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Bill Cunningham 6/9/20

Bill Cunningham

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Bill Cunningham 6/9/20

"Portions of the following program where prerecorded. Billy Cunningham, the great American big show planned for you today including Marge Schott, we thought when she had passed away in two thousand four, she was a friend of Mine I. Knew March shot. She was in my house. I was in hers. We were buddies. Spend time together. By the way I will clearly say that she was a colorful character who played by the rules of the Nineteen Thirties and forties and fifties, not by the current rules, but she never dropped the bomb in or. Or around me not one time, but I understand she did repeatedly, so that issue is arisen a man a woman should not be judged based upon a word or phrase, but her entire life, and now you season a terrible situation speaking being asked to remove her name from the stadium that she gave two million dollars to build the village and plus lots of other monies to Christ hospital. The boy scouts and Sharonville Centers Lake Kademi Zoo. She was a major benefactor of the JU. I'm sorry, zoo and and she was very warm and generous person and private especially when she wasn't drinking so. We're going to deal with that later on with Moega and more, but until then. Twelve thirty five today. We've scheduled Steve Leeper. He's the head of three CDC more than any other person. It's not a well known character in the Tri State. But when Charlie Lukin and others decided and the business community we can have the failure of ot are happening on one side of Central Park Way, and then on the other side all this economic development Steve, leeper was the founder. The CEO continues to be of three CDC that invest at one point. Five billion dollars in ot are, and so he's going to come up with us in about twenty minutes to talk about that. Then at two o'clock today. Mike Dewine the governor says he will be here to talk about. The latest openings in the state. Maybe doesn't want his name you, so I won't use it. All uses initials J. T., I just talked to a concert venue. Operate in Ohio who because the dewine shutdown orders has to reschedule and cancel big shows like trace Atkins etc possibly. They will go bankrupt later this year. What is going on with Governor Dewine in the shutdown, it goes on TV and lies about Ohio being open. It is not open and the voice of the common man. Get some answers. We need common sense. Thank you open up all of Ohio. That's from a person who? Uses initials J. T., and that's it and a very unhappy with the governor as I am to Mike Dewine is one of the best man that I know personally go husband, good father, good grandfather, probably by this point. Grandfather, great grandfather and Fran is among the best women. I know as far as a mother and caring and considerate, but Mike DeWine is wrong. The fact that I have affection for him as a person doesn't mean he's incapable of getting criticisms when he's done, he's done so many things that are wrong from policy perspective. And so when I'm reading here from J., T. is typical of what I hear all over, Ohio. I don't know how zips hamburgers. My favorite place in Mount Lookout Square zips love going there getting the Burgers have taken my son there my grandkids there for the last thirty forty years. I love zips and they can't open. Because, they can't six foot separation wedding senate cannot take place because you can't have a wedding unless the bride and the groom get together and dance have dancing on the floor. You got the ban whatever it is, you can't do weddings and so to say. Ohio's ninety five percent open is false. It's not a lie because Mike's not saying these things knowing that opposite to be true allies. When you stay, the fact you know is false. Mike believe in each to hear more from people like jt in elsewhere in. Butler county to talk about. We're not open Ohio. I would think somebody would ask me I think Ohio is about forty to fifty percent open. That's about it. So. We're going to deal with that later on governor comes up at two o'clock but. Let's you and I talked before Steve Leeper of three CDC. The the architect of ot are. Comes with you and I about twenty minutes. Over, the last couple of days, I've received telephone calls from some of the shakers and movers in town, legally and politically about what to do with four hundred protesters, and I'm not talking about those who threw rocks through windows I'm not talking about those who firebombed circumstances or sexually molested girls. I'm not talking about the murders that took place not are. I'm talking about only the protesters. And some of the politicians of great note asked me because I spent years in public defender's office. Until the last ten years or so I spent my life in the county municipal court, and also in Kenton County court, and I went to Butler county every now and then. Warren County Clermont County and even went to Indiana murder case at one point but nonetheless I kind of know. The INS and outs began in the oems and deputy building now the Hamilton County courthouse. What happens practically so this person says to me. What happens if the Public Defenders Office and private private attorneys one trials. On these on each of these individual protesters who violated the curfew, and that's it curfew violation, and that's what happens, so I walked through the process of the motions that would be filed to declare the actions of PD unconstitutional, and then if you go through the the the discovery process the row, Fourteen fifteen sixteen discovery process in which the city prosecutor's office has to provide Hamlin County public defender's office all the available evidence. And then you have motions to suppress the evidence that by the way this is done in each case four hundred. This is done four hundred separate cases, and if it gets to the trial phase after all the pre-trials and the motions, and this is on an four, which is the. Misdemeanor fourth degree at the bottom just above a parking ticket. You're doing all this to get to the point of having a trial. And I've sat in municipal courtrooms as a public defender for a long time waiting for my case to be called practically every day each judge down there, especially now that they re open, and and he got a backlog, if twenty to thirty proceedings mainly trials to happen every day, not counting the protesters, so if there's a misdemeanor committed north in Cali Chill Springfield Township and Madeira whatever it is. Those are signed him candidates for court judges, so they have all of the misdemeanors and all of Hamlin County with emotions and the pre-trials cost constitutional arguments, the discovery, the list of witnesses list of exhibits. That's in each case. I'll get to the bottom line right now. It is impossible for how many county municipal court to try three to four hundred separate trials for curfew violations. It's impossible. This system is not scaled to do it. We don't have the prosecutors. We don't have the judges. We don't have the clerks. We don't have the bailiffs. We don't have the personnel to handle an additional four hundred trials and the next few weeks simply won't happen. So Chris. Smitherman makes a lot of valid points. And so he now knows that we can have trials on those who violated curfews. Every bone in my body tells me as a law and order type person. That you're giving license to individuals in the future. The violate the curfew when you send out the message that there's no pain for violating the curfew. But in reality there is pain you're handcuffed. You're put on a bus. You're taking the intake center of the of the Hammer. County sheriff's department. You might sit there for hours waiting to be processed your printed your mugshot. You may not have access to the bathroom. You have a smoking. If you smoke, you can't smoke. There's punishments. Go on pleasure. Maybe your husband, your wife, your brother, your sister says what the hell are you doing so there's punishments imposed. So I. Want you to listen to what Chris Smitherman. said re it said this morning on city council. Matt Hit ME. I was arrested. The Cincinnati Herald covered it. What you're describing is not how I was treated. and. I'm not going to allow you all to treat these people this way. That's the message. So. We're not gonNA do nothing today. We're GONNA do something today. This administration will negotiate with this chair. We're not GONNA have you walking down to judges same anything and we're going to be clear that you've heard us by US passing something and this and the city solicitor's office being respectful. Of what this chair is saying. So, we're not walking away from the motion. We want you to hear us. And we want you to be respectful of all of those people that are pushing and fighting for institutional racism in America I'm one of those guys that need is on my neck I. Don't want it on my neck for my children. My Boys, my daughter. It's over. That is the message today. I didn't work as hard as I've worked in this world, the sacrifices that my mother and father have made in this world to sit here with real institutional power and do nothing. All right. So, the precursor of this, Is that it is impossible to try. Three to four hundred protesting slash curfew violation cases in Hamilton County that will not happen. And, so the deal is going to be offered to the protesters. and the curfew violators, not the real criminals. That you. We dismissed the case we you signed this piece of paper saying you cannot sue us. And I would anticipate not a good chunk of the protesters lash curfew. Violators will say yes. And I'm also confident. Some of the other ones say no go ahead. Try Me. It doesn't work. We cannot have a system in Hamilton county that all of a sudden as three to four hundred protest trials, each individually taking place one that occurs the city. Prosecutor's office will subpoena to court in each case. Numerous police officers who saw what went on. Who arrested the individual? Might be two or three other cops, and then have to also identify the person through sheriff personnel, and then this is on top of the fact that just to get to that point. You might spend five to twenty hours on motions in each case ahead of time. So when you hear someone like may the great American arguing for a deal deal? It's not only because it's. It's just. But it's also because. We not scaled to have the trials. Anyway, they will never happen. Imagine you're municipal court. Judge say you're judge Heather Russell in every day on your docket. You get there about eight fifteen eight thirty. And you have twenty to thirty cases on your docket every day. Not counting the curfew violators put them off to the side. You have numerous motions that have been filed have to be heard which are motions to dismiss motions to suppress evidence motions and lemony dilemma testimony in each case, so by eleven or twelve o'clock. You've got rid of your motion docket and you've got. You've also sentencing anywhere. From five to ten people in each five to ten persons, says a PDR Probation Department report prepared on that particular person. So the time eleven twelve rolls around. You're ready for the quote trials. Very few cases go to trial began county municipal court because they tried to be working out. We've got to work it out, but if you have a trial, generally the judge and everyone says well. It's noon. We gotTA lunch. I'll see you back here at one thirty. Come back at one thirty. Okay now you have your trials. You might have one two three trials a day, and you put six in the box and municipal court is six years then waiting around all for this one trial. This isn't counting the curfew. Violators split them out to the side. And then in each trial you know the opening statement of each party, and then put on their states. Put on their witnesses. You put on yours. A trial in municipal court unlike commonplace may take one to three hours each instead of one two three days each it's quicker, and it's easier and then the next day when when Heather Russell gets up. Guess what she got twenty to thirty more cases the next day. You have pre trial motions sentencings. Then you go to your trials at the end in each time, there's a trial with a police officer involved. They're given at least four hours of overtime, said they get off in their second. They get off the third shift at six. Am they get a cup of coffee? Go to court or if they're if they're working four to twelve, they mike home sleep. Go to court eight o'clock in the morning, and you sit there and sit there and sit there in uniform police officers go down there right now. Ham Accounting, courthouse on the first or second floor and watch dozens of police officers, sitting hallway, waiting for their case to be called with a cup of coffee. And so if three hundred protests. Curfew violators, and that's the only Krahn charged with curfew. Say Okay. We're going to trial. All the charges are going to be dismissed anyway. Because you only have ninety days to try someone on a misdemeanor, and if it's an M., four have the right to a jury trial, which will take even longer, it would cost the city literally millions of dollars to try these cases when the punishment is going to be less than a fine of two hundred and fifty dollars. Does that make any sense to you? Either you dismiss the charges now with an agreement not to sue for wrongful arrest. Or dismiss the charges later because the system is scaled is such. They'd have to bring an extra judges. Extra Bailiffs, extra jerseys, and the system collapses especially when it's been shut down for two months anyway. The judges I speak with are waiting for the Nami of cases that are coming their way, and they don't have time to try curfew violators. And test constitutionality of that and wait for all the millions of documents gotta go back and forth in each case, the system isn't scaled to do it, so you dismiss the case now or you dismissed the case later, but any fair measurement indicates. The case will be dismissed all of them. That's why this hard ask. Law and order type conservative, saying practicalities enter your head, and you would like to think there's there's punishment for the behavior conducted of the curfew violation, but in reality the system isn't scaled to administer justice. Want to get your reaction to that five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand. Coming up in about ten minutes, if Steve Leeper later on egger about marge, Schott after two o'clock is your friend and mine Mike Dewine. WHO's a good man right now? Doing wrong things on newsradio seven hundred WWL W. Cunningham about seventeen years ago after the riots of April one Charlie Luke in another set enough is enough, we must redevelop the city core. South North Central Parkway. And Steve Leeper of three CDC was born Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation three CDC with Steve leeper involved in since then the reporting has been there's been about one point five billion dollars of investment and the city core, not since then Steve Leeper welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and Steve. How are you? I'm very good, thank you. How about yourself keeping a low profile? That's all I do Steve. Profile. That's what I do. Man Now for those who may not be fully wear. Can you give me the synopsis of what happened in two, zero, three or four? That gave birth to three CDC Lucan may have been the father and Roxanne qualls may have been the mother, but you were the child created. Explain it. Well I guess it was at the time The city was a little concerned about the blatant disinvestment of scoring on and over the Rhine, and and the more subtle disinvestment that was going on downtown as corporations sort of making their decisions about. Or, they're going to expand their where they're going to maintain their headquarters downtown, so then Mayor Charlie Lukens. Working with George Schaefer at the time, the at CEO of fifth third. Bank Decided that they thought one of the recommendations came out that they should form this. Cooperation? Nonprofit Development Corporation founded by the corporations and that they would do so only if they could get proctor and gamble to to lead the charge and Energy Lafley at the time was chairman CEO. Of Energy, and and AG took on Tacona Challenge and and It was able to get the other corporations to come along, and I was in Pittsburgh and. In late, two, thousand, three, hundred, two, thousand, four, when I got the credit for the job, and then the rest I. Say they say is history. One might say the Cincinnati has been the model. No one could believe what happened. Ot are the last fifteen or sixteen years. In fact, it's impossible. I can recall walking with Charlie up and down vine. Street and I said You WanNa do what that building is. Ten Bucks that building four dollars take that building. No one thought it was possible and I were intil recently. I go down there quite often Salazar's eagled. Walk Around Washington Park? Every time I go down. It's amazed to watch what happened. Do you fear that what happened? The last two or three weeks will be the death knell of ot are. Well, it's not the last two weeks It's what's happened last two and a half months three months you know with. Shut down in early March, that was the first step that that made us begin to concern ourselves with the future and. And I. I'm confident very confident that it will Come back to to the state of vibrancy that we saw at the end of last year. It's just GONNA be a slow process, and you know what we need to do is nurture businesses. They are the heart and soul. Of downtown over the Rhine, are these businesses small businesses, and and the case of over the Rhine. You know there's really no Chain. Restaurants in a couple of just two little small chain retailers that are national chains, but everything else is local. And we a nurture them with taking a lot of different steps to do so thanks to our bank in town here immediately in March of this year, secondly CA Marcia. We contacted all of our Banke investors, and they restructured our debt, and they allowed us to pass on the savings to our to our retailers are seventy eight retailers, and we're able to provide them about nine hundred thousand dollars of rent relief for ninety days. The Texas June. then we embarked again with our corporations and individuals in philanthropic. Community We embarked upon a gift card program, and we read a race between down the Rhine about seven hundred fifty thousand dollars gift cards. And then with the mayor and the city manager. And members council, we were able to embark upon them. You know outdoor seating program. That it's continuing to grow. They're going to have some more this weekend where we're going to be able to establish more stages for outdoor service. So all these things together. in my mind are going to let us get back to to normalcy here in the near future. It's just gonNA. Put some time and you know. We had a setback in the last week, but I think things are I think. Cooler heads prevailed and and people were doing the right thing and and. And I think we had the peaceful demonstrations acts and. we are going to get back to a situation where people are going to feel good about coming downtown and it back to Black Steve Lee pretend that happen when they're six foot separations I. Don't think I've been in any restaurant or not. Are that had six foot separations? Part of the part of the interest in part of the experience is being in an urban environment, walking up and down beautiful, looking buildings with committed business owners, and you're somewhat sitting close to each other and right now. The governor said you can't even order at a bar and Stan. You gotta sit down somewhere. Those rules have got to change correct. Well. I think it will do time. I think experiment out. You are you are absolutely on the money with new stations that we built in over the Rhine are very small spaces I mean they're two or three thousand square feet or less. And the term of them had been the intimacy over time, and that intimacy now which was once. The Great. character of it it's it's now account. Is really important, and but I was in for instance case of Belgium today and they had separation. Stay had Between the tables, they had separation. They still had a sense of intimacy. I just don't think you're gonNA see a bunch of people standing up in palm pilot around the bar I I think that's going to come and do time. but it's just not happening now. As far as the looting. How serious was the looting? The breaking the wind is is one thing that looting is another of the seventy eight businesses. You're involved in a not are in downtown. How bad was the looting? That early warning on Saturday, it could have been a lot worse. only a couple businesses less than a dozen that actually had damage in over the Rhine about dot megabit more, but the actual looting there were very few establishments in over the Rhine that had a problem of looting. There was some of that in downtown. You know obviously sacks got hit. Hit and a few other places, but compared to other cities and other areas that we heard of We were very fortunate and you know again. You don't hear about that. Saturday morning. The sense of community in the sense of people coming out and helping was incredible of all. You know socioeconomic racial backgrounds. It was a powerful thing. See everybody come together. To work on putting things. Back in order, and it did so in a relatively short period of time then that day he walked through there Saturday people out there having breakfast. Let me. Give an example. I, was there. Sunday may the thirty first and I went there with a friend of mine, and I wanted to walk through Ot our this. This was the Sunday afternoon after Friday and Saturday. And Been in the Public Defenders Office. Most of my clients have been the type of individuals breaking into those businesses to be honored, so I'm not intimidated all I go right there. And I was on the air with sterling at our station on that afternoon I, gave a glowing report of what I saw, which was an absolutely true. What I saw was people eating outside on the street that there were boarded up when no some boarded-up peremptorily otherwise because of the crashing the wind up, but I said it was somewhat normal what I saw and I. Text. I got this text for one of my compatriots here. Who wants to go nameless? He said to me when I got off the air. He stepped me this text. It's dated one thousand nine hundred. PM Sunday may thirty first I got off the air about one one fifteen. He said with all due respect to you. How do you expect him any credibility? When you paint the picture of a calm scene at noon on a Sunday when you're not out with Jake rile of channel, nine or mark slaughter channel five in media last night at midnight. Honestly, it is embarrassing. And, so there's an effort by some including people that work here to paint the most dire picture imaginable for tr. You respond to that. You were right, okay now. I I it will be. I will not name who I saw there. But that Saturday morning in which the at about eight o'clock, and then for several segments throughout that the next couple of hours here is a television station with reporter who was sitting in front of those places that got looted east, only standing there. Only standing there and reporting from that location multiple times in the morning. After the about the fourth time I saw him do it. We're not. Hit grutter. Go Up to sacred beast. Yeah, we're not good for lunch. I said. I saw it. I was there. I'm sitting there. In front of Salazar's, and I was taken to task by one of my compatriots here, because I related experience different than what the media, and said the night before the media has an agenda and I wanted to go there and see it and I felt as warm and safe as I could be the night after the riots. I it. You know it's okay and I was criticized. I called I'm embarrassing about that. With the band rack it was a bad rap and let me say another thing. A lot of business decided. To. Close up out of respect Mr Ford. And so they wanted to give it some time and let this thing. Let the like the peaceful protests occur over the next couple of days, which is exactly what happened and to and to put some signing job that respected the movement and to respect Mr Floyd. They did that. And people are trying to do the right thing, and we're working hard the neighborhood back with your your depiction of what that neighborhood look like the next day. It's absolutely accurate. Out of your Cumbria, have you overcome? The media buys and. I Want WanNa, be there because I I love Cincinnati and of Cincinnati. Look like it did in April of Oh one. We can't I. Don't want it to be Detroit I lived in Toledo for seven years when I went to law school there and I saw Toledo. Go right down the drain and when He. lost. No I practice four years. I've practiced law wish Norfolk's north for three years. But nonetheless I once since Nice core I don't WanNa look like a donut, well the whole in the middle and the ring around which you gotTa. Detroit Toledo many other cities, but there's there's a thought by many who live in the suburbs. Don't report accurately good things about downtown because it's embarrassing. Wow, a couple of things one is you all the corporations. It still have their headquarters there you go cal. The croakers are the world of Western, southern's of the world, the fifth ferrets procter and gamble's. You. Know I I you go ahead down the list of corporate leaders that still a treasure and invest in this court, and they do this in the city like no other, so that's the first and second thing is. We had a very cooperative relationship with the city, and they have. They have been particularly through this sort of circumstances. They have really done the right thing and the leadership. I mean we can always get on our elected officials and they've done the right thing here. They've supported each other. They aren't. They aren't combative. Doing this point in time where you've seen in many other cities where that. That is the case they are supporting both sides of this. They're supporting the movement. They're supporting the people demonstrations, but they're also supporting the police chief and others trying to trying to do the right thing. It's very tense and very troubling set of circumstances so and the city manager and his team have been incredible and that day next day, not only were the police, but also the public services and the police sitting there helping the up making sure they could do everything to support us so I'm seeing the best side of the city right now and in between there the covert and And other challenges, we're having right now I have nothing but an optimistic view future and I'm glad you do as well because. Like you need to have that kind of viewpoint, I love going to cancel country club. I love playing. Camargo Country. Club I love walking. Not are I love walking around Schmil Park I love going to Independence Kentucky I love walking around Covington. I'll have lunch in newport I want to go to Lawrenceburg I want to spend time willies and Lawrenceburg Hidden Valley. If you'RE GONNA, love this region. Then you love Hidden Valley. You love independence. You Love Comington in Newport. I love going to have breakfast Richard. K Jones and Butler county at. At Heights I like going there and having breakfast is having a full experience everyone in the tri state, not just the members of the Kenwood Country Club I like going. Ot are sitting out in front of Salazar's. That's what I like doing and for those that don't understand that I think it is their problem, not mine and we can have a doughnut in the middle of the tri-state with a black hole there and no one wants to go there because you're scared to death, because I was there in the late nineteen ninety. One with Logan Walking up fine street along with Damon Lynch and say look at this. Look like Beirut thinking my God. And because people like you enjoyed Schaefer and proctor and gamble and macy's at the time in Sentas and the other bankers at changed, and let's go back to the days of twenty years ago. One of my compatriots says it's embarrassing to say good things about Iot are. I agree you more and. You will be shocked at how well we ounce back and how soon we bounce back! It's just we need to do it slowly, and we need to do it smartly, and we need to. You know. Try to respect the professionals it that are studying this whole virus and I think we're doing the best of both for being. We're being smart and proven, but we're getting back out there and we just opened the Park Ziglar the poet park where we're training next week to open the summer camp for kids park or you know sixty some kids. From the neighborhood doing summer camp for six to eight weeks. WE'RE OPENING UP. We got to move on and but we gotta move. On smartly. How, many ohioans between the age of six and twenty five have died Cova nineteen. Not knew that number. Zero. Did. You know the world. Zero you know the World Health Organization yesterday said. There's no evidence of ace symptomatic. Transfer to to a non infected person that the idea, you could get the covid nineteen eight symptomatically is not true that somehow somehow we have a circumstance where there's no one in Ohio between ages six and thirty, actually who've died covert nineteen eighty symptomatic infection is not happening, according to world, Health Organization and we're acting as if a dam pandemic one. We're not. You might tell those in charge. The look that up the height apartment, a health zero. We have all these school programs canceled. They can't play Spring Baseball. You can't go swimming and the answer is zero. ohioans have died between the ages of six and twenty five and. We are getting back to that willy we are. We are swimming. We are good. Back to life. Again there. If you want to be fired up. Give me a call enough. Fire Yup okay. Never. Let the critics and the naysayers obscure your eyes to all the good things happening in our community and spend time not are to spend time with Smell Park to walk through Fountain Square to spend time down the new Marriott John Barrett put together is incredible and without you. It wouldn't have happened Steve. Leeper. We gotta go three CDC. Thank you for coming on the bill. Cunningham show, thank you, and if you WANNA, be fired up about Cincinnati. Give me a call perfect music. Steve Lever Thank you? Let's continue with more. Blind becomes available, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand and the person who sent me that text from this station. Better Hope I. Don't disclose his name. On newsradio seven hundred w automobile. Our fallen. Knock. One! At the door bow. spoke. So leave this little. She could tell. That I was bad. Really putting number great American with us, now is Mojo about seven to ten days ago. We talked about Jim I. Talked about June as as baseball. and. The contract has got to be the first week in June. That's what the expert said. It got to be the first week in June well the first week of June as kind of almost come and gone. We're sitting on June the ninth and now a new proposals been made and I keep saying the home. Reds baseball in July. Will Happen. I think they're gonNA play baseball this year I think they're going to play baseball under a cloud of massive distrust and acrimony between players and owners and I don't think I think any chance. We had of the season starting on around July. Fourth has come and gone. That's not going to happen. We were hoping that spring training would literally be starting restarting today. If you remember our conversation week and a half ago was get it done. Then he got to get everybody into one place slowly, but surely you could start spring training on around July ninth or June ninth. That's obviously not happening, which means July fourth weekend is not going to happen. I, think this this feels to me like we are headed down a path of the owners implementing a forty eight to fifty game season, and the players, either saying no, which would effectively constitute a strike, or they play the season out, and then they go back to the negotiating table virtually otherwise this coming off season. There's still gotta get a CBA done for twenty, twenty, two and whatever? Whatever differences have sprouted up over the last couple of weeks, and whatever differences sprout up between now and the end of whenever the baseball season concludes are really going to come to ahead either this winter, or before the next CBA is up or before the currency is up at the end of twenty twenty one, so Tony Bennett says to me. Will there be reds baseball July Yay or nay I I need a yes or no not equivocations I'm going to guess. What am I going to be? July, fourth up. I. It's weird the way they've talked about this. Maybe a forty eight game season playing out would involve a ton of days, and perhaps that's being done as a means of limiting roster size. However. They signed a deal in March. There'll be played. Proportionality based on the number of games played, which might have been a mistake for the players because everyone assumed at that point is going to be like an eighty to ninety eight hundred games scheduled assume there'd be fans in the stand that'd be fans, and now there's none of that, so the owners are losing significant income to the range of six hundred and fifty thousand dollars, a game or something. Many of the owners believe they'll. They'll lose less money without playing. Playing with the PR would be such a disaster torpedo below the waterline. It would be really bad like ninety four, ninety five, when the reds could not sell out Riverfront Stadium in playoff games against Atlanta and Los Angeles so it's really bad of course has been twenty five years ago. Believe it or not, but nonetheless that now it's come down to okay. We're GONNA play seventy five percent proportionality of half the money you get seventy five percent of. Of that, but then it might go down if we don't have enough playoff games, and if we don't have the reds coming in the fans coming in on what I'm looking at this, and I said just tell me who cares yes, or no, who can't play or not playing at the end of the day. Who Cares I want him to play? When I are on the same side, we want based on this. We have I think a philosophical disagreement as to how we think. Think that should happen, but at the end of the day we want baseball, the comparison between ninety four ninety five to me, is this. There was anger then you know. I mean I remember. You won't like me saying this I remember vividly listening to you in high school, and there was anger in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four about the prospect of not having baseball about not having a world series about the reds, being robbed of a chance to win their division good team. was first one series was first place by game on August twelfth night before they come back in ninety five, and there's apathy. There was anger. If you mentioned that people now the prospect of there, not being baseball I don't get anger I get okay, if your major. League baseball that should tell you something. That's a problem. Anger is an essential much better emotion than apple, correct and so. When, I ask people well, yes, or no. We got other things to worry about. We got covert nineteen. We're losing jobs. The only thing good happenings, the stock market on no, you're a big time. Trader is an all time highs. That's all good stuff. There's a poll on like a cloud over the land when I go out in the highways and the byways to. Go to northern Dougie. There's a sense that things aren't good, and so when you say you're not gonNA play reds baseball. A lot of people say okay. It's not like we're anticipated. And this was the team built up since two thousand twelve to be our best team in the last eight or nine years, and now they don't get a chance to play at all. From from a reds fan, standpoint, specifically, you endured four consecutive seasons where they lose ninety plus Games six consecutive seasons where they have losing record, and this was this was the year where we thought this was the payoff to all the pain of twenty four teams or two thousand came. Oh, now we're healthy and we're healthy. We have a good team. The most accomplished pitching staff in club history very good offense. They spent some money you could make made a case. They should have been an perhaps still should be considered front runners in their division, and now for the prospect of not having the season I think is an even bigger punch than it wasn't. Me I'm ready to run, and now they're racing canceled. I've gone through. The ACL. I got doubles going through all the pain. The stretching every morning six o'clock I'm working I'm ready to go. Yeah, bender tells me guess what Willie. There's no race. Yes, what do you mean and then it's going to be interesting to me not just from a red standpoint, but from a smaller market club standpoint, what does not having a season to economically to you know we always talk about the economy in big picture terms, Kroger Walmart. They're going to be okay. It's the MOM and pop shoe. Worry about well in baseball terms, the reds and pirates, royals or mom and POPs and the Yankees, cubs and dodgers. Are you know big corporations? How does this what we're dealing with? Right now? Widened the Gulf between the two clubs between the two sets of clubs, haves and have nots. What does this mean for what the reds will be able to do financially? They just bit off a pretty big. Piece of of of of change not just for this year might move. Stock is four year deal. Nick Castellanos four-year deal sunny graves, going in two years two and three of what was his of what's his current contract Joey votto still making twenty five Mil. Are you Halio Suarez is still highly paid. So you missed the window in which you could have won this year and then next season, you're going to be stuck with some pretty high price contracts and some guys. We're GONNA. Hit arbitration that you're going to have to figure out a way to pay, and you're going to do it after a year where you may no money I. Ask you A. Question please by more Broccoli okay good. Normally, you keep politics out of sports. sports is the funny page of life. You go in there to forget. The wife forgot about your husband. Forget about your bills for about your kids failing grades. If forgot about the issues in your life, your mom's not feeling well. Your GRANDPA's and nursing home tubes down his throat, and he can't see his loved ones. Bad things happening kind of Nice the okay now. We have at least in the NFL and because Joey. vodkas missive. He sent the other day. There may be efforts when baseball starts to be kneeling all over the field to start innings, seven innings stretch all kinds of things and I'm with the idea. The George Floyd's murderer needs to be dealt with harshly. No question Dobbin got difficult. However, there's other people especially people think like Tony Bender and say get over it. He was a career criminal. He was on heroin derivatives. Derivatives, he was on Meth. He should cooperate it more. Some people see things not as you and I see him, correct and those reds baseball fans like anything else. Maybe it's thirty thirty thirty percent ten percent of the out large. You know that so what happens in the National Football League one? The Ben Galleys and others begin with the Star spangled banner on their knees the booze rain down and normally. You don't want to get involved politics because divided among many different. Many different stakeholders, and they don't want to go to a football game and the black lives matter protest breaks out. They want to get away from that, and so then therefore fans don't have the same feeling about the about the stripes as otherwise they might have the same feeling about the reg of Jerry vodkas onto knees at first base, during the Star spangled banner. These are not good times, so is it is for baseball, which is probably the more conservative of the major sports. Maybe hockey is, but I'm not so sure. Not to be involved in politics, and to play it straight, and when players want to demonstrate on the field, a political position that some in the stands don't hold well. There'll be a fallout. That's the question. Well first of all. There's going to be nobody in the stands. So. Late eighty dollars. But not not not listening. We want people to listen. Not Go to the game and it's okay with me. If one hundred percent of all reds fans listen right here. That's okay, but the point is. There's GonNa be a group of fans that don't want to be part of a protest. Okay fine, if you went to an NFL game in two thousand, sixteen seventeen, which was at the height of national anthem protests was your experience at the game undermined by Colin Kaepernick or read or the players? Of course I didn't go to the game now. I first of all I want to every bengals game I don't recall bengals player protesting in terms of your enjoyment of the NFL. If you're if you're there to watch the game on television in the NFL, they rarely show the anthem anyway in baseball. They rarely show the anthem certainly not in the regular season, so a lot of these protests are going to. To be unseen in real time, but there be video documented, and then it'll be later on played in the news. Okay people and on this particular case unlike Michael. Brown trying to kill you know officer Darren Wilson was trying to kill that officer. That's one, but then you got the floyd browns. You got macron McDonald's completely different categories. They were killed and executed by the police, and I can say yes. But it's not necessarily about that. It's about the black lives matter agenda which I don't agree with all those points. So why have politics in sports at all? When I to get away, be the people who are in sports have an opinion as well just like you do just like your caller. Do just like you do on twitter. Just like people on facebook and they're going to use their platform to express their opinion. You don't have to agree with it. You don't have to necessarily agree with the methodology I I rarely bothered by. I'm bothered by actions. I brought this up in two thousand seventeen. When the idea was floated that maybe the Bengals should get Colin Kaepernick now from a quarterback standpoint, there was a clear argument for and against that he is a marginal NFL starter, or at least he wasn't two thousand seventeen, but it had people telling me they would not go to a bengals game if the Bengals Sign Colin Kaepernick and I said well, they just drafted a guy who punched a girl in College Joe. Joe Mixon who by the way has since then done everything you could ask as a modern medicine. He's been a great teammate a very good player by all accounts. He's behaved off the field and I. My take on. That was I'm more bothered by actions than gestures. Gestures might provoke gestures might make me think gesture is may offend my sensibilities, but they don't harm anybody Marge Schott. We have people in this sport across all sports we except when they act and physically hurt people. If we are going to be dismissive of that. Why would I be dismissive of somebody who simply is? For lack of a better word guilty of gesture which brings me to your friend? March shot She, said a whole bunch of nasty things about Jews and African Americans her actions were completely different than her words. Because who are lawyers were cal Levy Eric Davis whatever it was very Larkin. She treated black employees. I'm told several of whom I knew with the greatest respect and admiration. She's treated Jewish-americans as well as you could, but she said. Said things that were completely wrong. and she was told they were wrong when she was saying those things. Now you see your school wants to take March shots name off Marge Schott Baseball Stadium that she donated to current and former student athletes to the university has not said anything coming that way. If it's going to happen, it's going to happen, it's. Right now I've seen this origins name is going to be off that ballpark before we have major league baseball. Anthony Ending of this movie I've seen it before I love the godfather movies I know how the end but I still watch marge Schott because of things. She said not things that she did. She enjoyed giving away money that she gave to every person of every description and now Mickan, and who owned slaves. Isn't the same categories. Marge Schott, who did numerous humanitarian and charitable things on autographs Ad Nauseam to everybody kind, but her language was terrible in private. Now applying your rule sounds like no big deal. Well I think there is a I think there's a major difference between discriminatory language and somebody kneeling for a song. The song is the national song as the National Anthem Erica finding. It's it's a wonderful song, but I think there's a major difference between discriminatory language dropping the end bomb, referring to people who wear earrings as fruits and sympathizing with Adolf Hitler then. There's a major difference between that and the gesture of kneeling for the national and I. Tell You something at the end of the day. Day, there's going to be more people that the further we get removed from March shots life, which did include a lot of really great things, the more and more that name is GonNa. Stand for and jump out for things that I don't think the University of Cincinnati wants to be associated with cheese tagged in a way that you cannot rehabilitate correct no matter what it is. There's a reason why Major League baseball basically squeezed her out after she had been suspended a few years prior. She told me he should I do that interview with that Rick Rally Guy. I said March. He's not there to puff piece all bill. He's going to be fine. He's off. I think he's GonNa. Come here to chop and dice you. Oh, no. No, and he did he did, but there was material she did that. Call us out to occur in my presence. Smoke never said the N. word. Okay and others people's presence. Maybe yours. She often did the only time I ever met Marge Schott. The only word that came out of her mouth was hi Mike because I gave her a phone to talk to Mike McConnell on the air and she was to hammered to. Say anything beyond that whether you agree with or. She is associated with things that I. If. You're a baseball player at UC. If you're an athlete at Ucla could certainly understand you questioning. Why is that woman's name on top of our stadium? And then it comes down to me to a pure financial decision at some point. If you're you see and you're likely dealing with a massive need for athletic funds. How many people say we're not donating? I'm not having my kid played baseball. We're not giving to the athletic department. We're not giving to the baseball program. As long as March, shots name is on. On the stadium is that? Does that dollar figure out way whatever you would have to give back to the Marge Schott Foundation? Do they give back to mill? That's a good question. I would ask why they took it to begin with because it was free money margin the time nobody in the bottle nobody in all the different layers that you have to go through to get a name on something that you see and I'm somewhat familiar with this granted. It's different people. It's different president. Different athletic director was. People. Two thousand six would have been Mike Thomas, which is when the gift was made two years after March past I would be interested in finding out. Did anybody raise their hand and go look? This is going to be problematic. In ten years black lives matter were in trouble. Well I mean not even in fifteen years, but at some point, this is going to be problematic. Problematic someone's GonNa. Look at that and go. Oh, wait a minute, the million and bomb lady she's. She's her name's on on the Baseball Stadium. That never came up. I gotta be honest with you. I, said this on my show yesterday. I'm a little surprised. It's taken fifteen or the Washington monument be taken down in Washington because George own slaves. Where does it stop? Somebody who's going to ask that question and I just to do something about how about the name of the capital city of this country? We very few people celebrate Columbus Day anymore. Indigenous people, and so you think Washington is going to be called what? I don't know Al Sharpton. City. That would be a question that somebody more qualified than me would have read of Jefferson get rid of all. I can tell you is that. Stadium or Sandy Kevin Field at some point. We can. We can make a bet what's going to happen i. a pitch pitches thrown in a regular season. Major League. With fans. Okay with fans, or that March shots name is taken off that stadium. That's going to happen. And they got rid of the MC name. You never knew McMechan I would assume yes. He owns some slaves. If somebody gave Willy didn't set him free in the name McMechan donated the land. Do you give back the land and you see back to the MC MC and family if he can find him. Don't know steps up and says we are plot of land. For. Students WHO WANNA back. And, we want to Marge Schott. Sudafed is what's going to happen I mart shots name off the Baseball Stadium in Houston or a pitch thrown in my ballpark fans because. I'm GonNa March. And you talking about, we had fun together. We had fun together you and March, yes, yeah, I remember when when she passed I was producing your show, and it was really good show, but if you remember Bob trumpy was on right before you filling in for Mike and for three hours, he verbally assassinated earth. Sean Wilson the founder. Show I mean. He went to work on it. You didn't like her, and then you come on. To repair the legacy of. defen- which he said two entirely. Different shows, it was great, lastly, motors big march shot for the boy scouts and Sharon Valdemar shot whatever the hell it is. Big Building donated all that to the boy. Scouts give up their building to from Rg. No look I don't think you have to give up the building I think you had. At some point when when someone points to her name and ask questions. WHO WAS MARGE SHOT? Oh! What's what are you gonNA say. Complicated it is complicated, but is whoever's asking that question. How are they going to feel about the answer? When you get two million dollar and bomb? Only fruits wear earrings and Hitler started off good. Don't Cunningham seven hundred W Twenty minutes is. My good friend in years Governor Mike DeWine. I'm sure. John Houston and Dr Amy acton about the recent changes it I'm going on. More announcements will be made pierces of kings island will open on or about July. The second for those who have season passes only special guest of type. You have to wear a mask. I can't imagine what it's like to be. Kings Island in the pavement sometime in the middle of July when it's eighty nine degrees with humidity about seventy five. Five percent wearing a mask especially when the World Health Organization, now says there's no proof of a symptomatic transmission to another, which was the reason data masking in the first place. Check out my twitter account at Willie W I L L, I e seven hundred wliw story out that the UN their experts from the W. H. O. testified on Monday afternoon that they've not been able to prove any as symptomatic transfer of the virus, which means no reason to wear a mask. I also told by individuals like bill sites and others, House majority leader that no ohioans been killed between the ages of six and twenty six with covert nineteen, even though all the schools have stopped, stopped the middle of March and now the debates whether to reopen to what extent when the student population is not at risk, and if there's not a symptomatic transmission to a person like a College Professor Xavier Ucf Ku then there's no reason not to have college or high school correct most, even if you're a high school teacher and your fifties and sixties. If there's no ASEP. Dramatic transfer. And those who sick can transfer the Vars, but they're sick with a fever that means keep out of school those that are sick with a fever. Since the World Health Organization says no a symptomatic transfer, no reason where a mass let's get back to work. And what's happened? Is that in March? I'm talking about March. Shot in a moment. We gotta talk about Margie because I knew her so well and practically every night when I go on my two mile walk under the orders of Doctor Dean Carry Cariocas, I walk right through the middle of her state looked to my right. See that old house and I have fond memories of Marge Schott friend of mine sent. Sent me a Texan said. She was the Archie Bunker of Cincinnati beloved character who used foul language who would never hurt anyone, black, yellow, Brown, red wider, otherwise, it was not in her character to hurt anyone, but nonetheless regress a little bit, and so if we BESA policy, the middle of March the first state in the union to shut down. Schools was Ohio Mike Dewine under the leadership of Dr Amy Acton. And, it was done because these kids were all going to get sick and die, but also pass onto teachers, athletic directors and coaches. All these terrible things ever got all die now here. We are three months later. In the general population in Ohio. The death rate is seven per one hundred thousand I said seven persons per one hundred thousand now if you're one of the seven, that's not good. It's possible. I'm in the category of those who might be affected so I'm a little more careful than you might be, but nonetheless if there's no a symptomatic transfer. Which is the World Health? Organization says we don't find any evidence of it. And therefore those that are sick can transfer because of the mainly the fever. And we can keep those individuals out of facilities through screening of temperatures. There's no reason not to fully open and is J.. T. My friend from Butler. County sent me a text thing. All these concert venues are drying up and blowing away because the government will not allow people to get together. Why not? Why? There should be temperature screening, and if you want to require a mask, wear a mask although the World Health Organization says, transmission is very rare. They've said before not to wear a mask. Then they said to wear masks then they said not to wear masks. Then they said to wear masks, but if there's no asymmetric transfer, say now don't wear a mask I. Don't know whether to do it or not I'm confused Oh. Hell's breaking loose. So why not have a opening up of our society? By, Kentucky Ohio and Indiana and Governor of Kentucky Andy Bashir wants to provide one hundred percent of health coverage only for Black Americans. What are we talking about Democrats? Have always acted in a racially motivated fashion. Democrats who were the Ku Klux Klan and the confederacy and Jim Crow and the lynchings. Those are all Democrats Shaun. King. Shaun King One the leaders of black lives matter said all this police brutality takes place. And cities run by Liberal Democrats especially Black Liberal Democrats the mayor, the chief of police or the city manager. It's almost always true. And so that's why I have coming up in about an hour. Jesse, Lee Peterson from Los. Angeles who joins the parade of individuals who say if you're African. American, look at what the Democratic Party has done to you starting in about eighteen twenty. That's the democratic, party. That's what they've done to you and slavery. Jim Crow separation of the races. Now running the city's the worst place to live. If you're black, is in the city controlled by Liberal Democrats. And the police brutality happens almost always in cities, controlled by liberals, black and White Liberal Democrats. Transpires and so, why can't the governor saying about fifteen minutes look? We have clear and convincing evidence that the general population now on June June ninth. We now know the general population is not at risk of catching covert nineteen. So what we're GONNA do is have more temperature screening. You're not responsible enough to stay home. Most people with a fever is GonNa stay home anyway, but if you're not take temperature checks if you wanted to demand. That's fine, but in reality rely upon the Science and the Science now tells us. The general population is not at risk of catching covid nineteen. They have been addressed, but we did not know that in March when the governor of Ohio and other did what they had to do, they had to do it because the fear what was going on? And I get that completely, they were told one thing and things turn out to be absolutely the other way. No question I think it is now safe to say that the entire covert nineteen. Our scare was nothing more or less than a massive fraud. Perpetrated upon the American people by so-called experts experts who would determine the fundamentally changed the way the country lives organized and governed. The and it worked scare the crap out of people. And now it's time to say the World Health Organization said yesterday. There's no evidence. Of a symptomatic transfer, and that the virus itself does not remain on surfaces for hours, weeks, days, years, and forever the stay at home. Orders emptied out the hospitals and killed droves of people who were terrorized to seek treatment for heart, attacks and strokes and cancer. Those are the real victims of this thing. We were told a symptomatic carriers were highly contagious. Therefore we ought to wear a mask and stay away. It'd be home incarcerated now. After three months. Research, there is a symptomatic transfer is very very rare and actual. Doctors told people who survive the virus or still able to transfer it to others. There's no evidence of that either. This is a typical serious corona virus much like SARS and others that can be managed and can be handled, and if you catch it if you're older with two or three Co, morbidity is you're in trouble. But if you're not, you're not in trouble at all and I had on Dave Young. Warren County Commissioner. Who talked about the death rate of those under the age of forty five in New York City was zero point zero zero two percent. That's a New York City in the belly of the beast. It makes no sense so at some point. We gotta talk about Margie who is great of affection for there's a UC bearcat pitcher and I fully understand this named Nathan Moore who called for Change Bureau seaside. UC is honoring an individual who is openly racist. She was. Racist by using foul language, but I defy anyone to come up with specific racial acts that she committed Kevin Youkilis. The former reds player of Jewish descent endorsed more and social media. And he went on to say I simply cannot understand. Why are Great University would not address the removal of this hurtful and offensive commemoration of racism. It was not a commemoration of racism. The athletic director John Cunningham unrelated to me so the school would look into it. But in the minds of a twenty two year old pitcher for UC he says the name Marge Schott Stadium. On the baseball field quote is hurtful and offensive. COMMEMORATION OF RACISM UNQUOTE which is not the case. For those of us knew her personally, she was engaging and fun to being around a little bit salty, little bit crusty, but she always had a good word to say about many. She had Jewish lawyer. She had many African American employees. She never use the n word around me, not one time not once. But I'm told she did it repeatedly. And I cannot disagree with that. She most likely did and what you drank. She could be a bad drunk. and. While I remember her for her benefactor, she was the head benefactor of Saint Ursula line the zoo. The Boy Scouts and you see solicited her to make a donation. And so they took the two million dollars now guess what you have, the two million dollars back, and for those of Saint Earth's line that want to change something there. Give the money back and for those the zoo that have the march shot name all over the zoo. Give the money back. The answer is they don't WanNa give the money back, and they're not commemorating racism there. Commemorating a philanthropist and one of the few minority may I say female owners in baseball I think the other one. Was Gene Autry s wife in California with the angels. And the baseball wanted her out because she didn't fit the image of the twenty first century, and I understand that, but don't take the money knowing Marge Schott as you see, did and now say we're got to give the money back when give back the money and. I have no respect for like the mcnichols of this world that owned slaves. If we could find the sleigh traders, and the slave owners hanging high so high their feet. Don't touch the ground. I have no problem with that because there are vicious cruel people. On the other hand Marge Schott was a person who greatly benefited our community, and so to have you see, take the money knowing everything about her two years after her death, and then to say well. We're going to change the name, but keep the money. And so, let's continue with more. We scheduled. Your friend and Mine Mike Dewine in about ten minutes or so at your home of the reds. We hope in July newsradio seven hundred wwl demille. Billy Cunningham. The Great America one of the leaders in the civil rights movement is the honorable. Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson in Los Angeles I want to check in with the Reverend Jesse. What's happening on the left coast and Reverend Jesse Lee? Peterson my friend welcome again to the Bill Cunningham, show and Reverend Houria. As well how you doing? I'm doing well in Ohio, can you give us some idea because? The picture we get Los Angeles with all the tax increases with all the defunding of the police, two hundred and fifty million dollars with the homeless crisis. If you're if you're living in Los Angeles, what do you deal with every day? Budge Oh crap is evil. What has happened to Los Angeles Bill I remember when I moved here in nineteen, sixty eight, it was beautiful opportunities everywhere businesses. I mean it was just amazing twenty twenty. is a ghost town. Homeless people everywhere. Benders is a shutdown taxes. Illegal aliens all over the place it is my law what the Democrats have done to California and especially in Los Angeles I hope one day to the people would rise up and say no more vote out the Democrats and bringing in people that going to work for them, instead of against them the vendors. This is a God I don't understand why the Democrat would want to run a business off because they need the money in order to feed the homeless people and illegal aliens that are coming in, it's crazy. What's happening in a reverend? I seldom agree with black lives. Matter in fact I think this is the only time one of the spokesman for. Black lives, matters and activist named Sean King about four or five days ago. He put up a tweet. The said the following quote Democrats from top to bottom are running the cities with the worst police brutality in America right now and so Shaun King, a black lives, matter are taking the Democrats to task. You can imagine every major city that has rioting difficulties and the cities with the highest covert nineteen fatalities are all run by Democrats yet. Yet instead of taking responsibility for the failure of their policies, they quickly blame trump. It is trump's fault. What's happening Los Angeles? It is trump's fault. What happened George Floyd? It's trumps. Everything is trump's fault. How's it possible that the Democratic Party? Which is the Party of slavery and Lynching and Jim Crow is now running the major cities in a way that they're blaming others for their misbehavior. How can the Democrats create problems? Then sell their voters. that. They have the solution to the problems that their policies of cost. How's that possible? Over the last seventy years a very good question by the way over the last seventy years they have brainwash, especially the black and they have the rain-wise them to something called racism and that the Republicans want to hold them back put them back slavery, and what they've done is taking care of the blast then giving him free healthcare, free money, free living, free everything, and so when things are bad. They are in the Democrat controlled cities estates. They blame it on the president. They don't say well. But, I can't see it because they've been brainwashed about racism and slavery, and all this other crap, they. Can't see that the Democrats are the ones that's holding them back and you're right about Jim Crow. It was a Democrat I grew up on an Jim crow law, and during that time most Republicans and they knew that Jim crow with. A. Controlled by Democrat but the Democrats now owner but I, and because the blast into color thing they believe what maxine waters the wicked witch of the West. With low I Q, and what deep Black Democrats are saying about the Republicans most blacks bill, unfortunately, some are starting to wake up, but most are not thinking for themselves. They have allowed the so called leadership to thank for them. They have macbrayne why and their bid demoralized by the government and leadership is awful what they're doing a to black. They can't. Can't see it just. Leon knew you ran against maxine waters for Congress. At some point on the morning shows. I see Mayor Mariel Bowser of DC and Mayor Kisha Lance bottoms of Atlanta or Lori lightfoot of Chicago Era Garcetti of La Jacob Fry, Minneapolis Blonde York City. All of them say the same thing. They sing out of the same hymnal, which is institutional racism, white privilege systemic racism. No one asked on this morning shows to like he challange bottoms. Of Atlanta. Your party has controlled. Atlanta since eighteen seventy. One hundred and fifty years and Detroit Mayor Mike Dugan the last time. A Republican controlled Detroit was seventy five years ago, but but whether it's Wolf Blitzer or any of the NBC broadcasters they do not talk about if there's institutional racism in Los Angeles or in Atlanta. Isn't it true that you're in charge of the institutional racism of which you complain? You're in charge of the institution and if there's Institutional Racism Merrick Asia Lands Bottoms in Atlanta why Heaven you corrected it. How can they sidestep like matador and blame all these other forces when they're actually in charge? Well first of all I wanNA say oh, did not run against my thing about it. I want wanted cleaned up, but I wanNA Sabeel. There's no such thing as racism. When I was growing up in Alabama Underneath Jim Crow laws. Blacks were better off than they are than they are today. And that was because black led to way for the most part and more character. They have families. Men and women got married. Grandparents were row, and if a woman got printed out a lot, it wasn't embarrassment to to to the family. She will have to leave. How last worked for themselves? They own land. They set for themselves. But that were racist was never heard of. It was known that our battle is about between good and evil, right versus wrong. They're good people who serve God. God and those who are evil, and so they have replaced God with the word racism in order to divide the blacks from the whites to put fear in white people and take away their stuff, and then for a cause blast to to become angry at the white and intimidate wife attack them murder their rate them rob them, and then blamed the white bid. If they dare to defend themselves, that's a made up. Word is either good or evil is either right or wrong. Another real fast blowing my mind right now. Is that life matter? was founded by bunch of black radical fat lesbians. And those lesbians, this black lives matter. Organization is worse than the KKK could've ever been, but yeah. They're being glorify. They'll white people getting on their knees, and why should people fee? And they're worshiping the blacks. They're afraid to stand up to them, and they are doing this to a radical dirty organization like black lives matter I never thought I would see today with police officers and member of the armed services. Piece call whatever they call National Gosh. Bowing down to some of the most evil, gutless radical hate, feel people like last matter what has happened to white people that are giving Internet crap. Well I don't speak for wide. You don't speak for blacks I speak for reason. I'll say this when I see these. Videos in New York City in which white females in their twenties or thirties kneel down, and after admit to white privilege and get the. Of Washing my feet I'm looking at this and I'm thinking what the heck is going on. And then they have foot washing stations on central park and other parks New York City. We're white. Females washed the feet of black men and black women to wash away the white privilege that they have I'm thinking this is humiliating. When I watched Mayor Jacob fry a few days ago, he's the boy mayor of Minneapolis looks like head of student council, not wanting to agree to disband the police department, and then your mayor. Eric, Garcetti he's going to take a quarter of a billion dollars away from LAPD. A situation now in Los. Angeles where La needs fewer police or more police. Because you're, you're police. Go to mention that he's started already to withdrawing from the police department. The the Gamer and cry rate is out of Control in Los Angeles. They'll take it away. Police Department while at the same time leading prisons inmates. OUTTA prisons and jails around around the city. This place is GonNa be Hell Hole. If that should happen and I don't understand why they letting people out of prison, Wa wanted to. To get rid of the police department. This is this. Is something else going on number one? They WANNA get rid of the president. That's for sure. He is a straight, white conservative Christian man who love the country who put America first, so he's in a way. I believe the whole plan is to eventually turn America into Communist. Socialist Society. These people don't like capitalism. They don't light the police force. Chicago yesterday bill eight I believe eighteen. Eighteen eighteen I think people were black on black crime with killed there. No say though about that at on nothing about it. This whole idea about black lives matter just they'll just made up words with no meaning, and they're there to intimidate to control, and that's exactly what they're doing. They're literally destroyed America. Why goodful are living in fear? We cannot live this way. We gotta change this. Jesse Lee. Why does it the National Media Report on the fact that twice as many white people justifiably so white criminals are shot by police twice as many whites or shot than blacks. Why can't they report on the fact that in many areas of of black America, the worst place to live is in a blue state in a blue city and the congressional black district whether it's rampant crime lot of government dependency. There's no job creation, and you can't send your kid to school, and so the media does not ask any of these mayors. Any of the leaders in the Congress Nancy Pelosi from your home. State of California about how. How comments, there's so much institutional racism and must be run by African Americans, and they never report on the fact that living in a city like Los Angeles is getting impossible, and what is there now about Los Angeles that would call somebody to move there and you've said before isn't a normally a fight between Brown and black people and the white Americans. Live in Los. Angeles along with other capable of doing so get out, but isn't a culture of Los. Angeles. Very now Hispanic. Absolutely I can honestly tell you that the black you hear them. Go Black and Brown, Brown and black people. Hispanic people are friendly. Black people don't like. People and Don't like blacks. They're not getting along, but the so call organizations like And those Mexicans are. maxine waters and others are pretended that they get along in order to use them for personal gain, but they are not I cannot tell you day goes by where there's not some type of fight, either in those community all in those schools these see one not getting along at all. Because it's not about color, it's about character and black people, not all, but most lack character. They're jealous envious. They fight and Hispanics. Move into the area it just get worse rather than getting better and they're not trying to solve these problems. They're blaming white people. Do you know that in twenty nineteen. There were nine police on black killing. Out of the night only one would justify, and that this so called when just happened with -joyed whatever his name was. Yeah, that's the only one that seemed to be justified. Every other one was done any. They had no other choice, but. They don't tell the truth about what's happening. Because their whole intent to deceive and deliver liberal media is supported in discussion of this country. They work for the Democrat Party. They are part of the children of the line. They don't want to help. They don't give the truth about it. When I go to meet with some of my own family, they own the why CNN. MSNBC and they'll get an a bunch of live where you try to tell them true. They can't believe it because they believed it to ally Jesse. Jesse Lee Peterson we about a minute remaining in Los, Angeles I have the big question, which is this and the last election? The President got eight percent of the vote. I've had on some black conservatives telling me he's going to get thirty percent of the vote. If that happens, he'll be reelected by acclamation. Do you have a sense that African Americans are now beginning to understand what the Democratic Party has done to them, and not for them, and if there's massive institutional racism in America today than African American liberal and And White Liberals in the big cities are in charge of it. What is your prediction for the black support for trump come November third. I can't give you that number, but I can tell you if it has gone up and it's gone up. I hear more and more black people saying that at first they didn't both president, but this time they will, because they see the injustice coming from the Democratic Party and the liberal media of honest president. They see how he brought jobs back. They see how he tried. Tried to work with blessing. All people but deliver media has refused to work with him. They see this whole Russia crap deal that the liberal media and the Democratic Party so I think it's going up and I feel self assure that the president will get four more years. It's gotta be amazing because there are support going up and up for him into that community and the Hispanic community as well. A LOT OF MEXICANS ARE JAMMED MY church services. My Organization and they are now supporting president trump, so it's been amazing. Peterson Los Angeles. How do the American people get Ahold of you? They could go to rebuilding the man dot com rebuilding that man dot com, call, eight, hundred, four, one, one bond, eight, hundred, four, one, one to sixty three, thank. Jesse Lee Peterson. Keep the power. Keep the. Faith and may God bless you and God bless America. GET OUT OF LA before it's too late after Youtube governor God bless America. Let's continue with more if line becomes available. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand pound, seven hundred eighteen. T bill cutting American live on newsradio seven hundred w automobile.

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Bill Cunningham 7/14/20

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Bill Cunningham 7/14/20

"The. Billy, Cunningham, the great American at two o'clock today Governor Mike Von. Come, forward and. Give us a status. He said every every other every Wednesday. We're going to find out the numbers and move things. WHO's remers all over the news media in Cincinnati that one of our local counties probably Hamilton County. It's about to go from red to purple, which is all Hell's breaking loose? Shut things down, which has certainly put a wrinkle in the efforts of many superintendents to have some level of schooling, beginning the end of August, and of course there is a bill now pending in Columbus that would make. The date of February twenty six every day Dr Amy Act Day to celebrate former health commissioner, not being Dr Amy Acton the Columbus dispatch story out this morning, says Amy Act involved from bureaucratic obscurity to superstardom almost overnight, as she took part of into wines, televised briefings on the battle against the pandemic yard signs, bearing her name popped up in front of several homes, young girls dressed up in little white coats and imitated her saying they wanted to be like amy. Not In so much more plus a big story in the inquirer this morning by Jackie bore shirt Jesse bomber Ohio's new cornerstone is heat map was supposed to be more transparent, but many find it very confusing. Including Butler County County. And Clermont County Public Health spokesman. Keith. Roberson told the enquirer quote. Only seven deaths total six hospitalizations the last two weeks. So in the last two weeks, Clermont County has about a quarter of a million residents. There's been six hospitalizations in the last two weeks. Not move them from. Into the red category you're only now is a man of the forefront and covering the story objectively the investigative reporter Jack Windsor of WMF. Mansfield Ohio and Jack Windsor Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham. Show this afternoon Jack. How you doing. I'm sick, fantastic bill. It's always an honor to be with you in the seven hundred W W audience. Thank you for choosing today. Let's talk about Dr and. A very good friend as you know of of Tony Bender and he starting a petition drive in southwest Ohio. Dr Amy. Acting Day named February the twenty six year. Have your finger a little bit on the pulse of the lawmakers think. Larry Householder and bill sites and others are going to enact Dr Amy Acton Day and give everyone a day off February twenty sixth every year. No No I. I think they should enact a what I I like to call Hashtag down. The Don the data that instead of down your mask and on your Kate we should. We should have been diving the data from day one. That's what I think that those to say, but I could be wrong on a lot. Let's talk about this article in the inquire about Ohio's new. Curran Avars heat map was supposed to be transparent. It's confusing. Why is it so confusing to many especially when in Hamlin County, when I talked to docks and those run hospitals, there are no crisis whatsoever. It is normal to be eighty to ninety percent full. They want to be about ninety five percent full, but right now they're not overwhelmed at all. But how many counties on the cost, maybe a two o'clock today we're going to go purple. Explain why it's confusing do. Well, it's confusing I'M GONNA! Give it a little bit of quick context because we started yellow. The CDC has a map based on several factors COVID pneumonia influenza, and how things are trending there, and the CDC actually found for the eleventh straight week that deaths attributed to current virus have declined they actually it below epidemic threshold, and when you look at their map, if you to CDC dot, Gov and you look at their Cova de section. Section what you'll see is that the entire country actually has what's called the minimal activity level, so the the key code isn't spreading with the exception of Florida and Louisiana. They're listed as low, but three headlines were being program to think that Florida is in code purple, and it's not, and that's kind of how this has been teed up to us Look at the health emergency system. Had some major fundamental flaws, and they're leading us back the lockdown and potential mandated mass wearing even outdoors, so it has seven in. Each county, interestingly if the county triggers zero indicators. The can do is yellow, so you can have zero indicators trip. You're not green your yellow, and then it goes from yellow to orange to red to purple, so this Advisory Assistant measures each county on the following indicators, new cases per capita increases in new cases, not congregate cases. Emergency Room visits outpatient visits hospital admissions. ICU that occupancy, so let me just quickly point to. A couple of things no weight. is given to death. On the new match, so. Let's go back to the beginning of your statement, you said the CDC on its website says that the entire country is almost not even an epidemic, much less pandemic. Me Because I think that's important. Because the CDC by checked objective standards, says the deaths every day for the last twenty, one to thirty days have gone down, but the media and I think the government. Especially local governments are drum-beating idea role about the Lai explain how significant is. That's a CD CDC says Ohio's Not Kentucky not in a panic. Significantly significant accent. You know if we're GONNA IF WE'RE GONNA quote the CDC then we ought to follow the CBC. We can't cherry pick information from the CDC for eleven straight weeks or death certificate data reported declining percentages in depth, and so they said look what currently below the of the epidemic threshold, which means that this thing is not the epidemic status. It's not spreading the way that we hear in the press. Conference is right. What we hear is that we have this massive community spread and you know if I had. Half an hour an hour. I'd love to dive into this new advisory system and show you that if you for example, new cases per capita increases in new cases, not congregate cases. If you have a pop up location, or you increase passing at all in your community. Understand you're not testing in congregate settings. People are going out of curiosity, not a sickness, the pop up locations, or if they want to go to the hospital to get deferred care they're increasing their testing outside the congregate living setting. So if you increase testing, you could actually trigger. A three of these indicators right out of the gate and you're you're at an orange level. Now you only need to trigger to other indicators to be read, and when you dive into what's going on in Hamilton and Butler and Clermont. Counties, it's testing and it's ICU and outpatient visits, but when you dive into that, there's a pdf when a county goes into the red. You Click on that that county it'll, it'll pull up. Up A pdf file for you, and that PDF file in and explain a little bit deeper. What's going on in the county? But what's going on in the county? The way that they had explained is really kind of misleading, because you can have eighty percent occupancy, or above in ICU, and they're using that as a trigger so for example I believe Hamilton County. I can pull them out if you WANNA, talk about. Half, my listeners in Hamilton, county, and the other half outside Hamilton, county, but when I talked to real life. Doctors like a Jewish UC Christ they're not in a panic mode. In fact, they'd never been in a panic mode. One point never doubted ten percent occupancy for those two or three months ten percent occupancy, ever losing a million dollars a day and right now they're not even close to where they need to be, and they don't have an influx of covert nineteen patients in any local hospital. Inquire reported that there's no uptick in hospitalizations and the only reason we have more positive testing because people on these pop up locations are going to be tested and their non symptomatic. Right and we've also received reports. Say reports. It's not one or two. It's multiple of people who go to pop up locations. Complete the paperwork and decide you know what I don't WanNa. Wait in line, and then they're contacted later to be pulled that they tested positive so somehow there's this automatic assumption that they're going to test positive until they test negative and they're literally getting indication that you tested positive. They're gonNA wait a minute. I didn't even wait around to test. So that stunning but. When you dive into these pdf files for example, you just talked about intensive care utilization well. Yes, I'm looking at Hamilton County right now. In intensive care utilization it did bump up over eighty percent. Look if I'm a hospital administrator. That's the minimum I. Want my ICU operating. At operating at ninety five percent, because that is expensive equipment, and you want to utilize that equipment to generate revenue that when you look at what's going on with Kobe patients and I see you. It's down around ten percent. Dip Down so I. See you capacity for Kobe patients around ten percent and. So people are scratching their head and going wait a minute if I'm actually generating revenue and profit from my hospital, all of a sudden that that puts me in my county in the red zone potentially and you know the other thing that they're being graded on. Is this seven day average of Kobe related healthcare visits and when you look at that, they break it out by emergency, department and by outpatient. Here's an interesting fact for you. Outpatient can actually include you calling your telehealth doctor, and that's how a health doctor can grade you on several things, the look at the clinical criteria and they'll. They'll look at the laboratory criteria and they'll look at the epidemic epidemiological link so if I call my telehealth doctor and I said look I have a headache. I have a sore throat and you know the telehealth doctor says. What do you have a fever? Yeah, I kind of feel hot. Well, actually the way that it works you. You only have to have to symptoms so if you have a headache and you have a sore throat, or if you have a measured or get this objective fever, if subjective, yeah kind of hot you literally candy diagnosed as as positive so these outpatient visits. Probably of a lot of telehealth visits, a lot of people blinded their their providers, and like you said they're testing a symptomatic, or we also know these tests can pick up antibodies strange. They've also been pulled by the CDC that these tests can actually pick up other Corona viruses AKA the common coal. That's ridiculous. That's ridiculous. Hospitalizations bill in Clermont Hamilton and Butler county. Zero, that's one zero. The last death and Clermont County. Seven six Hamilton was seven Butler was seven three. So, why would the governor two o'clock today? So you know what we gotta move you to Purple? Because thing that Kinda hoping and Cherry picking the data they wanted to find result. Dewine once defined result that we're in a crisis. Why is that true? Why don't we look at the data and say? Let's find the glass half empty. Instead of half full when I talked to docks. If you've had no deaths and the ICU's eighty percent, which is a bit low and of the eighty percent, ten percent or covert nineteen, and the ambulance is aren't reporting with hospitalizations and tell doctors. Chalk chalking up visits as being somehow covert related when they're not. How do you rely upon that data to drive public policy and shut down all the schools? You can't you can't if you increase testing and that testing like we said picks up some crazy things like a dramatic, or it's false positive, and then all of a sudden you have a surge in ICU, and maybe people are increasing their outpatient visits. That's not that's not indicative of spread, but all the sudden. You're in Code Red and you could. You could be going over coke purple, which means you really shouldn't go outside unless you need supply. Look I don't know. I'm wondering if it and I need to dig into this, or are we getting federal cares act. Dollars are are positive tests. Dollars, I mean that would make sense to me, but here's something that I think is is a huge issue to me. The biggest issue is anxiety and it's it's causing businesses, and all of us to be on edge and afraid that our county might be targeted the Cleveland Clinic. Just released a study outlining the rise and what they're calling broken heart syndrome caused by increased stress of the coronavirus. Pandemic people are dying from stress and anxiety, and I heard a stunning report over the weekend about in Ohio educator who took his own life because of the pressure associated with full mandates and Co that this is why I'm so passionate about the accuracy and the transparency of this information and I cannot. In good conscience, look at Clermont. Hamilton Butler zero hospitalization and zero deaths and say you know what we need to math and we need we need to. We need to shelter in place. It makes zero sense. It's scaring the hell out of people. It is in fact talks about the dangers of a kid, not being in school, which means they're in the community which means. means. They're playing baseball soccer. They're playing with other kids. Their playgrounds going crazy. It's not as if kids not in school. They're going to be in bubble. Wrap under a bed somewhere. They're going to be living their life and swimming. Whatever they're GONNA do so. The safest place to be is in school. The most risky place to be in the community were kids are getting. You belong in school I'm looking at the inquirer article today, but they're counting. What about the increase they've had an increase of two emergency room visits. Kobe nineteen related per day. Think about that and Butler county what which has about three hundred and fifty thousand people. There's to cove it related visits a day to the ER and no deaths in the past ten days, so that that moves them up dot almost a crisis, house pot. Jack Jack this stupid. Stupid. Stupid and if literally it's literally killing people the anxiety and the stress listed is covert real. Is it a health emergency outside of nursing homes now? I mean the data. The data in the sciences crystal clear on that it looked our kids. During this this this epidemic there were pandemic certified schools in the State of Ohio Eleven, hundred and thirty of them that were opened, and kids were going their kids from families whose parents are healthcare providers frontline workers working at these big box stores. You know what didn't happen. They weren't spreading. Because kids aren't spreading, they don't tell. Tell that a whole lot. There wasn't an outbreak. They're all over Europe, and look what happened there. They send their kids back to school. There was not an outbreak and you know when we talk about masking schools, kids are not gonNa kiss her not going to pass this virus by walking in the hallways. They don't need to be masked up in the hallways and if we want to really solve this issue if there are teachers who are in the older age. Age category that feel at risk. Okay, Great! Here's what you do you you them in through some sort of web axe, and you get somebody there to manage the classroom. Let the kids go and engage in the socialization and engage in the live learning environments. The the American Society of Pediatrics already said. That's what needs to happen and we've gotTA. Stop turning a blind eye to what this is going to do to our their kids, our kids and their ability to learn. Learn I'm a single parent I love having my daughter home, but guess what when I have to work fulltime, and I have to try to help her at seven years old. Step through the curriculum and do it the right way. That's not working, and that's not going to work for people. If this was killing, you know two million people I would get an in the united. States is not and we're making decisions based on emotion anecdotal. What is and it's crushing us. Lastly Jack Windsor when you said you went over this point quickly, but it's so valuable that in March April and May one critical workers had to use healthcare, and they had to put tens of thousands of their children together and healthcare. All those experiences resulted in no transmission from those children and fact there's not been one school child in Ohio between the ages of six years old and twenty five that have died covert nineteen I listened to some. Some of the shows that are objective, Dr Atlas was on with Martha McCallum last night. Saying it is absurd what we're doing to the children. If you care about children in their lives, the children belong in school for all kinds of psychological educational and medical reasons, and then if someone can't be there, because of their age or immune status ways of working around that, but he's the schools exist to educate children. They don't exist for teachers to teach. Custodians to clean cleanup or cafeteria workers have served string beans. The schools exist for the children and the children's interest must be paramount everything else Jack. Windsor I'm getting a note here. The possibly the governor is not going to be on till Thursday at two o'clock, and that's even more concerning to me because if he pops up Thursday two o'clock, and says Hamilton County is now purple. All Hell's going to break loose, but Jack once again Jack. Jack Windsor, WMF, and Mansfield, thank you be the voice crying in the Wilderness. We do not have a public health crisis unless you listen to the media, in which case all hell's about to break loose in reality, the health crisis is in nursing homes and things of that character. Let the American people work. Let the kids learn everyone else. Protect themselves necessary. Jack Windsor Good. Luck to you. Thanks for coming on again and God. Bless America thank you. God. Bless you God bless America. Thank you Jack Windsor. That makes a lot of sense. Your reaction now at five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand Bill Cunningham Newsradio seven hundred wwl w. Billy Cunningham I want to get your involvement in this because The next two days are going to be critical in Hamilton. Butler Clermont, and maybe Warren County. To make sure that we do not go into a purple status. A purple status would mean that were shutdown that schools are not going to open at all and all going to have shelter in place orders put on to us again by Governor Mike Dewine, and July sixteenth. and. I know they listen in Columbus. Is the one radio station in Ohio? That is heard throughout Ohio Kentucky and Indiana. It's hard everywhere, and it's critical that we communicate to our so called leaders in Columbus that we're not in the healthcare crisis in. Cincinnati, unless you're in a nursing home or a penitentiary or prison or Warren Correctional, institution or the Clermont County jail. We're not. We're not in a crisis. I want to share with you some. Some facts and we have mark and Donald with three lines open, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand tomorrow. We're going to have on Denise Treehouse to talk about him. In a county in specifics in every office holder I got up this morning, and spoke to four five in northern Kentucky Southwest Ohio I spoke to one in Butler County Not Richard K Jones one in Warren County one in. Clermont County and two and Hamlin County. There's a sense here on the ground. That the governor is about to make a dramatic move on Thursday, a sense, not a belief, a sense, even know the politicians I speak to speak to healthcare leaders at UC. Christ, Jewish mercy and. On a regular basis Bethesda on a regular basis because every day they get numbers from the hospitals. Who say okay. WHO's in your emergency room? What what are they marked into? And do have debts. And what did they die of? And how many tests do we have? I got another test from a good friend of mine. WHO said that? She had two employees who had lined up in order to be tested. They decided not to go through with it because time. This is what she said to me. One of my employees and others were in a long line to get tested. They left the line. But did not get tested. Having given their information two days later, they got phone calls. They were positive and they didn't get tested. There's mistakes everywhere in this regard, but here's some facts. I just googled many. Americans are in school and the answer is according to Google Eighty, two million. We're a nation of three hundred and thirty five million people. We have anywhere between seventy and eighty million in school. How important to school academically educationally? Socialization Hunger Programs Sexual Abuse Discovery Programs counseling programs schools important especially. Especially in dysfunctional parts of urban areas and poor rural areas. School is awfully important, so we prioritize school by spending most of our civil dollars in Ohio Kentucky Indiana on schools, whether it's a grade school middle school high school, Technical School Colleges, an Ku UK Louisville. State Xavier UC INDIANA. We spend billions of dollars every year in school because that's how important it is. So when you have eighty million schoolchildren eighty million. I looked at the CDC website. Right here! Our children at risk. By going to school, you heard John. Jack Windsor talk about the fact in March? April May and June when there were thousands and thousands of school age children in day care because their parents were mandated workers, they were essential and there was no outbreak. There were no deaths. There was no transmission. It didn't happen. This is a virus that is very lethal. If you're frail, elderly or compromise, it is a virus that is not very lethal at all to children. So in your own mind, according to the Centers for disease, control and Prevention. As of July tenth. July tenth which was what Friday close of Business Friday July the tenth. How many school age children in the United States of America? Didigova nineteen and the whole country. Eighty two million is the population of those in school. The answer is. Thirty. Not Thirty thousand. Three hundred thousand. Not, thirty million I said thirty. And! Majority of those were somehow compromised immunities because of cancer whatever it might be, but the total number is thirty under the age of fifteen and a typical year in America two hundred die of the flu in school, two, hundred, four, hundred, thirty, six, sadly killed themselves, six, hundred and twenty-five or homicide victims, and about forty, two hundred from unintentional deaths such as drowning. In addition to that, there's about six thousand who die in car accidents. So, we're for hitting kids going. Swimming. We're not, prohibiting kids from getting into cars. But we're going to prohibit kids going to school on school. Age Children Cove Nineteen. Thirty. Thirty. And the state of Ohio. Zero school children have died between the ages of six years old and twenty five zero. And now I know what you're thinking. Of course we have full lines. We're going to get. Back I have no guess schedule today with match time and likes quite a bit. So, she would me. I hear you now, saying well. What about the teachers? What about the cafeteria? Workers? What about the janitors? What about the social workers? Yes, that's that's important. A teacher's life is important I think Roger Fortin Professor Roger Fortin. Xavier how important he wasn't my life. I think about Jerry would todd history? My basketball coach deer park. How important real important I think about Mr Schaffer deer park high school. What a great guy I think about Hank. estes at deer park wonderful wonderful I think about Roy Dixon. Psychology teacher and I just love that guy teachers so important I. Think About Sister Monika An. And at Xavier I think about Father Bergemann and Father Schmidt and Father Bench in Father O'Connor teachers leaders very important to me. Teachers are important. But schools exist not to teach. Schools exist for children. Hate to use the term for the children s liberal, but this goes exists for the children eighty million of them when they are not at Risk Cova thousand nine hundred. Won't say zero, but the risk is zero point zero zero zero one. Much more likely to die on the way to school than in school covert nineteen. Can we get it through our thick skulls that children are not at risk of catching covert nineteen in school, and for those who are at risk, sixty percent of the teachers earn age of forty. If you're at risk if you're over fifty five sixty years old. You have to have special needs met I agree. Find a way to do it. Talk to your principles. Talk to the, Superintendent Guess what there's a way doing, but the function of schools is not to serve string beans, or not to clean up in the hallway or not. The teachers to teach the purpose of schools is to educate eighty million Americans. Go children and they need to be in school. To give me an example. In Chicago of covert nineteen. A total and the last six months of Chicago age school children between the age of six twenty to a total of two who have died a covert nineteen, both were immunity suppress but to. which is sadly happening every weekend through homicides in Chicago, so can we say and put it? NEON lights on every billboard school children are not at risk of catching and dying of covert nineteen. And for those of us who come in contact with school children, we need to protect ourselves as adults. Because right now I see kids playing soccer pickup games. I see kids caddying. I see kids landscaping. high-school boys that are getting ready for football lifting weights. They're living their lives, and if you check with those between the ages of about eight twenty two. They don't have any sense. There's a crisis going on at all. They ignore this stuff completely. The kids need to be in school. And if there are special needs of older Americans who work in and around the school, talk to the principal talk to the school board talked to the Superintendent and say these are my particular needs. How do we accommodate me so I can interact with the reason the school exist. Muller Highschool exist not for the teachers or the coaches. The exists for the students that that's the purpose of Muller, highschool or Covington Catholic or Lakota or Mason. That's the purpose is for the school children. Our Lady of victory exists because of the children. And doesn't exist because of the teachers. And, whether it's a she old or a amassed for the older folks whatever it is. Okay Now before I take calls one last thought. If you're not in a nursing home in the state of Ohio. which is thank God most of us. Ninety nine percent of us are not a nursing homes in the state of Ohio. If you're not in a nursing home in the state of Ohio. The fatality rate of ohioans is less than one hundredth of one percent. I'm talking about a number. Roughly three thousand ohioans died seventy percent in nursing homes that means about eight or nine hundred have died in the general population and the state of Ohio. Including Zero Schoolchildren divide that number by twelve million for easy figuring. Is Eleven point seven million supposedly highlands. It is under one hundredth of one percent, and the general population have died I, said under one hundredth of one percent. Clermont. County spokesman Keith. Robinson told the enquirer on Friday quote. Only seven deaths total so since March plasma counting has said seven total deaths seven and six months. Half of those nursing homes, so I assume three or four and the general population. Clermont County's population I just looked it up is. I'll give you a minute. It's about two hundred and thirty five thousand. So only seven deaths total in Plymouth County, and in the past two weeks a total of six hospitalizations Paradis Butler County is three hundred eighty five thousand residents. Clermont County is two hundred and six thousand Warren County is two hundred, thirty, five thousand, so the total of Butler, Clermont and Warren County is equal to Hamilton, county, which is eight, hundred, some thousand so Clermont County has gone into the red category. Causing some to leave Clermont County. But in the last six months, and a population of two, hundred, six, thousand in Clermont, county seven deaths and the past two weeks six hospitalizations. Which resulted in death? The governor put Clermont County and the red category. We're now read. And, Keith Robinson Clermont County cannot figure out. How in the hell do they go to read? It's impossible. Impossible. Not, talk about Butler county. Increase in Butler county small increase. They have to Cova. Nineteen. Hospitalizations per day. which is well less than zero point zero one percent of Butler county. Population Bother County is almost four hundred thousand residents throwing eighty-five thousand. Is that a health care crisis. Honestly what are we talking? Have we lost our frigging collective minds? How can anyone seriously say except in nursing homes that we're in a healthcare crisis, lastly before I go to your calls, we've got thousands on hold now. The media is engorged with the idea of Florida Texas Arizona and fact now ohioans. CanNot Travel to New York. Get off the plane until you're quarantine for up to fourteen days. I made two hundred trips to Laguardia, imagine getting off a plane showing your papers to state officials and telling you guess what you're quarantine for fourteen days. What where am I teamed? How do I get there? I don't know your quarantine. One of my going to be in bubble wrap put into stasis somewhere. If you take Florida. which has a population? Florida of twenty million. Twenty Million Floridians. There's about forty three hundred. Forty, three, hundred and Florida. New York State is thirty. Three, thousand. Eight Times Florida. Texas is thirty two hundred. Texas has thirty million residents thirty million. Texas has three thousand two hundred deaths Arizona as two thousand two hundred tests if you take Florida. And Texas and Arizona. That is less than one third of the fatality rate in New York less than one third, but the media is convincing all of us. That were about to die and that Florida. And Texas and Arizona is about the worst Ohio has about thirty one hundred deaths I. It's about three thousand and seventy five call at thirty one hundred seventy percent nursing homes that means about thirty percent of three. It's about nine hundred, nine hundred total high winds have died in six months, which is less than one hundredth of one percent and zero in the schools. have. We lost our minds. Unequipped talking. I want to hear from you. This is totally ridiculous. We go from yellow. Orange to red. To purple, maybe on Thursday, there's nothing from the governor until Thursday to and he's calling around the public officials, and this part of the state, getting more information, and from what I speak to them. Names not used. They are very concerned that one or two counties in southwest Ohio is going to go purple on Thursday at two o'clock. Which means were shutdown, swimming pools indoor dining bowling alleys. God knows what else schools of course schools. No school can open. And how long can we be there and as Jack Windsor just said. There's no objective measurement to go from yellow to orange to red to purple. How in the World Does Clermont County? Go into the red category when in six months. They've had a total of seven deaths, most nursing homes and six hospitalizations and the last two weeks and they're read. You can't avoid it. The governor will do whatever the governor wants to do. And then there's lawsuits to be filed by others. I had on Maurice Thompson last. Friday get him on again then the court say he can't do it. But then it's months down the road. It gets appealed in the meantime here. We're in the middle of July. The children must go back to school. They are not at risk. On I'm done talking I, WanNa hear from. You may have Markan. Aubrey Marian Jason Donald. Many others have aligned becomes available, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand. Can we deliver a message to the powers that be in Frankfurt? Frankfurt and Columbus? That were not sheep were not mushrooms living in the dark fed crap. We wanted to get about our lives. We understand the risk. The Great American wears a mask all the time. I wash my hands. I void crowds I. Don't like people at a nice hamburger last night in new town, but some good people but and everyone had a mask on, but you gotta eat a hamburger gonNA. Take your mask off right. Warren in everyone on looking eighty percent compliance. I'd bet this more than eighty percent I feel bad, not having a mask on broadcasting, but nobody's around me. I don't I. Don't like people I don't get around people but my children. My Grandchild's got to be punished when they're not at risk for some purpose. That I can't figure out. Let Your Voice. Be heard next on news radio seven hundred W automobile. Our fallen. Talk At. The, At the door they found. The lease lovell. Tell. Bad Law. Governor shut us down again on Thursday. That this is something we cannot recover from for months, and this things worse than having a shutdown, which is death, disease, pestilence and sorrow. We gotta get back to work I have a text from a friend of mine. Said knows the coins are gone. Everyone has to use credit cards, and what you're going to be tracked constantly, and then whether or not there's only a rumors sometimes knowing mike the way I. You know call ahead of time to give a heads up to certain elected leaders as to what's coming. He tends not to do it because it gets leaked out immediately, so he wants to it all at once. How in the. World Can Clermont County. And Hamilton County and Butler county be read based upon the numbers that we have tomorrow. I'M GONNA have on Denise, Tree House, but the governor's GonNa come on at two o'clock on Thursday normally it was Tuesday and Thursday but. which leads some to speculate. It's only speculation. He's not coming on today because Thursday at to you know, give us the numbers from Wednesday and if the numbers are up four hundred percent. From to the nine more than four hundred percent. That's an excuse to do something. So let's go to the calls. And once again. In Clermont County? which is now read, and the last six months had a total of seven deaths and six hospitalizations and the last two weeks. And! They're read. Let's go to call. Says I promise I'm done babbling. I WanNa hear from you. And I knowing politics the way I do the main reason. These things are happening. As whether it's Bashir or holcomb, but especially dewine his approval ratings are like eighty percent back, and they tracked this every two or three days. So as long as you believe. That the governor is keeping you safe by enacting these orders and likely to continue, but as facts so indicating the way to keep your kids safe is never permit them to ride in a car. Never permit them to go swimming. Never permit them play soccer, baseball, football, or basketball, because according to the Centers for Disease Control. And the last six months of eighty two million children in school thirty. Have died of covert nineteen thirty. while. Six hundred twenty-five inman homicide victims and forty, two hundred have died of unintentional deaths such as drowning. Keep him out of the pools. Give him out of the cars. Keep them in bubble. Wrap under your bed in which case they're gonNA live a long life like a mushroom living in the dark fed crap. Life is risky, but children are not addressed if the administrators. Teachers Cafeteria Workers Janitorial staff staffer. They're at risk. Talk to the principal talk to the Superintendent Talk to the school board by coming up with a plan to protect you and I'm not diminishing your life. It's important especially to you and your husband or your wife and kids. You'RE GONNA be forty four years old and be compromise immunity. Why and you need some help? Talk to the principal, but the function of school is for the children to learn is not for you to teach and. And Not for you to clean the hallway, and not for you to serve cafeteria food. The purpose of school is for the eighty two million children that have been denied in education now going on six months, and it must, the madness must stop now. Let's go all right. Matt make sure I quit talking now. That's the key. Make sure quit talking. Let's go to mark. Audrey and Marianne and Jason There'll be the first four. I want everyone in the tri-state wants to hear from you. You can't travel from CG. Laguardia without being quarantined for fourteen days. Now statistically. Hairs you get these numbers at realclearpolitics Dot Com roll down the list. New York has had thirty three thousand deaths New York State Ohio. One tenth at three thousand, but we're quarantine. We're going to New York, but they're not quarantine coming here. Kentucky has said six hundred and thirty deaths six hundred thirty. and. New, York thirty, three thousand. Is quit talking. Let's hear from you got mark Audrey. You've got mail pissed off now. Let's go to mark on the cell phone mark. You're on the Bill Cunningham Show Marco head. Hey this is This might even piss you off a little more. I have a mother. Who is? Ninety two years old. Lance at. Ten. She has oh. I think one hundred six grandkids now. How many! Hundred six. Now there are some grey and she will possibly see great great. Wow. That's wonderful. when this all started, we Or for your concern, we went to her mom. You know you're at the highest risk you can't. You can't go out. Wear a mask. You GotTa do this. You got to do that. We can't come and see yeah. She looked at me. To you, I'm the. I'm the youngest of the ten. She said some here an idiot. This is all phony. It's hype. I said what are you talking about? She said this is ridiculous. She said let me tell you something. I've lived through scarlet fever. I've lived through. Tuberculosis have lived through the measles mumps. Oppression more war to and when I was a young girl, pneumonia was pretty much a death. And Polio all those the polling. Actually they throw at all. She said never one. Did, we get laid down. It quit working. quit living life now not. Exactly keep talking marquee going. She said, are you? And your brothers and sisters and allow your children. and become a third world country. Because you're afraid to go outside in the scientists, she said my whole life. They've been wrong. You mean mass destruction in Iraq didn't happen. No. The point is mark your. Your mother is a perfect example of what made America Great. What we have now are graduates of snowflake university. And they look around the world to find something that justifies their view, which is often wrong, but if you've spent your life looking for police, brutality and someone videotapes, something, and then show it to you. You'll go nuts, and they live in a world now in which the government must care for all your needs, and if the government's not there to do it, we will stop our feet. Protest threw bricks through windows. Until we get our way, and if we don't get our way enough, we'll keep doing it and breaking the law until the lawmakers changed the law to the way I wanted to be. This is not even close to what happened on those. Those other crises you discussed, and at no point in American history, the government tell people stay home and don't work because I know best for you. You and I are about the same age I would assume, and I wear a mask and wash my hands i. stay out of crowds. I'm in that category but I want everyone else not at risk to live their lives to get out and swim and dance and enjoy themselves. Go play golf play soccer tennis. Get ready for school. Go live in a dorm deal. What you're GonNa, do live your life, and if this generation of Americans was alive award war to would all be speaking German at this point. That's exactly what my mother said. That's exactly what she said she's said. You know what you gotta suck it up. You gotTA. Do if I if I have to die then I. Guess it's my time absolutely that. What really made her mad is when they compared this on the news to it's this this generation as World War. Come on I mean he said Jantar picky. Million people died in World War Two. I've been more than seventy. Five million and America America fought to simultaneous ward wars within about a forty month period, and won both and came home, and both the greatest economy in the world at the snowflake generation was in charge. Then we'd be speaking Germany. East of the Mississippi and Japanese west of the Mississippi. We wouldn't have country at all. People are scared to death including rocky boy man. He's scared to death. No question. Your your your point on I'm proud to listen to you every day. You give the real statistic. What my mark as far as your mother can you go see your? They let you go in properly gowned and masked with a shield and gloves on. Can you sit there and enjoy the company of your mother yet? She still lives at home gets up well even better shape than I am because she gets up. She moves Iraq Iraq. Iraq Iran you gotta move man and she ought to wear masks around whatever it is. But what would your mother say? Governor Dewine, or who is ordering Clermont County that has had seven deaths and six months and six hospitalizations and two weeks none resulting. What would your mother say to Governor Doin about making Clermont County red? She was del Hams. He sending our kids. Another Great Depression. We had the greatest economy going and he's GonNa. Reverse us all back into another great depression over nothing I mean I know what the disease she knows it. If you're the one that has it absolutely, but but in the general population in Ohio, we have about one thousand deaths over six months, which is less than one hundredth of one percent now what about the other ninety nine point? Nine nine percent can we our lives? The answer might be no. The governor might say on Thursday your shutdown. In which case this economy, which is starting to recover slowly will collapse, and if a collapses there'll be no money to pay for anything. Did the Democrats realized that? Willie I don't think they care I. think that's what they want. What however they can make it look like our president is failing us. On all fronts. Is what they'll do i. mean you when you get. A congresswoman that says that only thieving is, it's okay just because you need some brain. Feeding Saving I. Don't care what you're doing. Saks fifth avenue. Store do they. Sex twice. Maybe you go there all the time, but but according to AOL see the reason looting one honest because people are hungry to saks, fifth avenue sell a bunch of bakery goods. Do they have branded their? I've never been attacked Fifth Avenue but I I've never heard of him having very good bakery. Would you give your mother my best from all my listeners, my two hundred thousand listeners in the tri-state. Would you tell your mother for? macy's a great American. I will share what tell you were the country of the brave and the strong, so let's it going I. Thank you. How about the week in the tested? How about the week in the cove? Nineteen scared to death I I don't know what the to. Answer. One hundred of one percent the. Fever and a cold. I don't know what to do. Governor towline. Please come and save me from myself because I'm incompetent. I cannot make independent adult decisions. I need you to make them for me. Please save me. Please governor, please. Police Governor Save me. You'll Cunningham seven hundred wwl w? On the risk of loss. Lawmaker Columbus called me this morning and said. Are you aware that? The name, crusader. Is Insensitive. And Racist. I said Crusader? You GotTa Muller Highschool Crusaders. He said yeah that's correct. He said Capital University. In Columbus is changing its name from Crusader because it's insensitive to its Muslim students so I said. I don't believe that, so he sends me the story. Columbus Ohio capital. University announced on Monday. It is retiring. It's crusader, nickname and mascot copy. Falling a fifteen month discussion. We believe that the university's nickname and mascot should be a unifying symbol that enhances school, Spirit and pride for all who are affiliated with capital in recent years are nicknames, Magellan's by students and faculty for its connection to the story Crusades. The detailed study found a significant portion of the Capital University family shares this perspective. I think now officially. We've lost our minds. They'll be an effort now for Muller Highschool to change his name from Crusaders or sandbox bombers that resulted in the death of innocent men, women and children as bombs were dropped. The elder panthers commemorating the life of you, Newton, who was a Black Panther or God knows what's next the Lancers got to go to. We've lost our minds. Your calls continue. We have audrey and Marianne and Jason. Many others at your home of the reds yet men tells me their odds are now ninety to ten. They're gonNA play starting a week from Friday. It looks good at this point. All newsradio seven hundred w all of you. Shouldn't you be wearing a mask masks mask snafu? Mask Sh- mask mask. Sh- masks. That's it masks Sh- math. So. Go on broadcasting. Guy. Shouldn't you be wearing masks? MASKS MASK SM-. Mask. Mask Sh- mask. That's it masks. chm Ask. So I'm watching one of the Sunday one of the twos Tuesday morning sports shows and SPN about how bad it is inside the bubble for the NBA players in Orlando. It's bad as Well, they're complaining about the food about the lack of freedom. One also said something about slavery. So the slavery involve Horse Manicure. PEDICURE! Specialist whatever that is. A hairdresser. A grading braid, expert. Ping Pong tables? Bowling alleys? Tennis, courts. Golf Courses Pickle ball pickle ball yeah. And cafeteria style gourmet dining. There's only one thing missing. Can you think about what that is? Not what I'm saying. If you lived in that environment I, look you. Know you're living in Orlando Florida or nothing like. You're living in the lap of luxury, except for one thing sweets, and I bet the one thing could be imported. It's called A. Booty call. They're missing. Matt told me I'm not sure what. I thought it was Tony Bender. Missing I blamed Tony Bender for all kinds of stuff. It. Could you over for all of US eight weeks? Could you live eight weeks like that possibly in a suite? It'd be tough. Willie, but we could do it a long way to do it. I would. I would sacrifice play basketball. Yes, then you got the video terminals got the game stations. You all that stuff they have hundreds of those everything is licensed. NBA Ping Pong tables NBA golf carts. And after right now this is a punishment. You GotTa ride one per card. You can't ride to the same court. Now do they have that same restriction at the friendly confines? Yes we do. Check one per cart, and you can't touch anyone else's balls, only your own. Will he the stooge reporters out service over local tempstar heating air conditioning dealers tempstar quality. You could feel in Cincinnati combing air at one, eight, eight, eight, nine, nine six h the A. C.. Ten Days Away William County from opening day. What are the odds now out of one hundred? Looking good ninety How about the ranch offense in the past two days? They socked nine home runs in the past two scrimmages six yesterday, maybe a mere Garrett. She spent more time on baseball unless on social activism. Go a I. Think I'm are Manda eight who radio Suarez hit the Heritage Bank Center yesterday with one somebody win the Toyota truck. No not yet then went to left. But reports have eleven major league baseball on pyres. Have opted out of the twenty twenty season or Alva- otherwise declined to participate. Some say they have family family members who are ill. The identities are not known one guy who's at high risk country Joe West. Recently made headlines Not for not only choosing not to opt out, but also to voices, covert nineteenth nihilism, questioning official stats about infections and deaths. He's correct, and I think he got reprimanded he all. You have to state of the company line. So when he said now wait a minute gentleman in the back of the room. I have a question, but all the people testing positive when they haven't taken a test and so I have someone who says I got the flu right got pneumonia, and they mark it up cove so country Joe West is now in trouble for speaking truth to power, and he's been reprimanded. By Rob Manfred himself, so you gotTa Toe the company Line Bengals Willie tomorrow at four o'clock as the franchise tag deadline will the Bengals slap at on Aj? Green, yes, because they're not going to sign them into a big deal to his gotta demonstrating can still catch footballs. And that. Are the Bengals GonNa actually play a preseason game. What do you say? Supposed to play at least two I didn't ask you that are they? GonNa play, yes or no. with the way things are going well. I'm. Putting on. Will. There be college football I talked to Tony Pike about that. He's pessimistic. So I saw an article today that officials in the SEC. Saying they doubt that anything will. One game will be played this year nothing. And their prediction or the SEC on the players at risk. No no, but does not play quaker state. Four hundred really was the most watched sporting event of the weekend. According to TV ratings about that edging out the PG Golf. And then there's voting today in Alabama if you're there. You vote for Tam Sessions, Tommy or former UC coach Tommy Tucker. Don't say it's not possible. Tub cover bills going to win about that well. There's some of the newsroom that vehemently disagree with you. In the past fifteen minutes like jeff sessions Yes, because he went after trump so, but don't. Tub reveal will the UC football program. What happens to the other sports football basketball carry today, and does Luke fickle? Then run for governor. Boy that'd be a tough choice right there. Mike Wind better listen up. He'd better listen to the cries of the people, and what did. I, hear today that there's going to be any act and day. Columbus dispatch. Going to be like a state, holiday February twenty sixth. Yeah, a new bill would create Dr Amy Active Day to celebrate the greatness of Ohio's former health commissioner put up by Representative Mary lightbody. It's probably heavy. And Ken. SMITH EUCLID DEMOCRATS THEY WANNA honor amy, acton. Let me ask you something. How does Mr House older and richer sites feel about that one? Thank you. That'll go a long way. Won't it about as much as Dancy Pelosi and shift, and now what's the Nadler Fazzari Jerry? Yeah I'm not sure that's going to pass anytime soon. Deal although Mike. Dewine would sign it if it got to his desk. Act on if she wanted to. Three times. Is that right? She won't come on won't come on. She doesn't have she doesn't have the guts. She doesn't have the Nice. Would you treat all my guests tonight? Exactly listened to, even though I disagree with right I. Let get their word out then. I. Rip them when they leave. Now had they named a new health commissioner. I kind of on the outs from the last three months. Male lawyer who doesn't show up. Except to. Sign, though just the governor and an Houston the lieutenant governor now doing. Thank you. We! We used to have Barbie and Ken. Now we just have can Barbie has gone. We got. We got used to. John I. Call Him Ken and Barbie. So he's. He's not talking to data. He's not talking today or tomorrow. Wow, but beyond this and what works? Thursday two. Worlds News. No way in the world. He can lock key counties down again. I mean that'll be spoke. This morning is Matt. Butler county politician, not Richard. K Right a Warren County. Yeah, a Clermont, county and a Hamilton County. Okay. There's apprehension but not a belief. Not Not an understanding but a concern, the governor for political purposes would lockdown Hamilton County because of me. Is this for? They're getting federal money in here? What I just said yeah me. I gotTA. Make Nice with the governor. On more than willing to eat, France Pie and sit down with monk. In Cedar Ville on the Porch, If. That's what it takes Luke to get. Hamilton County off. The list says know at at that. That's like that's like Yalta. Chip Hart has left Clermont County. I know. There's floors done, so he left. That's not the reason I was not chip Hart told me that he was scared. When governor said Clermont counties in the red and I have their families in Utah Picture today him. He can't get the motor home into a McDonald's drive through, so he's standing in line. It's a crisis. Between cars chipped art, the host of the big outdoors. He's scared. Clermont County Public Health spokesman Keith Robinson told the enquirer on Friday quote and the last seven months. Okay, we've had a total of seven deaths and the last two weeks six hospitalizations, not resulting in death. How does that square ripping in the red? So the thing about this say. Debts I don't get it one per month and a county with two hundred and ten thousand residents, seven total deaths everage age is eighty six. And the last two weeks. Six hospitalizations no deaths now removed up to the red status. Clermont County your reaction. UNBELIEVABLE ANTIBAC-. Wayne County about Tuscaroras got that right here. Hockey Athens sentiment was echoed in pick away and Fairfield counties in central Ohio less populous counties. They've had less cases than Clermont County. What about Lucas, but they're? In the Red Lucas is in the red. I'm asking a question. There's been four. Democrats on Toledo City Council yeah indicted. Okay, we've only had one, but we got five more under criminal investigation by the Special Prosecutor. PG setting fell Chris. He'll Bark Wendell young and Greg landsman. They're just waiting for their day of rain for the Hammer. Could we have. Could we exceed? What were Toledo is done and have five council members indicted instead of only four. Is that where we're headed? G Be better than Toledo wants to be the mayor. We have to be better than Toledo. Absolutely and PG says it's not about me. It's about you and what you want so pg about me. Because I'm going to be in the joint. Hey could be in the mayor seat on a work release program. You have to wear orange free PG. Get him out of prison. Get Him to serve as the mayor. I mean and he does this oblivious to everything around. Thank you oblivion, I know I'm going to sexy underwear business, so he gets in a sidelight. It does again from PG. I'M GONNA sexy underwear business I heard he ran out the former, a Victoria secret across away from US Kenwood towne centre up a lot of business in the sexy underwear business I assume. You got to do something, too. Many guys I know. When sexy underwear is that fair to say? where it Nah I, would not I normally go buffalo else. You go commando. Yes, I do. I have nothing to hide. Women like sexy underwear, and so does, but I respect that guy for that. He knew something good. Wife got a new family. Was She on Shark tank you when he got that Gig? Yes, he was. He's doing mail order sexy underwear from Lucasville. Say Give me out of the suits. report. We take more calls. How about this I'm taking calls? Will the on a history making day here the tri-state on this Tuesday. beautiful sunshine and Blue Sky. Ten days away from reds opening day. Are you sure? At least I think but nobody can go. Nobody can go, so do they play the Tigers? Tuesday Wednesday Thursday correct next Tuesday and Wednesday your scrimmages. Are we do right here on the radio? To Winston. Correct now, Friday I'm told is going to be a virtual party from the holy grail when none of us their virtual. We leave with the immortal words of the stew report which all Americans happy Thanksgiving. And may God bless you. That was a fourth of July dress from Bush forty three. Sake thank you. You're welcome as continue with more remember Dr Amy Acton Day. Which is February the twenty I'm begging February the twenty ninth as whether the automated. Skip it only one every three years us continued Bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred w Olivia. Billy Cunningham at Kennedy just. Not Talk to him off the air and he was in traffic. You had like eight thousand pounds behind him. So we're GONNA have to He said he's GONNA call back when it gets out of traffic so always good to hear from Kenny of Norway. gives us his eliminating thoughts and expressive fashion. One of the best calls I got I forget. The guys had called me I tonight and this afternoon. And said that ninety two year old mother in the beginning said this was a joke, and that not to go to work and shutdown has never happened before an American history ninety two year old. Nice, she has like one hundred grandchildren and grandchildren, ninety two years old, functioning and home. Instead of we've been through everything depressions Ward Ward Diptheria to. Rheumatoid fever. We've had a polio. We've all the stuff going on. And she can't understand how. It was possible that anybody would say go home. Shut down and don't work. You just don't do that as Americans overcome especially one. This is a problem in nursing homes, and not a problem in the general population. Unless you're at risk of something else like F, you have asthma underlying conditions, maybe a heart valve replacement. You're more at risk than some young healthy stud like Matt Steinman a little bit more, so I wear my masters right here. I got the. I got the alcohol I. I pay attention, but we're GONNA find out not today at too because the governor is going to make an announcement at two o'clock on Thursday. Two o'clock on Thursday about the next step in which counties are GonNa go from red to purple in the room, and it's only a room or not a believe. It's an indication that a county in southwest. Ohio maybe put in the Purple Category, which means everything is shutdown once again, which means the schools can open. That's Thursday to, and I pray to God that doesn't occur because the children are not at risk and schools exist for the children, not for the teachers or the administrators. Or the therapist or the IRS They exist for the students themselves, and as I announced two hours ago, according to the CDC there's about eighty million Americans in school eighty million, actually, the number on Google was eighty, two million call eighty million, and all of that time morning it right here CDC in the last six months there's been thirty children under the age of fifteen thirty died of Covid, nineteen and the typical year about two hundred, the flu, four hundred from suicide, six, hundred and twenty-five from homicide and forty, one hundred from unintentional deaths, including drowning children are not at risk. Let's continue with your calls. Shot on the other side Matt and make sure I. Don't talk. We got. We got Audrey Marianne Jason and your calls next five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, Bill Cunningham, the great, American live return with the reds, newsradio seven hundred. wwl W Cincinnati. Let's continue in your calls. The governor announced the come on today at two o'clock or Wednesday at two o'clock he'll be her Thursday two o'clock, which is raising speculations as to whether it'll be major announcements made about the nine to eleven counties in Ohio, that are red to make them purple. One of course might be Hamilton County so tomorrow. We're going to have on Denise Tree House, the President Hemmer County Commissioner talk about that, and so much more. Let's go back to the calls and I go to Audrey Marianne Jason Lee then many others. Others and first of all audrey, thank you very much for your patience and audrey on a cell phone. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show and Audrey. How are you? I'm great. How are you bill? Thank you for your patience. Thank you. You're welcome and I thank you for bringing us the truth. We need it right now. And I have to factual stories to tell you about to relatives I have in health care. are hospitals need to be investigated because we're not getting the number their true numbers because one relative told me that There was a man who had tested negative five times for covid yet on his death certificate the Doctor Marks Cove it. And instead of he died of natural causes and have at times, Families Complain, and they were paid us out dollars to keep quiet and audrey. The reason is the federal government will reimburse hospitals thirty nine thousand dollars, if it's a covert nineteen death, and if it's not a covert death, you don't pay when you pay for something you get more of it. When you subsidize, subsidize it or tax, you get less of it I. Know that to be true, and that's what's happening and because that needs to be stopped. They don't need that money for Covid they have everything they need and the other hospital same situation This person was a friend of the relative, and he said that he would be replaced if he didn't put Kobe down is the reason for death? Want to save their job of course I. don't blame that person I. Guess wouldn't falsify an official record of that title win. The hospital's administrator, said look. You have to market that way you you know. They paid for the Ba- band, so they call the tune, and what? Why is it so political? How come the whole system is setup political and then one conservatives call them on it. They accused the Conservatives Republicans of engaging in their behavior right. It's just too political now. They all just WanNa hurt president trump. And we can't get correct information from. The World Health Organization or CDC. And Republican leaders need to stand up. And they need to speak because they want. Our vote doesn't happen much, doesn't Audrey? No, it doesn't doesn't and also I wanted to mention about these mass. Since you were talking about those earlier. This surgical masks that most of us wear the paper. One is supposed to be for in Stir Cheryl environments. And we wear them. Do Grocery everywhere and cloth. Ones are worse because they don't filter anything coming in. They just filter. What's going out? And so they're, they're useless. They look Nice but now the surgical masks. They said you need to turn out. Replace Them every twenty or thirty minutes. Or other non sterile. We're hurting ourselves with keeping all that carbon dioxide, and and not getting fresh air. Tell you story. That rocky told me yesterday about. How is the perception of safety when it, isn't it? He told me the story and I'm sure it's true that. When you're in the middle of the south. Pacific and there's a day off for a ship that what happens is that the sailors men and women they jump into the ocean. They around and every time they do that. They have somebody with a machine gun on the deck, supposedly providing security in case, a shark or a killer whale, or a might manner, ray comes up that you can shoot the shark and so. So why from around? And gives you the perception that you're safe and so end reality. The guy with a machine gun will tell you look the sharks. Come up from the bottom up. They don't they don't circle. Yeah, you're done. But while you're out there, splashing around, you have the perception that you're safe. Reason the masters required. Is because it gives you the perception. You're safe and it's government control of your life, and it's got nothing to do with your own health, because it doesn't protect you at all. Out, so I can. If I in fact I, was I was in a building, and there was a couple and look like a male nurse, female nurse in scrubs with the top of the mask between the lip, and the nose and I'm thinking you know, and and if you don't try it, Audrey going into a place in Ohio or Kentucky not wearing a mask, he'll be shamed into restaurants and will wear a mask until we're ready to eat. Do you. Have to because you want to, you want to help that restaurant. Out Yourself I want to get out and and the governor said last week that if you wear a mask, we're going to get out of this pickle were in. We're going to go back to school now. Let's see what happens on I. Guarantee You that eighty percent or more of the individuals I see out in public facilities are wearing a mask. Unusual now and so we've done what they've asked us to do. Knowing is not going to help us at all, but we submitted ourselves to the authority of the state as a symbol of compliance, and so if this results in more crackdowns when there's not a public health crisis and the general population that will be sick now if I'm if I, or you are in a nursing home and eighty seven years old and bad health, we are at risk and there's. Going on, but in the general population in the Tri State there is no. CARE crisis and the general population, and the the Tristate Ohio is had less than one hundredth of one percent have died of Kobe. If it was one percent by God. Think about that one hundred. I mean. If it was to ever was one percent, we'd be talking about one hundred and twenty thousand deaths. and. We have three thousand. And get the flu and get over it like we do any other flu because. It's less than a seasonal flu. At this point Audrey. They want to convince us that they're in control. They know what they're doing and you better submit. That's why we're wearing a mask. It's not because he's going to protect me or someone else because we don't follow the protocols on mask-wearing. It's something we do, so we don't get yelled out. Let's continue Marianne Jason both have been there for an hour and a half. We've got to get them on and Lee Amy Jennifer and. And many others. Let's go to Marianne Marianne. Welcome to the bill Cunningham show and Marianne please go ahead. Hi, I wanNA know what I feel like. I'm screaming in the wind. What can we do to make dewine? No, we are not happy with the I'm not eighty percent. I am not four dewine. Because he's ruining our economy, he won't let he's not gonNA. Let the kids go back to school. So who do we call? Do, we do you tell us? Marianne the governor, every two or three days runs a poll and he get on that I like to get on the pole and say I. He's got seventy five to eighty percent approval ratings USA. Today ran a poll a week ago. The most popular governor in America is Mike Dewine. So. How do we make him on? I. I used to speak to him. I'M GONNA. We texted back and forth about a week ago, so I'm GonNa make an effort. Between now and Thursday to communicate to him. What is actually happening not in Columbus on Main Street? In Small Town America, which is where and how he got elected everyone. I won't say ninety nine percent everyone I speak to think this is completely overblown. That's exactly what I believe. Can I am seventy eight? I WANNA food. Pantry, I meet people all the time. I am healthy. Why aren't people saying? We're tired of this we have, and I agree with their first caller that ninety two year old woman who she was right. We have laid down and said take US whatever you want. Do to us, and we don't want that. You can imagine if the snowflakes alive today were in charge award war to Oh my God, we'd be dead. Beckons Deutsche Specialty Deutsche. Yes. What happened to America when I look at the polling, the clearly indicates way of extremely popular politicians who cracked down, but on the other trumpet saying wait a minute we can walk and Chew Gum. This is a problem. Let's open society. He is bludgeoned to death and his poll ratings, and like in the forties. When you shut down, your very explained to me how that's popular. It's not and you know what I believe. If we would've stayed open in the very beginning, this would be over with by now. We would all got the heard virus or whatever they call it an. We'll be back to life again this people. There's too many people that are afraid and I've not afraid I is ridiculous. Marianne at some point we'll have an expiration date. And when the expiration date comes, it's over hopefully. Meet our maker in a positive fashion. But between now and that date I, WanNa live my life as a great American I wanNA. Play Golf. I'm going to go out to dinner on a week. My friends I WANNA Walk I. WanNa Watch sporting events gonNA live I don't want exist. I WANNA live. And right now one third one half of us do not wanna live their life. They're waiting. At death's door to enter. And I wanNA live my life. Let's continue now. We don't stop. We simply continue got Jason Lee Amy than many others Jason First of all. Thank you for your patience and thank you for coming on the bill. Cunningham. Show and Jason Go ahead. Hey Bill. Thanks. A Lot the question I have for you and I think the question that I think all of Ohio wants answered is who is paying the band. That's playing the song. The wine is dancing to Dr NBA. Might, soon have her own day. I heard and that But. Who is who is? Who is the wine actually listening to fix you know and we know that the bachelorette giving out are facts are facts. They're incontrovertible. Nobody's dying in math. With this, so who is he who is telling me telling him to shut everything down jet Jason if we lived at a time. One hundred years ago the Spanish flu. Killed about six hundred seventy five thousand Americans and today's numbers out would be two point two million, so if we actually had two point, two million dead Americans and ten times that number and hospitals, which is twenty million. It would be time to shut down our society. I get it, but when we live in a combat. I bought in at the beginning. I did, too. I, I was given the numbers I was spoken to I was in. Florida was told to get back home. I was given a special pass for for the road blocks. That were coming and I said Oh my God, this is it and when it did not happen, and when people paid attention and the numbers to flatten the curve did not occur because there was no curve. We in the Mid West did not have a curve tube flattened. We were told eighty. Dead Ohioans, seventy, thousand dead hoosiers and Kentuckians, where we're going to have one hundred and fifty thousand dead, Tristate staters my that Oh my God hundred fifty thousand thousand people dead. It is time to shut up no your role, shut your mouth and listen after about a month of that I said now wait a minute. You told US AIMEE ACTON said on March. Twenty Second March twenty second. She said there were one hundred thousand infected ohioans as she spoke in every six days. Dot number doubles so by May first. We were going to have eight million infected ohioans, which means there would be. Be Eighty thousand dead. There'd be eight hundred thousand in the hospital and eight million infected I'm going Oh Jesus Mary and Joseph I better go and light a candle. Because if this happens, we're done and so some time around the first of May and listen to me for the last several months I, said no wait a minute and I talked to Mike. This is what you said and this is what happened. Why instead it's because of the success of people I said when I talked to those who run UC medical and Christ and try health. They're telling me they're empty. They're laying off. They're laying off ER doctors and a middle of a pandemic. He said that's a symbol of our success. I said Great. So when did we start opening things up? He said slowly, but surely that was in May now here we're in the middle of July and the rumor. Is that something more strident going to happen starting Thursday at two o'clock, and now the high winds can't even fly to New York and get off a plane. Yeah Willie, but weren't. We told that no matter Wendy economy reopens. There will be an increase absolutely. So this is not a surprise. This is nothing to scream about, and then claimed at the sky is falling dish. We knew this what happened this. Out of everything with the copay. This is the one thing that has come true that you know. They said what when you open things up, Hannah King now, but you have these massive protests together with opening up both of them together join to have more infection plus these pop-up sites. There's one this afternoon in Lincoln Heights pop-up spot, and when you have these pop-up sites, you're going to have more infection. It is important to be infected or not, because there's generally absolutely no symptoms you know you got it, but but what's important is hospital hospitalizations. Hospitalizations and I see you. How many people in the inquire has said that there's no increase in hospitalizations no increase and I see you, and in fact we're still under one hundredth of one percent and the general population or Ohio right now Kentucky has fewer deaths from covid nineteen on average and the seasonal flu, but Bashir and and the wind keep acting as if we're in this crisis that exists only in their mind, not in reality, and they keep holding his news conferences as if they're in the middle of a pandemic when they're not. These news conferences. Will they have the guts once after they and I believe that the one will start shutting down, and we'll do the stay at home order again. Well. He have the guts in in his weekly or Daily News conferences to tell us the number of Ohio, and that have lost their jobs for good, not just not just for a little bit, but so many businesses. CanNot whether another shut down and the at all so I I challenge governor to wind to Hammock guts town. Violence lost their job. How many families have author homes? Because he reacted inappropriately and having done something wrong, he cannot now go back in time and apologize. He's got his put his head down and put Clermont County into the red category when the and the last seven months they've had six deaths, and in the last according to the public health records, seven deaths total from covid nineteen in the past six months and six hospitalizations, and the last two weeks none resulting in death, and they're in the red category. There's a disconnect between the words and reality. On newsradio seven hundred wwl view. Dot Com Why Am Scotch on broadcasting? And Rocky Governor, not on today fortunately, but that worries me because he's going to lay the people's elbow down on Thursday Thursday. The BEHAN IS GONNA come out the People's elbow. It's GonNa. Be Andre, the giant with the Hulk Stir. And I. Never Thought Hawks are ever actually beat Andre the giant. Am I right or wrong. Thing people remember. Is that he by slamming I, but if Andrei wanted to fight? It was over I would take him against a grizzly bear. Now you have papers? Facts segment deals with poetry. You have a problem in your community. You're probably wall. Thank you hit the hit this again. From rocky boy meets buddy. If you don't think you have a problem in your community, you're probably wrong, so if you don't think you have a problem, you're wrong. So what are the facts? I'm just trying to understand everything here of why Hamlin County, let's say is potentially entering the purple right purple my way, so you know the criteria right there seven. Through. Who voted on this criteria Matt Steinman. Past Tony Bender Tony Bender so Y-. Every single one seven is I'm looking at here. Have to do with cases has to do with deaths. Cases and hop pop testing is a big deal. You get more of those automatically you get. Five of the set criteria number five sustained increase in outpatient visits, the data the set looks at the number of people visiting outpatient settings, including telehealth appointments with suspected or confirmed Kobe one, thousand, nine, hundred suspected, or can so I I have like favorite kind of look like you may have it so boom. That goes into. into Saturday how many thousands of bread counts number? Four counts sustained increase in your er data will show us the trend in a number of people who visit an emergency department cove, nineteenth symptoms or a Kobe diagnosis as a result of the visits, he could go to get your tonsils out and before they do. Hey, let's get covered pests. Your show news sums boom positive cover tests your added to the list analyst. County and the last ten days have had five or six hospitalizations, and therefore they've gone up. Four hundred percent hang counties at seven hundred ninety nine total hospitalization. That's total since February. Seven so it's one hundred a month. Yes, but we have two thousand five hundred fifty seven beds account. We Have Bethesda Christ good. Samaritan Jewish hospital. Mercy Anderson Mercy Health West mercy handling. Try Health and University of Cincinnati as up to two thousand, five hundred and fifty seven beds, twenty, five hundred, and it gets about like eighty a day. But, even if all all of them haven't at once, we would still have what is that over? Seventeen hundred available beds. Still you're standing any this shirt I. Don't think he is go ahead. Tell me to crisis. Three thousand deaths out of twelve million people seventy percent of nursing homes in the general population. You call it one thousand deaths, that's under one hundredth of one percent in Ohio of the three thousand sixty four deaths eighty-two had been under fifty. That's around percent eighty, two under fifty, hundred fifty. You understand that say yeah. I don't think seventy. It's two thousand and three hundred and sixty to seventy eight percent segment. percent of the House deaths have been seventy plus. We shut down school shutdown nursing homes. Schools and how many children in America feel six point six million? From K. through high school and then add what like. Twenty twenty twenty minutes. About so, how about just K. through high school? That's an America's about fifty. Six million of the fifty six million I assume half have a Kobe nineteen. No no absolutely enough. How many of added so from five to twenty four five to twenty, forty, two, thousand four, there have been one hundred seventy deaths of school aged kids k. through college. There's been one hundred and seventy th, and by the way Ben numbers been consistent for about two weeks. So it's fair to say it is under zero point zero zero something. They're not at risk there's. Bad and it smelled Jackie Yeah. So you saw California. They're gonNA shut down yeah. Down shut it down so of the nine million kids under age eighteen, nine million under eighteen California California, how many died from Cohen I would assume four and a half million. Snow Zero Zero so when? You know they serve like a million million half. Students shunned no zero zero. Zero. I'm watching. MSNBC also known as MS ESPN this morning. And they have a reporter out in front of the sewage treatment plant in Phoenix Arizona, and behind this female reporter. Quite attractive I might add is a VAT. Looks like circulating poop and she did a stand up, saying they can tell how much infection there is by analyzing the poop in the sewer system. Would you? Would you like to have that Gig? Wait so so in order to test me. They gotta stick a Q. Tip like all the way up into my brain in order to determine. If I got an accurate mortgage, check your you know what come on I'm just telling you. I'm watching this and behind her was. A Little semi droplet gets on someone cove nineteen, but to get tested I got sick. A Q. Tip always into my skull out the top of your head, and back in you gotTA. About this right for mortar Demi Moore I don't deal with facts. Go ahead, says you understand any of this, so this is in Florida Florida Department of Health. And all their positive They're confirmed cases like Friday. It was ten, thousand, three hundred. Saturday was a max of any state fifteen, thousand, three hundred, so news agency down there Fox thirty five is looking in this. The population has has everyone's got got hair grown out of their eyeballs well, they looked into some of these. These places specific testing locations in. Diagnostics right just is in some county in Florida it was reporting eight percent of their tests were back came back as positive impossible, so they dug a little bit, and it turned out that that actually isn't. What happened was only nine point four percent, so they had the decimal point moved in the Orlando. Veterans Affairs Medical Center originally said they had seventy six percent positively. They dug into start asking you questions and they admitted it was actually six percent. Why would they admit to lies? Then one caught changing because of the green lettuce or salvation. Get paid, yes. Well might dewine say Thursday at two o'clock. Hamilton County. You're in the purple. They can't. It'd be anarchy. With pitchfork. Can't physically can't do it. According to Larry Householder as long as his approval, ratings are eighty percent. He's not changing. How many polls even in your life have you been asked? Were approval rating for the governor not yet. Might Happen, I know no I said. Are you often pulled? Now. You know what we're talking about. No. Now. Why are we the mask? I had another expert. The mask may protect someone else. If you're infected, it doesn't protect you from catching it from somebody. And secondly you got to follow all the protocols on mask handling mass disposal. You can't wear the same mass more than like three hours. It's got to be washed out every night. It's got to be dried and so if you use it so. So it has nothing to do with public safety everything to do with submission to authority has got nothing to do with keeping you safe for your wife. Say for your kids as to do with you. Understanding I'm in charge, and you're not the image of safety I told you the story. Yes, tell the story about the separate, so my buddy is a naval academy cyclists. You might understand this. And again this has to do with safety versus that perception of safety so is in the naval. Academy and he's on a submarine right, and they go out way out in the middle, the alantic ocean cassie see land for hundreds of thousands of miles right so they come to the top of the water there and they allow them to go swim. Sailor nor jump out swimming. Will they put someone on the deck with an M16 right? In That person at say. Maybe that's a guy from Saint Louis. Might be the guys say. He'll be arrested, so they gotta go up there with M16 his job is to. A shark comes to shoot the shark. Okay, so my buddy and other swim round. Great Time we'll protect them back on the submarine. How long you've been doing about twenty years ago, so in twenty years. How many sharks have you shot or even? He goes none he goes. If a shark comes to attack you, it's GonNa come underneath the water. I won't even see. We've bitten half because I'm just here to make you feel safe. act. The image of safety in the perfect announcing safest isn't safety important. Don't you want not drive a car? Not Jumping Swimming Pool. What played golf? You must be hidden ahead. Why go bowling I mean match diamonds a great bowler, but every now and then he throws out his shoulder and can't bowl I. isn't it better to stay home in the closet? Get in bubble wrap and do nothing. In that better one of life has the have experiences. So when you're in your latter years, you can say more I did this. I did this and you bring your grandson. Your kids ever say boy. When I was young, I went, and did you gotTa have some stories tell? Your book about. Not Getting Anything to do with else plugs. Thank you. You're welcome. By the way pre orders are amazing. I am a tax from A. L. In college official says ask rocky. When's HE GONNA start a campaign to get rid of the word bomber from Saint Ex, he goes and kills a bunch of innocent people. Crusaders are done at Muller because of killing Muslim men, women and children, and also the Lancers are done because it depicts artifacts USA slaughter, innocent people, and the Panther Celebrates Yui, Newt Huey Newton Right Black Panther so elder. They're in trouble. So what's left? The rocket kills. Coleraine Cardinal. That's kind of A. Kind of a bird. That doesn't this small little chirping bird. That doesn't win the big games. Only one of the wildcats especially against Saint Action the playoff about saint excellent play offs all. High School will be a high school game this year. Oh Man I. Don't know I. I don't know. Any looking good, what about the SEC I? Am Positive? There's reasons. To play our kids are not at risk better off being on a college campus amongst other people of his or her age. Okay, that are otherwise unaffected by this with all kinds of treatment, availability and millions of dollars worth of facilities are they more safer, there or are they safer back home safer? Guam bars and no. Have you seen with? Teenage boys are doing now. Basketball baseball soccer swimming there camping. They're living life and their with others like themselves. They don't pay attention to any of this. So by getting back in school, you put them in a more of a cloistered environment lesson structure. Young people need drugs. You agree, say structure. What happened to him about that having to me? What about the girl used to date at Coleraine? WHO's worked without pedophile? What's her name? What merit was a tracy? What's her name? That was a long time ago. was supposedly she had somebody under her. That had sex with teenage girls. Have you seen that story? Say you talking about. What do you know about this? Know Nothing and. Whether. She turned me down I. Guess Lane Maxwell is. Singing like a canary right now. How long was she killed herself yet like the other guy and. The same joint humane murdered whenever to Maya Denard was the chief of staff to WHO. Owns you fit and Phil how many years like four five and now? She's singing like a canary in pg saying. This isn't about this isn't about me. It's about you well. Can you get a work release program to come back to be the mayor of Cincinnati? WanNa. Know is what if what if he walks up. There puts his hand on the Bible right hand up and all of a sudden. There's a policeman back there. Put the cuffs on him right before he becomes mayor. Because Toledo has four of nine. We might have five of nine with the gang of five to beat out tour Toledo. More of our, we got more corruption around here. No care about that I care about the whole county and other counties in Ohio getting shut down for no reason. Yeah, we. We need a candidate to say trust me Allsteel less than the rest. We, need that candidate to step up and say trust me. I'll steal less than the rest of the less corrupt. Less corrupt you're in. Rocky wanted to run wanted to run for city. Council should be my. I'll be less corrupt than most trust me I'm not gonNA steal as much as PG and Seal Bach, and Wendell I feel less there, you go rock. A free book. Go the motto is you vote for me to get a book? It's like Roosevelt with the chickens still less than the rest in every pot that now that was you. But how about harsher? than the rest. Not Bad, not bad. I'll try not to be locked up during my time in office. I'm only going to hire friends and family members and I'm not taking that big of a cut from their salary either some be honest. With the electorate in your mic remember, it's not about me it's. How does he stand up there and say that with a straight face I? Don't know I. Don't know that's that's. Inconsequential say give me some sports. We'll hear the stooge. Reporters Approach Service of a local tempstar heating air conditioning dealers tempstar quality. You could feel a beautiful Milford Baker Heating Eight, three, one, fifty, one, twenty four. I'll still much less than the rest opening day ten days away, will he is reds? Get still get ready to face off against those tigers now one week away now for the first scrimmage against the Tigers next Tuesday night. Can anyone be there? No, please continue borrowed at four o'clock the franchise tag deadline. Slap it on number eighteen AJ. I say yes. Nothing so because they're not gonNA, pay him. And not going to release them release. You GotTa Muslim Veterans fever for how much money's going to get like fourteen, million or something like that by the way, everyone is rooting against the preseason all we hate preseason games. You're happy that. PRESEASON Games canceled. How's that going to work out for a young rookie quarterback? You can't even Zad no ta days and gone no nothing nothing in person going with maybe two most likely zero preseason games. You can start day one. Borough to be really good he. He better have all the weapons. All the weapons and better have a better offensive line. Williams is back Jones ups. To win. While hopefully, get leash, make it through camp. Remember off still much less than the rest. Vote for me, okay? For Rocky, I'll still less than the rest. And I would never say. T shirt vote for rocky onto back to. Get a piece for you. Wouldn't be good. I don't know obviously what PG's doing succeeding so. Under. Criminal Investigation I'm running for mayor. Also Willie at Tom Burns your on Erin Andrews out. With dancing with the stars after fifteen years so. Wild rumors that you and Tanya Aurore. Tonight, he headed to Hollywood to take over. The the. Rumors are either tri-state going around tristate that you and Tanya Rourke. We'll be. As show been there done that, the answer is no okay. But. They want persons of color to do that. That's the issue. Maybe, a gay lesbian woman, and they aardvark by sexual transitioning male. And then you're in the ratings. Go right through the top. Okay, do they? Yes? That's what Aaron told me I used to date her, you know. I shouldn't say that. Pretend like I didn't say that okay. That from the record. Say Rocky we'll see. Don't come in here with facts anymore. PIANO ROCK! Come away in your time, right? How many school kids in California? There is nine million kids under age eighteen and there's been zero deaths. Shut down the school with Scott. Shut down the schools. Say Thank you. You're welcome. Say Give me out of the students report will the honor of a beautiful Tuesday here in the tri-state vote for rocky, get a piece of the Rock and I'll steal much less than the rest. We leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. Free Marijuana. Medicine both for Bill. S Still A. There was a time segment when not running for dude had. Roth for your at. I go by that restaurant every time I look, he's passed out with his gun and DESTRUC- and gun on his lap and a big Mac and his mouth. Drunk driving away to go. Well, he's Zelda. Do something make you in the news? Within a day? He was in the news. Really Rocky thank you. Could enjoying yourself segment. Thank you, you're welcome to. You have any idea what we're talking about. Maybe go over that maybe tomorrow. One of them's facts more. On seven hundred WWL W.

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11-6-2020 Bill Cunningham

"You heard about propane. Taxi propane tanks. Propane grill tank. Home delivery service and it's ridiculously easy to order a propane tank delivered right to your door. Now's the perfect time of year to get outside and grill with family and close friends or heat up the patio. Make sure you've got propane for any occasion. Go to propane. Tanks dot com. Use promo code tank ten and your first thank exchanges just ten dollars promo code ten for ten dollars tank exchange. No delivery fees no commitment and no contact propane taxi dot com propane grill tank home delivery from code tank tan nine here friday afternoon. We're blessed to live an interesting time coming up after one. Oh five today is Charmaine mccovey the woman who would be the sheriff. She was elected Defeated bruce hofbauer. And she's gonna come on about one. Oh six one zero seven pm today to talk about the sheriff's department until then it's you and me worked the phones talk to people in the trump campaign talk to one of trump's attorneys and the fight continues. I can freely report to you now that there's nothing that's going to happen and the next few days that will do anything but inspire the president to keep hope alive and it should be kept hope alive. It should continue. You may recall for those who can twenty some years ago that the media kept telling al gore appeal again appeal again fight even when the supreme court ruled five to four that it had to stop. We're now december. The tenth the inaugural is what six weeks away. And that's the every chance was according to the gore campaign at palm beach county with a butterfly ballots and they could not demonstrate whatsoever that there was some constitutional deprivation. The media kept saying the file. Go back to the florida supreme court. So if it's a democrat the media pumps them up. Keep going if it's a republican. What they want. They want trump to concede sometime today. Tamar sunday guess what it's not gonna happen and for those who want to dump on the trump that is disgusting. Think of what this president has done for us by us. I mean the american people but specifically the republican party and later on. We're gonna talk about some other issues about voter fraud in pennsylvania and we have some good theories on that but until then just a few weeks ago it was impossible for the republicans to win the united states. Senate you may recall. They faced the difficult map. The gop controlled fifty three to forty seven but twenty-three of the thirty five seats were up for grabs for republican seats. It was thought at that. Point that democratic senate nominee james harrison and south carolina would beat lindsey graham. He was gone and it was so stupid. That mcgrath mainly it was chuck schumer. Spent one hundred million dollars to defeat mitch mcconnell. None of it happened. So in addition to graham and mcconnell republicans cory gardner did lose. As did martha mcsally but susan collins. One joni ernst iowa one. Dan sullivan of alaska is about to win. Steve daines of montana. One thom tillis of north carolina about to win and then the two republicans in georgia both will win january. The fifth david perdue and kelly laughlin which means the republicans are going to have fifty two seats to block everything that the green new deal and opening up the southern port. All that stuff. We taken care of by the republic. There's one person that was responsible for what happened. The united states senate with all due respect. It wasn't mitch mcconnell. It was donald. John trump save the senate and stopped socialism from coming into america. One person the trumpster in the house of representatives. The smart money said that the democrats would attend to fifteen more seats in reality. They're going to lose ten to fifteen more seats and the republicans are on the cusp of seizing power again in the house of representatives because a one man now one man is donald john trump. So he's responsible for the senate and is responsible for the house. Plus can i talk about the federal court system for a moment who appointed the best judges the most conservative and the past fifty years. Donald j trump amy conybeare. That was brilliant. Unbelievable we have a six seat majority. In the united states supreme court and in the senate because of president trump. That's it and this factoid was i. i don't think those have looked at it. Can't find it in this cycle of twenty twenty. This is so twenty twenty first time in anyone's memory that not one republican incumbent and the congress lost lost his or her seat not won. Why donald john trump president trump save the house. He saved the senate and he saved the united states supreme court. Can anyone disagree with that. He's the reason we're sitting here at all. It was going to be a blue wave instead of a red soon. Nami everyone said and the experts hell one. Abc news poll had him losing wisconsin by seventeen points he lost it supposedly by one and yes there's fraud. There's waste everywhere and the electoral system especially in blue cities in blue states. Even in a blue city like cincinnati hamilton county board of elections runs like a smooth ship because the republicans and columbus control. What happens away of four or five good people say short break when allied becomes available. We're going to talk to jim. And steve and elmer and many others could be elmer henseler. I'm not sure any questions you have in the great american call in and about thirty. Five minutes charmaine mcafee will be here to talk about. What's the direction of the sheriff's department. Bill counting undergrad american. Live at your home of donald. John trump news radio seven hundred w auto view credit cunningham. The great american at the lunch mcafee will be here one. Oh seven today. Four media interview relative to success on tuesday against jim. Neal cuts one. Oh seven and elmer. On a cellphone inhering dayton three lines open seven four nine seven thousand but permitted to say a few words about though. What's happening. Let's you and i talk about under votes. I know that's a term that sheriff davis familiar wet. Bom explain what what an under vote is and By the way Vice president biden will address the nation. Tonight i'm sure claimed victory. There's been an allegation by some that. There was massive fraud and pennsylvania especially philadelphia which i certainly would find that to be not shocking because whether it's detroit or atlanta or philadelphia there's chicago. There's always massive fraud happening. In elections and black folks living in those cities well intended continually vote democratic against their own self interest but that is changing slowly but not fast enough for this president so and order for pennsylvania to be stolen as many big city. Elections are stolen. They'd have to be maybe as many as fifty to sixty or seventy thousand votes that night by campaign. I'm sorry. Poll workers inside the philadelphia board of elections. And is that possible. Anything is possible. Almost anything is possible. Did it happen. I have the objective evidence whether it did or did not happen and here. It is a lot of the times a voter you and i under vote. I don't under- vote in other words. I vote for every issue. All the way down the ballot. Especially if. I'm at home voting. If i got my ballot at home it's in my possession. I'm looking at it. I spent a little bit time on it. And then i put it in their proper envelope inside the other envelope and then i'd drive it to the board of elections so no point has the ballot left my possession. Once it is executed is mine. It's almost like having cash and sending through the mail. It's kinda stupid to send cash through the mail. It's kinda stupid to put your ballot in the mail. Because i don't know if it's two percent or five percent whatever you put in the mail two to five percent never gets delivered it gets lost or whatever i would never put cash in the mail normal ballot in the mail so if look on tuesday night the committed democratic activist. Actually counting the ballots philadelphia. And you've seen the video. Those are committed. Democratic activists demanding a certain result. Which is the elimination of trump as a presidential occupant in a hopeful. One and twenty twenty four. We'll talk about that in a moment for them to do that. They would have had to quickly put together. Fifty to sixty to seventy thousand ballots and there was about a four hour period when it was darkened. There were not republican observers as law required there to be the republican party had to go to court to get a court order to allow them to be within six feet so they can watch what's going on now and under vote means that your vote for the president and then not vote for anybody else because all you want to do is vote for the president. Or you might want to vote for congressman steve shelvin or warren davidson or rob sanders. And not thomas. Massie enough vote for anybody. Now that's unusual. A voter goes in generally in a big presidential election like this one and the first person they vote for is trump or biden correct. Now the under vote would provide clear evidence of cheating. Federal felonies by doing this if those democratic activist counting the ballots in philadelphia on tuesday night or early wednesday morning they knew the number of the head to get to because of the way we vote. Which is stupid. There should be no votes counted toward the final result after election day. It's election day. It's stupid enough to have an election month but to have an election day and then allow votes to come in on wednesday. Thursday and friday is really stupid however if those committed democratic activists who were counting the ballots opening up the envelopes. If they quickly knew the trumpster was gonna win pennsylvania. Is it possible. They committed federal felonies by voting on many ballots. Available for biden. And that's it. If that's the case the evidence is this they did not have time nor would they have taken time to vote down the ballot. Were they have cared. At presidential under vote is below zero point zero one by that. I mean it's unusual for a voter to vote underneath the presidential line and leave the presidential line blank as far as only voting for the president and voting for no one else. That would never happen to somebody voting. And they're catching. You got plenty of time right. And these are all mail in ballots so the republican party wants to see the ballots themselves. They want to look at the ballot. And if there's large numbers of under votes that is clear evidence of electoral fraud. Because they did not have the time to vote all the way down the ballot. They would have voted just for the president and no one else. Can you smell when i'm cooking. That's why the flame must burn. We must find out what to l. happen in every election. There's going to be circumstances. Were ballots are thrown away or found under a rock. For example there were three hundred balanced missing and willow township wisconsin. The ballots turned up. One one fifty seven for trump won fourteen for biden numerous examples of balanced thrown away. The the black magic marker in nevada that bled through the back of the ballot and all that stuff but this would take in pennsylvania right now. The president is down nine thousand eight hundred votes which allegedly another fifty thousand votes still coming in addition to the military overseas ballots and other ballots that were cast off to the side because they were contingency balanced to see those few thousand in nevada. He's down twenty one thousand north carolina up seventy six thousand georgia down fifteen hundred arizona down. Forty three thousand. So didn't just pensive could win pennsylvania and still easily lose the election. Do i believe there's massive fraud in big cities like philadelphia chicago detroit absolutely. It happens all the time but not like places like cincinnati or covington. Because everybody's watching everybody in this case. The president my president has been fabulous at reawakening the demands concerns fears of the average working person not based upon race but economic condition. So i don't know what the next four year holds. I would love the fact if donald trump would run for president again in two thousand twenty four. Now he might be seventy seven seventy eight years old but al. We selected a guy that was seventy eight years old. He's going to speak to the nation night. Allegedly we'll see what the president does. What a great run. No one in twenty-six teen could have defeated. Hillary clinton the only person possibly could have done it was trump and he did an unbelievable fashion against the media. The empire strikes back if the democratic party. I said this in two thousand sixteen new on november the tenth that trump was gonna win on the eighth if nafta and the democrats knew that they would have done everything in their power to stuffed about box. Vague trump in two thousand sixteen. He almost won by mistake. Because the media knew the outcome before the vote took place. Which was hilary's gonna win. And that trump had no chance we all know that trump had no chance they were shocked. And this time the media and big tack hollywood liberals progressives so-so socialist will not let the president when a second one last thought before i go the calls until this election the greatest number of votes ever received and the american history was some sixty seven million by obama in two thousand twelve and sixty six million plus by hillary clinton in two thousand sixteen. The president donald john trump is gonna receive north of seventy million votes. Seventy million unfortunately by going to get seventy four million. Seventy four million that means about one hundred hundred and forty five million people voted and because of whatever it is covert nineteen released by the communist red chinese to knock down the world because they were suffering the specific intent to hurt america europe and india covert nineteen and they got it done. They hurt the empire strikes back against trump for being the only president in american history to fight the communist red chinese as biden bush and clinton collapsed before beijing but this guy fought and they released a virus or indirectly to make his election uncertain an punish the world because they were suffering no one in american history will doubt that trump change the course of republican politics for the better the republicans would not dominate the senate but for trump he brought out their voters. He spoke to capitalistic and economic concerns of average americans. Black white yellow red brown. Whatever they might be. His message is about economics not about race but to attack him. The media always use race to attack him to defeat him. And i fear they got it done despite all these objections. I'm so proud to have met the man. I believe he's going to run again for be hayes with a split term and i will be part of his effort to be reelected in twenty twenty four as much as anyone else because i love that guy and i love what he's doing for this country. Imagine if hillary clinton had been in office the past four years and then have joe biden office now. having an eight years of obama. america can't recover from that. At least we have a conservative court system. That can stop. The socialistic whims of joe biden and comma harris and god. Help us all if something happens to biden and commonly harris takes over. God help us all. She's to the left of bernie sanders so politically. I want joe biden now to take vitamins. Take his charitable. Keep his teeth out every night and put in that little dish to stay well and stay alive for four years. God help us. All comma harris takes over the presidency and twenty twenty two is going to be a big republican year and twenty twenty four. If president trump runs will be a big republican year. It's happened before split terms. He can run again. The constitutional amendment. I think it's twenty six twenty seven says that you can be elected to two terms. He was elected to one. He can do it again. So let's take a short break. And i would say this the communist red chinese this smart. Are they brilliant. They had a president who was fighting them. Defending your interest bring back. Manufacturing jobs erect tariffs. Make them be punished for what they've done to this country in europe confront them in the china sea and now we're going to have an administration. I fear never roll over and play dead. Are the communist. Red chinese smart enough to release a virus in november or december knowing it would metastasized in america about a year later which is now to help defeat their arch nemesis their arch. Enemy president trump. Because they had things going well with the bush and obama and they knew with hillary clinton it would continue to destroy american middle class and that they would sell us the rope to hang ourselves and now the trumpster has brought back american middle class. American manufacturing american jobs erected walls on the southern border made it difficult for illegals illegals to enter the country. And stay here. And joe biden will take another path but are the communist red chinese this smart knowing that trump when after deal with covid nineteen in the summer and fall twenty twenty when he was seeking to be reelected and they would be distracted completely from the punishment. He was inflicting on the communist. Chinese are they. That's smart because they could not declare war on us militarily. So they declared war on us economically and medically the cost us literally trillions of dollars and they would be the only great superpower standing and now things have been manipulated to such a degree by the mainstream media. That joe biden who's mentally impaired control and rule for the next four years and i pray to god joe biden sale live the next four years and then here comes donald trump the empire will strike back maybe for him sometime in the next week or two the campaign will end but a sense for those of us who care about him care about his concerns and care about the american way of life. Our work as americans must go on the causes that he spoke of so well must endure. The flame of donald trump continues to burn in his dreams. Sean ever die. I've passed that message on this morning to one of the trumpsters lawyers and they're in full combat mode. They know it's dire but they wanna see what. The ballots are in if there's massive under voting only for biden and no other votes when those votes were conducted at home and mailed in that is evidence of a massive fraud. Because that's not the way voters vote at home. Voters fill out the ballot. Because you have plenty of time if you're democratic counting ballots philadelphia. You don't have time to fill out the whole ballot. You vote for biden and pass it on and so the lawyers for the president. Want to see the ballots because the philadelphia committed federal felonies by barring the observers designated by the republican party to watch what's going on they put paper on the windows and they kept observers fifty to one hundred feet away with binoculars. Federal court order was issued and when present it what the order philadelphia election official officials ignored it. Let's continue we have Elmer todd gerry. Harry jake ken thousands or hold. I'm gonna invite in sherman mcafee in about ten minutes and then after that. I'm going to deal with this issue right now. The entire media big tech hollywood media is going to go forward tonight and tomorrow. The election is over. Why don't you concede don't fight anymore with al gore. George bush keep appealing keep fighting. Depends who the candidate is. That's losing fighting if it's a democrat keep fighting if it's a republican you gotta stop ballots. Forget about the waste fraud and abuse. Forget about all that stuff but remember the trump the trumpster over seventy million votes for president. The greatest in american history next to joe biden honest continue better know hopeful the future not so sure. Joe biden has got govern as a conservative democrat against the wishes and whims of aoc in the socialist. And i wanna stay very healthy. Take his jarrett tall take his vitamins. Put his false teeth in a dish. Keep his hair all plugged up. 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It's a fascinating incredible story that she began at the bottom of the hamlin county justice system in jail and work their way all the way up to the like the chief deputy position and charge the jail and then her and jim neal had a falling out and then she filed a lawsuit which i think is still pending and then she decided to run for the big job herself and she won and sheriff elect charmaine mcafee. Welcome to the bill cunningham. Show and charmaine houria. I am well how are you. How do you feel in this friday afternoon when you cry. Anticipatory was at a relief. How'd you feel when the results came in. We were thrown. We were absolutely thrilled. We were very confident going in. But you know i mean. There wasn't margin there and and we did see that my opponent restock bauer. He he got from the west side and really all through hamilton county so but we came out with such large margin that we were able to hold on by a pretty good pretty good spread. So yeah we're thrilled absolutely. I'm doing great now. As far as the there was a news story the last day or two about your pending lawsuit is that we'll be resolved you represented by the capable randy freaking rarely. You can't sue the sheriff when you're the sheriff. So how does that. How does that work. I haven't worked out the details of that yet. I really don't know like i've said from the very beginning. This lawsuit is about my due process. That's what it's about i want. My due process was not given that when that report was written. Which isn't in my opinion work. The paper it was written on. And that's what i want. I want my due process. I want my day in court to clear my name. That is my main focus so you may not settle the lawsuit then and become the sheriff and still continue the lawsuit which allows you. Were wrongfully discharged. A couple of years ago by jim neal because of your sex or sexual orientation so that may continue after. You're the sheriff. Well it may. Willie i you know i really don't know and you know i'm not an attorney and i. It really is up to the attorneys and prosecutors office to communicate how we might work that out. And certainly i'd be willing to work it out. I'm not a person that wants to prolong some kind of conflict. I mean we gotta get and we've got a. There's a lot of things to do in the justice system. And that's really what i'm focused on you know but you don't gotta work through this and and it's a process but i hope it gets over very very soon. That's my goal. Sheriff elect mcafee. I want to read to you. The first line of a story written by the inquirer cameron naito that was posted to yesterday. The first line says i'm quoting the inquire quote. Her story has taken social media by storm. A lesbian sheriff. Who campaigned against the man who fired her one unquote. I read that. And i'm thinking it's a labeling of a person based on sexual orientation which i don't think is appropriate but nonetheless it looks as if your sexual status and its revenge. So when i read that story the enquirer. I think about lesbian sheriff in revenge. How has that story wrong house out story accurate. Well it's wrong in the way. Willie that you know my sexual orientation is a very small part of your. I mean i worked so very hard in my career to accomplish the things. I good i think that just by portraying me in one light as a lesbian which i am and i've been life long i mean i you know that's not faithful to me and i and i hope you know that people will stop sensationalizing it honestly because i would have run on the fact that i'm about accountability. Transparency in criminal justice reform. And you know that it isn't a fair way to portray necessarily but the other thing that's good about the article is i stand by every quote. Everything i said in that article i stand by. It's fact it's who i am. It's what i want accomplish in this county. So yeah you know. There's good and bad with it. I think i guess you began at the absolute bottom and the sheriff's department like thirty some years ago. Describe your first job in hamlin county sheriff's department man. Well i was a jail service officer When i showed up first day in uniform they'd literally just gave me directions of where to report. I didn't even know exactly who i was reporting to. I just went to the building that they told me to. I pushed the button. The door opened. I walked in. I had to find my way around to fine. Captain gibson who i came to love and appreciate but for the rest of my life and she just three me a bunch of keys sit in gave me directions to my four and dorm up on the top floor and so i walked up there and The officer in the dorm came to the door. A noted watch occasion said hey have a nice day and i said wait. Wait a minute. I said what am i supposed to do. And she said oh. Don't worry about it. The and they will tell you. This is like this. Lincoln stokes in the nineteen nineties s. When was this. Oh this was a this was. Yeah this was i. Eighty the nineteen eighty s early. Ninety i believe is when this happened in the early there and yes like it's dench was chairman and i remember him. He was funny. That guy was funny. Oh yes yes. I like my constituents and so i am very Great stories about your workouts. That was my first day in the workhouse. For and i was in the workhouse when i was in the public defenders office for those that don't recall. The civil era workhouse described that building. Oh okay i mean. It was no air conditioning. There was very little heat so you were hot summer in frozen the winner and the windows but what we loved about it all the officers that work there as you can get fresh air. I mean the windows went from forty ceiling and you could open those windows and and it meant a lot to us to have that light and the people who are incarcerated. Oh was a there. Were no toilets in the cells. No running water. I mean you really had to go in there. I'm sorry they tore it down. Because i really think it would have been great historical site. Nobody would have believed that. The inmates had folder coffee cans in the corner of their cells to go to the bathroom in it. Because you didn't want to always go to the bathroom. They had no running water. No air conditioning. Really no no furnace of any type. It was stuck. I went into the first few years of my career in lawn as a lawyer. And i said i can't believe this is this is america. This looks like nicaragua. that's absolutely true. Really i mean. It was amazing and the officers that work. There were so very courageous. I mean we just we dealt with that situation the best we could and we kinda suffered right along with the prisoners really and you went from the bottom of the bottom and you became a major and running the jail and for those who say to me. Well who's charlemagne mcduffie. Is she going to be some left-wing defunding police. And i said let me tell you what she worked for side lease and john donovan and they promoted her regularly until she was in charge of the jail. So how bad. And she. And i don't get an answer from that. That's exactly right. Yeah because i did. I worked for simon lease for twenty six years. And you talk about a sheriff that commanded respect. I mean respect. And i know that not. Everybody agrees with everything he did. And and certainly. I don't but you know he and i sometimes don't share the same view but he ran that sheriff's department in a very nice way by being very cleanly making sure everybody followed policy procedures and yeah. He was a very formidable man. I i actually did enjoy working for him. Will you follow the kind of the way of lincoln. Stokes simon lease or something in between sherman macguffin. Because one thing when you're in the jail with side lease even the inmates when he'd walk around the jail and i was there a few times when he walked in. The inmates paid attention they said. Oh my gosh there. He is in even the inmates behave. Better what did what did you learn from silas. It'll make you a better sheriff. Oh i learned so many things from him. Willie really one of the first things. I learned with fiscal responsibility. And the fact that sometimes you have to say no because you are held accountable by the voters of hamilton county to be To be the manager of their funds and their money in that system the other thing. I learned from him as i walked through the jail within two and he would stop and talk to prisoners. I mean he was so personable with them and they really knew that they. That's why they pay attention to him. They knew they could approach him with a problem and i watched him many times. Stand and listen to them and then go right back to his office and make the senate if decisions and get things done. So you're respect. Simon lease certainly. Do i absolutely do. i'll say it. Some people may say well. I don't agree with that or whatever but that's me i respect him. I watched him work and he was a man that that had a great deal of personal integrity. Will you reach out to him in the next few weeks to have a have a lunch or breakfast with him i would love to. I would love to sit down with sheriff lease i you know he did so many good things for me. I mean really did In the end. I think you know I don't know if he agreed with exactly who i was. But but i tell you this. No i'm not like you know what He promoted me twice. I was in charge of some of his most prized programs. The honor guard the jail academy. I mean the swat team. I was lead hostage negotiator. I mean those were things that attention to life and yes sir. It really was and you know. And here's the kind of leader he wasn't. This is why i respect. And when you went to simon lease he made a decision. He didn't give you the runaround story. No i mean everybody knew. And if he'd looked at you and said charmaine mcafee. I want you to do this. You said yes sir and you did. It wasn't like what's your opinion. What do you think he. He asked opinions but when he made a decision. There was a sense of charisma now on other issues. Let's update things to covid nineteen. I'm told that there are many many deputies that have tested positive for covid nineteen which is not their fault. I know now. Many lawyers and judges that have caught cove at nineteen so it just happens and also the prison population has struggled with covid. Nineteen because of the circumstances so what what can be done differently or better at this point to make sure that the men and women i guess in black and gold and the inmates aren't catching more and more covert nineteen. Well the first thing we're going to do is get back to the basics. There are really Stringent cleaning protocols that we have in that jail that should be followed and they are not being followed. I mean we should be following every cleaning protocol and even putting some more on property that the officers are be dated to wear masks which they will be. When i'm sworn in his sheriff every officer in that jail and in the courthouse will be wearing a mask and convince as many of the prisoners to wear masks masters. I think i mean obviously. We don't wanna go fighting with people physically to get him to wear masks. But my jail and i have a lot of it is when you communicate with this guy is better incarcerated and you get vying and educate them on. What's at stake. They generally will go along sure. There's a lot of challenges in jail with funding in overcrowding. Right now the sheriff population is way down because so many have been released. Court largely is not in session. It's amazing lawyers are complaining. That they can't get their cases tried litigants or unhappy The courthouse largely a shutdown. It's on its back because cove nineteen. Are you going to. are you going to say to the taxpayers. At some point in the next one to three years we need a new jail. No i'm not gonna say that to them. And i've made that very clear. I don't think we need a new jail. I think we need to fix the system we have. Why would we build a new jail on talk of a system that we know his operated in a very nineteen fifties model that needs to be updated. And i mean all the way around the system. I don't just mean the jail. I mean every practice in criminal justice system which is very complicated. We need to take a look. We need to change that system. And i don't think we need a new gym. Montgomery what's your position on defunding. The police i am absolutely opposed to defunding the police. I have never been on board with that. You know. I understand the police. I am the police. And i've been in situations where officers need every available tool that we can give them to handle certain situations and that goes right up to hostage barricaded situations where people have armor piercing rounds. And i mean. There's all manner of people out there. Who really can hurt you until you and i am absolutely opposed to defunding the police when i speak to. Some township trustees you must go unnamed at this point. They're concerned about a criminal justice. Approach where Maybe you because of All kinds of political considerations may not provide to the townships they same level of policing that share of neil and sheriff lease had provided. What is your view. What is the approach. You're going to take about the sheriff's policing in the townships this from the beginning i am a law and order candidate and i am law and order. I don't put up with any shenanigans. I don't put up with any Misconduct and you know. I want to provide the best policing options for every neighborhood in our county for every community. And i work with those communities. I don't. I hope that they'll come to know me and know that. That's absolutely a false assumption. I'm the sheriff. I and that means law and order and everybody knows i mean business. And that's from the deputies all the way to the prisoners every one of them note. We're all gonna follow the rules and we are going to provide as much policing and safety as necessary as much as people want out in those counties not now lastly What your relationship now with. Jim neal i am told. And the previous administration there was a little bit of uncertainty about the handing over the keys and talking about things. I think from the public perspective in other words as a taxpayer i want things to run smoothly and it would behoove all of us to say can sheriff shirt remained. Mcduffie sit down with share of jim neal and kind of work out. What the problems is that something you would do or not do. Oh i absolutely would do it. S that is something. That is an option. If that's offer to me. You know. I work with anybody. I've worked in a system a very long time. Willie i mean you know and i have learned to reach across the aisle. I've learned to work with people. I'm a great collaborator. And i don't hold anybody in any How do i wanna say that. I'm not vindictive. I know people try to portray me that way but my friends my family. Everybody knows i'm not a vindictive person you know. This is all going to be water under the bridge. The main thing i am focused on is how we move this thing forward with as little issue and problem as as we can get by with. I mean that's that's the thing. I have a direction. I wanna bring command staff to the table. That is going to help in that direction. And what i said. I wanna do and i'm gonna do. My campaign is exactly what i intend to do. Congratulations that's going to be a change. Change can be a good thing or a bad thing. I think it's going to be a great thing. And i think when someone cares as deeply as you have cared and walk the journey that you've walked and now you've gone from the bottom to the absolute top of the sheriff's department and a lot of people were responsible mainly you but mainly other people responsible and look into what you've accomplished and what you've done and you've got nearby hard work perseverance. Fear of god and love of country. And i wish you nothing but the best. Thank you willy. And i would love to say. You are a great america. Thanks i want you to be great. Sheriff all right. God bless you thank you very much charmaine macguffin and thank you. And she's going to take over the first part of january and away we go all right. Let's continue with more coming up later. State representative we think vernon jones of georgia. What's happening in the peachtree state and more wanna get your reaction to what's happening politically with the trumpster. And of course. I will relate to you some results that telephone calls and research that i've done where we are with the recount and more bill cunningham newsradio seven hundred wwl Client broadcasting well. I'll tell you what it's all women women through many years in decades of this. That's right well. It seems like you're more this year than anything. Twenty twenty equals last nineteen years but at late nineteen thousand a much rather be on the outside trying to get in then on the inside defending i love this guy. The calls indoors right. The flame will never die right. In fact i've told the powers that be that if trump runs for office beginning in twenty twenty two i will be with you until december of two thousand twenty four to get him elected goes. He's done things that no republican no republican at a chance in two thousand sixteen except donald j trump and it's correct this cycle without trump. The senate doesn't stay republican and the house doesn't lose seats and the supreme court is different. He's the most consequential president to the republican party. Since calvin coolidge cabin coolidge mercy. I love calvin coolidge. I love that guy. But i'll tell you what i'm proud of what he's accomplished kate fighting make sure every vote is counted and i stand. What the trumpster. I will go down with this ship. Consider me. I may get a tattoo emblazoned on my chest. That says it'll be one of those. What the trumpster. And the back of a pickup truck with the bandanna on and a rocket launcher in his arms. I may get that put on my chest. Which penny gonna say. You're embarrassing yourself again. Oh but sag. Where do you stand. I'm with you willie. All the way with ted mckay the 'cause indoors the flame will never die will. Yeah the reporters quilted aloe vera semi brand. Well it's by brand. I just saw man wheel in three hundred rolls of triple ply and it made me uneasy. What did you know. Kroger is is limiting now the toilet paper you can buy again. Yeah that's riding. Mcmullan said i call his cell toilet. It's the ceo kroger you fool. Call him up. What we're can't you buy toilet paper. Well you can but it's limp. They're limiting it again. You can only buy so much every now. And then they had that run no pun. Intended guy like us got a pre. You're full of crap guy like me. I'm full of crap which you have taken half those calls in the newsroom. Into pass three hours you would slowly. They're calling you everything but we'll The students report is a proud server. Local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers. Tempstar quality you could feel in cincinnati coachman heating and cooling five one. Three sixty nine hundred. If i'm criticized for being loyal to a friend. Criticize away willie. The bengals this morning were made aware of two of the team's players tested positive for covid nineteen thirteen they're offer ten days The players are not into facility since wednesday under the national football league by week protocols players of be tested daily and we'll be back at the facility until next week they're not anyway right correct. Good timing Fines for mask violations of the national football league. They find steelers head coach. Mike tomlin one hundred thousand dollars let and the team two hundred fifty thousand dollars for not wearing masks during the win over the ravens. Who's got more issues than a magazine. Stay last sunday. There's dave lapham and dan. Hard wear masks. Yes they do during the broadcast. That i don't know i'm not down there. I need to know. Well ask them call him up. How 'bout governor new cima california says. What about if you have thanksgiving there are rules in place one. Yeah the table must be outside too for what it's like. Fourteen below zero here on thanksgiving. Don't ask stupid questions. hell number one. The tables outside number two. Everyone is six feet apart. How do you pay a pass. The potatoes take two days number three. You must wear a mask. And he says he said he eat while you cuddle correct view. Only pull down the mask. When the food goes in as you're chewing put the mass backup number three number three. If you go to the bathroom you must go into house. Yeah and after each use disinfect. The bathroom oh you just don't go. You don't go outside like everything everybody else does. Like in the corner number four. It can last only two hours and for you. That's only an order at thank you. That's only like an appetizer. When i started thanksgiving hit out again what the hell thank you. That's what's coming with. Joe biden eat outside six feet apart. You mean like if i get mcdonalds. I got to eat outside six feet. What i glad. I didn't vote for him. He's in california your fool that i'm glad i didn't vote for him to feel about the trumpster loosening. No kami sharp object comment and my neighbors got seventy million dollars seventy. That happened at all. How many how many candidates did the democrats have like twice six animal handling so by double double during the debate. They are though the primary thing there. They had like a two tiers of rows of candidates and they picked joe biden. Yeah and he gets seventy two million votes seventy five at the end of the day. The trumpster is going to have seventy million and seventy four million. You know how many votes obama got and twenty twelve not that many sixty seven. How about hillary. Hillary got sixty six. Trump's getting seventy million and losing and losing and every republican congressman including. Steve shabat wins. It's this has never happened before where the republican candidate lost and every republican congressman one. We'll we'll nancy. Pelosi continued to be speaker of the house. I hope so. She represents the democratic party shurmur. What schumer whatever. i hope. So him goal chef guy. Adam schiff tony as he back. Yes okay great. Can't wait to see him on. Tv every day they started their gloating yet. Yes they see cnn. Oh i saw last night. It was unbelievable. How they what they were saying about our president at some point they stood up and did the macarena in unison. That's for sure an anderson cooper anderson. Scudo they can't say speech hate speech. I didn't know we'll fletcher could dance that well along with arena. Yup one of them did the alligators and potatoes. And the blue have seen. It would mind cnn. Dana dana bash. Do the twist mother. We have wayne allyn root on sunday night. Oh yeh wow. Nevada hasn't figured it out yet right. They're still counting. He's up twenty thousand. He's down twenty thousand votes. Here is the macarena. The cnn new themes anderson cooper. Go applets or gym scooter. You say we play a lemon. I kind of like the video honestly video home. Sag maybe glory of. What's your name board border. She makes me sexy dance to not. Well that's one point. They stood up and started dancing. I knew it was bad for trump right there. And how classy was anderson. Cooper saying he was like fat turned upside down nice. That's an insult turtles. Amen to that turtles fat. I don't think so. Anderson cooper literally said that the president of fat. I think the national turtles association ought to get a hold of them. Sheriff dave music suam. What does he say anybody who speaks portuguese or spanish saying he said i voted for trump seventy million plus not enough. You know what he got in two thousand sixteen sixty three million if somebody research before the election trump's get seventy million votes and no congressmens gonna lose. I'd say you're out of your mind. It's impossible right and then lose right. No can't happen. The empire struck back with a vengeance. Yes we shall return indoors. The flame will never die the trumpster. Yeah nobody executive session meetings held and mar-a-lago christmas. You knew i just spoke to. Yes i do so there will be executive meetings being held. Okay 'cause and doors on the flame will never die. You're headed you're headed to the double wide next week. For what is that. could it be preliminary talks. You can't say hurricane strike though it's a tropical depression. Depression trump depression right now. I need some ritalin or something jimmy. Something that do that. What a hurricane dead right goes goes on and go. It goes in reverse over cuba and hit south. Florida is that do must've known i'm going there next week. That's probably was a call. The hurricane biden biden is going to screw things up in south florida. When the powell. Now the powwow is going to be after. Christmas doesn't doesn't it nearly like a A deal where the president. The outgoing president leaves like a note. You know what's coming guy. At the end the oval office desk is going to begin with an f. And with you. That's going to be the note and let figure can you see it in the two couples co lunch or something. What do you bet. The trumpster doesn't make it to that photo now. Home media for the inaugural is going to be focused on the trumpster. Oh and then you have malania next to jill and it's going to be the and at some point the trump helicopter land and the white house grounds and take the trumpster up. He'll give everybody that one finger salute on the way out there. You go trump alec. Good luck to you. How we're lookin' marty not good right. Now we're pissed off. The inaugural is going to be unbelievable. Fifty million people there instead of the. What the trumpster had right It'll be more packed and stacked like i. I go down on my friends on. I'm sorry i go down with my friends. All the time i'd go down with the ship is yes i say okay. Clarify that police by the way a great story the inquirer right now about Brittany ruby even in dark times. The ruby family shines into sad story. What government's done to restaurants very sad. I i look the best. He's the best brittany is and you know. Charlie's the best in You got the great operators. Gotta get that freddie salad when you go there. Now to go trios brakpan sarah. The best go out. Eight steve washing machine hidden valley. The best so what i'm saying is some point. We're going to get back to normal. Larkin ron market ron's roost. I miss him. i missed olga more than ron. Even why could they come in here. Just one time is out legal. I don't know we have to change the signs over here. Willy on are we leave him up until Twenty twenty four. So do dave hit the macarena music. We got signs. There trump pence make america. great again. now what are we going to scratch out. Two thousand sixteen twenty as you're going to bring in biden signs said electing amid his neighborhood of mason a few in his own yard too he said really. I'd rather be outside the castle fighting to get in and inside the castle defending bingo. Msnbc is doing the macarena boll branch man segment. Give me out of the report coming up next to the calls from the american people hate this. What's he saying. Dana bash. Cnn could dance at well. It must be taken lessons about. Anderson cooper calling trump a turtle. Cuomo guy was dancing. Chris cuomo yeah into he's another clown segment. Give me out of this report. I'm going to hear from the american people. Beginning with harry and dayton's has been there for two hours. I i'm gonna take calls after two o'clock i'm gonna wanna hear the fat i want. I wanna hear from trump nation. Yeah the biden. Backers biden backers are welcomed segment out the will he and honor of a beautiful friday here and also the weekend and good luck to high school. Football teams all across tristate tonight. What about princeton. And also you see tomorrow and the bengals aren't playing sunday. Thank god they got kovin. We leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. Go back a little bit if you were to dinner table and kind of laid out for us. What's on the table. Foodwise roasted gravy. Of course try extra gravy damage greymouth you mentioned gravy and extra gravy mashed potatoes and gravy potatoes. I like i like my green beans with bacon and onion kennesaw kate. I like him soft. I don't like cut green beans french-style green beans cut green behold green beans turkey turkey dressing. I guess they're cutting what else you got garlic. Best darla grits and the ice cream later the desert pdf. I've said sounds good. Nobel butter beans and once in awhile depends depends on bain. You know you have the butterbean or the green beans mashed potatoes. You know for me. Garlic grits good. And luton that the average greg. 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Nutrition you need and the flavor that keeps the family coming back for recipes and more visit. American pecan dot com the great american biden backers or welcome. I also i mean you're not thinking right but you're an american. So we have a couple of biden backers gonna call and i want to set back shut the hell up and listen beginning with padding newport plus i want to hear from mike kroger says it has cap the number of a household staples to per customer for toilet paper and other items as covid nineteen cases and jitters over new potential. Stay at home orders. Climb my good friend. Rodney mcmullen nation's largest supermarket said it implemented limits. Few days ago to be proactive. Adding that is not seen a jump in demand for key staples including paper towels disinfecting wipes and soap and toilet. paper company. Said they haven't had any difficulties yet but says to ensure that all customers have access to what they need. We proactively temporarily set purchase limits for two per customer and certain products. So this is the keep. I run on the store. You know what i'm saying. It's going to be run because There's rumors and i think what i'll do to sheriff dave's permission and twenty minutes. I'll call mike off. Mike dewine off the air. Cfo come on there. Because that is a news conference on thursday it seemed rather dire. More strong measures may be taken because of the uptick and covid nineteen or judges and lawyers all over that. I know that have covid. Nineteen the majority of whom have little or no symptoms. A couple of them have rather serious symptoms. And so we're going to see what happens and this comes at a time when we're going to have difficulties because of the weather also wanna compliment alison rogers and her husband. Josh weather meteorologist. Allison rodgers a channel. Five brigades for eighteen hours. Before tying the knot in august oneness plan but There was a cancer. Diagnosis flipped their world upside down. Took the plunge into marriage quickly haven't looked back and robinson the husband josh robinson was diagnosed with cancer. And i've met. I am not to my knowledge. I've not met alison rogers channel five but Live in hyde park looking engagement rings. He was diagnosed with classical hodgkin. Lymphoma cancer is caught early. The prognosis is good. But with that Josh robinson asked alison rogers to marry him and it got done within about eighteen and they decided to skip the engagement skip. All the planning went to the courthouse. Got married said. We're gonna live our lives because tomorrow is promised to no one and that brings to mind. I gotta get to the calls. I know that In the law. I've never had a close friend in my life than stephen are adams just a wonderful person. A great father spectacular lawyer who was killed on sunday morning now tomorrow saturday at one thirty. There's a public celebration of life at the boathouse. And no one lived their life more fully and had more friends and more more. Friendliness and stephen r adams he basically created in this community idea that if you're stopped by the popo and you blow above the limit point oh eight or for many years of his point one. Oh that number one. You shouldn't say no to the popo and number two. Those are things you should fight. He created the idea that a point one or point oh eight is not tantamount to guilty. Took the same course. Work as cops would take then. He tore part what they were taught then. He had experts at with tear apart the cross examination through cross examination of those who gave the breathalyzer or the talks. Alizer he was riding his bike and what she loved to do. He was an avid physical. Fitness not stephen are adams represented ohio in in in various athletic pursuits. The ironman competitions in which he would swim two and a half miles in the ocean and then he would bicycle for fifty miles and then he will run a marathon after that all in day consecutively and the only thing that could do because of hip and knee problems toward the end was riding a bicycle getting assuming polls is difficult and of course very difficult also to be running marathons all the time but every day it would take his bicycle. anne would Go down eastern avenue from the boathouse. He loved the boat house and he'd go down eastern avenue hookup with lankan airport dude like to six mile around the berm and then go back take about an hour and ten minutes cleared mind for reasons unclear. There was a vehicle on sunday morning about six forty five. Am that hit the bicycle of my friend. Stephen adams who. I was with two days before his death came to over our house and by the way when penny my wife. The people's judge got outta law. School ron penny. Uh-huh hired her as a magistrate for six years and dr court and then she wanted to prosecutorial experience in joe deters hired penny but most importantly a he said to. Stephen are adams. Wanna you train Our new prosecutor penny cunningham. And she stayed there. Under steve's tutelage for about two years and then governor voinovich appointed her to the to the bench. I d r. She received every award. The bar association could give her and then she was appointed by governor. Taft to the ohio court of appeals where she stayed for more than twelve years. What began with stephen adams. Helping my wife and the prosecutors office and that along with ron penny. Oto launched her to her career in the law and she retired with the thanks of a grateful nation about a year ago and we saw him invited him over. He came over to the house about once or twice a month sitting at the kitchen table. Talk about seminar. We have justice. Sharon kennedy on the phone talking about availabilities in december would discussing whether or not it makes sense to do a legal seminar in this climate. We decided to delay it and that was a seminar at height regency once a year that steve created ten years ago in which One hundred lawyers and judges and prosecutors would come to the hyatt to listen to steve adams talk about developments in dui drug and alcohol law and he would teach prosecutors and judges about the new developments in the law. He wrote several books. Most recently was called. Dui blackjack about how to have defense lawyers on a vehicular incident to represent clients. Who were wrongfully charged. So is so ironic that my friends spent his life representing individuals invasion incidents and he dies in a vehicular incident. I spoke to some law enforcement officials this morning about the person that did this to my friend and i understand. There may be some developments happening over the weekend or next week but nonetheless It puts in perspective things that we think are important and it's important to have the right political leadership it's important to have a job or career. That is interesting and provocative it's important to have a few bucks in the bank and pass it on to your loved ones but when something happens like this to a friend who didn't need to die he's done nothing wrong in his life that would cause his death and he was exercising. One might argue whether or not being in the dark on eastern avenue. Early in the morning is safe or not. put that off to the side. What differences it. make an incense. When i was told this morning about the investigation of apprehending. The person responsible. I was interested to hear what was going on. With the case. And i pray to god that person receives a full measure of justice. I will do everything in my small abilities to make. It occur because what he did was unspeakable to stephen adams to his body into his wife and two children to die alone on eastern avenue in the dark and horrible pain by himself and says something. I can't imagine so tomorrow. Saturday at one thirty. The public is welcomed to come to montgomery and boathouse to celebrate. The life of stephen are adams. We'll never see him again. Doesn't exist on on easter. He'd come in here with a literally. An easter bunny outfit on if it was the fourth of july to go out and have made uncle sam outfits. He'd walk around bars and thanksgiving thanksgiving on that wednesday before and a turkey outfit handing out his card and we had disputes about whether or not that was very professional or not. But my god was the entertaining. You could not be around. Stephen adams with feeling good we were talking just before his about him and i and the wives going out to las vegas because of seminar in march. And we're we're getting the dates. Let's try to make it happen. I like going to las vegas. But i said might be tough to go there in this climate. Who knows what it's going to be this. Covert nineteen is isn't getting better. It's getting worse as exhibited by the fact that a kroger. They're limiting purchases so that people don't begin hoarding toilet paper for god's sakes that wasn't steve's character at all he was giving he was warm was welcoming charitable causes that he benefited and he died really in the prime of his life of so much life to live. I'm i'm in the top of the seventh inning. He was in the top of the fifth. Like thank you play a whole game at ten to fifteen more years to learn to teach represent and a light up the lives of people like morita's wife and mark airs some of his great friends many years ago he wrote a book with Judge mark painter together and he was just a spectacular human being who died sunday morning by himself on eastern avenue and the early morning hours killed by some incident that is still under investigation so it puts in perspective your own life. What's important suddenly. You stop on a dime and say what happened when i got that. Call from from scotty. Crosswell fellow lawyer. I merely called family members and i called merlin's shivered akron. We just spoke. And i just got a very nice note here from the from the leader of the vicar of the seminarian beach avenue father brownish. Whose elder man. He runs the seminary so well. They sell all for mass for the repose of stephen ours. Adam sold tomorrow penny mentioned it to me yesterday. And i'm listening for a bit this afternoon. Thank you father brush. And it's special unique and different every now and then there was a section of the reader's digest many many years ago i think it's out of business now and one of the sections was the most unforgettable person i've met and the reader would send in. This is an unforgettable person that i've met and they go over that person's life and how it affected them. I've met many unforgettable people. One of them was steven are adams because he cared so much about his clients and he he loved his wife and his family and he wanted to help others and he had numerous friends that he just lit them up. And whatever you steve would call me or come over to the house. He lived in oakley or i go over there. It was always a good day to be with stephen. R adams was a good day. There's no lawyer. In america who had more success in defending drug and dui cases and stephen r adams who literally wrote the book on the cases he wrote the book how to defend and the best lawyers in the tri-state and prosecutors and judges including a justice of the supreme court would come and listen to. Stephen are adams talk about how to defend a dui case how to prosecute a dui case how to conduct an intoxicated. What are the pitfalls. What are the advantages. He knew it backwards and forwards and he presented it in such an amazing fashion one moment during that presentation which happened once a year. That if somebody asked a question that made any sense he would turn to his son. Abe honest abe who is now a ten year old boy. Anita little boy. Little steve adams son would have an outfit on commensurate to the occasion with a bow tie and he'll always so proud and mere steve returned. Honest abe and save abe give. Some milk duds there that lawyer that judge prosecutor. He'd run out there and his little suit little bow tie on and he kept telling me it'd be like my dad. I want to be like my dad. And it would give that person milk duds or some cheez doodles or something to ask a good question. Normally go to these seminars. We have to do twenty four hours every two years and kind of boring and dull about the rule in shelley's case of the rule against perpetuity out fell affidavits on a roll sixteen. You go to a stephen are adams seminar. They repacked in people wanted to go because number one. He bought them all breakfast and number two. It was fun and every year when we had a date. It would fill up quickly because people wanted to hear. Stephen are atoms. I'd be there in present for about an hour and then justice kennedy or someone else would be there to Last year we had f lee bailey. We flew him. Into uh to talk about sam sheppard oj simpson and so much more to have that life taken wrongfully on eastern avenue on sunday. Morning is so sad so i want to acknowledge that he met his maker unexpectedly. And the tri state has been lost a little bit with his passing for those who knew him he was special. He was an unforgettable character. So this is a general public call out and mark heiresses organizing it one thirty pm tomorrow at the montgomery and boathouse which is a facility. The steve loved and where he would begin his bicycling everyday up eastern avenue. I mean six days a week normally seven up eastern avenue delong can around the six mile loop and then go back and all of us were somewhat concerned about taking that route. But steve away steve lipped. You gotta live your life away and not the first bicyclists to be killed. It had a pg executive that i knew very well who got that call and it was a shocking and then also had Bob gatherings wife from madeira died also. Was someone coming home and who was drunk. And somehow in the morning ran into her she died. Bicycling can be dangerous. But you gotta live your life. I think life is dangerous. But say prayer and i wanna thank father. Anthony brow of the seminarian anderson township for a prayer for the repose of the solar. Stephen are adams he was special unique and everyone knew him will miss him greatly. So let's continue with more. I'm sorry for that. But i wanted to get that out for steve. I'm gonna miss him terribly. We'll talk on the other side bill cunningham seven hundred w out of you continuous more. I always like to hear dispirit opinions for two reasons. Number one is solidifies. What i believer secondly and allow me to test my own judgement. Airing some opinion with which i disagree to cause me. Maybe sometimes to change. Which i've done on rare issues goma's always right but gay civil unions not gay marriage civil union something that i've either grown or changed onto bending your perspective but sheriff. Dave says we have several biden backers. And i want to hear what you have to say and then we also. I'm gonna try to get all voices on hold on to be heard before three o'clock and that would be we're gonna begin with david. And the nathan pat and then Theresa and mike and laura looking to my left eye anticipate Tonight at eight o'clock. Joe biden addressed the nation more or less as president elect and i want the president to continue to do whatever he wants to do the next month or to pursue this. Maybe it'll help in the next election and make sure democrats don't cheat as much as they normally do in a may make law to the fact that you can't vote after election day let's see where it is fear abiding backer i will hear from you and archly will try to listen and understand if possible. Let's go to david. And columbus and then pat in newport and then laura and thousands of others and and mike and i guess that's a milford go to david in columbus and david and columbus to home at the state capital. Welcome to the bill cunningham. Show david please go ahead. First of all really might to offer my condolences for your. I'm very sorry for your loss. Thank you. I am Also i owe you an apology for a social media. Post that i posted about your mike. And i'm very sorry to call you and your wife white trash so cleanly set my my apologies. I'm sorry i wanna make my point here. Willie that we have a democracy. That's very fragile right now. The biden team went out and they gained almost seven million votes more. They basically went out and did the homework they did. They did the time they did it. I think it's time for america including you to come together and make this country move forward. Not everybody's going to agree. But joe by will do his very best to run this country the way. It's intended to be run. We don't agree. We have difference of opinion but our electoral process is the heart of our democracy and we cannot tear it down. Not on wwl w not on. Msnbc not on fox. Not on cnn we need to pull together. Our democracy depends on our electorate. We have to count on. The people could count these boats that they're honest not that everyone is going out there to criminal to cheat donald trump out of his election. That's wrong anybody that supports that does not support democracy thanking sir for the time today david. Are you still with me. Yes i am sir. Many years ago. That was the way. America worked that when the politicians were elected they took off their political garb and they became office holders. And the tip o'neill and ronald reagan. Relationship is a good example of that. Something happened about thirty or forty years ago. Maybe it was the rise of cable news or the rise of internet activities and social media. But at least from the time the kennedy went after bork things change completely and all of a sudden you continue to be political during their time in office and now whether it was bush with the iraqi war that turned out to be wrong or whether it was obama telling john mccain win elections. I'm not gonna listen to you about obamacare or whether it was the democratic party. Such as hillary clinton who said a few weeks ago never concede always fight or whether it was james clyburn of south carolina. Who said a week ago. That if joe biden done win the election it's illegitimate or nancy pelosi. Who said a couple of days ago. That just as amy coney barrett is i could give you numerous examples as you could give me from right to left and left to right. Never stops at some point when we have a race to the bottom. We may get there. I would much prefer the old system of government when once you get elected. Forget about the hyperbole. The vitriol and work on behalf of the american people. And if joe biden over the next four years can cause republicans like mitch. Mcconnell and mccarthy. I think the house is going to stay democratic for about two years likely in two thousand and twenty two flip again but i must have a much rather have a world day but that you described in which okay fight like warrior poets but when a winner is declared accept it wish them the best. Unless do what's best for the nation and joe biden. Does that number one. I'd be surprised because afc. Nancy pelosi chuck schumer. Well let them do it but nonetheless. Joe biden does that that'll be a benefit to the nation. I agree just great. that happen. Thank you david. Let's go to ethan and sydney then pat in newport the home of the victory bill. he's in in sydney. Welcome to the bill cunningham. show ethan. Go ahead thanks bill. I just like to say thanks for taking my call and sorry about your friend there. But i'm just as pissed off that you are. What are the chances that dumb ass you gets our minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour and how that's gonna affect or small businesses eighth Naser difficult days and politically. But you know when when a friend is killed. I mean we're all going to die. You're going to die. I'm gonna die. I wanna be shot in the head by a jealous husband about thirty five years old when i'm ninety but nonetheless to die i mean that's your goal. They're worried about trump being raises and the way he handled but none of them are mentioned anything about the south hundreds of thousands of abortion and they support that. That dude is lost his mind. What bill before they get too upset. I like to invite you to around a golf and a beer. And i'd like to shot out to more cultural allen middleton and my dad dave shemmel who was a great american and so are you and let's do some golf and i thank you thank you for your call and no one. No political party has dumped more crap and vitriol on anyone more than the democrats have done to donald trump and his supporters. Sunny hossen on the view just said yesterday that the seventy million of us who voted for trump are racist. How do you begin a new conversation about moving forward together when the alkaline and the devotees of joe biden are calling people like me and you nasty racist who are either stupid and don't know what we're voting for or secondly. We intend the subjugation of african americans and by the way she's black that and to have and i mentioned this i think on wednesday. Somehow nancy pelosi at that. Point still is the highest elected official in the democrat party. The speaker of the house issues the most disgusting defamation against conybeare imaginable by saying that woman's woman is illegitimate. She should not be judge. She should not be on the supreme court. The mother of seven from notre dame so if somebody wants to say all those comments rescind the investigations of donald trump. take away the ugliness. That comes almost every day. Out of the mouths of anderson cooper and jim scudo. Cnn who said that trump. Last night anderson. Cooper said trump reminds me of a fat bloated turtle on his back dying. Those are the nicest thing so it's nice to declare victory and then to say let's bring the nation together. i would say to my friend from columbus. Go talk to nancy. Pelosi talked to chuck schumer what we're kind of. Ads are running against shabby. What kind of comments were made about. Mitch mcconnell when rob portman runs in two years. I wanna see the vitriol directed toward rob one of the nicest guys you wanna find. Yeah okay have an arm assist piece but let it begin with you because you're the one filled with hate speech and then what occurs the trumpster responds to what he's being attacked in the most vicious personal ways like no one in american political life has ever been attacked this side of abraham lincoln who was attacked viciously by democrats of his day so it's great to declare victory. It's time for peace or joe biden. Tonight can start that by dressing himself. The nancy pelosi and chuck schumer address yourself to the money that three hundred million dollars wasted on vicious attack ads to turn the senate blew in. It failed begin. Let there be peace on earth. Let it begin with nancy. Pelosi and chuck schumer and cnn and msnbc. the hollywood left kathy griffin holding up the severed head the bleeding head of donald trump. She re posted it yesterday now. Hollywood left let it begin with. George clooney matt damon come on. Let's talk about peace beginning. Now let's hear it so i agree. We should have those conditions. It takes two to tango takes to shake hands and for those who call for disarmament. Be the first going out there. I like joe biden to say to democrats quit. Race baiting republicans all the time. I like to say cnn. Quit referring to the president as fat. Bloated turtle dying upside down and sunshine what they refer to him at a minimum. They question his sanity. I mean there's available. Evidence to joe biden is in great decline. I hope mentally. He can stay at the level. He's at for the next four years. I want to live a long life in the presidency for the next four years. And not pass this off to senator harris so yes it is time one hundred percent. Let's do it. Let's do this with sheriff dave's permission of course why don't we take a short break and then on the other side i have about five or six minutes. We've had people on hold now for about two and a half days. I hate the fact that i'll be leaving. I'm scheduled trip tomorrow. I'm sorry on on monday. And i'll be gone for a while a couple maybe ten days or so anytime to get my batteries recharged and i hate the idea of leaving here without all voices being hurt. So let's take a short break when i come back. We have six calls on hold. I'm going to give each caller forty five seconds and do not beg for any more time let there be peace on earth my friend from columbus and let it begin with joe biden on newsradio seven hundred w automobile. Have you heard about propane taxi. Propane tanks propane grill. Tank home delivery service and it's ridiculously easy to order a propane grill tank delivered right to your door. Now's the perfect time of year to get outside and grill with family and close friends or heat up the patio. Make sure you've got propane for any occasion. Go to propane. Tanks dot com use promo code tank ten tanks changes just ten dollars from khotan ten for ten dollars tank exchange. No delivery fees no commitment and no contact propane taxi dot com propane grill tank home delivery promo code tan just in time for the holidays. Fill your home and your season for less at homedepot dot com with up to forty percents off a wide assortment of select vetting and bat linens. Update your bed or bath. Online right from the comfort of your own cozy couch even get free. Delivery and flexible returns house back for holiday. Cheer up to forty percents off holiday home decor improved from homedepot dot com. How doers get more done online on free delivery on select items forty five dollars or more visit homedepot dot com for more information billy cunningham behind because time constraints each of the six callers get approximately forty seconds. And don't beg for any more time. I go to go from bottom to top laura. Mike theresa pat brian. And then jim. Let's go to laura for wilmington home of fighting quakers in the dairy queen. Laura you got thirty five to forty seconds. Please go ahead number one. They say that the common thread between the mass murderers that they always tell somebody in advance always and whether it's on a post or whatever and there were comments that were made way too many times online that you see on. The night of the election was a mirage for donald trump. and that it was all gonna disappear with a mail in ballots were counted and they kept saying over and over again. Wait for the mail and wait for the mail. Lange chance to me like a pretty concerted effort with made Was all about the malines. And that's how they were gonna do it and i do believe that kayleigh mcenany and Huckabee sanders or two of the greatest females to walk on the political spectrum and now enjoy watching them listening to both of them gonna reminds. That's enough. Let's go to mike and milford than theresa on his cell. Mike go ahead. Forty two and a half seconds. Barry i'll make a quick when trump leaves office. How long will it be before he starts campaign again. Because i don't see the trump family going away. I'd say three to six months at the most good wanna being res- rally. I like the guy. God bless america. Let's go to theresa on a cell many others tracy. Thirty seven and a half seconds. Teresa go ahead social witch. I'm going on right now. Willie my girlfriend just called me and her twenty two year. Old daughter is a charitable. They are going online choosing everybody of voting for trump. And if you admit to it. They said their socially canceling you. They are going to make sure you never get a good job and they find you. What is happening to this world until i mean re. So you're saying on social media if you admit to being a trump supporter that cancel culture will hunt you down and put a wooden stake in your heart backward she sang. She said she's so afraid to talk to anybody because they are doing things that are just wrong. And nobody's holding them accountable. Thank you for your call in. Your comments is now to pat. Brian and then jim pat in newport. You got forty seconds pat. Please go ahead. I voted for joe biden. Because i to live in a democracy not an autocracy. I want some civility and decency in the presidency. I don't want a name. Caller and aligarh the president and ceo and joe biden will have a national plan for kobe was. We're four percent of the population and twenty percent of the death. And it's disgusting. Thank you very much pat from newport. Let's go to brian and hartwell. Then jim and pleasant ridge. My aunt lived on lisbon avenue. I love pleasant ridge chilly. Let's go to brian. You've got forty seconds brian. Go ahead miss cunningham. Thank you for taking my call. I love your show up and time for a long time to get through to you. This is not political This is about mr adams I had something happened to me. Unfortunately on fourth of july two thousand nineteen. My first call was to mr adams. Returned my call in five minutes. Set me up with tad birmingham out of his firm tad took really really good care. And i met. Mr adams personally wants and at great guy. My second point is. Here's my solution to the border wall. We dig moat. The length of the border take all the dirt from that. Raise the levy in new orleans. Take all the invasive species from florida and then silver would that take care of the entire problem. Thank you for your comments. And lastly jim from pleasant ridge. You have thirty seconds. please go ahead. Really for condolences on. Stephen are adams your buddy. It's back at your first taller. Wants everybody to come together. I wonder if that would have been as tune if donald trump had beaten Biden and of course in some people's minds did where where was the by when they were violating donald. Trump's constitutional rights and illegally wiretapping. Him and surveilling him and his family and his campaign when he was still a private citizen. Where was the combined when he was impeached. Twice neither of which went anywhere for things he didn't do combined. Nancy tore up his state of the union speech on camera. Finally they called him racist. Every day of his four years in office is done more for african americans in this country than any modern president including block obama when he was president and joe biden when he was vice president. That's enough for pastime. Jim thank you rachel your next. Are you prepared prepared. As i can't be considering everything that's going on. Let's continue with more bill cunningham. Newsradio seven hundred wwl w.

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"Welcome to the successful farming podcast. I'm jodi hanky this. Podcast is brought to you. By pivot bio proven productive. Weatherproof turned to a better nitrogen with pivot bio proven. Forty learn more at. Www dot pivot bio dot com. Very little and his son. Eli have been farming together. Since eli got out of college. They raise corn beans wheat cover crops and livestock. When barry's dad bought the farm in the nineteen fifties. It was all crop ground and he struggled to farm it successful farming's mitch. Keyser talks with these two men about how they're bringing the land back to life and saving money at the same time i'm ally little and we are at the blue river ranch headquarters that very little here. I'd add an eye then parme together basically since I got a college and that was in two thousand thirteen. We do corn beans wheat cover crops and we have cattle chief hogs chickens. We try to integrate everything that we do getting cat allowed on cover crops and getting them out on all of our fields and trying to improve our soil. Health is kind of our number one priority or out here. They healthy soil. That makes the healthy animals and healthy food. I think one of the key things montauk about this is the grass as you do have here and the fact that one that was rounded joe at one and then went to crt right. Now you're back in the grass talk a little bit about that transition and really the reasoning behind this. Well okay so we have about four hundred acres of grassland that we have as pasture now most of that used to be tilled land and it wasn't productive a lot of low riverbottom gown and it was put into crp and then from there we put it into past year and we've been rotationally grazing it year after year more intensively getting into a routine every year. And we've really seen the soil improve and often a lot more diversity in the plants that weren't even plant their cattle and resting paddock's really helped improve everything out there what do cover crops play in the grasslands and we talked about the fact that you're interested rotea we got into cover crops here about really about five years ago and it's really allowed us more options for grazing late summer and into the fall where we can get catalog off of the pasture land earlier that will allow it to grow better in the spring and we also have a lot more available if we want to do some stockpiled grazing in the winter. It really allows us to build up those pastures To utilize that ever crossed. We talked about now. Plan diversity here but while life the thing that you guys are doing shoes increasing and wildlife as a result right so just talk a little bit about the wildlife you guys out here and why you think. They're here at nine wildly. A lot of the cover crop fields have have a lot of looming plants. A lot of it stays green through. I've seen green plants underneath until late into december and that's allowed a lot of wildlife habitat and in years where they say that a we have a lo- pheasant population or we're not seeing a lot of deer don't really understand what people are getting that there we go out into these cover crop fields into these different grassland areas in and we see so many peasant scare up a deer here and there and i think are management practices has allowed wildlife to really improve on ireland. So has has a health wrestling's improved. But i do grazing props on cropland. Suggesting arrest is also a change in the grassland because so by being able to plant these cover crops on fields We're able to take the cattle off of the pastures and rest them for as long as as they need to or as long as we want to instead of getting thirty days. Rest on a patach. We can get forty five days or sixty days and that really helps allow the the grass to grow fully and improve the health of soil and the health of the plant. And 'cause you don't wanna you don't wanna come in with the cattle too early in. Suddenly you stunt the growth of a plant. That needs a little more time to get going. So that is has really helped the plants on our pasture. How often are you rotate. When we first started with with rotational grazing we rotated cattle. Every five days in forty five acres. And now we're down to six or seven acres sometimes and moving them once a day and as we go on and as we get more practice we would like to go to two times a day. Moving maybe a couple of acres if if the forward is there and do a lot more intensive grazing that way and you'll really see a lot of improvement and if if you're able to manage that way. So how long have you been doing this. This is kind of a two fold question. How long have you been doing the rotation grazing and grassland and the cover crops and look at inserted. So we i get started on the on their rotational grazing. About ten years ago. It was just mostly inspiration. We started attending seminars on the success of people who who are doing these rotational grazing and cover crops. And all those things and the more those that we went to the more that we realized we were doing wrong and we might think that we got it all figured out and then we go to another seminar and suddenly. Oh we have something else that we can improve upon and that's where we're at now is trying to do our own thing but also trying to use our influences to better our practices. What if some of the big resource have. I imagine the at work with wrestling coalition. Acs we work with nrcs for many of our programs that we are involved in. They help us out tremendously. And we also work with a game fish and parks and i know that the local elevator gas parma's elevator has helped us out with cover crops mustang seed and. They've been a great help. We couldn't do this without the help of of all these resources including the grassland coalition as well you talk about the seas win run. Cpa grasslands nixon grasp so right when the crp was taken out ten years ago. We didn't put anything in the past years i that time but now we got some influence That we should be incorporating seed into that and we did a little bit this year. Can i try to help some some troubled area. That's an in ear gated past year and we found that we got a lot more forge out of it by adding some clovers and some oats. Just right into the soil there and we're going to do a lot more of that as years. Go on especially with with the gated pasture. We have a lot more potential there. So what did you water up there. As far as honey my taking our crp inputting directly into past year we were qualified for some programs through our c. and gave fishing parks and they cost shared putting in waterlines and we have this one inch plastic pipe knowing right into all the hawks and we've made them made it so we don't have to have a pipe running here there. We run them along the fence line between two areas. Utilize that one waterline better and we can use it on both sides of the fence and we don't have to have as many lines that way but there's just one one centralized well that supplies all of our paddocks so our cadillac drinking out of portable water tanks that are on wheels and they just have a float in we have quick couplers and drinking the cleanest water. They can drink. Obviously you have to make money using need doing things that are now helping online. But they're also helping the lan helping the soil got that they'd sue roads and so it waters clean right Just talk evolve. What the practices are doing beyond just making money. What are they doing for the land. And how's it doing something the you know it's take care nature involved earth. Yes so when we get into what we're doing we don't just look at at the catalina have out on pasture we don't just look the crops in the field. We we go so far beyond that looking into the ground and into the soil and plants and they need to work i to get everything else tour and it needs to be not only sustainable but also repetitive. Because the more that we put into our soil the more care we take of our soil the more benefits. We're going to get from that soil. And that's that's really what we're focused on and it it's helping us with our online helping us cut a lot of costs that are unnecessary such as fertilizer and spraying and keep keep cows out on the soil along into the winter with cover crowds and full season grazing. And we we don't have to bring them in to the feedlots and we don't have to feed them. We we cut a lot of cost. We're also we're making money that we can't see right now but we'll see it in the future when talking also talking about soil in the crops in cover crops in the grasslands you know tonight sustainability definitely didn't work in the area you guys have grassland because that was stuck till lower And kind used up really. You had regenerative for sure because you had to bring us back all soils that we're dealing with whether it crop cropland or grassland. We're concerned about all oil. We want to improve on all of our soil and with our practices. We can do that and really one of the main key soil health things that we like to use is integrating livestock on on all and we really believed that. That is the number one way to improve our soil health. Every year we try to incorporate cattle on as much land as we can one of the questions that mitch asked eli was what got him started in cover crops when we come back very little joins the conversation and talk more about their cover crop journey. We all know a few fairweather folks. There around when the food comes out of nowhere to be found when the cows around with on life's uncertainties you want a reliable partner with you rain or shine when it comes to nitrogen. There's a new predictable choice. Pivot bio proven forty that tiny nitrogen producing microbes. That have a big impact on your bottom line. Pivot bio proven forty predictable productive weatherproof. Get reliable partner. Get the new nitrogen. Get pivot vile proven. Forty one of the questions. You ask a you lie. About what got you started in in using cover crops and i wanted to address that the first year the idea that our graphs was that we were gonna get a little bit of grazing out of a wheat stubblefield before corn stocks were available and so the first year at work wonderfully because the cover grab grew up darn near waist high and we put the cattle out there and they got a lot of feed value out of it and then for about three years in a row it was dry after wheat harvest and we couldn't get a cover crop established and we couldn't get anything growing but we kept trying it and our goal is to extend our grazing season. So that we don't have to feed any stored forages and last year we got to. I believe we've had to feed for forty five days. We couldn't get anything out of the fields for the cattle degrees at that point but this year we've got like six different things going on for the cover crops that planted. We had some oats that we we had this year after harvest. We planted that to a full season. Cover crop but at the same time that we planted the oats put in four varieties of clover which got established. So by the time the oats was harvested that was already growing. And so that's going to be our first forage to graze this fall and then after we harvest we plant turnips and radishes and allow the volunteer wheat to come up and that isn't growing very well. We had kind of a cool September and october and didn't get a lot of growth out of that We also add about one hundred acres of crop ground that was to what the plant to corn soul about the fourth of july. We got into that and seated it all into cocktail of cover crops and one of the things we're kind of excited about for the future is going into standing corn when it's less than knee high and seating some cover crop into that kind of go dormant over the summer but as soon as the cornstarch to dry out in the fall it starts to grow again. We're hoping that that'll give us a little protein boost in our corn stocks so that we can graze longer and corn stalks every winter. And the last thing i want to talk about is the pheasants forever. South dakota game fish and parks. Collaboration called brewed mix. And it's something that they developed for a landowners to plant to help with getting more chicks to survive every spring to make it into the summer and fall for hunting season and it involves about fifteen different plants that you plant in the spring and they they all come together and different ones bloom all summer long so that there are bugs attracted to it that the chicks can eat while they're growing up and it also is a great place for pollinators. So we we have a lot of. Abe's bees that show up in those fields talk a little bit about the grass. Is that you have out there. Bring backs grassland rated in how this doing in how your rotational grazing and car copies helping that land. The land we're talking about. Here is the farm that i grew up on. My dad bought the farm in the late fifties and it was all crop ground and he struggled for twenty years to to farm. It nightrider farmer for a few years and then he and i put most of it into crp and it ended up staying in crp for twenty years and we planted maybe four or five species and most of it for the crp program. But since then it's been. I believe this is the tenth year that has been odyssey. Crp and since then every year we see a little better diversity in the plants that are in the pastures and we get a little more for a job at every year and we attribute that to the rotational grazing. We're doing where we we try not to have. The cat alana given paddock for more than at most forty eight hours and then they're moved in that paddock gets to rest for at least thirty days. And we prefer forty five days and the fact that you're allowing every species come back every time you graze. It means that the cattle can't take out their favorite grasses and leave the weeds so the soil of over the last thousand years is god out really heavy load of hard seed that's been there for millennia and those seeds are being allowed to germinate now and come up and and we're seeing a lot of native warm season grasses show up in pastures that have never been seated to it in. When i was a child was species. Weren't out there. It's kind of exciting. The life under what. We're seeing happening in there because of what you're doing resistance wrong holiday versity so of regenerative. Agriculture is kind of the new buzzword that we're trying to get involved in and it's all about the microbes that levin the soil. And you gotta do what you can to feed the microbes. Because when they're growing and and living and reproducing they benefit the soil and and they benefit the livestock that graze on it. The neat thing for me. I have a degree in microbiology. From one hundred years ago at sds issue and in my time there was maybe ten thousand species of microbes that they could culture and grow. And after i got out of college they realized that there were a lot of microbes that they didn't know about it because they couldn't reproduce them and those are the ones that are in the soil and they're in on a ruminants yacht and they do amazing things. One of ms. They can take inaccessible fertilizer out of the soil and they can convert it to a form. That's usable why the plants. So if you're doing a good job of regenerative agriculture eventually you should be able to stop putting any fertilizer around those fields when you grow crops on them which would be a tremendous savings every year for growing corn or soybeans wheat. The invocation tested in crop doing out in ashes. Progressing is okay. So in two thousand sixteen and had a grazing to or on our land and one of the fellas. That came was from. North dakota and i can't remember his name. But he set up the soil infiltration tests and at that time. He said that we could take up to six inches of rain in an hour and it would also in and that was in some land that had been crop just two years previous to that and we had ceded it down to grass so it was kind of in the infancy of being a grassland. We did that and a few other sites and we're at the point where we can take a torrential rainfall and it would also in instead of running off baisu here. You know slowing down in cities. What is or people that are wash to talk about that. Okay so the land we're dealing with here is in the big sioux river watershed about well. I think it's men twelve years ago. We put all of the land on the banks of the big into a big sioux river easement. So we can't grays that we can't do anything with it and we had to move our fences back a hundred and eighty feet on each side. So we don't have any run off going into the river and we don't have any livestock going into the river and the fact that all the rainfall that happens goes into the soil instead of running off means that the water going down the big sioux river is clean coming through our land and the more farmers and ranchers that change. To the sort of thing we're doing the cleaner the water is going to be and and the better. It's going to be for those folks downstream that have to get drinking water out of there. You anything to build to repair interests back up because grazing girl Airy long so we used to farm within maybe twenty feet of the banks of the big super and if there was a flood that would erode really quickly back to our field and then we'd have to move back farther but since we've taken the big out of our pastures It's healed itself. We didn't have to do anything to the edges. And now that we're one hundred and eighty feet back on both sides. We got a real nice thick stand grass on each side and there's a lot of animals living in a river that you can't see because of the cover on each side and and it's all healed up in the banks are so steep that you can't jump in and out of the river used to be with. The cows grazing in the river are along the river. They've made passed down there and there was a gentle slope on each side in in the wintertime. That helps the animals that that live on the river. Like muskrats because right next to the riverbank the water stays open all winter instead of freezing over because i guess it stays warmer i principles of soil on plant hit between manage landscape. I think it was three. Or four years ago the grassland coalition put on a seminar in watertown. Fella named jim gary scheme and he spoke for a morning about grazing management and one of the things he made the group of us repeat over and over is i will not be afraid to waste grass and that is the toughest laying overcome when you start doing intensive grazing. Which is what we do. Now if you go out in pasture that's Over knee high. So you got a lot of growth there and you put three hundred cattle out in a eight acre paddock for day within about two hours. If you come back and look at it you'll go. Wow there's a lot of lot of wasted grass out here because they're just trampling in the ground but that is exactly what the landscape needs. It needs the grazing animal to eat. How often pack the other half back in the ground to cover it up to be converted into organic matter so that the soil will not dry out. 'cause the top is covered with soil armor and it allows the plants to regrow quicker. And it's good for the landscape but it's really tough on the rancher. So what role the cap playing that obviously. They're trampling down there eating out there. How have worked out okay. So when you when you turn group of colleagues in a paddock. And they start grazing. They started trampling and they're kind of moving around. We'll time they're out there. They're kind of pick and choose and the best grass that's growing so that's good for their health and then they're trampling everything down so if there's weeds coming out there they do a pretty good job at knocking them down. So that they don't become a problem and the fact that they're traveling all over as their grazing. They spread their manure and urine all over the paddock. Which is a natural fertilization. We have realized the pasture in about ten years and we have way more growth than our neighbors have and we attribute that to the nitrogen in in the urine. They get spread all over as their grazing. This is pretty unconventional stuff. Compared to the farms around them led to the neighbors think stay tuned to find out. We all know a few fairweather folks. There around when the food comes out nowhere to be found when the cows are with on life's uncertainties you want reliable partner with you rain or shine when it comes to nitrogen. There's a new predictable. Choice pivot mile proven forty that tiny nitrogen producing microbes. That have a big impact on your bottom line. Pivot bio proven forty predictable productive weatherproof. Get a reliable partner. Get the new nitrogen. Get pivot bile proven forty. What are your neighbors seeing doing different. Stop so do people ask questions. A lot of our neighbors like to argue with us about what we're doing and why it's not very bright. It's definitely not the way everyone else is doing things. We don't use create feeders. Because we believe that a calf should start the eat grasses as soon as it's room and is able to digested we ween lighter cavs than some other folks do but we haven't spent a dime on feeding them at that point either. We'd like to leave our cao's with their mothers for eight to nine months which is really unconventional of folks. Say gotta pull that calf off so the cow can get back before the winter said sin but the way our cows eat they actually can gain weight right up until that very cold weather hits in january. So it's it's fun. Eli and i enjoy the banter with the folks that think we're wrong. Somebody wants stop the banter and actually interested in doing this. What would you say about the process because some workup fronted changes that and you're not seeing results way. It takes a commitment. You can't just say. Well i'm gonna try this for a year or two and then i'll prove that it didn't work because you do need to set up those fence lines so that you can easily make pat oxen. You do need to have a water system that works otherwise they're going to have to trail back across what you already grazed to get to a water. What i like to try to say to people that want to argue with me as well. Let's sit down with a pencil and paper and let's talk about your costs compared to my costs and and go through the whole thing including costs of things like hauling the manure back out of your barnyard those extra costs. You probably don't usually think about. We're pretty certain that our cost per day is lower than anyone else's interesting robert. Jodi brown fates dakota in his wife said that says he's changed over to rotation raising he's excited again like it takes some creativity to do what you're doing you enjoy do every year. We're we're finding new things. And that's exciting. Somebody come up with an innovation. We didn't hear about before and it's like how can we use that on our farm and it keeps us going. I just turned sixty and a lot of people that turned have been doing the same thing for the last twenty years and they're happy with it and they're going to do it until retirement but i don't wanna be doing the same thing. We're doing now. When i turned sixty five i wanna i wanna move ahead a long ways. Grandkids change the way. Okay what we're doing. So i got two wonderful granddaughters and the oldest one gets off the boss here every day after school in spends little time with her grandmother and so i get to see her almost every day and i used to have a work work work perspective and now spending some time with the family is a lot more important than it used to be and were were getting to do it and it's wonderful. So do you think about that when you do what you're doing for the land is disaster. Little bit the foulland. Oh absolutely the idea that. When i'm gone there might be a legacy here. It might go on for a few more generations. that's in the back of my mind. Thanks to vary an eli little to mitch keyser for doing the interview and to pivot bio for sponsoring this podcast. And thank you for listening for successful farming. I'm jodi hanky.

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Bill Cunningham 7/2/20

Bill Cunningham

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Bill Cunningham 7/2/20

"The. Billy Cunningham the great American on this. Thursday afternoon the Tri state the governor. Show planned for today. We're going to have on the mayor John Cranley. Is engaged presently with a few matters but He made an announcement. About Ten thirty eleven o'clock with Scott Sloan that eleven forty five am on Friday going to have a special session of city council to determine whether or not masks must be worn under what circumstances they must be worn, and how they must be worn, and who must wear them? I think that's the way things are headed, so we're going to have the mayor on at some point, also Joe Deters County prosecutor. He's GonNa. Come on with a special announcement about one five about indictments. Of. Individual of an individual involved in law enforcement and Other than that I can't say anything about that until after he comes on at one zero five. The Grand Juries reporting out as we speak at twelve. Oh five eastern time and I believe I know where it's headed, but Joe dealers will make that announcement one. Oh, five today, and then at one thirty five today is Charmaine McAfee. Former major with Hamilton County. Sheriff's department. She worked for decades under Simon Lease and also Jim Neal ahead on Bruce Hof our who spent decades with C. PD and this is always give equal time to individuals that want to come on Sherman McAfee. is going to some of the allegations by Bruce. And so that's going to be at one thirty five today, and then after that is of course, your good friend and mine Mike Dewine. WHO's been rebuked by almost every county chairman and the state of Ohio. Match time and what does it mean when you get rebuked I dunno, so is the governor going to order certain activities wearing masks. Waleed the mayor of Dayton. Tip On that from one of my inside sources and Montgomery County that she was GonNa Order that about four, thirty or five o'clock, they voted about six unanimously. To wear masks. Indoors or outdoors I don't know. What's going to happen in Cincinnati? And the fine you know at this point, look this way. There's a law that says that if a public health emergency has been declared, which has been in Ohio by amy acted. That orders by the health director. Is a is required, and if a citizen violates the health order that citizens can be locked up for ninety days and. Fined seven hundred and fifty bucks. It's a it's A. It's an to misdemeanor to. Now I don't think anyone's been arrested and the state of Ohio, but it's available. And so, if this happens, I would urge the officials not to make an a misdemeanor which is criminal, which is what Cranley I. Think is the direction he's headed. He's involved in meetings to about twelve, thirty, five, twelve, forty is gonNA. Come on between twelve thirty one o'clock, then after one o'clock showed eaters, which a major announcement plus more to follow relative to what happened here and the looting, the arson, the burglary, the robberies, sexual assaults that seemingly operate with impunity, and then Sherman, McAfee, who is can't democratic. Candidate for sheriff will be here at one thirty five, and then the governor, a tool five and So. We have a lot going on today. The mayor said that. Special sessions eleven forty five, he said mass our best hope to keep the economy afloat and keep people safe. We have to live with his fires I think for the next six months to nine months. It's not going to go away the summer and he's leaving it up to council passed an ordinance rather than imposing an order because he thinks it puts the city on best legal footing, and that's because of my friends and the constitutional eighteen, fifty one whenever an order is issued by a non legislative body. The probability Marie Thompson or others getting involved heavy overturned a pretty good. One legislative body passes it and then signed. That is much more likelihood of passing legal muster with the judiciary so. I'm going to ask John Cranley that question, but I'm pretty sure as an attorney. He's been told that. If you order something from the executive branch that you're on much better, legal floating, if originated legislatively, they passed it. You sign it then it becomes law and normally. Those things are routinely okayed by the judges, but if one person like. Or One person like John Cranley says. We're GONNA require this. And it's a separation of powers, issue and so. Getting that now he's leaving up to council so by noon tomorrow. It may be required to wear a mask now. Let me way on this I want to get your reaction to it. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand pound, seven, hundred eighteen t. That if I can have an either or if the great Americans can say okay, you can wear a mask, and because you wear a mask, you can go to a baseball game. You can go to a soccer game. You can walk into Kroger. You can go to a movie. You can live your life. Say Okay. Give me the damn. Ask My my freedom side says that I know what to do. To keep myself at risk. I know what to do, and what not to do I'm in the category of those who may be to some extent at risk. I'm there so. Penny and I had my wife and I have taken the approach of trying to stay away from circumstances in which would come into people. In the presence of individuals that. May communicate the virus DOS goes. We're in the category, so you've not seen me out publicly as much as I used to be, I'll go to a restaurant now, and then I wash up before I walk in and I. Careful what I touch and what I do. I don't touch my face then when I walk out I got my ninety nine point, nine percent alcohol and I put that on me, rubbing my hands, my arms, and then I might wear a mask if requested to do so. That's what I do. Now in reality it offends. I had a caller yesterday and I thought my caller was wonderful I forget I forget his name. He was wonderful about not wearing a mask. Say Symbol of subjugation. It's a symbol of compliance. Assemble of of it, comply with this these orders, and that offends many Americans plus there's a whole group of Americans that their health is such that they should wear a mask. Many people have breathing disorders. Find it difficult to wear. So those individuals should secrete themselves anyway, because of what might be plus as someone who believes in private property rights which I do. That that if Kroger if Costco. If whatever restaurant you're going to go in when you're eating and drinking actively shall I say. Private businesses can require you. To wear a mask as a as a precursor coming in. You. Don't have to come in. You know no shirts for men, no service, no shoes, no service. Might be a little bit of a health thing, but a private business can say. To walk into. McDonald's restaurants right there. You have to wear a mask. McDonald's has the right to do that. And and if you don't WanNa, do it. Don't go in there, so many Americans feel that liberals are left-wingers are cracking down on freedoms, and that we're not going to comply, which means you have the right then not to go to kroger, you have the right not to go to McDonalds or go to somewhere else, and I get that one hundred percent, the charge in the twenty first century is to hold on to our personal freedom, our personal choices and our personal liberty. Liberals love to say my body my choice. Well about a mask, my body, my choice, but then if the Kenwood towne center says massacre required, you can shop somewhere else online at Amazon. It's a private property. Right? You do have that right? And so I know what's coming and you know what's coming. Now what's coming is in order to function. We're going to have to have everyone we're mask. The probability of that assisting is in doubt, Anthony FAUCI and the World Health Organization said that at one point as recently as a month ago that there's no objective evidence to indicate that wearing a mask keeps you from spreading. Covert nineteen to anyone. They also said that. Hey, symptomatic transfers are extremely rare. If that's the case, why do it? On the other hand, it gives a symbol that you comply with government orders. It gives the idea that I'm part of the cool crowd it used to be if you were a mask. You got arrested now. If you don't wear a mask, you get arrested. Not Arrested, but I'm sure it's going to be a small fine and I talked to real police officers. They tell me I'm not citing somebody for not wearing a mask I got enough problems. I'm not doing it. That's another issue out there and law. Enforcement is under attack. So, let's line them up and we've got the marriage joining us. As time allows him city hall. He's in a meeting right now said he would try to call around twelve thirty, five to twelve, forty five, after one o'clock is Joe debtors about something happening with indictments, and also about one thirty five today Sherman McAfee. The Democratic candidate for sheriff after two o'clock is. Mike, Dewine will be his last news conference until next week. I would assume and where we go from. Here is up to you. We get the government we deserve. And I tweeted out this morning. Something that I've been thinking about would never occur in America Willie. At Willie, seven hundred wwl W is my tweet and gender quite a bit of response, thus far and I think it accurately describes the problem that we're in and my tweet says the following first protesters riders came to the statues. Of confederate generals, then the replicas of Christopher Columbus in US grant not satisfied now they say destroy Mount Rushmore. And The Washington monument who will be left when they come for you and yours so governments march into our freedoms in our liberties into our choices continues unabated. Take, a short break five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand Bill Cunningham Newsradio seven hundred wwl w. Cunningham and the cancel. is now going after Captain America he's next Captain America is going to get pissed off. He'll be canceled. I say cancel the cancel cultural. That's what I say. Let's go to some calls. When hear from you. Big Show planned today. All the power brokers are here. Twelve thirty, five, twelve forty. John Cranley is going to explain what's GonNa Happen Tomorrow and why about the mass in Cincinnati? After one o'clock, there's been an indictment of a correction officer, a deputy sheriff that Jodi is going to talk about what he did to an inmate in the Justice Center, and at one thirty, five or Charmaine McAfee, the woman who would become the first female sheriff and Albany County History then after two o'clock today is your good friend and Mine Governor Mike Dewine to say what's happening. who've been rebuked by everybody? Everybody's getting rebuked and let's go to Pete on a cell phone then Tom and thousands of others and Pete. Welcome to the bill, Cunningham, show, go ahead. Everybody getting. Allocate. Tom Tom on his cellphone. Tom Go ahead. Hey Bill. I love her brother. Let me tell you something. I watch every night. The certainly not news network, and then I switched back in the Hannity and my wife comes home and she's like. Why do you even watch that garbage and I'll tell you right now what they have done in this nation. They have totally mask they they. They put a mask on gone now to kind of put a mask on us today that trump won. They put a mask on him from day one and bill. We can't stand for it last I live in Bethel. Bell you answer here? Hotbed at black lives, matter activity Bethel for God's Sakes Bethel. Yeah. Listening. I said just last week. It was all about the protesters now. CNN coarseness masks stuff. It's a bunch of garbage bill. Not Pay Right now. They're GONNA go after our flag next. How about Mount Rushmore has gotTA BE RPG Washington Monument number one that allegedly it symbolizes slavery and I also it's a fairly simple that many feminists don't like and I'm looking at this thing i. don't care what you think see. They're not coming after trump Tom. They're coming after you. He's simply in the way, yes. You do bill I'M A CARPET GRANDMA! Give me a chance to go to mount rushmore. mccart children trump place on the. Absolutely I think trump and Reagan outta be up there but I think Washington Jefferson, tr and Lincoln. That's not bad. That's not bad I. Mean I mean they did a lot of bad things, but for every bad thing that did. Great things and they launched the greatest country in the history of the world and I say God. Bless America, and by the way God is a problem. Blessing is a problem now. Captain America is going to be boycotted. Own My Lord. That's all I can say. Tom from BETHEL Bethel a hotbed of black lives. Matter activities drove through Bethel to stop lights. There was freshest there. There was a gold star there a Wendy's. I went to Bethel, seed and feed, and so all the ladies Bethel I loved Bethel. In fact, I may get chip part. I may go back to Bethel. Let's continue the coming up later along with Joe, leaders on newsradio seven hundred wwl. American coming up for one o'clock today's Joe details about the issue concerning the indictment of correction officer and Henry County jail, seemingly the inmate bit the boot. Of A of an inmate I'm sorry, the the inmate bit the boot of deputy sheriff, and in doing so the deputy sheriff quickly kicked him in the face, fortunately did not cause serious physical harm. We don't think we'll find out after one o'clock tonight and. I. Also want ask about the here's another issue. I want to raise my hand on the back of the room. And say this look. We have hundreds or thousands of individuals illegally marching on public streets and thoroughfares on a regular basis. Anyone else no matter what the cause is would be arrested for whatever they're doing. You can't march down the middle of Vine Street whenever you want to and shutdown businesses and shutdown thoroughfares right, you can't do that. It's illegal. It's called. Criminal Trespass. How's it possible that large numbers of Cincinnati and simply on their own decide well. It's time to shut down tr. Forget about the looting, the arson, the robbery, the burglary, the criminal damaging forget about that just saying you know what I'll get into my closest friends, and let's shut down downtown Cincinnati for a while or maybe walk on I seventy, five and shutdown. Vehicular traffic. Isn't that illegal and am I missing something here I. Watch an almost every night every day. On all these. All these thoroughfares of individuals simply on their own deciding. We're going to deface monuments. I'm told if you're in the Columbus Area I'm not been there in months. That large numbers of miscreants are tagging and defacing government structures much less tearing things down. That's another thing. Could me, and my pals unilaterally decided I want that statue down in somebody. Tear it down over a period of hours, and no one knows law enforcement shows up to stop us and to arrest US I. Don't think so. It doesn't work. Society should not work that way. You know what I'm saying. And so what do we do with that? What do we do? And? It just sends the message that if you have the right political 'cause if you have the right political calls that we determined to be right. You know what you can do whatever you want. If on the other, I could not imagine if those who believe in the Second Amendment or the unborn black babies matter if they would decide you know what we're. GonNa Shut Down Large parts of Cincinnati on a regular basis or Bethel or Mason or Westchester or Madeira that we're simply going to shut down the community because we wanted shut down, what would happen to those of us on my side of the political fence? It would not be good. Not Be good at all. And so I WANNA know how come rules and laws applied his some, and not the others based upon one's political belief, secondly, when it comes to wearing a mask and going into public and all that kind of stuff I'm told what to do, and what not to do by the medical experts supposedly. And the medical experts signed this over a thousand sign. This encyclical that said well. If you're protesting racial injustice, you don't have to be as careful wearing a mask as otherwise. You would be what? Covert nineteen knows who to infect a new, not doing infect. Not exactly so when medical experts tell us that it's okay for days and weeks and months to gather enlarge krause and commit crimes together and live together intense that that's not dangerous. But if I want to into a store, that suddenly is. Until, let's do this. Let's TAKE A. Short break and I believe looking at my voicemail. That John Cranley is calling in as we speak and So we're gonNA take a short break with Matt. Simon's permission then have the mayor on the other side and then Joe eaters after one o'clock Bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred w automobile. Cunningham the great. American joining me now from city. Hall is Mayor John. Cranley and John Cranley. You had the news conference this morning about ten forty five am and I said you got Maurice Thompson out there. A whole bunch of lawyers that are suing every time the governor and Amy Act, and now she's left, does something and they haven't lost yet? And so, why did you decide to go through counsel as opposed to ordering it from you? First of all bill, thanks for having me and Cases and I look at Bill. You know me I'm I'm for keeping the economy. Open up for kids going back to school. But the numbers are going up. A hospitalization rate in our region is going up the the virus. Did Not go away as someone predicted in the summer and not me, but you know who and. It's serious. having said that I believe we have to keep the economy open. We have to keep the schools open. And people got to wear masks and The question is how do you do it and you know we don't want to criminalize it and you know we don't WanNa make it possible. Outdoors outdoors or know relatively safe, and but if you go into a kroger, and the and the retail clerk is wearing a mask and you're not. You put her or him at risk and. It would be better to get these numbers back down if everybody were wore mass. Old Whenever I do this topic. They light up I. Dare you make me were mask in fact I hear a crime to wear a mask now. It's a crime not to wear a mask. Many ceus as a submission so mission I had a call from Bethel, which is a hotbed of black lives. Matter Johnny ever been to Bethel. There's two stop lights and they're angry. At the fact that you in Cincinnati would order anybody to wear a mass inside the city of Cincinnati. Talk to a resident of Bethel and tell the BETHEL lights why that's required. I'm not dictating what happens in Bethel and obviously, if people. Come in Cincinnati. They gotta fall our rules like I would follow vessel rules when I'm in Bethel. But the bottom line is if they come to enjoy. One of our beautiful parks are going and riverfront park walk. They don't have to wear masks. They only have to wear. Ask if they're patronizing a business in the city of Cincinnati and. My understanding is that city council is setting it up as just a twenty five dollar fine. If you violate it, so it's not criminalized. You're not go. No one's going to jail. And frankly, it's going to be difficult to enforce so it's more about the statement and getting people do incur encouraging people to wear masks as they should. If we're going to try to bring these numbers down which I, also think we should do because the alternative is a governor to want shuts down the economy. And and I'm a big believer that we cannot should not. Shut down the economy against shut down the schools. I think the schools have got to reopen. The economy gotta stay open, and the best way to do that is for people to wear masks so. Already, the law that if if establishment or not are if they want to post a sign saying mass require. Right they can do already, so why take away from a business the opportunity to run a business the way they want to run it. Well that is a great question I mean the. Reality is that our employees within those businesses who are at greater risk of people come in and don't wear math. And Right now, if the if the numbers weren't going right now, neither me or city council, everybody else will be thinking about this. However what we did do at the request of businesses. What we are doing at the request of businesses is we're not requiring businesses to enforce it. And if they want if they still have an unmasked customer, They WanNa serve. They can still do so. but if they also want to enforce they now, know city. Council passes an ordinance tomorrow. they now know that they can call the police and say there's a twenty five dollar fine. If you don't wear masking store so at this point, are you going to tell your cops? ARE YOU GONNA! Tell Chief Isaac Jared Tell Dan Hills. You guys get out there and you enforce this. I can't imagine a Harry s cop saying you know what I'm. GonNa take somebody for twenty five bucks, so if you if the business owner doesn't enforce it, and if the cops don't enforce it, there's no law at all. Well a couple things one. Is that There are a number of exceptions including for a law enforcement officers who are in a situation where they themselves don't have to wear a mask if they feel would jeopardize their activities, and there are religious exceptions built into these ordinances. As well. the bottom line. Is that City Council's going to decide this issue in fact, council number. Carney mentioned to me this morning that she's. Thinking, about a resolution rather than ordinance because she's worried about how enforcement will happen. and whether that's a burden on police and a burden on citizens who can't afford to have access to. A masks so all of those rarely issues are going to be debated and discussed in city. Council committee tomorrow. My position is I'm open to it and I think we should have a requirement that if you go into a store that you should wear a mask now. This is not apply to outdoor activities. But it does seem reasonable to me. That masks be required in places of public accommodation retail grocery stores like that. Opinion, yes, you bank. Governor Mike DeWine is being rebuked. Every time I turn around county, chairman. I don't know what it means to be repute, but it doesn't sound good to be rebuked, and so he's being rebuked by county chairman. Who Thinking? He's acting like a Democrat and so I don't think the wind at two o'clock today is going to say okay. You gotta wear masks. He wants to democratic mayors and the seven or eight large cities to do his dirty work for him like Nan Whaley like John Cranley. Are you doing the dirty work Mike DeWine! Well I, agree with you that he is trying to get us to do what he won't do himself and although I think he's also going to. Say that he will do it if the numbers keep going in the wrong direction. And it is, it is to be somewhat silly for the city to have. A BAN IF. A mandate, if you know Hamilton County Norwood Saint Bernard elmwood Anderson Township Etcetera Cetera are not subject to the same. Rules and so I believe that it would be better for the governor to do with county by county region by region. do what off, but in the meantime I have A. we have an obligation to give people the best public health advice and to protect workers. Who are subject to customers should be have customers at wear masks so. I agree with you that he is in fact. This is the hypothesis encouraged me and mayor UELI. And Dayton and Cincinnati and other local jurisdictions to adopt mask mandate, so he absolutely. Is asking democratic mayors to do when she wants to have done, but he's worried. Because of the right wing opposition that that he can't or shouldn't do it or whatever now supposedly today. He's going to say that we're in some new color. Of Risk, because our numbers are going up, and he's going I believe he's going to threaten. that he could impose a county by county masked mandate. If the numbers continue to go in a worst direction now. Bill One thing I wanNA point out I think this is significant. Is that if he does it Is a criminal offence under current state law and what City Council is contemplating tomorrow is not a criminal offense. It's a civil penalty of twenty five dollars, so it is what city council doing. Is You know I know people on ideological grounds oppose any and all masks mandates, but what city council is doing is. is putting a potentially putting the mandate in place, but is is making it a civil offense, not a criminal offense thing when individuals choose where to spend their dollars. Cincinnati's three hundred thousand approximate residents. County counties about seven hundred and fifty by simple. Matt tells me that's about thirty eight percent of the county of Cincinnati, seventy two percent sixty two percent is not so when someone chooses to go out to dinner. Spend their money. I can go right over there to the with town centre. No mask I go to embers can go to have nice dinner at Trios and never have to worry about a mask. Isn't this an impediment commerce? If only part of Hamilton County does this. Look I think that. Customers can choose and I know a lot of customers who don't feel comfortable going into a place that doesn't require masks correct, and so in vice versa. and so this will give customers options Hamilton County, if it city only. But regardless, even if because it's just a city, and it's only thirty eight percent of the of the county. Let's say that the current number of people wearing masks is twenty five percent thirty percent, and it goes up to forty percent well. That's still going to save lives. It would be better if it was seventy percent or higher I. Mean Mitch McConnell Right Right winger from Kentucky is wearing masks incurring encouraging people to wear masks I. Think th. There is a sea change going on that Despite what the president predicted, the virus did not go away in the summer. It's back in its rising, and it's rising and Hamilton County and I. Think we have a moral obligation to try to keep those numbers down. I think we have an obligation to try to keep economy. And schools to reopen in the fall in that in my opinion is going to require among other things wearing masks, and of course, young people are not at risk. One thing that happened was superintendent. Mitchell's that they through the school board enacted two days three days every two weeks off, and on fifty percent and. Tweet Person I. Follow his trump, but nonetheless maybe I'll put you on the list. Talk about the American Academy of Pediatricians who I think. They know pretty much about the health. Consequences of children in school. Describe why you're not the superintendent of schools why public schools and others are wrong to keep kids out of school? Because it just like we are on mask, we should listen to the experts into the doctors, doctors, the pediatricians or saying. But shoulder you don't get the benefit in in person. Education are not going to keep up with their peers. I run a suffer from anxiety. Mental health issues stunted development of education and psychological socialization. What is happening? A suburban school districts are going back in in person five days a week. My Son's going to Catholic school in person. Five days. And, so you're going to have a donut where the inside of the donut and the region are Cincinnati Public School. Kids who are not getting the same educational benefit of in-person education as all the suburban schools, and that could exacerbate social and economic disparities and Ruin People's future so I'm not minimizing that. There aren't risks going back to school, but as you point out bill. Kids. Are Not dying from the coronavirus, they, in fact I single person, or the age of thirty, has died of the coronavirus in Cincinnati and I believe in Ohio also. And and yet they're the ones that supposedly had to miss school and are talking about missing school again in the fall and and. I think it's it's nuts. I think that we should listen to the doctors. The pediatricians who say the kids need to go back to in person school. Seventy percent of the people have died in Ohio died in nursing homes. Nursing homes are high high risk. For Kuroda bars, very real threat, and so we need to make sure that they have the social distancing masks, etc, and we should, and this recent spike does end a lot of twenty sixty year olds to the hospital and does get him sick, but they're not dying in the ways that the older senior citizens are dying so I believe that if we're going to have twenty sixty year, olds go back to work and stay at work, and if we're GONNA have kids go back to school. The best way to do that is to wear masks so that the economy can still function. Kids can still go to school, but the con-. I wanted to on my press conference today. In two thousand nineteen in April there were roughly twenty three or twenty shootings in the city of Cincinnati in nineteen, twenty nineteen this year in April when the kids were school, there were fifty three. So. Over two time increase in shootings when kids are out of school. Shootings go up every summer. And yet during that same time in April twenty, not a single person, the age of thirty. died other coronavirus in Cincinnati hero and yet fifty three people were shot. An increase of over thirty. So, if you were under the age of thirty, you had a thirty times greater chance of being shot and going to the hospital. Then you did going to the hospital for the coronavirus. In fact, there was one person under the age of thirty in April, twenty twenty that went to the hospital for the coronavirus and he survived. So. I think if we're going to be honest about the science and the expertise. We have to be honest that. Children are not at risk particularly and that the harm of knock. Going to school is far greater than the harm from the coronavirus. Similarly senior citizens. Yes significant precarious. Jonah ready for the big question sure. I believe Joe. Data is going to announce in about ten or fifteen minutes that sometime soon probably next week there's going to be multiple indictments of large numbers of individuals who committed arsons, robberies, burglaries, and a bunch of other stuff I was told as you retold for twenty years that, after the reforms of twenty one and two and three that we are the template for every other city, and I was told that a riot like we had an old one was extremely unlikely because of everything that we've done. Are you concerned that next week when the prosecutor's Office to? The grand jury announces multiple indictments of large numbers of individuals that there's going to be an uprising in Cincinnati. No I'm not. I believe in equal justice under the law, and and the reality is that we have the largest protests in the history of the city for racial justice, and beyond after the first week, and they were all peaceful the first weekend there were other people who exploited it who engage in criminal acts, and they should be held accountable for those criminal acts and our police department who worked overtime for ten days did an amazing job. Of of getting that under control unlike other cities, we didn't have police cars burning. We didn't have police stations burning, but didn't have city hall's burning. We didn't have Justice Department's burning down. and we didn't allow a lawlessness to take root and streets of the city, and and and and take the police out. We didn't allow any of that, nor do we have the national guard come in because we have the best police department in the country and they did a great job. John Cranley good like tomorrow, but you're saying it's going to be civil, not criminal, but you would urge the governor in about one hour to act, but he's been rebuked so many times by Republicans. I doubt he'll do it. He's going to let the Democrats do dirty work, and you're doing it tomorrow at about noon. That's always fun to talk to you. Thank you very much Let's continue with more come in a few minutes. Is Prosecutor Joe Debtors and about thirty five minutes? Is Charmaine macguffin and then two o'clock today's governor, Mike Dewine and more. More, newsradio seven hundred wwl Cincinnati. Fully cutting into great American lot of a law, enforcement issues or percolating fund the police also I understand about an hour ago about noon. Him County grand jury returned an indictment against a corrections officer inside the Hamilton, county jail and Joe, dealer sincere plus I WanNa talk about what about all the illegalities going on in Hamlin County that seemingly not received a whole bunch of. Criminal charges join now. Is that Same Joe? Joe Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show Joe, how are you this afternoon? I'm doing good willy. How you doing many issues or percolating? Let's talk one in a generic sense before we talk about what the grand jury did about about an hour ago and by the way we're going to have charmaine. McAfee coming up in about thirty minutes to discuss sheriff's department issues, but until then. There's a sense by some that people can break the law with impunity that as I understand it. hundreds of people can march on city streets, which is criminal trespass and nothing happens at all. You then have this mass requirement which I I guess beginning tomorrow. City Council is likely. To pass. An ordinance that In. A sense punishes people up to twenty five to one hundred dollar fine whatever they finally passed tomorrow, and then we have all the arsonist. We have the looters. Committed massive crimes against property and nothing has happened before. We talk about the actions of about an hour ago. Can you talk about the the issue of charging those criminally responsible with what happened in Cincinnati the past thirty days? Yeah, I mean Look I. The prosecuting attorney Hamilton County. I respect people's right to protest peacefully. And I will defend that right. As long as on prosecutor that they're permitted to do that. And lawfully. But I can tell you this. I'm, not. GonNa put up with people. Breaking Windows out of privately owned businesses out of government businesses tearing down. Statues. Facing public property. If you WANNA prosecutor like that. You got the wrong guy here. 'cause I'M NOT GONNA put up with it. It's just not going to happen and I expect shortly. Multiple people are going to be indicted. For the activities that occurred over the last couple of weeks. Does any of this have to do with the arrest of mentally ill, African American who was shot with beanbags and then Sergeant Carter thank God Sergeant Carter had a bad aim. And missed that fellow because if he would have shot him with the wrong projectile, all hell would have broken loose. Are you still investigating that incident? No they will what they do. Bill whenever there's a police use-of-force like a shooting even if they don't hit someone. They the homicide division. To produce a report, it's called a shooting book. It's usually a binder about two or three inches thick of witness statements and things of that nature. They turn it over to us. And and as you know ninety nine percent of the time, they're clean. I mean there's nothing wrong happened. and. And we try to clear the police officers as soon as possible. because that's a it's a tough thing to have hanging over your head. You know sergeant. Dan Carter on last Saturday used nonlethal force, tasers and beanbags, and then he wanted to grab for a beanbag, grabbed the wrong wrong ammo and grabbed ace a shotgun slug. That would have created a hole about the size of a beach ball far to Caleb Moore, who was holding a steak knife? Resisting officers thank God. He missed if he would have hit and killed that. Mentally ill black person, all hell would have broken loose again. That I, agree with you probably would've, but that didn't happen that way. He self reported it. According to Chief, Isaac and And you know so. You know it was it was a blessing, but the charges I'm talking about. arise out of. The activities of people throwing things at police cars things of that nature. trashing the Justice Center and We're just not gonNA tolerate that. I'm sorry. You know one incident to before we talk about the indictment about an hour ago. One thing that really frosted me was watching this this younger white male with a hat on backwards take a skateboard and throw it through a plate glass window of the Hamlin County Justice Center it was on channel I think was on Channel Nine live on I'm watching it I'm thinking what the Hell is going on here and just walking around trashing parts of Cincinnati including the Law Office on my dad of defense attorney, Carl Lewis, good friend of mine, and also it was vandalized and. It just we can't send out the message in Cincinnati that we're not Seattle. WE'RE NOT CHICAGO. There's gotta be consequences. Can you find that kid at through the? Through the object through the last one the Justice Center. Well, YOU'RE GONNA find out next week where we're. All I'm telling you is. We're not gonNA. Put up with it not in the prosecutor's office. We're not putting up with it. And The police have done a good job. The potential defendants are. Different races Shumur from out of town. And you know. We're GONNA. Deal with this look. This is the city. I grew up in the city I love and. To have people come in and trash at. And for what reason and Cincinnati, what did the Sensi police ever do? Ever do there hasn't been anything that would be even questionable for almost twenty years. and. They're well trained. They know what they're doing. They're really a great police department. That's that that she's the mayor. They should be very proud of three strength. They've shown, but you've got troublemakers who go in and try to trust our city the city, not I'm sure many of your listeners live and love and I'm not gonNA. Put up with it. I'm just telling you I'm not. GonNa, do it, and if people don't like that, they I shouldn't be your prosecutor here in a tough race for the first time ever and I. Guess There's two ways of looking at it. Do you like Chicago and Seattle. Natty where do you WanNa live. That's going to be the choice. I'll tell you that you know. You WanNa have occupied zones and things like that. We worked very hard. We cleared out. Occupy Cincinnati and if it happened here in Cincinnati again, we were clear it out again. It's just GonNa be that way. And You know we've had great. Great glow operation from C. PD, and from the handle game sheriff's Office. You can't let chaos reigns streets. You can't. Able to innocent people get hurt. It's a hideous hazard I mean there's needles laying around everywhere defecation everywhere. You know it's it's. It's vomit everywhere and you know. Who Do you think pays for all that stuff. It's not these out of town people that come in to cause trouble if the taxpayers of Cincinnati and Hamilton County right no question what happened about an hour ago with hamlet the grand jury. Well there's A. There was a Officer handle gangs sheriff's officer. Who? And it's on video, and you're saying your listeners can probably click on a site. You guys have or Farside or something. This. Guy's name is Sergeant Jesse, Franklin. We had. Man was arrested. He's handcuffed. He's faced down. He begins to Resist to some degree. He's Kinda small guy. Am I should I hate to even have to say this, but it's a white guy. Both officer and the person was assaulted was white. and. As he was laying face down, he leaned over. And and bit Jesse Franklin on the boot, I mean the PRI- weighed five pounds. I don't know too big big boots. and. This officer steps back a couple of steps and just see him in the head. and. It's on video. The sheriff's office brought to us. about a week ago. We reviewed it and made a determination after talking to. The the person who got kicked in the head. he had five stitches above his eye. He was in the hospital for about an hour. And he was working the next day. We determine it was not serious physical harm. So, it was indicted as a misdemeanor misdemeanor assault by this officer. And it will go back to the city of Cincinnati. Because as you know, they choose to prosecute their own misdemeanor, so it'll be transferred the city for whatever they WANNA do. And you know you face the six months in jail for kicking this Guy Ned all right and he's been arrested. What's the status of this correction officer in the jail? My understanding is he's GonNa be arrested if not already very shortly. I should also note that the person that got kicked as a lawyer to also review the take and medical records and agrees with our Cessna that. It was not serious physical harm. PRETTY GOOD KICK! They'll tell you that well. I guess he was retaliating for the Biden his boot. That caused them no injury. I'm sure it was a reflective action. It wasn't something he thought about, but you can't have corrections officer Hamid County Justice Center kicking individuals in the head. You just can't do that, just can't. Can't and you know? I keep raving about the police department, but not everyone has the temperament to be a police officer. and. We have to pursue things when we think it's wrong. But I will say this if you're GONNA maintain a professional twenty-first-century police force. It's expensive. But it pays for itself so many times over. and. We I think that this is A. Great Reminder that resources. Have to be dedicated to recruiting the right kind of officers, ensuring they had proper equipment, knowledge, training and temperament. To do the job citizens want and expect. I have life thing I mean if people want chaos in the streets if you want cops that kick people in the head when they're handcuff and down. I don't think they do not in Cincinnati. They don't not up to this point. But it goes, it goes both ways. It's not just. So we have a copy. That's something incredibly stupid maybe. With L., temperament or whatever? But, we're going to have over a dozen indictments probably early as next week on these people who trash our city. And hopefully we get judges that respect and understand that we cannot have chaos in our streets I hope if people vote for Chicago or Seattle. They're going to get vote for Cincinnati. They're going to get it early. We get the government we deserve, and we get the prosecutor. We deserve just dependence great and I. Mean in what's happening in these other cities like Chicago Baltimore Dallas. They're not prosecuted any theft. Under a thousand dollars, so people go into stores and steal one thousand dollars because they know they're not going to be prosecuted. And they. You know one of the more progressive ideas. There shouldn't be bond set because poor people can't afford. Bonds well guess what's happened in New York with their bonds role. It's total chaos in New York. City Rudy Giuliani went in. There cleaned up New York cleaned up times square. The broken windows theory on crime. If you deal with the small stuff, the big stuff takes care of itself. Basically what happened and that's what's happened. That's what's happening. In throughout these other cities I mean. Seattle's disaster. And and I hope people understand that ever. There's going to be clear choice I mean this year. Who who do you want as? Sheriff. Who Do you want, prosecutor? Who Do you want as your judges? There can be cleared choices or the voters? I, it's really difficult for people to concentrate on down the ticket races when you got trump versus by now it's really difficult. and. Hopefully because you know the president. Is Not very popular in Hamilton County right now. People understand the difference between not liking him and wanting to have. A chaos free society. That's the goal because all government is local in Washington is very important, is interesting, but Dan I live in Sycamore Township I. WanNa go I WANNA go to a reds game. I'm going to go to soccer I. Want to see a Bengals game. I want to interact in downtown Cincinnati, not looking over my shoulder and fearing what's going to happen next and when we when we had, there's a canton on. On Third Street Bill I don't know if you remember this, but people couldn't even walk to the Reds Games. They're getting harassed. There's hypodermic needles laying on the streets. People are defecating on Third Street. Hey, I like to live on third street to I can't afford it, but he's pitching tents, and you just think I can live here well it. It didn't take long. We got an order and got him out of there, but That's good. I will continue to be that kind of prosecutor and I hope people know the difference. Choices are Clare Joe Dinners. Thank you very much and hopefully. UH, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday is action at least in Hamilton County. We don't put up with that kind of crap here and we'll see what happens next week. It's going. It's common buddy. I got news for you. Jodi thank you very much, i. Let's continue your reaction. If any coming up in a few minutes, we'll be Sherman mcduffie Democratic candidate for the sheriff's to position later on, also after two o'clock, as Mike Dewine and more at your home of the reds, and we understand from Tony Bennett that at least two reds, if tested positive for Covid, nineteen names have not yet been released. We'll see if and when they are hippo matter, and this is to be anticipated. Most of the testing indicates that about five percent. Of the population is covid nineteen positive especially. If you're younger without much consequences, we pray, there's no hospitalization, no series consequences, but this is part of the deal I say with the reds next man up. Let's play ball on newsradio seven hundred w out of your. Hunting integrate the great. American let's continue coming up to five today's governor Mike Dewine, to discuss whether or not masks will be required throughout the state of Ohio as you know yesterday the mayor of Dayton Nan. Whaley is indicated that it's required there and John Cranley held a news conference this morning and West. There was a lot of equivocation going on. Yes, or no, but That's coming up later plus later on understand that there may be some activity relative to an indictment and. The Joe may come on, I don't know exactly what it is joe debtors, and we'll find out what it is, but until then about a week or so go ahead on Bruce Hofbauer who's the Republican candidate for how many county sheriff joining me now in remain mcduffie, who spent about thirty years. I believe in law enforcement mainly underside lease in joining me now is former Major Sherman McAfee and Charmaine McAfee. Welcome I think for the first time to the bill Cunningham show in Sherman. How are you? I'm well. Thank you so much for having me good to have you here now. There was a lot of political pundits including my producer Tony Bender. who was saying the Democratic primary that it was going to be a close race that Jim. Neal is one twice. He's and the coroner locks me. some Arco always lead the ticket, so the smart money said according to Tony Bender that was going to be tight and turn out. I might be wrong on this, but I think you won by like forty percents points. It was like seventy, two, thirty or shocked everybody politically. Why do you think the Democrats? Not Primary overwhelmingly selected you to be their candidate. Well One I. Think a huge factor in that. Is that the Democratic Party? endorsed me. They interviewed me extensively. understood exactly where I stood on issues, and what the reform was that I wanted to bring to the criminal justice system, and because they endorse me, and because of my history, because of my record has the major of Hamilton County jail and court. Court services I think the voters understood because I did work my butt off to get out there. Frankly to let people know who I was and answer questions, and I think the voters appreciated that they appreciate it my transparency, and the fact that I'm going to. You know I'm going to hold people accountable throughout my career, Sherman mcduffie, there was also speculation that. Jim Neal's appearance with Donald J. Trump wasn't a resume builder. There was a sense of his injurious to winning. I. Do think that also play a factor. Oh, I do think that played a factor. I think played a factor that you know Hamilton County. The voters voted him in as a Democrat and that's what they expected him to be. He had an opportunity to be that and he just never did. Come up to the mark. At some point, assuming you're going to be elected November the third. What changes would you make an county sheriff's department away? It's run. Well the first thing I'm GonNa do really is I am going to I'm going to create a time line to work within our. So that we can start managing that completely outside budget. I think I think Jim. Neil's like eighteen million dollars over right now and the next day I'm going to do is create a human resource department because we've never had one people can't believe that we're eight, hundred, fifty strong, and we need a human resource department. I'm going to establish the citizens. Review Board so that we can reassure the public that we will have transparency and accountability establishing zero tolerance for excessive use of force, and I am going to very importantly improved the retention of our staff and improve their working environment across the board I'll bring diversity to the table and I'm going to expand our reform initiatives. One of the issues percolating law enforcement, today's funding the police, and that I think New York City is taken away about a billion dollars in incredible amount of money from the police department. Of course. That's twenty percent there. You're going to be in a sense. The chief law enforcement officer and handling accounting, because your jurisdiction is as complete completing green township or Sycamore Township, as it is on Fountain Square the Sheriff Family County controls all of Hamlin County, and you don't normally have a little bit of a courtesy, so when you go into other agencies, but nonetheless the sheriff of Hamilton County Controls Hamilton County law enforcement. Do you support these efforts to defend police? I can tell you willie what I do. Support I support taking a budget for the police and seeking ways to realize that budget and collaborate and strengthen the police strengthen our law enforcement and strengthen it with community relations I mean we can share some funding so that when our law enforcement officers are out there in the community. You know there's a priority to on everybody's part that's social service, mental health professionals, and or courageous men and women in uniform to to see color, and to understand the difficulties and the struggles that people go. Go through and to try and make the best right choices for those people, so you know where I stand on that issue is I want to strengthen? Will Enforcement and I think that we can do that and realigned budget in a way that meaningful to both sides of the Aisle Charmaine Montgomery a few months ago. The inquire wrote a story in which it related the fact that you are suing Jim Neal in inquire related that. Maybe there was a little bit of payback that Sherman Montgomery wanted to defeat Jim. Neal because. Of alleged discrimination that happened against you. What role did your lawsuit play and your decide to run against him? And secondly now that you've beaten Jim, neal in the primary. You're going to drop the lawsuit. Well, I will not drop the lawsuit because I was I was wrong and I want prove myself innocent just like anybody would treat their due process, but secondly I want to say that I have no axe to grind here. You know what I was doing as Major. The Jail I love I love my job and I love every job. I've ever had a uniform I've. I've had over a hundred commendations during my career, and I want to bring reform to Hamilton County, a much larger initiative and responsibility to the citizens of this county Then I do ever to to. You know have any kind of actually grind. That's not gonNA get us anywhere and it's not gonNA. Move the more. How many years have you been law enforcement now? I'm. Thirty three years thirty three years, and you have one hundred commendations, but the allegation that the lawsuit had something to do with retaliation from you wanting to defeat him or the fact that the lawsuit is going to drop be dropped at this point. Neither one of those things are true. ATHLE-, right, neither one of those things are really when I hit on Bruce off our about a week or two ago, he spoke about an incident about thirty years ago, or he shot a black fella, who seemingly had some mental difficulties, and he was charging him with a knife and scissors, and he was shot by. Bruce, Hofbauer is that going to become a story is going to become an issue in this campaign. Well, I believe Bruce have made it a story. Bruce Chosen to politicize this campaign coming after need or some various things that he wants to criticize me about and what I say is. Let's talk about the issues. Let's talk about what we're. GonNa do and how we're going to move forward here. Hamilton County, you know certainly looking backwards isn't gonNA help anybody, but yes I think he's brought that to the forefront since he has yeah, I feel absolutely right to speak about it. I. Don Joe Dealers County Prosecutor a few days ago. We spoke about what happens Seattle with chop in which six city blocks or taken over by individuals finally in the last couple of days, the mayor stepped in and after about thirty days she because of the shootings. The rapes burglaries the drug deals because of the owners of residents in the businesses. The mayor after about thirty days finally said enough is enough, would you? And Joe said that will not happen in Hamilton County because we have to follow the law. was. What is your general thought about individuals taking over parts of Elm Street, or Cincinnati or Third Street and camping out there in violation of the law. Would you enforce those kinds of laws? Well I'd like the first day that I understand their frustration I. Understand why they want to have actions like that, but quite frankly you know. I am the law and order candidate, and there has to be consequences for behavior, and we need to have an orderly and shape society I think everybody wants that I don't think anybody wants a kind of environment where where people aren't held accountable for their behavior you know. Know so as the sheriff of Hamilton County I would not support situations where people vandalized property or act on their own to victimize others or shoot people or do things that quite frankly are against all in one thing when I would have on Jim Neal and others over the last few years when inmates were released from the Hammock County jail and heck you were there for more than three decades. The jail operates under a federal court. Order relative to what can happen. What cannot happen? WHO MUST BE THERE WANNA? Be Released, and so I think in the last. Three to four months because of covid nineteen, the sheriff's released about fifty percent of the inmates and I think there's five or six hundred in there now as opposed to twelve hundred or whatever it might be. Are there any lawless criminal laws for example that you would not? You would not enforce because there's some personal belief of yours. Oh absolutely not is Sheriff Dennis, what I'm bound to do is enforce the law, and that's exactly what I will do to the letter of the law, but the other thing that I will do is I. Will support initiatives for no cash bail to the people with non violent crimes can get out of jail like those of us that have the means to do that and work through their situations in court while they maintain their job, maintain their childcare, the relationships with families, and so forth I think we you know I think we recognize that people make. People have to have consequences for those behaviors, and then we need to move people along. And then I wanted to go out and say yeah. You know what I do that I paid the consequences, and now I can become productive and support myself and not become a ward of the state. Would reforms do share sheriff inside the jail to help with things like drug addiction, alcohol addiction, many other difficulties inside the jail that you can implement to help people along the way I like. Like candidates and say we all make mistakes. We all commit a few acts that and sober reflection should not have occurred. Give me a ladder out of the whole in which I find myself. Whatever what would you do in next year and the year after year after to move people along inside the jail that need help well, and that's a great question you know as society. We have a moral in a fiscal obligation to move people along out of incarceration. You know what? What I did a major, as I started the women tear when recovery pot, so that they could start working people could start working on their addiction. The moment they become incarcerated the men's veterans pod, which struggles quite frankly with PTSD and housing issues and the men's pilots, and which we teach men who are getting ready to get out of jail How do they get their driver's license back how to pay their child support doing those things that keep them from incarceration and then. Then in the smaller initiatives, I wanNA bring an education for the female prisoners. They've never had an education program inside that jail, so the female prisoners I'm going to bring in peer mentoring so that when we release people from jail, there's someone there who cares about that person and has a relationship with them and can help them move along in society instead of walking down the street and buy some heroin I also want to increase you know the officers transparency I think. The officers at work inside our sheriff's Office. Deserve transparency that so that they understand what direction management's going in, and I think they would appreciate that, lastly to the voters of Hamilton, county, why would you be a better candidate than Bruce Hufbauer. Well, because one I've managed budgets of thirty six million dollars over five years is the major I served in every facet of our criminal justice system, and that includes patrolling counties, and in Hamilton, county with a small unit of amd electric monitoring and I also have worked as a major and a major. There is proof that I am of meter in criminal justice reform and I will say this to everyone out there. No matter what side of the aisle you're on, there is something in criminal justice reform for you. Sure Main Montgomery. Thank you and good speed Godspeed. You have any questions for me about sports, politics, world capitals something that's confused over the years I can help you with. Quite clear and I love to listen to. You Sherman Montgomery. Thank you very much and good luck to you. Thank you, thank you, Willy! Let's continue with more and of course this, November you have a choice between Bruce Hofbauer. Who spent I think about thirty three years of its PD says police or Sherman McGovern spent about thirty years working in the sheriff's department underside lease, and for a while under Jim Neal, so let's see what happens in November and comments or questions, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand pounds, seven, hundred, eighteen, coming up a little after two o'clock today is Tony Benders. Good friend, the governor. Mike Dewine about masks and more at your own. The reds practice more or less has begun on newsradio seven hundred W. Billy Cunningham getting ready for the Governor News and plus Please note that your. STORES DOT COM Lawrenceburg Green Township Westchester Anderson Red Bank road in Montgomery having a use sale today and tomorrow getting ready for the fourth of July holiday weekend. 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Hour 4; Edgar Thompson and Callers

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It's been a busy when lane kiffin earlier, we also had pete sample talked about the Notre Dame, situation with Pete Samson, and we'll go down to Florida shortly and get an update on the gators. Let's check in with Hampton. Who is up next a Hampton afternoon? Paul how are you doing? Hey, they're great to have you on. I just want to say I'm a long time listener. first-time caller actually started listening when it was me and my dad would listen to seven forty, eight am. So that's one I've been listening along Montgomery. I'M A. Recent College graduate of Alabama. But I wanted to. I mean I wanted to. Call it early. Truly. Wanted to just ask you know he he had to be on something to think that truly might zurve being sec I mean, what was he talking about? There's only two ways of dealing with a call like that Hampton and I chose the. Path of least resistance. Right. He was talking about how you know they had beaten. You know some f you say teams in the recent memory but all thinking was that you know the blind squirrel eventually. announced. Program having a good program doesn't necessarily tickets you into the sec better do more than that. Exactly on this other thing I, had was you know with today's. Ever. Changing work on you know college, College Athlete and how I think that now more than ever they're being treated more like professionals You know than ever before why are we still referring to them? As children kids. that I don't. I don't see how you can do that like I said especially how we're how we're treating them like adults in ever. Like At, least nine street college I was never called a kid by you know. It's a good question and I. I would say I'm guilty and everyone is we tend to do that. I don't know why we do it. It's I. Think it's just a a habit. But. No in your twenty one years old you're not a kid. Exactly and I and I can understand maybe you know like. People say you know the kids about eighteen maybe freshman sophomore when you grew in the the seniors the fifth year seniors are twenty, two, twenty, three, I would considered them real. They've hasn't make you know some pretty tough decisions that might not think, wow, there's very tough but they have big responsibility mix up decisions that now I think we should give them enough respect and we're not calling him kids at that age. It's A. Great comment I'm glad you brought it up I will try to avoid it in the future. Eugene is up, next. And he's no kid get after named. Paul how you? Enjoy your show so much. I wanted to ask you do you. Have you heard any information about what? The rosebowl intends to do this year. Are they going to pick teams that are playing or are just to shut down like the PAC twelve the big ten if done. I don't think they're going to have a I haven't heard officially but I I don't know how they're going out of the game if their game is usually the winner, the of the two conferences that have opted out. Well. The way I look at it is I could be a real good thing for college football in that if the pack neither the PAC ten nor the. Pack I'm sorry the PAC twelve north big ten is playing. Then that would seem to me to be an avenue that they could exploit they invite. Teams from the SEC here's the here's the problem though with that you already have. Under Normal Times, I mean the SEC winner versus not the winner but the SEC always plays the big twelve winner in the sugarbowl show. I mean, I would think they would protect that and then you have all those matchups in in the boy. You've you've asked a great question because I was just thinking about the Orlando game with one in Tampa those are big ten sec matchups. You you have a lot of games that are really. I don't know how you're going to have them because they're really won't be enough schools and and and you can't take if you're the SEC. I don't you. You have to protect the games that you have agreements with. And I do not know what they're going to do. It. I think it's a question that just has not been answered yet because. We don't have any idea what the season's GonNa look like. Well. I'm I'm not asking you to look into your crystal ball and tell me what the feature has got a unfair how it's gonNA unfold but I will say this much if I were. If I were representing the. Rose Bowl, and I wanted to put on a game. I think I would. Try to cross it argument that said. Force Majeure. Dictates that all the contracts. that would otherwise apply. Ordinary year have to be set aside because of Covid nineteen and therefore the playing field is wide open. For. Team before Games Roosevelt to pick and choose what teams they by the way I do I do have an answer for you and there will be a rose bowl this year. The Rose Bowl I did realize just the Rose Bowl is part of the CFP this year. So the semi final will be at the Rose Bowl. I say. Okay okay. that. OBVIATES my question then okay I see what you say. In Negates my stupidity for not knowing that. All of us are of say to get information where we can. Yeah and I had not thought of it but I mean, those are those are questions that you just really haven't thought about yet Because there, a million questions that are more pertinent. But no get no caller is more relevant than our next one. It's been too long since I said, Legend is next. Throw it all coats. Legend Ready. Everybody looks teeing up. Are you ready for Football Paul? I am ready I. Wish we were starting tomorrow. May I be to? We might need to start small amount of size. IDEA. Really. Really. Like laying kisses man I really liked. Him. Bad a coach where the edge but it looks like his dams like mount also. You know I don't know. Legend did you find this as funny as I did and I really do like lane a great deal but the idea lane kiffin. Telling players they have to behave I, mean. My finding too much humor in that. Yeah I thought that was pretty funny to s amazing. How two years with Mick saving a real rehabilitate but. Lane has grown up. Go I were Nick Sabin School hard not. By taking dollars, they look like you got to cut out all that bullcrap mad y'all fix coast you gotta cut it out a wall to say lives. So we know laying killer where a all of that straight line for long role. Paul Alabama got more cupcakes scheduled than a baker. Cali-. We load it. Don't you say Allah's loaded this year you on a few people I know that I. Followed by you wait. Mammal is the best team in the country coming in I. Know that doesn't make Clemson people feel good but based on what I've heard. I mean, we have the same sources. Danny Sheridan so I I have heard from people inside that program if they if they are raring to go. Danny shed into stores. You don't need Vegas antibody you got the man you right You know when you when you look at this Alabama team, I, want to tell us some football all this allows. You know when you look at this Alabama team that all the line man meal one side letter would on the other side with Brown and the middle dare man come on they got the best offense line and the nasal hair it's running behind it. Why L. Males out on Goner Man This. Get to the Lsu but that's where I wanna be with us where I want to see. It I'll tell you another game that excites me Paul is this UK all bring gas. Reward you see they're not. Well, you know Kentucky he's been doing all this talking about how lead they and everything and I just say you know it's time to put up or shut up. You know you WANNA be elite you go. You got to be over the GUS bus for sure 'cause you know when it comes to the faith. In a program if you I evolve and you know you have to be aware that the GUS bus trips on the road and you gotta be careful brother when you down there it goes both knits can play now he can drive but I've been hearing all this talk from Kentucky and it's time to put up or shut up go in Auburn kicked the ghostbuster Behind it did all the leave you about stuff but I mean, that's Kinda. Funny. That's the biggest game on the schedule. On the first week. There we go to Mali hop Missouri. That's a bad way to be I. I head coach coming to the conference. Paul here would you say what? How off the top of your head who you think you're going to have the most disappointing season to season that I I? A? AM A bad schedule I'll tell you that. Me I. Think lsu is maybe slight slightly underperform. But I am going to defer to the king of all media legend to answer the question. The George. I didn't. The. Now hold on a second my my griffin was here yesterday talking about what a terrible schedule they were. They were dealt. Do you think that has something to do with it? Early trouble though the US. Things amy noon, Newman play I mean really good at times. But at other times, he religion asking me this question though and I don't I'm not a handicapper I'll leave it to share it in but. What happens to these programs and you you mentioned you lose a big game early you maybe get upset somewhere. I mean, this is going to be a grind from with because of everything else, and if you find yourself out of it early, what's going to happen? Well Georgia gunby out of it early, they'll be able to answer that. Twelve Games, you can make you can make up some ground, but you can't make it up with if you drop to conference games or before a mid October. That's like a sixty day baseball. Exactly go. With. Old Room Air at all God, just like the window has closed on Kirby's really no I mean he's so much want to be the Little Nick Save of the SEC and I really think they had an opportunity about last year and the year before to maybe bus they wade through that window but we know that the Buffalo Bills College football say otherwise counts the most that I just seen this program not winning the East at all and They. Break. You do you do need to thank me for setting you up on this because if I'd answered Georgia, it would have certainly destroyed your L. eloquent point. Hey, thanks for the call and we will talk soon legend back in midseason form. On. August twentieth we are back with more of your calls when we come back, don't let a hangover slow you down it with goodies hangover pain relief at the speed of powder goodies hangovers the first hangover offering. From analgesics brand, it temporarily relieves minor pains due to hangover headache and even handles muscle aches good. East hangover comes in tasty berry citrus boost flavor and includes about as much caffeine as a cup of coffee to help restore mental alertness when experiencing fatigue drowsiness associated with the hangover simply toss it back or mix with water juice. It's that easy. Cody sang over real medicine for real hangovers available on Amazon in Walmart and at your local convenience store. You're listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. Welcome back Great happy with us and we. Always look forward to talking to Edgar. Thomson covers the Gators for the Orlando Sentinel and Edgar. You're becoming a television star. We we had the Zun. Conversation. With Mohan on the other night and you are front and center. You are you doing autograph signings? I don't think the gator fan base could be lining up. I am curious. Though is somebody who's covered college football for a long time What's it like covering? Covering. This camp in in the in the way that you're having to do it, it's it's so unconventional I know everything is but but I'm really interested. We're pretty we're pretty blind over here Ma'am I. Mean They haven't even put up a roster for the two thousand, twenty season. So it's pretty crazy it starting out very slowly the trickle of information that's coming out and the several players didn't show up the first practice. or two or three then we're not sure is returned any album including their two three of their top wide receivers and trae grimes being among them. So there there's stuff going on over there, but we're just sitting around our houses waiting till. Dan Shows up on you know on once he's he's good. I'll give him credit there and I, understand the restrictions are necessary but it is. It's a little challenging for sure so. What. I know what you're doing what can't you do that you normally do? Well they don't open a venture practice is there but they do open some early on. Say you get a feel for a little bit of that you can see the guys you can. You know some guys coming along physically or not is Ethan White Kid. Who came in here at one hundred pounds is linemen total project and the guy was two thousand in some recruit and he's down. He's like seventy five pounds or something he's going to be a starting lineman on might even be working at center. So you know stuff like that. That's that's an interesting storyline that we're kind of in the dark about right now. But there, Brian Cox Junior the transfer from Georgia the linebacker who's going to be tied grandmoms next unit, Stud? Pass. rusher. By all accounts we'd like to see him in the flash we roll haven't seen much of home. Emmy and show it listen I haven't covered team in A. But but so much of covering a team is being around picking up nuggets and I realize everyone you can text and do all the things that people do but there's something about being there isn't. Well like I said, there's there. It's not like they're playing in the doors open. We're getting a bunch of access to these practices particularly as the season goes on but you do get an early feel for things by being there and and you know you legitimizes you with the coaches when you're showing off a little bit they see us the fan base. When you're reporting information from the end there you're supposed to be the conduit that you know whatever you can provide there, and these zoom calls aren't like open to the public. So would they can some stuff can come out on our twitter accounts and stories that way but Anyway Dan Mullen is like all we've gotten so far. We haven't talked to call trout since last March and Bam said today they have not. Paul, this is really kind of unfathomable. They have not had a practice. Like they're having right now like just rolled nut symbolic fundamental type practice not a game day game week practice. Excuse me game week practice since last August ninth. So, they haven't really had a grinded out kind of practice format for a year. So it really tells you how covert derailed like any sort of like you know off, see them spraying all these things and they're really just trying to cram a ton or really tight window now. In anger, you're not only have to cover the team, but you have to keep your eye on what's happening on campus what? What is the situation down there with classes and what what's the protocol for for you f While they're starting clouds is a week from Monday I've seen students strickland I live pretty close to university and that GonNa get a little dicey potentially for all of us. Any residents of the Games. All much. The football team 'cause it's going to be tended thousands of kids. On campus has been saying now at a number of schools around the nation what's going on? There not a lot of social distancing now game and kind of a cavalier attitude toward everything. So that makes everybody a little bit nervous. I'm sure administrators and coaches more than anyone because they know their players have had them under control in the gators had twenty one cases of twenty infection players infected but. That was before they got back for mandatory. Workout starting July fourteenth in. A positive test or even quarantine situation off. So that could radically change. Once you introduce students on campus the president Dr Fox can sauce has challenged students assigned some pledge. Ninety five percents signatures on a pledge to do x Y and z all the protocol that you need to do to try to combat this L. Virus and he shave his head and paint one half blue and one have. If he gets ninety five percent signatures so it'll be interesting to see if that motivate students to sign and follow the protocols. I could be wrong but I'm I'm detecting. At least a little bit of skepticism from your. I mean I don't know that I. Yeah. I. Mean What? I'm this like the Gators, the other department in some ways, it's this day by day. You know it's a white ostler man it's like day to day week to week right now he's trying to get to the first game, and then if you get through that, try to get to the second game right and that's kind of where we are and you know I reported a story earlier today that Florida, sent out a letter to big money. Boosters season ticket holder type on Monday, and they're projecting fifty million in lost revenue even with. Limited. Capacity in the stadium which they haven't announced or decided upon quite yet. So it's just a bloodbath man it's a it's a tough situation for all parties involved I I'm not complaining about lack of access or anything. I mean these people have some real challenges over there at the university. Athletic Association. What is fifteen million dollars mean to an athletic budget light Florida's. Fifteen million. I mean right now is pretty significant. Why? Where's that team I in common law north I'm sorry I thought you said that they sent out a letter projecting a deficit. Fifty million. Okay. Well, let me I didn't think fifteen thousand that big a deal. So let's let me rephrase the question. Fifty million dollars I think the answer is pretty self explanatory. But but how how do you deal with the loss like that? While they project by of one hundred and forty, one, seven, go leave and two, four and football revenue. So you're putting your so that puts it in perspective. It's more than third of the budget, save hundreds of employees over there, Paul and know lot of behind the scene types you know that I don't know what their futures, their salaries, whatever I don't want to speculate. But this is the thing you're saying at schools around the country and Florida state. For example, a bunch coaches of massive pay cuts i Mike Novell's twenty five percent Wonder how GonNa fifteen percent they got rid at twenty five employees now, I think Florida's situation better Florida state. They don't want that willing tiger by hanging over their heads and plus they get. Pay Payoff on, which is significantly more than they see safe. It's really kinda apples and oranges, but it's still an example of a big time college football program within pretty much two hours a little bit more that undergoing some rural challenges. So Yeah I. Don't know how it's all going to shake out fall but it they need to play football at some level this season and they're going to do to do it and I will give the SEC credit. And that is really has been methodical taking its time as really pushed on gotten hot over seas. So to speak expression and loves to say these days and you know is believing in it processed and we'll see if it works because they didn't pull the plug on it like the PAC twelve and the big ten and they might have to all me many think they will. But I'm just taking away the attitude personally I don't know about you. Know. I I feel better today than I've felt in weeks but that doesn't mean. It. How how how the two of us is not going to dictate or determined the next few weeks will edgar. Thank you for coming on. Always appreciate your time. About Edgar Thompson. Really really great reporter down there in. Gainesville covers the team for the Orlando Sentinel. We have thirty minutes remaining. We hope you'll stick around and we will get to your calls right after this. Did you know GEICO's now offering an extra fifteen percent credit on car and motorcycle policies? That's fifteen percent on top of what Geico could already save you. 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That's just crazy to me especially over something that you have over ninety nine percent chance to be because this is a bunch of foolishness. This is. I won't argue with you about my own view I know what my own view is and you you have not quite under you have not quite characterized, but I'm most interested in in your view of the virus. Can you explain to all of us? The foolishness of it. Art. You have over ninety nine percent at to beat it correct. Nine. Depending on you from my information here. I don't wear a mask I'm not gonNA wear masks I've been I've been to Florida. Number one hot spot in the country I've been everywhere ain't change none. It's so serious that we have to wear a mask. It's mandated that we have to wear masks where I live at and would have had have I just got lucky for for for five months that I haven't got the virus. Well I. I I'm really glad you have not got it to explain to me again you said you have not worn a mask. No No. No. I will not wear a man. You will not wear a mask Ni- I'm not I'm not wear masks. No I I haven't wore a math at all. I've been the Florida number one hotspot. Mansell. So Andy where do you go not wearing a mask if you wouldn't mind explaining I've been to the beach in Florida been to the beach. restaurants. been to the city. Being anywhere, I wanted to go. You you weren't part. Did. So so this pandemic are I, call it a plan? This plan dimick's so serious that we have to mandate mass, but I've just got lucky for five six months and haven't got it. Where where where do you? What part of Tennessee do you live? In eight. Okay and where do you go? Where do you go out and when you're not home? Obviously, where do you go that Put you in contact with Out A I'll I'll give you a good example Jim I go to they do a decent job of cleaning, but it's the gym germs everywhere. You know what I'm saying it's everywhere and the county that I live in has been one of the hotspot in the whole state, Hamlin County. The whole state I go to the gym six days a week. Still haven't got it. Don't wear masks just do normal stuff. Just watch you go Do you go to. A lucky. Will you you've been fortunate I'll say that you go into restaurants. Every a go go go to restaurants me and my girlfriend go to restaurants every Thursday Saturday and sometime Sunday but Thursday and Saturday for sure. Every week don't wear math. Not Wearing a mask. Does your. Does your girlfriend where a mask. No A and and she's a nurse. She's a nurse note. So, so this is a pandemic, and if this is a pandemic, there's a homeless problem out in California Hughes homeless. Problem He's homeless problem and it's big out there. Why aren't there the dead people all over the streets. Well I I. Don't know I. Mean they're you know. A A I'm a I'm gonNA tell you why because it's not that serious and this is going to be overweight November us. They tried everything to get that man out of office, and this is the thing they try, and now you got an over ninety nine percent chance to beat this supposed even if you get it. Even if you did it. In the. I. I don't know I'm just a talk show host as you all know. And I and I know you gotTa Watch what you say But. You wanted to college football season in you could tell in your town that you won't it. Great. Thank you to cancel it. You you only Batman to cancel to see. Any. Of Why why would pretty much the only person that keeps it real Bout of. About the virus is Clay Travis, he's the only one that keeps real and the only reason he he can keep it real is to have bosses like like y'all. So he can keep it real. So Andy, if I could follow that you think are bosses espn are telling us to push the cancellation of the college football season. I think you have to watch what you say and I think that you can't speak the truth about this because you have over nine percent chance. So you don't see if I. Hold on a second if I said to you, I agree with you that this is all political that on November fourth, it's going to evaporate. would. You feel better? Now. 'cause you know I, wouldn't feel. My question like you don't you don't mean what you say like like Klay like play Travis that land believes and means what he says. He don't have bosses like you do like like we're nine will bring it up. But you member what you said a long time ago and they made you come on immediately and apologize for what you say. You meant what you say. But you had to come apologize though as 'cause you got bosses Clay Travis can tell it like it is and he don't have to do it by the way. One other thing. You're probably right about all of this. I mean I what do I know but If it end if it ends on November fourth in. America. Will it end everywhere else in the world as well? Well Ovarian, and we're supposedly started they out there partying having a big time it that this past week. But regardless, if you get it, you have over ninety nine percent chance to beat it. You have and it's not even affecting these kids. It's not even affecting them like it. I've I've been going on for five months eight were mess and one time. Paul. Were mass one time. Have I just got lucky for five months? For five months if I just got lucky. I know you may. You may have some built in immune system that wail and another thing is I try to take care of my body. So I'm being held hostage by people who don't take care of their body don't get everything handed to you through a window. Brought out to you try to take of your body run they'll work out. So well, what is what is a normal workout for you, andy? I warm up with about four zero five and then go from there. Will Be. Four, or five what. Four or five on the bench on the bench. That's my warm up and then what do you do? And then we about. About six at. About five things and then just work our way on the. What's your? What's your I'm intrigued by this because I I can't do that. But what are you a tall guy or thin guy what? About, six for. About six four. Fifty did you play ball? No I do. Tell you what we have to problem. Andy I am really appreciative your call and I hope you stay well because Lob type but for real policy is suppose dog. There's a bunch of foes I've been going on for five months don't wear masks. Do, what I WANNA do matter of fact I've been within inches matter of fact, girl came into my work. She tested positive for his fires. Right right. I'm with an answer are touching the same door handles touching the same mouse doing everything. The girl tested positive. She knew she tested positive coming anyways terms into my work anyway some within inside of her has to go take a test. Of course comes back negative. One of my friends, his kids tested positive kids have Causey. Nobody else in the house tested positive we in the pandemic Demi win the pandemic the series is there's nobody else in the House that's positive come on Paul. Somebody in the media besides play travels got got got to keep it real because ain't nobody is GonNa do. Ain't going to. Due to is too liberal and ESPN take. Do. Eighty thanks for the call eight too late for a break but learned a lot air. We. Will come right back. Hope you will hope you will too. It's your home speaking and I need you to do me a couple of favors. I could get that blueberry that rolled under the fridge last week it's throwing my functions way off second thing, bundle your home and car insurance with GEICO. It's easy and we could save money. Lastly I know you're thinking of painting the nursery back to off white but I'm actually feeling this baby blue didn't think it was my color but I am pulling it off Gyco for bundling made easy go to GEICO DOT COM today Napa know. 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I think it's Charlotte but moved it to North Carolina pretty the guy he's he's a He worked for the New York Times I can't remember his name I think the book is heels of battle, yeah. I do remember the book I vaguely remember the story but I think you're right I mean the game was definitely moved. From. The Rose Bowl. I guess they won't have to move it from. Two Charlotte I'm up here in North Louisiana I did graduate from Lsu but. But if they don't have I I'd like to see the there's GonNa be one hell of a roadblock. that. In Baton Rouge. If they try to keep those KUNA asses from tailgate that's all I got to say bye bye. Thank you. Yeah. I thought they moved to to do do can do can somebody playing in that game but Hey I don't know And the reason why I was moved I think they needed to stadium It was either a threat or? I vaguely remember the book though thanks for the call. Let's stay. Lucky is in Louisiana you're on the air. Hello. Thanks Paul for taking my call. Thank you. I, gotTa. Guess is the question of whether L. But we all know that Koby Nineteen is the biggest opponent for this fall football season. and My thinking is why don't All these players that caught the Kovac nineteen and didn't have any problems as for severe. Why don't they think they're plasma? And get the anybody's and give it to the rest of the team. So they can be at least close to immune or have a strong resistance to yeah I I don't know how to answer that question but it's A. It's. An immunologist do it, but it's a complicated issue It's not as simple. As doing that. Go ahead. But by the way, the game was Durham North Carolina when. was in Roseburg go go ahead. Okay just just just your while ago. Selah from Tennessee best specis five hundred and all that and he's immune to it if they could take his blood and get to anybody's out of it. That guy. Ever, I'm not people are different Lucky everyone. People's immune systems different question. You know antibodies the Blake. would. Give it to all these teams include Dan or fail, and that way they'll be have more of a strong immune system I'm thinking maybe. Yeah Knowledge is a little bit beyond control but hey, thanks for the call I've learned so much. One more thing unfortunately, we have to go but thanks for the call. Real quick. Go ahead we're short on time. We're actually we're. We're we're we're done. I Apologize. We'll do it tomorrow. Same same same channel. Have a good night. Down let a hangover, slow you down, fight it with goodies hangover pain relief at the speed powder goodies hangovers the first hangover offering from analgesics brand. It temporarily relieves minor pains due to hangover headache and even handles muscle aches go these hangover comes and tasty berry citrus boost flavor and includes about as much caffeine as a cup of coffee to help restore mental alertness when experiencing fatigue drowsiness associated with the hangover simply toss it back or mix with water juice. 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Bill Cunningham 7/16/20

Bill Cunningham

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Bill Cunningham 7/16/20

"The. Billy Cunningham, and of course we the first professional win in the year twenty twenty. which you almost can't believe. Taken is still the middle of July to get the first professional win FC Cincinnati one, but until then coming up later is rob sanders about what's happening in northern Kentucky also later on his Brian Hammers good friend chief of police former Tom striker about the lasso system that may be deployed on cops belts along with everything else to lasso someone, but until then Brian Hamrick power five welcome again to the bill, Cunningham, show and Brian. How are you? I'm good Mr, Cunningham so let's run Hamrick doing about these masks in about. And also about contact tracing which I guess is the next level of what we're GONNA. Do you have a good report coming up on channel five later about contact tracing explained time, and what the Hell is that? Well the contract tracers are what they're calling the disease detectives, and basically when you come down with Cova, your name sent to the Health Department Could be any number of different health departments here in the city for example and they will call you and they want to know then who were in contact with so they can tell them. You know that they should warranty and be aware that they were in contact with somebody who who had it so. It's very important, and then people need not lockdown to be aware to go get tested, so they can try and keep the spread down. That's that's what the contract. Contact Tracer do so. Let's say match timing when she doesn't. Let's say test positive for covert nineteen, my producer. He's negative, but let's let's assume he's positive. I've been in contact with them. We wear masks were six feet apart were careful, but nonetheless so if somebody would get hold of me. What are my obligations? I think they would let you know. Hey, look, you've been in contact with somebody who who had tested positive you. WanNa Monitor Yourself. You want to keep an eye I think they want you to like dealt corn team for a while and and again get. So just so you aren't out there. They are probably don't have it and you aren't spreading around as well. 'cause you know whoever you can't come in contact with Ben and you're not showing any symptoms. That's the way it is crazy. Virus works. You don't have any symptoms for a long time. You know have any idea if you've got it or not, sometimes you. You can have it. It can be building up. You get a test that you have it and then a week later you you got it, so it's very tricky, and so as far as what are my rights, duties and obligations. If someone calls me, who's GonNa? Call me who determines who is a contact tracer who employs them? What my rights duties and obligations? Well, the the contract tracers come from like health department. That's pretty much most of the city health department right now. That's almost what you're doing. They'll call like for every. Person they'll call you know. It could be ten. People could be fifty people. They make maybe two hundred calls a day. Trying to track down the people that may have coming contact with somebody else just to inform them and give them an I. Don't know that you have a legal obligation, but I think I think most people would want to know. Been in contact with somebody, and there's no legal requirement that I participate, but it's in my own self interest to do so and my sack lunch. But if you WANNA, raise your hackles and say I'm not gonNA participate. Ultimately, the health department could go to commonplace court and get an injunction that would require me, but they had to be probable cause to believe that I have a communicable fatal disease, and you go through a hearing process and right now hell. The courthouses largely shut down again. Judge Kubicki said we can't get. Get Jurors largely. You can't get into the courthouse anyway. It's the damnedest thing I've ever seen. Yeah, I! Think like most of this stuff, even if they require it by law or whatever there's no real enforcement on it, so it's like you're pretty much left to do what you think's right and you know so. I think that's what they they hope people will do you know. as far as the number of people when you travel the highways and the BYWAYS, and probably no one gets around more the tri-state than Brian Hamrick. Have you seen a complete difference in how Americans now wear a mask as opposed that? Don't wear a mask. I think so I think I'm a lot. More people wear the masks. This is kind of interesting I just got this information before talking to some of this city tracers. They're telling on that. People were being real good about it like when they're working in the business and all that but your home and they say they'll have like They're finding more like birthday. Parties Family Reunion. Get togethers and it's like. Oh, I. Know You know Frat. He's cousin, Friday, he you know, and so they kinda let their guard down these kind of events, and that right now is where they're finding more and more of these of these cases are coming from those those things, and here's something I find fascinating. Thousands literally thousands of people out protesting, they're saying they got maybe one percent that are coming from those protests. I find that fascinating and and they think I mean you know I was like you. You know I they told us. Don't wear the mask. That was skeptical of that. I'm like well. The only telling don't wear a mask because they wanNA save for the doctors this us that okay. Thank God skeptical that now tell us aware of the mask I'm skeptical of that. I wait a minute. They just wanted to wear. The Methadone allows to tell us to do so. I'm always skeptical of anything. They tell us, but I will say you know more and more information keeps coming up and I know the governor keeps saying where the match. And I. DO I keep it like a holster? I go in wherever I'm near people I try and keep the distance. That's my main I try and keep distance from everybody and I try and do everything outside I. Almost never interview anybody inside anymore i. just say let's go outside and keep our defense i. just feel like that works better But here's the you know the fact that they aren't come. You know. Nobody came down with it. Almost all the people at these protests were wearing math. You know so. Maybe maybe there is something to. The argument is while there's more testing being done. Therefore, the numbers are going up now. We're getting punished for texting because the testing is up there for. There's more results, therefore, the government crackdown role, but on the other hand in the beginning we were told not to wear masks, and of course I have many quotes, video and audio from Dr Anthony Vouchers saying don't wear a mask I got reports. The American Medical Association for the New England, Journal of Medicine that wearing a mask as a placebo. It really doesn't help you at all, but then we have Dr. Redfield and others CD saying if we all wear masks. Forty thousand people are GonNA die. I I. Don't know what I wear masks either. Here's my I don't. It doesn't hurt me and I don't mind with a mask on. I'll go in and guessing pace. You know I'm like what you know I. Don't have a- An issue with breathing or anything like that, so you know I just do it and you know I I get along because I don't know you know like I said I I don't know whether I believe or I don't believe this or whatever, but I'm like It's not hurting. Anything goes I. Don't think he's GonNa. Make it any worse, so I'll go ahead and do it. but I. Tell You get more convinced like I. I said when I heard that one percent of the cases are coming from those protests, and like I said I was there right in the middle of it. People were on top of each other. Everyone was shouting. Don't everything you're not supposed to. Do. You know and a pandemic, but now we're seeing these cases, maybe very hewer trace to that will maybe you know? Maybe that does more to convince me that that you know. Maybe there is something to the mask and and wearing them, and then you know so i. think at all fair it out. You know as we go through this experiment. Nobody really knows. You know for certain like you said there's there's so much science on both sides of it. It seems like you could make an argument either way, and I you know I don't blame people for being confused not at all, but most of the protests and rioting took place outside, and so with the wind. And so maybe that's the differential is. It isn't as important to wear a mask outside with the wind, blowing and screen as opposed to a bar now I don't go to bars as as my producer does match diamonds there all the time yelling and screaming the music's playing people are happy. Their young bodies are mixing together and men and women are yelling at each other and all that kind of stuff. Maybe that's the problem inside of a bar, not necessarily a restaurant where you're sitting down with your family people in your face streaming. He goes the music's loud. Right you know and I asked somebody contract tracers about that as well now. They're not GONNA working on statistics. They're just telling me Kinda what they're seeing on kind of case by case, and they're just as they experience a calling. And they said they're still seeing this in the outdoor setting, when people aren't wearing a mask like at at like birthday parties, and and and family gatherings, and this sort of thing so he. He, said we. We just find people, but I think also people within their own family and all that they're. They're forgetting about social distancing, so it's like we gotta pick our boys and Ria social distance. We're going to wear a mask. We're going to do both and I think at this point. I mean with these numbers, and all that might not be the worst idea to try and do as much as we can. You know. Nobody's GONNA. Come. The government's not gonNA come in protective. We're going to do it ourselves I'll mask I. Wash my hands every three seconds I got. Around me, I don't like women. Hug and kiss me anymore. Stay away and all I knew is. The big that big issue problem because that happens with you a lot. Now secondly, a big story happened below the radar, which would have been huge except for the covert nineteen, and this is the terrible incident of a younger woman. KILLED, and put in a barrel in Butler county. Can you explain that case goes? Over the top of everybody. Really you know because of all these things that have been happening some of these somebody's story. We would normally you would see for days on you. You may see a blip and if one of this was coming just. Unbelievable it's so police. Get call that. Maybe somebody had overdosed in a house up on Yankee. Rose thirty two hundred block. Yankee road, so they go up to check it out now while they're in. They're talking to the Guy Guy named William Slayton. He's thirty five years old he's. He goes into back and they hear this racket in the back, and they're like what's going on. What turns out? He threw some big barrel over a fence into the neighbor's yard and they're like well. We probably better check out. They open up the barrel and a body of a nude woman his inside the barrel. While they start talking to him. He said well. Yeah, I know according to police. He says the woman he was in a some kind of. Drug Stupor have been taking drugs. He says he woke up to find the woman hanging in his basement, so he decided he would. Cut off her fingers and her tattoos and save those, but after leaving our lay on the basement floor for about three days, he decided he put her in his barrel, as always puts her in a barrel, and then, and then when the police comey throws the barrel over the wall, I mean it's just the most bizarre circumstances. Say That again. The woman was hanging in his basement dead guy. He told the police when they ask him about the woman in the barrel. He goes well. Yeah. He was hanging in my basement, but I just woke up from this drug Stupor I. Don't know how she got there. She was just there, but you know. I guess I thought I'd better take her fingers off and cut off her tattoos, and put them all in a little bowl seals, and keep those then put her in the barrel. and. That's what he did. And then when the police came I, guess he realized you know. Maybe I can get caught with his body in a barrel, so he dumps the barrel over the fence into the neighbor's yard. Hey I. mean it is the most. Weird thing you know. I've seen in a while around here. I assume and I hope that guys locked up presently. Yeah, he's locked up. He's charged right now. Just charged with. Abuse of a corpse. Tampering with evidence I I don't think they have him on a murder charge, but I don't think they needed to just point there. Wait till they get all the facts together and and get the case built, and then they'll charging with the murder of see you know. They believe he's the one who did it know they're also. The caller said there may have been on overdose, so they got check that out that you know how the woman died, but certainly that that that that. What he did after he. Says he found the body and how the body come to be hanging? You know it's just it's just. Really Weird and me. That's true Hornets. Twenty one from Somerville is is the victim here and just a just a sad state of affairs. You just wonder what was Nisa Very Dahmer like very. You have to like. What was going on with this person you know? What has happened in his past, you know. Where did all this come from? Well. I've heard some strange things in news reports. Brian Hamrick, of Channel Five. This is about the strange I've heard, but every time I say something else happens. COMES UP. Yeah, it's it's very weird. This guy had been I think he had been indicted play. You'll be some charges in twenty eleven like using a minor a minor in nudity, pandering sex those kinds of things, then he. Serves some time like maybe six years or something like that for that and he just got out like twenty eighteen, so he released. He's been out, so I mean. What else don't. We know about this guy since twenty eighteen? Because it sounds real strange that the first thing he would ever do would be you know. Stuff! A woman in a barrel cut part of her off and keep them i. mean it just seems like this would be something that would come in progressive sort. But right now there's no evidence of that, but you know it just doesn't please. We'll definitely have. You got to take a look at that. I don't want to once again. What is the woman's name? I Sicily Cornet, she's twenty one years old from from Somerville. Yes! This just a tragic. Story. How ran into this guy? All that still be known. Brian Hamrick stay on the trail of this thing. We'll see what occurs and once again. May you stay safe? A channel five give my best to Mike and Assure A and K rob and thanks again for coming on the bill. Cunningham Show Thank again Mr Cunningham Brian. Hamrick of the power five the best there is in the streets. Let's continue with more and as we do. We have rosie and Cincinnati about the rallies in Columbus and wearing masks, according to the contact tracer, one percent came out of the so-called protests and riots, plus we have six lines open, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand. Did you see Governor Mike Dewine? He's running for president. Red Tie white shirt, blue suit American, flags Abraham, Lincoln Bust, quoting Reagan and FDR. Dewine twenty. Twenty Four Your comments on seven hundred WWL W. Billy Cunningham. The Great America. Let's set up for the rest of today's big show. After one o'clock today is Rob Sanders Kent County Prosecutor Commonwealth Attorney to talk about what's happening now. Northern Kentucky. I would note I texted with them earlier this morning and he was a grand jury, and also later on is the governor Mike Dewine a two o'clock after his address to the nation yesterday that I think was the launch of his twenty twenty. Twenty Four Campaign for the presidency match time in my producer may say he's going to be too old well and four years he'll be a couple years younger than Joe Biden and certainly more competent, so we'll see what happens there plus I want to get your reaction to the comments of one Brian Hamrick and not him so much, but the contact tracers are saying that in the protests slash riots. There was only about a one percent. Rate of those who were infected now one percents, not good, but it's not bad compared to other things seven, four, nine, seven thousand, plus it appears Hamlin County may be doing some of the right things wearing the mask. Do you wear a mask when you go to Kroger when you go to Costco when you go into a restaurant like a Jeff Ruby steakhouse, wear a mask, and if so, how does that work out for you and do you feel like you have to wear a mask? Let's go to Rosie I in Cincinnati the many others and Rosie welcome to the Bill Cunningham. Show and Rosie. How are you? Hi Bill I am well. I would like to encourage people to attend. A stand for America rally this Saturday at the court at the statehouse in Columbus. From noon till three, it's family friendly. I has been up and my husband and I have both been up there poor times. It's always been peaceful last time. soccer nets put him up. Their kids play, so it's very peaceful. And continue on, I know this virus is real, but it is not a death sentence for. Correct, but but. But. Ear Beer is a powerful tool used for compliance. But mission and control the wind is now asking us to wear a mask under the guise of a threat or shutting down businesses again and no one. Has that right to decide who who is not essential, no government officials as it made to forfeit their paychecks. How dare they asked us or forced us to give out our now? Rosie, on that point on the first point you made. Some groups go to Columbus and put red paint on the state. House the bloody hand to speak. They knock out the windows of the High Supreme, court, they cause harm to highway, patrol and other cops, and when that happens, it's almost accepted as normal behaviour i. I don't accept that I. Do not think that hitting a cop in the head with a poll like happens in New York City are throwing ice water on their head is acceptable, but when you hear that from Brian Hamrick the contact tracers are saying that only one percent of those who are protesting and rioting have tested positive. Isn't that another indicator that this particular virus is not well transmitted outside? Because when I saw the video and watch what was going on yelling screaming, shouting at each other, they were certainly era, sewing spittle as much as they could, and if you can't transmitted, and that environment I would assume it's very hard virus to transmit outside. Well I absolutely agree with you. I do not stand for any of the violence, and there's never been any of that at the state. House, when we were there, although the news did try say that there were and we called him out on. They were reporting that windows broken. There were no windows broken, but it was recorded. So that's just a dead. Wise I would just. I, just WANNA be able to make up my own mind based on truth, not made up models that haven't been true proven to be wrong and. Again. But government's now telling us how to breathe. Your immune system is essential, and the government's trying to shut that down where a man skip. It makes you feel better or stay home I'm happy to help anyone in need. I don't want to get sick, but I am not, and you are not responsible for anyone else's fears or insecurities. The mass creates an illusion of safety and ends up making people fearful of each other of or no mask. Can I let me share with you. report from new. New England Journal of Medicine under date of May. Twenty first twenty twenty, so we're talking about about two and a months ago and I'm sorry two months ago, and this is not startling to the medical community. The New England Journal of Medicine said we know, and this is something among doctors, nurses and respiratory therapists. We know that wearing a mask outside healthcare facilities offers little if any protection from infection, public health authorities to find a significant exposure to Cove nineteen is face to face contact within six feet with a patient was symptomatic conditions that a sustained for at least a few minutes, and some say for more than ten or even thirty minutes, the chance of catching covert nineteen from passing interaction in a public space is therefore minimal or non-existent. In many cases, the desire to widespread masking is reflective to anxiety over the pandemic itself. So what they're saying is, it's a placebo it. It doesn't help you from communicating or giving outside of a hospital setting now I've not been in many hospital settings rosy, but if you wear a mask in a hospital setting in your healthcare worker, maybe I'll put out a bat signal to many who work in that environment. There are protocols, but how to put the mask on how to keep it on what to do when it's on how to take it off and then one. One. The mask is taken off what to do with it. The average citizen knows nothing about the protocols and is not following the protocols. In my case I asked right there and I have alcohol right there I. Have a mask in my car I. Get out! Put the mask on. I walk in I. Take it off. I don't I. Don't follow any of the protocols when it comes to handling of a mass and I would. Would, say ninety nine percent of US do not follow protocols because we're not medical professionals, so the medical profession knows that inside of a hospital or doctor's office one of the seven to ten steps to do when you have them ask, we don't follow any of them. So wearing a mask doesn't matter, and it doesn't count, but it communicates the idea that I'm being patriotic being cool. I'm in the in crowd. It doesn't mean. We're not gonNA. Have the passing of the infection and I, guess the numbers forty thousand Mike Dewine believes that the governor believes it, and he's well intended, and the governor is saying that if you wear a mask, we're not going to shut down. Isn't that like telling us do something that doesn't work, but we're GONNA make you comply because it'll communicate the idea that we're in control and you're not thank you bill for doing your homework and having a brain and again you did your own research so rely on the mainstream media. For Yourself, while it's still legal, and by the way I have adult children in the Nursing Profession for over twenty years, and in first responder, and they're all calling bs on this from the get go to begin with so I understand what you're saying with that and the governor. It's like a win. Win Situation. Worse scenario happens survey warned us oh. Thank you, and if it doesn't happen, they say Oh, thank you, governor, thank you now. Maybe go out and play. Yes as long as you. Know You you married, and normally governments aces power from citizens during a crisis like nine eleven that was used as a reason to complete lock down the country to spend trillions of dollars of extra money to go to war, with Iraq to make people comply to whatever Bush had to say, Bush and Cheney, and that was an excuse to seize more of our freedoms. Every time something occurs, the government will use that to advance against individual freedom and lock us down I noticed this morning and the Chicago Tribune mayor. Lory lightfoot is blaming trump for the violence in Chicago so I'm reading this story in her mind. We need more gun control that is, we need more background checks and. And if you got on a plane and you can't get on the plane because you're on the watchlist that means that you shouldn't be able to get a gun. We also have more waiting periods. Do you think the citizens of Chicago and they're say to would be enhanced if there were more background checks for gang bangers on this outside of Chicago. Do you think they're going to follow the wall? Hell, no only once following the law or people like you and me, we're going to follow the law, but the rest of the rest of the criminal element is going to not pay attention, but they're blaming something else for taking more of our more of our liberty and freedom. But unless all say this rosy, if we're not scared, we're going to pay somebody to scare us like at Halloween if we're not sufficiently scared about what's going on, we're GonNa go to a movie theater and pay good money to be more frightened. We have to be frightened as part of Americans Y- is part of our DNA to want to be frightened and then have the problem solved and the politicians whether it's Bashir or wine, or like the two most popular governors in Ohio, so for those who go after one a little bit, maybe like Scott. Sloan what I say is this. He's very popular now. Rosie, once again, what is your rally on Saturday if people want to attend? Fan for America, rally and from noon until three and your guest speaker the other day Jack Windsor he'll be there speaking very good investigative reporter and my other question here is. Are All the retired people. Hey, times picking for us. We don't want to be told to grow room and stay there till the governor or anybody else tells us to come out. There done that come on line. Rosie, thank you. We'll see what happens in Columbus, but I anticipate your rally. We'll be safe. I anticipate. There will be no windows broken out anticipate there will be no paint thrown together and fro. -ticipant things are going to be pretty good. Absolutely, we're standing up for for ourselves, and for those of you've. Got A lot of people won't goes. Because are under threat of possibly losing their jobs, and what's all the companies? What been somebody on these companies that they're so afraid? I guess. It's a member permit to operate or shut them down onto. I, many small business owners tell me that dewine shuts down again the the Ohio economy they will not comply I talked to hairdressers nail salons, restaurant operators jewelry stores. They will not comply. Thank goodness, somebody you know heads some courage, and that's what we need. Everyone is so complicit. Sad. It's so sad, but this country was. Built on courage and fortitude and look words going I I'm so sad for it. It hurts me so badly, you know. Rosie. Thank you for your call, and for those of us in the seventh inning of our lives, it's one thing but to look at our children, and our grandchildren say America's GonNa look like Portland Oregon or Chicago Illinois. That's the way it's GonNa. Look, it's just. There's a great concern that I have great concern. Let's go tim on a cellphone. Then we'll take a short break. Tim on a cellphone. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham. Show Tim go ahead. Thanks Bill. I just comment on the One percent. Positive impact on the of the protesters well get some food for thought. How do you know? How do they know that everybody that protested? was tested. And how do they know if somebody did protest? Are they gonNA. Tell you they did. Trans. You can say one per sample. Maybe they got a hundred out of ever. How many so me that one percent? Is like trying to say it's okay to do that way you know Kim what happens is certain. Things are authorized by government is legitimate, which is protesting screaming, shutting down streets and other things like operating a business is illegitimate. You can't tell me that Walmart is essential and must remain open, but mom and pop small businesses must close that somehow costco is essential and must be open. No matter what, but schools are not essential and must be shut down. I don't understand how anyone can seriously say that. Covert nineteen is not a disease significantly going after those in Americans between the ages of zero, twenty five or forty years old. There's little or no infection rates among school kids. No one has died of it. And in fact, all of the available evidence indicate that a child is very rarely communicating the disease to an adult or to anyone that comes out of Sweden, Denmark. Communist Red China and Korea. There's handfuls of cases they think were an eight year old gave it to a mom or dad. It's very very rare, and so we have to rely upon science, but you see. See a crackdown on our society and taken away. Our freedom, celebrities and opportunities is what government generally does, and so when they have a crisis happening, they can use that as an excuse to advance against us as individual. Americans, and we never got our rights back and so when the contact tracers tell you and I the contract tracer say you know what only one percent of that group gets. It probably is a jewelry store owner. The problem is a restaurant operator. The the problem is somebody who runs a nail salon or cuts air. That's the problem I. Don't buy that at all, but we submit because we're afraid not to. Exactly and then people hear that and they. They think? If you don't be rocket, science or figure out if you protests and a lot of people aren't going to admit you, who does they protests? But they might have got a test was positive, right? At one percent the. By. Work I'd like to see that. Tim Thanks for the call the contact tracers. You're telling Brian Hamrick that. It's one percent. The problem is in the jewelry stores. The problem is getting your haircut now. That's a problem, but if you're scream, Holler and shout then. That's okay, you're protecting. Let's continue with more in about ten minutes. We've scheduled Rob Sanders and more at one thirty is the SEGMAN and also after two o'clock today is a match time. Good Friend Governor Mike DeWine. Dewine Twenty twenty four Mike. Matt says he's running for president in the red. Tie White Shirt, the blue suit Abraham Lincoln the American flag. And frankly I would probably have no difficulty voting for Mike Dewan and twenty twenty four, so let's continue with more Bill Cunningham, newsradio seven hundred w automobile. I'm billy Cunningham I want to check in with Rob Sanders who you know. Joe Dealers Rob Sanders of Hamilton County. And Rob Sanders on, Texan you this morning you were in the grand jury. Is that a sign that things are getting back to normal? Whatever the hell that is Quan, not sure what normal is anymore. Willie appreciated me on to give you the update today, but I tell you what it is a sign that I think for a start. People are starting to recognize that we have to respect some folks. Constitutional Rights that the police officers have arrested all kinds of violent dangerous criminal. Criminals for committing all sorts of heinous acts over the course of the last three or four months, and Kentucky's constitution says they have a right to have their case heard by a grand jury within sixty days. If they can't afford bail own, we'd spend it that right up until. August I. Everything's gotTa be hurt by the end of July. All the that have had that right to have their case heard within sixty days. They've got to have their cases. Move forward by August one. So that's what we're doing. You Know Wa- Grand Juries have been great. They've been reporting for duty faithfully. Everybody's distance. Everybody's wearing masks from playing by the rules, but we're moving ahead. We're doing what we have to do. We're carrying out the people's business and we're GONNA. Get these indictments return. We're going to get the cases into the circuit court and hopefully got willing. We'll start having some trials here in a couple of weeks and Hamilton County judge. Becky Joe Dealers agreed. I talked to him off the air. That is nothing we can do. pedder or trial juries have been suspended now I don't have an active criminal practice anymore. Thank God, but there are nasty. People locked up. In Hamlin. County Justice Center I assumed Kent County to in the jail who ought to have their day in court as far as a trial, and started in February or March they can't make bail out of times. A million dollars bail for some sort of murder drug dealer, vicious rape of a child, and believe it or not. They have rights, too, and so, what happens when you're in the middle of July and you still? Still can't have a jury trial. They call one hundred and fifty jurors in Hamilton County Twenty show up one hundred thirty, saying we're not coming. You can't go on and arrest people. It's a breakdown of law and order and Joe Daters is perplexed eight. He doesn't know in a sense what to do. When trial jurors won't show up in Kenton County. What would you do if you set these trials coming in two or three four weeks and citizens who tend to be older, saying you know what I'm worried about my health I'm not coming. What do you do? That's a good question. Really. We just don't know I've been in contact with you about his situation. Because they started up their grand jury before we did, and they started up their trial juries before we did, and now they're all getting. Shut back down now. Our grand jury has just started back up. We've only had it for the last two weeks. And we've been firing up as many cases as we can get in front of them in a day every Thursday but we don't have our trial. Jury says don't start until August. But you know if people don't show up for jury duty now normally what would happen? pre corona virus is the judge would send the sheriff's deputies out the find him. Tell them to get their butts to court, and they'd better have a good explanation of why they didn't show up for jury duty, but now the Supreme Court has issued an order pretty much, says anybody that doesn't WanNA come to jury. Duty doesn't have to come to jury duty so now. What are we going do nobody wants to be there? In the first place for the most part and you really gotta worry about the jurors that do wanna be there, but. But now nobody needs an excuse. My Man, what happens at the end of the year the first quarter of next year, assuming this thing subsides and you know it will take two to ten years to get through the Federal Court through the state system, and then you jump over the federal system and the prosecutors I speak to here say we're concerned that we're going to convict some of these drug drug dealers and gang bangers and give them life imprisonment without possibility of parole in five to ten years of federal judge is GonNa. Say you know what way back in two thousand twenty? He was denied his right to a speedy trial. We know Willie We have first of all. We don't have any minor offenders in jail right now. We've got cleaned out our jail than you petty thieves and drug possessors and stuff like that. We've cut them loose to make to make space in our jail, not apologetic about that because it helped slow the introduction of coronavirus into the end of the jail population and saved this county hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars in medical bills for inmates that had to be treated our because we cleared out game space to distance. Don't have to be treated, but what? We have in jail right now where the worst of the. The worst we have. The killers the attempted murders rapists. The Roberts the child molesters child pornographers, the people. We really need locked up. That's all we have left. And that's who we have lined up retrial from now till at least the beginning next year and a lot of those are double book so I think we're GONNA be trying these in custody dependence for at least the next calendar year I don't know if somebody's out on bond right now. I have no idea when their cases going to go to trial. Because we've got so many trial stacked up with people that are in jail, but there's all kinds of problems still. We're still talking about having more year. Where we picked the jurors in the jurors wearing face masks now house, a defendant supposed to know whether this is a good, your or Badger. If they can't see, that juris facial expressions. That's the kind of concerns. I have more so than speedy trial concerns and don't get me wrong We haven't really dealt with yet, but we are going to deal with defendant. Say you're not the first up to go to trial. Come August fourth and your trial gets continued until January or February next year now sitting, they'll be complaining about speedy trial, and they might legitimate argument but I'm worried about what if we do go to trial? And if we allow jurors to wear mass, are defendants going to be able to appeal that in the future and I hope that the answer is no, since it's the Kentucky Supreme Court that setting the rules, and we're only following the rules that they said, but who knows what the United States supreme. Court will do that. Who knows what the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals or any US district judge will do with that? We don't know and like the very first trial. I have coming up is the guy. Who Shot at two police, officers in lakeside, Park and Willie. I know that you know this, but a lot of people don't realize shooting at police. Officers in Kenton County is still frowned upon. We take that very seriously, and we put you in prison for a long time. When you do that I. Know It's not that way everywhere, but it is here in Kenton County, and that's the first case I have right out of the gate, so it's not exactly the kind of case you WANNA use is an experiment or a test case, but we gotta do what we gotTa. Do you know if liberal federal judges and five or ten or Or Twelve Years WanNa go back to twenty twenty and say well. Those are the passions of the moment, and your constitutional rights are not suspended because the Kentucky Supreme Court says they're suspended. We're going to have a wholesale emptying out of the penitentiary's of the worst of the worst and five to ten years. If you want to look for a reason to free somebody, liberal federal judges can find it, and if you can't look into the face of a juror, if somehow the lawyers and the witnesses are all wearing masks, and you don't have a fair trial, because you can't determine whether or not a particular or witnesses telling the truth. That that's a breakdown Joe, told me there's a just a general breakdown of law and order judged Kubicki says we have mass murderers who apart gangs in the Tampa Justice Center that have been sitting there on high bonds for the last six months, and we can't try them to maybe next year, and then it's going to be filed motions to release because you weren't given an open fair and a speedy trial under the Constitution the eighth amendment, and it doesn't make any difference. What the Kentucky Supreme Court, says relative to the Eighth Amendment US Constitution that's going to be thrown out. That's right Willie. Hopefully you know these cases all land in Nice Conservative Donald Trump Mitch, McConnell appointed federal judges, but certainly there's no guarantee that there'll still be plenty of liberal. Barack Obama judges or even bill. Clinton judges sitting on the bench. Still they might get these cases They can let him out. There's very little we can do about it and it sometimes the cases when they get thrown out. There totally tossed out. We can't even try that defendants again. Other Times just means guys like me have to do. Double the work and try again and. If we're allowed to have a second trial, but that's not always the case. It gets into the weeds in terms of. Federal. Constitutional Law and Criminal Law which I won't bore you with, but the bottom line is sometimes we get term again. Sometimes, we don't if we do get the time again at this means that doubles up the workloads prosecutors like me. Nevertheless, we're GONNA do everything we can to keep northern Kentucky. Say especially Kenton county to keep all these murders. Child molesters locked up where they belong. There making life difficult for us right now, but we're GONNA. Find A way. We're GONNA. Manage the best way we can. But at the same time the world's gotTa understand that life as we know, it cannot come to a complete stop well. We sit around and wait for a vaccine. We've gotTA find a way to keep everything on the courts. Going school's going businesses going. Somebody's gotTa make some money. They can pay some taxes, so that can fund this government that everybody lives for these days. It seems like so you know at some point. Willie likes got go on now. Let's talk about covert nine thousand nine hundred impact in northern Kentucky. Ken Campbell granted CETERA. I'm looking at statistics from Ohio. as far as percentage deaths and non nursing home populations, since April the fifteenth from April, the fifteenth to July Eighth, the state of Ohio. The Cova death rate and the general population, not in a nursing home is zero point zero zero six percent in other words is basically non-existent in the state of Ohio from the age of six years old at twenty five years. Years Old not one school child has died a covert nineteen. All the available evidence indicates that there's little or no transmission from children to other children or two adults. That's out of Sweden North Korea South Korea out of Belgium Italy. There's very little transference, and when look at statistics as far as total destined, the population covert nineteen is not in the ten percent. Not In. The top ten of deaths in the state of Ohio is similar facts and stats true true also in Northern Kentucky Yeah Willie I tell you it's not exactly easy to get a Lotta, accurate stats and Northern Kentucky. Because you can't. There's no historical. On our health department's website I'm looking at the website right now, and it'll give you current stats, but you can't scroll back. So you know I have to rely on other sources media outlets like the inquires website, but that only goes back until I believe June thirtieth, and since June thirtieth in Kenton County, we've only had one covert related death. It doesn't tell you whether it's in a nursing home or any other kind of confined population, or how the person was or anything like that, but what I do know. Is? It didn't the last three weeks. It appears that there's only been one Kobe, related death and Kevin Kelly. The health department's website says that we haven't had any COVID related deaths in anybody under the age of fifty since this all started and I think there's probably only one person in the fifties, and maybe two people in their sixties and everybody has been seventy or older now again. Again well. We've said this. How many times you and I've talked if you're one of the people that dies or if your family members one of the people that does, it's tragic, and it's way too many, but it's it really. It doesn't matter why somebody dies. If they die, it's a horrible situation. If you have to go through it and nobody wants to go through that We have to look at other things, too like the people that are stuck in nursing homes that are only going to be with the so much longer. What's the quality of their life going to be? If Times coming in? They're not allowed to be with their loved ones their family if they're not allowed to spend the last couple of months, they have on this planet with their family. What are we doing to them? It's really I. Mean it's a No win situation I don't. Admire the position of Governor Doina Governor Bashir any of the health departments that were in, but there has to be more of a consensus. We've got to do things smarter. We've got take more factors into it. This entire world can't revolve around the coronavirus Snow Rob Centers. Did you say under the age of Fifty Years Old and Northern Kentucky? How many people have died covert nineteen? According to the health department's website zero. There's they've zero. Zero Zero cases light blue for recovered cases in grave for deceased cases, and there is no grey at all when you get under the age of fifty, and there's only one I'm sorry, two that are over the age of fifty, but under sixty. And then when you get into the sixties, it's sixty four in there sixty, so there's zero in the forties zero in the thirty zero. Twenty zero in teens are or single digits. The? Existent willing so why is there an argument in northern Kentucky from Governor Bashir about weather open schools whether to shut down the rhetoric that I hear almost every day from him is widely disparate from the reality on the ground. If no one under the age of fifty has died in the first six months of covert nine, hundred zero I would anticipate. Those individuals are not at risk. So why can't they get about their life? Go to school whatever and then those above the age of seventy take precautions. It's a great question. Willy and I think it's another situation where we have to look at the damage that's being done to our children that are not in school and did aren't getting the socialization that they need. That aren't growing and maturing and living their lives as we all did when we were, kids were just putting their development on hold for months or potentially even years at a time at this point. What kind of damage are we doing to them? We have to look this collateral damage and ask ourselves. Are we causing more damage than we are preventing with some of these rules and by keeping schools closed. How much more damage are we doing? How many more kids are going to go hungry? How many more kids are going to be abused? How many more kids aren't going to grow up and get the literacy? They need the math skills. They need all the things that are what it takes to break down. problems with generational wealth and upward mobility and. Being able to come from nothing and make yourself something being able to live the American Dream Willie. They can't do that if they're not in school. They're not growing maturing and becoming productive vibrant intelligent young adults. Things have been different. If Matt Bevin had not run such a horrible campaign and did a bunch of stupid stuff I mean obviously Matt. BEVINS' should've won in. Red States, he should have won. It was a personal failure of his with things have been different Matt. Bevin had been there. Yes now I say dad and given the fallout I know again I don't want to go off into the east. You WanNa. Talk about the the. The deep weeds Willie I. Don't want to wander into them, but almost scares me where we'd be at the other end of the spectrum it's. Still the governor, but at the same time I think that we would have much more of our constitutional rights. We would have a totally different approach than what we're getting right now. you know the rhetoric did Governor Bashir, and even a large extent, the governor, the wine using you'd think that we just had Pearl Harbor all over again. Listening to Governor Defense Press. Conference yesterday the the rhetoric he's using. It's like the world's coming to an end or somebody launched the bomb on us It's not that bad this the statistics just don't back it up. We're we're not at war. We shouldn't be using wartime rhetoric. We have a major. Situation on our hands, a health crisis that we deal with, but we're dealing with it and we're doing well. Lastly the rate of death in the general population, the state of Ohio is under one hundredth of one percent watching the governor last night Abraham Lincoln. The American flags quoting Reagan the Bible FDR. I was thinking. Maybe the North Koreans had landed in Nashville. Beulah that something's happening here. Where is Godzilla Martin around the tristate? At this point, no one under the age of Fifty Northern Kentucky, the death rate, and the general population in Ohio, the state of Ohio is under one hundredth of one percent, and I'm looking at Mike Dewine go to run for president. He he's getting ready. Total, ninety four, if we ever do, get invaded while he's president willy, he's already got a speech prepared because always gotta break his coronavirus speech and change the word math to foreign invaders or something, and he'll be set ready to go. Good Luck Rob Sanders, but all hell's breaking loose. A news conference isn't speeches, but not in reality in reality, the hospitals are doing great. The kids out of being school, but it's a club overheads forcing us to comply and Rob Sanders. Kent County Prosecutor. Thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show, and you're doing a great job. Thank you mark closer Willie. Thanks for having me again have a great weekend. Thank you rob no one under the age of fifty and thing Duckie has died of covid nineteen. Compare that fact to the rhetoric Vandy Bashir. Twenty five minutes after the Hour Bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred WWL W. There people who are going to wear the mask is like okay. Governor said wear it on where the mess that's me. There are people say well. I've got health condition. I can't wear it. I get that. There are other people who are going to go look. Back in March Ruutel to three million Americans will die from the models from the London Imperial College. That's what you guys went with. And it turns out the actual death tolls about a tenth of that. We have inaccurate predictions. Some people say that this is outside the scope of your powers. A governor that you've got to worry about the whole state, not just three thousand people out of eleven point seven million that we have people. Saying this is just like the Phil Flu. It's the same number of desk. We have people saying it's a hoax. The models are wrong all of that stuff. How do you address the Bill Cunningham of the world? Of Him he just wrong about search. We Love Billy we. Have Right now. You don't get tolerate you don't. You'll love tomorrow maybe. Go Broadcasting. Said you watched it Rachel. You watched it. I said I tweeted out last night as you may know. Dewine twenty twenty. Four, red tie white, shirt. Blue Suit, Abe, Lincoln over the right shoulder to American flags, teleprompters MTR the Bible Ronald, Reagan Dewine Twenty Twenty Four. Rachel your reaction. I thought Ohio was no longer a swing state. What it is the cradle of presidents right now where the cradle and Somebody said we got. We had eight presidents from Ohio. Virginia could be nine and dwayne would break the record. We'd have nine. Yeah, but that was when we were still purple state and you know things mattered like swing, states and stuff now it matters if you get California or not. I don't know there are reports that You lent him that suit last night on for for his television appearance. Campbell Jaguars on twitter that you were the one that was your suit he had on and somebody said here yesterday and might have been Tony Bender tip me off. That like Edward The six in the nineteen thirties, who was it was rocky rocky. Yeah, said that the wind was going announces giving up the governorship. And Mary Dr Amy Active. Now. That would have been a story. Right there I mean it would have been on par for twenty twenty in general. So what's happened this month this year hockey on that? That's when Iraqi tips but I rejected that because I know Mike. Love's Fran and Fran Loves Mike into suggestion that somebody would give age power for the woman he loved. He's already wet. The woman he loved Iraqi-born. We could have done that. Would you do that? No Hell, would you do it? Say No. Give up, denise for maybe Aaron Maybe some like I dunno Dr Amy, acted and her pension. No, no! Rachel, would you? Women don't think like this at all. Women don't think like this. Really really. Say Give me some sports because we have a pro team that won the first game. While we can't hold a parameter, they're Outta town willy, the stooge, a proud servers, every local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers, ten star quality. You could feel a Beautiful Cincinnati Call Sheldon Braun at broad heating at three, eight, five, seventy, seven, sixty five. I love Mike Dewana Frankie Amaya goal in the seventy six minute of their match today willy and the MLS back Turney FC Cincinnati one. ATLANTA UNITED NIL, didn't they have like two less players or something? They had the dog Lanta United. They kicked a couple of our guys and they got the card. FC Cincinnati how many they lost! How many games in March like three or four young, and of course the reds didn't even begin correct. The bengals of course weren't in the playoffs in January. So this is the first professional team in two twenty to win a game. Yeah, hopefully, Jannati happening next weekend Rachel. What's got to happen? The reds have got to sweep your Detroit Tigers. Would you agree? Yes I would say that that is. Very necessary tigers sweep the reds. is going to be a very long summer. If they go over three against Detroit that team. They lost one hundred and twenty three games last year I. Believe Sal yes, but but then they traded their best players to. Also Willy the FCC. Now wanted one at a tournament about and FC Cincinnati will play. The New York Red Bulls next Wednesday night in another match. The memorial tournament is underway tiger first round tiger woods just teed off a few moments ago. Brendan. Steal the California has a four under sixty eight. What about price in D. Shambo Charles Hal? Third Musonda Gilligan's island about the second. He's Three three under Jordan speed has a big group A to under Jason Coke wreck. Even through three jim hermit one over seventeen. BUBBA Watson plus six. ooh! Dustin Johnson. Plus seven. Impossible. Well they kind of missed. They kind of missed the boat today so far Rachel. What's on the blog? Besides failed symbols of America's greatness on the Washington, monument? We have we. We still have your senses cowboy off, but you've finally watched the video for her to watch. And it is an actual cowboy is going to out out to Chicago. neighborhoods and trying to inspire people to do better with the census, so we still have that we also have. A guy in Florida that's been dubbed Hell boy when a news helicopter taught side of him, and his son burned very reminiscent. Yeah very reminiscent. That movie, yeah, very reminiscent, so you can see that. The right hand unloved that hand. We also have the photos of Johnny Depp with the Ice Cream. Is that legitimate? And his wife. Seven hundred and fifty million while. Wasn't blown. It was stolen or taken by the. Loss. he's the. He's the The guy that's the pirate those movies right. Yes, he did a sparrow. Edward Scissorhands, but he lost his seven fifty. Plus he owes one hundred million. No, He owes six hundred fifty era. He lost six, hundred, fifty million. He owes one hundred million in back taxes what he should add all worth financial with them. Where's IT GONNA come from. Nathan back and amy and amy with him well, he is part of the new. Harry Potter spinoff, so he's been doing those movies. He keeps falling into really good franchises so hopefully he can get under him news the next one hundred Mil just to get out a kiss just to get out of it, and we also have the first transgender sports illustrated model still up on your blog. Your reaction to that. What! What Jeff Brantley say? Oh My. She looks pretty good by the way and the unkindest cut of all has happened. Man That's what the California would stay. Help me help me. You can't tell when the first photo starts run. You have to be told you. Know male to female you normally can't tell female to male. You normally can tell, but if you male to female. Looking pretty good. I mean. Yeah, you just have a really nice job then. You're a woman with a well-defined jawline. Light veered so just get that. Thank you with the right hormones willing not with right hormones came and tell you aware of any of this have no idea plays. Continue We also have the latest on the Jada Pinkett Smith Scandal. Didn't they have an open marriage deal? Anyway, going on yeah kind of, but then they separate, and it's a whole thing. It's a thing it's a thing. I have the whole Hollywood. The run. I'm line. Yeah, exactly at the time. The run down the video. I have it all on the blog. You wear a mask almost all the time including even here. Yeah, I, just had on rob. Sanders Joe Northern Kentucky who said? No one under the age of fifty started covid nineteen. When look at the rhetoric of anti share. As if the Koreans have landed somewhere in Lake Cumberland and that we're going to all die. And then I compare it to reality. Do you feel at risk when you travel the highways and Byways of Northern Kentucky, thank you. Guys are at risk I think I am I. I've wear a mask. Because of you guys not because of made aware. Correct yeah, you don't be a person that wears a master I think. I my calendar. Never mind here is my. It's my social responsibility to make sure something doesn't happen to you and say. Yeah? That's in my car. Doesn't that matter to you? That I am doing my best? To make sure that you and segued stay safe, but I can show you the reports and American medical. Association, that says wearing a mask is ineffective. completely it creates the illusion of safety insecurity, and it provides neither according the Ama and the New England Journal of Medicine. It's done to kind of make people comply, but unless the mask protocol is followed. In a hospital setting the kinds of mask how to put them on how to take them off what to do when you take them off, and then how often to use before their washed her clean, and what it says kind of worthless, so these mask according to Ama or worthless, but it creates the illusion of you're doing. Nobody's been right about anything far so. Maybe maybe they don't do anything they do something. But it's a fashion statement and I'm I'm taking care of my fellow man. And woman okay, so whatever it is, but you do it I got mine for some reason I do. I don't want to get the stink eye anymore than you can't go in anywhere now. Think Bingo. Segman what else jet baseball next week? We're going to have the game starting on. Tuesday and Wednesday week from tomorrow Willy starts to count and then Tuesday. We're going to have the Wednesday. We got the exhibition games next Thursday's often and Friday. That's IT Lambeau opening day. What is the minimum in the first ten games three here against Detroit and they really stink. Then they go against the cubs four, four, the pretty good then to Detroit for three. That's ten. What is the minimum? The red legs need to be after those ten games Rachel write this down, Matt as I, said yesterday, when I was out of the rocky and write this down. Seven seven I would say they have to win seven out of those ten games in first place if they were I would think. Segment seven or eight Willie. I'm going with nine out of ten. Nine hundred ten because you gotTa beat. They gotta beat the Tiger Six. That means only got four games. That means they can. It got the cubs home. The cubs. Say The bet the deepest starting pitching staff in baseball. That's for sure, but the reds keep hitting home runs off that staff correct. The past two days they have. Well they're getting out of their system. Now before it starts to count, you can tell I heard sunny gray. Say The reason that's happening is because we don't want to pitch inside. Our teammates correct. I pitched inside to Burnett. Pontiac and the der Der Parkdale, I'd pitched inside have, but you just missed that Spanish flu, and what eighteen ten when you were playing right, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, thousand, nine, hundred. Sorry, you can't call it. Spanish either that's races or whatever. and wasn't. What we can't say Hong Kong wind flu. Can you talk about pigs? No, you can't do that either that. According to a job is eight one end according to Joe Biden boy, one H, one n according to Joe. Joe's not really hitting all the keys on the panel to hey I heard our boy Kanye West gun on the ballot for Oklahoma. He got back on. Why Oklahoma get on the ballot in Wisconsin I would like to I would like to remind everybody that Joe. Exotic the tiger keeper got twenty percent of the governor vote when he ran for governor, so Oklahoma's a good place to start your political career Oklahoma, Oklahoma. We'd have a more gorgeous first lady than we have right now. Rachel. Thank you, thank you, man. Willie give me out of the students reported getting ready for. We haven't heard from him. In a while Governor Mike DeWine will be here. That's right I. Like to hear from him he. You'll have the your suit on again today or you think he's got different. I sent him my camel hair jacket. He's GonNa be wearing that also he looked like a century twenty one realtor right, but I'm glad he said Nice things about me and a sense. Is that fair to say? He says he still loves you. I I I don't know about love, but I like him a lot. Well. I mean and I will. For Sloan. Actually started returning your tax yet. You could become campaign manager for to wind twenty. Twenty six, twenty, twenty four Flynn ever he's running for reelection and twenty two so twenty four after at the trumpster loses. And bind gets in one H. One n Biden, then whoever's running for president in two thousand four has the Republicans going to win, so I'm thinking. It's going to be the president. Maybe I could be attorney. General William de Cunningham. Would you put esquire behind your name Bill Bar and the piss off Sloan at robot. Century Twenty one jacket all the time. If this sounds learning. He gets pissed off. Yes I. Doesn't have one. He wanted it I told. Him. There's another store over there. He'd go get plenty of room to Bingo. They got a sale every day. Bingo segment get me out of the stooge report. The governor believe it or not. It's coming up next Willie under of a Beautiful Day in Tristate on this Thursday. In fact, he's on more than you. Recently the reality check tonight from nine to midnight reality. Check and FC Cincinnati wedding as the Queen. City gets a victory plus one eight one in proliferates in the tri-state. We leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. I bet they get some pretty good French francs. Baron. Thanks. Laid. Ranch fried painters of How about buttered butter beans? About butter beans Rachel. You any butter on your beams. I like butter beans, but not butter beans. Lima beans for me, baby. Lima from Lima Ohio Island County Amen. Long Time reds affiliate up there every now and then I drive up through it. Lima just to get to Cuba burgers. What I haven't had one of those. That's it. Looks pretty good. I can't go to zips anymore because it's closed I mean zips and mount lookout scored the best burgers in the Tri State. My friend Tim Burke Son. Tim Burke Charity Democratic Party Yeah. They can't. They can't operate because you've got to be six feet apart and if you've been zips, you can't be six speed of Bart. So I outside outside so I go to. I go to Lima to get Cooper's. Segment give me out of the studio. Just did. On newsradio seven hundred W Alden. Iraqi. We've won the mass now for like two or three days and guess what? We. Talk About Ralph talk about results. He just gave the. You'd better wear this thing's speech yesterday and not twenty four hours later on. I'M GONNA. Put the mask on now. How long has I'm looking at this mask and you just pulled out. That masks is been your pocket for sixteen weeks long. Scott like stuff all over and. Dirt and You put your mouth on. How how do I look now ridiculous? I used to be arrested. If you wore a mask now you're that if you don't wear a mask, but just as we cut out of the coverage in these counties like here, you got to wear a mask, which is an AMT, too, but like no one's enforcing it. The reporter asked the question. How's that different than getting drunk? Sin Slammed a six six pack. And you don't get arrested. No that was the first time I wanted to hear the answer or crush us the first time and I'm a little bit wonky. Because an am one is a Dui am to violating health learner. So, it's pretty close to an m. one is an amt to how come they don't enforce an to, but they'll go after you for an am one I like what the governor said. Is He picking and choosing which criminal statutes to enforce them which ones not? Do I still look ridiculous. Why me the answer I don't know the answer other. The answer is cove is what people are talking about right now. That's on their mind, not DUI's Clermont. County's in big trouble they got. Catching the watch list other Hamilton I believe Cuyahoga off the quote unquote watchlist. Off List. Get off you WANNA. Be On some list off some other less. You made the point off the air, which is extremely valid, which is if you don't have symptoms? You're not GonNa get tested because you could be tested symptom free then the next day. Get it, and you don't know you have it then you're acting as if you don't have it when you do, it's worthless. The only people getting tested to generally all those who have symptoms, so the rate of positivity is going to be high. It's GonNa keep going up. Yeah, but but also I think. A lot of businesses are making people get tested now. If they don't have symptoms. You're saying. Oh, we'll go get it and I feel perfectly fine, but now I'm getting a positive test. By the way in Texas today. They had to remove a thing like thirty six hundred positive. Tests positive cases from their Dole because they were including. Probable cases with confirmed cases so they. have as many as possible correct. South. Employee's WanNa test positive or say they have the symptoms because happening, there's A. Let's say a friend of a family member that that's what happens is okay. You get the positive tests, and then you get to go on unemployment. You make eight hundred bucks a week. That's better than working. I think so. Perfectly fine, you're not everything's fine. Take a picture of me and senator. Matt to put my put on the blog Matt. You ready to receive this picture. He says yes. My cameras all screwed up. Though only go see if I can get it on feel ridiculous. It's my camera screwed up. I'll get it. Use, mine you know how to use mine? This is great radio. I have to I have to put my thing. Don't I know there you go put on your saying there. You go there it is. And we'll send it to Matt. This is live on air happening. Thumbs up or some? Every go! Great Radio. I'll give it to Matt to put on the blog to demonstrate that I'm cool I'm patriotic American you. Don't give me a stink eye. Speaking of Stink over Madeira today talking to their varsity football team. If they're working hard and they said they're gonNA kick deer parks asked this year up and down the field. Football how about basketball we're talking? Is The football team your? Your evading the question well I take Calvin Johnson Deer Park tells me that this year. They're gonNA. Kick. The mustangs ass. That's what he told me you speak. I'll tell you what when the game is played. Wanted you go and give a speech to Madeiran I'll give one to deer park, and let's see what happens all right. That's that's the deal. Sounds good inspires the truce more. We gotta go now three o'clock at your home with the mask wearing bill, Cunningham rocky news radio seven hundred. W W Cincinnati.

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Bill Cunningham 7/9/20

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Bill Cunningham 7/9/20

"The. Cutting of the great American, welcome this Thursday afternoon drive data. We have coming up later attended prosecutor's job eaters. Initial guidance at some point today of the individuals who need it. Rob Sachs Fifth Avenue Friday try to kill a police officer in uniform during the riots here and he took a bullet. To the head and the Kevlar fortunately stopped it. The rumors are they'll be. Dozens of individuals will be the LAMESA charged and arrested carrying decades in Jail Joe Dinner's going to pursue that, and also later on as Newt Gingrich either today or tomorrow. He's Newt's GonNa call, but until then the speaker of the house in Ohio is Larry Householder. I wanted to get his reaction to the threaten veto by Governor Mike DeWine of an effort to have the legislature cooperate with the governor and enacting laws, but until then speaker Larry. Householder welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and Mr Speaker. How are you? I'm good. I'm really I'm doing well right now. Of course, the governor came on Tuesday and said that he's going to veto a bill that would allow the legislature seminar participated important decision making, and he also believes that masking is required everywhere in all circumstances and I wanted to get speakers reaction. I had bill sites on yesterday, taking umbrage at some of the comments of the governor I wanted to get the main man, and that's you Larry Householder. What is your feelings about the dictates and the requirements? The governor put on Ohioans. Yes, on Tuesday. First of all I i. really wish the governor would reconsider not not vetoing Senate, bill fifty five What Senate bill fifty five does lake. As it's currently stands under these orders, you can be put in jail for ninety days or seven hundred and fifty dollar, fine by violating these orders and what? If I would do. It with decriminalize the violation of these orders in other words, the first violation, a citizen with just getting warning second violation, they could be charged up to I think it's one hundred dollars or maybe one hundred fifty, so it's and it wouldn't go on your record in those types of things, but the fact of matter is to think that you could potentially go to jail for standing too closely to a person, or you know inadvertently, not wearing a mask on you were required to or whatever that might be, and the other thing. Is these orders chain I mean? We gotta change. In an evening before, and how to all citizens know what all these orders are, maybe not not everybody up to speed with every single word of Spanish. Speaker. Of Common Sense I was a graders last night. And I ordered my one dip of double chocolate chip on a wafer cone, and a woman came in about Tony. Benders H I think she was about seventy, one seventy two, and she didn't have a mask on and the person behind the counter so I'm sorry you got to wear a mask. You said why don't have to wear a mask? And then the person or the governor said you have to wear a mess. No, no, you didn't and so the idea that all of a sudden it's ubiquitous that within a moments time twelve million ohioans all the time quickly, know everything that happens in the media. That's not true and the second point you brought up which is. is so important. The Governor asked that question yet on Tuesday said well. You know not really we're not looking to do this. This gives police another's unbridled power to look at Larry Householder and say you know. Larry's within six feet of somebody on a sidewalk. Let's mess with Larry arrest him literally arrest him, and that's not what we want in Ohio, but the governor said he wants an end to a misdemeanor to which is ninety days in jail, seven fifty fine on the first offense and the second offense for someone who doesn't even know the law exist, and when the governor says I'm vetoing that and he won't cooperate with you. Isn't this not the governor we elected? But I don't know if this Gardner, we elected or not I think I think that Mike is totally obsessed with this, and and I can understand you know. I can understand that there was a tremendous amount of concern and a lot of anxiety among citizens in Ohio for various reasons we have. Some citizens have great anxiety because they're scared to death. They're gonNA. Get it. We've got other citizens that have great anxiety because of all these orders, and and the way the constitution's being twisted and wrangled around, so it's it's a real real problem. And if you look at recent polling, the one thing that the pulling absolutely suggest is that people are sick and tired of chaos. They've had enough of. It no matter where you come down the these issues. You're still sick and tired of it. You've had enough of this and it. It needs to move on and one thing. The message is so important if you if you try to scare the hell out of people every single day I, I just don't I don't know that that's beneficial. The message would be much better. Hey, let's practice high g respect one another. Try to practice social distancing you know just watch out for your neighbor. Make sure your neighbor watches out for you and unless we're doing pretty good. Let's keep doing what we're doing. Great message, but that's all my God you know. We had twenty more people today or whatever all of my guy. Out, there, all my it virus going to kill us all. It scares the hell out of. I have the stats from yesterday and I'm sure there are changed today, but we're. There's yellow orange, red and purple. We're only county and Butler, county and Montgomery County. We're in the red level. I have the stats from the High Department of Health and there there are about thirty four thousand hospital beds, the entire state of Ohio, and from the tip of Ashtray. Ashtray Beulah Don Cincinnati from Toledo. To Marietta we have a total of thirty four thousand, and each of my two hundred thousand listeners now to say in your own mind, think many of those thirty four thousand hospital beds as of yesterday had covert nineteen patients in your mind, think of that here are the facts. We have about thirty four thousand hospital beds as of. Of yesterday there's eight hundred and forty nine covert patients in those hospital beds, thirty, four, thousand, available, eight, hundred, forty nine. We have ICU beds, three, thousand, five hundred, and we have two hundred and eighty nine covert nineteen beds is that a catastrophe is that a pandemic is out of time to seize control and the rule as grand potentate? HOW SERIOUS IF I WOULD! Would say to anyone. Larry Householder I'll say to your administrative chief Taylor if we have thirty four thousand hospital beds and eight months into a pandemic, the average is seven hundred and forty, three, seven, hundred forty three usage of those thirty, four thousand, and now we've eight hundred and forty nine. Is that in the indicative of a pandemic Larry, and what do you say? Well, that's that now and in the real pandemic is the fact that by not allowing elective surgery. We had a lot of ohioans out there. That had answer They had hardee's shoes. That never got their treatment. And that's who were back. That's who were severely put at risk, and it was the keep these hospital beds open, and obviously they were never used that. We had hospitals laying people. Let's not forget that it was by. Order is by order I'll action was was was the fact that? That was total spy order by order. this is just. A, it's just a terrible situation. We're in and it stretching the constitution to the point of breaking. Layer Lemme share with the listeners. Some more facts from the High Department of Health are probably figures that you very much familiar with from January first through April thirtieth I'm going to give the American people, the total deaths from all causes and twenty, seventeen, twenty, eighteen, twenty, nineteen and twenty twenty. This all causes cancer heart disease accidents. Suicide Murder Cove. Whatever it is all causes, but from January first to April thirtieth and twenty seventeen, it was forty, three, thousand, four, hundred in two, thousand, eighteen. It was forty, three, thousand, nine, hundred and twenty nineteen, it was forty, two, thousand, five, hundred and twenty, twenty, its forty, three, thousand, eight, hundred and other words. There are fewer people who have died between January. First and April thirtieth and twenty twenty, as opposed to two thousand eighteen, and it's very close. It's in line if I would give Larry Householder those numbers and you've spent the last eight months in bubble wrap and you have no idea what's happening the war. You look at those numbers and say well. We're not having a pandemic, and then I give you the numbers and hospitalizations and I see us you're saying we can have a pandemic and yet we're at the red level, and of course you're in rural areas of southern. Ohio Hamilton counties in a crisis. Crisis Right now, and I looked to my right I. don't see anybody in a crisis except a government, and then lastly I'm watching Governor Mike Dewine I, consider him to be a friend and a good man last night on with Chris Cuomo of CNN and he's saying look. We have to wear the masks otherwise. There's no high school football. Otherwise Ohio State doesn't play football. You see doesn't play football this fall in other words if you don't cooperate if if you if you resist and don't cooperate with this probably unconstitutional order and by the way tomorrow on Marie Thompson coming up. He's GonNa find another. Another lawsuit. He's batting one hundred percent against the governor, but nonetheless it's like if you care about Moeller high school football. If you care about the Buckeyes, you'll do what I tell you to do. And so, why can't the governor Larry Householder Mr Speaker? Come to the House and the Senate and say let's sit and council together and work on this to make it constitutional. The arguments used that have been successful in the past. Is that the governor issues orders through Amy Acton now somebody else without the concurrence of the People's representatives. There's no due process, Maurice. Thompsons likely to win again all he's got to. To do is come to Larry Householder and the highest senate and said this is what I WanNa do have some quickey hearings and pass laws, not olders, and couldn't you if requested by the Governor to get this thing done by Monday or Tuesday? Couldn't you have quickey hearings ever due process basis and pass laws signed by the governor. Isn't that the way things are supposed to work? That's the way things are supposed to work willing and if nothing else I mean. We tried to put a process in place under Senate. One where we gave the director of health and the governor do that. And the fact that they could issue an order for up to fourteen days night, but sometime before that order is continued, or or reissued they had to come to a select committee of the legislature between the House, and the Senate, and discuss it and and of course you know the administration did not WanNa do that either. No, so it's a it is a horrible situation. These are not laws. Your orders and I it. Just it's here. We are just past Independence Day, and the very thing that our forefathers fought for the liberties that we have was to not have accent orders and quick Quick laws done that that affects you and in May. May Imprison you and here we are today dealing with the very same thing our forefathers had already. Don't let and Mr Speaker. That's why that's why the governor loses all the time in court. You have to have laws passed not Fiat's not rules using a threat shutting down High School Football in shutting down. College football, and that that's the process that takes place in a democracy in which there's elected representatives given laws and not orders that is confusing for example. You're in southern Ohio, but here in Cincinnati. Cincinnati, City Council passed an ordinance in conflict with what the governor said now in Cincinnati. It's a home rule city, the legislature which city council passed it and the governor slash. Behind Cranley signed it. It was legally done, and so now if you live in the city, Cincinnati, you have set loss passed by the city and conflict with the order of the governor from the state. which do you comply with? It's it's a real problem. I, said we we, the constitution caressed so far that if at a breaking point and I hope people realize how ever you feel about this fantastic. However, you feel wherever you come down on this the fact that we are a society of laws, and and we have an. Society. Based on our Constitution? which we, the people we control our government. Our government doesn't control us. We ordinary dangerous place a very very dangerous place I look tampering I. I hope I look what happened in Chicago Seattle on look, what's happening in so-called blue states and I thought at least in a red state. We had a conservative Republican form of government in which small town Republican leaders like you. The President of the Senate Mike Dewine some Cedar Ville, that would be a grab for power, and we have just if if somebody takes away, the party labels. These are the things that blue state governors do all. All the time to seize power and seized control, and they appoint all the judges who tend to be also liberals like Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and so therefore whatever the legislature says in a blue states goes with them, but I thought we had a different governor. I thought we'd. Somebody was a small I thought we'd somebody cooperative, and he was almost angry on Tuesday when someone asked him well. What about the legislature? You're going to veto that? He said absolutely I'm veto. What because I care about the health of the American people Larry Householder you're the speaker. Do you care about the health of high winds, are you? Is the only one that cares. I absolutely care about the Health Ohio wins and I also believe that Ohio are intelligent enough. If we have an all the facts on how to stay healthy, they'll do their best to stay healthy. Government orders need now. I will say this much I. think that Ohio's administration suffers from the same disease that the blue cities and blue states do however willy, and that is this. I think when the federal government money stops on this Kobe virus, and it's gone, and there's no more available it'll be over with. Suddenly disappear. But I think all of these masters and everything else is driven by the fact that there's money on the table from the federal government. And in order to use those dollars, they have to continue to do all these edicts, and and and continue on with all this look at the commercials that are out there right now. That are being paid for and some of these political commercials where people are actually using the position running for office and using code dollars, which tax payers dollars to be on TV all the time. I mean that's just not right. It's it's not the players. Keep footing the bill for this stuff, and as long as you know. Nancy Pelosi of Washington DC he's throwing money. At this people, even in red states are continuing to spend spend spend, and they have to continue to perpetuate this this illness in order to justify to spending of the money I Mr Speaker. You disappointed in Governor Mike DeWine. I'm disappointed in in what the governor is done here as far as constitutionally and the orders that are being done in the fact that legislature and the representative government is not being taken consideration. It's GonNa. It's GonNa be ruled on. Could name multiple reasons why Mike Weinstein a job as governor of Ohio the last. Eighteen months, but when it comes to this particular situation, I'm extremely disappointed I understand that he believes that he saving lives I. Know There's a lot of money out there on the table I think there's about two billion dollars out there that they're frantically trying to spend right now. The just remember those are taxpayers dollars at the end of the day Willie dumb buddies got a pack. The working Americans. WHO STORES CANNOT BE Open Mr Speaker thanks again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show hopefully are good. Governor is getting the message hopefully. We'll talk to you, God. Bless America. Thank you Larry. Householder Speaker of the House. This is not the way things are supposed to work. Let's continue your comments now. Seven four nine seven thousand pounds seven hundred Bill Cunningham newsradio. Seven hundred w automobile is ready for you. Billy Cunningham the great American live. Set up the rest of this. Big Show after one o'clock gotTA. Heads up from Joe. Indictments are being issued to the felons who trash downtown Cincinnati threw bricks through windows. Set things on fire. Took a skateboard through the window at the Hamilton County Justice Center. That's coming up about one. Oh, five today, and then at one forty five is representative Ninova tally who has a serious difficulties with the governor's orders than a two of five today again as Governor Mike Dewine trying to clear things up, you see in the good old days. We had a representative government. And what's the legislature pass, laws? And then the governor would enforce the law, and if there was a conflict in a sense, the judiciary interpreted the law to say what it meant. But now we're past all that. We have a governor who's not paying attention to the Ohio, constitution or the US Constitution? Every afternoon to see which rights of ours the governor may give back to US or may not get back to us, which is why every time attorney Maurice Thompson goes to court or Kurt Hartmann. Or Chris Phinney, they win because we have a system in which the legislature passes laws. The governor enforces the law. We don't have a system where the governor passes laws, and then the governor enforces the law, and the governor determines whether or not you go to jail based upon a law that was illegally passed by him which he can't do. Let me explain. As much time knows last night. I go to graders. And I have my American flag mask on which I think is very fashionable. As I'm ordering my one dip of chocolate chocolate chip graders. A woman walks is about fifty years old I think she walks in and she's looking at the menu what to get and a manager? What kind of on the other side of the counters? His Mom? You have to wear a mask. She said what what do you mean had mask? She said the governor said you have to wear a mask. And she said what governor. She's a, don't you know she said No. I have no idea I didn't know if you were. Sitting, so that means basically that there's a third of the American people or more that don't pay attention to the news. I do maybe you do, but what chunk of the American people living in Ohio have? No idea that the governor passed a rule or a law that makes it criminal not to wear a mask indoors. How many what percentage of US have no idea? What happened. The answer is a whole bunch. The woman said well okay, and she left left the store because she didn't have a mask in the car. Now whether a mask is a good idea or a bad idea is up to the lawmakers to determine. As not up to the governor. Repeatedly. The lawmakers have said to the governor we will have fourteen days come up with a number of executive power to bring reviewed by the legislature. If you WanNa make a twenty days ten days. About thirty days, but something so if the North Koreans land an Astro Beulah, the governor can act quickly. If suddenly match time, it gets to Babani play. And match time doesn't comply with orders of Christ hospital. We gotta have some system in place. That says okay. We need a person to act like right now. You GotTa do it now I get that, don't you? But the lawmakers like Larry Householder and Ninova tally the lawmakers say okay. Let's get together and pass a law that says after fourteen days of exercising this legislative power by the executive branch that you come to a legislative. Committee of Democrats and Republicans and will extend it fourteen more days. Says tell us why you WanNa, do it? And then at that point, come back again extended fourteen more days based upon available data. To Wind set on Tuesday. No I'm not going to that. So the lawyers go to court and the judges rule that Mike Dewine his acted illegally and unconstitutionally. But. That order is effective only in the county in what's the judge sits unless it is appealed by the losing party, and this this case, the governor to the District Court of the districts and then to the Supreme Court. If he doesn't do that. It doesn't get appeal. If it going to get appealed, that means it's only the law in that. County So the governor tells the Attorney General. No. Don't appeal that, and then the governor tells the Attorney General at five hundred bucks an hour. Get these high priced attorneys, which I love it when lawyers get paid, get these high price attorneys to defend me personally on the taxpayer dime. So how do we stop this? That's the point of Mr Speaker. Larry, householder and representative Nino fatality, coming up in about an hour is that there has to be a process in place if it's a good idea to wear a mask indoors. The time. Except in private home, and it's a great idea to wear a mask outside if you can't be six foot separate. Then have a law passed by the General Assembly that. You'll sign it. That's the process whether it's a good idea or not is kind of irrelevant, because there's a constitutional process after two years to get laws passed. It wasn't set up to have the governor. At two o'clock, which is going to do today, come out from behind the curtain and tell us what he and John Newstead had decided to do. It doesn't work that way. It can't work that way. That's called chaos. That's called czar. That's called a potentate. We don't have that form of government. There might be a former government like that, but it's not in the United States. Of America it may be a good idea exactly what he said, but there's gotta be. A law passed to give him that power. Law passed. There's no due process. So I heard my good friend Jim Neal this morning. Talk to slowly about well, you know we're in the business of enforcing and I respect that when I want side a head to toe with Jones, E. Yesterday I said now wait a minute. You can't have eight sheriff's personally determining whether I state law applies, and they're counting. It doesn't work that way. It may be good not to do it, but there's a process we go through. TO HIS CREDIT! Sheriff Jim Neal, said You know what? We're not in the business. Of determining which laws to enforce which laws not doing force as a consequence. I'M GONNA give my my men and women. My deputies power always have to arrest somebody or not. So if there was a deputy. Watching a misdemeanor being committed in his presence. They have a duty to arrest person. If you see it being committed, and you're in law enforcement, you see match time walking into graders without a mask. A deputy sheriff can walk up to him. Handcuff him. Put Him in the back of a put patrol car. Take him down to the Justice Center. Strip search him. Put Him in a cell. And then go see the judge. The next bond set is that fair match time says yes, it's not fair. That's not the way the law works. It simply is not legal. What's going on? Now if it is a good idea to have that law. It's up to the lawmakers to make the law not up to the governor at two o'clock to tell us he's passing more laws that he signed into effect every time he goes to court he loses, but it doesn't appeal it, so it doesn't get up to the supremes to apply to all over the state. So I don't know what to say other than. By the numbers. Ohio is not experiencing on health crisis. At this point, we're not in a crisis mode at this point. I share with you. The numbers with Larry Householder we have thirty four thousand beds in the state of Ohio from from stem to stern from east to west North to south of the thirty four thousand beds. There's eight hundred and forty nine Cova patients and those thirty four thousand beds. We have ICU beds of thirty five hundred. We have two hundred eighty nine cova patients and those beds. Those are single digit occupancy rates. We have plenty of room. And even having said the diagnostic and treatment has been delayed two or three months. We have we have ruined. The hospitals are back up and running. They'd never should have been shut down in the first place another time. The governor acted illegally and unconstitutionally. So right now there's four levels one two three and four yellow level, one orange to red, three purple four purple means. You're shutdown. Hamilton County Butler County Montgomery. County is red. Who determined that. Was a law passed saying that these are the markers based upon hearings and experts. Answer is no. It was amy ACTON. The governor's chief medical adviser who he said on Tuesday speaks to her every day. It was acting. It was cannon Barbie. It was John Ustad and Amy Acton and my friend, the governor, saying we determine what yellow is, we determine who goes into the yellow category. We determine what oranges we determine. What counties go into that we now determine what red is, and we determine how many county and Butler county or read, and you got the Sheriff Hamilton County May Arrest People for not wearing a mask and the sheriff in Butler County so I'm not going to arrest him then purple means all hell breaks loose. And now if you're in the city. The city, which is a home rule city, which means they can pass their own legislation has passed rules and regulations and laws and penalty. For not wearing a mask within the city. That does not supersede maybe the rule passed by the governor. So normally, if you're in an area where there's a conflict. The state governs the conflict, so the city says it's like what a twenty five dollar fine or something well, the state says it's ninety days in jail three months in jail. So a person who doesn't know a law was passed because it wasn't published. Correctly to notify can never use ignorance as a defense is see in real life terms one. A law is passed and signed by the governor and given to the Secretary of state. He publishes it. All of us are applicable with the ubiquitous knowledge as to what the law is, which no one knows what it is. This is utter complete confusion. And it doesn't have to be that way. And then the governor last night on CNN with Chris Cuomo the bodybuilder said that if we don't comply with this, there's not going to be High School Football Cole rains, not gonNA play saying X. Deer Parks, not gonNA play reading, but don't comply with this. There'll be no Bengal football. Games will be no browns games. He can shut down the Bengals in the browns governor Mike Dewine has the power maybe to shut down the national, Football, league and the NC Double A. who gave him that power. The answer is nobody simply talking. On, let's continue with your reaction. We have doug and share. YOU'LL BE I. Wearing a mask and I. I still recall Kate from Anderson Township said. We have to do this because we're saving lives. And she wants her son to go to college. Amen, but there's a way of doing that which is through the legislature. Then the then there's Democrats Republicans this governor simply has seized power and has controlling the state illegally. Continue with more. I'm have a call coming in from Joe Debtors at one o'clock. He's going to announce indictments. And these were not be dismissed. The protesters can jump around. Hamilton county courthouse all they want. Daddy's in charge now. Not Mommy Daddy! Is Joe Debtors Daddy's GonNa, announce indictments in about twelve minutes of individuals who have committed serious crimes in Hamilton County then at one forty-five today is representative Nino but tally of her Bana to talk about. His lawmaker what Governor Mike! Dewine is doing and a tool five he comes out the wizard comes from behind the curtain behind the drape, and tell us once again, which of our human and legal and constitutional rights he will let us get back, and which ones we have to relinquish until the judge rules again and again, and again that he acted illegally, in which case it applies to a county, but not to the state, because you have to appeal it to get a higher in the court system, and let's face it Mike Dewine is not going to appeal. Must continue your calls next at five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand bill. Cunningham newsradio seven hundred. That will you automobile? And through weeks from tomorrow, reds, baseball takes off the GDP but the Tigers. Town And Sunny Gray on the mound red. Continue to practice. A few days ago, there were large numbers of individuals protesting so many things to protest and so little time that criminal charges should be dropped against those with misdemeanors while the adults have just entered the room a few minutes ago, Joe Announce, indictments felony indictments that will not be dropped and Joe dealers welcome again to the bill Cunningham show Joe. How are you? I'm good bill. How're you doing first of all your reaction before we get to the serious stuff, which are the felonies? If a large number of protesters show up in and around the courthouse, chanting certain dramatic poetic lines. was without cause you to reconsider any indictments filed against the felons who committed damaged our city. No. No so the adults have entered the room now well there. We have fourteen defendants I think almost a quarter of them are not even from Hamilton County. and. These are during those protests from May thirtieth through June third. And I WANNA say something outset I would defend anyone's right to peaceably protest. That's part of America. You know that's that's the way we work. But there are people that take advantage. Of what was basically a peaceful protest? And put our community and and many people in danger. and. I'm just telling you the prosecutor. I'M NOT GONNA. Put up with it and and we announce. These indictments today and They're not going to be reduced. They're not. GonNa, be dismissed I mean. I can't control what a judge does. But I can tell you how this office is going to handle it. And it's going to apply on the prosecutor and Joe Johnson few minutes ago. The individuals how many total persons and what are in summer, the charges against these individuals well what they did, they about fourteen separate defendants, involving twelve incidents that were indicted and look I'm not saying this is over for for what happened. We're still looking for some people. the individual bashed out the Justice Center window I I was told us more, and they're still looking for him with the skateboard. The White Guy with his baseball haven't backwards. They might not that is I'd like to know. But. They use this. Occasion to loot. Attack our police in their equipment. There was a cinder blocks or through a cruiser. They were damaging, private and public property. One guy broke the sex twice about three days period. You wonder why a lot of retailers aren't making a downtown not might be one of the reasons right there. Well, that's the problem you know. Everyone's been so proud of what's happened. Downtown with the development and what's going on? and. The problem is you can't maintain order. You're to have chaos and that's what they had. They were violating the curfew. which by the way those are not my cases as the city. City Cincinnati his decide to handle all their misdemeanor violations by themselves, which is fine. We just handle the felonies. and. There these individuals who? Were mashing windows assaulting police officers. And breaking and entering businesses, then that I got news for you, that's not good for development now and in fact I was told. We're told for years and after April one, there were so many reforms made now similar right could not take place here. We are nineteen years later, and it was probably worse than it was in April of one. That was four nights. This went on for two or three, and it was terrible. It was awful there was impunity. It was almost as if it was a purge purge, sensitive style and the investigation. Why did it take three to four weeks and I guess that's not lengthy period of time, and what techniques were used to find these individuals. There's there's. Everything videotape now almost everything. We had one individual who was indicted state who had a semiautomatic rifle with him. With an extended cliff. And we believe pointed it at a a security guard for one of the TV stations. Was With Martin walking with reporter. And I mean this is frightening. One Guy was arrested with Smith and Wesson Handgun. with two clips that held twenty bullets and he's weren't body armor. I mean the this is not peaceful protesting. These agitators who came into setting? And took advantage of the situation. Probably at a moment's notice could have really hurt. Somebody could have really hurt a police officer. And it's just unacceptable. I grew up in this town and you grew up over in. COVINGTON's a little bit and back over here. And it infuriates me that somebody would do this to this city that I love so much. It really does. It bothers the heck out of me as far as the attempted murderer that shot a police officer in the head. Fortunately, the bullet was deflected by Kevlar and a shield. Do we know who that person is? We do not not right now, but I I. I know the city police say could run it down. They're gonNA. Run it down. and. You know sometimes we don't solve crimes for. A month or two or sometimes years, but I think they'll do their best to find him on the saks fifth avenue. They tried to leave downtown. A couple of times in the city kept giving them more inducements to stay. It was looted twice and the ones who have done it will be brought to justice it saks fifth avenue open anymore. I don't know the answer to that I mean I. Don't Know How you can do business downtown quite frankly. if your business is subject to attack and looting all the time. And you know they were. They weren't just looting sacks they. There's a mom and pop store. that was looted and windows were bashed out I. Mean I. I. Don't know anyone. Genre, bear and charity work. He's done for the city. For many many years, and he board up as businesses because these people are breaking windows. It's it is It's really chain. But. We'll deal with the people that committed felonies. I don't I. Don't know what the citizens do with their misdemeanors. But. I know what we're going. Do be felling and Joe. There's a lot of social justice prosecutors running around funded by George Soros. That's as long as they. Person Steals less than one thousand dollars in each incident. They're not going to be arrested. If that's social. Justice Movement Hits Hamilton County, and whether you're in bluish green township or saks, fifth avenue and a new prosecutor takes over who thinks well less than a thousand dollars, no big deal that's social justice for those stealing and robbing. What message would you send in the community? If that's the kind of community you want? That's exactly right, and it's frightening and again. Let's say you have a mom and pop store where they're trying to send their kids through college or something like that, people can walk in and steal anything thousand dollars. I mean that's that's. That's frightening and. This these prosecutors, also they could refer to it as bond reformer bail reform where people don't have the post bonds and just get right out. They beat the cops out of the Justice Center because. They don't they're not allowed to set bond anymore and New York City that disaster, because right after Giuliani cleaned up times, square and everything in in Manhattan. And now it's just gone. It's gone the hat. L.. Imagine Joe if we had a Seattle prosecutor in charge of the Fourth Street homeless encampment, and then one elm street happened after the duke presentation them the meaning with David Mann and there were individuals out. There I'm told by city officials that conversations were had about elm street, not becoming another chop or Chaz in Seattle, and if we had different prosecutor at that point. Four th street could be a homeless encampment in Elm Street would be like chop in which it was a no go zone for police Imagine Cincinnati at that point. Well I can tell you right now. Somebody did that in the in the city or anywhere in the county. we would be in court so fast and you wouldn't believe it. We would be in court order to clear amount. we would use you know the city police the sheriff's office and if if we were getting not getting cooperation. I would go to the governor. Because that's you cannot tolerate that kind of behavior. No question how many of these fourteen individuals were the writers, the looters, the attempted murderers, etc. How many are from Cincinnati? Hamilton County or Northern, Kentucky? How many from? Three or four from Outta town of the fourteen so. It's about a quarter of from out of town, and that's the tip of the iceberg I saw hundreds of people. I think it was channel nine. This white guy with his hat on backwards took skateboard in through through the window of the Justice Center to the applause of many, and you can see his face is right there. You know who's doing it. And that that was one of hundreds did the same thing and protests are one thing and let me ask you this show I, if me and five hundred or my closest friends one night after night after night to shutdown downtown Cincinnati by marching without a permit, simply up and down the streets isn't that. That by itself illegal. It's criminal trespass. You just can't walk in the middle of the street and that's the call the city Cincinnati to make if they want to tolerate that stuff, it's their misdemeanor. It's not the county's now. They commit felonies. It's ours. And as I said these felonies that were returned today. They are not going to be reduced. They're not going to be dismissed by my office. And it just depends on what judge we get across the street to determine what kind of city we're gonNA live. And Joe The investigations continue especially. They wanted to try to kill a police officer. Absolutely, there's no question in my mind if they could find that guy. He, he would be in quite some trouble. In fact, the attempted murder of a police officer on duty I. Think carries a life life imprisonment correct. It is a very very serious charge and look. We have to protect our police and I I was taken aback with bell was just the level of restraint they showed. Their being spit on bricks, being thrown through their cruiser windows I mean. I'll say I don't. I I. Don't want to Cobb anymore. No, it's tough. In fact, some cops need some PTSD. You talk about soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan coming back with horrible flashbacks imagine what are police officers go through scraping bodies off interstate seventy, one walking into homes in which children are shot in the head, in which women are brutalized and sexually assaulted. Imagine what a police officer in an urban area sees now. Now I think cops need some PTSD and they double their pay. Because of what they have to go through is not what the officers are may be. Our of Day went through. There are going through crap now on major urban areas. That's GONNA cause serious psychological harm. You just can't leave your shift. After watching baby being raped or some woman shot in the head, they'll go home and have dinner. Very difficult and and. compounded. If the court system doesn't have their back. You know if if that's not the case and I just don't. You. They're they're severely underpaid. And of course now, the fan interest fund the police the police in other words you get rid of them. It's expensive to recruit. And train constantly trained. police officers, but defunding the exact opposite of what you should be doing nine, lastly, Joe, you a bit surprised. After nineteen years, and all the reforms of the collaborative and all the training of the police officers, and all the psychological and all the cultural stuff they go through to get ready for this. Are you surprised that after nineteen years right back where we were in twenty, one and nineteen, sixty, eight and nineteen, sixty nine. Right back where every war? Well here's what I'm struck by bill. We haven't had the city. Cincinnati has not had a questionable use of force. In Twenty Years Nineteen twenty years. What Cincinnati has to do with Some knucklehead move in Minneapolis, not positive. It's just an excuse. Dilute it well. Tunnel them. There's a legitimate. Caring that there's equal justice under the law now. That being said I don't see Cincinnati. I don't see I don't see in here at all. And and no one's protesting the idea that what officer Derek Chalvin dead degeorge Floyd is okay. There are protesting. The other side believes what they believe. which is what it was a bad, it was a it was a torture murder. I've not heard. Anybody say it was justified. I haven't heard any nobody so protesting what we all agree with Joe. We gotta run good job. We'll see what happens. The investigation continues and the people of Hamlin County going to have to decide in about four months. What kind of county what kind of city they want? If they are thanks, Bill Jodi. Thank you very much. Let's continue with more if line becomes available. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine seven thousand indictments, issued of those who looted and robbed and burned and other and other matters that conducted themselves about three to four weeks ago, and the protests are on. The courthouse will not work with this prosecute. Let's continue bill. Cunningham newsradio seven hundred Waldo. oh! What casually bogey bogey. Man in about six minutes. I've representative Nino, but tally. County. This guy takes no prisoners as a Republican. When it comes to criticizing Mike Dewine your good friend. Yeah, and your good friend it he a friendly and the governor, still a friend of yours. Oh! The stooge reporters, a proud service, every local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers tempstar quality. You could feel it beautiful. Western hills go Durban heating and cooling, five, nine, hundred, eighty, four, forty, nine, or go to Durban heating and cooling DOT COM. This is no joke Willie. Reg Twenty twenty one schedule is out already. Y Year haven't played twenty twenty yet, but to twenty twenty one schedule. This is no joke. April first great American ballpark today play Saint Louis Cardinals. It will things be normal by April first of next year. They better because the fans are gonna Miss I mean are they gonNa Miss Your speech this year in about fifteen days. The answer that is yes okay. Well, then you'll have to boy you'll be. You'll be all ready to go by twenty twenty one on April first maybe a virtual speech about it won't be real. Yeah, they're going to face the AL central against that means that battle of Ohio is on. Indians come here in early eight mid. April, and the reds go to Cleveland and early May. They end the season at Pittsburgh, and September, one two and three, so April I know Joe April I no joke. 2021 reds against those cardinals. When was the last time the reds announced next scheduled before a game was played in the previous year. I think nineteen ten after the black sox scandal I think this is a few games played by the red since eighteen seventy eight. I think so yes. Let's see willy racing. This update brought to you by serve all electric at eight e door action big track at Sparta starting tonight I to back to back at Finnick Finnity series events, the shady race two hundred. And you can hear that action with Noah Grapes on on the poll at seven on ESPN fifteen thirty kyle, Busch will be on the pole for the quaker state, four hundred Sunday, what about Jimmy Johnson Jimmy? Johnson's come back. Of course. He missed the race at indy after testing positive for Cova nineteen. Fourteen deal! While he's, he's been cleared by physicians over the past couple of days, so he is back and the forty eight Chevrolet dot fourteen day. Thing doesn't matter. Not to him, no, please continue, will you wouldn't. Would you stay out fourteen days? Well, you don't go anywhere, so you're all right I'm I've become like you? What human gone for ninety days. You got furloughs. For the first time in five months year, good friend Tiger Woods is going to return to the PGA. Tour Willie is a return will be right here in the Buckeye state. That's probably why the governor wants to talk. Well. If he wants to talk to me, he knows my number tiger. Woods is GONNA. Play on the memorial tournament and Muirfield village starting one week from today. And NFL news If you're going to go to the steelers game in Pittsburgh, the steelers are going to require fans to wear face masks. If they are allowed to attend games in Heinz field this season segment. I got representative Nina tally standing by to Give don't want to be late for him. Don't want to be late then a two o'clock your buddy. Mike Dewine the governor will tell us which of our human constitutional rights. You'll let us exercise segment. Get me out of the stooge report. In have a hot again hot day here at a tristate with rain here there throughout the area. And the big track and Sparta Action Starts Tonight Sheriff Richard Jones. WAS THIS ON CNN again? We leave you with the immortal words if the stew tripoint. FELLAS GONNA talk you've got. The. Two o'clock. Let's continue with more. Representative Nino but tally. Next on newsradio seven hundred wwl W Billy Cunningham the great American. You've heard now from speaker of the House Larry Householder about what the governor is doing right and what governors doing wrong tomorrow we're going to have on Marie Thompson of the eighteen fifty one group that sues the governor so successfully when he fails to go through the legislature to pass laws, you see and in America in Ohio Columbus Indiana, there's legislation legislature that passes the. The law then there's a governor that executes the law that the legislature has passed then the courts interpret it, but that's all screwed up joining you and I now is representative of tally Ninova tally. He's CO sponsoring a bill. That would not allow any Ohio state official, elected or unelected to require face coverings of any kind without two thirds of our vote from the House and the Senate and Representative Vito Ninova tally welcome again to the bill, Cunningham, show and representative. How are you? I'm well. How are you sir well sometime tomorrow? There's going to be I'm going to have on her lawyer. Going file another lawsuit against the governor that always has been successful, because courts have ruled that you can enact laws without going through the legislature explained what your bill would do to change the governor's behavior. Which Bill Are we thought? I wonder requiring the mask. Be Worn constantly. Okay, yeah! Well it. It's simply says that you can't do that. The governor can't make law that's Wisconsin. Constitution says That's what the Ohio Revised Code, which is our law in Ohio says, and so it be wanna mandate something on someone. You gotta come to the legislature. We gotTA have hearing. We gotTA bring in experts. We gotta talk about it, and then we have to decide. Is this something? Something we think is good or bad. Rather than two or three or four people get in a back room and two o'clock they show up and tell us what your rights today, and here's what you must do. No matter what you think. One of the governor's GonNa come forward here in a few minutes after two o'clock and say okay, this is what's this is what it is today. A ideally you have a legislature that passes laws, and then the governor and enforces the law. Now let Larry. Householder and you've said this about a month ago. We might be some emergency. Of course, there might be maybe the North Koreans are going to invade Astra Beulah, and therefore the governor's got to act like right now and so, what Larry Householder has said and I think what you're saying. Is You have the power to do something quickly? But within fourteen days or ten days or twenty days come to us whatever hearing and then we'll pass a law giving you a thorny to do that. Then you execute the law is is that what you're saying? That, there is another bill like zapped. The House did pass. The Senate won't move it and the governor claims he's GonNa veto that would basically make the orders invalid after fourteen days if they haven't been passed the state legislature. That's correct. You know I mean one thing that people are talking about. Is this new chart right this seeing this new chart where these these seven counties now that have been locked down because they hit level three right? There's four levels. And they hit level three so they they have to go into a mask mandate. But did you know that if you're county? His level four level four, being according to their numbers. This is dewine Houston come up with these numbers and probably acting in the background. If you've if you're county, gets to level for you, go into automatic shutdown mode essential services. Only you know that. I know that because I'm in the media, but it's yellow. Orange Red and purple, Hamilton County and Butler County I live in Hamilton County and Butler County and Montgomery County. We're read. We're close to going into purple, which is mean, were shut down again like we were in March and the businesses collapsed, and who made the determination as to what goes into each level, and how you reached that level, and what are the requirements? Who made that determination? Yep Well. You. You'd have been that back room because none of us elected. Officials have been in there, and that's the difference between a REP representative Republican dictatorship now I. Mean I guess we have A. We have a politburo now I don't know what we got. Because at two o'clock today once again dewine is gonNA come out with US did and he said on Tuesday that Dr Amy Acton. Is His chief advisor on these issues and she's getting paid. The same amount of money she did is running department of Health and that he talks with her every day. She's res-, Putin out there, still giving orders to those are yeah. That's right, and and you know I'm all over the media last night and this morning because I've been telling people. If you're healthy getting tested, what are you getting tested? For healthy people. In other words, that's the big thing I feel as if I have to be tested by listening to the media, but I'm healthy as a horse. Knock on wood at this point. Why would I get tested when I? They WANNA have any symptoms but people. There's pop-up touching testing sites here in Hamilton County. We're at the red level. There is a feeling of turmoil and chaos and I'll give you another story representative I was at a graders last night. Something you've probably never heard of by. By great graders in Cincinnati's where you go in the summertime I'm there with the American flag mask on I'm complying a woman walks in and Nice Nice woman. I guess fifty fifty five years old, and she's standing there and the manager says ma'am. You have to wear a mask and she said I do why the governor said that, and she said what governor I don't know what you're talking about, and so a law, a law is passed on. The law is not passed a rule. An order and she has no idea what she doesn't pay attention to the media and that she had the sheriff on Jim. Neal Who said that my eyes will enforce laws. That's my job and we're going to arrest people that gives them ninety days in jail and seven hundred and fifty dollar fine at criminal penalty for not wearing a mask. The law never passed by the legislature. It's a it's an order of the czar, and then the citizens know nothing about it. How's that due process? That's never gonNA fly represented. That will never fly. Well flying now and you know people are constantly asking me. What are we going to do? What are we gonNa do I said you know laws orders, whatever they might be their only good. If the people who live in that area that state or in that country are willing to comply with the oppressors that are putting it on them, and the people need to wake up. Up and say this is not the kind of government that we are. These are not the kind of orders that we should be putting on people. We are in charge of our own health and safety. The government is in charge of my freedom and liberty, and until that happens off, we go, there's going to be more and more and more. This is never gonNA end. Well I have this. Shears my head the stats from yesterday. Ohio from the tip of Cleveland all the way down to Cincinnati from Toledo to Mary Outta. There's about thirty four thousand hospital beds in the entire state. At the as of yesterday, there was eight hundred forty nine Cova patients out of thirty four thousand. We have thirty five hundred. I see us. We have two hundred and eighty, nine, a covert nineteen that. Crisis, no, it's not and look the whole. Some some of that were between thirty and fifty percent capacity, depending on where. You're looking at some of the hospitals are busy but Willie for eight weeks. Nobody could get any healthcare for anything. If you had a sore tooth, you're not getting it done. If you needed to see an eye doctor, you couldn't go if you needed to cancer screening, you couldn't get it so for eight weeks. We had all these people backed up. And now everybody's who had mild cases of this that and the other their mild cases have become a Q., and it takes much longer to treat them, and their outcomes are going to be worse. They don't seem to care. Nobody seems to care I mean the governor and ACTON and Houston of. Of created a health crisis, and it's not Kobe. I mean I realize that covert is out there, but we have the flu. We have other things that people get deathly ill from, and sometimes it does kill them that happens, but we cannot be so focused on one thing that we don't allow people the freedom to take care of their own health, and that's what we're doing. We're allowing the government to take care of our health and not take care of our freedom. I expect my government to take care of my freedom. Not My health health is on me, and the issue is going to be in court and Maurice Thompson coming on tomorrow. Government all the time for overstepping their bounds, every time has gone to court. He's got a one hundred percent. Batting percentage, but it's only valid in that county that he filed the lawsuit in and by the time it gets to the Court of Appeals and supreme. Court's GonNa take a year or two by that point. It's really. It's sad that the changes to the law imposed upon citizens, not Biden lawmakers, but by the governor have been ruled unconstitutional. How many times have courts ruled that Mike Dewine is acting illegally and unconstitutionally he says fine. Don't appeal that. It's only applicable to one county. That's not the way things are supposed to work right and then, and then he goes over to the attorney general and says take. You gotTa hire five hundred dollar attorneys to defend me in courts against the citizens of Ohio. That's what's happening in court. Representative Ninova tally of Champagne Logan Shelby county. How do we get out of? It got the governor coming on in a few minutes. How do we get out of this? Because he said last night with Chris I don't know if you saw I watch CNN I monitor monitor that Chris Cuomo show and the governor was on and said that if the citizens of Ohio do not fully comply with this order of mine, which carries ninety days in jail. We won't have high school football this fall and And Ohio. State you see are not gonNA play, so it's like you know what illegally I tell you to do, and if you don't do that, guess what Deer Park High School when I play. Reading Ohio State when I play. Michigan and so, the whip is on that we have to comply with an illegal order and failed to do so. We can't live our life, and if we really failed to do so he's GonNa shut down the state again which the courts have ruled as illegal hell. Hell we get this position. It has to do with people not understanding where the freedoms come from. That's what it has to do, and we don't know. I I thought. Freedoms came from God guaranteed by the Constitution and rally. We wait till after two o'clock today. We're going to find out what freedoms we have. Maybe we don't have any I. Don't know what the Hell's going on now. I've got freedom. I'm not listening to these orders. Their bunk and these people know that if they don't radically transform the state in this country, they're all going to end up in jail. Because everything they're. They're doing is unconstitutional and what what they're. What isn't unconstitutional is against the law. You cannot implement these types of orders on people with no due process. Shove them in jail. No court no ability to face your accuser. That's what we're talking about here and they're doing it once again. It was the same thing. Stand up in a bar with a with a drinking. You walk across the bar boost seven hundred fifty dollar fine three months in jail, and now here we go with the mask. People better not put up with this I'm not going to put up with it. I'm trying to motivate people to say Hell No. How we're? We gotTA. Run NINOVA tally. You're the best. I love hearing from you because you speak like Thomas Jefferson George Washington Thomas Paine near like a founding father. Even though you live in a rural area, the state are those in your part of the state paying attention, these mask orders, because it's only in my part of the state, because who determines were red, and not orange or purple or yellow. It's the wizards behind the drapes who come out and tell us. And we have no appeal way of nothing. We might be locked up punitively. which just had the sheriff on Jim Neal? WHO said he? His guys are GONNA lock up people not wearing a mask for ninety days in jail and. Police are facing the police really gonNA execute these orders that are unconstitutional and unlawful against their own citizens and I know here down. There came and said he's not going to do it and I know a lot of other sheriffs to set no way not our job. You want to enforce this stuff to why you bring your goon squad out here and try to enforce it in our area. represent. A NINOVA tally. Thank you again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you. And you're a great American God. Bless America. Thank you very much. Let's continue with more. Well, the governor's coming up in a few minutes, the goon squad. I love that guy. Let's continue Billy Cunningham, seven hundred wliw. Not only about three minutes remained than the Rock and Eddie Ob here the takeaway from the governor as Hamilton County and Butler county could soon move to the highest level on the state's alert system, which is a purple. is public emergency severe penalties and exposure right now we're at level three, but the criteria. He established without the consult of the experts and the General Assembly indicate that we're on the cusp of a level four, but he wants to wait a bit before going at that point, he pointed out. that. Right now of the thirty four thousand hospital beds. State of Ohio available for all patients for all purposes, there's nine hundred and five covert patients, nine hundred five patients and thirty four thousand hospital beds in mentioned i. see you, but if you do the percentages of nine hundred and five to thirty four thousand beds. That's about three percent. Three percent of hospital beds are occupied by covert patients I would say the great majority over the age of seventy. And so this is causing the governor to go into panic mode when he gives numbers like in in Clermont County. And went from two diagnoses day. Cova nineteen up to nine, which is more than a four hundred percent increase from two to nine and I. Read I ran the numbers that if you take Hamlin, county with a population of about eight, hundred twenty, then throw in the three counties that surround Hamilton County. Which Clermont Warren, and Butler, Butler county has three hundred eighty three residents Clermont County. Two hundred and ten, thousand warned two, hundred, thirty, five, thousand, so Butler Clermont and Warren ever about the same number of residents as having accounting. The, reason we have more detection of infection is because these pop sites of individuals non symptomatic, getting tested, and they turn up positive about four to five percent of the time with no symptoms at all, so we began this whole process and March to flatten the curve, which to make sure we have a hospital system ready to receive those that are sick with covert nineteen. I would predict that. That if we have thirty four thousand hospital beds and ninety seven percent or not occupied by cove nineteen patients. We've probably have lots of room in the hospitals. Would you agree we've gone from a system of saying? Let's make sure we flatten the curve to one that says let's make sure nobody ever gets sick. When the causes of death covert nineteen in Ohio are not in the top ten. Those under the age of forty or not at risk, so when the governor says there's been a four hundred percent increase from two a day, two nine a day, and that's four and a percent. Yes, mathematically, that is correct, but in your mind is out of public health crisis so tomorrow I'm going to have on among others. Maurice Thompson. WHO's going to file lawsuits against the governor for these? Orders for which is no legal authority to do according to Marie Thompson also tomorrow. We're going to have on Brian Thome of crossroads. What's going to happen? Crossroads Newt Gingrich will be on tomorrow and I'M GONNA put a call into Jack. Windsor Tse of Jack can come on to perspective on this according to the governor, and it's now time to panic. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred wwl W Cincinnati.

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"The. Billy Cunningham. The great American take things going on the reds have got to win tonight and tomorrow they're one in four. If they leave your three and four, then go to Detroit Cleveland whatever we got shots but the way they're playing now is terrible. And as Brian Comb. said one in four is like three and twelve. So, we'll see what happens tonight they look. They look out of step off key can hit can't pitch, and at least we got the good pitchers going the next three games. But until then coming up after one o'clock today is attorney Chris Finnie about what does it mean when the governor's opening up to daycare on August ninth and what's going to happen more at two o'clock will bars be shut down I thought Britain Brittany Ruby. was wonderful this morning with Scott Sloan talking about the difficulties of government shutting down private businesses. Willy Nilly without the idea of the legislature being involved, and then after two o'clock today's show. About what's happening with all these criminals locked up to can't get jury trials and we'll judge ruled down the road that didn't get a constitutional. Their constitutional rights weren't upheld by having a speedy trials but until then Congressman Warren Davidson of Butler, county north and Congressman Davidson. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham Show and Warren how're you doing really? Well, it's an honor to be on your show and great to talk with you. When I read a press release, you issued to Kinda struck a a good note with me because over the past several months going back to the end of March practically, every state has had a governor dictating in the state. And Ohio counties exactly. Every from Prebble county to Shelby County Cuyahoga county to Montgomery and Clermont County in Hamlin County what's GonNa? Happen in those states without the involvement of the legislature, and until recently I had on speaker of the House Larry Householder he said some difficulties of late you may be aware of, but about ten days ago ahead on Monday talking about wanting the governor to come to the General Assembly and have hearings than determined to get the legislature involved. Then the next day the federal agents showed up at his farm in Perry County and he perp walked out the front, and since then there's turmoil turmoil in Columbus. So that argument is gone but tell the American people. Whether. Ohio Kentucky were Indiana goes you're United States congressman. Explain. What your law does and whites naked. Well, we introduce the Defending Freedom Act which would require the attorney general and the US Attorney's. To look for violations of civil rights and when you think about that. You Know Ohio. You know had an executive order that accommodated religious liberty lots of churches close but they really did that voluntarily. But if you look down in Kentucky, they had an order that that provided no accommodation. In fact, they find people for even going to church at one point under Governor Bashir. So you look at California and they put a standard set of guidance out that said, you can have this many people per square feet unless you're a church, it doesn't matter how many square feet you. have. You can only have fifty people there If you're buildings the size of a Dome you know sports arena you can't you can't have fifty more than fifty people. So you know these are violations but more broadly if you think about the Fifth Amendment you know we're no, no person is supposed to be deprived of life liberty or property without due process, and then you look at Article Four section four of the constitution and it says every state shall provide a Republican form of government. Republican that means that we don't elect a you know a king or a governor chief executive officer or something like that for a period of time, and simply the executive decides whatever and around the country you know largely governors health officials and certainly drill down into municipalities and whatever. Executive Authority for four months now in in most places largely unchecked by the legislatures. In Ohio, for example, the legislature may have agreed you know with nearly everything that the governor has done and certainly the the governor probably would've welcomed that he wouldn't have been. You know the loan alone personnel, but I think people are are owed that by their government. So this would be the attorney general pushing that. So you'll get civil enforcement action, but you don't get a a collection of this going forward and hopefully it would push legislatures everywhere to frankly do what the Wisconsin Supreme Court ordered, which is said you know an executive action alone could be done for an exigent circumstance for a limited period of time, but after that for to be. Real due process, the legislature needs to convene pass a law. So Congressman, if you have a real crisis which some say, this pandemic is a real crisis but say you had the North Koreans invaded ash to Beulah you to give the governor the power to act immediately right now. But in this case, the RUB by the legislature against Governor Mike Dewine who I believed it'd be well intended is simply to come to us and let's talk about it why twenty-five percent why not thirty three percent are why well, how about zero? How about fifty percent or seventy five in Ohio he encouraged the churches to shut down voluntarily and they did but in Kentucky Kentucky Governor wrote. Down the license plate number of Christians going to Easter, Sunday services to go to them later on and use the power of the state to crack down on them in California is we speak the California. Governor is issuing orders telling churches how they can conduct their religious ceremonies and so your law would say if you're law was in effect and dewine in six months or let's say you're law passes this goes through Nancy, Pelosi Mitch McConnell, the President signs it and dewine maintains what he's doing now could this involve the possible criminal charging of Mike Dewine now it's not a criminal piece but it would it'd be it would result in a civil enforcement action which would Essentially nullify the action the the governor or executive health official would take and be clear that it wouldn't be binding. So if you do want it to be binding, then pass a law and and then it'll be the law. So you know now laws do pass you know with the legislatures and everything else that are subsequently founded the unconstitutional. So I think it'd be held to be unconstitutional. You know what? California's doing no matter how much you know the legislature weighed in on it but I think just pure executive action alone you can't say that you've really had due process. It's certainly not a Republican form of government I'd say laxly. Part of the Fifth Amendment says that No, the government cannot take property without just compensation and when you think about how this essential versus non essential piece happened whether it's in our state or others around the country i. think that's one of the in hindsight people are GonNa look back at that as one of the most arbitrary and capricious you know effects of the response to the public health crisis. Future. You would not have a governor or mayor determining without the consent of the legislature especially governor because of the Constitution, the constitution is not as silent on municipal organizations. But the states have to every quote Republican form of government smaller, which means the governor which means the legislature and a court system, and then you have checks and balances because right now I have on attorneys I got one coming up in about forty five minutes on this every time they go to court. Win when the governor issues an order, because there's no due process no one had a hearing that no one determined Brittany Ruby would like to know Jeff Ruby steakhouse whether some. Six. Feet apart of the bar is no good anymore. How come twenty fifty six feet apart, which tends to be fifty to sixty percent. Is, no, good. But twenty five percents normally in the legislative process hearings held experts come in. There's testimony taken bro, and then there's debates held a normally what occurs every day about two o'clock we kind of weight with our breath being held to see which of our rights will get back from government and normally that's not the kind of government we should have correct that's exactly right and if you're waiting for the government to be the giver of your right so you can see there the ticker of them, the government doesn't give us our rights they're obligated to. Protect them if if the government's give her their privileges and that's not what our constitution established, that's not what our declaration declared or why the Revolution was fraught Our Constitution is unique and we shouldn't give it up I think you highlighted a great one and the bill does that as well. It walks through the entire bill of rights, and if you look at the sixth amendment, you're you're you know supposed to be guaranteed a speedy trial that's part of due process in America and and that has been infringed mightily. Jury trials have largely not occurred anywhere. In fact I got Joe Come on after two o'clock expect I. speak to them almost every day. But he he said to me this morning that we can have jury trials for mass murderers, Hamilton County and massive drug dealers because. Jurors will not show up and I said, well, how do you have a functional criminal justice system if jurors don't show up normally you'd go get them he said but right now we can't we don't want to enforce that because we don't want to force someone the jurors tend to be average age of about sixty to come in and sit next to. Each other we can separate them. We can do all of this and that, but physically, they won't show up the system is breaking down. I also going to mention Joe that that there are groups of Americans who believe that without permits to do. So they can simply take over Fountain Square, takeover Vine Street march around ot are march around middletown go into Covington. Just shut down businesses whenever they want that's called criminal trespass. You have the right to do it, but there's a licensing requirement so that you can have safety for the citizens for the business owners everywhere I look worn Davidson I think chaos I see oh, my God who's in charge what's going on governor's saying that we're gonNA write down the license plate. Number on Easter Sunday morning of Christians going to church on authorized by the government shouldn't that be a big deal that's exactly what the purpose of the bill is to make sure it's a big deal and to expect that our department adjusted provides that for the American population that everyone truly is protected by the bill of rights. That's what our constitution says. We fought a civil war to make sure it was equally applied in all states and and frankly it's not just the attorney general's responsibility. The US attorney's should be pursuing as well. No question and when and this happened almost every state. But especially in Ohio, the popularity of Mike. Dewine. is off the charts. He's like seventy eighty percent for what he's doing a popular doesn't mean right. So when you have a governor ordering that businesses shut down their doors and go home, we have a governor who says for a long time you cannot leave your home. You must stay in your house unless you leave for essential purposes and I'm thinking wait a minute. Who decided that is, and then we have many governors coming out every day saying well I'm opening up this business but on not opening up that business on keeping Walmart. But public education is not essential. I'm keeping COSCO open but the little mom and pop stores who sell the exact items sold by Costco. They got a shutdown a friend of mine runs a jewelry store and Montgomery, and it's a it's a three person operation. He was ordered shut down but COSCO kept selling jewelry. He was shut down for like nine weeks by government order. Now. How's that fair? Yeah. That's exactly where I say you can't say you've had due process with these arbitrary and capricious decisions on essential versus non essential and even the logic that was applied to essential versus non essential health care I mean the whole objective you know when we enter into just like in in conventional warfare if you're going to enter. Into A war. You should have some idea what exiting the war looks like what's the objective? Otherwise you get mission creep. That's how you wind up in Afghanistan for twenty years with no no clear in state right and that's where when we go into this, you start closing everything down what is the exit strategy go into in order to say we're GONNA require everybody. Where mass what is the in state? That should be defined and well thought out and even when it is even when it is, you can't really say that you've apply justice equally when when when Walmart sell bicycles in the mainstream bike shop can't sell bicycles you know and I think we have to we have to have no tolerance for that. Even. If it becomes popular, that's the nature of a republic versus pure democracy, and even if you're popular and imposing certain restrictions, the constitution takes care of majority rule but minority rights, and where would if the Governor Tamara two o'clock shuts down all the bars are limits. Restaurant Capacity Twenty five percent, which means they're all out of business where did they go to get back their rights? You hire an attorney you sue then Munster months and months or years now you might win you might lose. So your accent. kind of in a capsule tell us again what your act would do. It would direct the Department of Justice, the Attorney General, the US Attorney's to pursue civil rights violations, and why that's important. You wouldn't necessarily have to count on every single business bringing their own case right and work in the way through the system the Justice Department should be looking saying you can't do that. That's a violation of people civil rights, and they would issue an order saying that you know the executive order from the public health official governor whomever is of no effect. Because it's a violation of civil rights L.. Be Litigated of course, you're doing it off of off of the Justice Department's budget, not small businesses that are already on the verge of bankruptcy in Kentucky and Bashir refuses to go to the legislature. He's Democrat in Ohio. Mike DeWine well intendant refuses to go to the legislature and he's a Republican you got Democrats and Republicans. This isn't political. This is about rights but warned Davidson we gotta go good luck with that and maybe get some things done i. watched some of the stuff going on this morning and I don't know what's more silly Cincinnati City, council or in the United States Congress There's been a lot of it all around. We need to get our country back on track and thanks for highlighting the good guys out there warned Davidson. You're a great American and thank you for your service. This nation is arranger. Thank you. God. Bless America. Let's continue with more your reaction five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, pounds, seven, hundred, eighteen after after one o'clock. Today is a match diamonds good friend Chris will be here. He sues everybody all the time after two o'clock is Joe Eaters. He's all pissed off a two forty five today is a person from a major San Peters from Saint Louis about the mccloskey's who tried to defend their property, and now they're under felony. Dighton for defending their property against the mob all next on newsradio seven, hundred wwl demille. Billy Cunningham after one o'clock today is Chris Finney who sues everybody all the time. About deprivation of one civil when you think about civil rights. Normally think about racial rights. But civil rights kind of like. An umbrella in there are many parts of civil rights. One important civil right is in the United States Constitution in the Fifth Amendment you think taking the fifth good part of the Fifth Amendment deals with that individual Americans cannot have property taken without due process of law and that's why when these governors. Go to court whatever state I don't WanNa pick on Mike DeWine because he's very popular. But anti-bush share or Newsom or whoever cuomo whoever it might be Zanthosyn Abbott they they go to the court system and normally the state constitutions are closed the US constitutions and these governors loose. Because they're violating your rights, but it takes months and months and months or longer to have them upheld. And so the point is I think congressman warned Davidson pointed out very well, and I'm sure Chris you'll do it in about twenty five minutes or so. Is. That you cannot take away someone's property and property is widely defined as real personal and mixed real properties, real estate personal property, our cars, or real estate or business, or or your clothes or stocks, and bonds, or your business or whatever. It might be your money. You gotTa have due process which means an independent arbitrator, which means the ability percent contravening evidence. The thought that this is a deliberative process recognizing that a times the Chief Executive Scott to act now in the public. Good. If America's attacked now I want the commander in chief to respond. Now, don't have time to go to the Congress. Must like Ohio is attacked now by the North Koreans landing in Nashville Beulah now they want to land in national be always beyond me but if they do Mike Dewine done if the time to go to the legislature and seek permission to respond much like Andy, Bashir, land between the lakes has a problem he has to respond now Paducah now but then after time you go to the legislature and say this is what I did give me the authority to do this over the next several weeks or months and I'll come back and renew it And now that the lawmakers in. Columbus. Castrated. Castrated referring Larry Householder castrating. Now, no one is like confronting the governor who's well intended, Mike Dewine. We're doing what's right and say now wait a minute you're taking property of Jeff Ruby's Carlo and Janis to say nothing of all the businesses shut down without quote due process. Who determine that twenty five percents the magic number or sixty percent Who Determined that? You have to wear a mask? As opposed not to worm and for how long did your mask as match diamond knows you can be arrested for ninety days put in jail for ninety days. He's got his got. Here's my master right here. I comply I do it I think it's generally helpful I do it. But nonetheless, let's let's say you're in Perry county or Shelby County or Clermont County. And you don't really don't don't want to wear a mask. Well, the governor says that that's an M. Two misdemeanor to locked up ninety days find seven hundred and fifty bucks and away you go who determine that well, the governor did. and. So Tamara two o'clock, I will be here with you. The rumors are he's GonNa shut down all the bars. And what does that mean? If you're a bar that serves mozzarella sticks chicken wings, are you a bar or restaurant? Right now, I have the choice whether I go to a public facility or private facility Bill Cunningham, the great American I went to the sacred beast and ot are on Saturday night. I was there I sat there and I looked around. It looked good to me the tables cleaned the menus, your paper. I had a mask on the service had mask on I ordered some chicken Parmigiana. It was wonderful eight and I left. I. Felt Good. Who made that decision? I made that decision and my small party of four. We made that decision I don't want government telling me that I can't go to the sacred beasts on vine. Street and not are I don't want them. I'll decide I see government's role is to look after my rights my security. And let me concern myself with my health if the only role of government was health. There'd be no tobacco grown anywhere in the country. There'd be no bourbon. Prepared. To be no beer. There'd be no microbreweries because let's face it. There's something like fifty thousand Americans die every year from alcoholism and DUI's. Tobacco products are a half a million, half a million. If, any share complains about lives that are lost. Just ban the growing the cultivation, many tobacco product and the State of Kentucky or the sale thereof you're gonNA save thousands of lives every year in Kentucky. To say nothing of the rest of the country. But the goal of government is to say here, the risks involved in this behavior. Then you decide we're going to protect your freedom to decide what to do. There's many more children that die and drownings then a covert nineteen. So if that's the goal, one audrain, all the swimming pools, there's many more children that die the seasonal flu, every year data covid nineteen well shut down the schools permanently, and on that front I'm glad you brought that up. I'm one of those individuals who began life and a loving family, but we were certainly lowered to lower to lower middle class and my mother instilled in John Billy. Patrick in Diane the idea that education is the ladder to get you away from where you are. People that I know unhappy with the shutdowns of the public schools and the and the high schools have arranged privately. To have their children in groups tot by specialized teachers, many times that teachers themselves, who were shall I say told to go home? So, if you have wherewithal someone like match diamond who's got three or four kids and a public school system. and. The school was shut down. Matt will get with other fathers and other mothers and say look, let's get ten fourth graders. We will hire the teacher from that school to come into our homes Monday, Wednesday and Friday teach. And they have the money and they pay the teacher privately. Now that is happening as I speak in Taylor mill in Westchester in Mason in Madeira and Indian Hill in Wyoming Marymount. Parents are saying you know what? We're not putting up with this. It's the school's going to be shut down again, we're GONNA make sure that our children are prepared to move onto the next latter, and the most important part of school is the first grade, second grade, third grade and the fourth grade. So when you have wherewithal. You'll make sure that your kid doesn't fall behind. Is that true for those who go to taft? Or Dayton public schools no. No. It costs a lot more to educate more money spent on an urban kid done on suburban kid because of all of the other things that go with it. and. So the public boards of education and large areas like CPS or Covington or Dayton public schools. Shut down the middle of March. Now, they're talking about not coming back and doing it virtually, which means virtually means no education whatsoever. But and the suburban areas, the MOMS and dads that have resources are paying the same teachers to come into homes and teach a group of kids and having the same study plan. In fact, it's almost one on one. They're getting paid fifty bucks an hour per kid you can easily make five hundred dollars a day. You can make fifteen hundred dollars a week teachers love doing this moms and dads pay for it when you. And so instead of having a system of equal public education. The urban areas are gonNA fall farther farther and farther behind which will make it more difficult ever to catch up, I demand is an American equal opportunity understanding. There will be unequal results because of either. race or because of gender or your Zip Code if your zip code is four five to. Seven or four, five, two. Oh two. More money will be spent on your public education with less result. Then if you're zip code is four or five to three, six or four or five to four, one or four, two or four three. Completely. Different. So, then when the outcomes are different. The cries will be racism. Maybe sexism whatever is you want to label on this darn thing when in reality. We demand equal. Knowing those unequal results. and. So I look at this I'm powerless to stop it but I together can identify the difficulty identified the problem public. Education. Has got to be so good and so consistent. That it is the ladder out of the hole in which you may find yourself when you're six, seven, eight years old and really have nothing on your own to correct it's up to your mom or dad to make sure so. Now, you receive a good public education which is happening all over the TRISTATE, but it's not happening in a whole bunch of areas. Mainly, since I public schools because they have a multitude of difficulties and now that there's virtual learning which is not virtual at all, there is none. Those kids black and white fall farther and farther behind and they don't catch up. They have diplomas, they can't read. They have opportunities they can't take and they begin to blame circumstances other than the failure failure of the school board and their parents and the culture to make sure the next generation is better prepared for the twenty th century then your mom and dad were, and it doesn't change. It just gets worse and worse and worse, and then when you're twenty five, thirty years old, what did you see the way the world is operating and you can't fit in that world instead of looking at yourself, your family, your circumstances and say, well, it's Society's fault look at look at the board of education especially in a climate. When children are not at risk covert nineteen. A child at CPS, is much more likely to drown sadly or die the seasonal flu sadly or die of some other condition covert nineteen, and I would ask the five members of the five or seven members of the school board. Can you identify for me students who have died of Covid nineteen and the and the public school system in Cincinnati. And when teachers have things like get your wills together, that kind of stuff. To most of the experts I, see every morning every night there are no proven examples of student giving covert nineteen to a teacher now at your at risk. where? A I think a shield is better than a mask and report to work and be careful who you come in contact with. But education exists for the students not for the custodians, the cafeteria workers or the teachers, and if someone feels they're at risk, you have to take appropriate measures. Short break, we have thousands on hold. And we have Adam on a cell phone and dean, and could be Dean Gregory. I'm not sure then Stephen Butler county and more coming up after one o'clock today is Chris Benny. He sues everybody all the time normally wins going to talk a little bit about Larry Householder talk a little bit about the daycare opening on August the ninth and talked about the fact that at ten o'clock this morning Denise Treehouse said Hamilton County as far. As new infections are trending downward, which is a good thing and when I talked to those in the hospital systems around the tristate which I do on a regular basis, I get up every few days and I started making calls to people. They tell me that the hospitals are about eighty to eighty five percent capacity that we got ten to fifteen twenty percent available though not overwhelmed their underwhelmed and then when you get back to work. And but we wait for the wizard behind the curtain to come out and tell us which of our rights may be restored and which ones will not be restored. See what happens. Let's continue if line becomes available, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, and then after two thirty today a retired Air Force officer. Major. Sam Peters wrote a column for Newsmax, Dot Com about what's happening in Saint Louis with Mark and Patricia mccloskey there the personal injury lawyers husband and wife who felony charge brandishing a weapon with intent to do danger. These are the two homeowners who came out in front of their home and said, you'RE NOT GONNA, burn us down after the mob said they were suddenly the mob turned on some other direction. Now they're under felony prosecution, but not the mob that broke down gates, their private property and threatened to kill Rape Patricia mccloskey nothing's with them. But these two personal injury lawyers are have been charged with felonies and they may be convicted and sent to jail because they had a gun involved. So. The world is turned upside down and lastly before we let me say this real quick messed on. I've been involved with Saint Patrick's Day and other events in Cincinnati for many many years. And do shut down city streets you have a per you can do it. You have the right to do it, but there's a permit system you have the time the beginning the end you have to buy insurance in case something happens. You have to indicate the purpose of it and then. Then, you have to hire security. So they shut down the Straits stoplights, Martin Luther King Junior March is all you have the right to do it but then you have a system where you have noticed to the city is to win it's going to be shut down and then many times the city will notify the shopkeepers along the way or those who live there we're GonNa shut down M. L. King Junior March and we're GONNA have Saint Patrick's Day whatever might be We have a different system though. If your protest is about George Floyd or about alleged police brutality on assist systematic basis there's no system available for that. You simply do it hundreds of people shut down city block after block after block regularly, which is called criminal trespassing. You have the right to do it, but it's a licensing element that goes so when I showed. John Cranley or Chris. How come the rules don't apply to these groups they apply to the other groups and their eyes glaze over and they just turn their head to to avoid. The obvious answer is massive lawlessness. You can't do this. Let's continue with more twelve, fifty, four, the home of your reds hopefully win a game on newsradio seven, hundred W. Day Fall One. Dog around. Could Tell Bad Billy Cunningham the great American on coming up on about one hour is Joe. Dealers. About. The status of indictments in. Hamlin County. Of serious offenders. Like arson and murder and rape and drug dealing. That They can't see jerks goes jurors will not show up and more and also tomorrow in fact, about twenty five hours from now governor. Mike DeWine. Good friend of Chris. Finnie. We'll be here with us to talk about what other closures might take place in bars restaurants in daycare and more Maurice Thomson had him on several times. He works under the auspices of many like Chris Finnie in Chris. Feni welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and Chris how're Ya Williams and honor and thanks for being the voice of reason out there before we go onto the daycares which are opening because of a lawsuit that you found. The Larry Householder I've met him one time and he was a good guest and he was the one saying the governor can't do this. The governor must come to the legislature the governor. The Fifth Amendment US Constitution guarantees no property taken without due process. There's all kinds of two hundred and forty year history of taking property and having a grand potentates deciding what's open, what's not open every time you and Marie Thompson of sued you tend to win because there's a little thing called the law that stops governors are others from simply seizing property shutting things down. Can you explain the daycare and many of said the governor just picked a date out of the blue but in reality tell us about the lawsuit filed in the courts demanded it. Yeah. So I if you're aware, we have filed a series of lawsuits a throughout the state of Ohio on the screen issue. So one was to open up all gyms in Ohio. In other words, for Kings, Island Cedar Point, and Kalahari Waterpark. Another one was for a bridal shop owner up in Columbus and then we filed suit in Warren County to over what the governor had done originally was closed daycares and then he he said, well, they can open basically at half strength and and what it really required. It was kind of ridiculous. Willie is some of the daycares put up. A divider down the middle of these rooms and so your eight year old kid would be in a ten foot by fifteen foot room all day long and they weren't allowed to leave because they might mingle with other children's and We want on the Jim's case and we want on the Kalahari case and what the judges in both of those cases said. Was it that time Amy Act and but the governor and the health director don't have. As. You said unilateral authority to do. We make laws in this state you know starting with the legislature and the governor signed it into law and instead they just. Assume these powers and said, you know you shall close and you shall do this and you say, well, that's not how laws are made in this country and certainly not in the state. So. We challenged that is being in violation of the Constitution and the US Constitution, and we've won most of those. We also filed suit in a separate case to open up a daycare centers in In Hamilton or I'm sorry we're open. In. Hamilton County and we won that. So we we've had a string of wins Well, I'm sorry we said we one they capitulated and just opened up eviction court. So in this particular case, we've had a hearing one day hearing in front of Judge teep, and then the lawyers did what they do. There was a bunch of wrangling where the. Department of Health, drop the regulations, but the Ohio Department of job and family services picked him up. So they were trying to regulate it out of Columbus rather than the Warren County Board of Health, which would deprive judge teeth and Warren County. Of Jurisdiction but we Limited our claims to the Warren County plaintiffs and we kept it there and he was about to decide. So last Friday, we filed cross motions for summary Judgment this Friday, we were supposed to file our memoranda an opposition in a week from now, the judge was going to decide which happens to be the same day that the governor reopened the daycares. So we'd like to believe that our lawsuit. Catalyze the governor made him look at it and said, this doesn't make any sense win. And we'RE GONNA lose. So we're going to have a third decision from judge that says I. Don't have the Authority to do things I'm doing. So, how do you explain then when popularity polls taken the governor all politicians rely upon these things seventy, five, eighty percent of a high winds say go get him make it happen and so. When I had Larry Householder on. Whose name will live in infamy at this point and whether or not they criminalized politics is an issue for a year or two from now at least he was a counterweight to saying Wayman come to us and we wanted to give you the authority to do what you're doing. But whether it was Bashir in Kentucky who would not go to the legislature or dewine in Ohio? Though we're not going to the legislature or governor newsome who would not go to the legislature in California none of them go to the legislature what and the courts have said you can't do that, and so what do you say to a small owner of a jewelry store and the city of Montgomery? That watches has products being sold at Costco, but he can't open for two and a half months. Where does he go now to get back his rights? His rights were taken away his property was taken away without due process right? We argue that particular issue in the bottle shop case judge Algebra marbly in the US district up in Columbus didn't think much of that. So the and we found in another case for the music festivals a federal judge in the federal courts have been fairly hostile to these claims that they have found in the US Constitution a general covid exception to Your First Amendment rights and your due process rights and your equal protection rights. The. It's right in there will years it all these years. Yeah. How about the German flu about the Hong Kong flu have about the Asian flu about the Spanish flu is that in there to know none of those but this one they? were. Just going to ride it out. We're going to let them violate your rights for a year. So until this is all over and you just need to sit tight. Stand back on this other issue Larry Householder. I'm somewhat cognizant of public issues and when House bill six was trying to get on the ballot. And I had on pro and con I thought I had you on but you told me off. With somebody else but I had so on saying, do it somebody on not to do it by the time it was time to get it on the ballot and never dig into the ballot, which is a different issue. I. Wasn't sure if it was about nuclear power if it was about Chinese taken over the power grid or about coal mines in Indiana I had no idea whether I was in favor or opposed to it, and if it got to the ballot, the citizens would have been equally equally confused did householder and first energy. So muddy the waters that even a bright guy like me couldn't understand what was going on. Yeah. So Willie I was you know probably less involved in this issue originally than you I wasn't really paying attention when House bill six passed the legislature and all the back and forth and the accusations of the Chinese taken over our electric grid and all that I heard anything. And then I got a phone call at my desk at my law is saying we need your help to stop what these guys are doing to block us from getting this on the bout. So a group of citizens. And other utilities and others got together to. Allow the public vote on whether or not house bill six was a good idea referendum and they needed to get three or four hundred thousand signatures statewide a very short period of time in order to do that, and they were running into the most aggressive tactics we hit ever seen to block that so just Your listeners need to understand with a petition drive that that's that's that large. They're never almost never done by. Volunteers, you've paid petitioning companies from throughout the country and they hit the ground running and they get the signatures and get it over with now at least a bad taste in people's mouths but that's the reality of it but then the other side first of all, what they did was they call the major petitioning companies throughout the country before we hired him and they said, look, we'll pay you one hundred thousand dollars to stay out of Ohio. Just come here we'll give me a hundred dollars on condition. You don't do this that was said okay, we'll do that. Number of did, and then we hired a couple of companies and they came in and then they started trying to hire away the people we had hired and they would bribe them to quit and go home. So they were some of them. They said the typical petitioner, just the guy with the clipboard. They'd say we're going to give you a check for twenty, five hundred dollars and a plane ticket back to Portland Oregon or wherever you're from and don't come back and they would take him up on and because. Law Required our team to file something called form fifteen. For every petitioner, they had the phone number and they had the email address for every single one of our people and they also have their information. So the background checks and they had private investigators investing investigating are are petitioners, but then they did some really underhanded things they assaulted two of Oh I'm sorry they higher what are called blockers and a blocker? So Willie I come up to you on the street and I say. Would you sign my petition Well, we're talking about the day would hire somebody to come up and scream and Holler, and wave their hands and and argue with you. So you just throw up your hands and say the heck with it. I don't WANNA deal with. You. Know whether or not I WANNA sign. So they had paid blockers to come in and harass our petitioners throughout the thing and then two of them two of our petitioners actually got physically assaulted including one that had to go to the hospital. And then WHO's organizing these blockers is this householder who's doing this is this is so first energy. But we wondered at the time. So why was hired to say, Hey, you know, what can we do to slow this down and get this thing on the ballot? Crazy never seen anything like it and what we learned is that how sold and his team funded by sixty million dollars? This is not chump change. Really this is a boatload of money from I energy and and this was also concentrated in about a five week period of time. So they spent sixty million or portions of that sixty million dollars that they didn't pay their own pockets with. They spent on TV commercials to confuse people. They are competing petitioners to confuse people they but they also paid petitioners like if one of our petitioners had two hundred signatures, they gathered in two days they say, look give him to us and we'll shred them and we'll pay you. Twenty dollars a signature for those if you'll just throw them away. And this went on and on. So they hired us as a legal team to say, what can we do to stop it but really I had never seen anything I've been involved as you've seen a lot of campaigns statewide, congressional, Senate City Council, and County Commission. I've never seen anything the amount of money and how aggressive they were to. Block this thing, and now it's clear why you know they were people that were being given a big bonus of millions of dollars. If they knock this thing off the ballot and that right now the number is over a billion dollars that first energy's GonNa get beginning in January and so you spend sixty, one million and you get back over a billion. Yeah, I mean th they think about that. So you make sure your listeners understand this what the the Republican House Republican Senate and the Republican governor of Ohio signed into the law was a one point three, billion dollar tax on Ohioans to go to a private energy company. So they can continue to operate to nuclear power plants and I think to coal fired power plants. And by the time, this was happening on the ballot I wasn't sure. What I, what it was because it was. So the worst part is, is that when you get these signatures, it isn't like that wellspring coming out of the bottom. It says people, these are paid companies coming in to get them and when someone's identified someone's at Montgomery and Kenwood road that they could call someone higher these blockers at twenty five bucks in hundred come in scream hollering shout at the person getting the signatures but also. Anyone wanting to sign by the time you get done with that all of a sudden. You don't want to sign nothing it's over with who orchestrated this was at first energy was Larry Householder who wasn't well Larry Householder head of political operation with his paid political team in lobbyists and so on, and then they had vendors hired in. But yes, this was apparently totally run by a householder led operation and funded with money from first energy. What's the status? Now, the governor said the day after this happened House bill five house built six bill. Then he said the next day let's go through the whole process again. So we back to square one at this point or if nothing happens, they keep getting the money starting in January correct eighty, five cents for every person a as an energy bill. So I, if if the status quo is maintained, the money begins to flow in January. That's correct. Yeah. The legislature needs to act to repeal this the governor said of the repeal and replace but I, why would you give money to people who pay sixty million dollar bribe middle to make any sense? Lastly, tomorrow two o'clock. Are Good Governor Mike DeWine is likely to change I. Guess He's going to follow the lead of anti-bush Bashir Deborah burks who came in to talk with him about shutting down bars will be constitutional. No for lots of reasons. But the governor simply doesn't have the authority to issue orders and we we brought suit and we're willing to bring more suits to turn it around but there's lots of people who are really hurting. Because of this and and you know this is something that should be and they've had time now. Well I mean they've had one hundred and thirty five days to go to the legislature and get the authority. So they can't claim that there's some last minute emergency that he needs to do. He should've gone and gotten the authority that he clearly, and I have to commonplace court judges who have ruled in Lake County and Irie county that he does not have this authority. When the other issues S it, it's under in the general population under one hundredth of one percent of ohioans have have died covert nineteen under one hundredth of one percent, which is about one thousand ohioans have died. Also covert nineteen does not affect the young and in fact, Hamilton County is now saying said this morning that in fact, the infection rates going down the Hospitals have plenty of room ICU beds are available. We know what to avoid. We know not to drive fast I know not to buy cigarettes. I, not to skydive government to warn me as to the risk of my behavior than I decide myself what risk to take and what risk not to take. You probably drive above the Spidla speed limit every now and then. But you buy a car with with bags on and with all the safety features government should not be in the business of telling me as a great American the activities which are generally legal that I cannot engage in because the governor believes that he's chasing something unconstitutionally not approved by the legislature that would improve my health. I understand that getting graders ice. Cream. Might long-term be bad for me but I enjoy the taste warned me too dangerous might be then I'll decide myself. What to do does any of this make sense to you? It does willy and again there's two questions. One is the governor have the authority he does not he needs to go to the legislature and then the second question is, is it good policy? To do these things and that's what you're addressing and I read the other day that the the increase in suicides drug overdoses exceeds the number of Cova deaths. This is creating a tremendous strain on our society and it's going to get much worse when the financial impact is fully felt and the government can't just print money to solve that because then we're gonNA have to pay all they. Did. The first time around because we're GONNA have to pay our kids are going to have to pay all that back. So the pain that people are enduring and are going to endure because of these solutions that are our political leaders have come up with are are worse than the disease and I and I mean that I mean it's bad and I talked to these business owners. Every day they call me and they're almost in tears. They've worked their entire lives to build a business to Have have you know they don't have any you know retirement plan for at and T. or something this is all they got and when when it comes crashing down the second time, the governor closes. Bars and restaurants there's going to be very few of them left standing. It's really sad governor will not have done what he did the other day about the daycare centers unless you had sued him. I'd like to believe that that's true. I like to believe that we've kept in the gyms are are are golden they. They can't close the gems. They can't close Kalahari waterpark and they can't close the daycares. Now we're going to try to get an injunction in place of the daycare stay open permanently but. When ready tomorrow about three PM if he closes the bars we are, we've talked many many bar owners and we're ready to vote guess or Prince Finney. You're a great American and thanks again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show and keep an eye on Chinese control of our power grid you. Thanks Williams an honor Chris Benny. Thank you. Let's continue with more forewarned is forearmed trauma the reds who might win a game sometime on newsradio seven hundred W. W. And Kosta Jato strives wonder right field in deep way back there it is gone and we are tied to Rod Opposite Field Home Run for Nick Gusty Janos. Right into the Sharman bears glove and right. The. Payoff. Man That's a breaking ball hammered laughed Schwab rural turn and look in. That is gone out of here to left center. Up the JT M. SIGN Girka Sally as his second home run of the year. And GALVEZ swings and golf's one to deep right field back goes hayward. He's at the wall looks up and it is gone a two run home run for Freddie galves. The to. Swing a mess sally went around trying to hold up and the inning and the ballgame come to a close. Eight five cubs beat the ran. Broadcasting. Side Man would you get with Joey Vodka and tell him that the lumberjack chop is not a baseball swing whenever he chops out, it likes stops. Can you tell me why baseball player one of the greatest reds of all time according to Chris Welsh at first base you know he needs a haircut. Tim The other night creeper needs a haircut now I played golf with them took some money from him. Yeah. Doug I eighteen dollars he should take some of that. He'd made maybe take some of that other monies making it. Get himself a haircut. What about the chop I'm Joey Votto I. Don't know what is that I can't talk to nobody can nobody can. David Bell. Maybe, maybe notice it. I watched him last night on Fox sports. Ohio down looks like the president every year's worth about three. Now he's got gray hair and and bought bags under his eyes and I'm thinking this guy's like forty five years old daughter all your reds fan out. But you know what? Willy the nationals, the defending champs are wanted four they gotta be barking and. DC to one in four right tonight's game. You want to say tonight's game tomorrow night's game or big. The reds are now three games out of first they beat the cubs the next to with sunny gray and Castillo correct. They then would be one game out of first. But if they lose both games, they're five which is like fifteen games out and then they go to Detroit. This weekend I thought. Detroit. stunk maybe not. Cleveland come back home. Correct. Then they go to Cleveland go to. Clinton. Sag. Maybe. My speech should be given. It was coitus interruptus on opening day. I was in mid stroke when I was stopped by the sheriff. Maybe my speech if I completed it, the reds were complete the season. Maybe, we'll. You ought to go down there and completed. I'll do it. I'll tell you what I'll do it one afternoon this week. We'll hear the stooge reports a proud service of your local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers. Tempstar quality you could feel in Cincinnati Co, Wyoming Air at one, eight, eight, eight, nine, nine, six, H v a see. How bad are the reds? One in four million Kyle Hendricks he's coming off a complete game three hitter. I believe you out three hits to the brew crew in the cubs opener last week in Chicago and sunny gray after five games, the reds the worst record in all of baseball five, forty with the Arnold carrier since I pitch Kelsey Chevrolet extraditing show after the game. The bullpen willie so far as pitched one, innings, seventeen hits and fifteen. Era. Lawrence bigger than the. National. Debt. Let's see what else is going on here. Mike. Dixon explain this deal apparently, they've been in a holding pattern for the last couple of days. No Kobe's. Feeling. Ill on Sunday. Scratch, from Sunday's lineup placed on the injured list, send zealot other scratched from the lineup and he remains on the roster. The reds have no updates on their status after two days. teams are limited about what they can say when it involves Kobe nineteen tests or what the next say last night while Knicks cast says If you look at our lineup unfortunately, some of these blanket protocols you know used the F word Moose I can't he can. Moose and send Zell both were negative tests. On play until Thursday Y I guess that's the procedure. So if you get sick allegedly media accounts that the Mousse had food poisoning or something, they had a bad stomach and sends Zell had a head cold apparently had a sinus headache right and so normally they would miss a day in play but now players are going to say look I'm not going to report an illness because I know I don't have it right but I'm GONNA lose five days anyway. Well, both players have filed an appeal to the League's joint. Committee. This. Committee Royce. And to allow them to return after testing negative. So we know they're negative. So this joint committee who's ever on their we'll see what happens a committee of joints I guess, and so what do we find out today tomorrow I don't know it doesn't say. Does is right. It's probably like going up against the Judiciary Committee William Barr yesterday how was that? I, WanNa I. WanNa Release My what was the phrase yesterday when WanNa claim my time back they didn't let the guy answer any questions it wasn't about the answers it was about the question's mattered gave me and then what about last night dodger Pitcher Joe Kelley apparently threw behind Alex. Bregman. I saw sixth-inning whether the with the Astros dodger stuck time they all went nuts and said a bunch of words and then Carlos Kelly than mock Carlos Correa after striking him out swing the bat. And An end both benches emptied and I don't think they had social distancing. So I don't know what they're gonNA do about that. They said no fights. Or mask the players yelling at each other close. How can you tell I can't even I can't even I I saw somebody the other day I didn't even recognize it with a mask on I can't tell you can't hear nobody with a mask. If you're a mask you got in trouble if you don't wear a mask, you're in trouble Bengals bengals another day of covert nineteen testing Willie for our men in stripes. Today they waved at Defensive Tackle Ryan Glasco. After he failed his physical. Normally, everybody. Segment. Did have covert nineteen, eighteen seventeen. Th this was he tore his right Acl at week three of twenty. Eighteen. Ryan glass fought his way back to be ready for the twenty, nine, hundred, ten opener. Then he tore his right acl again and London in week eight against the rams. Why they try them out anything that's telling you. You Might WanNa. Do something else. So now the Ben galleys according to a poll of Gallup. What did they say? Five percent of Americans agree with players kneeling during the Star spangled banned that's according to fifty and I wanNA know who that fifty five percent apparently to they're going to have. The end zones painted in certain phrases in the National Football League to. Like an racism something else or whatever is earlier that. So it's the end to antibiotic politics and Athletic Enterprises Do. We have enough. Do we have not enough politics in this country. We gotta talk about it more correct when I saw. Am I thought it was MLB. Well that's true, which is it I don't know if you're dyslexic it's. MLB. Right, I guess not be last night Kroger on the mound. At Kroger, stenciled on the mound. They're getting very very. Adventurous Willie with these mentions in the tarps. For the for the sponsors, it's pretty it's pretty. J. T. N. how they're doing it Tony Moss likes that. Thank you. Say I like the one that says tied down there. Do you think we don't have enough political thoughts who have to watch a basketball game right to see black lives matter right we have to watch something walks in hockey today they don't have anything at least I didn't see it their all whites Edmonton Toronto. But I think all this is because you can have more to talk about we don't talk about. Terror says, we don't talk about politics. We don't talk about more I mean I I can't watch basketball game baseball football hockey having political considerations, invade me I can get away from it right so if you're trying to bring others to your cause, say and do things that are more likely to have that result, don't do the opposite of drivers away Bingo and can you tell me why? Over fifty percent of Americans. Considered acceptable for a certain political cause whatever it might be for an athlete disrespect, the American flag in the national anthem. Most of us say, that's okay. Well, I believe that the owner of the cowboys of the Broncos I think John Elway the GM there says if anybody neal's. It's One one. We'll see. Well according to take that to the Union, the Union will take that to court. Then the guy will be question you lose. No question but I know. The bengals host to in the first. Game San Diego that'd be the Los Angeles chargers so The first thing to be heard at PBS will be black. National? Anthem Right in front of twenty thousand fans and then. Placed everyone including Matt's time they'll be standing at attention showing respect. Then the next song to be played, we'll be the national anthem. The players kneel down. How would that be received? We'll see I. don't know how many will neal at who who won't I. Don't know. I. WanNa Know Right now I don't know I'm against it We don't know what's going to happen with this stuff in the next hour. What about the news if the Moose? Goes to the joint committee? Where's the joint? Committee meet Committee Joint Committee match diamond. He's on the joint committee. On what doctors? Nurses? Tell me if you test negative for covert nineteen, right, you still can't play. Well in another Miami, Marlin got it today. That makes it sixteen guys highly can. Pitch call the Miami marlins because they are desperate. They're not playing for a week they're done well I. Mean they don't count it. It'll matter anyway. Well. That's true. SAGO, if somebody had said to you a week ago that the reds are of the worst record in baseball after five games I would have deported you impossible, right? I mean. Follow shirts up sixty and. quit chopping how do you chop the ball like that just play the game and Relax No, you're Roy and gotTa do and shut your mouth and don't talk about politics. What's right what's wrong all this stuff visit cubs. Win. Tonight's game police. That's it right when I go to Dewey's pizza. If they hand me literature on On. Animal sacrifices or they give me something to saying that we shouldn't have coal mines right? I say you know what just give me my pepperoni pizza I'm okay with. I don't like even if I, agree with that. Correct I WANNA say well, you know I I I'm going to McDonalds. I'm hungry and talk about Afghanistan right I'm hungry if she says here's some literature for you on getting out of Afghanistan. I said where's my big mouth? Cafa Watch, a baseball game I want to see a baseball game, not a protest in support or opposition to something. I understand what you think. Frankly I don't care what Joey votto thinks about. Political social racial issues couldn't care less I went joey votto to hit baseballs. Well, that's the world we live in now willy, it's the new normal. The new normal struck and it's here like normal not going I'm not normal well, then I'll go down with the ship with the red the white and the blue I'm just saying I'm with you well give me out. pissed off now, Wnba they're walking off the court if I watch another WNBA game may be struck dead because the NBA. Walked off the court right during the playing of our national anthem. Should've shut down those two teams right there. Ms Espn loves that stuff right? Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Give me out of the students report pissed off now by the way coming up next show dealers about the way. Willie at honor of a beautiful Wednesday here the tri-state we leave you with the immortal words of the stew triple. Sir Mr Chairman I. Could we take five minutes Dean is recognized could we take a five minute break Mr Chairman on? Common Courtesy Dean. Israel of every witness. I waited forty five. We're our for you this morning. I haven't had lunch I'd like to take a five minute attorney general we're almost finished. We're going to be finished. Minutes otherwise. We can certainly take a break. Here real cloud. Okay. Yes. Yes. We'll have a break now he wants to break now and now and you just you just rudeness. Being. On display. Let's attorney general. Have a break committee was standing recess it now. Thank. Thank you Mr. Chairman. Got A P.. Go you gotta go. Look what happened Michael Colin went to go came back took care of business best veal in the city segment. Thank you coming up. Next is joe debtors. Cincinnati about to become Portland. On newsradio seven, hundred W. In some cities you have to wear a mask everywhere and others you don't, and in others you have to some of the time maybe you're confused maybe you've had enough it seems like there's a lot of misinformation and contradiction. That's why we're giving you the local authorities and experts who make it easier for you to separate fact from fiction it's a tough time. Let us help make it a little easier seven, hundred wwl. W. Billy Cunningham, the great American yesterday or Pay General Bill Ball with fine before the House Judiciary Committee, which was a rather a raucous affair because the Democrats did not want to face reality. In fact, go to my twitter account. The Joe does every few minutes. At Willie W I L. L I. Seven Hundred Wwl W. If you can do that, you can see about an eight minute expose of what a peaceful protests looks like and it's not very good. But we'll see what occurs there and James Craig as you may know, is the police chief in Detroit And he was asked last night on Tucker. Carlson. To why Detroit doesn't have the riots and other cities have and he said we don't put up with that stuff here. James. Craig was the great police chief in the city of Cincinnati. Three or four years ago he couldn't drive a car around Kentucky speedway but he was a damn good cop and he said we don't put up with out here and and that's probably the most democratic city. In the country is Detroit Michigan, they haven't had a Republican in charge of government there since the nineteen fifties in Cincinnati, we have not had a Republican in charge here since nineteen seventy one when joe dealers good friend Willis Gradison was the was the mayor you might recall in the early nineteen eighties. Ken. Blackwell was the mayor but he was a charter right at the time but also, we have the issue of what's going to happen to jury trial some of. My brethren in the law tell me that constitutional rights are being deprived of individual sitting in jail not capable of having a jury trial in Hamilton County for going on six months in which case down the road, there's a good chance for federal courts like Judge Timothy Black or others may rule that rights violated and in which case these murderers and rapists have to be released. So on those issues Joe Dealers. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show Joe, how are you? Doing good bill how're you doing doing? Well, this afternoon and tomorrow we're going to find out from the governor two o'clock weather bars are going to have to shut down in Ohio completely, and whether they've a six foot separation will be changed. But until then I like you, I watched the the appearance of police chief, James Craig we should've kept him in. Cincinnati. If at all possible but I understand your desire to go home and he made the comment that we don't put up with that in Detroit I'm looking at my left at my twitter account that has the eight minute expose. The Congressman Jim Jordan wanted to play but Jerry Nadler cut him off about all the Democrats and the media pundits saying these are mainly peaceful protests watching cops get pummeled watching cars burn watching cops actually getting shot, and these are the peaceful protests. Can you tell me when I looked back upon what happened in April of one then I'll look back and what happened about a month month and a half ago with happened in Cincinnati, which is the destruction of tens of millions of dollars, worth of property, and then it stopped why don't we haven't Cincinnati the problems they have in Portland Well I'll tell you right now there's a difference between peaceful protesters and rioters and instigators and people that come into your city from out of town to cause trouble, and that's a fact and it exists everywhere some governments like in Portland and Seattle they put up with it. And James Cragg who on the big of and I I think you are to? Said look we don't retreat. They're not GONNA put up with it in if they don't put up with an Detroit, they should not put up with in Cincinnati that's for sure and I'll tell you this. I'M NOT GONNA put up with it as long as I'm prosecutor I'm not gonNA put up with it. I've worked closely with CPT on this stuff. The sheriff's office and if they don't do it, I'll ask the governor to do it because that that cannot happen that chaos cannot happen Cincinnati. We did not have peaceful protests here. Only we had probably ninety percent of the protesters were somewhat peaceful and but the other ten percent trash tens of millions of dollars. Like many others I enjoyed every now and then going to tr and the Saturday night I was there at the sacred beast. Food was great, but the business was slow I walked around a vine street ot are one of the Washington Parka shall I say it was largely vacant and when you talk to those in the know that don't WanNa come on there to talk about it. They're very much concerned that a billion dollars in investment of a billion dollars in. Downtown may go down the tubes because of lack of perceived safety so as A prosecutor do you have confidence now at the end of July getting ready for winds announcements tomorrow to ot are is as safe as it was a five six months ago. I don't think it is, and I think that the police are working very hard to ensure that it is but there is there is a significant problem right now with people that not just are coming from out of town but here locally that decided to take advantage of this situation. We haven't had. A police use, of force. IF YOU PD. For What like twenty years? Something like that Timothy Thomas? No one it's it's been awhile and certainly not in the last few I don't know the last even questionable incident. And it's been years if not if not decades. And when we do have one like we had with Sam Dubose, we take care of it. I mean look there's bad talk shows there's bad judges bad prosecutors there's bad cops. The issue isn't that they exist the issue is how do you deal with it? And we deal with it here locally we don't tolerate that stuff and as long as I'm here, we're going to deal with those kinds of issues so. It's sad to see the people and over the ride that invested so much money time. their lives treasure to to invest in these. Bars and restaurants and everything else and have people just bash out their windows thrown bricks through police windows and things like that. I mean it's not going to be tolerated Cincinnati I'm just telling right now it's not going to be. So now they're different, there's a different mindset. In many cities Saint Louis you can't even defend your own home in St Louis I got something coming up on that Yep. Seriously, how does how do I would give those that couple of metal I mean they? They had their gates fast in they threatened to kill them and what are you supposed to do just sit there and take it i. don't understand that at all. I guess coming up to talk about that and the message is sent in by the way those who calls thousands of dollars worth. Of damage to the to the private gauge that were broken in and those who threaten to rape and murder a mccloskey's wife, and also the to personal injury lawyers threaten to kill the dog. Every racial epithet was used against them including sexual references to Mrs mccloskey. All that stuff was completely ignored because the prosecutor in Saint Louis took over from a guy named McCullough who who didn't prosecute. Officer. Darren who? Shot Michael Brown because he did not do that he was thrown out of office and the voters Saint Louis County put an George Soros picked devotee whose attitude is that we're not going to prosecute individuals such as the mccloskey's who had weapons that they did not fire but may I use the term brandished in a way that dissuade the mob from coming in I would say if they did not have those weapons on them that those riders would have gone into that home and trashed it and burned to the ground and. Then, what would have happened and there would have been injury and death there's police officers in Saint Louis that were murdered in Oakland and Austin all Chicago's a joke anymore and so what this is is an attempt by the radical left destroy the country and my best source for this is Joe Daters is former national security adviser Susan Rice, who said on May thirty first on CNN the articles in my hands that quote I strongly suspect that the Russians or the Chinese are behind and funding some of this. George. Foy demonstrations. We all know that these individuals spend millions of dollars flying around driving around getting their apparatus, his and living every day someone's funding this and they've overtaken the so called civil rights movement into a violent overthrow the government much like black lives, matter inc not the words, black lives, matter of course they matter but black lives matter INC is a Marxist organization funded in order to overthrow the United States government and that is what's happening and it happened in Cincinnati it. Was, disgusting. And so my question you joe dealers is this we have large numbers of individuals you indicted two or three weeks ago, and now you have jury trials coming up as we sit here at the end of July as I understand it from judge Kubicki that there's no jury trial scheduled because jurors won't show up. So even though you wonder arrested indict these people if they demand a jury trial and has no no trial juries, what do you do? Well. Here's the reality They'll they'll be tried. They'll be the trials will be suspended and we will try them and I've already told you. Off The air and on the air, we are not offering any plea bargains for people that riot in the city period but let me say this bell. You know whatever you think about the president whatever He's thinking about me or anybody else This is a watershed moment for this country and what you want to stand for, and it's a watershed moment for Hamilton. County. Do. You want. Law. Enforcement to be deep funded. You want law enforcement to be social workers look when you get. The trump ads right now. Whether they like it or not are very effective. You call nine one one and you've removed it from the police force and you can't get anybody to help you. Is that when you want in Cincinnati. amyloid county know that you can protect your family you can't deal with. Perpetrators that will pray audience our murder rate from last year is twice as high. We've had five people shot on Pete Rose Way and marrying way. In the last week and a half. That's unacceptable to me. And and you know you can say what you want. But if you don't have the police officers backs and let them be proactive and root out the causes of this stuff if knocking beat from a social worker, it's not gonna be from. Midnight Basketball Leagues, or some other nonsense these liberals want to come up with that is not the way this works the only way you deal with bullies as you punched in the face and you've got gotta be tough and you gotta be look there's no problem with being understanding within the community and how they feel about police presence in their community I have no problem with that. But when you deal with violent criminals when six percent of the criminals commit eighty, five percent of the cry. That is a disturbing the Dick and Joe some of the first stores that are targeted when so called riots and disturbances break out our pharmacies with drugs and and also heroin tight products. You also have the jewelry stores or head, and when I hear liberals talk about well, they're trying to get food there. It's not too many. There's too much bread at saks fifth avenue and there's not too many not too many things to eat in pharmacy that that has a lot of heroin director of products in the target, those stores also those. Who Sell big-screen television sets and away we go and I don't know I. Think you said it this is like nineteen, sixty eight in which we go one direction or the other and Cincinnati ins have got to decide whether or not we're going to be Portland Oregon or Seattle, or we're going to be Cincinnati and to his credit Detroit Detroit would be in flames right now if it didn't have James Craig and I think to a large extent, Hamilton County in Cincinnati would be inflames if we didn't have mayor John Cranley and Joe. Dealers and who we picked to lead is critical and lastly I ask you this when I talked to copper's they're largely quietly standing down because it cops not going to chase chase a knucklehead down an alley cops going to be careful and and I think those are the cases there's a perception in general the cops are not being protected by those who hire them I think in our community that may not be the case but nonetheless, cops watch television cops listen to the radio cops read stuff and cops understand that they're not going. To give up their life cop makes a split second decision right or wrong. He shouldn't have to worry about his political leadership supporting him if he has to make split-second decision and he happens to be incorrect and so a lot of cops are talking about Ptsd all day they pick bodies up off streets they go and look at children that have been abused that they talked to grieving relatives who have lost a loved one they talked to MOMS and Dads have their homes broken into then they go home and have a family dinner. With their husband or wife and their two kids. That's not the way life works when you talk to cops Joe, how, do they? How much under assault to they feel today even in Hamilton County. I think they feel very much under solid and. I had a forum last night with the League of women voters and. I don't know why anybody WANNA be a police on us. I mean. It is the most difficult intense job I can possibly imagine. That your second guess all the time you're trying to protect people and you know ninety nine percent of the cops are great. They're just. Good people that want to serve the community and to see them go through. This is to to me someone who's been in law enforcement for over two decades. It's it's heartbreaking. I'd say it's absolutely sad and it's not gonna get any better and. Lot of maybe politically driven by having a lot of driven by the fact that that trump's in the White House and they want to get trump out by any means necessary whatever that might be. But in reality if you're a suburban if you live in Sharonville you live in Green Township I, I like to remind individuals that in Great Britain, the number one crime committed are burglaries because it is known in Great Britain that no one. Has Weapon at home. It's illegal to have a weapon at home, and so it's not it's very common for criminals to watch an older man and older woman go into their home they break into the door they have a truck they take whatever they want out knowing. You're not going to get shot and knowing and they tell them if you down nine one one or whatever. If police come the bobbies come guess what we're GONNA come back and A. Day or two we're going to murder you, and so the idea that we're armed at home is terribly important because it puts in the minds of criminals, the possibility of getting shot. But if on the other hand, we have no fear, the criminals have no fear. They can rove the streets with impunity committing crimes and stealing stuff. Then we're in deep trouble and we cannot have that happen. We can't pass on our children and grandchildren less of a country. Then was given to us, and that's exactly I fear what's happening and large chunks of this country. Maybe they've overplayed their hand but at least here at least here, and in Hamilton County, that's not the case. Well, temporarily I'm telling you right now though the Soros people and if you don't believe these people funding this stuff, they are not just Marxist Communist they fund these prosecutor races around the country. It happened a Baltimore Chicago Saint Louis Dallas they're everywhere. They People. Decide what kind of prosecutor do you want? What kind of Police Department do you want? Are you going to protect people's rights to defend their own property their businesses? This is a big. Watershed event is fall for the entire community and and people need to pay attention and understand what's at stake. Walk or read or Bengals game from downtown. Well, guess what you'd better be ready to not be able to defend yourself if you don't vote the right way. It's going to be Joe comment Let's continue with more joe dealers. Thank you for coming on the bill. Cunningham show. We'll see how the voters decide about ninety seven days. Thank you, Joe. Okay. Well, thank you well. The Gone Lewis now been laid on newsradio seven hundred wwl Billy Cunningham. The Great. American. On June twenty eighth there were. Large numbers of individuals in and around Saint Louis decided to bring their calls to the suburbs which is happening in many American cities including where I live in Cincinnati Ohio. There have been occasions where some of the protesters wanted to take matters to the suburbs and so on. June twenty eighth the the mob in Saint Louis Thought, it might be wise to bring their calls for racial justice to. The neighborhood on a private street to a home owned by the mccloskey's Mark and Patricia the personal injury attorneys and they brandished a firearms one seemingly Patricia's handgun was not operable nonetheless, the local prosecutor more or less funded by George Soros as found a criminal charges against these two attorneys, and now there's a petition that's been filed with thirty eight thousand signatures to have the mccloskey's disbarred attorneys and many thought that the wrongdoing was by the mob that broke down a metal gate onto their private street and shouted certain. Certain expletives, mccloskey's but nonetheless, things are upside down Major Sam Peters Major. San Peters is law enforcement, former officer retired Air, force officer, and Major. Sam Peters. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show and Major. How are you? I'm well have thanks for having me this morning I. appreciate it. Well, thank you, and once again I want to thank you for your service long service in this country in the air. Force. But No, you've written on the subject for those who may not be paid a lot of attention to what's going on in Saint Louis Kinda, give us a brief one paragraph update as to what the mccloskey's did and what they're being charged with. while. We're seeing across the country, the violence and the protests in the damage of property and the threat of attack people are literally being just here in. I'm in Las Vegas and we had a pro there was a protest on the Las Vegas Strip where a police officer was shot at point-blank range in the back of the head These things are happening all over the country You know conservative protesters are being stabbed by black lives matter. Protesters I mean it's it's gotten violent and people have. The right to defend themselves what we saw in Saint Louis would the mccloskey's those those crowds were descending on their property destroyed some of their property to get into the onto their grounds of their homes and. Great Americans, they stood up and they stood their ground in. Missouri. They have the castle doctrine which says you can. You do not have to back down you do not have to let people. Into your home you can protect your castle and that's exactly what they did and what we're seeing now you know with the prosecutors out there charging them with. with crimes and threatening and indicting them which you know the indictments carry prison felony, prison sentences. This is a significant turn of of inappropriate events against the mccloskey's You know the the saving grace in my opinion in this particular case. Yeah. He's a the Missouri Governor standing up in indicating that if it goes forward, he will pardon them and I hope he holds true to his word, the prosecutors Kim. Gardner and they had the difficulties and Ferguson with Michael Brown trying to kill police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson Missouri and the evidence came out two or three months later and spoke loudly to the fact that the Michael Brown committed a strong arm robbery and then he tried to kill any of salt a police officer in uniform in his car and so because of that the the prosecutor I think his name was McCullough. He was thrown out of office and Kim Gardner received significant money from George, Soros and other left-wing process to change all that and so instead of the wrong d'oeuvres being held accountable, which is the mob broke down iron gate worth thousands of dollars, and there was also A. Racial epithets thrown and threats communicated from the mob to the mccloskey's about killing your wife raping your wife killing your dog and so the mob was yelling and screaming and I've seen previous interviews mark mccloskey who's a personal injury attorney himself and said that he thought his life was in jeopardy because after all the mob had burned down various buildings in and around Saint. Louis. Anyway, and so here we are coming to their home and he didn't fire the gun and he simply acted as if he was going to defend his castle things have turned upside down the victim becomes the criminal the criminal becomes the victim is unbelievable. It's insane and this is why you know one of the reasons I wrote about this topic I started I ran for Congress this year I didn't when my primary came in a strong second but we made a lot of good headway and getting the word out on on our constitutional values and what I what I'm doing now is I started the law enforcement loyalty pack, and if people are interested in that, they can see the website it's law enforcement loyalty pack, PAC dot com, and the reason for this exactly what you're talking about when. You have prosecutors that are out rogue, not not enforcing the law and taking all of the facts into consideration. The fact that they were private citizens on private land, protecting their private home from unruly mobs that have have been conducting themselves. You know angrily and and and aggressively and creating just mayhem across their city The mccloskey's were absolutely right and what they were doing and one of the re again, this this connect of elected officials not backing law enforcement and the police and and you know the mccloskey's you know in this particular case. The elected officials are out of control and the fact that they're taking money from these foreign entities in the George Soros scheme of of political groups and and basically you know, and now this call to defend the police across the nation. It's absolutely ridiculous. So we've started the art, our Packer Political Action Committee with the specific purpose of not only backing the police but going after the do nothing elected officials who are undermining law enforcement and the constitutional rule of law across. This country and we're not GONNA and it's it's happening is literally happening across the country and we can. We can all of this goes back in my opinion to the local level leadership or lack thereof and and their desire to to destroy our our our political framework kind of destroying our American. Way of life by turning things upside down and whether it's Austin, Texas or Seattle Portland is a story all by itself Denver Oakland Richmond Virginia. Atlanta Baltimore here in Cincinnati it's. Sacrifice a police precinct to satisfy the mob and then they turned United States, can you imagine a United States federal courthouse named after Mark Hatfield who was an Oregon US senator for about twenty five years and the mob demands they have the right to burn down a federal courthouse worth about forty million dollars because after all and then when the president sends individuals from the Federal Protective Service marshalls, etc. to protect the courthouse from being burned down off everything's turned backwards and suddenly residents under attack for sending police to defend federal property. It's all his fault. It's unbelievable. Yeah in the fact that it's spreading as fast as it is and people. Are Jumping. On that bandwagon, you know the silent majority of standing up there's there's There's a lot of people like them Clusky who will not back down and I'm telling you right now in in America today that's what we're facing people who are going to need to stand up. And you know the push that's going on with these these groups in the violence that they're starting the destruction that you're talking about attacking federal buildings and just the mindset that they think that that's okay. Is it. You're absolutely right we are. We are your backwards. Thanks. We, we need to get a hold of it again. That's why I started my my law enforcement loyalty factor. We're going after those those incumbent elected officials who are who are of this mindset, and we're going to try and replace them with people who are supportive of the police supportive of our constitution our rule of law and American way of life and we're going after him. We're going after a big way. Lastly retired Air Force officer Major Sam Peters. Left hand column written on. May The thirty first in which Susan Rice who's up to become the vice president for Joe Biden? Who was also bomb National Security Advisor Headline Susan Rice makes claims Russians could be behind violent George, floyd protests. She said among other things I would not be surprised to learn that the Russians have four minutes some of these extremists using social media to sow discord in this country, and that's the uncovered story is how come several thousand individuals many times go from city to city to to to kind of well meld into these black lives. Matter protest to take them in a different direction and the last few days in Portland there's been African American leadership in Portland saying we don't know who these people are. They come dressed in black are white Americans. They have educations they come already with the fireworks and with the bricks that come with larger batteries to throw the come with the fluid and they were causing the difficulty. But when Susan Rice of the Obama Administration said that foreigners are funding these protests, we should pay attention to her for the first time in a long time. As well, we should pay attention to that 'cause that's actually what's happened. She's she's a identified the fact that a a foreign entity is funding these groups pre pre placing you know Pallets of bricks to be thrown. All of these things there is foreign entity that is that is aiding in that you mentioned earlier with George. Soros you know he's got five, hundred, twenty, seven something groups that he funnels money through to to make this stuff happen in the fact that Susan Rice is finally acknowledging it all albeit through a Russian you know propagandizing. You know the fact that she's she's acknowledging something like that. We ought to be listening and the reality of it is We need to take our country back. It is deep it goes much much deeper. Than Service Level and you know I called on the the Attorney General. Step. In in fact, I called for just a couple of days ago I called for the Attorney General of the United States to arrest the mayor of Portland for being complicit in the Injuries to law enforcement officials federal law enforcement officials in Portland after he marched with the writers. and. Those are the things that need to happen the Attorney General's and the federal law enforcement folks are going to have to step up and a lot of these cities where we have elected officials that are that are complicit in in the riots, the destruction and the and the violence. saint-peter's once again, what is your What is the website where people can help you get the word out? Sure enough. It's law enforcement loyalty pack package PAC law enforcement loyalty pack, Dot, com major Saint Peter's Thank you very much for coming on the Bill Cunningham show and hopefully your words of wisdom will resonate with the American people. We can turn this thing around a major Saint Peter's. Thank you very much. Thank you on. Let's continue with more blind becomes available five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand Bill Cunningham newsradio seven, hundred wwl demille.

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Chapter 1: Disappearing dad

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Chapter 1: Disappearing dad

"It's peaceful out here. It's lush green. It's the type of setting that makes a writer get a little flowery with her words. Goose waddles past and settles atop a nest. Dear gathered beyond the trees that lined the winding road leading past Manmade Pons. John's topped with healthy films of green. Algae you can see. The occasional bubble reached the water surface evidence of life below. It's a beautiful day to visit a nature preserve. I'm here in Crosby Township Hamilton County Ohio twenty three miles north of the the inquirer building. Which is where I work in downtown? Cincinnati my reporting partner. Amanda Rosman is with me are two more colleagues. It's safe to say this is one of the more pleasant assignments we for. Journalists have had in a while but as happened so often when telling a tale involving someone's death they things aren't quite what they seem to tell you about the guy they found in the salt over implying six pipe fitter work third shift. Traffic disappeared if you know accused. You know we've reinvestigated to unsolved murders in our previous seasons. This episode marks the beginning of season three but the story here is unlike any. We've reported before yes. At Center there is still a death and yes the initial investigation into that. Death was far from comprehensive. But this story is about much more than the end of one person's life it's also about about deadly government secrets that took decades to come to light secrets that some people believe got a man killed not could get schools truth. You better start packing commander hunt and this is accused the mysterious death of David Box Accused is sponsored by third. Love if you wear your bra single day it should be comfortable. That's why I love third love because they make the best most comfortable bras I've ever ever worn. They use data points generated by millions of women. 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It's on the side of that nature preserve in rural Ohio where the story begins more in in thirty five years ago back then there were no geese or deer on the land. The man made ponds that exist. Today are actually the footprints. Instead of a series of industrial plants. That once stood there the place was called the Fernald feed materials production center. It was the area's the biggest employer and because of that mouthful of a name as well as the red and white water tower emblazoned with a checkered board design that loomed overhead a lot of people in the town assumed. Its workers may dog food. It looked like PURINA company Logo checkerboard board pattern the employees who work there of course new better. This was no pet food company. It wasn't an offshoot of Perina. It was a uranium processing pressing. Plant run by the government as part of the arms race of the Cold War workers for national level high or an aloe stuffed. The plants dance and when they were hired they signed documents promising to keep their mouths shut about precisely what they did there. I started working in eighty two. You had to sign in agreement. You wouldn't talk about anything that you did there under penalty. I think it was two thousand dollars in five years in prison. That's John Sadler. At twenty year employees. He eventually was promoted to management but in the eighties. He was a regular employee. Just like David Box. The two weren't close friends but they knew each other. He says he was just he just kind of kept to itself. You know I'd say pretty much but I mean he got along with. Everybody is just a fellow worker with no problem but I don't think he was really real outgoing. You know like some people are but everybody liked him. He did his job like we all did ask John Sadler about David's case and he takes takes you back to June nineteenth nineteen eighty-four. That's the day. He arrived to work a morning shift at Fernald and learned that something strange had happened and Sadler worked plant six which was the metals fabrication plant in the middle of this warehouse type building. There was a huge furnace filled with a mixture of potassium chloride and sodium chloride. The point of this salt. That was a bit complicated. But what you need to know right now is that it was really hot. Thirteen hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit for context. That's hottest fell sick lava which is in the hottest this lava. But it's still lava. I worked at plant six where this happened. And there's a guy that was furnace operator. He'd always come come in an hour earlier to get things going and everything and so anyway. I walked in and clock. Dan Dan he says. Come here let me show you this. And he showed me this furnace which was probably I'll say eight or ten feet long and it had molten salt in it. It just look like Lama. Always look that way so he showed it to me and it had a brown crust on top of the the salt and he says I have never seen this. I've been working doing this for a long time. The worker had lifted the lid off of that and noticed a strange crusty film. Elma top the mixture inside the mixture usually glowed red but the weird frost on top. Didn't it was black kind of sooty. The worker called a supervisor over and pointed it out. Does that look like a piece of bone floating on the top. He asked the supervisor. Couldn't make sense of what he was seeing and told the worker to stir the film into the sludge and get back to work. And that's what happened around the same time name. An employee named David box was expected to meet his car pool buddy for a ride home from his midnight shift. David didn't show and it would be several hours before Anna. Lo workers would connect the dots realize holy God that city film in the salt. Bad of plant six might be the remains of David Box. You might notice off the bat that we've changed the title of the season beyond the victim's name seasons one on into were unambiguously about unsolved murders Elizabeth NBA. Some retha Welsh without question died at the hands of someone else and not in Justifiable homicide kind of way season. Three might be a murderer as well but then again it might not. And that's very much the point. The person at the center of this story might have been killed by someone else or despite the family's insistence that he wasn't suicidal recital it's possible he might have killed himself. It's also possible however remotely that he is in debt at all had police Louise's done a thorough investigation at the time. His family might not have as many questions as they still have. And there are a lot of questions left to answer so many that it's tough to know exactly where to begin. This is one of the most complicated and layered stories. I've ever reported elements of the. The story have trickled out over the decades in my newspaper. The Inquirer as well as national media reports but details came in dribs and drabs. The official account never even included the gruesome death of a father of three but for us that death is not only at the center of the story. But it's the whole point. Some of you no doubt were not only alive but alive and even paying attention in June nineteen eighty-four for those who weren't a quick mckinstry lesson Cindy lauper was number one on the billboard charts with time after time the classics ghostbusters and Gremlins had just hit theatres. Race and Ronald Reagan was wrapping up his first term as president all right. I am deeply honored that you have allowed me to serve you for these past four years. If you think we hear a lot about Russia these days time traveling to the nineteen eighties. Wouldn't change much on that front though back then. Russia was part of the Soviet Union. So you'd have to get used to hearing the old umbrella term for several Soviet republics tensions between between the. US and the USSR were boiling. That'll happen when the two most powerful nations on earth are trying to figure out who wins the future. The resulting conflict was called the Cold War which had dragged on for decades and seemed to be coming to ahead. The US boycotted the nineteen eighty Olympics Olympics in Moscow and around the time David box disappeared. The Soviet Union had just announced it would be boycotting that summer's Los Angeles Olympics. If the tit for tat had just been confined to sports for naught might not have been home to a uranium processing plant but it wasn't confined to sports mm-hmm the US Senate allies for years had busted tail to create the biggest deadliest nuclear bomb imaginable in hopes of doing it before their frenemies did Reagan was elected in part because he promised to stand tough against these adversaries standing tough meant building bombs And building bombs required uranium as such locations all across the country manufactured one component or another for the arms race. We'll get get into this more in a later. Episode but in short for nods component was processing uranium. That's a high density metal found in rocks that kicks off ridiculous Nicholas amounts of energy. It's slow radioactive. Decay is where most of the Earth's heat comes from in short. It's powerful stuff if the for note. Plant this powerful stuff was refined in shaped and otherwise process before being shipped to another plant. That did other the things. No one plan was responsible for making weapons. Start to finish but there were dozens of plans handled steps along the way. I'm David Box. Was a pipe fitter at Fernald. He didn't do anything with uranium itself but rather he worked on the machines that did the processing and those machines were spread out in about a dozen different buildings called plants and those plants made up the Fernald complex on any given night David could be assigned to any plan at all. He was a fix it guy the night before. A colleague found black sludge implant six thirty nine year Gerald. David showed up to work as usual. He wore a long sleeved shirt and cut off. Jean shorts his daughter. Casey box streak remembers how we look Backman Tall. He was Broad he wasn't like obese but he was large large all the way around. Casey's parents divorced when she was pretty young. She doesn't have many memories of them living together still despite the divorce. She says her dad. David was a family man. The father of three children two boys and a girl. He was kind of nerdy not looking fellow with thick square glasses. I mean wasn't the chatty type everyone who knew him says he was pretty quiet introverted He wore or glasses thick glasses. He was blind in one eye. Legally blind in one eye and that Captain Alabi at Phnom. The only thing that kept in Vietnam said he use legally blind did one. I got his ears. Bigger the standout ears photos of David David show he would be perfectly cast as an extra in stranger things. He looked completely of his time from those glasses that covered half his face right down to his. Tom selleck mustache everybody on a mustache. Because I don't know I guess the thing David lived in Loveland Ohio Ohio which is about fifteen miles east of Cincinnati. He worked about thirty miles west of where he lived at an industrial site. Where Butler and Hamilton counties meet because it was a bit of attract to work? He used to meet a CO worker partway at a white castle and the two men would finish the drive to the plan together other. That's what happened the night of June eighteenth when the men worked third shift but this night something strange happened when the shift ended David didn't rejoin his CO worker to be driven back to his car. He didn't click out from his shift at all. No one reported having seen him for several hours His carpool buddy waited. Until he couldn't wait anymore then left David. A note quote waited till ten forty five finally went home. Sorry end quote. He expected he'd see David. The next stay annoyed that he'd been ditched at the plant but David didn't meet him at the White Castle for work. David's car was there though parked exactly where he had left at the night before. It was as though David box just vanished. He went went to work and disappeared. What happened to him is an unsolved mystery? Sh- night on unsolved mysteries seriously. It was featured on unsolved mysteries. We know where he likely ended up. Because three days after David disappeared pieces of bone were discovered erred in a spot of the plant that had no business containing bone. That discovery made it clear that he had probably met a gruesome fate. His body ultimately ultimately landing in that thirteen hundred fifty degree Fahrenheit. Vat of salt. What we don't know the unsolved mystery part is how David got there so a man goes to work and ends up in a furnace? That's pretty strange. But what makes this case worthy of a year long investigation is where he worked and when he died and the myriad theories that exist about his fate you know it was just one small incident in a very large arch plant. And I don't know if he died I mean he just disappeared. It was very news confusing thing around the plant. Everybody had their own ideas. Maybe jump defensive middle of the night or escaped or went in one of the furnaces. Everybody had different ideas but they claim he committed suicide cried and and call in that furnace but there was only a whole up there. That was so big. There's no way he crawled in there. mm-hmm don't ask me. I don't know and they tried to tell me all the time. He put himself in there. But how often totally trying to make a joke out if I could. He took off and Clermont are then put it back in Denton but but high got in there. I'll never know eight didn't get him By himself. I'll say that I've heard rumors that they thought maybe he was going to be a whistle. Blower what was going on with the project and I don't believe that I think he either. I got into an argument with somebody that night and was in Italy killed tried to cover it up or came across something he shouldn't have and Tom. The person placed his body using the hoist inside the furnace over the rolling mill I know a lot lot of people. Say He's not there that was chicken bones but I was in my supervisor's office when the box came back from the FBI lab that contained what they considered was his remains And I'm sorry but that gentleman I believe was in there. I don't believe it was chicken. Bones I made it very clear that I was last person. Apparently on record it seemed spoke doing not one person investigated in this case is absolutely a bizarre one in solving it at the time happened would surely have been tough for even the most dogged. Detective still still as has happened in other accuse cases the lead investigator decided. He knew what happened pretty early on and because he supposedly knew he he didn't take other possibilities very seriously but it isn't that he has a reputation as a bad or sloppy cop My Name's Peter Eldora g At the time I was a crime scene investigator Hamlin County Sheriff's Department and I would be at the scenes of any questionable death or homicide or suicide and I would be responsible for the entire crime scene. All evidence collection fingerprints any other items that Were of interest there's to us. It's tough to reexamine a case without sounding like you're as I told him. I'm aware that this is Monday morning. Quarterbacking but to his credit it all day RUCCI sat down with us to discuss this case and was even open to our pushback. We've asked around and he has a reputation as a stand up guy who cares. It's not just about closing cases but closing them right. There's one case in particular that helps illustrate this in one thousand nine hundred ninety Aldo route. She got a surprise middle of the night concession from a man for rape that someone else was in prison for supposedly committing instead of doing what I've I've seen other cops do announced that the original suspect must have had an accomplice ALDA RUCCI and the prosecutor's Office agreed that the confession meant that convicted victims man must not be guilty and he was released from prison although Rucci didn't want them wrong guy behind bars. ALDA RUCCI stands ends by his investigation in the David box case. He believes that foul play was physically. Impossible nobody could have put him in there other than him putting himself under not much ambiguity. There suicide is possible when you don't have a body. It's tough to tell how a person died. David's family family said he'd been in good spirits and planning for the future but suicide isn't always a planned act. Sometimes it's spontaneous and inexplicable explicable to the people left behind. David did have mental health issues and a suicide attempt several years in the past. So Alder Rucci didn't pull pulled the suicide possibility completely out of thin air but we have more than one thousand pages of trial transcripts and investigative documents. And we've conducted opted dozens of our own interviews including one with Al Rookie himself and it's fair to say that Alder Rucci never weighed homicide in this case he Set so himself. He didn't even consider it. No one was questioned for motive. Alibis weren't verified. Leads went not only on followed. You'd want him gathered all Ritchie. Doesn't consider this case unsolved mystery at all but David's family does I mean have Hewish but you know we had seen him the one that had happened. It was father's Day weekend so we have just seen him he had just picked us up. And you know we'd spent the weekend with him and He dropped us off a little early because he knew had to go to work that night so he wanted to get sleep but I mean we were playing vacation groceries. He was a smoker. He just bought three packs of cigarettes sitting home and stable. Oh you know it wasn't. He didn't commit suicide commit suicide like they WANNA say did. She was suspicious from the outset about suicide and then for Nolde made big headlines a few months after David's last shift ever since that Casey has been certain in who died was murdered. The first headline ran in December nineteen eighty-four on the front page of the Cincinnati Inquirer at red and yellow checking possible uranium leak. Here's how the story begins unacceptably. Large amounts of uranium dust may have escaped from an Ellos for Donald Uranium processing plant in northwest Hamilton. County and a low spokesman. George Smith said Monday if it really happened. The uranium slipped by a flawed filter. altern pressure monitor and a work area exhaust system for three months Smith said but it may not have happened. He added spoiler alert. It did happen been and it helped lead to the plan shuttering just a few years later the way. That story was falsely tempered. Maybe something happened but then again. Maybe it didn't was a sign of things to come company and government officials habitually downplayed any concerns to the point of outright deceit. And so now you have a man who goes to work at a uranium processing plant and ends up in a furnace just months before stories break that ruined the company. You have a death that was treated straight away as a suicide and you have officials minimizing. What's really happening at the plant? It's no wonder David's family has questions questions. You GotTa do. I mean but it's always there. There has not not been and I hate this word Luger. I hate that word. You hear people use that although I need some closure but you know I don't have a place to go and mourn if I wanted to or anything like that for all I know. He's done in Mexico. Drink Margaritas Garrido's So right I'm not a fan of the word closure. Actually I have been in arguments with editors like now. Don't put that in the headline really do hate that word. You can't find closure you you can find any answer can help. Maybe he'll feel a bit but it doesn't mean that I mean I know in my mind. Basically what happened. But it's not gonNA change anything. No I mean wouldn't be nice for somebody to get what it's coming to them gas. I'm definitely a person eye for an eye. But you know the government is a big entity and to try and find out anything having accepted the fact that probably will never happen You can probably hear in cases voice that she's tough she's he's thin with delicate features but she looks a bit weary lake. She's endured a few too many tragedies in her fifty one years and in truth she has Losing her father when she was a teenager was simply the first of them excuses. Quick break the episode. You're listening to now was released already on our patron page at Patriotair Dot com slash accused. You can get early ad free episodes there as well as bonus episodes behind the scenes peeks Cuna sessions and even a brand new crime and journalism. podcast if you like what what we do here consider joining us over there again for this content and more support us at Patriotair dot com slash accused. And when I reported case the first thing I want to know is who precisely. I'm reporting about with season one of accused. We put Beth. Andy's photo votto front and center to make sure she was at the forefront of our minds. Her photo is still by our desks. This time David's photo is on our wall too though. He's been tougher to flesh out. It's not that he didn't affect people in his thirty nine years but a lot of his family is dead. His kids remember him of course in his son. Tony told me that he keeps his dad's childhood baseball glove on the dashboard so he sees it every day but his kids were young when he died they they never got the chance to know him as a real person. It's like they remember a two-day version of their dad. He's there but not fully formed. David's CO workers from some of them brought him up during interviews conducted for a living history project in the late nineteen nineties but as you can hear from one one of his self described Friends George Beset memories of David's life have been overshadowed by the mystery of death when they tell you about the guy they found in the salt over implying six. They was a pipe fitter work third shift and he disappeared so they went over and looked him. They smell up when you went implying. Six excellent went up there and took a lead off the salt furnish and he was a black impression up. There did find him he was real good friend of mine too. I used to kid him. I'm kidding me with a pipe fitter they never did. I don't want him doing David's become more legend than man. We hope to fix that at at least a little because like any of us. He deserves to be remembered so a brief biography David was born in Staten Island. New York work in November nineteen forty four two and Russell box his folks had met and fallen in love and the Empire State they married in nineteen thirty six had three. The sons and moved to Ohio. David was young. The couple devout Catholics stayed married for more than forty years until and died in nineteen seventy nine nine nineteen eighty-four David was set to turn forty years old and he was turning a corner on a few rough years in the late seventies. He'd been drinking taking too much which caused his wife to leave him. David didn't want the divorce. He wanted a lifelong marriage like his parents. It was tough on him when he realized it wasn't going Happen but he and his wife kept things amicable and he stayed focused on his kids. Even if they didn't live with them anymore he he was always. He's there when we needed him a wake up. Call him at the drop of a hat and he would be there. But I mean it was a good guy On US want to Church was Catholic and then a lot of stuff for the church. He used hidden. My mom actually used to cut grasp for the church. Remember how David looked a little nerdy. His biggest thing was he loved the CD radio CB. Radio isn't intas commonplace. Now as it once was I saw a reddit comment refer to it as the Youtube comments section for an older generation which feels pretty apt. Trucker's still use it to talk to each other. But in the seventies and eighties it was hugely popular with non truckers. Too Shy people today might know most of their friends from the Internet well. Most of David's friends were folks he would shot with unsee be. I can remember there'd be times where where he didn't want to go. This was what him and my mom are still together. He wouldn't WanNA bother my mom he had A. CB and the car he would go out ten eleven twelve o'clock at night and sit in the car and talking to CB radio he'd be up until two three or four o'clock in the morning talking on the damn thing you know after the divorce he was able to CB radio Jio as much as he wanted. And Casey remembers that's just what he did and he would get on. TV At all hours of the day and night and just talk to people all all over the place. He had a group of people locally that he would talk to and then every so often they have like a picnic or something and I'll get together so they can see face to face but you know. He was always so proud that he had talked to. Somebody in Australia was able to reach that far so loss. CB Talking Tony box for member. That is dad's handle was easy. Rider lifted from the classic Peter Fonda Film. Casey said he used to talk with a woman who called herself. Fancy so yes there. Dad was quiet and his in-person friendships were limited. But his kids don't think he was lonely. He's a reserve her very reserved person unless he had a CB he was a CB fanatic man. Tony Oni was older than Casey. When his dad died in fact he was married to his high school? Sweetheart to whom he still married today one of his favourite memories of his dad. Ed begins on Christmas when Tony was fourteen. He loved music and was determined to play guitar. That's Tony Not David who wasn't much of a music fan Dan. Tony had bought a cheap guitar and asked his parents for new strings for Christmas. They came through but while Tony was restringing the instrument he he somehow lost his grip and when it hit the ground the neck broke Tony Bald. He was heartbroken. His Dad heard from Tony's he's mom. Just how upset. He was so David took him to the music store and gave him his pick and he said so. You like stress right and and will come on. Let's go find one. I had one in my mind that I was thinking about and when I finally found about a month after we first started looking it was at Midwest music. He made sure yeah go ahead. We'll take it. Tony Still. Has that guitar today. One of Casey's favorite memories also centers on a holiday had a comical side to him. You like to joke around. What kind of jokes? It just stupid stuff like it eastern instead of calling it. The Easter body was the pig. You'd have these pig callers. which was his dad? I knew it was his dad avenue. It was my GRANDPA. But he'd have his dad call us on the phone the day leading up to her father's disappearance Tsk Casey had spent time with them. It was such a normal uneventful visit. That she doesn't remember much about it. Even though it was the last time she ever saw him she does recall her. Dad Got excited about his plan to take the kids to Florida for vacation. The next time he saw them the plan was to load them up in the car. Aren start the twelve hour drive but that was next time this night. He had to get ready for work. He dropped the kids off a little early so he could not before. His midnight chipped. The next day Casey went with one of her brothers and her mom's boyfriend to Churchill downs the race track known as the home of the Kentucky Derby. Casey's mom had stayed home. If you've been to a race track you know. They can be pretty loud places over the din. Casey heard and announcement mm spin on the PA system. I can remember telling my mom's boyfriend. They just paged you. And he's like oh no they didn't and they just paid you overhead. The boyfriend never heard it himself and wouldn't take Casey's word for it so the trio never never returned. The call ended up staying for the whole races and then when we got back mom was waiting for us when we got back and told oldest that he was missing. What do you mean missing like Woah? Don't get lost. He wanted to work and they can't find him. The News didn't seem real and it certainly didn't seem final. As far as his family knew David could reappear at any moment with the story. Worry about getting fed up with work and deciding to quit on the spot or he could be found pinned beneath some big piece of equipment in one of the warehouses or or you could show up at home after a couple days of binge drinking confused why everyone was making such a fuss it would be three or four days before anyone broach the possibility with David kids that their father might be dead. Nobody ever wanted to say he was dead. Because of the whole you know who's going to be liable for it because it happened at work you know. So they were. It took a lawyer getting getting a paperwork from judge to say that he was dead and that was probably a couple of weeks at least So I just remember my mom telling us that he was missing. But kind of a protracted way to find out something that traumatic right exactly well. David's families struggled to makes sense of his absence. His co-workers had started searching. The fornell complex was divided into all of those buildings called plants. As a pipe fitter David could be assigned to any plant on any given night the ninety disappeared. He'd been assigned to plant eight and told the fix a meter for in a valve and replace some gaskets. Supplant eight was naturally one of the first places is co worker searched. Most of the work he had been assigned was it's finished but there is no sign of David so they were checking their course. They checked whole site check for him. That's one of David's former CO workers I. My Name Is Melvyn Clearer Emil v I N Seal E E R people call them doc. He was interviewed for that. Living History Project mentioned earlier. I mean everybody don't ideas if he jumped the fence in the middle of the night or escaped or went in one of the furnaces. The morning after David went went missing is when a CO worker noticed the strange city film in the VAT workers would dip uranium ingots into the mixture of potassium chloride and sodium chloride which was kept hot enough to alter the molecular structure of the radioactive metal. In short the slurry is high temperatures allowed the Uranium Liam to be molded into whatever shape was needed after the employee alerted. His supervisor and the supervisor shrugged off the finding and directed the sludge to be stirred. Everyone moved on but a bit later. The worker noticed something else about the salt that it was kept at a constant thirteen hundred. I'm fifty degrees Fahrenheit. It was monitored to ensure the temperature never varied even when the lid was taken off and the ingots lowered into it. It only dropped a few degrees and yet a readout from early in the morning right at the end of David Shift showed to dips in temperature within the half hour span. It dipped down to thirteen hundred and twenty two degrees then came back to thirteen fifty then dipped again to thirteen hundred twenty four and finally leveled back for good about fifteen minutes later. That readout is what prompted everyone involved in the search for David to zero in on Evatt. But we didn't know for sure but anyway what they did. They turned off the furnace and they uh took all this material other RUCCI ordered workers to empty the bat and sift through its contents to see if they could determine whether it entombed David Box Fox. That was impossible at thirteen hundred and fifty degrees so workers. I turned off the bat and waited and waited and waited needed. It took three days before the goo inside cooled enough to drain after that workers grabbed chisels and started a grisly search. Search digging through the now hardened slurry was a painstaking staking process. Clear says the took an all out and went through it piece by piece a little pieces. I mean they went over that and they hit a stereo coordin- off and they went through it and Jackhammer down there. It was just like Molten Rock and they did find some things they thought might have uh-huh attributed to him like a shoelaces or steel toed shoes. Casey remember seeing photographs of what workers found I do I do remember that because they had pictures of like the wire. Rinse glass is parts of booths keys. This that and the other thing. Most of what the workers recovered was metal. Some types of metal melt at less than thirteen hundred and fifty degrees aluminum for example has the melting point of less than a thousand degrees Greece but silver survives up to fifteen hundred fifty degrees brass. which is what a lot of keys are made of stays intact until about sixty one hundred and fifty degrees? Ace Steel varies on whether it's pure or mixed with another metal but generally speaking it survives until about twenty five hundred degrees. The photos showed something else too and they were showing us the pictures bone fragments and I got to go to the bathroom and on wait I I was. I was feeling good and I ended up passing out in the hallway and kind of you know half because a coffee and a half of the anxiety of C.. And all that stuff even after the kids saw the photographs questions lingered that that can happen in deaths with actual bodies and this one only had fragments of bone bone wasn't identifiable DNA testing. I debuted around nineteen eighty-three and didn't hit courtrooms until Nineteen eighty-six back. When that testing was new? You needed a good bit of biological material to make a match. The bones from the furnace for too degraded to test at the time and today there in tomb somewhere on undisclosed government property supposedly Siddeley because they're radioactive without a body rumors started swirling at the plant that David Hunt died in the vowed at all but rather had had sneaked out by climbing offense at the back of the property. Those rumors eventually reached his family. Gave them hope. Those rumors continue you today. In fact one former boss of David's told me we made what I thought was a thorough search in the plant and I I don't think he expired in the plant to be clear. Expired is a euphemism for death. The supervisor Sir named Weldon Atoms doesn't believe that David died at Fernald at all. He offered no explanation for the bones and metal found in the salt fat even forty years later. Casey doesn't speak about her father with finality as she said earlier for all I know he's done in Mexico drink Margaritas That's of course more wishful thinking than rooted in reality. He's never made contact with anyone. He left his home his belongings. He didn't surface when other their loved. Ones died in the years that followed by all accounts he was a doting father. His kids were his primary motivation for getting mental health treatment. Coming to begin with the notion that he left him willingly doesn't sit well with people who actually knew him that hasn't kept some strangers from reporting according random sightings however after the case was featured on unsolved mysteries a tipster claim to have seen David working as a doctor and Elizabethtown Kentucky but it only took cursory research to find that the doctor in question was another man entirely with fully documented past. If David it is still alive. He's in hiding and he's a master at it. The headline about radioactive dust escaping into the air came about five five months after David's disappearance. Never were the two stories reported in connection with each other. At least not in the mainstream press a self if described investigative reporter who lived near the Fernald plant started loosely tying the two events together for a couple of independent newspapers he freelanced for the reporter named DC. Coal forged a friendship with David's family and wrote some stories for now defunct newspaper called the everybody's news that looked at for knowledge in the poison. It had unleashed not just in the air but in the nearby water supply. Coal was convinced that David was as a conscientious worker. who had grown frustrated with the lack safety measures at the plant? He believed David had figured out that. The plant was endangering workers and residents and threatened to go public with what he knew and he believe. David's plans to whistle blow thwarted by his murder. Cole's persistence caught the attention of producers of unsolved mysteries for young wins out there it was a hit. TV show launched in Nineteen ninety-seven. It's had several several hosts over a few incarnations most notably Robert Stock hopping from NBC to CBS. To lifetime it was cancelled in two thousand and two them resurrected for a few years in twenty seven with Dennis Farina's the host despite all the changes over the years. The show's premise never varied it always focused on cold cases and paranormal phenomena. And it always creep the hell out of my mom me when we watched it together which I vividly remember doing every week each hour long episode of the show featured a few different cases meaning any given case Scott About fifteen minutes of coverage landing. The case ace on national television was a coup for DC Coal David's daughter. Casey shared with me a stock of emails that she in DC had exchanged in the mid mid nineteen ninety s and both of them seemed optimistic that the increased exposure would at least shed light on what might have happened. We'll talk more more about that and about DC coal in future episodes still. Casey said she's always kept her hopes. Realistic I just new in my mind I was never gonNA get any resolution to it because it was a government run play Elliott and they don't want information no matter what it is. They don't want it to come out over the past year. We've done a lot more legwork than the unsolved mysteries history crew. No disrespect intended. Rip Robert Stack. But we've spent thousands of hours on this bizarre case we've interviewed experts and witnesses and we've even built a replica of the salt fat. Were the first people outside of law enforcement to inspect the original police files related to the case. We have chased down down every rumor. We've heard and we've done our best to substantiate or eliminate them. It's been taxing project on US mentally because we we frankly knew nothing about uranium when this thing started I really should have paid more attention to science class in high school. Now that I know I know I find ended all kind of terrifying that beautiful land with the deer in the man made ponds was once teeming with chemicals that we knew even then could cause has cancer decades after its closure that land is still too polluted to have houses built on it once word got out in the mid nineteen eighties. That safety was life-threateningly lax at the site. Government officials repeatedly obfuscated or outright lied to cover it up. It took determined residents in sick employees years to get the company and the Department of Energy to own up to the damage it caused and even then they still managed to shirk some responsibility. A lot of workmen's comp claims were denied over the years the plan to end its secrets are one aspect aspect of this season and so we'll talk about all that but our main focus is on a man who on a summer day in Nineteen eighty-four went to work and disappeared at long last. We're going to try to figure out if David box killed himself or was killed by someone else and if he was us why this season on accused I still been. I'd still eh one hundred percent. We always try felt that they should have actually gone after the company. But that's what we all found adults just look like hell. I mean it just looked like what you look down at Hell and there was a big hole in the ground. Don't look like we know. The groundwater was poison. I don't know how much we know about the radiation today. It seems so mundane yet. It seems so even at the same time or potentially so even though there were scientists this pointing to real hard violations of those standards You still thought while they told me that safe. So it safe and I think the interviews about this season go to www dot wondering dot com. Tom Slash plus. That's W O N D E R Y DOT COM slash P L U S to support the creators of accused directly. Go to our patron page. Donors is get bonus content. Dan Daily episodes. That's Patriot dot com slash accused. This is a special project from the Cincinnati Inquirer part of the USA Today network narrated by amber hunt produced by Amanda Rosman engineered by Phil and edited by Amy Wilson Intern Mark Rosenberg provided additional research. Music was composed by Andrew. Higley to look at case documents photos videos and more visit accused podcast dot com as noted. Some audio comes from a living history. Projects in the financial community. Alliance transcript to those interviews are available. 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Bill Cunningham 8-10-20

Bill Cunningham

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Bill Cunningham 8-10-20

"Thomas, not the same thing I've seen it at the Fisher House. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of country for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies Just, having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson. would be there to take care of us. took. So much weight offer shoulders. How can you help Goodra Fisherhouse Dot? Org. Great American. We're blessed the Lebron pond sequential. Times. Rioting looting and the magnificent mile in Chicago fallen up what's happening on? PORTLAND. Has Been a report this morning, that Dan, hoard knows completely about the big ten voting to cancel football. least the fall joining us now is that same Dan Hoard and Dan Hoard multifaceted broadcaster. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and Dan. How are you? Really, I'm glad always an honor and privilege to be yourself according to media accounts the media seldom wrong. The president of the big ten voted twelve to two. Sunday to an all fall sports maybe delayed until the spring. But that's not been approved. Everyone voted Dan except for two which was Iowa Nebraska. First of all, your reaction is a college, sports? Maven. Very. disappointed. I don't know why they felt the need to do this. Now I understand the risks nobody is denying that there have been some disturbing things that have come out last week or two about players that have tested positive and the results that. The viruses had on their bodies, but I still don't understand why the big ten and soon it's probably going to be the PAC twelve. Feel the need to pull the plug right now, I don't get it. Why do you say that? Give me your analysis on one side I read things from national reporter saying it must be done I'm listening this morning to Espn Watch Fox sports, get all the analysis. There's no leadership mark effort. Doesn't have the power, maybe the influence you have five independent conferences. If they don't go together, of course, you can't play against each other constantly. So at this point, why do you think it's a mistake? Let. Me Give my plan for how college football could have gone forward and I suppose still could go forward I mean right now according to the Detroit free press, it's only the big ten that has canceled or postponed all football. So here is the plan that I came up with after thinking about it this morning. Let's postpone the college football season until Saturday October third. What does that do? Well, it gives the nation two months to get our act together and try to get better control of this virus. It gives college football the opportunity to watch the NFL play for three weeks and see how they are handling things, and if they are able to play football safely without a rash of positive tests, you could still have an eight game season leading up to the beginning of beginning of December where you would stay Giora League championships and And then you have the College Football playoff. So why the need to pull the plug right now, let's wait until the beginning of October and see if you can get in a shortfall season and this isn't a climate where according to Bill Gates we have proper therapeutics coming in the next ninety days. There's a vaccine probability by the end of the year, whatever it might be, plus you have a circumstance where in October mid to early October, there's plenty of time October November December January to do what you gotta do. Many said that The PGA would not work that somehow to start the sports, NASCAR allowing fans in without much impact. I look at other sports that are proceeding and some are saying, no, you can't do that. The players feel emboldened I'm reading some stuff on the web about forming a players union that the long and the short of this is that going to be a players union multifaceted, and then you have the issue of what to do with long-term illnesses that might develop, which is always the case. I, mean. All of us like to go swimming, knowing that five hundred Americans. Every year we die and of drownings, we all drive cars knowing the fifty thousand are going to die in car accidents, many smoke cigarettes and pipes and cigars knowing that five hundred, thousand Americans. Every year are going to die tobacco similar addictions, and as a consequence, these are adults on the Dan. The major thing being said now is that their children, but these are eighteen to twenty two year. Year old man who voluntarily will play based upon certain things being agreed to. There's plenty of money in college football to have the insurance policies, the disability, whatever it might be plenty of monies available for that, and so I tend to think it's going to be along the lines of there's too much negative press if we proceed, which is a terrible way to do it, and of course, you see bearcat football will not happen in this climate. Correct. Yeah I mean if if the big ten canceling fall football leagues, everybody else to cancel fall football, then that would obviously be the case of the American. Athletic Conference, which would be awful for you. See I got my sports illustrated of college and pro football preview issue a couple of days ago, and it has cincinnati ranked fifteenth in the country, which would be a best ever preseason ranking for the bearcats in sports illustrated I. Think there are a few things going on right now, I think college football presidents are terrified of lawsuits. I think they are terrified of the worst case scenarios. I mentioned that there have been a couple of players in recent weeks. One at Indiana wanted Houston that tested positive, and then wound up having complications after that, and that's a serious matter, and that's why I'm not necessarily saying that they're going to be able to pull this off. I'm just saying that they don't need to cancel. Now, let's see how the NFL does after three weeks of gains. Let's see. Major League baseball can continue to pull this off. As we look at Major League Baseball I mean you have to look at the Saint Louis? Cardinals right now and wonder if football can pull this off. They've played five games. At the central standings right now, the reds are a half game ahead of the cardinals, the reds are seven nine. The cardinals are two and three. They haven't played a game since July twenty nine, they've got seventeen positive tests. So again, I don't know if college football teams can pull this off I. Don't know if NFL teams can pull this off, but I don't see why on August, the tent. You, have to cancel the college football. During World War Two during great depressions, flood feast, and famine. Normal life continued there's something mother social media criticisms whatever it might be this pandemic is being handled significantly different than other pandemics like fifty, seven, fifty, eight, sixty, eight, nineteen, sixty, nine, one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine, hundred, nineteen, proportionately. Those are much worse than what's happening today, but we live in a different era because the social media and because of the money involved in this thing when do ever get back to normal at some point, don't you say you either have to sign the waiver and play or don't play don't sign the waiver and then what happens how long will it ever be? We go back to normal? You. Know, Willie, I'm going to throw in something specifically for you because you are obviously president trump supporter I don't share your Louisiana's as for president trump, but in any case. I could see how he could have used this opportunity to help his reelection campaign. If he were to lead a drive to save college football by wearing masks, doing whatever necessary to you know control the the spread of the virus. Think about the swing states involved. You'd think Michigan voters. Want. Michigan. Michigan State Way. Voters Ohio State, and you see to play. Yes. You think Wisconsin voters want to see the badgers action. How about Florida Daters, seminoles, UCF USF CETERA. This could have been a golden opportunity to get out there in front of college football fans and try to save the season right now, and in Ohio Michigan Kentucky. Masks. Are Required and Those are state health orders and I most people know what we're told by the experts if you wear a mask and socially distant, that is the. The same as a shutdown as far as the common result, which is fewer infections and yesterday in the state of, Ohio, there was one death from covid nineteen out about twelve million ohioans. Obviously, things are going and trending in the right direction. So whatever it takes the great. American. I wear a mask. I socially distant I follow the rules, anybody could get sick I get sick with this. You get sick with this, and the issue is, how do we live with instead of like surrender to? To it, and so of course, it's become political today because everything gets political in today's world. But in in reality, the states covered by the big ten Pennsylvania is in largely shutdown with mask requirements. Michigan is shutdown with land mask. Requirements Ohio is moderately open with mass requirements. Kentucky is masked required Illinois is mass required Minnesota. Wisconsin mass required. Most of the big ten is covered except Iowa and Nebraska does not have mass requirements because they have so so few cases and so at the end. End of the day, if the big ten does according to media accounts this morning and last night shutdown that will shut down college football although the rock tells me rocky boy man down his sources in the in the ACC. Say they're gonNA play. Now, the issue is, who do you play now? If they could play, can one conference play I guess ACC must have about fourteen schools, Notre Dame's GonNa, join the ACC play by itself or the SEC play by itself without the big ten. Make it absolutely play by themselves. They've already by and large announced conference only schedules or conference only one extra game schedule. So they could definitely do that. Now I've got different Intel from Rocky Mike People. Tell me that the ACC is likely to cancel and that your best job right now, if you rooting for college football is for the SEC to try to push to. To continue to play, maybe the big twelve would follow if the SEC did and who knows maybe the American. Athletic. Conference would knowing that they would have the opportunity of of getting a lot more eyeballs and a lot more attention. If the Big Ten, PAC twelve in the ACC don't play, but you could absolutely do that, and again that gets back to my suggestion. Anybody import is listening to me, but if you started in early October with two months to try to get better control of the virus, three weeks of watching the NFL to see how that goes. You could have eight conference games for any conference that wants to play and a League Championship. Works for at least it gives you time to see if it works. Maybe it won't. But again, pulling the plug today makes no sense to me. Now, lastly, I have this statistics last night from the WHO and the CDC about death rates in Texas and Florida Texas and Florida. You would have to agree among the two states that care deeply about college football. Texas? And Florida. Texas has as this is over the last seven months, eight, thousand, six, hundred deaths out of a population of thirty million. That is well under one hundredth of one percent in Florida has eight, thousand, one, hundred, eighty, six deaths. That's well under one hundredth of one percent of those living in Texas and Florida and the average age in Texas of those who die is seventy four, the average agent Florida is seventy eight. So if you're dealing with something which. Talapity. Rate of under one hundred of one percent, and there's few if any persons under the age of thirty in either state that have died a covert nineteen few if any, how much of a crisis isn't? Well. That just a death. So we're talking about young athletes and I mentioned those guys that last week or two of wound up having complications and serious complications after testing positive nobody wants to see that and I think for a lot of US willy. Until it happens to somebody that you know personally or you love and care about, it doesn't seem to be that they deal and I lost a friend a couple of weeks ago. Sixty two years old in good health passed away from this, that really made it real to me. So I don't want to minimize the seriousness seriousness of of this at all, but I m saying would that we still have some time to try to figure out. Out If, we can make this work and I do agree with some people that suggested the college football players might be safer trying to play. Then cancelling the season, they would be tested regularly, they would be under total supervision by the medical team by their coaches. There would be peer pressure to follow all the guidelines to try to prevent the spread. None of that's going to happen or at least very little about is going to happen if they don't play. So I would prefer that they continue to go forward in the hopes of having a season, but it sure seems like that's falling on deaf ears. Well, some of the leaders of college football if there are such things who are. Are the players are saying look? We'd rather stay in a supervised environment. Then go to the winds. We're not gonNA live in our closets and bubble wrap. What's going to happen is we're gonNA live our lives and we're going to do things away from football, which are probably putting putting us more at risk than if we were part of the football, some Alabama and some clemson players have said, look, we're safer inside the football program then outside living our lives and doing whatever we're going to do, and so i. i the quarterback. Lawrence of the Trevor Lawrence of Clemson said Look I WANNA play football I'm safer inside the Clemson football family than I am outside because we see some of. Of these pool parties and other irresponsible behaviors committed by nineteen and twenty year olds all the time most of them Dan. I. Don't know if you know a lot of nineteen twenty year olds. But you know my my grandchildren are almost that age and they're despite my protestations, they act like it's no big deal. They say what the Hell and they. They don't buy into it at all and every time. There's some video of a twenty something having a House party with fifty of her closest friends running around without masks and not socially distancing I. Think you had to take Trevor Lawrence at face value, which is two football teams are better inside than outside. Is that a good point? I do think there would be peer pressure among football players to more responsibly. If there are games being played and practices taking place and the season still on the schedule I do agree with that aspect of it. Absolutely. Lastly, Dan, Hoard, talk briefly about your Cincinnati. Reds once again, the relief. The worst in all of baseball they're giving. I think twenty-five inning something like twenty runs on what the era is, but it's in the double digits. The team will go as far. We thought the hitting would be great. The Moose's playing send. Zell was fragile. He's like a humble and keeps breaking down. The starting pitching. But, the relief course stinks Gimme your analysis. Figuring I did not expect to hear that comparison for Nixon John. He could be back tomorrow by the way. So let's hope so well, here are your stats Willie. The red starting pitchers so far this year through sixteen game seven earned run average of two point, five, eight spectacular starting pitching. It's been great the relief pitchers on the other hand, forty, two earned runs in forty eight and two third innings of that computes to an era of seven point, seven seven. So in the book of revelations, the sign of the East is six, six six so far through sixteen games. A sign of the beast in the reds bullpen has been seven, seven seven. Well, it'll go as far out bullpen because the bullpen stinks, but Dan Horta will reporting your ideas into the author. Let's see if someone latches on to me, it makes perfect sense to wait. The first part of October's what two months away God knows I don't know what's GonNa Happen Tonight with riots pesters floods Baltimore blowing up. I'm looking at what's happening in the world chaos reigns Supreme College football would be normal bringing us together in a sense now that likely has gone, we'll see what happens Dan Hoard. Thank you for coming on the bill. Cunningham show may God, bless you and God bless America. Willie. Thanks, Buddy. Dan. Horrid most continue with more your thoughts. If any five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, pound. Just pound on seven, hundred wwl, Tomio? Let's give Casey. Rich and royals we'd up in two years. Her an epic, Queen. City showdown stocking. Opposite Bill Tomorrow at five on seven hundred wwl delegates barring at all the home of the Cincinnati reds. Alluding in downtown Chicago Portland is basically Ablaze College Football May Not Happen Rocky your name views by Dan Hoard about fifteen minutes ago. What did you say about me? Well, I referenced the fact that There was an indication from the Rock I. Don't mean Johnson, I mean, boy man that the ACC was going to play and he said I don't think they're gonNA play if the big ten done play and I I, don't think they're gonNA, play and could you see the big twelve according to Brian comes the big twelve is going to be with the big ten PAC ten is like. Twelve lose left-wing liberals the ten, twelve, fourteen, or sixteen, Twelve, twelve at this point. They're not gonNA play. So could we have a situation where the ACC the? And the SEC play and nobody else. In. An Alternative Universe we're living in now. Yes. Anything is possible right now in the SEC is going to go down absolutely swain, they're not going to give up their seasons. There's all those college town had been all of them they are. So existence depends upon playing football, and so what happens I guess today or tomorrow, but the the Dan Hoard approaches to wait 'til start playing games to first week October to see what happens the next two months and I. I, think it has reason we can wait a little bit longer. But at some point either got player, you don't play and I don't see what put off to the spring. That's there's so many unintended consequences. Explain what happens in College Football Notre. Dame, Big Ten Ohio, State Kentucky, play in the spring. What does that first volume asking kids to play between twenty two and twenty eight games in one calendar year. NFL guys can do that, but still more than NFL schedule, right, and then they're going to go from March to. June, June, and then take a month off and start getting ready for August ain't going to happen. Ain't gonNA happen. You're also going to have a lot of kids look every college kid thinks they're going to play in the NFL, right? So all those kids are now going to be in the spring, they're gonNA say well, I'm just GONNA train Maga. Why. A lot of other kids are putting out the risk out there? Why should I just going to train harm work hard and try to make a shot at the NFL? A lot of them aren't going to the first five rounds. NFL, there's. One hundred sixty players taken in the first five rounds, and in college football, there's several thousand. So a very small percentage ever make it and they're thinking trump how `bout, Trevor Lawrence? The Star quarterback of your Clemson Tigers. He's done. National title. Don't lose last year wants to come back is he gonNA play football for March April and May when he's getting ready to make one, hundred, million dollars no shot now just in fields that Ohio state. If I'm not mistaken, he has one. He starts to play one more year in order to be eligible for the NFL. Right? So what happens does he now transfer to an SEC school? Does he go back to Georgia where he originally was? Season does he soon and say wait a minute I'm ready to ply. Then we'll let me play right must like Major. League baseball discounts when he would. He would certainly because he's he tweeted out the HASHTAG WE WANNA play. Let us play all that sort of thing. He's GonNa, make a case of look. I did everything in my power to make this season hurting I prepared. I follow. The guidelines were the mask. I did all that BS and you're my school was telling me that I can't play there. For discounts and say. Okay, you can go because they're not going to get litigation with a twenty year. Old wants to play them. We'll let them play and make it make it look as if that doesn't count. It's gotTA count. And so we're right now rock. Where the hell let me hey us in any industry. Any thing? That's worth something. Is there such a thing? As a one hundred percent now environment never. Isn't when Dan Hoard is talking about the risks. I know the risk of me driving a car, an interstate highway, there's going to be fifty thousand Americans. Are GonNa die this year and five, hundred, thousand injured. But I drive a car. I know friends of mine that smoke cigars and cigarettes the risk of them dying. It's five, hundred, thousand Americans. Die Every year of tobacco addiction. Now, they still smoke, right? We're going to say in antibody Bashir get rid of all the tobacco fields, get rid of all the Bourbon get rid of all the Scotch because too many people dive the answer. Okay. Get rid of it. We'll look at it this way every couple years, there's a high school athlete that you know sadly falls down from heat exhaustion and dice right during summer. Summer camp, it usually happens every couple of years. Couple dozen. Do they do they canceled football because that? No, you say look maybe there's something we can learn about hydration or something like this, but we don't cancel it because how many hundreds of thousands of athletes and tens of millions over the years have benefited from this thing called football, you're just cancelled. Surrendering. And, columnist are saying nationally locally. It's time to cancel his stop charade. What's the charade and the idea is our children when you played at Notre Dame when you were nineteen, twenty, twenty, one, you're a man in every sense where you can do what you WanNa do. If you WANNA play play you don't WanNa play don't play here. The rules you gotta follow. Follow, you don't want to follow the rose play and then see what happens. Most players would say I'm playing I'm playing I value being on a team as a once in a lifetime opportunity that I get to play for say Ohio State and be a part of something special. Maybe win a national title I. Know My Risk Maybe go on played the NFL. But players NFL players in high state that play for four years have a lifetime setup if they don't go to the. NFL. Even UC UC Berkeley Basketball football players continue to have a life and identity because of their connection to UC which is washed away. So these adults are making decisions for the best reasons applauded by the media when I watched Fox sports or your friends and ESPN this morning, there are all gun Ho, no leadership Marc Emmers gotta go. We don't have anybody in charge, they can't play somebody. Somebody might get sick hell. Somebody might die. We can have that and I'm looking I'm thinking wait a minute. If that's the standard drain ever swimming pool in the country six, hundred kids drown every year, but we know the risk and we say you, WanNa. Go not a little. MIAMI. Has Accidents Ever? Oh, I'm I'm in Loveland a couple of weeks ago and I'm looking at all these people swimming a little Miami. Isn't that dangerous? Shouldn't we bar swimming because of the drownings and again the point was somehow we? Got The mindset of the point of life is to just exist the point of life is to live right and then often means taking a few calculated risks to the point of. Hey. At the end of my days I'm GonNa have some stories. I'm going to have some experiences that I can share none of those experiences are story worth hearing. The didn't involve some element of danger a risk, right? Right, cover Lawrence gave an interview. He's The star. quarterback of I'm sure number one pick in the NFL dress. He says were put. We WanNA play. He got the tame twelve or fifteen more infected none. seriously. Non Hospital is we got over it. We got the antibodies good to go we WANNA play. I'M GONNA adult. He made the point that if I'm not part right now of Clemson football. I'M NOT GONNA evaporate I'm not gonNA live in a closet with bubble wrap I'M GONNA, go out into the community. I'M GONNA. Do Things. I probably shouldn't do. I'LL BE UNSTRUCTURED I won't be tested and he's talking for mainly other players. Some Trevor Lawson, lawrence could make millions of dollars immediately if he wanted to. But the other players, WANNA play because it's part of the greater enterprise. During war, two when six hundred thousand American soldiers died over four years, we play football in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine, hundred, nineteen, Spanish. Flu Two, point. Two, million, Americans, died. Did we play? College, Football. How about fifty, seven, fifty, eight, one, hundred, and eleven. Thousand Americans died of the Asian flu. Did anyone say shutdown Ohio state football, sixty, eight, sixty, nine, one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, high state, win the national title, some sixty sixty nine. One hundred hundred fifteen thousand Americans die of the Hong Kong flu. Did. We play college football businesses, stay open the interstate, the heartbeat of America's interstate highway home did that continue? So what's happening today that everyone is saying, we can't do anything we're afraid. Of these presidents are soft and they're worried about being blamed for this or worried about the image of some kid on their team and their athletic department. In a hospital on a ventilator, and they're going to say it was you because we played that you are the cause of this and. You've got to be real in that. Look. There's going to be out wire cases out there in Trevor Lawrence made the same point I've been making for months, which is we're not thinking about the unintended consequences. Where's the player safer? It's on campus with the structure of a coach saying, Hey, make sure you're working out making sure you're wearing the mask, make sure your business and making sure you're only as versus. At home or just left to do whatever they wanna do often living with grandparents, parents, people that are more susceptible. You've seen the videos of young folks getting together. I spoke to a college president locally must go unnamed said, our students are much safer on campus. I worried him off campus. But on campus, we have protocols procedural, t million dollars, worth of right here. For, those who advocate don't play football those kids. are going to going to drop out. But, they're certainly not going to just go home and say you know what? I'm just going to hold up in my room here until maybe march. What are they GONNA? Do we're going to go out and they're GONNA party and they're going to go back to some of these cities that are under mass chaos and get involved in that whole mess to unintended consequences. All the other things you gotta think about are not being thought about by these presidents in my opinion, why is it social? Fear feel censure lawyer suits. Yes. That's what it is. Instead, it's going to take someone that's going to say we're not gonNA. We're not gonNA cave over this, you're gonNA take a core. You'RE GONNA take us to court, but we got a responsibility to be leaders of these people young men and women, and we're GONNA go forward. Let's take. Alabama I have the stats here from last night the. These are the death rates in Alabama and I, have to go way down the list of Fine Alabama, which is a hotbed of college football. And Alabama. And the typical flu season, there's about one thousand deaths on average in Alabama state. Of Alabama with covert nineteen. It's one, thousand, seven, hundred and sixty, eight, the fatality rate per one. Hundred, thousand Alabama is thirty-six. Every J.J is seventy, four, thirty, six out of one, hundred thousand and of that thirty six over half her incongruous setting. So in the general population, it's about. Eighteen per one, hundred, thousand and I guarantee you in Alabama. They're not part of the College Football Program, those eighteen where you're tested taken care of the right new nutrition speeches are given how to perform and we're gonNA take care of you. If you get sick, you gotta dorm over there. The best medical care few in the world and so those who say. They're telling me Alabama. Kids. Leave school beyond your own unprotected, unwarranted unmonitored, and it guess what? That's the better approach. How can somebody look at this objectively and say, that's what we WANNA. Do Right there. Fear comes back to fear that they don't want to be the person who. Gets blamed for this whole thing. That's not leadership. Alabama. Incredible. If you go to about Texas is that a hotbed of college football, Texas you could say so Texas. Per One, hundred, thousand, twenty, nine per one, hundred, thousand of the twenty, nine per one, hundred, thousand. Fifteen or a nursing homes that means fourteen of every one, hundred thousand Texans dive covert, nine, hundred, and fourteen of one, hundred, thousand. Well, they part of the Texas am football program while you're tested and monitored and temperatures taken proper nutrition in a congregate environment inside Nestle not. So now, the college president's going to say Texas an SEC, they haven't decided. You go home. Don't go to school and we'll see in six months. What how does? Trying, to find a way to make sense out of this, and it doesn't other than that. They're reacting to the fear. They don't want to be the person to put their signature on to put their stamp on. That's not called leery about this one. Fifty, five and under in the country fifty-five under there's been just eleven thousand three hundred deaths from covid during the from February first to now during that same time period. Fifty five, hundred, one, hundred, ninety, thousand deaths from a variety of other things, accidents, accents whatever drowning. This is you know. Five and under eleven thousand and country of three, hundred, twenty, seven, million people I those come morbidity. Many many most we're dealing with the problem. This big that we made into this big because of social media politics and May Dan, horrid brought up the trump name which I wasn't gonNA. Bring it up with Dan. But he brought it up and I'll say this is there an effort for the next ninety days to make sure the countries in total chaos and meltdown until Joe Biden is elected once he's elected. GotTa get back to. Do this. Bad We got the therapeutics we got HD was working. We got. drowsy core. Quinn. And that life has vaccines around the corner. It'd be available said yesterday on CNN Bill Gates said Look and the next ninety days we're going to have really good therapeutics. We're going to have successful stage three trials, and by the end of the year, we're going to be over this thing. and. So we don't take that approach. We don't say we're getting close to the end. Therefore, let's protect those that are vulnerable and everyone else we're gonNA. We're not tested here. Are you tested? No. We have protocols a little bit wear masks, all the number ones that are out there. But. But if you're at UC basketball or football program, you are part of an organization bigger than yourself and they will take care of you. I could even see it if there was a decent amount of college age kids that were getting very very sick. But they're not these are positive cases. I've not heard of one actually been one case, Brady. Fini. He's an incoming freshman, Indiana. According to his mom on facebook. He got covert, and then because of that has some lung issues. Now have some heart issues, how it happens is the reality that there? Yeah. But that's one outside of that. All the cases have been largely a symptomatic. So, what do we do rock? I've said it from the beginning I. Think you've gotTa take care of the gotta be safe. Do everything within humanly rationally possible to do that. But then you got to plow through. Life headline on ESPN now players in college? WanNa. Revenue Split to play. This is about Kobe. Not. No, it's. It's about a revenue split that will see that was part of the pack, twelve list of demands. In thirty days, they wanted to fundamentally restructure the financial situation of college football in thirty days, but I thought it was about covert like the Teacher's Union in La. We're not gonNA teach until you open up the border, provide more open Medicare. Let's face. It can't let a crisis go to waste February March April did cops go to work? Yes. How about firefighters? How `Bout Bags Kroger Central? How about drive through window individuals at McDonalds? I love they said look I'm bucking it up I'm. GonNa to go I guess. Essential. Then teachers don't matter right. How about nurses respiratory therapists early, how about doctors today say I know the risk I'm going to work because it's for America I'm working how about Teachers Act I don't want to work. It's too dangerous. I'm scared. While he's the do it. There's ways to do it. Canceling is is not the right answer. My opinion, let's continue. We have thousands on hold millions or listening will accept your calls. Now, we've got Jay and Centerville the home of the Elks Adamant Indie Jeff in Cincinnati and many more. We have three lines open. If you call now seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, and a two o'clock. Today I'm scheduled I have on Stephen Miller from the white. House. 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It's about liability colleges do not want to see your fellow lawyers lining up to collect money. Well, let's get your reaction to that. There's risks in life constantly. and. We simply mitigate the risk and live life not prepare for death. Continue with bill and Franken Jim and Adam, any other seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, Bill Cunningham home of your reds that are slumping on newsradio seven, hundred. WWL. Over Cincinnati. Let's you and I get after it. So many issues. Really. So little time. We have the gentleman trial is underway with Ted. McKay in northern Kentucky Judge Gentry. I've known many female judges in my time. In fact, I have slept with one for for decades. And the idea of liquor bottles and beer cans and a party atmosphere in a courtroom. Exchanging sexual favors with male and female employees in exchange for campaign contributions and rulings despicable, and this is unique. It's happened one time I think in the whole country judge Gentry and a why she's putting her family by the way her Her husband is also a judge. Judge, a judge, Don Gentry's got issues series issues. And According to hearing the has to be a hearing. And she denies there were sexual quid pro quos, but she does say that maybe her at times. Her courtroom got out. Of Control. She took the stand Monday morning to defend herself against the twelve judicial misconduct charges, and she said that her gentry said, she brought her Acoustic Bass Guitar into the office one time. UNA question. She did admit they were beer cans and liquor bottles in her chambers. Bringing bringing in Qatar. This is something totally alien to anything don't anticipate. This is like regular behavior. She was asked whether. That created sort of a party atmosphere judged on gentry. said quote, it could reasonably be perceived as that. She admits violating campaign laws and asking. People. She appointed to boards to campaign for her but she denies some of the more salacious allegations including trading sex sex and more sex for favorable rulings. And this judge is thirty, nine years old female appoint and I think in Kentucky once you get appointed. Basically, is it and way we go. But we have so many issues and so little time and I want to go to Tom and then J. Adam because we've got so many great callers coming up and I'm going to be with you to at least two o'clock today after two o'clock. The White House indicates that someone may call in after two o'clock, and if that happens, we'll take a call from the White House, other than that many issues, very little time Tom and Northern Kentucky the home of Rob Sanders and Tom Gimme a full report. this happened to me, Friday. But I I agree with everything you said, but I think they're very Good. Point. Because People on death. I almost got hit by that car. Nine tenths of a mile after what before he killed those people at says mom. So I. Guess stopped at the Light. I won't tell you the employees or I was working for my want me to, but it was a courtesy car. So I would have been too bad diet his eyes, but he hero in law enforcement being a former law enforcement officer. So my point is this. Here's doing people sitting in a restaurant eating, they get killed by this. You know what also. As concern grew after reading the inquire I, don't. Well, maybe the police would like to know what happened to me as a material witness and you being a lawyer, you would understand that. So who to call, I, call with Newport place, they switched being over Cincinnati, and then I went through grew accuracy of trying to get a hold of the person that's investigating after being on the phone for fifteen minutes. I said, here's my number, call me as of yet. They have not called me back. So I understand where citizens are upset with the police department because of that. Well the the other issue, Tom. I have a great. Officers tell me they will not engage in high speed pursuits. Maybe if you're chasing a presidential assassin something of character, but you have to weigh the risks of the pop up against the value of arresting somebody and are being told someone's whispered in my ear a few hours ago that the person involved in this is one on international drug trading charges. There are indictments pending against him that this was a person who was trafficking methamphetamine in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati, and that when the police began this thing, they also believed he had a semiautomatic rifles AK47's in the car, and when I started hearing about international drug trade career criminal iconic say okay maybe you gotta chase him but one it becomes obvious you're going eighty to ninety miles an hour in Newport and Covington and and Price Hill. It's time to stop because there's a good chance. There's about six hundred civilians who die every year on high-speed police chases that have nothing to do with the criminal being pursued and those two American sitting there outside of a bar restaurant having a coffee. Should not have been killed by this drug dealer that the police were chasing. You can catch him later on. So on one side of the one side of the table, I can say, well, they should have been chasing him. Then I hear about, AK forty seven drug dealer. Multiple investigations importing death in our community I of say, maybe they should have done it. Maybe they shouldn't have done it. I know at the end of the day, there's two people that are dead. They got the death penalty from this guy and whether it's Hamilton county or Campbell. County, I think I think Michelle snodgrass is the prosecutor in in Campbell County and that they have to. There's going to be a meeting held in the middle of this week between law enforcement and Cincinnati Campbell County New Port and Hamilton County Cincinnati to decide what happened. Did it have to occur and then this guy driving the car is going to face near murder charges because he started the process that resulted in the death of those people that scumbag is GonNa go to prison for the rest of his life, but still people are on one other point, Willy. Don't quote me on this five by the police. network that this joker already killed somebody in a vehicle accident. I don't know name. I don't know if that's true or not. But. So, you know our justice. I have to decide whether to try him in Hamilton County jurisdiction in Hamilton, county, and in Campbell County. SNODGRASS gotta get with Joe Eaters and say, and really he committed crimes in both areas, different crimes, and so probably they're going to do both. But the most serious crime is in Newport. So to me, that's where it should be held. You lawyer, he killed two people. Newport should be held in the state of Great. Sake absolutely. Does that does Campbell? County have a good? Good. Result on these cases I would think so I don't think joe debtors has ever lost a a murder case. That he tried himself, but on the other hand, but there were crimes committed a serious crime was committed in Campbell County, but you can also try them in Hamilton County because it was a long process that began, but they could try them and Campbell County get a lengthy sentence and then try him again in Hamlin county on different offenses and stack. Them. Which means never coming out and in relation to the police pursuit. When I got back to the facility, I told the guy what happened not knowing. This was gonNA happen. I, said you know Blah Blah Blah. So I said it had to be a serious crime because as I say please now I've been retired for twenty year, but anyway, the place would not have pursued him across that river and life was really really serious. The original reporting was it was like a traffic violation and that is not the case. Well that if it says the traffic that leads to a traffic. By quickly. A new to gate and others and chief Isaac made the decision. Okay. This guy. needs to be pursued, and when you read the CPT policy on pursuits, it has to take into account the value of the arrest as compared to the potential injury to general public. In this case, was a disaster for those two people and also to that were injured I. It's. Was Somehow Tom, a death penalty for that guy, he should get the death penalty because what I did start a process that killed two innocent people in Campbell county absolutely lead the charge. Well, I, think right now by the end of the week is going to be a more announcements made I was given a tip about what was going to happen, but it's going to be by the end of the week. There's going to be a multi-state indictment of this guy and he he will never again, and by the way he spent years in prison already, this guy would never get out of jail. So but also. We'll state season ticket holder, save your basketball though our hearts are broken. So you know what do I do this beside well. You're. Led to believe that Xavier Basketball is gonNA start in January and I'm led to believe that you see bearcat basketball is going to start in January I'm led to believe by K. U. source that N. K. U. Basketball is gonNA. Start in January. Now, according to Bill Gates the richest guy in the world. Maybe he says within six months, we're going to have this thing whip. I said, okay. I hope so. I hope thanks for it. Thanks for taking my call I. Hope. I. Made Sense to you. You made you made rare sense is one of my colleagues. Quite. Thanks. Go to. Franken Cincinnati and then we'll go J. Atom Manetti and Franko. Head. Just. Calling about There was a president. I forget who it was said fear is the fear itself. That's FDR back in nineteen, thirty, three, Dallas March. Fourth Nineteen. Thirty three. And I'm with the bikers and stars two, hundred and fifty thousand strong. No mass enjoying the. Outdoors and having a good time, that's what we need to do in this country over everything back up and let it happen. Frank. Are you there now? No I'm not. I'm working. I guess on last night who brought up the idea that the media finds no problem with hundreds of thousands protesting rioting knocking out windows as long as your calls is when the media agrees with, which is social justice, whatever the hell. That is now on the other hand, if you WANNA go to a basketball game. Or, football game or go to church or open your business and go to. sturgis. Then the media comes down in your hard I have the statistics here on South Dakota, which is where sturgis is located also were mount, Rushmore? Located in. South, Dakota. There's one hundred sixty I'm sorry there sixteen deaths per one, hundred, thousand sixteen per one, hundred, thousand, the majority in nursing home. So in the general population, it's eight out of one hundred thousand. The confirmed case fatality rate for those who've taken the test and died is one point five percent in the average year. In South Dakota. There's one hundred, forty, three deaths of the. The seasonal flu, this has one, hundred, forty, six deaths. So it's about the same and you live your life, the way you WanNa at taking known risks and trying to mitigate against them, or you live a boring dull life in a closet somewhere wrapped in bubble wrap and to my way of thinking, I, can't believe this generation of Americans has responded to this pandemic. Fundamentally, differently than other Americans have responded to other pandemics much less ward wars feast and famine in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, you know frank that one a long time ago. What about fifty? Two years ago? We had something called the Hong Kong flu in which one? Hundred Sixteen thousand Americans died in today's numbers that'd be. Be About. Three, hundred, thousand dead football was played. People want to work people went to mass people, live their lives. I was in College Xavier. If I kind of vaguely recall being told us a tough strain of the flu going around be careful, but people live their lives and guess what in today's world because of Cable News and social media we collapse. In pity, living in the dark fed crops sucking on our blankie and I, don't get it man, you know what the risk star frank with. Frank Juice. Skydive, knowing that a few people every year die, would you jump into a pool a Laker upon knowing five hundred Americans drowned do drive your car knowing fifty thousand Americans. Die Of automobile accidents. Do you smoke a cigar? A pipe, a cigarette, a cigarette. Maybe you smoke a little marijuana knowing that five hundred, thousand, Americans die every year of tobacco use you probably do some of those things that are a bit risky and so live your life, and then the numbers are well under one hundred of one percent have died a covert nineteen in Ohio Kentucky and Indiana under one hundredth of one percent. Now, if you're one of the one, hundred, th of one percent dying. That's not good. But for the rest of us, take some risk, I wear a mask I socially separate, I play golf. I have joined my life and I wanNA, Watch, football, and if I want to take the risk to play the game or watch the game that's on me, we we should have the opportunity to live our lives well. I smoked two packs of cigarettes a day. I. Got COPD. I work every day I. don't take off. I worked through the whole. What is I started? No temperature no nothing after two half. My employees because we say, Hey, we gotta take your tents for you come in and when you want to help them. None Frank. You live your life. The way you WanNa live at I, live my life differently than you and you live your life differently than me. But each of us have freedom deliver lives. The way we want to live knowing what the risks are, and if a young man, these aren't kids. These are adults if nineteen, twenty, twenty, two, twenty, three year, old kids. Kids WanNA play football, and if you want to go watch him play football knowing what the risks are live your life, and then someone else can live their life. You do things. I wouldn't do and I do things you wouldn't do. But government and social media wants all of us to conform to the progressive liberal way of life and you see what that gets. GETS US in Chicago with the looting or in Portland. Most of us would not live in a blue city in a blue state because the taxes are high, the public schools stink and looting and rioting happenings all the time here in Cincinnati. We went through three or four or five days of looting and rioting, and now over ot are I was there again this. This weekend looks like tumbleweed could go down vine. Street and so people live their lives, the way they wanna live it, and I want to keep a low profile and frank. Thanks for your call I'm done talking with you. Let's continue. Let's go to J and Centerville Elks Adam and Annapolis Jane Centerville home. The elks. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show Jay. Go ahead. Okay well, we've talked a long time ago when I was still living in Portland, I moved back here to escape all the. Craziness going on back. there. I wanted point out to your listeners that. The national news missing one really critical piece about the riots in Seattle. PORTLAND. Those things are not longer just happening in downtown, they're happening and. Not. Quite, the suburban areas, but the outlying residential areas outside of downtown. So they're slowly moving outside of the downtown core and it's getting really dangerous over the weekend in Portland. they attempted to send an apartment building on fire and threatened the people that lived in the building, looking out their windows. So it's getting really out of control, well, well in in Seattle, there was an occasion where police are inside of a precinct house yet, and it was set on fire. Trying to burn alive police officers. Now, that's not well covered by the media because it doesn't fit their bias. But in reality in Cincinnati, you might recall that we had black lives matter protesters and others go out to Bethel Bethel and the middle of Clermont County. They went out to Westchester to make individuals living in the suburbs feel uncomfortable. What's up with that? Can you imagine if a pro gun group sponsored by the NRA head engaged in the same behavior in Portland that these left wing radicals engaged in the media would cover completely differently. What happened Chicago yesterday was Louis Vuitton purses were stolen. Pharmacies were looted to best buys reloaded walgreens relocated because that's where the drugs are, and because he's social media, these gangs and say, okay, I'll hit the CVS and you hit the wall the Walmart or Walgreens, and then they can talk I'll go to best buy to Louis Vitton and how society functions and these dark blue areas of our countries beyond me. You need prosecutors who will prosecute you need judges who will sentence and you need mayors backing up. Up The police and these cities that doesn't happen. People are moving up because they can't take no, and that's part of the reason we moved back here I grew up here and wanted to get away from the stuff when occupy I started. But if you if you look at the media coverage that they were covering the riots really well in Portland when the feds were guarding the courthouse, the Federal Court House downtown, but as soon as they pulled out. They stopped covering it because it didn't fit the narrative. They were saying federal officers were causing the violence. On. Laugh so Same. Thing as saying money in the bank causes it to be Rod. Yeah. Right yeah right. Attractive woman ought to be raped because she's gorgeous. That's kind of the attitude of the mainstream media. In other words, the victim brought it on. That's a bunch of crap. Now. Let's continue with more way of Adam, Manetti and vents in your reaction five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, and we have a supposedly a call from the white, house coming in from one of his policy advisers to five. 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What I'm doing half went to kings island apparently and other went to the city I. Don't know about home watching TV judge Gentry oh boy. So she did not have a sexual relationship with Stephen Penrose gentry's former. Pastor. Employees bandmate alleged sexual partner, Penrose Rose Reverend Ben rose retired from Kent County Family Court after the commission's investigation became public. She went on to testify this morning, the commission, claims Gentry, fired employee credit job for Minister Penrose, her sexual partner. Then the pair allegedly engaged in sexual activity in the courthouse, with Gentry, secretary and a threesome name Laura Aubrey. And asked an attorney female to join the threesome. Employees testified under oath. They heard moaning and grunting from Penn Roses. Office. Gentry says, she wasn't in the office when the grunting was taking place, but it could have been clearing her throat. Judged entry admitted check for Cova. Nineteen. Century. Admitted that penrose her employees and former. Reverend. Her nude photos, she kept in a hidden folder on her phone. This included Selfie Penrose, the minister three pictures of a penis not yet identified. Pictures of a motorcycle shirt that said I don't ride my own bike, but I do ride my own biker and pictures of female genitalia. Gentry said, yes. There are photos of my genitalia however. It was a photo that I took of myself. I said to my aunt, who's a nurse asking about large android. I. Is Not. Down Your Alley, I would love to. visit. The. Heck with everything else. This is it. GENTRY's own attorney Jeffrey Lawson. I don't know billy said Gentry was conscientious who did blur lines to? Blur the lines between. Work and pleasure she had aligned that she sometimes jumped over according to her own attorney. That's because she brought a guitar to chambers, liquor bottles and beer cans are everywhere listen the liquor bottles and beer cans seem like the least of her problems right now. If. She was up on. If she brought her guitar, maybe the defendant wanted you know, maybe she was taken requests. The misconduct charges accused judge entry of using sex coercion in retaliation is tools and are judge him. That's. Really Pala stuff. But she makes hundred, thirty, six, thousand dollars a year. But the pictures of her genitals was for medical purposes. Rachel. Your reaction. That's a lot of information to disclose are going to be on the. On the block. Pictures on the? Blame. GonNa. Get. This on the blog, but if I could. This was a medical issue, strict medical. Adult. Someone embarrassing offered a deal allegedly simply to resign. She won't resign. He said, no. No. No. I will not resign blurred the line at times between my official and my pleasure seeking activities. That was a good song blurred lines. Maybe that's playing, maybe she's playing that on her guitar. That would be lovely acoustic. I. Think. Yes, you know. Once. I got in trouble for that. You know what we have if we have a judge. Song. Because we got a theme song for TNT. We got a theme song for Stephen Adams, stop by the man called the man we got. You know. I. Got my bad to the bone. You're bad. Guys you on ESPN in the morning. That's correct. Rachel. What is your theme song? We gotta get. You walk up music. Delta. Don. That's a flower you got on along with the hemorrhoids shot to my aunt, what any woman send a hemorrhoids photo to her aunt that somehow got into the hands of her lover by mistake, listen none of the women. I. Personally would do that. But you know I was forty two I got. I like to that. I You know hang out with a crowd that carries themselves in a particular way. Not Everybody does that. So maybe judge is not of that of that cut. Bush forty, three, I love Bush to at times. Thank you. How. Do you take a picture of your own Hammer I? I Don, that's what I wanted. Some flex. Thank you very much. She must be a ballerina to. Well, allegedly the Reverend Penn rose. To drop the trout and find out. But. allegedly, photos in the judges phone of the Reverend became an employee of three pictures of a penis, and he's not admitting or denying it was his penis in her phone. But we need evidence. I'm sure you'll find out. Here's the thing. I. Feel like the only way that you can clear this up by talking to judge Gentry Yourself Bingo she needs to. Talk to the woman herself. All. False accusation. How Serious The photos, the picks, what do you do with you have? Not Age and I. Shopped the one photo that she said was for medical purposes. What about the threesome and the foursome they female attorneys that had favorable rulings based upon, she's already denied though scrutinize him and then. You need to get the lady on. Let's get her name. And bring some pictures too, and I you know densify now, Sega faster just. By yourself if you believe in. What would you do? This bill. Clinton did what? Bill Clinton Jennifer flowers deal. We want to see what you got dropped the trial and he wouldn't do it. The president would not drop the trial. Would you? depends. Will, yeah. The stooge report is a proud service, every local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers temps. Feel, Beautiful Milford. Call Baker Heating at eight, three, one, fifty, one, twenty, four. Violating campaign laws and asking employees. To assist her in the campaign that happens all the time I get that. But She had employees fired to hire lovers, and then also at three ways in four ways, five ways and six ways and talking about skyline. Now, where does this minister preach again goes? Yeah. That's GonNa be an interesting congregation. He's heading up. That's for sure. Don't say head please continue. After. A The reds are off today, willy a six game homestand commences tomorrow night against Kansas, city royals, and the action right here on seven hundred WWL W. Derek Dietrich is join just thirteen this year, he signed a League contract with today with Texas, Rangers the Judicial Conduct Commissions Attorney asked her under oath for chambers can reasonably be described as a party atmosphere judge Gentry said quote it could reasonably be perceived as that. Thank you, judge. Thank you. Judge next question. Family. Court judge. Family. Court rate save it. Makes it better Saint Louis Cardinals Willie their their series with the pirates. postponed again, starting today eight and cardinals haven't played since July thirtieth. Not. Play. Again Indians Pitcher Zach Zach. Is Back in. CLEVELAND, on Sunday. he went back to Cleveland on Sunday and a rental car. After the young right-hander violating team rules at baseball's, Corona virus. And see what judge century he The twenty five year. Old Police Act went out with friends and Chicago Saturday night following his win against the white sox. So, instead of flying on a plane and at they put about a car, he had a drive home as seventy. Seven and a half hour drive. I've had one. In. College. And You have a lot of time to think about the. Lingo. It's not official yet Willie, but the big ten apparently, tomorrow's GonNa Announce College football season in the big ten is Lovie e R for twenty twenty mid American conference gas it on Saturday. The PAC twelve is going to be next the ACC and the SEC or saying quote up on that Car Wise Gentlemen, we're not. We're not going to other rock says yet, I'm not talking about Johnson boy, man. The Rock says ACC will play. And if they don't play on Saturday. the National Football League. Apparently ready to pounce on games to play on Saturday night and maybe even Friday night I mean twenty twentieth year of conspiracy theories. Right. What if this is actually like all the doing of the national football league trying to make up the entire weekend for themselves? They don't. They don't want college kids playing they WANNA play. The NFL opens one month from tonight. However. Franchise and Wuhan to start all this is that poverty, squirrel. You never know it might opt -solutely and also willy we send our condolences, thoughts and prayers today to the family, of Tamala, the Gonda giant who passed away over the weekend at seventy years old. We have We have some photos and some write ups on. Kamala on websites Kamala. Harris. Not Not Harris. Come all the head hunter correct, and we have it on your Donda. Stinky face guy don't know. That was Ricky Ricky see. He was a second cousin of Kamala you. The Ugandan giant. When you got the sneaky face, you knew your nose who word didn't belong. Few. People have gotten out a few weeks ago around here, but we're not going to say. Rachel what's on the blog? Can you give me anything about Judge Gentlemen Delta on what's The flower you got on I got general shots of of award and a Ham Roy to send my aunt. What we don't know about the wards. We can only say hemorrhoids right now. Correct. Well, her. And is a nurse and she wanted medical advice. Now, if you had an aunt, would you say anti I wanted to send you a picture didn't get into the doctors I want to send you. You know doctors aren't really taking appointments right now. You GotTa, do the visit. You guys send picture virtual while she should have sent i. Bet you that's her mistake. She sent the picture of her him. Roy to the wrong President ended up in her lover's phone is another issue. Like My. said. Just said, she sent to the wrong person. That's right. People make mistakes all not like you. Tequila. makes my clothes fall off. Please, don't drink. I. Don't drink and it makes my club. I would drink, Tequila. It'd be over. Please continue Tiger Kings Carol Baskin is warring with Cardi B. and Meghan the stallion after they released a new music video, which is on your blog, but not safe for work. So anybody that is going to go see the video don't play it in front of children, people with heart conditions or at work. Okay, just. Yeah. Exactly. The Tiger King villainous is calling out both rappers for featuring big cats in their new video Several big cats actually saying that it's GonNa make producers higher big cats in the future, and that they are condoning the big cat trade. Have no idea what you're talking about. Please continue. Well, we have felt party. Be Have you seen her recent drop of row I? Bet they get some pretty good French fries. Picks out on the Internet. I'll. I'll share them with. I the video. Yeah well. Guys do Stephen Canals in what's that guy's Damon knows the office. Was In that show the Auckland. Some kind of show. I don't know what I think. Judge Gentler Tiger King is a reality TV show done now. In. Jail. Yes. It's never over tiger king willies, please gay. January was a technical consultant, Cardi B.. I would. I would buy that if you told me that. I believe it anti I, want you to take a look at something coming right now. How long is this? How long does this last last? You're going to ride this. Delays started this morning eight, thirty, a M. in Newport. I think it's going to continue for Shit went live. All Day they allowed twenty persons and to listen to this mask wears, but you must get there by eight o'clock in the morning. Get a seat. Who Do we know that? was there was there Inquire reporter reported on this That's Julie. Fair, and Scott Wortman, how's the? How's the judge sit up there and not start like going what? What? In the world many times I've seen judges take their hand and put it between the top of their lip and the bottom of their nose, and they're like this. And they just kinda stare and in space. When fun? They got a mask on. So you don't know what they're doing with Damascus, and that's what I would do everyone under the mask. I wonder if one way everything under the under the robe, probably taking a couple of shots APU's in between each Erin. Please continue So ufo footage we've got that. we've also got. Oh, I can what what. Kate Hudson in her underwear which we didn't get talked out much last. That was pretty good. By the way I watched some of that I I look at the athletic pursuit of how she did it with the baby on her legs. motherly. One of those intimate moments which I enjoyed. Yes. But in her underwear. Well. Everyone wears underwear the where except judged entry, this is how America's going to be. Doing exercise going into the future at least that's according to experts gyms done. This is one thing you know. Wanted you what do like exercise your underwear in the living room and have penny like put it out there and put it on the blog. How many? How many hits with that get? He'd probably break the Internet Penny has said many times quit showing your shortcomings. I have to deal with it. No one else should God bless Charlie. Sheen. Thank you. Rachel. Thanks. Ever heard of him segment. We're allegedly we have. Stephen. Miller coming up from the White House, the president's chief domestic adviser talk about the deal deals. So we'll see the Guy Sang jet airplane stepped on big old jet, airliner. Dave? Miller. owns his. Different Guy. Segment, please give me out of the studio willy in honor of a crazy world that we live in in blue sky above. Kenwood twenty twenty ain't seen nothing like it and the passing of Kamala, the Ugandan giant. May. He rest in peace, with rowdy, Roddy Piper on Andre the giant in J. why I may leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. IRA awaiting. Drums. Carter. Bringing, the? Valve? Giant. Cut Ma. By Reverend slept the pastor of the Mount e from Baptist Church, in Fort Worth. At, become the adviser come out. Running. Roller setting up. The. Do He's not going anywhere. With the discovery? Rested piece Kamala. Thank you. Sir from this, we may go to the White House. On. newsradio seven, hundred WWL W. Cunningham, the great American Harrisburg and loose everywhere. I look there's chaos and confusion this contrived or part of a natural political process joining us now is Stephen Miller. He say senior adviser for President Donald J trump live from the white. House? Stephen Miller. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show. Steven. How are you? Great to be here. Thank for having me on. You know tomorrow. I'M GONNA. Have on one of the yankers out of Chicago about what happened last night with diluting the rioting incapability of Chicago police to handle the situation. This comes after about seventy five days a riding in Portland in which the mayor there Ted Wheeler said. Okay. If the FEDS give up defending the The courthouse, which is our courthouse, which cost tens of millions of dollars that things are going to get better what things are getting worse and the vision of America, under a Biden, Ted Wheeler Lori lightfoot approach might be different than the president on behalf of the president. What do you defined describe as the differentials between trump's approach to public safety and the Democratic Approach? Well, look at the federal courthouse in Portland which we took on the responsibility and duty of defending, and then compare that to the rest the city. So there was a federal courthouse under attack. The president sent in additional federal law enforcement pursuant to longstanding federal law to defend the courthouse. The courthouse fans the effort to burn down with stop to the effort to destroy. It was ended by contrast and the rest of the city where the mayor and the governor have reigned. They've allowed people to loot pillage plunder with relative impunity. The key point to get across your listeners though is that the Democrats are not merely content to allow their own cities, the city if they manage and lead and run fall into turmoil. If given power in Washington, they will pass legislation and signed into law to make every city in America look like Portland or Chicago or New York City. In other words, they want to micromanage every single police department and Sheriff's department in the country so that no matter where you live, you will not be safe and your last line of self defense, which is the Second Amendment will be taken from you as well. So you will be defenseless and. You may imagine if the NRA or shall, I, say those who defended gun rights or those? Who believe like right to lie. I imagine someone on the right large groups of people in Major, American cities would trash in the name of Second Amendment Rights. What would we the media's reaction to that I presume would call it domestic terrorism by right wing. The Gilani's would be I guess how they would describe it the The key thing to understand here is that the media is engaged in Orwellian doublespeak. You can't pick up a newspaper, read an article on your phone, watch a TV new segment from one of the various leftist stations and not hear these protests being described as quote largely peaceful. It's another words they have say. Three hundred people? around a police station and anything any number less than one hundred percent of the people there start trying to burn down, they describe it as largely peaceful it is. It is completely out of Nineteen eighty-four and the the attempt to bring on the police station in Portland is correctly classified as an attempt at act of murder and the Democrat politicians who run these cities and states are totally fine with that, and again, if you think you're safe because you don't live in in Portland or you don't live and some of these communities. If Democrats are empower, you think they're gonNA. Let you make decisions about how to run your own police departments. How to run your own city. You don't think they're gonNA use the full weight of the Department of Justice to Grind Your police departments to heal. You don't think they're gonNA, pass federal legislation dictating every single policy and your police department. You know they will and so. So, well, we're going to protect the people to Portland. As best we can, and we're GONNA protect people, every cities. Best we can. The truth is that the real fight is going to be the effort from Democrats to have a one size fits all policing rule for every city town of supper. But America, do you think the I had breakfast this morning with some A. A couple of police officers and they said to me, they're incentivize not to pull people over for, Dui is going through a red light and I live in and around the city of Cincinnati, I live in Hamilton County about ten miles from the city, and when you go to room a which I've spent time in Hey many county courthouse is an attorney and the public defenders. Defenders Office years ago used to have three hundred cases every day and roommate. When you go to room now, there might be fifteen to twenty cases in Cincinnati and Hamilton County in Covington and Newport cops are told directly and indirectly to stand down don't arrest anybody don't pull people over and as a consequence we see now in the city of Cincinnati a doubling of homicides. Of as compared to last year, and so even in smaller good departments and see PD is a good agency, the constructiveness leadership and by watching the media is stand down, don't be proactive. Don't chase these knuckleheads down alleys and other words down. Let the crime come to you. If that if that's the approach in Cincinnati, I can only imagine what what is it like in Washington DC or New York or Chicago or San Francisco, and so this election is not about. About trump versus biden to me, it's law and order versus chaos its growth versus a depression, and so if you in the White House can fashion a message that attracts the voters of Hamilton. County does said we're going to vote for something that we think is the American way of life. That's the way to go what evidence do you have Stephen Miller and the White House that Joe Biden, what act similarly to Lori, lightfoot, and Ted Wheeler and two zero. Well I would just say this and You know the I'm sticking in my in my capacity as a as a White House staffer. So I can't directly into the campaign but I would I would put it this way. The radical left has one overriding goal on the question of public safety to which every member of the Democrat Party from top to bottom has been. Completely, and totally signed up for, and that is Dr the police out. But the criminals in charge, and that is the that of the uniform policy. Look at the look at the bail policy, right? They WANNA end, cash, bail I, eat get arrested, get relief, get arrested, get released, re-offend, re-offend re-offend they they. They want to hire what they call social justice prosecutors. So in other words, the the Department of Justice Right appoints US ATTORNEYS All over the country to prosecute federal crimes, they went to a point what they call social justice prosecutors were just codeword for don't put by the criminals behind bars, instead prosecute cases based upon left-wing Dogma and Orthodoxy so go after people maybe exercise their Second Amendment Rights. Go after people maybe for wrong. Thank on an issue concerning political correctness. Go after people privy putting a chalk message on the street supporting the pro-life movement. That's GonNa, be have the power to prosecute is used every US attorney in the country Democrats are in charge will be used to prosecute people for fundamentally political reasons that is a nightmare which no American should want to live through. We in Cincinnati last year had a homeless encampment on Third Street, done our prosecutor Joe said that will not stand in the city of Cincinnati we also to situation during the riots about two months ago in which large parts of downtown Cincinnati was trashed the left in our community Stephen Miller are saying no bail out no bon windows. The courthouse were broken out windows in the jail center were broken out and Joe deters the local prosecutor Republican said enough is enough this is GonNa Stop Right now, we have a candidate running for the prosecutor's office supported by George Soros who says Says, there ought to be homeless encampments on Third Street and that after all this should be no bail ano-. Bond and so my point to local residences that if you want the the criminality in Chicago and Portland Seattle to come to Cincinnati, we have the power to stop it and nationally you got the power to stop it in the white. House. The president said yesterday or the day before that if asked to go back by mayor, Ted Wheeler, he'll go back to Portland is the president ready to defend the citizens of Portland who, when peace and quiet instead of violence and murder. Every option is on the table in. PORTLAND. It's a tragedy that the elected mayor, Portland and let the governor of the state have sided with anarchists, rioters, and looters in the sense that the the elected leadership has advocated in control of their own city and state criminals. That's a great tragedy will do everything in our power to protect the people people in Portland Oregon and and every single option is on. On the table at the same time, we also have to recognize that the vast overwhelming majority of local police in this country for the time being are under control of the of the mayor's the governor's those states I, think for the time being again, 'cause earlier point in some dystopia future with the Democrats take control, the first thing they would do is asserting federal control over major decisions made by police local. Sheriff's departments to the detriment of the citizens living there. Right Question Stephen, Miller policy adviser to the president. You made a decision yet whether the acceptance speech in about ten days or two weeks will be Gettysburg, the White House or maybe mount? Rushmore. The president said that he is looking at all options, but narrowed it down to two leading contenders with Gettysburg and the White House and efficiently made shortly. But regardless of where the President gives his acceptance speech. The key thing for every American to understand is that on the question of public safety, are you with the rioters or are you with the president? Ask Yourself who are the rioters supporting? Who are the rioters voting for? Who are the rioters standing with? What what kind of future do they want for this country? Who are you going to cast your lot with because the dividing line has never been more clear which civilization and chaos and president trump is the candidate of civilization. And the Democrats are the party chaos lastly, Stephen Miller Jimmy questions for me about sports politics, world capital, something that's confused you over the years. I guess my only question for you would be, what do you think the key to your success in Cincinnati? Well, I've been on the radio. I'm going to celebrate the conclusion of my thirty eighth year about thirty days. I'd began thirty eight years ago as a criminal defense attorney, and what I try to do is be the voice, of reason, commonality to people who don't have access to the media. If you watch something on television, you can't jump on set and explained a different position if you want to. To send a letter, the inquire, you can do that. Often it is not printed. But in Talk Radio, you can come on with me and we can debate and talk without yelling and screaming with each other good different viewpoints out I. WanNa be an advocate for my listeners, I travel the highways and the byways I speak to maybe ten to twenty groups every month and I have an open email system, and I want to hear what people have to say, what's important to them and what's important to my. My listeners are often not reflected on the pages of the inquire nor ABC NBC CBS or CNN, which is C. O. N., the cable opinion network, and so what I WANNA do is advocate for people who work that have mortgages that care about their children that are married, go to church synagogue or go to mosques, they wanNA functional life and the greatest country that ever existed in the mind of God, and so many of us now understand much like in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, when all hell. Hell broke loose that it now nine and twenty, twenty s a repeat of Nineteen, sixty eight. We have to decide what course to take confusion or unity for many. There is one from one there. As many we have talk about chaos versus unity. We've talked about depression versus economic success. I've talked about safety for families over some left wing political agenda that doesn't fit infinity town or Justin fit in Springfield township or Covington I, try to be their voice and give them wings. That's what I try to do. Well I couldn't have said it better, and that's really what's happening. This country right now is you have millions and millions of people who agree with everything. You just said, you have a hostile media trying to bully and intimidate them into silence and what they need to understand as they are in the majority, be unashamed, be unafraid, speak your mind and speak the truth because you were in the right, and you are also in the majority do. Do. Not Be intimidated into silence about what you know to be. True. Stephen. Miller you're a great, American one, other factoid, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, the Hong, Kong flu struck America Lbj was in the White House and it was Richard House Nixon one point, two, million died around the world. One, hundred, ten, thousand Americans, who died in today's numbers that'd be about three, hundred, thousand, dead Americans, and nineteen, Sixty, eight, nine, hundred, sixty, nine. Businesses Open schools, open, colleges, open businesses functioned everything was be careful. Take risks. The Hong Kong flu is here, but we gotta live our lives and defeat this unseen enemy. We simply got about our work here. We are some fifty two years later and a nasty virus. Instruct the country instead of reacting as they did in nineteen, fifty seven, with Eisenhower, sixty eight, sixty, nine with LBJ and with Nixon. Nixon and twenty nine, there were half a million dead worldwide about twenty, five, thousand in America. We simply got about the work of this nation and we do not shut down businesses to not arrest people going to church because there was a nasty virus out of China. What we did was live the American way of life and we overcame those difficulties. We do not surrender Stephen Miller we fight. Well the good news is that this president is fighting for your listeners and God willing We will have a vaccine very soon on this pandemic will be defeated. You're my best to forty five and I prayed. There's not a forty six for a long time. Thank you very much. God. Bless them. 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In Springfield coming up and We have three lines open at five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand. Seven hundred eighteen my friend in yours comedian, Steve, Kennedy was a witness to this and not mark hold on to your first two suspects in one victim has been identified in Friday's deadly police pursuit, the across Ohio Kentucky Board. If they went over the suspension bridge for a period of time they were in Kenton County. So. The began in Hamilton County and then went to through the streets in the Kenton County. The main perpetrator here is Mason Meyer Twenty eight years old was the driver. Reason addresses reading the home of the Blue Devils and Tony? Pike is that the Justice Center and Hamilton County. On an open theft born with a fifty thousand dollar bond. Additional. Charges are pending in Kentucky and Ohio and Myers also facing felony federal. Charges. Kristen Johnson only twenty two years old was arrested in connection with the pursuit and the crash according to court documents. Kristen Johnson was admitted to police. She was actively pulling up Google maps in an attempt to aid the driver and escaping the police. He's charged with all kinds of offenses. Fleeing. Eluding police also, he's going to be charged with homicide offenses down the road. One. Of the victims have been identified as Raymond liable. Maybe I'm saying that last name incorrectly could be labeled la I be. Raymond Label eighty-one was one of the bystanders killed. He was taking university medical center where he died and other person was killed in the crash. But the coroner's office is not handling that that deceased I believe remained in Kentucky. Because, that woman was it was obviously dead, and because you see is a trauma, one medical center. They tend to transport from northern. Kentucky to UC and try to save Raymond labels life, and they weren't successful and the issue is becoming and it's going to become clear this week that there's going to be a joint prosecution from Ohio Kentucky and United States of. America. The federal government according to media sources that have told me this that this individual was involved in the importation of large amounts of drugs methamphetamine into the tristate, which is Campbell County Kenton, county and Hamilton County, and that Mason Mayer is a career criminal only twenty eight years old, but he has numerous criminal violations. Decision was made to pursue that resulted in the death of two innocent people simply at a at a restaurant on Monday on Friday simply having something sitting at a table and they were they were killed in the restaurant itself was. was damaged unfortunately, Mason Meyer Twenty eight was not seriously injured. Two bystanders were killed. Another two were injured. And the question becomes, why did it take place? I'm told the PD chief police. Isaac has a policy has many do that? Is that the the risk to the general public must be weighed against the arrest of the perpetrator who we're dealing with? and. They were dealing with someone who was in possession of deadly weapons who was a massive drug dealer, and there were federal investigations state. Investigations Da. And others who are investigating Reno into apprehending this guy. So the decision was made to chase him from Lower Price Hill with the assistance of girlfriend I assume twenty, two year old kristen. Johnson, on Google maps they want. Want lower. Price. Hill across the suspension bridge, which empties as you know in the Kenton County, one up to route eight and took left, and over the licking river and a Camel County and Newport that resulted in the death of these two innocent people I. When I speak to law enforcement, they tell me almost all the time. Let him go will catch him later. In this case, they were looking for Mason, Meyer for a long time. A long time they were looking for him and they couldn't find finally got him and they weren't going to let go. I've had Emily County, Sheriff's Personnel Canton, Kentucky State. Police. Tell me. We let him go. It's not worth it. There's about four hundred Americans die every year innocently on these police chases and they were looking for Mason. Meyer, for a long time, he was in possession of semiautomatic weapons. He was a drug dealer and they wanted to get him and now they got him. And I would urge the officials in Hamlin County and Kenton County and Campbell county to try him repeatedly until there's aches tax sentence, well, belong beyond sixty to seventy years. President, get him out of circulation for a long time. It said that a couple lost their life on Friday and others were injured because Mason Meyer was a drug dealer that was armed. Only. Get your reaction to it. If you're witnessing this or saw some of it, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, plus Let's talk about the corona virus covert nineteen is you know the president has come out in favor of college football playing and Joe Biden is against it. So we'll see what happens there. Let's continue. Now, we a mark in Springfield than many others. Mark. Welcome. To the Bill Cunningham show mark. How are you? I'm doing pretty good bill. Few are doing as well as I can be. I'm doing. Okay. All things considered. In Your Life, but I've never call. Glad. You finally did a you in Clark County. Cork. County. Ohio. Yes. I've just been listening. I can't listen every or anything you understand that. Fifty, seven, sixty, nine. Or? The facts here because this is not the first time, America's expand an experienced pandemic. It's the first time. The government response was to shut down everything and years past, we've had multiple pandemics, and this is a new approach we're taking today. Are Grew. In nineteen, Fifty, seven, I was probably barely two years old I mean. But we did have a president that. Basically one woman warranty, you have long experience in. Situations. In and nineteen, sixty nine, we haven't president that was. Fair was a congressman or eight year vice president and had experience with dealing with a pandemic as vice president. But that's just a little reason. The big reason I think as it might seem fifty, seven and nineteen, sixty nine. Government. Did. Turned it over to the. Doctors they let the doctor Hanoi. I. Mean I remember James Rouse about thirteen years? Old James Road was the governor I was in pretty good government I. Don't I don't know. I remember all he said was he tried to explain it on about the virus. saw he said, was GonNa talk to your doctor. Your doctor wants you to do. The government had nothing really to do the medical people. Had the power handled everything if if your doctor. You shouldn't work. Roads guaranteed that if the government your doctor wants you to stay home, you couldn't be fired. Mark. You bring up a central point and that is we have experienced in America much worse pandemics than this one. Now, we don't know the course the next six months I mean I don't know what's going to I. Assume the worst is behind this way the therapeutics we have hd cue. We have other drugs that are having measurable effect according to Bill Gates. We have therapeutics. We also have the availability of Astra Zeneca or MODERNA. We're going to have a vaccine. We're kind of at the tail end of this thing. Thing. But in the past, when these things hit America, we had governors, presidents and others had said, you know what? Be careful. The Hong Kong flu is out there. The Spanish flu is out there. The the Asian flu is out there. You have the difficulties that you might experience, but talk to your doctor and and take care of yourself and government did that saying, okay, we got a bad strain of a corona virus and there's many different corona viruses. This is one of dozens of grown a- viruses and in. In the past whether it was merged or SARS are the Spanish flu are the German flu or the Asian flu or the swine flu or the Hong Kong flu? We were notified to be a little more careful where mask if you want socially distant wash your hands and away you go and we lived our lives and like all these viruses they rise and fall within one to two years. Matter how bad they are the Spanish. Flu One, hundred years ago. One third of the human population was infected which. which is two billion people at the time at least fifty million were dead and six, hundred, seventy, five, thousand, Americans died and today's numbers out to be two point, two, million, dead Americans, two, point, two, million at that point. Baseball continued work continued skulls continued and the fifty seven, Fifty, eight, Asian flu with Eisenhower one point. One, million dead around the world. Hundred Sixteen Thousand Dead Americans. That's about three hundred, thousand today's numbers, and we were told be careful. There's a bad strain of the virus out there about it. And then ten years later, the Hong Kong flu nine, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight, nineteen, sixty, nine, one, point, one, million died around the world and with this number now, at seven, hundred, thousand, not even close course every one third the number of people living. So by today's numbers, it'd be three, million, dead, hundred, sixteen, thousand, dead Americans, Woodstock, took place baseball played football played college football played people want to work be careful wash your hands etcetera and today because of social media and Cable News everything is a crisis every day you must scare the. The crap out of people more to get their attention. So there's more charges back and forth, and this is a bad flu. If you are, I would get it mark of you would get it. It's bad I don't WanNa, get it I do things to avoid it. But if I do get it, I fight like a warrior poet. All of us have an expiration date move on with life at attacks normally older folks at doesn't it attack the young hardly at all the odds of dying as a young person is under one in a million. We have eighty million school children. The deaths of young kids about sixty or seventy out of eighty million. It's possible. You might get it. You might dive something we're going to die something, but I'm saying put in perspective we living now today have responded fundamentally differently than other Americans with similar or worse problems mark from Springfield y I'd just wanted to ask you this bill, get your opinion on a couple of things I respect. We don't agree on everything I. Don't think anybody agrees on everything or if they do something wrong. Do. You remember back in the year a little older than I am I mean, a lot of a lot of younger people don't remember this. When I had a colder flu, we would go to the doctor and he would give us our medicine. Give. You Penicillin shot in the but some pills and cough syrup. You didn't have to go to the drugstore to get your medicine. You got it right from the doctor. That Basically pharmaceuticals now or a make multi billion dollar industry and doctors don't make house calls. You're likely to get one on on a telecell and things are different. Now because of social media, which you can communicate quickly, everybody else I'm simultaneously and secondly, cable news has got to find a reason to exist. That's the problem. Let's continue with more and we do have Adam from Indianapolis will be next. Trump is in favor of college football, Biden is not trump one high school football to play to be played by does not. There's a little difference. Let's continue with more fifty one minutes after the hour bill. Cunningham with you every day. Off Today, but back out tomorrow on newsradio seven. Hundred WWL, Deauville. Let's give Casey clubbing. Royals. meet up in. GDP. Her an epic. Queen City show. To Rot Opposite Bill Morrow at five, four, hundred, seven, hundred, wwl. Frank at on the home of the Cincinnati reds, the best sale ever continues to staffer jewelers in the Kenwood towne centre going out of business, and now the discounts are up to eighty percent off world famous brands like Sperry and re Tani Swiss watch brands like take your and Cardiac Bright Lincoln. Omega. Loose diamonds, diamond studs, hoops, and gemstone jewellery and more everything is up to eighty percent off. Please take an extra thirty three and a third percent off every sale price. Stanford Jewelers in the Kenwood. TOWNE centre with easy parking at the Kenwood road entrance. Right next to norstroms. Not Right now, the out of business sale is Stanford. Jewelers is underway. Not We're going to have on Senator Rand Paul, and until then Andy and Indianapolis Andy in Indy. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham shown Adam. Please go ahead. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Sure hang his hat on the southern strategy. Is Me. Say That again. I- trumpster hanging his hat on this southern strategy. He isn't he? In the last election, he won Ohio Pennsylvania Wisconsin and Michigan. They're not to southern. Now, but it's it's the playbook. The playbook that new created. But Hey I. The one thing that I have a question about that I like to ask is. When he shut down the economy and then created the plan to get it back up, and then when governors and all that decided to. You know do it by the guidelines and they still have shut down because of the guidelines. How come. We always go after the governor's instead of the of the guy that guideline out. Well, you know Adam according to the president and I've been here everyday since February talking about the president issued guidelines for the local states and local communities to follow or not follow. The president does not have the power to shutdown economies because the licensing of those businesses, happen states and cities, the feds, Hanauer Ohio liquor licenses or the feds do not hand out the the bar licenses and hidden. Valley, in Indiana, that's kind of up to each date enough aid city. So what the president did was put out guidelines for the locals to follow some dead and some did not. But don't you want that to be a local decision, not a national decision. That's fine with me. I. Just I just don't understand where you. Especially Mike Devine you go after him, but he's following the guidelines that trump's and out love. Mike. Dewine. That No. Mike Dewine has the guidelines that Mike Dewine put out with the guidance of the CDC. But whether it was the orange red or purple, and that was up to governor. In your case, Eric Holcomb, put out guidelines each governor and city controls that much more than the president you understand that. They're following exactly to the way. The guidelines were wrote Mike, President trump and his past. Well, it's up to them. Yes or no. I mean, some some states like California shut down almost completely and other states did not shut down which completely like Texas and Florida and Texas, and Florida that moderately did not shutdown have done much better than say, New, York and New Jersey that did in fact, a country that did not shutdown Sweden. Had, much better results than Michigan that did shutdown. The point is you don't know what the Hell is going to go on, but thank you for your call. Let's continue. The line becomes available five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, reds baseball, not today back out tomorrow the next ten or twelve games against Kansas. City and Pittsburgh, and the red legs need to make a lot of headway tomorrow, Senator, Rand Paul and March home the reds. newsradio seven, hundred, wwl. W. Cincinnati. News traffic and weather. News, radio seven, hundred W L W Cincinnati. More information on the two people arrested in connection to a high speed chase with the three o'clock report I'm Sarah Lee's breaking now. Twenty old, Mason? Meyer in twenty, two year. Old Kristen. Johnson. have been arrested. Meyer was driving a vehicle that ran into a group of people on Friday night Johnson was with Meyer that night in his car as result two people were killed and. And two others injured the incident happened near Monmouth and fifth streets. In Newport, police tried to pull over Meyer in lower price, Hill and connection to an open felony investigation. Instead Meyer fled. He took them across the. Roebling. Bridge. 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Bill Cunningham 5/21/20

Bill Cunningham

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Bill Cunningham 5/21/20

"The. Billy Cunningham the great American welcomed this rather cloudy rainy, Thursday afternoon Tristate, the coming up after two o'clock today of course is rob sanders is good friend. The good governor of our state Mike Dewine and amy acting to talk about a more things relative because nineteen what they they will give permission to open what rights they will give back to us and more of that character, but joining me now is rob, Sanders who's the Commonwealth attorney and the Great County of Kenton County and Rob Sanders welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and rob. How are you I'm doing Green Willie. Thanks for having me back. You know this morning. I ran off before we get into the Kentucky numbers. Talk to me about the status of the court system and Kenton County there's a store in the inquiry today that domestic relations court in Hamilton County is largely shutdown then for the last two months, the the judges there said that's it while the other counties in Ohio or functioning Dr Wise it looks like Hamilton. County said to hell with it, and they shut down domestic relations court largely. What's the status in Ken, county? Well I think the key phrase right now. Willy is holding pattern 'cause. That's pretty much what every case is in right now is holding pattern. We've been working real hard. When this shutdown. I started to get as many cases adjudicated as we can. We've been taking guilty. Pleas resume We've been doing sentencings. Be Zoom. We've been indicting people by information, which is way the grand jury process. We've been moving cases along, but we're you know we've. We've been doing this along Willie. We're about out of the cases that we can do that with your hand now to is that are only the worst of the worst murderers rapists robbers. Child molesters the people that need to go to trial because they're never gonNA. Plead guilty and take enough years to make me happy, so we just need to trial, so jerry can tell them how long they're going to prison and spring. Court just issued another order. Just came out Monday back this up again. From our previous court opening our courts actually gonNA open June first, but we're not allowed to have jury trials now. That's what the new order said. We can't have jury trials until August the first, so they're going to open the courthouse backup on June. The I still going to be doing a lot of court. Be a video via zoom but we're going to be doing some person. Court proceedings beginning June first now it gets your question about the domestic relations. That's been going on It's been functioning here in Kenton. County and I think boone came aboard the same, however a lot of what they're doing. Is just issuing an emergency protective order which you have to have a hearing turn into a domestic violence order. Normally those hearings take place within about a week, but right now they're just pushing the hearings out. Until after the court courthouse opens June first, and all those what are normally temporary orders have just become quasi permanent orders until we get around to having rings now. Rob Sanders I head on your cohort. Joe Dealers, who you call the Rob Sanders of Amblin down. WHO said that they cannot get grand jury members to show up as far as there's a sense the. Or, older, and that is older Americans about forty percent of older Americans are scared to death hiding under their beds and they they can't get grand juries to come in. Is that the same problem in Kenton County? Well, we actually have had her grand jury suspended by the Supreme Court order, the same shut down the courts until June I also shut down the grand juries until June first beginning June first. We can start having grand juries again and they extended the deadline. We get a lot more leeway in Kentucky in terms of time you're we have. Have a lot to to to get people indicted and Ohio. It's only a matter of days in Kentucky. We have two months, so we. We have to get everybody. That's jail indicted within sixty days. They told that deadline for us. In the worst of the worst cases, so now we have until the end of July to get all those folks indicted, so I heard Joe. You know he does do a great job as rob. Sanders Anthony, county and I heard him on your show the other day and that really concerns me because come. The first of July. We're GONNA start having grand jury again. And if I had the same problems, he had i. just don't know what we're going to do because we've got to get these people indicted by the end of July. They've been sitting. You know a lot of people forget that we also have crime victims out there that are waiting for justice as well about the bad guys. It's about the crime victims that are waiting for some punishment, some justice on their behalf, and so we want to get these cases moving. We want to get them through the grand jury we want to get to. To trial and you know might be a year or two before we get some of these cases to trial, because we're getting so backed up, but we WANNA move them forward so hopefully we'll be able to do that. We're going to great lengths. I've been working with the judges in Ken County. Justice Center we're GONNA move the grand jury from our normal grand jury room on the eighth floor down to a big conference room on the second floor. It's actually a training room where it can accommodate probably one hundred people in there when we normally have share stacked up and stacked up for educational. Things that they had functions that they have in the courthouse. We're GONNA space that out so that none of the grand jurors are sitting on top of each other. We're going to have our social distancing. I'm not sure how necessary that is, but we're going to by all the rules. We're GONNA distance. We're GONNA. Wear masks, but we're going to get the grand jury going. We're going to get the indictments rolling again. We're the fire the justice system back up. Let me give you the numbers as of midnight about twelve hours ago and the state of Kentucky. In the average year. Of Flu Death CDC, tenure, average state of Kentucky on average, seven, hundred and seven Kentucky inns style every year of the seasonal flu. The average age is seventy six years old so far would covid nineteen, sixty, seven, hundred and seven normally die so far as of midnight last night. The number is three hundred seventy six Kentucky Inns of died, which is fifty percent of? Of the normal total if you break down, further, per one hundred thousand a Kentucky Inns. So have you take rupp arena? Fill it up four times on average. There would be three individuals and one hundred thousand in the general population that Dyakov at nine, hundred, ninety, three of one, hundred, thousand, three of one hundred thousand Kentuckians, and that's five months into it. With people under the age of forty though Willie. What would that number be? Zero Zero zero and so the average age in Kentucky, Seventy, eight, in fact, there's more Kentucky Inns the die over the age of ninety five. Then under the age of forty, so if you're over ninety five year at much, greater arrested than under the age of forty under forty to answer zero, and so, why is there? The crisis was created by Cova nineteen or by politicians. What? It's hard to say. Will you know I understand why? Everybody did what they did when they first? got these dreadful numbers from the so-called experts that supposed to be. Predicting all this stuff telling us how to protect ourselves from pandemics and whatnot, but I think it's pretty obvious by now that the numbers haven't held up that those predictions have fallen every time. Somebody gave a prediction. The number of cases has gone down. The number of deaths is gone down and certainly we're not seeing the number of deaths that we were told. told, we were going to see now. There's some you know we're still gonNA use like I said one of the grand jury fires backup. We're still gonNA use all the precautions, but that's really because again of some of the rules that they've put on us. to keep the justice system up and functioning, because if one of my prosecutors gets exposed or Or Kahn contracts cove and goes down. That's going to expose the entire office, so we all have to go into these mandatory quarantines and sat down the justice system same thing with the public defenders. One of them gets it expose their entire office. They'll all be quarantined for two weeks now you know these numbers though are not playing out the way we were. Were told. They're going to makes you question everything, so it makes you question of whether the to quarantines, even necessary, but right now That's the only information we have. And that's the that's been given from our governor, so is state employees. We don't have any choice, but to follow it right now, but we do have a large portion of our jurors. Are over the age of sixty. They're in a high risk group, and so we've been told, so. We're GONNA. Do everything necessary to protect them. We're GONNA. Take all the precautions whether they're necessary or not. And we'RE GONNA. Make the justice system function again, however, going forward I think that this is a time, not just for Kentucky, not just for Ohio, but the entire country on a state by state cases to start looking at who we have making these predictions. Predictions do we want to leave it up to just one person or do we want start consulting group groups of experts see if there is consensus. I don't know if there was consensus in this or not. Maybe there was if there was they were all wrong but we've gotTA figure out a better way to do it because we certainly can't shut down the economy every time. Somebody in a white coat things we're GONNA have a bad flu season well. In Reality Kentucky is having wonderful flew covert nineteen season I. Don't want anybody to die I. Don't want my grandma grandma I want somebody old and the typical state, eighty eight percent of reported deaths or people over sixty, five forty five percent or debts over eighty four years old and Kentucky is near the bottom of the list as far as reported deaths in the general population, those nursing homes or congregants settings, which would include jails would include prisons long-term convalescent care. Have a different risk factor than the general population. A UK student I'd like to know if there's one child in Kenton County in school that has died of Covid nineteen between the ages of six and eighteen I. Think the answer is zero, because it doesn't affect that population, and so it's almost as if we rocky and made the point yesterday. It's almost as if there's some disease that only affects redheads so everyone in the society. It's gotta be quarantine because of redheads, the fact of the matter is there's all kinds of diseases that affect certain racial, demographic, Male, female, young old groups that it appears likely very probable, almost certain the covert. Is simply reserved for those over the age of sixty five, in fact over the age of eighty five, which doesn't mean they should die, but it means the general population is not affected. Now Talk to me. Your family's been in Kenton County and parts of your family I. Think ran around with Daniel Boone back in the eighteen thirties. How much psychologically has this impacted Kenton? County and all of Northern Kentucky Mentally. I'll. It's definitely had an impact. A lots of my friends are about fed up with this. The police officers I work with are about fed up with this, and it's not that people don't care you know if it's your relatives. Gosh, that's one one death too many. It certainly is horrible situation. We wouldn't wish on anybody I've had friends that been through this I know good friends of mine that have caught cove nineteen. One was a nurse practitioner. An Er ended up in the hospital herself because she got it so bad. Her husband, who's a good friend of mine, he also. Ended up contracting, it had a rough way to go. I I know that this sickness is real. But we have to assess the damage that we're doing to people both mentally. And emotionally I. in terms of being shut down being locked away, worrying about their bills, not being able to go about their lives being scared because seven hundred w w broadcast every last elected leaders press conference in a day, and you have to hear this stuff over and over and over 'cause I know. Everybody listens to your station all day long and every fifteen minutes this great programming, yours and rocky and Eddie every programs being interrupted by a press conference, and it doesn't matter whether it's the seven hundred or what station you tune into. You're seeing the same thing on TV. You're hearing on the radio. That's all people talk about on facebook. Wears even the best people down. You, if you're not in the hospital, if you're not a healthcare provider, a nurse, whatever a doctor and if you're not in a nursing home, the general population has largely unaffected, but now having made them any Bashir I think made serious blunders two months ago when he said everyone in Kentucky's about the died report to your grave immediately and turn out to be three out of one hundred thousand in the general population is being affected by this and is such a low number. The can't go back in time and say. Say you know what I made a mistake. I'm sorry. Let's go back and every day he begins news. Conference is talking about who died. Who didn't and Mike to Weinstein that same thing these are the people that have died. This person had covid nineteen. If they did news conferences every day on traffic accidents, these are the traffic accidents that happen at a terrible one I seventy one by reading road, and these are the people that have been hurt by these are the lives affected? I'd probably never get into Cardigan. Yeah, that's true. Will you know it's in Kentucky especially I saw a statistic the other day on WNYC for Outta Lexington that if you take out the nursing home, deaths in Kentucky and the prison debts in Kentucky from Covid nineteen that counts for fifty six percent of the deaths, so you'd eliminate fifty six percent of that statistic. He keeps throwing up of how many people died in Kentucky half of its in in jails nursing homes now. What's that tells that means? We need to concentrate our efforts in the. The jails and the nursing homes. We need to spread the folks out. We need to make sure they're healthy. We need to make sure they're tested the workers. The jail guards make sure they're tennis. We can WANNA. Protect them. We want to protect their families. All the nurses and doctors that go in and out of there all the other healthcare workers, all the GEL deputies and the nurses, and all the other correction officers in jail facilities. We keep these people protected. We gotTA keep. The inmates protected the protecting. But let's let the rest of the world. Get back to get back to life. Because it is killing some people willy. It's sad to say but I. Think I like definitely no more people that have died of suicide. Since this all started and I know that if dot of covid nineteen now I'm sure that there are people out there going no, my. Goal. And I get that and that's very important to them I'm not downplaying that at all, but the seeing young people take their lives and I can't help, but think that all this death and destruction we're hearing about has a lot to do with it. There's no other explanations. Really. There's nothing else that anybody can see going on I. It's just horrible, and so we've. We've got to work on doing the day or fixing the damage. We gotta work on convincing our leaders, our governors and all the people that support them. That, it's okay to say okay. This didn't work out like we thought it was going to. It's time to start getting things back to normal. That's okay. It's okay to make mistakes. I think the general public will accept that of our elected leaders say. I'd made a mistake, and if I had it to do over I wouldn't do it this way again. That's fine I think the world you know actually appreciate some humility and appreciates when people admit that they were wrong. Let's move forward, but you know they've still got the same people that told them all this stuff. In the first place Turpin in there. You're trying to justify their existence trying to make sure that they think that their boss thinks that they were right all along and who? Who knows why didn't go right? But they still get the same people in their ear, and I know that they're going to change until they get different voices in their ears Rob Sanders. We gotta go good luck and Covington. We'll see what occurs in the future and may God. Bless you and God bless the thoroughbreds of Kentucky. Thank you willing. If you can order up some sunshine this memorial, day weekend no I would certainly appreciate it and so over here in Kenton County. You Got Roberson. More coming up after two o'clock is. Don't benders. Good friend, the good governor of our state that Mike DeWine and amy acton to say what rights they're going to give back to us. After two o'clock today and flying becomes available, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand. Your calls are next on news radio seven hundred. Cunningham and coming up after one o'clock today is Mike Ray who proprietor of Madison Bowl also one of the individuals that represent two hundred and sixteen I'm sorry, two hundred and sixty bowling centers in Ohio that have fallen through the cracks. According to a website that I looked at that all the bowling centers are classified as travel and tourism, as if somebody from Germany may WanNa tore the Madison Bowl or see more lanes when they come to Cincinnati. So as a consequence to bowling centers with their literally, tens of thousands of customers and thousands of employees have fallen through the cracks. And Migrate believes there's a pay to play scheme underway in Columbus that if you're not connected somehow to the governor or to John Houston that you don't get a seat at the table, and why bowling centers are travel and tourism is something that no one can fully understand because it's not right. What I did notice two days ago, and the governor's going to speak today at two o'clock opening up more and I sent him I sent someone in the in Columbus text about bowling centers being misclass- divide. Is that it appears that when target or costco or Walmart opens the. They opened with impunity. But I mean they have plenty of personnel on hand. They do whatever they have to do. Open it up when when you order from target I order from Walmart. The other day go online order ten items paid for them online. I had a time to pick them up. I drove to my Walmart there and Ridge Road Ridge Avenue. And at number stalls. It told me where to sit where to go and I clicked when I'm there. Somebody walks out with the items. Open the hatch on my on my Chevrolet traverse Joseph Chevrolet. They put the items in and I pull away. And what's happening now in the morning when I listened to to squawk box, it's obvious that Costco and Walmart and Kroger and the big boys are doing extremely well. Customers gravitating toward convenience enjoyed the fact that they are open. Practically every item that a that a costco sells is also sold by some other small business owner in the tri-state. WHO Doesn't have? The power and the economic muscle to stay open during this crisis and are connected to those who make decisions so they can stay open. In fact, they can't stay open. and. So what's happening now is the bigger getting bigger and the small are getting smaller. When the governor came on a say, repeatedly as many times as I can mike, Dewine is a good person and Fran. His wife is a wonderful wife and a mother, the First Lady of Ohio personally I have high regard for both of them. That does not keep me from criticizing their actions in official capacities, not the personal behavior which is above reproach. I can't speak to Jon used at Amy Act because I've not met them personally. I did have one conversation years ago. With John You said, but I don't think I've ever met him in person so I can't speak to those two but Mike. Dewine is as good as it gets when it comes to a a father, a grandfather and As far as a husband, he's about the best risk other than me of course. Nonetheless. They don't understand how small town America truly works. How many small little towns in America elected Mike DeWine goes. They believed in small town America. He understood my concerns over Richard Cordray who was Obama's one of Obama's cabinet officials, running some consumer protection agency, and so many of us thought okay. If we put Republicans in charge then Richard Cordray. WHO's with the Obama Administration? That would re kind of represented reflect more Ohio, values and businesses as things have turned out, Richard Cordray likely would have selected someone like Dr Ambi acted. Acted to be as health commissioner for two reasons like himself. She was part of the Obama Administration. And secondly she's an apostle, a believer in abortion and partial birth abortion. They both worked in Oh. Eight and twelve to get Obama elected to the Presidency so I voted for Mike Dewine thinking I had small town principles, small town ideas understanding of the common schlep how they live their lives, and that you would understand that you can't shutdown Ohio business, and you can't shut down small town Ohio and have good results. And, so the other day was it on Tuesday. He wasn't on with you and I yesterday. because. He was unhappy with the silver screen house. It was unhappy with a bar or restaurant, not our, he announced in a strong firm voice that more than seven hundred state agents would be prowling around bars and restaurants, generally small business owners opening up to make sure they comply with six foot separation. Make sure they comply with the fact, which is stupid. You can order a beer from the bar, but you can't sit down. The governor made it clear that if you order a beer from a bar, you gotta be able to have a seat other than not the bar to go sit down. So when I had on Joe Ken Dolan Joe Smith at Silver. Spring House they said how is most comply with that? Am I going to walk up to one of my customers whose fifty seven year old male or a forty eight year old female and say give me your chocolate Martini. You're standing up. How am I supposed to say? Get the hell out of my restaurant. How you supposed to do that? The answer is you can't do it. So when the big boys are open I don't think the governor announced. You know what we're GONNA get together. Seven hundred law enforcement agents and we're GONNA PROWL AROUND COSTCO target and Walmart to make sure they're complying with all the rules and regulations, but when smalltown America maybe minster. Anna Abuse, Iras or Bell Fountain I'M GONNA? I'M GONNA. SEND OUR STATE AGENTS IN A. A Small Town Ohio to make sure that you're complying with my orders, which a judge declared illegal and unconstitutional. Yes, a judge yesterday said that the actions of Amy Acton or illegal and unconstitutional when asked by Tanya, O'Rourke, yesterday about his reaction to the to the ruling of the judge, saying that Amy Acton acted illegally, which came out of Kim out of Lake County. And the judge on the case was judge Eugene Lucci. He's a well. It's no big deal. We're GONNA. Open it up anyway in six days now. That's not the point of what Judge Lucci said and Mike Dewine define attorney, and he knows exactly what the judge said. The judge said that Amy Acton is to with authorities that is if a person. Is. Infected with a communicable disease that person by State, law can be isolated for up to fourteen days. And then you go through contact tracing, and if you find out other people that came in contact with if they're infected with whatever the agent is. Then that person can be can be in quarantine or isolated for fourteen days. That's the way it's always been in Ohio since the days of tuberculosis more than one hundred years ago. That's the way it works if you're infected right now, covert. Or to Urculo says or some other communicable disease law allows you to be isolated for fourteen days people. He came in contact with her tested, and if they are infected, they're isolated for fourteen days. The judge said you don't Corentin isolate. Twelve million ohioans, because of someone else who may be infected, they may come in contact with that's not the law. And basically he said the judge said, go back to the legislature, and if you want to change the law, change the law, but don't make it up as you go along. That is what the judge said, and it's very sad. How about this? On March Twenty Second Amy Acton, said the following quote effective at eleven, Fifty Nine, pm March twenty third. All persons are to stay at home or in their place of residence, unless they're engaging essential activities, he central government functions operate essential businesses and operation as set forth in disorder, unquote. There was no standard determine. What are essential and what are essential operation? I would say if you run Madison Bowl to you and your family. That's probably an essential business, but the governor said you're not essential, and there's no standards to determine what is essential. What is not essential? And so the judge said it was arbitrary and capricious, and it was unconstitutional. And so I'm giving out the name once again of the Attorney Marie Thompson Maurice Thompson Attorney. The eighteen fifty one constitutional law group. You can google his name Maurice Thompson Attorney. And, the judge did not say well no big deal. You can open six days. That is not what the judge Said and Mike Dewine when he was retainer rock yesterday. That is not what the judge said. Among other things. The judge found. that. The general public would be harmed injunction. We're not granted. This is the judge speaking Dr Emmy acted. There'd be a diminishment of public morale and a feeling that one unelected individual could exercise such fettered power to force everyone to obey impermissible, permissively oppressive, vague, arbitrary and unreasonable rules that the director of health devised re revised, modified and reverse whenever she pleases without any legislative guidance, the public will be left with feelings that their government is not accountable to them. A. So when Tonya O'Rourke? said to Mike Von. Well what do you think about the about the decision of Judge Lucci? He said well no big deal. How `bout a judge declaring your actions, illegal and unconstitutional. Vague arbitrary, unreasonable, impermissible, oppressive and not accountable. Mike Dewine that is what the judge said, and I wish China work at pointed out to him. Hey, governor, that is not what the not what you're saying here. And so once again, whenever these dictates of governors and health directors run up to the constitution. They're almost always ruled UNCON- illegal unconstitutional Mike Dewine. You're acting illegally and you're the governor. Dr Amy Acton. You're acting illegally. It is unconstitutional. You can't do what you're doing. That's the point. So at two o'clock today I would hope the potted plants who call themselves. Journalist will ask Mike DeWine and Amy Acton and advice and Vice President Lieutenant Governor John used these issues. That is the issue you have been declared illegal and unconstitutional your response. Don't let them get away with some stupid. Pat Answer. Hold him to account for what he's done to this date. Amy Acton is the kind of health director that Richard Cordray. Why was she appointed to represent us in the state? Of Ohio and the answer is well if you want to. Say something bad about her say something about me, governor I will criticize public officials that I choose to criticize. I'M NOT GONNA. Listen to you when your actions have been declared illegal, unconstitutional, arbitrary, capricious without foundation. They simply made it up. There's no law allowing amy act and to do what she did now. Mike Dewine knows he's sharp lawyer. It's going to take months for this thing finally to go from commonplace court to to the to the district courts of appeal all the way up to the supreme, take a long time, and by then you're going to forget all about it. But that is what's at stake here, our freedom and our liberty and our opportunity, it's incredible. It is tyranny for the good of its victims. We're a victim of this tyranny and the saddest part is that you and I sit back and accept this because it comes from someone. That we generally respect and that's Mike Dewine. That's the saddest part. A Pundit told me can you imagine? What conservative talk radio in the media would be doing and the Republican chairman would be doing. If Richard Cordray had been elected. And everything that Mike Dewine did Richard Cordray did exactly the same thing. The Republican chairman would in turmoil rebellion with pitchforks and torches going up the castle walls to criticize Richard Cordray. But can anyone describe to me fairly that what Richard Cordray has done is significantly different would have done then. What Mike Dewine is actually accomplished. With through EMI Acton, whose actions have been declared illegal and unconstitutional, so we'll the potted plants at the news conferences at two o'clock today point out these facts, the doctor Amy Acton and Mike Dolan. Now, let's continue. Coming up sometime after one o'clock today's might ray micro is a bowling proprietor of Madison Bowl. He's a SCHLEP. He's a Schmuck, a regular guy. He's not sitting at the August tables. He doesn't give money to the governor or to the lieutenant. Governor is not a contributory simply runs a business and he wants to know how come gyms are open, and all these other facilities are open, who sit around with Ron roundtables pay to play, but the bowling proprietors and he represents two hundred sixty in the state of Ohio are on the sidelines US coming up in a few minutes, plus your calls five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand. Can you smell when I'm cooking? On newsradio seven hundred w automobile. Happen today to o'clock, but on the other hand it may not happen as you may. Know I sent a missive to the governor. Saying you know what what about bowling alleys. as far as opening they're not Jim specifically, and we have a great bowling structure in the tri-state from Erlanger. Middletown all places in between and Tony Bender loves the his finger, many bowling balls, and he's thrown seventeen three hundred games, which is amazing, seventeen three hundred games, my high scores like twenty five, so there's a whole bowling structure in the tri-state, not being served because they're not Jim I wanted to check in with one of the great proprietors of the tri-state when it comes to bowling, and that is Mike Ray at Madison Bowl and Mike at Madison Bowl. Welcome to the bill, Cunningham, show and Mike Houria. How are you going good? Let's go back in time to like November December. There was a party at Madison Bowl. I found myself they're throwing a ball summer. Someone got a hold of me. You knew somebody and I showed up in congratulated some guy on his fortieth birthday, and it was a party and he was happy. I didn't know who they were, but somebody asked me just to show up. I did because that's the Kinda guy that I am. And it was packed in stock people running around like crazy people having fun. You can't do that anymore. What's happening today here? We are the Middle May Memorial Day weekend. What's happening at Madison Bowl? right now, nothing. We have no. Clue or have had no type of Contact with the governor. None of the centers have. The bowling centers in Ohio were classified as far as tourism and travel tourism. And tourists. Yes so you're saying there's people showing up from Holland now want to come in and tour the inside of Madison Bowls Tourism. We were classified as not as sport. Really, which is one of the first things from the truth the governor's board has bowling centers in travel and Tourism Advisory Group. And there is not one single solitary person from the industry in Ohio on that Board to report to the governor. How much money has your group contributed to the dewine used campaigns? We that'd be zero. Yes we I believe that the governor was doing the right thing when this first started. But to not communicate, and we are one of the only industries that has no say so. We have over two hundred sixty centers in Ohio. We have twenty four centers in Cincinnati, area We have one of the longest existing hall of fame in the area. and. We have no input. We have no clue we haven't talked to a single person. My great how? How will you classified like travel and tourism kind of like kings, island or something? How would you classify with them that I don't think bowling about travel and tourism I was everyone that bowls live with the live within a few miles of their center. No one's traveling from Chicago to come to Madison. Bowl how'd that happen? We have no idea. No, we can't read. We have no idea we have. We cannot get that answer. the The People the Bowling Center Association Associated Ohio Been In contact with the governor and his panels, and we have got no answers from him on that. therefore when we practice social things. It's going to be easy for us. We can go every other lane. You're going to be six feet apart. You've been inside our Boeing Center practice cleaning. We're one of the cleanest places around. But we also are. One of the things you can do when you're six. Hundred and six. We have a large community of people in here. I've I've been in the Bolan history since eighteen. Fifty six. I actually know people in here. That are three and four generations of family. You Bowl Bullets Seymour lanes every now, and then through Bala cynwyd lanes before they closed I might have thrown a ball there. Madison bowl the good old days when my friend Connie jerking ransom bowling center, so how can I I'm not sure what my relationship is with the Governor I. Tell You what I'll send him a message. If I can before two o'clock to say what about the bowling centers because if you're politically connected, you know pay to play you get a lot more grace, a lot more essential activities, then if you're not connected politically and so you guys in the bowling centers two hundred sixty in the state of Ohio. You're not really politically connected. You're just worry about throwing bowling ball's nowhere small small group for a small percentage of business in a hot. But I feel like we're an important one of the more important than apart. Cincinnati and that is important. It's important to you. Is it in your family? I I actually think it's important to the people that boyer. I have been in the bowling center every single day since we closed. And I answer the phone every single day of people looking. When are we going back? Do you have any idea? Do you have any information and I have to tell them now. I can give you. The phone number Marie Thompson. He's the attorney that. You'd aiming acton on behalf of different industries other than yours, and it's been reinstated and those industries which are workout and Jim Areas. And the judge yesterday ruled. Amy Accents behavior unconstitutional and that would apply to you. Yes and again we can social distance because of the way the system is set up in bowling. Easily There's GonNa. Be a compass very easily. In fact, you could open tomorrow, yes. Let me do that similarly because I know, there's other people that are waiting for this to happen. Here's gave a pen and paper I'M GONNA. Give number and his website and I'll tell you what off the air I'll give you his personal cell phone. How about that? That'd be great. His name was Marie Thompson. He can file a quickie motion in front of the judge and Lake County. which has judge, Eugene Lucci and I'm confident, you'd be open. Marie Thompson is his name and I'll tell you what off the air. I don't want to give cell on the air. When. We when we hang up here, you stay on. Don't hang up and give your cell phone and you tell Marie Thompson the attorney for gyms. That that you want to be included essentially. This is what the judge said about the behavior of Amy Acton that. She acted without legislative authorities, she acted arbitrarily and wrongfully. How about this? The general public would be harmed. If an injunction was not granted, there'd be diminishment of public morale in the feeling that one unelected official could exercise such unfettered power to force everyone to obey impermissible, oppressive, vague, arbitrary and unreasonable rules that the director of health devised revised modified in reverse whenever she. She pleased without any legislative guidance. The public will be left with the feeling that their government is not accountable to them. Prolong lockdowns have deleterious effect upon the public psyche. Humans are naturally social beings. Socialization strengthens immunity against disease and benefits psychological health, and went on to say gyms, and all these other things open immediately and I'll tell you what let's I'm going to conclude this and stay on. Hold on. Give you a cell phone number and maybe by the weekend. which is you know beginning tomorrow, you can be included in this and get open. Would that be helpful? That would be fantastic bill. Thank you very much for the time. Hold on! Don't move Mike. Okay stay right there. Okay I'M GONNA. Give Mike his Personal Cell Phone. This is again a circumstance when these August panels get together. If you're connected if you're a contributor, if you're well known on the panel and if you've given money. Then you're on the panel, and if you promised to give money in the future, then you really are on the panel and for the Bowlers of the tri-state. If. You're not connected. You can't get on the panel. And so let's take a short break when we continue. I'm going to go off the air with Mike and give them the personal cell phone of the attorney. Who can get this done? Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham the great American live with you on your behalf, newsradio seven hundred W W, we're. Now I billy, Cunningham, the great American the governor a two five today. During the news once again, the no big deal six days from now. It's going to happen anyway with gyms, etc.. That is not the answer that should be forthcoming. The actions of Ambi acted and the governor had been declared to be unconstitutional illegal illegal right now. They're illegal. One other thing I want to spend three or four minutes with you on this issue then I'm GonNa. Take your calls at five, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand up to two o'clock. And now have a text here from a noted official who says if Amy Acton already had the power? Why did the governor try to this in the budget last year? So this is a little bit. Little Wind and weaving, so stay with me on this. The governor claims he's got the power to declare. In a sense and by executive order a public health emergency declare public health emergency and all political subdivisions, which means counties and cities require their order to remain in effect until he determines the conditions, no longer exist with no input from the House of the Senate or any court. Permit the governor to issue orders as long as he wishes with no end date. Now a year ago. That was the request in March of Twenty one, thousand, nine hundred. Little, over a year ago, things rather flaccid and placid in Ohio. Not much was going on the idea of covert nineteen pandemic was simply a Hollywood movie. It didn't exist in reality so MB. acton contacted the governor's individuals. The code array of. Deputies around the governor and said we want the power to declare INSANA cents martial law by executive order a year ago. And they requested it because they didn't have it. If they already had the power. And March of two thousand and nineteen. They would not have requested from the legislature representative Ninova tally Republican, Forty nine years old, and the Cleveland area went to Franklin University. Ohio state as a facebook posting that says in March twenty, nineteen, the Dewan? Administration released his version of a new bill that had line code in it. That indicated the governor would be given power to declare a health emergency as long as he determined the health emergency needed to be without input from the house or the Senate or from the courts. So in March Twenty nineteen Larry Householder the speaker of the House took that out of the governor's version of the bill. Going to give you that power. So now we are a little over a year later. The governor now is claiming a power. That he did not claim himself, he had and March Twenty nineteen. So if he didn't have it, why didn't you want it included in the law twenty nineteen, and if he didn't have it, then has no power to do it now see what I'm saying. So when the court ruled yesterday. Judge a judge Lucci. That meant that he did not have the power at all to do what he's doing. Well, the potted plants in Columbus hold into account on the issue. If you didn't have the power and March Twenty nineteen, you WanNa do ed to the law and it was rejected. How can you now claim a year later? You had the power in March of Twenty Twenty One and twenty nineteen. You didn't have it and wanted it. It and it was taken out. Can you explain that riddle me that governor dewine well. The potted plants in Columbus ask these kinds of questions. We're in likely I want to get your reaction. We have two lines open and four lines in use. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand pounds, seven, hundred, the new eighteen T. The courts ruled arbitrary illegal unconstitutional. The power exercised by the governor. The fact he said well, it's no big deal. It's no big deal when my actions are unconstitutional illegal. Really. Let's continue billy Cunningham newsradio seven hundred w automobile. Jerry honest. Did you hear the governor say during the news in an interview with Tanya Rock and the power of nine other. The judge was fine. He's fine opening soon. UNQUOTE? Now. To go to the actual, order itself the judge. This is what he said about about amy acting and our behavior. There would be a diminishment of public morale feeling that one unelected person could exercise such unfettered power to force everyone to obey impermissible, oppressive, vague, arbitrary and unreasonable rules that the director of health devised revised modified and reversed, whenever, and as she pleases without any legislative guidance, the public will be left with feelings that their government is not accountable to them. Prolong lockdowns have deleterious effects upon the human psyche. Unquote does. That sound. Governor Dewine. Like judge. Lucci is fine. That's fine. You know what an Emmy acted. That's that not exactly. So once again, the court says one thing. And the Governor says another. Lastly, if the governor had the power, he now claims he has, he would not have requested over a year ago for the legislature to expand his power, so he could control local cities, villages and townships. The governor requested the power in March of two thousand nineteen, and what foresight that was march of twenty, one, thousand, nine hundred of the power because he didn't have it. How could the governor now? Claiming is a power that a year ago. He said I don't have. And the legislature refused change the law to give him the power, and now when the legislature says governor. Let's get together on this thing. And talk about it. He Says No. Then plaintiffs go to a state court. And the judge rules that behavior of Amy Acton, illegal and unconstitutional, and the governor says all that's fine. That's fine. Well? The potted plants in Columbus. Ask him any of these questions starting in twenty minutes. Let's continue now. Take your calls as always. And we'll see what happens. We got Joe Greg, and then Maria Joe Welcome to the bill Cunningham show Joe Houria. Good. Thank you for having me so I'm actually now. Senior at CNN finished my last class genius and Appreciate, an insight into how schools are shining during this pedic. From. Next but from different schools around the GPO and even a few converts schools. Future alive if you're seventeen years old, and you have a feel for what's happening around you if you keep your head forward, but keep looking to the right and the left. You're going to be an American. You're a bomber. Please go ahead. All right so here, saying Expo pretty much around Cincinnati at least. There are two tricks. They're either schools that go completely gung Ho and put it on so much work on some of the students that overwhelming more to appoint like more than how much they would. If it was a normal class that and then other schools are going the route of and we don't really have to do anything. Let's do exactly what's her quiet now. It's saying accepted like we've reached a healthy mix of yup I feel like my classes that really kinda found, and I feel like my really understanding and the ideas chain which I appreciate immensely. I hold on. Verbal? Are you ready to answer some questions? Of course Samaria some questions. I. Do you feel as a young feller? You're in the middle of a pandemic and there's a crisis health happening in Hamilton County. Do you feel that there's a problem? A crisis have pandemic which is once in a lifetime that we're in a crisis right now. I mean. From what I've heard, it's a crisis, but I mean it's not one that I can visibly see so very hard to understand. It's definitely unprecedented time though we're going through especially for the. Well seventeen years old I've never seen anything like this before. I mean we've had. Pandemic like this before I mean, it seems to happen. Every election is, but I mean this is the first one that I can kind of understand, given the severity and how? Like how much we've been lockdown! It's hundred hold on issues and questions. In Ohio If you, take Ohio's population. There's about twelve million. Are you aware of the fact that ninety nine point nine percent of ohioans affected by covid nineteen. I mean that makes perfect sense I. Don't get why round all this lockdown. Secondly, how many ohioans between the ages of six and eighteen have died a covert nineteen, Gimme the role number. Now in Ohio, there's been approximately seven deaths per one hundred thousand, but of the seven Hafer and congregate settings by that I mean nursing homes and prisons, so joe, if you're not in prison or not in a nursing home, the odds of you getting dying cove, covert nineteen or about seven out of one hundred thousand Ohioans, and if you take the age of under thirty how many Americans under thirty? How many ohioans under thirty have died a covert nineteen? Based on their. Sure to be zero zero now if you're not at risk, why are you suspend from attending Saint Ex? That's my question. I don't know. We should be quarantining. Those who are risk not into are not at risk. According to the judicial ruling, I'm reading those two aspects in Ohio Law. That will get you quarantine. Joe If you were. If you found to be infected with a communicable disease, the State of Ohio could quarantine you in isolation for fourteen days. They can require you to tell them. Other persons. You've had contact with and the past fourteen days then this the Department of Health will go to those whom your mom, your dad your. Your brother sisters classmates girlfriend's boyfriend, whatever it is that they go to them, and then they test those ten to twenty people, and if any of them turn up I, use the term infected, then they quarantine those individuals never before in American history, as any department of Health said to twelve million healthy ohioans. You may not leave your home. Is this oppressive? Is this against your rights? And what will you do to stop it? I wouldn't I would do further that oppressive. I would say this is all Mr Heckle I mean honestly this is. This is the makings of a dictatorship. I'm not trying to relate to north. Korea here. We're not getting shot if we dividers, but I mean forcing people to be watching their homes almost like prison is. Barrack I mean it's entirely unnecessary and I mean at the beginning how they said we should. Flat in the curve. Where's the? I I, I can't curve. I've never seen the curve and there still hasn't been I mean I can't curve to this day I. Mean it's just it's oppressive. Here's the order issued against you on March the twenty third quote. This is from acton and the governor quote effective eleven fifty nine PM. March Twenty Third Two thousand twenty. All persons are stay at home or their place of residence, unless they're engaging essential activities so allegedly. You have a person named amy. That orders you and your family to home, incarceration, and none of you have been infected correct. That's correct. Who elected? The acting is no. Nobody nobody exactly nobody. So and when the governor a year ago, before of this began amy, Acton said to Mike Dewine in March of two thousand and nineteen. We need power. To issue executive orders to shut down Ohio in case of a pandemic now. How did they know a year ago? It was going to happen. I have no idea, but the legislature said no governor. We're not gonNA give you that power now a year later. He is saying well. I had the power all along one a year ago. He said he didn't have it and I'm holding my hand. The order of Judge Lucci who said that the decisions of Mb Aktin or arbitrary capricious, not based on fact, illegal and unconstitutional. So if that's the case, what is your governor say? Oh, everything's fine. The the judges okay with what happened. That that is not the truth. Of course. Joe You're going to go to college next year of course. Have you thought about going to deer park high school maybe. Not because. That's a high school and college. Where would you go to college next year if anywhere? I'm not entirely sure I'm interested in law, business and even aerospace engineering so. Daughter to match. I would encourage you to do this I. Know a lot of boys from saying ex like look equally and of course rocky. I tell you folks like you do. Don't do anything productive in your life. You got to be a lawyer. Ensue, everybody make their likewise Israel be an angle shooter. Don't do productive things become an attorney and sue people. Now do you know how you got the name bombers? Not. All right. Let me tell you the story. Nineteen forty, seven, nineteen, forty, eight. There was a quarterback at Santa. High School named George Rodman. Who later in life was found in a bed in Newport when he was a sheriff sheriff of Boone County with a hooker, but that's a different story. At one point. He was a quarterback at San x high school. And he was throwing passes to a to a wide receiver, named Charlie Wolf whose children have been Marty, wolf and Steve Wolff and Johnny Wolf. There's wolves everywhere, so an enquirer story said that George Foreman was throwing bombs to Charlie Wolf who later became Asian on the head basketball coach of the Cincinnati royals. And so when the enquirer story said George Rodman who came back from World War Two and he was a bomber pilot. He was throwing bombs to Charlie Wolf. The administration of say next didn't have a nickname, so they started calling themselves the bombers. Or they I mean it makes perfect sense now. Do you have questions for me about sports, politics, world capitals something that's confused you over the years. not. what kind of lawyer I worry correct? Yeah, I still do a little criminal things I still practice a little bit with Stephen Are Adam stopped by the man. Call the man I like going to court about once every month or two just to say hi to the judge and the prosecutors and I. Don't take serious cases I'd take things small things, and and if I can help somebody I do but. I used to have very active practice did a head about twenty twenty five murder trials, and probably been an hundred and fifty two hundred trials and I spent my law school days going at night and I was a bail of during the day and Lucas. County Commonplace Court with judge. Robert Franklin I swore in witnesses took care of the dockets. Jerry verdicts between eight and four none I went to law school from six to ten. Did that for years. So I! I went to University of Toledo law school, the home of the rockets. Of when I when I. When I first moved there, I didn't penny. I didn't know anybody and I lived at eighty, five, fifty eight. Bancroft I. Then moved thirty five thirty. Alison Parkway apartment number four, then, which seventeen fourteen Alvin Street, then bought our first home at twenty, four, zero, three shelton him forty four thousand dollars, and I left to come back home to Cincinnati I sold it to Dan Bishop also an attorney made a two thousand dollar profit I. I thought, I had all the money in the world. Had nothing else to do came back here I started doing criminal cases, Leslie Isaiah Gains I was in Hamlin County public defender's presenting criminals. And then I opened my own practice, Niehaus claiming and Cunningham Bear Niehaus and Richard Niehaus and Judge Marini House and I was invited to come to the radio and nineteen seventy eight by Randy Michaels and I've been at this station for the last thirty seven years. Of course stores. Your. Credit to seventeen all right well, look if you if you can find your last year and go to deer park high school, you'd be a star deer park, but if not try to go to Xavier University and then try to go there you see or or or maybe maybe Ohio state go to law school, and then come back and practice law and I can tell right now. You would be a fantastic attorney. Qr from your job is your first? Well. It's controlled now by Steven. Adams stopped by the Paul. The man and you got seven years a long work ahead eight years. Yeah, want you're at Saint? Ex got four years of college then three years a law school I doubt I'll be around an eight years at least here, but Stephen Adams will be here, and if you go through that process, I will work hard to get you a job. Either in the Attorney General's office, either with a law firm or Stephen are Adams. allman holds to at. Joe You're a great American and never ever leave the lose the spunk that you have. There's evil in darkness everywhere in the world, but never allow that to permit you to obscure your eyes from all the good things happening all around. You and you're a great American. Your Momma did a great job and Joe God bless America. Pregnancy coming in every. Bomb similar bombs away. Let's continue with more as we continue. Greg and Maria, but the governor's coming up at ten minutes with a potted plants speak in Columbus and ask questions and don't let the governor seven trade everything's fine. 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Bill Cunningham 11-3-2020

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Bill Cunningham 11-3-2020

"You heard about propane. Taxi propane tanks. Propane grill tank. Home delivery service and it's ridiculously easy to order a propane tank delivered right to your door. Now's the perfect time of year to get outside and grill with family and close friends or heat up the patio. Make sure you've got propane for any occasion. Go to propane. Tanks dot com. Use promo code tank ten and your first tank exchanges just ten dollars promo code ten for ten dollar tank exchange. No delivery fees no commitment and no contact propane tanks dot com propane grill tank home delivery promo code tank tan billy cunningham. The great american welcome sample collection days. He already how quickly those four years fly by and the decision being made as we speak is I think historically unprecedented and We have chip gerhard coming up and him county board of elections. He's on one of the one of the chairman of the board is four co-directors. He's one of the four to give us an update. But i was watching this morning. Eighteen sixty four eighteen sixty four honest. Abe was running game against george mcclellan and george mcclellan of course is the democrat and he wanted to resend the emancipation. Proclamation and lincoln had different feelings in an eighteen sixty four. The american people arose in nineteen eighty. Nine thousand nine hundred. And you had a choice between ronald reagan and jimmy carter the peanut farmer and at the end of the race. I was tied seven days to go at the end of the race. The american people said we can't take this anymore. We want the gipper and now here we are some. I don't know forty years later after one thousand nine hundred eighty and once again we have that kind of a stark choice but I wanna have more your comments later on today because yesterday as you may know had many guest on under the leadership of and i i like to talk more than i like to like to listen so i want to hear from you but i chip gerhard. How many county. Board of elections chip. How are you this election day afternoon. How're you doing doing well. Gimme the nuts and bolts a chip gerhard. How many how. Many registered voters are there in hamilton county. How many have actually voted already not counting today. Of course because you don't know the numbers and what's going to be the turnout kinda give me the nuts and bolts. Well there are Six hundred thousand four hundred and one registered voters in hamilton county. And i do have the numbers Today at this point At a time when we eleven fifteen or so Three hundred and thirty eight thousand five hundred and sixty nine votes have been cast per total turnout at this point. Bill of fifty six point three nine percent. Why be precise so fifty. six point. three nine percent have turned out so far and then right now and as far as those left the vote i would assume it was like forty. Three percent left to vote. But of course there's not going to be hundred percent turnout. I'm reading stuff out of columbus and they're talking maybe about an eighty percent. Turnout well it. It's the the day of voting. Bill is We're hearing from all over the county that's There are tremendous lines of their moving quickly but the enthusiasm is obvious. Here in hamilton county We had one hundred sixty six thousand three and forty two Absentee votes Eighty thousand five hundred. Seventy people voted in person early and as of today already nine ninety one thousand six hundred and fifty seven. People have already voted today so we can take like ninety seven today at it on top of the three thirty eight so we're close to four hundred and forty thousand people voted just in hamilton county. That's unbelievable and you got you got many more right. You got santa that's that number that's that's Well it's now as of Eleven eighteen am three hundred and thirty nine thousand five hundred and six people who voted so ninety. This is a running total. The ninety two thousand five hundred ninety four now who have voted today are added that that whole count bill and so let's assume seven thirty pm. Some have talked about an eighty percent turnout which be about my simple math tells me that's four hundred eighty thousand votes which has never happened before hamilton county. But that's very likely to happen. And eighty percent turnout any idea in the last century or so. What's the greatest ever. That's gotta be some talk about nineteen eight. Which of course that was a tr. Just finish his presidency. And here comes william howard taft. He was from cincinnati hamilton county. You may recall. Is this the greatest turnout ever well. It could be the largest we've had in the recent past was seventy five point five percent and that was in two thousand and four and We are racing towards that number. I think we will surpass it today and post towards eighty percent. I agree with you. Geoff garin a house out. How smooth things going where they're going great. The early voting That occurred here in hamilton. County was unbelievable. bill What the staff did. Hear the bipartisan staff. They haven't county board of elections to not only prepare for what they believed a year ago would be a record set in turn out but do it in a time of covid and social distancing was nothing short of remarkable and our staff should be commended and recognized nationally or internationally for pulling off. Something that was that was amazing Today's vote again is It seems to be surging towards an all time record and frankly i hope we get there. I mean the people deserve a chance to vote. Your vote is your voice and Speak up for complaint as my perspective okay. This morning your friend and mine scott. Sloan had on frank larose the secretary of state. He's in charge of all eighty eight to county board election and he was talking about eight pm. Is going to be the time by what you would expect each of the eight boards of election. An ada counties to release the tally of those who have voted absentee. Those who voted in person and so We're talking about three hundred thousand or so just in hamilton county. Which is going to be. An incredible number never happened before are you. Confident is one of the one of the co directors of md county board of elections comply with that and by eight o'clock tonight. You're going to have the results of about fifty six percent of of the voters of hamilton county. Well we will have It won't quite be fifty six because that number includes today ballots today but The approximately two hundred and forty seven thousand ballots that were cast early We're confident that we will have those Tabulated and the returns Put out to the public by about eight pm tonight so it will be you know. Fifty plus percent of the vote will have been counted by about eight o'clock. And does your tell you how that's going to lean republican democrat independent. Too you know. Is there a breakdown available of those registered to vote. How many may i use the term. Two hundred fifty thousand breezy figure. And what's the breakdown. The and he's numbers are a couple of days old but they give you a proportionate example of of turn out as of the end of business yesterday about eighty two percent of all registered democrats had already cast a ballot for at the same time about fifty people. Four percents of registered. Republicans cast their ballots and then about thirty percents of those that weren't affiliated with either party had cast a ballot and just put it in proportion again at the end of business. Yesterday this is round figures about seventy nine thousand. Democrats had cast their ballot about thirty five thousand. Republicans had cast their ballots in about one hundred and twenty seven thousand moms and cast their ballots so The the the what you should watch. I think there will be a skew to democrats in the first counting at about eight. O'clock probably heavily skewed towards democrat and as the night goes on. I think you'll see it. close throughout the evening and Republicans will be taking up ground as the day goes on so seventy nine thousand democrats early vote thirty five thousand pubs early vote and one hundred twenty seven thousand independent early vote but of course there will be many democrats who will vote for trump and obey me many republicans that will vote for biden. So it doesn't necessarily mean there's going to be a forty four thousand vote margin but that's rough fragrant i i would assume over. Ninety percent of democrats gonna vote for biden and over ninety percent of republicans gonna vote for trump one hundred twenty seven thousand. You don't know where they are because it will vote in primaries which means you don't know if they skewered democrat or republican but i would think probably democrat because you know our counties become not purple but a blue county so we're talking of the two hundred forty seven thousand. That have voted. The great majority have been independence. In fact there's more independence voted early then. Democrats republicans put together correct. But the interesting thing. Though is that you know. The democrats pushed hard to get their voters whether registered democrats or democrat inclined voters to vote early and yet and my my first number was incorrect. And it's one hundred and thirty two thousand Vote nonce voted already that accounting for only thirty percent of the total so you know getting the dynamics of the push among democrats to vote early versus republicans because of day of you might be a little read into that bigger that there are a lot of republicans. Vote votes out there. Still that are voting today among those that are not affiliated with a party so the two hundred forty seven thousand voted early. Forty seven voted early and so if another today if by the close of business today you would anticipate another two hundred and fifty thousand people voting. Which would be an absurd number because if we have six hundred thousand registered and if eighty percent vote that's four hundred eighty take two hundred and fifty four hundred. That's two hundred and thirty thousand. So mike quick deer park man tells me there's still about two hundred and thirty thousand people to vote today to add it to the two hundred and forty seven to get close to a number like four hundred and seventy five to four hundred eighty thousand. That would be eighty percent that would be the all-time high was seventy five percent and twenty four and that's a huge number and to surpass that you'd have to have another two hundred and twenty five thousand or so voters vote today. Your crystal ball says the majority would be republican. Well i don't know about a majority. I just think that You you may see a bigger. Republican turnouts Day of than than people might have expected so the experts. I'm watching all. The shows lasted by the way i was one of the weird guys. I'm up at one twenty. In the morning. I felt an allegiance toward the trumpster. And i wanted to watch him in grand rapids michigan. A finished up at one twenty am. I'm sure you were in bed. And then when i got up this morning i barely slept. I got up this morning. He's live on fox and friends for forty five minutes starting about seven fifteen. Am in other words. He didn't sleep at all in the expert. Said that georgia. North carolina. Florida and ohio. Those four states. Of course the president must win all four to be launched a second term but those are four states that will report all their early votes within an hour of the polls closing and so i would think by eight thirty pm or nine pm tonight. If georgia north carolina. Florida and ohio are trending the right direction. That would be a positive for the president. But if the president would lose ohio or florida or north carolina or georgia which we should know by nine pm tonight the direction at said it is going to be completely different outcome. And we'll see what happens with chip gerhard I mean it's amazing. You know the people's judge penny voted down there about a week or ten days ago. I was shocked and amazed at the smoothness of the operation. Took a total of about ten minutes to walk in the back of that one building and then it through. I didn't go with her. Then a for on the other side of the building. It was amazing how smooth things are imagine. A philadelphia ran smoothly and county. Wouldn't that be a good thing. And yes it would. And i would urge you and all your listeners. Billion go to a vote hamilton. County ohio dot gov and you can watch live results as as we have sat here bill and spoken another are two thousand or so people. I can't remember the first number. I gave you Voting this is chip. You're saying this afternoon. And this is like unprecedented but people are voting in large numbers all over hamilton county. Right right ninety five thousand one hundred and nineteen people already today. Let me say. Let's say let's say nunes the cutoff ways. So would you anticipate that the least the same number will vote in the next seven and a half hours. I would think so. Yeah that's over. Two hundred thousand votes so we're getting. Yeah pushing two hundred thousand additional votes to that. I can go well. Let's let's see what happens. I know where your political loyalties lie but nonetheless To run smooth is is critical to the functioning democracy. We seek to have but yeah. This is one of the great examples of of a bad parts of Teamwork and hot. We can pull off a great election and it couldn't happen with both democrats without them saying republicans imagine if that was the attitude in washington. How much we could get done more. That's us brother. jim gerhard. you're a great american and thank you for coming on the bill cunningham. Show thank you thanks. God bless america. Let's continue with more about these numbers. Hamilton county is to heart the beach. The tri state. And there's about two point. Two million who live in the so-called metro the seven counties in kentucky four in indiana and the rest in ohio and There's eight hundred eight hundred and twenty five thousand residents six hundred thousand registered registered to vote. And we're talking about an eighty percent turnout which has never happened before in hamilton county. So we'll see what occurs and we'll follow this all day. I only get reports from you as an american especially in warren county and butler county and og lace county and canton bone and campbell county in switzerland county in dearborn county. And what's happening. What are your experiences. I want to hear from you yesterday. Sheriff dave told me. I had way too many way too. Many guests on that was under the old leadership of match diamond. I want to spend more time with you. So i need live reporters in the field to tell me what's happening at your polling places. We encounter the arguments of the left and we try to bring american to the light of a better day. so let's continue with more bill cunningham. The great american once again at your home of the bengals proud to say they're off sunday but what they beat the steelers in pittsburgh and launched themselves into the playoffs into the super bowl at all begins a week from sunday. On newsradio seven hundred. I'll let you get into this. You and i been together now since one thousand nine hundred eighty three on the radio and some of the greatest joys in life is when someone comes up to me a young man or young woman and says you know. I've listened to you since. I was a kid and now i have a mortgage. I got three kids of my own. I'm working and i feel a level of comfort. When i hear you on the radio that everything's gonna be okay and i said well. Thank you the best thing you can say over. The last nearly forty years is that. I've been frank i've been honest hopefully been entertaining. And hopefully i've developed. Among the tri-state residents idea is to the foundations of conservatism. That sometimes is not applied by republicans. Like george bush forty three got us into these endless wars. That cost all this money. That's not being a republican and so in this election cycle. It's happening right now. You have to be an informed voter. I know everyone says you gotta vote. You got gotta vote. You got vote today. Well say you don't have to vote today. A non vote is like vote. Which is you're satisfied with the way things are or secondly you're not up on what's happening in other words you're ignorant and let's face it. Each of us are ignorant about different things. Aren't we absolutely each of us are ignorant simply about different things. And so if you're today are not sure at this point who to vote for if you're uncertain what the platform positions are of liberal. Democrats are conservative. republicans. You'd be better off not the vote today because you don't know what the hell you're doing which is fine with me. I have little knowledge of plumbing. I've little knowledge of electrical issues. In fact this morning. I had somebody over from wingate and called chris. Wingate send somebody over for a little plumbing difficulty. I had in the house to care of it. I wish i had the ability as a plumber to do what happened today. In my house with tyler and it didn't happen. Because i didn't have that expe expertise so i call somebody else. We're all stupid but just about different things. All of us need help in one way or another. So if you're a you're a voter who feel a civic responsibility to vote but you're kind of a dumb ass when it comes to voting. I would encourage you not to cancel. The ballot of someone is informed republican or democrat liberal or conservative. Don't vote if you don't know what the hell you're voting for if you wake up this morning and said is that this tuesday or next tuesday you might be a dumb ass when it comes to voting in which case i would urge you not to cancel out the ballot of a trump or biden voter. Who took times to study the issues and voted in my world. The world of the founding fathers of lincoln and reagan and roosevelt. You cast a ballot. You don't vote by casting a ballot. That's a process that is citizens we go through to determine what the vote for what not to vote for who to vote for and why to vote for him. I of liberal democrats who are my friends and they. I'm sure gonna vote for biden. And i may try to dissuade them one way or another then may try the same thing with me but at the end of the day h of us are informed and we vote and so unlike everyone else in the media that says go vote. If you don't know what you're voting for or against and don't know what the hell's going on don't cast cancel out the ballot of someone who's informed and other words if you're a dumb ass stay home and don't vote now secondly in my life which has gone back at least on the radio. This is my tenth presidential election. Normally our little section of the world here controls what happens in washington up to this point. Ohio has been a key part of every republican whose got to the oval office or democrat. One obama won ohio twice. He was in when clinton won ohio twice. He was in and for any reason. Biden wins ohio or florida or georgia or north carolina. Which we're gonna know those results largely by eight or nine o'clock tonight then binds gonna win the presidency and he doesn't have anything on his own part to give to us as a democrat. When in iowa and then new hampshire and then nevada you might recall. He's the only presidential candidate in american history to lose those three primaries or caucuses and still be the nominee. Because what happened. And i was pete. Buddha judge he won iowa and the thought was wait. A minute we can't let this guy be the nominee of the democrat party. Not because he's gay. Rick for example the rick grenell who's a homosexual activists who is a conservative Of course gay. And i'd vote for that guy in a heartbeat. That guy's wonderful. You can't take a small town mayor from the second hometown. Rocky boy man. South bend indiana and make him the president. But he won iowa and new hampshire senator bernie sanders hell. He won new hampshire grandpa's and democrat party. Said you know what we can't let us socialist and avowed socialist. Be the nami. The democrat party so then we got to nevada and hell bernie sanders one nevada and biden finishing in the top. Three then panic set in. And they're thinking okay. This guy in office right now. donald john. Trump is a real conservative republican. That's empowering individuals and families and local communities. We can't have this so we gotta find somebody to be the nominee of our party and has got to be in south carolina so in south carolina. Enough is enough. We can't put up pete. Buddha judge we can't put up elizabeth warren. We can't put up bernie sanders. Who do we got. You look around and said hey about that babbling idiot over there named joe biden. Can we hide him long enough to get him elected. The answer was with the cooperation of their media. Of course they can so they quickly bought off paid off or whatever buddha judge sanders and warn said. look you're not going to be the nominee. We're not gonna let that happen. Clyburn does what kleiber doesn't south carolina and all of a sudden here. It is joe biden then the democratic chieftains big tech wall street. They cleared the field and said okay. We have to sell this guy. He's got the obama shine left in the democratic. Primary obama knew enough about him not to endorse joe biden because he knows in fact. It's been well reported that oh biden. That obama told biden. Joe don't do this. Don't do this joe. Don't do this. Joe biden should have said to joe biden. Joe you're seventy seven years old multiple brain surgeries. You're losing it. Joe biden should've said to joe. Joe don't do this. But because of the complicity of the mainstream media which is not covering the decline mentally and physically of joe biden. He was able to get the nomination and from their perspective. Thank god for covert nineteen that way. He can't campaign and as a consequence the media will cover form and they'll only gonna cover trump. they won't cover biden. We might be able to sneak. This thing out last night was a tip. As i as i said with chip gerhard on at least in television and told one twenty. Am this morning. I feel so strongly emotionally politically about this guy. And i have such respect for him that i couldn't leave not watching him through one twenty a. m. this morning and grand rapids michigan. It was emotionally for me. And then this morning. When i got up fox and friends i put them on the radio. He's on tv again. The the guy is indefatigable. Imagine five just yesterday seventy four years old recovering from covid nineteen. He travelled two thousand miles five rallies. Each one taking one and a half to two hours five rallies. Five different states and finished one twenty. Didn't basically sleep this morning at all. And it's still doing national media interviews and joe biden on the other hand gave his final summation last night about nine o'clock head to get the bed and he was waving to the assembled crowd of eighteen people. He stumbled off to the left side of the stage. There is no stairs to take him down and he's and he's looking around left and look at around right and he looks stunned. Confused about worry was. And what am i supposed to do now. Then his wife walks onto the stage from the side. He was supposed to leave and she. She touched his shoulder and he was stunned and turned around like somebody just woke him up and she let him by the hand off stage. That's the guy. The democratic party put up to be their nominee just like they put up hillary clinton they put up joe biden and how anyone could look at that scene. The media was covering. Can you imagine if the opposite was true. And if joe biden was the charismatic vibrant candidate and donald trump was stumbling and fumbling trying to find. Words can't read a teleprompter. don't know what state is and don't know what office is running for. Mrs millions and billions has no idea what the differences they'd be on him like their on ronald reagan and nineteen eighty-four. He was too old to be the president. So the only way that america wins and keeps a president in office that believes in the foundation of our country as opposed to many democrats who hate america. They don't like the way we were formed. They don't like the founding. Fathers abraham lincoln. They don't like that stuff. They don't want americans to be self reliant then like the idea of you having your own money your own job your own savings account that they think of you as a subject and not a citizen. I'm a citizen damn it. I'm not a subject to anybody. My rights come from god guaranteed by government. They don't come from. Government guaranteed by democrats. The only way we win is if there's a surge. I sat on my twitter account. Not a red wave but a red soon nami so that it is so obvious that we reject the politics of the radical left. We reject what's happening. In every major american city controlled by democrats. Which is riots and mayhem. It's even infected little cincinnati. Well we gotta put up boards and fences around the courthouse for fear of the left. Wingers trashing our city once again. It's incredible they're saying that. If you don't choose joe biden we're going to send out the leftist mob to loot burn steel rob shoot and beat up cops. That's what they're saying. You vote our way otherwise. We're coming after you that's as close to extortion is i. Can imagine and democrats have the power to say. Stand down. don't do that doesn't happen. In fact they blame conservatives. They after report in the media. Well maybe it's possible. Maybe we're going to have. We're going to have donald. Trump supporters are gonna trash. Ot are really when i go to tr. I see signs imply with it. Says black lives matter. It doesn't say white supremacist matter. It says black lives matter often owned by white americans on my de stores. We deserve the american tradition of peaceful calm elections and the votes and the ballots accepted by the american people by by the opposing party. Not boarded up windows. Closed down stores telling you all you need to know about the modern american way of life and when trump was elected they never accepted. They said we're going to investigate them. We're going to get them out of offers. Were going to arrest them. We're gonna impeach him. We're going to destroy him and through all of that. The president stood firm. It's amazing if you're in washington. Dc new york city chicago. Cincinnati to some minor extent barber shops hair salons department stores box retailers restaurants banks just blocks away from the capitol and white house covered imply would because they fear what the democratic storm to persuade do. Should the president win tonight. Possible repeat of the violent looting and riots and robbery that took place for months every now and then right wingers act up every now and then the great majority of time. It's the left and still left doing it but we have to pretend and take stupid pills and actress. We gotta be careful. Maybe the losing side may act up. I don't see a lot of individuals from covington or mason acting up or batavia or bethel going to burn down bethel. I don't see much of that happening. Now let's continue. Let's take some calls and these are special unique times and i have great apprehension as to what's being accomplished. The left believes that illegal aliens should get medical care and support by the government and you should not the left believes that abortion is a sacrament. The left believes that cop should be defined to fund it. The left believes that criminals should be let out of jail waiting for trials. That many times never happened because of covid. Nineteen and mass of lawlessness operate. A business in downtown when number one. You have to deal cova nineteen number. Two you've got to deal with government ordered shut down in blue cities and blue states and number three have to deal with riots interfere writings going to break out of what of unhappy biden supporters. And we have to take stupid pills is to imply that both sides do it. We'll both sides. Don't do it so let's get your calls next him. Sheriff dave says. I should take more calls. So i'm going to do it and We'll go to tom. And beth. And karl anderson and adam and indianapolis and We have three lines open five. Three seven four nine seven thousand pounds seven hundred eighteen t i have some texan emails from some including lawrenceburg and they placed the vote in lawrence bargains at willie sports cafe and lawrence bargain. It's packed and stacked according to steve washing machine plus according to michelle schneider indian hill is doing the same thing doing a doing a box office business and according to shell schneider the turn out in warren county is very heavy. A better be if it takes an hour. Takes two hours takes three days. How much is this country where to you. We're not socialist. I'm proud of my country. We don't burn the american flag. I'm never heard. Usa usa chanted at a democratic gathering. in fact it's it. Tried not to be chanted and they wanna change the pledge of allegiance which by the way joe biden can't even recite so. Let's continue with more apprehensive. But i i believe that we get the government we deserve and that often worries me. Let's continue with more bill cunningham. Your calls are next on news. Radio seven hundred. Wnw cincinnati general dynamics has supported our nation's exploration of space for the last sixty years now gdp combining the latest technology innovations to deliver enterprise scale it systems for a new era of space missions. We secure today imbedding resilient cyber solutions into every aspect of the mission and we prepare for tomorrow to preempt risk digital modernization networks cyber shared services an artificial intelligence. Gd propelling the art of the possible. Visit ddat dot com slash. Space day. i would fall one dog. Brown one at the door does bad. Let's now from the american people. I loved so well and served so long. This is our tenth presidential election together. Beginning in nineteen eighty-four. Those who oppose trump on the hollywood elitist. Those who do the morning television talk shows. Abc nbc and cbs. All across the board ninety nine point nine percent. Those are right the editorial pages of all the big city newspapers the wall street crowd which is funded joe biden because they know he can be easily manipulated and rich folks because they know they're bred. Ob butter the right way. With the democrats not the republicans. The parties have switched completely. Wanna look the hollywood left. Look at university elite. Look at those who run the television shows. Those who do most of the late night shows the afternoon shows. The morning shows the all the academia. I look at opposing him. Ninety nine point nine nine percent and those on the other side tend to be average men and women who simply want to keep more of their own money and have freedoms given by god protected by government. who imagine what what's happening to freedom of speech on college campuses. You can't you can't express yourself you'll be beaten down what's happened to freedom of religion. Obama wanted to make sure that nuns had to get birth control pills. It's ridiculous so when you see nuns and praised trump rallies is not because they agree with the lifestyle that he led before he got to the presidency. I'm sure they don't agree with that. It's about religious freedom and freedom of the press the ability of the fcc to crack down on those issuing dissenting viewpoints and opinions defunding. Police having prosecutors elect finan rucker. Who's not joe. Jody eaters is the prototypical prosecutor of hamilton county. Who deserves to be returned to office to keep us safe. Talk to police officers. Not one please. Group has endorsed joe biden. Because he wants them all defunding wants them out of business more. Chaos number of large american cities all controlled by democrats. Now cannot be lived in the big city. Schools cannot be attended if you have some other choice because of the lack of educational standards. How many good paying jobs created an inner cities. The answer is none one of the shocking things not covered by the media. Then i'm gonna go to the calls. Got tom carl. Lisa melissa got to get shocking. And it was brought home to me again when i read the history of eighteen sixty four when it looked as if the north was about to give up and have a peace deal with the south. That'd be the end of it. Guy named george mcclellan was running against abraham lincoln eighteen sixty four by this point lincoln. The republican done the emancipation proclamation. He wanted to win the war. Its keep america together. The democrats of their day much like the democrats of today wanna use an abuse african americans for their personal benefit. Eighteen sixty four george. Mcclellan platform was blood. Vote for me and we're going to do a peace deal with the south. Let them go on their own. The democrats they wanted to continue to maintain slavery in the south. of course. that's what democrats did for one or two hundred and so he also said he wanted to repeal the emancipation proclamation so he said vote for me and we'll let the south go their own way all the democrats. Well fortunately tecumseh the great german sherman general two months earlier broke through the lines in atlanta crushed. Atlanta began the march to the sea. There was media coverage of it at the time. So the american people said okay. The war is going to end so they rejected the idea of the democrats and eighteen. Sixty four of keeping slavery in the south brutalizing african americans killing number raping them separating their families eighteen sixty four and the republican one so after little history lesson after eighteen. Seventy six disputed election. The democrats said okay. We'll let you be the president. Eighteen seventy six. The republican would be the president. Tilden was running down point against Against rufford behaves but on one condition the end the republicans said okay. What are we gotta do. Your democrats say okay. We'll let you be the president but guess what all federal troops out of the south. We wanna dude blocks. What we've always done to blacks. Eighteen seventy six. What happened rather behave. Takes the presidency. Tilden steps down. Federal troops are withdrawn from the south given rise the ku klux klan to lynchings brutalization of black folks. That's the history of the democrat party. It's awful ku klux klan members. The democrats marching all over washington with woodrow wilson office democrat. He was a racist allowed. The ku klux klan dominate politics. And when it came to appoint justices the supreme court. Fdr appointed hugo black. A member of the ku klux klan. When it came time for the democrats in the senate and the nineteen eighties. They put up a robert k. K. k. bird you'll be the majority leader the democrat and the united states senate because he was a member of the clan and so even today look at the status of black folks in the urban areas every two to four years. Democrats say vote for me. And i'll set you free. We'll take care of all your needs. Guess what year. After year after democrats do today the black folks what their one hundred year grandparents great grandparents did in the south for two hundred years brutalized. Black folks the worst place to be. If you're a black american right now is in the inner city jobs crime cost food deserts. Whatever it is and the democratic party is smart and buying off the leadership of african americans in every city with good jobs and perks so that the leaders will speak to the flock to keep them in line. And i see it happening on a regular basis and it sickens me to look at the status of african americans and the way their masters. The democratic party treats them the year because their behavior is so disreputable. They wanna blame the other side for their conduct and they get away with it. Goes to compliant media doesn't respond. They don't respond at all so whether it was the ku klux klan. Whether it was george mcclellan whether it was slavery whether it was the middle passage whether it's failing public urban schools food deserts whatever it might be from sixteen nineteen until today. There's been one consistent political party destroying the black family black education and that's the democratic party. And when you step out of line from that and you're black whether you're clarence thomas some rapper. Kanye west all hell's going to break loose if you step out of line and start questioning. What the democratic party has done to black folks for the past three to four hundred years right now. Sheriff dave knows ran. The cancel culture in anything relative. Vestiges of discrimination has got to be cancelled whether it was black face. The movies put together by democrats in hollywood. Whether it's re- remembrances of the ku klux klan or the monuments and statues democrats confederate generals. That's got to be cancelled. The one constant entity of the brutalization of black folks for three to four hundred years has been the democratic party. And even today you will find in the city. Cincinnati probably eighty five to ninety percent of black folks. listening to their leaders are going to vote for democrats. Vote for me. And i'm going to set you free and it doesn't happen. It didn't happen in eighteen sixty four. It didn't happen in eighteen seventy six. It didn't happen in one thousand nine hundred twelve. It didn't happen. One thousand nine sixty four and sixty five when the civil rights act passed only because the republicans overcame the democratic filibuster. It didn't happen in the late. Nineteen eighties nineteen ninety s k. k. k. k. bird was selected by ted kennedy to be the leader of the democratic senate. And it's not happening today. When the same conditions exist or get worse every time black folks vote for a democrat. It gets worse and worse and worse and worse it's non covered and if you stat line like ken blackwell or clarence thomas or a kanye west all hell breaks loose on you. You're called everything but a white man because you stepped out of line and if you think for yourself your call the oil cookie or your called some other disgusting racial name. Jim crow whatever. It might be to shut you up and get you back in line so that you keep the democratic party in charge. Which have brutalized black folks for three to four hundred years and i haven't seen any change in my lifetime anywhere. The democrats have been charge in fact when they're in charge. It has riots mayhem in looting that hurts the group of individuals living in those communities there may be five hundred to a thousand riders who looted and burned downtown cincinnati five hundred thousand in hamilton county. There's about a quarter of a million black folks living justin hamilton county and five hundred to a thousand of them one in destroyed communities where they live drive-thru roselawn drive through avondale. And what do you see evanston check it out. That's after and cincinnati's case a half century a democratic rule and that's what you end up with no point there's any democrat. su sustain. Fashion improved a lot of black folks. Whether it's detroit or cleveland or columbus or covington or cincinnati lexington portland. Look what's happening in portland or seattle or los angeles or new york or baltimore atlanta. It's incredible to watch and it goes on after year after year after year would no measurable results of a positive character but when something happens they quickly blamed the other side for engaging in their behavior and the media being lapdogs simply comply got me all pissed off so when the trumpster says. I've done quite a bit black america. He's attacked viciously by the media. And then they call out barack hussein obama who went into office little or no money and left with two hundred million dollars to attack him for not doing enough for the racial climate in this country when he was in charge for eight years. Joe biden has been in charge in a sense for fifty years. The long the democrats run city the more it looks like portland or chicago or detroit or cleveland. That's what it looks like. Cincinnati has been largely saved a little bit because of charlie lukin roxanne qualls and john cranley their traditional democrats. They're not the left-wing brown shirts of the democratic party. Burning burning stuff down. That's not them. And this is ninety. Nine point nine percent of black folks would not think about trashing or ruining their own community but the storm troopers will so right now. Some acceptable boarded up when those closed down stores food deserts and democratically controlled cities because the democrats have been in control. And there's no movement whatsoever by the media or by anyone else to put the democratic philosophies for three hundred years under the hot white lamps of objectivity determine whether or not these policies have actually worked to the benefit of black folks. The costs continue to skyrocket. The results continue to fall and more and more get out and soon as they can leaving behind more needing government services at higher and people can't put up with it. Now you got me all pissed off. And that's what's happening and when someone steps up and says wait a minute. The president said let's incentivize individuals at the astoria black colleges and universities through more money spent. That's what this president did the average income whatever it might be high employment rates less government assistance. Democrats hate to hear those in terms much like george mcclellan in eighteen sixty four or the slave masters who wrongfully committed one of the greatest human atrocities and history which was the slave trade controlled completely by the democratic party. Fought like crazy to keep it and still fight today to subjugate black folks. There was never an examination as to why the democratic philosophies in every major american city looted and burned whether it's minneapolis or kenosha or seattle. Whether those is anyone ever say why do these policies fail. What is the reason. Let's take a short break. The line becomes available. We got thousands on. I gotta get to the calls. We've got lisa and carl and tom. Jim and melissa dwayne and If a line becomes available at you never does five one. Three seven four nine seven thousand after two o'clock in having rob sanders and I i just fear that we're in a very difficult position. We've had a president who believes in american values who loves loves his country. A good chunk of the political left hates america. Wants it to fail and when the major cities fall which major city now would you like to go visit or living about seattle new york portland san francisco los angeles chicago. Detroit cleveland You want to go there. The red states are working and recovering. The blue states are going the opposite direction. Much like europe by the way europe which had massive lockdowns and masked requirements did out for months. Now they're back into the second or third wave locking down again shutting down again because they're basically democratic socialist to in europe. They fit nicely into the model of downtown cleveland or downtown portland. Whether there's riotings we're going on for four months that the whole cities are in a collapse mode. they're collapsing. The only hope is to sweep all branches of government to go borrow trillions of dollars to pay down the debts of the cities in blue states. The red states are working. The blue states are in collapse especially the city's out of the engine that drives the finances. Nobody black white polkadot or otherwise. We'll want to live in any congressional district and a democratically controlled city or state. Try visiting downtown chicago to see what you fine. That's coming to america at the trumpster loses done. Let's let's take your calls one twenty-five bill cunningham. The great american live with the bengals. The home of america by the way. How often do you hear. Usa usa at a democratic rally. You'll see flags burned. You won't see. America complimented newsradio seven hundred. W all right. Now time for action. It's time to muster all of our energy every ounce of us every ounce of hope and optimism and enthusiasm every ounce of fear and frustration and discouragement. Now is the time to show up and vote like this country depends on it because it does allow go on broadcasting that's lady gaga kind of having a redneck with a bigger she was in pittsburgh pennsylvania and lady gaga wants to speak to a woman and mason about vote for the cadre me. It does can be. I got a headache already. Happy election day. Well he this is it. Well wait a minute now. This may not be at the speed of throw begin the process. This may only be the day of dave one of one. I'm not thinking about concession. Speech your acceptance speech yet Hopefully you will be only doing one of those two and you know winning is easy. Losing is never easy never me. It's not. That was the president today and virginia talking to the faithful segment. Today the american dream will be confirmed or a nightmare shall begin. Are you aware of my twitter account. That i sent out late last night to the masses of individuals who listen love me yes. My twitter account said the following which has gathered about thousand responses surprise. So little i. I said last night when at all said and on our time has come the moment is here to redeem the promise of our constitution. The sacrifices of our military we must vote not causing red wave but rather read sue nami that washes away doubt any doubt as to the winner. Jobs versus mobs capitalism vs socialism trump versus biden. Choose but choose wisely. Well we'll see what happens because ohana ohana ohio should be in the bag. Kind of like biden is in the bag with aoc. I'm telling you now that segment if you told me something disturbing at rile. Somebody called us this morning and said that the place was packed and he was going home so i hope the guy went back on home. Well i mean going home. i guess. American soldiers in the ditches of her done today go home. I don't think so. The soldiers at iwo jima. Oh pork chop hill. Do they go home now. Guys didn't turn this a little bit. Tough i'm going back guys at home. Ah-ha beach and utah. Beach didn't turn around so whoever that was called back give me his license. Plate in the home of the raiders. I'll go after him like boone county and the home of the rebels. Not names gotta go to the boy but what else is election in a long long long time and the character of the country in my views literally on the ballot. What kind of country. We're going to be four more years of georgia. Georgia go to find ourselves in a position. Where if trump gets elected Trying to be Going to be in a different world. Also last george george george. Short spot is what the president's mental dane donald it was donald porsche and george trump. Oh okay i see. And joe's mind is like george within said earlier is running for the senate. I'm running as a proud democrat for the senate career he is. Oh this is how it happened. I talked to a democratic chieftain. Told me that this is the problem. We had okay. You have iowa. The so-called caucuses pete. Buddha judge won the caucus. That's rocky boy front from south bend. Indiana voted for the democratic chieftain. And said you know we can't have this guy. Then you go to new hampshire who wins the democratic socialist. Your friend bernie sanders. We can't have him. Then they go to nevada said nevada. Guess what bernie sanders win vada. It's like oh my god feel the burn. Now we're going to south carolina and the democrats got together and say we can't have the buddha judge character we can't have worn. We can have harris sanders again. Have afc so who we got. Let's look around to find a putz who's plots biden buying right there. Yeah we only sell them if the media uncovering right so we got. We got a putz and willie. They had so many candidates on the democratic side. They had more democrats are running into the reds got on their roster. Yeah remember we run of against the senator who is a mormon the governor. I put them on the mormon guy. What's his name. Oh rondi ron ron. What's his name was the governor of massachusetts. Then he was the senator as you know from youtall. He's mormon guy. No one ever heard of mitt romney. I dunno now liens and so they got a putz in nevada empty vessel. They will pour the thoughts of nancy. Pelosi chuck schumer. She was part of our culture. Yes we wear those notorious b. I g t shirts with a lot of pride but since she passed there are parents reading their children that she helped their lives in concrete. Yet immeasurable ways. All i can say is that he. He had some good music. Yeah notorious b. I g. I'm not sure that's who she was referring to. I don't think so either but katherine harris. Emma sorry come all harrison's not related to catherine airs yourself to florida but she. Her father was from jamaica. Who said she would be. Ill equipped to become a president. That's her father. Her mother's from india a great nation. I love indians especially. Dr lasts me some marco. I love her then. She was raised in canada but she claims to be an african-american through jamaica india and canada speaking an african dialect the other day. I'm looking at this. She's like one of characters and star trek that can morph a shape shifter just morph into something that she needs to be and she will become but tonight segment. Inner friend and mine. Sean compton as you know runs newsnation on wgn. And i will be on newsnation tonight. And i'll give source for news new chances i will be there. I'll be tuned in about that by the way. Just got a text here from captain greer in butler county. Oh who works under the tutelage of your good friend and mine. Put your hand over your heart when you say this name. Richard k jones saint go yennin. Halloween talked to the sheriff this morning and said he's got at least two votes for president. So sheriff jones jones may be a write in candidate dat but he told me also. He's concerned about his reelection butler county. Because the write in vote whether i'm just saying covert has taken this year. Just an outbreak is taking more than one hundred year. Look here's a lives. it's just it's about. I wish he would. I wish you would think about it. the segment lastly. Oh go ahead. What the president to one twenty-one am grand rapids michigan. I'm sitting there. I would not leave my easy chair until he completed his final speech in grand rapids. Okay about four hours earlier. Joe biden completed some bullcrap remarks. He couldn't read off a teleprompter properly. Yeah and he. There was an when he got done being. Honk the horn single. He talks to the left of the stage. Which has no stairs ramps to take you down okay. He's stuck he's looking around like what. What am i supposed to do his wife. Jill comes from the right side of the stage walks over the other side kind of taps him on the shoulder. He looks startled like he just got woken up start shaking. His wife takes him by the sleeve and walk off stage. That's the guy. That's going to be sitting across from kim jon or putin or president. Gee that's the guy representing american foreign policy who drools. He don't even know where he's going on state. Elliot's that's why the the chieftains the big tech. The media companies the academics. All the smart people. But you wouldn't be the democratic nominee because he's a putz will have the stooge. Report is a proud service over your local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers task star quality. You could feel in cincinnati combing garrett one eight eight eight nine nine six h a c settle texture from our sales staff. She said i did. Vote for sheriff richard k jones for president it could be a groundswell as a rising. Wow we're gonna vote for him for sheriff and then i'll vote for him for president both look outside you see the ground swell. Yeah i can tell. Go ahead Willy let's see a gold glove winners announced tonight both The reds catcher tucker barnhart and leftfielder shogo akiyama among the finalists. Former voice of the reds. Al michaels up for the twenty twenty one ford frick award to got his start right here. That's correct let's see What else is going on here. Oh let's see The bearcats university of cincinnati bearcats have announced that they will start the basketball season without fans and fifth third arena. I'm only permit fans in the arena at a later date. If they determine it is safe to do so as long as a democratic area will never be safe. And then by the way. Bob cole hap- jeff wyler got that done. Remember about three weeks ago. There was going to be no crosstown. Shootout right. bob cole. For xavier jeff wyler for uc med in executive session. Call it in the ad's including my distant cousin john cunningham ucla and get it done voice. Gentlemen my name's on the court here aller said my name's there we're gonna play the crosstown shootout and so finally at the end of the day. Athletic director greg. Christopher and my good friend. John cunningham said we're getting orders from coal hep and wyler and got it done. Play it play the go louisville kentucky or plan day. After christmas and brianna taylor's riders would allow them to happen You wanna get the latest six rated Uc bearcats tonight. Willie in football. You got the luke fickle show on. Espn fifteen thirty at eight o'clock Purdue and wisconsin canceled this weekend in college football because of rising numbers of covid nineteen cases and the badgers program and then also well he. We wanted to say Mentioned the passing of great professional. A man jerry. Nardiello passed away at the age of ninety seven. He was the face of middletown journal sports department for more than six decades. He covered every middletown mideast basketball game. That jerry lucas ever played including the seventy six game winning streak and back to back state championships with jerry. Many times reds and bengals game willie and he was a professional sports writer and a professional in every sense of the word he was there for sixty one. Years passed away at the age of ninety seven. Plus i wanna acknowledged that matt really who works for enterprise slash national car rental listens to me. He's trying to get my show. And all the enterprise slash national car rentals in the tri-state about really. If you know. Matt really a- tell maddie's the bill cunningham citizen of the day for his work on my behalf to keep america strong and not to slip into into the hands of socialist who masquerade and seventy eight year old putts and a time when millions of people in the united states are looking for deep systemic solutions to our crises of mass evictions unemployment and lack of health care in a spiritual pueblo out of a love for all people. I hereby second. The nomination of senator bernard sanders of vermont for president of the united states of america. Aoc hoops former bartender. Well they got us socialist putz. The he knows a socialist right now. He's in some. what are you gonna tell you. Well like on inauguration day what state is he in. i'm not sure. State of confusion segment. Give me out of the fifty second. St i thought puerto rico was fifty seven. That was obama. Oh okay puerto rico and soon along with washing all right now. What is the key. The key states tonight that people need to watch out for. I would say this four states early by early emmy nine ten pm. Ogun number one ohio number two okay. Florida yup number three north carolina number. Four georgia dome of the dogs. So we're gonna know nine. Ten o'clock on all the balloting absentee and the walk ins by enamored about hensel vania and or wisconsin and michigan or they're run by democrats. Who takes a long time. Okay so that'll be like three to ten days segment. Give me out the stooge point. I'm done talking. I gotta start taking some calls Willie on this. Don't on this date in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine on november. The third the reds hired lou pinella sweet lou as their manager. What they do have right after that they want it. All we got the ring we got the money we got everything. Thanks two years later. Chris safe kicked to the curb by marge. Schott undisputable election day. William we want everybody to vote. No we don't wait a minute. I'm sorry a derelict. If you're a dumb ass vote. Okay like that guy at rile greg if you but if you think america is worth saving vote vote okay. Especially if you're not a derelict. We leave you with the immortal words of the stooge report. We're to south carolina and oklahoma and arizona and north dakota new mexico. We're to california and texas and new york or go to south dakota and oregon and washington mr ed and then we're gonna watch it and take back the white house. Howard the duck dean oops out he do not well plus i want to thank those people voting for president united. Do that again paul today. Forty five flashpoint. It's going to be another one. This is the last one this is it so determine tonight to like okay so far. The last six days is four hundred and fourteen to three so trump landslide to me sounds like busking bakery or cookies. Brian boston's doing pretty good with the with the can't give away the biden ones. I heard well. Would you eat. 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It systems for a new era of space missions digital modernization networks cyber shared services and artificial intelligence ddat propelling the art of the possible visit dot com slash space. Great had a report from an accounting chip gerhard earlier in the big show about what's happening here in the turn out is truly unbelievable. He's talking. He's on the county board of elections one of the directors. He's talking about an eighty percent turnout and every every indication the long lines throughout ohio. Likely to point a record breaking turnout but most importantly there's a great senate race of course in kentucky also massey is running things are happening in the commonwealth and rob sanders. Welcome again to the bill cunningham. Show and rob. How are you doing fantastic. Willie very happy to have this election season over this election day better than friday. Let's get it done isn't a great It's as early as it can be on november. The second is the first tuesday after the first monday. About as early as it can be imagine if it was like november eighth this year. We had another week of this. I can't take over. It's like when they did daylight savings time in two thousand twenty four hour twenty twenty. It's been painful it up but thank goodness. We don't have election day on the seventh of instead of the third. Let's talk about Were inundated with commercials of mitch. Mcconnell and amy mcgrath. I think amy. Mcgrath has the same chance of winning as a snowball in july. On a blacktop driveway. For about two hours got no chances. There's no pulled and indicates she's within ten points. So i talked to a us senator of some note last night. And i said well. Why is this happening. And he told me it's because of the that chuck schumer has for mitch mcconnell. And that he wants to harass him and kentucky by running these ads with amy mcgrath far left wing liberal the most liberal person in the state of kentucky but now she's a mom she's a marine her husband's a republican and her mom had polio. And i'm thinking what the hell happened. Amy mcgrath is there a snowball's chance in hell than amy mcgrath. Could beat mitch. Mcconnell willie market down right now. I will be the first person to call this race. You're come calling it right now. Calling for mitch. Mcconnell win mcgrath. it'd be lucky if it's only single digits Mitch mcconnell win reelection for that matter. I'm also calling the thomas. Nancy grace. I don't even remember the name of the lady running against him but i'm calling it right now. Thomas massie. his won reelection here in northern kentucky. Owens be an interim speak. That sounds familiar. William seen sign or two like that but it doesn't matter no her last name could be trump and she still wouldn't be thomas massie for that matter. I'm calling kentucky for donald trump right now. You can mark those three races dan. They're put You know this isn't voter suppression. Everybody go cast your votes. I'm all for that. But the result right now will be the same result as we get at six. Pm tonight those. Three gentlemen are all winning. Mcconnell and massey will both win. Reelection trump will win kentucky and hopefully win across the us. Rabbis folks have ryan hamrick. And then tony bender both great boon county residents and they talk about unprecedented turnout in northern kentucky. When there's not really a race to worry about if any note. I know there's a couple local state senate races. We may talk about the state house. But as far as driving people out to vote what is happening in northern kentucky. Which i can understand in hamilton county because ohio is in play in fact there's few polls that have the trumpster winning in ohio which i think's impossible. I don't know what who nailed it bowling. But what is there in the hearts and souls of kentucky to causing them to wait in long lines in boone kenton and campbell county. What is it a lot of it's just a referendum on not necessarily donald trump. You know. I think democrats arrest referendum on donald trump. I think the dens are mostly motivated to get out there and beat back. Trump is best. They can hard as they can to make Even here in kentucky where we know trump's gonna win they wanna make it as close as possible. They don't wanna give them a runaway victory But i think when it comes to republicans you definitely have a lot of trump fans out there. But you've got a lot of other people that just don't like to be told that they have to be ashamed to be a republican that they have to be ashamed to be patriotic or that. They have to be ashamed to be an american. They want to get out there and cast their vote in the liberal media. Be damned we're gonna vote for trump whether you like it or not and god trump way. I have another forty years whether you like it or not. It will set. I don't know what the the us media will do. If donald trump wins election. They burn their own buildings down. It will be insanity for the next four years watching them go. After donald trump like they have the last four years only surely doubled or tripled. Damn you know rob sanders. We have it here in hamilton county. There's a metal temporary fence around him to county courthouse saks. Fifth avenue other businesses have put up plywood and parts of ot are puts up plywood. And there's a fear that if things don't turn out right that biden's voters are going to riot again. Burn some stuff down and of course. The national media has got to give equal side. They have to worry about trump voters. And it's proof that's a lie. You don't see a lot of a hand painted signs on plywood saying a white supremacist lives here. You don't see a lot of that and not are what you see is black lives matter. In fact i as may i use the term white friends and own property not are and their white is chalk and they put on their plywood black owned and they do that in order to try to curry favor with the mob instead of eating their own and as a consequence large cities especially new york chicago atlanta plywood everywhere because they fear that biden supporters. Were not get the result that they want. And therefore they're going to riot and no one puts on the signed white owned business and order to keep out the so-called so-called Who wanna tear things down there. All biden supporters. They're all democrats. Do we have to worry about. Covington with plywood. No we haven't sold a single sheet of plywood for new construction projects all the northern kentucky. Willie we we don't have any businesses boarded up. We don't have anybody except government. Offices shut down for election day and i think schools are shut down because it's election day but that's because it's state law. Nobody's afraid of a ride over here. We don't tolerate that stuff every year. It's not gonna happen over here. And where the media gets off saying that it's trump supporters talk. We have to worry about it. You know even last night on on wwl on newscast put on an abc news report with some guy and from abc saying he had a premonition that there was going to be republican voter suppression. Since when do we turn premonitions the news story but you know what republicans are going to do with donald trump loses. No if we're going to do tomorrow. If donald trump lose we're going to get up and go to work well what we going through this. This is going to be burn anything. We're going to go to work. go to work. And i don't like results a whole bunch of times. In fact this is my tenth presidential election on seven hundred wnw. I've had ten of these. And and when when clinton was elected twice or obama was elected twice. I said mr president. I wish you will be successful. Your success will be mine. And i will criticize you. But i'm not gonna think about burning down my neighborhood or putting plywood. It's something can you speak to the fact what happened in our country. The last three to four years five years. What were the fuels being added to the fire of social injustice. I'm watching last night. A congressman from from south carolina climber and james clyburn who's eighty years old. Who said actually. He's one of the leaders of the house of representatives. Clyburn said that if biden does not win it's only because of voter suppression and trump's committing massive crime. So we either get our way or else you have permission to riot to try to change the result and that comes from congressman. James clyburn been in congress. Forty years was a good friend of john. Lewis and so the democrats are saying we get our way or else. And so maybe the lines and boone kenton campbell county the or else pisses off a whole bunch of people and say now wait a minute you mean to tell me if vote the way you want to vote. We're going to destroy our cities. Well the answer. Many democrats is yes. The cities are destroyed. You can't go to seattle. You can't go to portland or los angeles san francisco. You can't go to chicago. You can't go to new york city anymore. It is destroyed. And they're gonna blame trump if they win for the next four years for the plywood up in manhattan was just the opposite is true. So who's to blame for the rioting it sparked by the politicians and it's caused by in thika and black lives matter because they hate america they want to destroy our country and they see an election is simply opportunity to serve as a basis for more riding to destroy this country and it is disgusting. Your reaction you know willie. Sometimes i really would just in a way love to see the bad guys win because the thing about being an outsider the thing about being anti establishment and against the incumbent is if you win the election guess what now you're in charge and now it's on you so the only good thing that will come out of all this. If by wins is the hill have to do something about these writers about the antique about the people burning not protesters and other people that are bringing about positive change in the world not criminal justice reform or anything like that any of those things that are legitimate political issues but the people burning down cities the people burning down homes burning down good honest hardworking businesses. These are the people that will still be here and it will still be. Riders will still be louis. We'll still be criminals. Even when biden wins. So if that happens biden's going to have to do something about it. He's not gonna get the path that he's been getting from the media where he can sidestep questions about are. These writers is this wrong. Are you against this. Do you support police. He's not gonna be able to sidestep questions it'd be wins now. You mentioned this congressman. Dan south carolina. That says if biden doesn't win can you imagine if trump said that you know trump the media's having. They're losing their minds because trump trump will not unconditionally ahead of the election unconditionally. Say i will accept the election results. Well how does he know how anybody know. Until the election's over generally speaking do. I think we will accept the election results. Yes generally speaking. I think we will barring some major catastrophe. Some major scandal some major crime that's uncovered but no candidate in their right mind is going to pledge especially in an election of this size and abyss important no one is going to say i will unconditionally accept the results without question ahead of time. That's just leaving yourself open to way too many possibilities. So if donald trump had said that you wouldn't be able to click on a single news site on the internet. You wouldn't be the listener a single news radio station. You wouldn't be able to watch a single news television program without seeing donald trump and without the media sailing him for saying that. I must be the victim of a crime if i don't lose if he says anything even remotely close to that it's national headlines you can't get away from it and say nothing it's accepted. It's okay rob. Lastly i'll say this. I'm watching this morning of one twenty. Am i felt allegiance. I watched it all he. He had flown yesterday. Two thousand two hundred miles to five different rallies each attended by thirty to forty thousand people which means he spoke to two hundred thousand people in person and he got off the stage at one twenty flew back to washington. Didn't sleep was on there this morning. And he's talking now more in the media on the other hand. Joe biden gave his wrap up summation last night in philadelphia he was honest stage. It was a few horns blaring willing how it was on teleprompter and he was trying to read it and then at the end of the speech when he concluded there was a smattering of applause. He want to the left and he which wasn't a way to go and he was. He was like steinbeck's dairy couldn't go left. There was no stairs going off the little stage. You look to the right looking up. Looked and somebody off stays says joe go get him and jill by walked on stage about thirty steps over. Her husband grabbed him by the sleeve and said come this way joe and he walked off the the correct way with a big stairs. That's the guy that's gonna be in the white house being manipulated and to go back in time. There's been no presidential candidate. That lost iowa lost new hampshire and then lost nevada to ever win the nomination of the party but after buddha judge one iwa and after bernie sanders one new hampshire and after bernie sanders. One nevada the powerbrokers in the democratic party got together and said now. Wait a minute. We can't let the democratic primary voter decide this four for this cycle and so buddha judge obviously was completely unqualified. Not because he was gay. Because rick grenell of. I'm on my show several times. He's he's gay and he's a great conservator loved that guy but you can't take a small town merit of south bend that failed and put him in the white house. And then you've got bernie sanders as a socialist elizabeth warren. That's not going to sell so they wanted someone who was a milk toast incompetent democrat. They could manipulate easily and they said well. Let's make joe biden so the powers that be got together. And they bought off the buddha judges and elizabeth warren and bernie sanders. They couldn't sell them. They thought they could sell this guy on condition that he didn't campaign he didn't leave his basement and the media for months never called the democratic party on that selection not the election and so if the american people can see through. What's happening to them today. We get the government we deserve. Rob sanders. Gimme your final prediction. I'm writing it down. Who wins the presidency. And how many electoral votes willie i are. You still taking votes in this. Poll your head. 'cause i know all kinds of friends have called me. And said hey. Can you get my vote in two. Willie i got votes right. I gotta right here. I got my my good friends. Thomas massie in daniel cameron. They both called mace it. Mark them down for trump right like watching my good friend. Ross fine and he's a salesman makes it much money because he can't afford to pay taxes to marquette down for trump trump. all right good. I got that right here. I'll wanna do early voting. Then this early voting. I'm gonna give those guys. I'm gonna giving meet two votes each because they're voting early. Is that fair. That that's definitely fair. There's one more ron washington. He's the only republican running for the covington city commission He wants a trump vote in there and then the one that i'm concerned about my good friend birth ravaged he's a defense attorney but he's a good guy and i told her not. The waste is vote but he told me he's vocal for kanye. West virginia is on the ballot here in new orleans. Br travis is a great fan of kanye west years. He's a big time yet. West fan i. Don't i told him you know. Not a republican said birkenau mail for biden said. No i can't do that on those i'm going to do. The flash poll to forty five minutes. This is somewhat scientifically accurate. So far the total is four hundred and ten four trump and three for biden. And i mean it's it's it's not a bad ballot is as good as the other ones we got. We also got votes here for segment denison. We've got votes for kibaki otta now. We got votes for kanye west. That's unbelievable writings hired biden and in your poets. Doing well in the poll. That's all i can tell. He's not doing well at this point. No point willie. I'm not as concerned. You know i know where kentucky's going on more concerned with my local races. I want senator chris mcdaniel to get reelected all my other. Local senators damon. Thayer john schick will show to. they're on. the ballot is well. They're gonna get reelected then a much tougher district 'cause he's here in the very northernmost part of kenton county where we have too many Hamilton county democrats the move across the river. Not that that's bad thing. We always welcome and milton. County residents every year to no one. I can talk to you but it does. Make it a little harder for chris to win reelection. But he's going to but he needs all the votes out there and he thought that republicans to turn out ten county but the one that i'm really concerned about my good friend jovita. We already have enough. Crime believe across the river willing to keep the as possible and joe doesn't win reelection and get a lot worse so we're gonna have more refugees. That's right the population will go way up but it's gonna make it harder for republicans in kenton county so you know. We have to balance the New residents and the population growth with keeping the political balances tilted slightly in our favor. Well hopefully you'll have to have a blockade at the brent spence bridge hopefully riding cincinnati will be to a minimum by the biden supporters. If trump wins but rob sanders give my best everyone in the commonwealth. And may god bless you and god bless america. We get the government. We deserve an a. Times that worries me. That's true willie. God bless america. we're going to need god. Bless you thank you very much rob. Sandra thank you very much. Continue with more your reaction and your fall out. Tell me your experiences. And the polling places and on chip gerhard our to go and he talked about an eighty percent. Turnout not means today today in hamilton county alone we must have two hundred and twenty five thousand people vote today otherwise the nation will fall into the abyss. I would say this is my tenth presidential election with you. Please win one for willie. When one for the great american on newsradio seven hundred the rocky. This is at smaller. Try not haven't taken a call yesterday because of waiting for the flash poll on waiting for that moment for the final balloting. So far it's four hundred seventeen to two and so it's a scientific has anything you hear on. So what is your experiences in western hamlin county. If at all so. I already voted. Absentee but i went out this morning into the bowels of harrison and went to the two biggest voting locations and seven between seven pm. They were packed packed. Harrison high school which is a voting. The home of the wildcats entire parking lot filled lines out both doors packed. I got a text from genie. Schmidt your good friend clermont county. She's there from half an hour before the polls open to an hour after she's saying jeannie schmidt said there's never been this turnout and clermont county. Get this when i talked to your good friend and mine the great tony rosello who rules green township with an iron the last vestige of alas veteran hope and. That's exactly he said that. Turn out has been unbelievable. He said they printed out. Twenty five thousand of the pink sample ballots those right. He said he is estimating by nine. Am they might been out. that shows. You the turnout level in the get some more. that's right. Get the printing presses going we have. We have the bets on. I got dealers number one chevette number. Two trump three hofbauer four. You have on the other hand. Deeter one trump to off bar three shabat four. What's most important. Joe deters or trump honestly to our everyday lives. Jody's daters is more important than my life. He's going to personally affect my life in the safety. My family more so than than anyone in anybody or the other side of the coin is finan. Rucker on the other hand can't happen not now. He's not go dealers as the last great white hope they the old lion stumbling around the seren getty and he's got one more fight left in them young. The scars scar race stumbling around. And do i have one more fight in me master. Yes theater got more fight. How do you see a plane out. I'm watching like all the tv monitors you. And i be together tonight about eight. Thirty between seven and nine you and jason williamson until midnight. Well you will jason. But also mack marianne ian panel. And i like i like both. Those guys guys are great so by the way. I wonder if you ask me. What my electoral vote number would be here. I got written down right at right. I want to change minds. Because i did. He said i had to wait for some last minute information. Talk to my people. So we'll take your ballot back and you want to recast. You're absolutely where we allow and me. You do sure to do the right way. I have extra votes to people. I agree with so. I originally yesterday told you to seventy which is the minimum you need. I have now after again looking at polls and talking to people. I'm now going to seventy four. We're just still small. But i got. I have trump winning pennsylvania on the fracking issue. That joe screwed up on that the philly violence the pittsburgh gazette endorsed trump. I figured maybe they'll get a few people there. Couple of derelict coupled derelict's there will now go there. But i i want to i. I really don't know nevada. I really think wayne allyn my man. Yeah he tells me no for nevada because what happens is the unions. You got to. Senator harry reid. They make up own ballots. They got everyone name is angel hernandez no one knows who the hell he is. They show up and he stopped about a cheat. Like crazy in philadelphia and las vegas right. Democrats in nevada. I mean how many folks especially latinos at work in the gaming industry is dealers and people in all the casinos have to be totally frustrated with the lockdown. Making sense doesn't apply. I'm saying to vote for if we happen to nevada that gives it that makes it to eighty five. But i'm going to go with two seventy four. He wins ohio. Florida georgia north carolina and most importantly pennsylvania. I have this and the bed is lunch at price hill. Chili yes and then I also have. Dan hill's his comments. He's picking bruce hoffpauir. I trump and then dealer. So that's the lineup there. So it'll be his last as he did. As in other words i think hills has lost his mind which is quite possible quite possible so all these other things who knows. It's going to be a dogfight no matter what it is. You agree totally totally agree last night. All the way at the end. I'm watching until one twenty. Am you're probably sleeping by that point. Yes and i could not leave my president in his voice again. I wanted to see it. It was forty six degrees like snow. Flurries eleven something at night you need is out there getting it done. And then he was on the news this morning listening this morning at love easily. Am grand rapids. He's got his hat on. He's been there an hour. He's travel two thousand miles. Five stops two hundred thousand people in person total and he's almost in tears at the end thanking him. The most important thing i've done in my life is represent you and he's got the hat down. The fans are cheering. The snow is coming down. I gotta tear in my. I'm daubing with a little kleenex. And then i get up in the morning to fox and friends and there is again. I think trump's endurance and stamina in the last week of this election. What's going to turn the tide biden. You look at him and you know he. He was so confident he couldn't get out there and campaign it was he physically couldn't do it well on the other hand. I'm watching your friend. Joe biden finished up with his teleprompter speech and and few horns went off. He walks to the left of the stage the stairs to the right. So he's looking around and they're blowing the horns he's looking in the sky and looking right and left and his wife jo comes up behind him and center across days. Come this way. Any cy will be shakes like what what's going on and leads him off. The stage unbelievable unbelievable. I can't unseat that right at the last minute. Voters of which might people were telling that in a lot more than you would think a month ago. You're like who doesn't know who they are voting for now. Well apparently a lot of people millions and you stumbling and fumbling. All of us could end up in her late seventies as alzheimer's patient and this guy obviously has it has a big time. he'll be gone within two years with kamala harris controlling everything with aoc and chuck schumer. And that's the way it's going to be but we'll see what happens all right now with your permission here. It is one last time one last time for all the modules gusts and making up to do four hundred fourteen. Three does gotta do a hell of a job there. It is right there i got. I'm gonna go back in time to the original polling. Pull out a new sheet right here and we'll ask you to give me your name where you're calling from and your vote here it is. We'll go t and be right now. It's four seventeen to three but kabaga got a vote. Said got two votes vote. Yeah so those are riding candidates. But i like to be a little more serious today than normal. So gimme a first name. Tell me where you're calling from. And gimme your vote rocky. Are you prepared to your fright of the american people. Let's see what they have to say. Because this is accurate. As most of the polls i read and see anyway. Joe biden makes his final pitch to voters. He's got a bullhorn in front of them that he's got a two inches of the right of his mouth. You can't get the bullhorn up against his mouth. This is just a little bit embarrassing. This is the best they can do rocky. They went through hillary clinton and then they went through joe biden. Didn't wanna give it the bernie. Everyone wanted bernie they weren't. He's not a democrat. So let's get bernie's policies and have this putz off in the corner. Let's make him our standard vessel which we can fill with bile and hate l. said here. Here's the blank ballots. None of the ballots have been filled out. Give me your first name. Give me where you're calling from and give me your vote the final ballot and this could be the final ballot flash poll. After thirty seven years in radio. This could be it. Twenty twenty might be it. Ten presidents think about that presidential elections and much. I'm going to be here in november of twenty twenty four because tomorrow is promised to no one correct. Here we go. Gimme a first name where you're calling from. And what is your vote wally. Yes i am going to go ahead and put my vote in for par berries. Intas down pat buried gets a write in vote. I just texted with him the other day. Thank you for your ballot. Gimme first name. where are you calling from. And what is your vote. Eastgate at the islamic bother. That's that's unusual and apple. Tapa will call. That kabbah gets vote. I'd be shocked at this guy. Comes up along the rail and beats out trumpster. Would you agree come back up. The black man is for the black woman. The white woman's for the black man. He showed us up on the ku klux klan. Outfit down city hall being a democrat. That's what they like to wear. And he gets kicked out by. Charlie lucan kaba good old days days of men were men. I'd give me your first name. He gimme your where you're calling from. What is your vote. We gotta get some trump votes in. Give me your first name. Where are you calling from from inglewood englewood. Okay i'm biden. Attorney general mike. Dewine surgeon. general. Amy acting secretary for mason victory in the day baking or not relations twenty inglewood sounds like biden worries from for mrs now. The press says vote for him kebab. Oh that was decided by a vote he did. We gotta be careful. This is not good. Now let's be a little more serious than what having fun. Gimme a first name or you're calling from and what is your vote. Matt milford I'm voting for the big trump. Maybe i'll tell you what we're going to give you two votes because milford in the eagles is a good school that i beat up on when i played basketball. A deer park with against dance. Flusher and myers. Also trump has an eminent as does milford milford trim or maybe three three votes. Because you brought up a good point thank you. Give me your first name. Where are you calling from a. What's your vote. Why this is jim from melford. So back back melford. This is what i should do the morning. Get up and vote for themselves. No one but you control your life and your decision smoke for yourself. The government Is going to control your life more than yourself. Vote for yourself every morning so you don't rely upon other people. If you're your success you might want to do it yourself. Is that what you're saying. Amen brother eleventh commandment in the bible so whether success or failure you look to oneself sir by kind of a stupid idea. Right there inside. We're going to get rid of his foe so stupid we're going to take that away. He made no sense at all. Give me your first name where you're calling from. And what is your vote from. Upper connersville connersville apricot bill spartan or george w trump. We're going to give him one vote for him. We're going to give george trump and also maybe donald bush. We'll get a vo two in there somewhere. Thank you very much. We're going to give or we're going to give them the vote anyway. Because i think he and herpes ballot right because he said george and he said trump. But we'll have to. Maybe i'll tell you what we'll give a half a vote to trump. Is that fair half so right now. We got five and a half to one but we got one vote for padbury one for yourself because that was master pretoria. We took that away. I don't know if that's a word. All right let's continue now. Someone calling on. The celebrity hotline could be a- extra voter. Gimme your first name where you're calling from. And what is your vote chris. Hillsborough trump. We're going to. I one arm judge in hillsborough. So we're going to give you two votes and honor that judge whose name i forgot. Thank you for calling maybe or yes. I think it might have been david fear on. We're gonna vote here from green township. The man they didn't know about this guy. I'm a little leery about his understanding. Voted for bernie sanders at some point in life. He loves elizabeth warren. He really likes hillary. Clinton tony rosello. Are you going to become a republican or stay go ahead what's your liver never know. It's and and let me tell you boys agreed coming through. Big are Turnout voter turnout is in the low seventy percentile range already With quite a bit of time to go. And i can tell you. I think we're going to be pushing upper seventies. Maybe eighty percent turnout. So what are you registered. Voters are notes about sixty sixty two thousand residents. So is it forty five thousand forty locations. The numbers wrong tone. Who vote for him and did you vote. Did you vote for joe biden or who'd you vote for. Well you know the answer to that. Willie was trump all the way to give you an and how about your wife. Can i put her down to the conservative me. And i'm gonna. I'm gonna give you two votes with your permission. Yes sir. that's right back to work. Thank you very much tony about it. I can't believe time is nigh. Some information you want some. I need some information. So i got a text is looking like In hamlin county. The west side turn out is higher than the city. You're that war and clermont counties verdy so far greater proportionately than hamilton county. Write that down sheriff. So now that's there's nothing nothing. After seven days of this. We started with four hundred and seventeen votes for trump. Three for biden. After all the voting. Today write this down for the annals of history trump four hundred and twenty three and a half oats because that one guy voted for george right trump. Or maybe you know. He's a little confused so four twenty three and a half to four. I kept that one bind vote. One guy had there. He just got out of a mental hospital so we gave him the vote on the last. Rocky it's up to you and any fingers now to bring this thing home go. I'll be joining you at. What eight thirty. And thirty nine. Until you'll be on forever and then as riding away with david tonight i believe so you might. He's probably on marine one right now right now. He's he's with the president whispering in his ear time you'll be in tonight about midnight. Trauma the reds and bengals. Great american's newsradio seven hundred. Wwl w general dynamics has supported our nation's exploration of space for the last sixty years now. 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Bill Cunningham 8/7/20

Bill Cunningham

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Bill Cunningham 8/7/20

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But until then the House majority leader and Columbus Bill Sites of Green Township and bill sides welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and bill. How are you? I'm doing great. On this lovely Friday. sort of like northern Michigan weather today. Are We Kinda blessed live? Inconsequential Interesting Times? we certainly are. Are. I'm very happy that the governor turned out to be a false positive. On his Kobe test actually. Raises an interesting question which I pose to friend friendly journalists. This morning twofold What is the rate of false positives in Ohio? I've heard it's nine percent, and secondly when there is a false positive but has proven to be a false positive. Do they back that out of their number of confirmed cases? I would no, but you're like the House majority leader, can you get an answer on that? We're going to. We're going to have a journalist, make do inquiry, and we'll get the answer for you. Now, how much confidence I tweeted about this last night? You know, I've become quite a tweeter and Willie seven hundred, wwl w twenty and a half thousand followers presently. But I'm on my way to a million I tweeted last night that if we can't rely upon test given a governor Mike Dewine meeting with the president of the United States what chances are regular slept path. I'm getting a good test. Well. You know obviously, there are tests and there are better tests and the governor got a better test. It came back that he did not have corona virus after all. The governor will get the best test to begin with. But I don't know. But I think the test that he was given was the tests that is given to all people who are immediate environment of the president, and that's a quick test which may not be the most accurate test. So I I think that's what went down. But I don't know I have not been in the personal presence of governor to wine and many many months. Oh, I, don't know but I wish him. Well, you're not ill. Have you been tested? I. Haven't thought that I had to get a corona virus test prior to colonoscopy about a month ago and it came back negative. So so yes. So I have been tested get tested today and I've read on Newsmax, etc.. These quickey tests have a thirty percent failure rate either false positives or false negatives and assuming that's the case. Then you contracted tomorrow the tests valid anyway. Well, yeah. You can tap is nothing more than a snapshot in time and and you wouldn't know for sure unless you were tested each and every day, which would be a very expensive and unwieldy proposition. But anyway, speaking of speaking of expensive and unwieldy propositions. I WanNa talk a little bit about a house bill six which has been the. Major News. Lately. Be. Aware of that. But there's been an indictment of Larry Householder which we'll put that to the side because that's a year or two away. But the implication was that the speaker and or the Republicans in the house are up for sale, and that I energy stepped up to the plate and paid sixty one million dollars and you've sent me some literature that indicates the real beneficiaries. This are the ratepayers in Ohio explain. Yeah, and and that's exactly right. Willie. I sat it at the time I say it again, we have updated information from the Service Commission, which is our version of the congressional budget. Office, they're nonpartisan, they they are. Strictly Green Shade. Folks that do a fair job, and they have updated their estimate. Originally, they projected that house still sex over its five year life would produce a one point, six, billion dollar rate cut. Rate, cut for all residential commercial and industrial customers. In Ohio, they recently updated that memo. which is the one I sent you and they now say, no, it's going to be a two point three, billion dollar rate cut. So why in the world in the middle of a pandemic anybody WANNA repeal a bill that delivered two point three, billion dollars in rate cuts over five years to Ohio. Electric. Rate payers that doesn't make any sense. I was four the principles of how bill six long before Mr Householder ever came back to the house. I had been chair of the Senate Public Utilities, Betty House Public Utilities Committee, and I had fought for ten years. Around three principles one, we don't have these renewable energy mandates because they're costly. They prop up a an intermittent source of power that under current technology will never be able to replace baseload power number two we need to. Do, what we can to save, the coal plants that are still in operation, and to save the degree of power plants because the two nuclear power plants in Ohio. Produce Eighty, five percent of Ohio's carbon-free energy eighty, five percent, you take them off line there goes your carbon free energy. You lose a lot of jobs, you lose a lot of tax base. Those plants have been certified by the federal authorities to be running. Running for another twenty or so years why take a valuable asset offline when it just capable of delivering cheap reliable power for many years to come. Now, you might say, well, then why are they saying it's a one point, one, billion dollars subsidy to the nuclear power plants. The answer is, yes, there is a subsidy to those nuclear power plants. Why did we decide to extend that subsidy subsidy for two very good reasons? I right now. Natural gas is the cheapest fuel with which to make electricity. Yeah. Right now. But. When Mr Biden takes over if he is an AFC and the rest of them, their their first planking their environmental platform to ban. fracking. And to stop exploration for natural gas. and. If that happens, the price of natural gas will perforce go up. So reliance on natural gas in the short-term make sense. In the long term, it's a very fraud proposition because of the National Democrat and they're in Timothy to fossil fuel. So that's number one, number two, the nuclear power plants. We're having a hard time competing in the wholesale electricity market because they were competing against wind and. And Solar Energy, which are heavily subsidized at the federal level. I, put solar panels on my roof about five years ago. The cost to me was sixteen thousand dollars. However, I, got a five thousand dollar tax credit. Not It action a tax credit on my income tax that year and that's consistent with the way. The federal government subsidizes wind and solar, they get about a thirty percent credit which. which gives them an unfair advantage in competing in the wholesale electricity market. So they're coming in and they operated about twenty five to thirty, five percent of nameplate capacity on a good day because they don't work at all when the wind doesn't blow and when the sun doesn't shine and yet they were so heavily subsidized at the federal level and we had mandated that our electric utilities must use. Use, renewable power for a certain percentage of their output. So between the mandates of the subsidies, they were getting vast unsafe subsidy. Why don't we get nuclear power plants? The subsidy in house built six. We ratcheted back there renewable energy mandates on the energy efficiency mandates that have been on your bill ever since about two, thousand, eight or two, thousand, nine. So the net result was we cut more. Riders on your bill, then we added and that's why the Legislative Service Commission has conclusively concluded that the effect of how still sex is eight two, point three, billion dollar rate cut right now. Bill Sites Majority leader. In Columbus I assume all that is true because the CBO of Columbus said, it's true. These aren't Republicans or Democrats. So then why would governor Mike Dewine? Say two days after the scandal broke Larry Householder. Now, we're going to revisit a house bill six. If the benefits are so obvious, well I I assume that was in response to the story about Larry Householder and the and the alleged process by which the bill became law. But I think when Governor Dewine Soberly reflects on the net effect of the bill he will realize that very little needs to be revisited in house fail six. One thing that does need to be revisited, which would solve all of our problems and I have talked to utility experts are utility policy experts in both the House and the Senate people who opposed House bill sex people who support, how still sex the. The one thing we need to do is we need tougher audit standards down are contained in house bill six to determine whether the nuclear power plants need the allow the amount of the subsidy that we can hurt. The subsidy will not begin to be paid until twenty twenty one now would be a great time to tighten those audit standards when House bill sex was moving through the house and the Senate I argued that we needed tighter audit standards, it can't just be handling the money. We've got to make sure they need the money and and if we were to do that with language that frankly many of the merchant coal operators suggested to us the folks that that that Coal plants from Duke, Dayton and American electric power. Currently, there is Vista, they were formerly known as Dynegy They suggested that language I said, you've got a great idea. There I try. I tried to get that in how bill sex both the house, and in the Senate and I was rebuffed no. The language that's in there as far as we're going to go well, now we need to go further. We take the advice that I. gave them over a year ago and come up with tough audit standards so that if they don't need the money, they won't get the money, and if they don't get the money, the two point three, billion dollar rate cut becomes an even bigger rate cut back to Ohio ratepayers. Could things be equally true and they're different. But they have the same conclusion, which is the American. People believe that whether it's Columbus Frankfurt, Indianapolis or Washington. Politicians are corrupt and the American people believe that the American people heard that the speaker of the House Larry Householder. Show the day before he was perp walked in Perry County was somehow on the take. Could it be equally true that the ratepayers in Ohio got a two billion dollar benefit and Larry, householder is corrupt. Could both be true? Both could be true and it could also be true. Then at the end of the day, Larry, householder will be proven not to have been robbed and the ratepayers would still get a two billion dollar rate, the bill size houses shaken. Franklin County, the Ohio House, your majority leader year Larry Householders Elbow for many of course, I understand you voted against him. You've come the speaker only way became the speaker is because the Democrats put them there on some deal-deal and you voted against them. But then when you voted against him, he said, you know you're a bright guy, you know where the bodies are buried. So. So. Let's make sites the House majority leader goes you're you know you know what to do, and so at this point, there's a sense that the Democrats are going to run on. The idea that Columbus is corrupt. Got To clean out clean out the house clean out the Senate and all that kind of stuff you long time are the foundations of Columbus crumbling before your very eyes. You make a very good point if the Democrats want to run on that platform, they need to look no farther than in the mirror a majority of the Republicans in the House voted for Ryan. Smith to be speaker. Not Larry Household. But Larry Householder was elected speaker with a minority of the Republican Caucus and twenty six of the thirty eight Democrats that serve. Serve in the Ohio, house including their entire current leadership. He they voted for Larry House over, they cannot run away from Larry Householder because they put you there. Okay. Now, I don't believe that they're corrupt. I don't believe that any of us are corrupt. I. Am certainly not to wrapped. I have served in leadership in the House for Speaker Ustad now Lieutenant Governor Speaker. Or Speaker Smith. For Speaker, household those poor people. If you've got them together in a room, they would be the first to tell you. They don't like each other. But yet I have served in all four of their administrations loyally and faithfully I must know something right I just try to do my job and I try to bone up on the issues and give people doctor Spock, like analysis of the facts and if they choose to take it great, and if they don't have the pleasure of saying I told you so A. And so if it happens, it happens at this point, there's an election coming up, believe it or not in about ninety five days and how this plays out. We have no idea. We had a ruling yesterday for more in county judge calling illegal, unconstitutional, the requirement of Oh essay that they require testing seventy, two hours before each exam. You've been a little bit side of it sideways with the governor relative to Covid nineteen and things of that character and the Ohio House. Is there any more collaboration between the Ohio House and the Senate with the wine or is he still more? More, or less on his own with Dr Amy Acton now that the tested proven to be positive negative negative. Is there any more positive cooperation with the legislature is always to wind still ruling alone? Oh, well, you know the legislature is on summer recess. So we have not been called back into session. There is a substantial amount of work that needs to be done feels that we have passed that pending in the Senate bills that the Senate has passed that are pending in the House I am hopeful that with the departure of speaker householder, we will have better relationships with with with. Because they were very fractured I think the Senate Kinda. Got Their back up and tried to think that Larry householder was trying to bully him and that was part of the legislative gridlock, even though both chambers or Republican, that was part of the legislative gridlock that we faced over the last several months. So with the with the change in leadership, I am optimistic that there will be more constructive dialogue not only with. With the governor, but also with the house and the Senate amongst each other, that would be great and and we'll see, but we won't be back in session at least under the current schedule until mid-september. Do you wish the governor would collaborate with the lawmakers instead of making law out of the governor's office in you? You wish you would come to the lawmakers to give me a thorny for what he's doing. Yes. I think, I think the governor has as a as an and I agree with Speaker Householder about this, the governor has given very little. very little input, very little. heads up to the legislature has done it on his own operating under the powers of a statute was enacted back in the eighteen hundreds for the first time, and I think it would be who him and behoove everyone to that statute. You provide some meaningful guard rails around what the governor and the health director can do on their own and involve the legislature. That's just the American way. We have an executive branch, we have a legislative branch, we ever judicial, they are co equal and I think over the last five months. The governor has not treated the legislature as coequal branch of governor of government, and that is led to some amount of hard feelings and and legislative gridlock. Now, last night, we have about a minute remaining. According to some speculation in the Columbus dispatch that bill sites majority leader. have been asked to resign your position to have a new team heading up. Are you going to either soon or in? January assuming Republicans keep the house? It was very likely. Do you feel any guilt or remorse having been part of the leadership team of Larry Householder? No I do not and I'm not going to resign and those who say that we should all go because we're guilty by association with householder. A are probably auditioning for the next role of Joe McCarthy and the in the next nineteen fifties red scare movie or perhaps auditioning for a role in the next Salem witch trial movie because guilt by association is no kind of standard by which to by which to punish people who had nothing to do with. With any of the alleged scandal nothing whatsoever to do with any of this alleged scandal. So my colleagues, some of them who are saying, well, you gotta go because you're guilty by association I, say to them shame on you because that starts a circular firing squad. Did that knows no and There's plenty of people in the legislature took money from friends, Larry Householder. I never did plenty of people that benefited from some of these super pacs and and see four Outfits I never did I, didn't vote for Larry Householder I voted for Ryan. Smith. You know. The. Larry House was in office only because the Democrats put them there about correct. That is correct. Twenty. Six Democrats joined by Twenty six republicans elected Larry Householder and thirty four Republicans voted for Ryan. Smith. We gotTA run bill sides. Good to hear from you, and let's let's say this. We're blessed consequential times. Man, thanks, really. Bill sides thank you very much. Let's continue with more your reaction on the governor's false positive and now positive positive negative, false false positive. Now, positive false test. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham. newsradio seven, hundred wwl Novi. Billy Cunningham, the great American about twenty minutes. So we're GONNA have Congressman Brad. Wednesday appear about the deliberations in Washington between. Nancy Pelosi. Chuck Schumer and president. Donald trump as to whether or not. There will be an extension of that six hundred dollars a week, plus after two o'clock today, we're going to have bread winstons. Good friend. Mike. Dewine according to twitter account will be here to discuss what happened with this testing that was positive and then negative negative is going GonNa take another test tomorrow and see where we go from here. One might remark that if the governor of Ohio. Meeting with the president cannot get an accurate test what chances Matt Steinmann had to get one. He says none. I put another big story courses whether or not the governor and Department of Health, and Ohio can enjoy and stop youth sports from taking place almost every time. The Governor and Department of Health goes to court they. Lose Warren County. Facilities granted a preliminary injunction to continue contact sports as the state continues to coalesce whether to have it or not and Judge Tim Tepi of Warren. County. Commonplace. Court allow Dean Junction, which now permits contact sports like soccer and basketball to be offered by the two facilities. One of them is kingdom sportscenter and Franklin Michael row is with us. Now, who runs the place and Michael row welcome for the first time to the bill Cunningham show Michael how. Do you feel this afternoon now? We're pretty excited here. Keenan sportscenter. We're just lucky to be able to have the opportunity and our bless will fini for kids to resume contact sports here, mortality sportscenter. Let's go back in time to March and April when. Kingdom sportscenter and Franklin was operating in December January and February. You're looking forward to a great twenty twenty. Then to pandemic, hit the middle of March. All Hell. Broke loose. How's business been the last two or three months? Where we've been operating under governor wines order as well as the Health Department of Ohio enforced by Warren. County. Health Department when for US it's it's been a really big struggle. We know that we we have a facility here that helps children. That's the whole That's what we're here to offer my father. We built this place from scratch twenty years ago in two, thousand one. So for us, it's been a blessing to be able to help kids leading into twenty twenty it's the year that I just got married You're building a home. So for me, personally, it's supposed to be a really good and it's an and I know that. For, these kids playing sports, it was something we were looking forward to to put this on. We had new events, a new thing slams. So with a pandemic, we of course, took things very seriously. We Cook things And listened to what the wine and the health orders were. We have been operating on, but it has been very, very difficult to stay afloat for business, and now there's a sense that this is an opening up and I suppose down the road it might change. But at this point, Warren County one point so is trending toward the red your now orange, all the southwest Ohio is orange, which means okay. Except Montgomery County, which is still red and as far as football does this, do you have football practice training facilities or is it just soccer and basketball? Primarily, what we do offer here, kingdom basketball and soccer, but our facilities always transitional, and that's one thing that we really my father has. made it our responsibility to make sure everything child have something for them, and so we're able to adapt our basketball courts from a you. Season in volleyball tournament were able to adapt our large soccer field and small soccer fields who've lack football. We've even had a semi pro football practice in here. So for us in our facility, as well as southwestern Ohio basketball and Warren County Convention. Convention Center and Visitors Bureau US Three. We're allowed to operate. A non contact sport or contact sports. So we still have to abide by that. Those are reasonable requirements that we feel So we will be abiding by the Non Ford. But for us, we can offer football. And Micro. What have you done to comply with Warren County, of course, David Young as the Commission Up There in Warren? County. What have you done for moms and Dads who drop off their boys and girls. Kingdom sportscenter. What are you doing to make sure that they're safe as possible? Question. Question, and then we take this. Seriously, we take this This is my theories. On one thing we do know is that kids need sports and for us, the psychological and mental aspects of sport is so crucial and that's what we're here to offer. But we do know that we have to taste the protocol seriously. So for us, we've got a list on our website. We also have a list pass out to all of our customers, but of course, right when you come in the city. City, we offer temperature temperature. Check right at the door if you got one hundred point four temperature. Sorry. One hundred, point four. That's what I said. Yeah. Then you will be asked to leave and that's the first thing that you're gonNA. Notice when you come in here, we also by by Governor Blind maximum base. So with the math mandate, everyone's required to walk in and walk out including children and we We do know that you know athletes have to be able to breathe. So on the court, those players playing they don't have to wear masks, but we do require the spectators. We require those at the table keeping for, we require them to wear masks, and that's one of the big things is keeping the virus from spreading, and that's something that we take seriously with allowing kids to play sports. You'll see. See small things as far as making sure that they're spaced apart even at the bench where the kids sit snicker space apart and even as far as protecting our staff as they tested plucky glass everywhere, we are far as offering a non contact of cashless payment if they would like to ask. So we're trying everything. We can to help the kids along with making sure that we take this series. Going forward, this would apply also to high school football high school soccer high school girls soccer inside Warren, county because when judge? Tempe Road and applies to all award and counting it, it's not apply to Hamilton County Butler county. Clermont. County doesn't apply those other counties unless an appeal takes place goes up to a higher court and at this point. In applies only to Warren County as far as football. View. Any high school football coaches got a hold of you now about using your facility because they may have a game maybe in Hamlin, county that maybe cannot be played, but it can be played in Warren counties that happened yet. Logistics and legal aspects of the case That's something that my attorney Matthew Davidson. Davidson. Offices in Hamilton, and that's something that he could better explain were only able to operate as far as king in Sports Center, and what we do anything, I can really comment on today. So if we were to have two football teams that wanted to practice have interest club games in our facility or. Whatever the order allows under the non contact, we would be able to operate. That's what I can't speak on. I can't speak on the high school coaches. But I, I, I, do know what we hope is not just Warren County not just king of sportscenter stop with by by. The, One County Convention and Visitors Bureau. What we hope is that worth stepping stones and paving the way for the rest of Ohio to see us. And, continue to push and push until they're allowed to have their contact sports operate under the non contact that's or goal, and that's always been the focus throughout everything we're doing here. It's always for the children and that's what I want people to know if you're listening today is. You, do not have to be where you're at. You can always get better and you can always try to be better and for us, we want to fight for your children. That's the whole focus. Today is all. It's ever been about the fight for the children to allow contact sports to operate under non-contact taking pandemic serious, and that's what we're trying to do and Michael Row Kingdom sportscenter and Franklin is, do you have a sense because you're on the ground? You're physically there that it s safe to play a contact sport with the rules. Now in place as it would be to play a non contact sport, are you making it? Can you make an argument that really to play soccer for a boy or girl to play soccer with which is viewed as I think it's viewed as a context board and having watched a lot of us sports thought soccer was not a contact sport find out. It is a contact sport because I've watched high school boys play and it's a contact sport. Are they safe playing? That sport is they would be playing by themselves in someone's backyard. For example, one of the arguments I've made as these kids simply need organization informing children need formation of their lives, and if they're in a setting where they're tested whether it's rules, there's officials. That's good. If they're not permitted to do that, they're still going to practice play and run around without line without officials and without rules and a sense aren't the children's safer playing a kingdom sports and they would be playing some backyard among themselves. You, really have a great argument there. I can't comment on the difference in testing and and spread of the virus within contact and non contact. An an a really good point that you made though. If kids are not playing sports. What are they doing? If they're not in school bill, what are they doing, and so for us, my father and my mother we're a family owned business here and I know what? What? What I try to instill in a lot of the athletes that are here is When you're doing sport. When you're operating in sport, you have a goal. So. If there are no goals, a lot of kids don't even want to go to school unless the sort is taking place for them. You know I'm a prime example of division, one. College Baseball Player and I can tell you. I don't think I would've won sat in class during chats or even whatever class it was if I knew that I didn't have out of my both, but we do know that there's a lot of inner city kids that comes through indoor sports, facilities, basketball football, and and even when you get to a rural area and back the whole focus mental and psychological. Goal for a child, the able to play. Success to find success, and that's what shapes us as young children and young adults to where you are today bill having a show and leading what you're doing people listen, and that shaped who we are, and that's who I want to be one base by what I'm through and it pains me sport and that's the whole focus I mean. So for me to be able to answer that question, it comes down from the psychological mental aspect of child not not having a teacher goals set. Because they're on the streets. They're they're they're getting into trouble. With a friends. But if you're right I, mean you're you're interacting with kids. No matter what you do. It's kind of a false choice to say, well, if they weren't playing sports at Kingdom sports worn playing baseball or basketball soccer marymount, high school that they'd be in their closet in bubble wrap doing nothing the choices to have formed events in which there's rules and regulations and coaching and teaching in which you better, or they're not in those facilities, they're not in their closets, they're out running around the streets and neighborhoods doing similar things without formation and so to me, it's a false choice to say, well, it's not a high school football this fall because it might be dangerous. To be outside playing football and wrestling in the backyard, that's also dangerous. Let's have formation of this. We know there's risks in life. There are kids hurt. There's ACL's blown out. There's concussions. There's things happening in sports all the time. Anyway, I'd rather have those events taking place in a in a controlled environment then in the neighborhood and doing nothing and a lot of kids I went Xavier on a baseball scholarship and I love baseball play till I was twenty two years old longer, and if I didn't have sports in my life growing up, my human experiences would be significantly different than they are today and sports is a part of a formation of a life of a boy or girl and secondly. Secondly. It's in a controlled environment, and so I'm glad you wind your lawsuit. I'm glad Mat Davidson one and on your behalf and anticipate there won't be an appeal because it's likely lose in which case, it would have a broader scope of the judgment than it has today, but the rulings all over Ohio, I've had on lawyers from northern Ohio, Central Ohio, southern Ohio, all of whom have one these lawsuits and the government doesn't appeal any of them. They wanted to apply just in that county they don't want to. Take a look at this and applied to the entire state. But Mike Arroyo we got gotta go you're open for business kingdom sportscenter in Franklin, give my best Matt and telling me a great lawyer and Michael. Row. Thank you. You're open for business. Thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show today and good luck to you in the future. Good. Thank you. Day. Thank you, Michael Row of Kingdom Sportscenter, let's continue with more and about twelve minutes. If you have six hundred dollars a week coming your way with Ted. McKay on top of the state benefit, we have a real library than US congressman coming on next Brad Win Strip to talk about. What's happening in Washington, and also to comment briefly on the situation where the governor about to meet the president has a false positive. And all hell breaks loose, ver-. About four or five hours. Then he had a better test on. Then it was negative. Then about two three hours. Later, Mike had another test on negative again, and he's going to have another test done tomorrow. I, assume that better be negative. And you can't go from positive negative or positive should be negative as far as can see. So let's continue with more plus reds baseball kicks off about six o'clock tonight with Lance. The reds have the worst relief core of all thirty teams in baseball, and they can't hit with a twenty three consecutive innings without scoring a run. So when you can't head, you can score and you can't pitch normally you got a problem. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred. That will you all over you? Billy Cunningham the great American. Let's continue now and Look into my left two pairs, the deal deal may not happen. Today, which is the extension of the six hundred dollars on top state benefit plus a bailing out the blue states and the blue cities with their pension funds, etc, and also we have the issue of of the governor. I just talked to, Mike, About five three minutes during the break and the governor's going to be what is the two o'clock today and he's chipper. So that's good. So until then. Congressman Brad Win Strip welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and congressman. How are you? I'm doing fine. I said this to bill sites about an hour ago? Would you agree we're blessed to live inconsequential interesting times. There's. Certainly thought for ten whereas back to the future and the professor saying Hey don't program for twenty twenty. We don't want to go there. All right. So let's talk about as as we sitter at one, zero, nine pm on Friday, afternoon, there are thousands and thousands of high winds, hoosiers and. Kentucky's want to know about the extra six, hundred dollars according to university, of Chicago, two thirds of those who get the benefit make more getting the unemployment benefit, then they would make working. which is a problem, but nonetheless, what's the status as of now? As of now. There's nothing actually because there's no new deal has been made and you know we knew this was going to be a problem going in I remember talking to Senator Portman. About he said well, the idea is that if your job is offered Back. To you. Then you don't take it. Then you've quit and Democrats insisted on there being in there and and obviously they're still continuing to talk to try and push it. We may see some executive action from the president and and all in several arenas. But really just this be something that's hammered in Congress bottom right now. Nancy is she just doesn't want to budge and you have many Democrats I'm trying to think expand burger lamb Cunningham while they all have come out, they voted against her. Her Hero Zach, they said that it's not realistic. It's not going anywhere. It embraces things far beyond the Kobe problem, and it's got a lot of money for people that are hurting and it just isn't realistic. So this is this is where we are I. Think we need to be targeted. You know I do think we need to support schools I think that we need to embrace childcare dilemma. A lot of people are finding themselves in if they want to return to work if they don't have. Have Child Care. If they don't have their kids going to school, it's going to be a problem. Fortunately, the employment numbers that came in today where another step in a positive direction. But we've got to have that we gotta have liability protection and right now though between the two teams, we're like trillions of dollars. Apart I've had superintendents, boards of education, business owners, and others tell me that plaintiffs lawyers and I love plaintiff's lawyers. As you know, Lawyers Foundation, this nation's greatness and lawyers are very important but. But nonetheless, they're getting ready to sue employers, school districts, hospitals, and everyone else. They can for allowing people to come back to work or use their business when they later contract cove at nineteen, although causation is always a problem isn't fair to say that the Democrats Nancy Pelosi Not Democrats, but Nancy. Pelosi get so much money from the trial attorneys that they do not want to give up qualified immunity of businesses who bring back employees or businesses open up to the customers. They don't WanNa do that. Correct. That seems to be the case they wanted to trial lawyer to have their their day, and you know what if you're someone who is agree GIS people are being negligent? That's one thing. But you know every business, every school I visited. They talk about we want to be a compliant. We WanNA, make it say recognized that the benefit of school far outweighs the risk and but you know if someone is agreed then maybe you have a case. Case. But we just can't have all these frivolous lawsuits or or society is GONNA go down I'm very sensitive function. We can't function and I'm very sensitive to the idea. The schools must open, which is a building block of the American economy. I don't know how many trillions of dollars would be negatively impacted when schools are not in session at the rippling effect and when I raised that argument, it's always come the other side. Well, you don't care. What value put on human life and you don't care about people. You don't care about kids. There's a photo going around out of Gwinnett, county north of Atlanta Georgia and what she's high school kids are like packed together in hallways. They're not supposed to be the the issue. The issue is transmission your like doctor in addition to being a congressman. as far as Komo's opening and you have children, would you feel comfortable sending? You're sending your kids to grade school. Yeah. I mean, I have a six year old age on I read this year and they're opening and he's GonNa go right there in your neighborhood at And and so we're going, but I've been to the school and they talk about how they're going to have kids go single file and you're and you go down the hall. You know it's one way one way on one side, just like we drive down the right you're going to have facing in the classroom. You know when we talked about the distancing six feet initially, that was before we didn't have masks. If you remember at the beginning of this, people did not have mass, and so we emphasize the importance of being six feet apart. I know it's It's almost impossible for a school to keep kids sixty depart all day. Long I visited their classrooms. It's going to be a challenge, but they can have them all half on, which is a great. You know barrier and I support the president's mandate right now, the governor's mandate right now because I think it makes sense and if that's what it's GonNa, take to get back on our feet and let's do it and get through it. But you know the American Association pediatrics and stress that being back in school is important and when people talk about somebody getting. or or the risk I. Don't think they're looking at our our nation's holistic health. You know what we seen through this or the isolation I've seen veterans who were making their way commit suicide dude isolation. I've seen procedures not perform, and there were the gentleman and Adams County was scheduled for attorney operation and a canceled even so much painting committed suicide where the story they have a twelve year old committing suicide either sad thing. But people their cancers not. Not being diagnosed we and we can't have a generation of kids not being educated, and again, you know there's a lot to the psyche of an any person in America the need to feel essential and going to work and going to school makes you part of that being essential and all of that has to be looked at, and I think that a lot of times when people are. So against this, they're they're maybe being somewhat selfish but. We've got to have a path forward. We do it safely. We've gotTA pass forward. We WanNA. Do it safely and we WANNA use commonsense, and we move forward and I think that's probably what the governor's GonNa tell you as well Brad. What about bailing out cities and states that have spent like drunken-sailor-on-shore-leave for years, and they have billions of dollars in deficits and and they wanna bail out the blue states with money from Ohio. Ohio Kentucky, and Indiana to Bailout San Francisco. That's what Nancy Pelosi wants. She wants four trillion dollars additional money to bail it. Every city state that has misspent monies for years what your reaction to that. Well, that's not appropriate, and that's not the role of the federal government obviously and and nor should it be. This is a national emergency we're talking about and there are things that are affected by it that we can. Can embrace some as far as the federal government. But that's not our job is to bail out all those entities and not only that she talking about doing that and not changing anything, they're going to continue to go doing what they do, which is destroys her cities and put him further and further in debt, and that is not appropriate, and it certainly isn't fair for people across the country to bail out and other people's. People's problems. It's time for some of those places to wake up and be responsible and and take take on their their own responsibilities rather than just saying, well, you just bail us out. It's like the spoiled rich kid and it doesn't work that way. You don't get a good product data that breadwinner before I. Let you go the governor who I spoke with about fifteen minutes ago was feeling great is headache is gone. He said, he had a positive test and then two consecutive negative ones. I made the remark on twitter that if the governor of Ohio. Meeting with our president cannot get an accurate test. I. Have Little confidence in the ability of regular slips who live in Clermont county to get a good test. How would you respond to that? Well I think that's a concern. You know the doctor I can tell you with any test there seems to be always the percentage of a positive negative for whatever reason that you want to identify what those reasons are You know false negatives seems to be me something more likely to happen because if you're you're doing swab example, you maybe you just missed the material. Material, you needed to garner saint like a strep test and Cetera, but to get to get a false positive is concerning and it's and if you have a positive I, think what we're seeing, it's important to follow up with another test and other type of tests perhaps as well, and and the governor was wife to go get tested again and then tested against. It was all to do that congressman philosophical question. A few weeks ago. My Sunday night show, I, had on an expert on. He was an epidemiologist from from Utah and he talked about the fact that pandemics. Enviro, infections are part of you being a human being that over history, we've regularly whether it's the Hong Kong flu, the Asian Flu Murs, SARS Ebola, covid nineteen, the German flew the Spanish flu and other fluids mental know about and viral infections. It happens all the time and you made the point that in human history at least in American history. Going back to nineteen, eighteen, thousand, nine, hundred. Hundred thousand, nine hundred never before has government responded to a viral infection by trashing and closing down the American economy didn't happen eighteen in one, thousand, nine hundred didn't happen with Eisenhower and fifty, six and fifty seven. It didn't happen with Nixon and sixty eight and sixty nine has never happened before, and so looking back on, this is this going be the way we handle future viral infections which do happen every ten to twenty years like h one, N, one swine flu at happens regularly, this is a rate. Unfortunately, it is a regular events. On time the government, make serious blunders in shutting down the economy to solve a viral issue. He that's silly right. These are always going to occur. Viruses are very resistance in so many ways very clever in so many ways and how they get produced and how they mutated in and how they pray. You know they have to live within a cell with survive. So they're survivors and we're always going to have new and what I do hope to get out of all. This is what we're seeing with what we're calling operation more speed, and that's our ability as a country and the science. Community in the United, states of America to be able to recognize it. Waited begin to find therapeutics and treatments and work towards vaccine because that's going to be a repeated process that we're going to need to do you know in the past people just died off? That's what happened and I think maybe even that some of our European countries where their numbers game down because so many. So many people died. And so I think it's important that we look at our numbers and you know this is so obvious now should at least will high and Wednesday June get this and not get sick, and you know we gotta talk about that and then identify who the most vulnerable and protect them and go through a scientific process as as fast as we can safely, as we can commonsense as we can and develop a vaccine in the meantime, fill that gap with treatments that are working, which is what we are seeing right now with rim desert lesson plasma and. Some of the stairway treatments, all of these things you're seeing. Fewer percentage of people needing to be in the hospital or needing to be in ICU especially based on the number of people testing positive. Now last, lastly, congressman I looked at some study. Sweden versus Michigan. Michigan Governor Whitmer Gretchen Whitmer. State as hard as she could couldn't work few things very central. You couldn't travel to your second home, a cabin somewhere. No hunting. No fishing she shutdown. Michigan. Michigan ten, million residents. I looked Sweden ten, million residents in Sweden Sweden largely said, we're GONNA protect those that are vulnerable and everyone else get back to work there was no masks. There was no social distancing whatever. So he got Sweden on one hand. You're GonNa Michigan on the other. Death rates. So in Michigan. Same number of human beings in each location Michigan had six, thousand, five, hundred death so far Sweden has five, thousand, seven hundred so whether you locked it down like California now surfacing. Didn't lock down, which is Sweden. You have similar or better results not locking down if I would have given you complete power and the middle of March. Would would grand potentate. Brad. Winstrom. have taken this Sweden approach or the Michigan Approach. I, think you brought up some really good points. What they did is protected the most vulnerable and that, and that was identified pretty early on the other thing that has standard science and and has been used and understood before you're. Now, we're hearing more people talking about convalescent plasma is a treatment. I was talking about it in March and April I did public, service. Service announcing Thom Brennaman to do public service announcement. Saying if you have this in recovery, which most do then please donate your plasma to hawks words and we can help get other people better, and then you know the other thing is to as doctors treat you can. You can put things forward like when the Pharmacy Board last week said that they could use. They hydroxy chloroquine. Where did that come from? That has done no harm and you will have doctors doctors calling me. Left and right than what we're using it and helping, and I'm glad to governor reverse that you have the sportsperson on before, and since you're sitting in Philadelphia Children's Ashville, Philadelphia, they went to was sports, you WANNA increase outdoor activities, decrease indoor activities, decrease the number bars and use mask, and they seem results with that. So you know this was new, this virus has new novel, it's different, and so we're learning as we go. But I do think that a Lotta, the actions taken by some governors and some states not ours were being presented too much as I'm in charge and I'm going to be punitive as. As. Opposed who were going to be parental. We're going to take these steps and here's what like protecting our most vulnerable, and if you take someone who was who was sick and infected and you put him back in the nursing home that mistake and five governors, Democrat governors did that and they they are responsible because I can't imagine anyone with any background in infectious disease would tele governor. Yeah. Just put them back in their nursing home. That'll be fine. Are you kidding me? They need to be isolated just like so many other infections throughout history. It's great to have a contagious fatal incurable disease that you don't know. Know, you have and you get better I mean I'll take that any day of the week compared to pancreatic cancer, brain cancer, and covert nineteen. All these different viral infections have different elements in them. Now Bowl is as about a ninety five percent death rate and covid nineteen might be as low as zero point, six percent. But whatever it is, we have to be adult about this and I have a sense that a certain party on the left has wanted to crash the American economy to make someone else's election less likely reelection less likely and I think that's being shown in the polls but congressman who got. Got To run good luck to you and I don't think as Joe. Biden. Would say you're unobservant devout Catholic if you believe in abortion and when last night when Lester, Holt NBC? News said just made the statement that Joe Biden is a devout Catholic and he made it wasn't like he says, he is NBC. News said Joe Biden is a devout Catholic when the president said, God is on his side, whatever it is. I was disgusted by that because those two events both cannot be true I gotta run Congressman Good Luck to you, and may your little? Is there anything better than having a six year? Old Boy? Ready. To go to school in the first grade, is that the greatest? These inside. In DC during a homily once said, and this is Jeff about the two years ago that you gotta Ask Yourself, are you Catholic i? Are Democrats first? Brad Strip. Thank you very much, and you're a great American. Thank you. Thank you. Let's continue with more and we're going to have the governor with us in about thirty five minutes feeling chipper feeling. Good. Let's continue with more bill. Cunningham newsradio seven hundred wwl. Tomio. Dot Com. Here's attended. Zero. There is some predicted recently, another great world series victory of the reds over the Yankees Circa Nineteen, seventy six can't stand when Mohan Lance, go on, go out on a limb like that and Rachel. My speak continues to reverberate because it was cut short, and as we recalled the reds pitching staff was the best. Well, I, mean and kill the murderers row. The reds hitters you were. You were cut off because you didn't know how to read o'clock I. Don't blame me who I blame. Lance. How's it lances fault everything last. At thirty eight. Landslide came back and I had like thirty, eight, fifty or something, and he starts babbling thirty five. I had a three minute speech prepare kept saying, wrap it up and he wouldn't stop talking and had a crescendo like wave after wave until the large way was gonna hit and I was cut off in mid stroke. The stooge reporters approach service, our local tempstar heating, and air conditioning dealers. Tempstar quality, you could feel in Cincinnati. Coal. Wyoming air at one, eight, eight, nine, nine, six, h, the A. C.. The Guy that owns Wyoming air was here several months ago. Talking about opening up his whippy dip. That's true. What he didn't. He give us skittered. Nitty, where's the where are they is the whippy dip? I don't know I need some right now, trevor, Bauer and Eric Lower Tonight Willy, and the reds brewers open up a three game weekend set. In Milwaukee, the reds have been shut out for two straight games and I haven't scored in twenty three consecutive innings. One about murderers row they You know they've won trophy is now gone. The Ohio Cup forever remain in. CLEVELAND. then. Three. Days ago, you said Look Cleveland is not hitting the ball. No, they're not. They are. Now while they are now at into their pitching and bullpen, their bullpen is unbelievable. Imac or the reds have the worst bullpen in all of baseball. coverage begins at seven ten with that Lance Character Arnold Carriers, insight pitch, and a Kelsey Chevrolet extra inning show after the game. What do you think bob? Castellini thinking right now. Here we go. Again, Willie. Cardinals game against the cubs tonight, we'll. Bring. Cincinnati. hoops, can you hit that? Again I want to record. History. We Will Bring Championship baseball to. Cincinnati. Thank. We weren't supposed to play that anymore. I'm sorry pretend like to play the cardinals game against the cubs has been postponed tonight, due to new positive covert nineteen tests within the Saint Louis Organization. How many? They don't say. Saint Louis Plant. Here we go. Miami goes to just play Gio. Let just play the covert ball. Yeah. You could have A. Division have Cova Division at some point, the reds are gonNA play. Thirty. Games, and cardinals play about ten then right and Cardoso make the playoffs and. T shirts with a resume. We was robbed again like nineteen eighty to remember that. You weren't born. I don't recall that now. Let's see blue jackets and maple leafs. Go out tonight and game for their their series Willie at eight Those jackets are one game away from advancing. Now whether it be high school football had a guest on a half an hour ago. Michael row looks very likely. least in. Warren. County. I. Well, I don't know I mean who knows who knows what's going to happen in the next five minutes. We're blessed. Look ten minutes consequential times. Championship, and round two. Did you watch that yesterday? Yes. Have you ever seen so many fifty, thirty, forty, fifty, foot putts role in. Dead Center. Yes. Is Unbelievable. I watch. Bruins like the Western. Hills PUTT. PUTT I watched Bruce, Roddy play golf. I've seen it repeatedly. How Tongue? How. Wrong Lee? PF changs leads the way at eight under par through eleven. He's five hundred today. About Tiger brandon, Brendon Todd Richards brother a six under Jason Day as five Brooks kept getting seven others at four. They go to tiger goes at five o'clock. He's to wonder. You met another waitress at Ihop. It's no. There is a correlation. There is a correlation to putter is bad. His bad periods where he has a little bit of a slump and what's going on his personal life? Feel bad. Because he needs to be able to separate the two. Lot of a lot of men do. Few women too. I might add and congratulations willie the voice of the Cincinnati Cyclones Everett fits you has been named the new broadcaster of the brand new Seattle cracking. That will open up play next year in the national hockey. League. One of my favorite scenes of any movie. Rather. Time. For the mortals to pay. They will. Child waits to do your will. Use Thank. The cracker Bingo. Here, he comes in the bottom of the sea, the devastate Sparta. Time for the more I better. Not Take anybody. Rip Up the Kentucky speedway. Well, they won't anybody there to watch anything. What are the odds of the five hundred having no patrons and the? Kentucky. Derby having none. Well, if the indy five hundred is not gonNA, have any fans the greatest two minutes in sports I doubt. Are they going to have they gone? Allow people in house like a husband on his wedding you they? Think this year, you think going to let people in. No. Thank you. Rachel your reaction to reds baseball first of all, because some said. The reds are going to win at all this year. They had a murderer's row lineup. They had a great pitching staff, Bob Castellini, spend an additional hundred, sixty, five, million dollars. To. Put together the CY young staffer, the worse. The Moose, the Moose. Hurt. Wha, what's the mood? What's wrong with the move? He's got quad injury. How do you get a bruise quad? Really, what would you have done? chewed back the day. Shoot at all with. Who who you play for Gordon Veteran Oh. Yeah. And Thomas, funeral home near apart, pony? CARE. Park. Pony. Yeah wasn't freight forwarding. Yeah. Sixty second shop. You got you got. Did you get traded a lot lottery? Teams did like you released. Ever, get designated for assignment in Italy FA. Bruce. Quad. What does that mean? What? What was it this time? Because somebody got hit with a pitch I, don't think you the forearm. The, pain went for the four onto the quad. Now's the quad. We don't know because we nobody say anything and you can't get a hold of doc Hollywood. I tell you what baseball players are a bunch of wusses. Kerry combs ever call you back. We didn't. Give them a call. See what he's doing as I. Do that what's on the blog NBC nightly news, accidentally captured footage of a ufo flying over Arizona, we have that on the. Aliens have landed. While, they're getting close I mean you know it's twenty twenty and August beginning of August, there's plenty of time for an alien invasion still to happen. Happened is. Not. What the heck? Is already admitted that they have odd out of this world quote vehicles from somewhere else that they can't identify. So there you go, I've seen the movie before and the. jetsons. Something like that. Yes. What is it do? We know what it is. They haven't disclosed that. Thanks to the Senate Intelligence Committee they have to disclose some of the UFO information. The half. That's an oxymoron statement Senate intelligence. Correct. Kerry combs is not there. He's not there as the assistant head coach of the linebackers on the reserve team. Is that what he is? Think. He's the grand potentate. How about how about the other Let's see if. He's not gonNA. Proud. Wanted to give me a call. Him. You know how about the other day when Ryan Day was apparently ought coaches teleconference in the big ten? Are Ball Jim Harbaugh. Kept kept interrupting him. He's told his players. He said, we're GONNA throw up a hundred on those guys. This year. That will be great if they state Michigan play, I. Hope that Bob Role About one hundred and five to twenty seven. Back, she's back. One of the classic comments from your friend Woody Hayes. Yes. Buckeyes leading the wolverines like forty, eight at seven. And they score another touchdown and what Hayes goes for two, which is better having sex drunk or stoned. Rachel. That could be on the logged over the weekend. Yes. It could be. That's very, very interesting topic in the morning, Cow Mike. Is branching out. As said, well, I want for two because I couldn't go for three. I. Feel like we affects your motivation and alcohol affects your ability. There you go. I Guess Mike would know. Pretty intelligent stuff in the morning. Very good. What's on the blog? Many want to know. We also have Kate Hudson. Doing Yoga and her underwear. We still have that you've. How's it? How's it doing? That's doing pretty well as you could imagine Kate Hudson underwear. Plus the aliens are landing, the aliens are landing Kate, Hudson doing yoga or underwear because nobody goes to yoga studios anymore, everybody does it at home. So why not do it in your underwear and be comfy. Lot of women do in their underwear. That's true. That'd be good. So we'll see about that. is on the blog We still have that guy having his wedding interrupted by. Mr Anyone any reasonably this? I gotTA reason right here. Eight months pregnant while I him. Stern the bride's family. Yes. So we've got that and we still have that guy to the punched out the windshield of the semi in. Florida. Other. Home State that's doing well to. Stay, I've got a question here asked Mike Dewine. If he's aware that the apartment of health will count has positive tests. As. A false positive. I don't know. We're going to ask that question. We'll see what happened, but he went all hell broke loose Jack Crumley runs an ear about one, forty, five, yesterday governor, Jim wine is positive positive for what? Positive Is If you're kidding me. So for about three hours, people going nuts by about seven o'clock at night. Came back, took another test negative. Now, he took another test at ten o'clock negative along with the first lady. Am I correct Fran also. And then he told me, he's GonNa take another test. Saturday I said, well, you get. Three negatives. Equal. One positive I guess. If Mike Dewine got positive knowing where he lives his life. I. Don't see him in any beer halls. Don't see him at bars. I don't see him anywhere. Is Around Saint? Pete, has too much. Hope for the rest of his. If he got to leave it, believe me and that was my initial reaction. Like if if all people Mike DeWine is actually gonNA catch bits right. Living the voice stirred life that he's been living and telling us how to live you know and he didn't do it either that or. I like no chance. And Mike. Dewine four people his whole life, and if that guy got it, we're done on the other hand. Some there were a lot of memes on social media about him cheating. Shall we say? and not following the guidelines and he got what he deserved. So it was either he was lying or we're all going to die. People are so hard. I. Read some of the responses on my twitter account. It's not good. Not Good. I turned off my comments for that. Very reason you want me off yours. No. I like to read them. I like to respond I, give them the one finger. Salute sometimes. People, I mean people are mean the keyboard pirates from nasty Yeah. I didn't think there was much anger in the world. Wait wait till. You have to deal with the Legion of army that is Jerry. Jeff. Walker's fan base. I love. Gary Jeff Walker? That's good. Some people to do you know some people are pissed off at US saying I've read and social media taken wellman walkers place on ESPN in the morning. Congratulations by the way, he's not here. So I mean, I don't make any difference. He's got his legion doom coming after you. Okay. Well, after he's been gone for ten years at right. He says your taking his job. Like I don't know, maybe let no, that wasn't fair to come back to. Can't take. You can't take something with Chris. told, airy, Medicaid. Chris. Not Me. Yeah. You take that up with Chris. He would love to have that discussion with somebody. All means. A Texas from John Wedeman Sycamore. Township. Trustee Trustee, he says, tells Sag, do us more pot? Those at me. No idea more what's going on there? He's coming over to our side coming over to W. E. B., n.. So. In Pot over there, you'll get there eventually smoke weed everyday I. Don't think we want to disclose. We ran. Don't worry. We don't drug test over there. Now, there's nothing going on over there in the morning Thomas Myself, and so you're not kidding man walkers job i. don't think so. I have marijuana. Governor Bob. It's beautiful. Thank you. Thank you. Have a great weekend I'm sure. Mike. Going going to speak to at least three o'clock. Feeling. Well, he's. He's feeling frisky about that. It's good. Segment give me out of the students report with reg, win a game. Yeah when? Well Willie not are of blue sky here at the tri-state and everybody have a good weekend and the reds. No reds win a game. Go where. Go reds in Milwaukee this week. What about murderers row and the pitching staff? The Greatest Twenty twelve. What happened to that segment? Will you said that and lansing most Senate never said I was cut off. We leave you with the immortal words of the stew treport, and by the way you know I sit on the stand. Get Hot. I got I got Harry legs that turn that that that that turn. Blonde in the Sun. And the kids used to come up and reach in the pool and rubbed my leg down. So training, then watch the hair. Co- come back up again. Look at. So I learned about Roach's I learned about kids on my lap. And I love kids jumping. I'm allowed. That's forty six right there. Forty six. What are you making? A prediction is little black kids that he calls. ROACHES UNQUOTE. Or stroking his leg underwater making the hair stand up on my leg. Toubon my like I like kids someone on my lap. Also, smelling women's hair. Mitchell. Thank you. Segment thank you. You're welcome coming up next as the governor of Ohio Mike. Dewine? Positive negative negative be positive beef stroganoff with Fran is back on. Another texter here? Jeeze. Catching career Butler county. Once the drug test, the segment. What are you doing on the ESPN? That, I'm over there talking about sports. The INTRO, they. Walk Day gone right what I gotta say Cam now over there, Sean Lot more than I have over here with you. Mr. There's a Sake Cam Yeah Kid Chris? Kick Chris knows how treat us with respect dignity love care. Drunkenness. All Right Rachel. Thank you. Segment. Thank you. You're welcome to please give me out of the stooge report I just did on seven hundred, w? W. At, tropical smoothie cafe, they want you to get away every day, unwind with their watermelon Masahito and new. Guava Margarita smoothies. Pair one with their delicious new. Barbecue pork. For a mini Summer Vaca-, this summer tropical smoothie cafe is bursting with flavor made to order with fresh quality rocket ingredients with sixty. Washington D. Area Locations. It's never been easier to ride the summer wave of flavor order ahead, online for carry out curbside pickup or delivery at participating locations tropical smoothie Cafe, you're on tropic time now.

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The Nightcap 5-27-2020

Lance McAlister

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The Nightcap 5-27-2020

"The following program where prerecorded. It is the NIGHTCAP. Absolutely live on a Wednesday night may twenty seven, Twenty, eight twenty? Jerry Jeff Walker with you on seven hundred WWL W. Many important issues to get to. As we open up in our first hour, including the protests continue in. Minneapolis was referenced. Last night by caller was very very upset. That someone else mentioned that CNN was covering this wall to wall last night. While Fox. News is doing it now. As the protest continue over the death of George Floyd. Four Minneapolis police, officers now fired. And the Mayor of Minneapolis, saying they will be arrested. For the death Mr, Floyd one officer and you've seen the video. Maybe you haven't. Having his knee. Mr Floyd neck as Mr. Floyd is proclaiming that he cannot breathe. Fact of the matter he couldn't breathe. I don't call it racism because you don't know and I don't know what was inside their hearts or minds. They were apprehending Mr Floyd for allegedly being a forger outside a store. That on the face, or at least just ridiculous as well It's bad policing. And it's against protocol in training, I would think we'll talk to Bruce Hufbauer. WHO's running for Sheriff of Hamilton? In the fall. About this? And about. Police, protocols and Just the whole situation, but the fact that it's being made a racial issue reminds us a lot of Michael. Brown in Ferguson Missouri. When it was proven that there was a lot more to that story, I'm not saying there is in this case, but there was a lot more to the Michael Brown story that the the riots did not help address with the truth finally came out. Hands Up. Don't shoot was never really the case in Michael Brown's case. And George. Floyd Steph it appears at this point is inexcusable that this happened. The man was obviously subdued. He was in police custody. He never should have died in police custody. And those officers have been. Without any due process they've again fired. and. We'll be arrested on charges, and that may well be fitting, but with the swift action being taken i. don't understand the protests. And are certain political leaders in certain people trying to fan those flames for their own political purposes. To divide and conquer us. We're the riots by hundreds of millions of Americans who've had their civil rights. Actually Their civil rights, UPENDED Dictatorial tyrannical governors. We'll talk about that later on this evening was hoping that the SPACEX thing was going to go off. I'm sitting there like many people. Maybe you were waiting for the. The launch at four thirty three that got scrubbed about fifteen minutes before it took off for weather purposes. Down in Cocoa Beach Florida. From launch. Pad Thirty Nine A. we'll talk to my friend Science Mike about that because I know we're. We were both very very excited and then the disappointment. Because you can't I mean safety's sake. He can't launch a spaceship if there's lightning. There was a tornado warning there earlier in the day. We'll be talking to him and talking to you. Perhaps five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, eight, hundred, eight, four, three, two, four, four, one first off, Vincent, in Maine Ville Dove, tailing off the topic that Lance McAlister had gone on sports talk tonight about icon of team names nicknames Vincent What did you have to throw into the fire with the FAB? Five and the Flintstones, and all the other great iconic nicknames for famous teams. All Man! I Dream Team I mean Oh. Yeah, the group, the Group of NBA The group of NBA Hall of famers against amateur players from around the world on the dream. Team is the best. Name of a team ever. Yeah. I like it, too. I was I was a Dream Team Fan I was a Michael Jordan Fan, but when you add Michael Jordan and Larry Bird and Magic Johnson. Yes, that is a dream team man. Oh, God I in the back end I. Mean Their Second Street Doing and Oh. Yes, the second teamers would again be NBA all stars. Thank you very much. Yes so. That's problem with the. Oh my God! You're not going to say that the Dream Team I know it's boring, but that is the best name of any team ever. No, it's not boring. That was a big Fan, too, and you're right. It didn't. It didn't make the list tonight, but I'm glad I could be. Here's an outlet for you. My Gun Yep Yep Yep all right all right. Vince thank you very much. Thank you very much for that. And no sooner had I talked about what's going on in Minneapolis with the writing and the race baiting. That's going on in response when the officials have already been very very I think quick to act. To say no, you cannot in police custody cut someone's air off. When? It's clear that he's in distress and again we'll address this, but the first thing I got on on my email with somebody claiming that I'm a racist Redneck for even saying that it's unbelievable. Is Duff. Duff you've got another iconic super team name? how about the cardiac kids? Okay, that's that's been used in reference to a lot of different teams over time I'm thinking Cleveland Brown back in the day, okay? Brian Site yes. Sir, thank you very much for that. Murray and Hyde Park Hello Hey. Buddy, how are you I'm well? How are you? I'm doing great joy, Nice Nice Spring evening with a cocktail on the porch and this is not a famous. Team, but it's my favorite team of all time. It was a hockey team in Macon Georgia. And they ran a like the southern league and the team name was making whoopie. That's beautiful. Is that not great? It's way better than the hockey team. That's currently in Greenville. South Carolina known as the swamp rabbits. That's all I got tonight. Buddy, right? That's all I need. Thank you very much. I'll take a break. We'll talk to Bruce Hufbauer who's got years and years in law. Enforcement on what is going on in Minneapolis and What should happen going forward? And again you cannot tell me and the protesters in the streets cannot tell me simply because George Floyd was an African American who died in police custody that it was a matter of racism on the part of the officers. It would have been bad if it had happened to George and it's terrible. It's you know you can file murder charges, and I think that that could be applicable I don't know everything about everything that went on except for the video, and we've all seen that, and it's horrifying. Video is horrifying. But. It would be the same I wouldn't expect. You know two hundred. White people to be out riding in the streets if it happened to me. What's happened so far? The dismissal of these officers just right off the bat out of hand and arrests charges being filed. Let's let justice play out and. If. Everything looks the way it has looked from the video. I hope they're prosecuted the fullest extent of the law honest to God. Seven hundred wwl w the NIGHTCAP. Rolling around for Wednesday may twenty, seven, twenty twenty, and we roll along on seven hundred wwl deputy Gary Jeff Walker a real quickly before we get to Science Mike Randy and Mason on the. The biggest news story probably of the day without question, the death of George Floyd at the hand of a Minneapolis police officer who's now been fired and may have charges filed against him very very quickly. The president saying that the FBI and DOJ should investigate the the killing, George Floyd the death George Ford. and. Making a federal case Randy Mason. How are you? I'm doing great. How are you doing doing well? What what I was wondering is as I saw. With. On. Zach I was wondering what I would have done if I was there, and I was trying to figure out if I would pay enough courage to maybe knock him off of there. To get him off his neck, and so that they would have to worry about a recipe. Instead you know granted I'd have to throw myself on the. Court and I'd probably be in jail for days. If not longer for somebody, please George Floyd. Alive. And and we wouldn't have these massive. Rioting and protests in the streets, where which will which will endanger other people's lives and Randy as as I watched that video that was made by someone. Observing this. They did nothing to stop this and I understand the police. Officers have guns in the light, but. Just. They're commenting on watching it. There was more police officer there, too. So you know before I got me if I, would have taken steps toward, and they probably would've tackled me and then added Nick on pertinent on my neck. This. Would motivate somebody and I guess that's the question we're trying. To, even as a law enforcement officer to do something like that in that situation, the man was obviously subdued. He'd already been hand. Maiming. Hang on, he could have just got off the. You're, GONNA, get up and run away. You know you know. Knock his own, you know. It doesn't make any sense this. Case in New York City, you know. Two years ago life. Eric Gardner who was selling who was selling bootleg cigarettes on the street. New York, and was basically choked to death by the officers air. Good with Mike. Officers around naked there and wait for him to give up. They didn't. They didn't have to tackle him. Either know they didn't have to do anything. For some reason. Police officers. I don't know if they feel. Like. They're they're. In danger enough that they have to take complete control the situation, or if it's or if it's tower. Need the you know, have power over everybody I don I. Yeah again we can't see into their minds, and we can instantly tell from that video that it was racist. Simply because George Floyd was black. It would be awful. No matter what color George, Floyd skin was over. Questions about that, but I still have to ask myself to that Obviously more more fight people arrested just because of the numbers white versus versus versus the lack. The question is how often. The police officers treat a white person. And an excellent question Randi thank you for calling take care. What would you do in that situation? Switching gears, we're going to switch topics here. Real quick and. I don't know how we follow this conversation with that conversation, but we will anyway. That was supposed to be a monumentous day today. With the Dragon crew capsule aboard that Falcon Nine rocket. From Launch Pad, thirty nine, A. In Cocoa Beach Florida? And I know who was chomping at the bit waiting for this launch. Just like maybe you were and I. Know I was on television. My Friend Science Mike. That's what we call him. He's with us on Saturday mornings and Janis well. This means that we'll have something to talk about Saturday morning because they've rescheduled. The launch were Saturday afternoon Mike. Actually get it down to the second three twenty to forty five seconds. Unless unless there's more lightning or another tornado warning. We got sixty percent of chances bad weather, Saturday and Sunday the next. Sunday windows at three like three three o'clock I'll have sixty percent chance of rain into. Both days I did not know this. Did you know that sixty percent of launches of any kind in the history of American space program sixty percent get scrubbed. Six out of ten get scrubbed. They had They had an astronaut who was aboard policy seventeen. One of the last people to walk on the Moon on TV today, and he said. I don't know if it was that particular launch, but he said I believe it was the initial launch date got scrapped for weather weather purposes. A night launch. Yeah so. What I want to address is Gosh. The technology. That's available today compared to previous. Explorations by American technology. American rocketry, and that that was the big deal. Today's be the first time that an American rocket launching from. America launching from from our aerospace. Even though it's a private public. Obviously birth partnership with SPACEX and NASA, but that was the big deals the first time in ten years in a decade that we were actually launching our astronauts into space from America, and not relying on the recipes. What yeah well Russkies was about eight million dollars a person to launch an hour down, got it down to fifty five, so it's what's amazing is. SPACEX I mean it's a startup you know. Hasn't been around that long. They beat out Boeing Boeing contract with sign in two thousand fourteen, the same year that state that SPACEX was. Always contract was for four point two billion for six lights space access for three point one billion and they beat them the launch pad. Crate. As, amazing, they always say that Apollo eleven technology. All the computers that we're used at mission, control and aboard that spacecraft. A. Our current like my iphone, I've got here. has more technology than was used in that to get the man to the moon the first time. What! What did you think of the which stay? There is a tailored to listen to tie. Tie On that's. A time they were just nicely tailored to their bodies and everything on very very fashionable chess. You know that the they had that bad weather, but if they'd have ten more minutes of window and they would have been able to launch. Satellite favorite is ten more messy where they have three rules. Violation of a they have natural lightning in air. Hit what they call it. A field mills which is. Mala Chrissy in the atmosphere urina-, a thunderstorm handle area for generating some power. The high clouds they said, even if even if there was no lightning at the time, the high clouds that were there over the launch site can spark lightning at anytime, and if you're you know at the top of a of a rocket with all that fuel, the last thing you want is to be struck by lightning as you're getting off the launch pain, you want to hear something. That's really interesting. You're on Youtube and play the Apollo twelve launch where they were struck by laying. Listen to them all. Twelve was struck by lightning on March. Everything shutdown down the engines. Where was no no onboard systems working out? The engines were still going. Full throttle, and all of a sudden, some guy in in Bali, Controlling Pizza Old I forget what it's command was. He told me that to throw to switches or something, and it threw him. We rebooted it and everything came back up. I mean it was down for like ten or fifteen seconds. They were they were doing what to do. Well, they're extremely lucky. Because Apollo Thirteen could have been Apollo twelve at that point, or even with the more dire consequences then. FADED LAUNCH! What I what I was amazed by was the touchscreen controls? You know who the gloves 'cause you're seeing. You seem like if you've seen apollo thirteen, many of us have, and and just the actual footage from NASA inside capsules and stuff new all those switches and buttons and everything it's it's nuts, but now it's just like it's like playing a video game or something you know. Kirti Dragon will took seven people. Knew that. Well. I think it's just amazing. And this speaks. You know I had last night. A guy named Jim Ratzenberger on WHO's written a book about Sam Colt the inventor of the six shooter the revolver. And we were talking about how Sam. Colt was such a fine example of American. Ingenuity and entrepreneurship and how Sam Colt. Basically with his invention of the six shooter helped really spark the industrial revolution, not just in America but all around the world. And triple. But that's the point. It's individual achievement and aspiration that can still happen here in the United States of America that sets US apart from communist China Russia all these other countries where you don't have the individual liberty and freedom to pursue to try to strive to aspire to this kind of stuff and Elon Musk is a perfect example of the freedom. We have in this country that we should never take for granted, or we will lose it certainly, and you know our individual liberties have been seriously challenged during covid nineteen in the pandemic. This is the reason why we should not let them be taken away from us and not not as a collective group, but as individual Americans. We have the ability because of our freedom in this country to do things that can't happen anywhere else without serious interference from the government. What what what? What? What Communist? They take away the risk from entrepreneurs? They don't allow them. There was no risk in in that environment. And they let people when you let people when you take away the risk, you take away entrepreneurship. I, everybody says well basis worth all this. You know what he worked. You read his book. What he what? He did when he got started him and. They took with. They could be nothing now, but they took the risk without rhys. There is no award exactly. I Mike. It's always good to talk to you I'll talk to Saturday morning all right brother. On hopefully, hopefully we get a because you know you know. You and me guys when you're when you're wrecked on the pad and poised to part the lips of the sky, and then it doesn't happen. It's very very dissatisfying hard to start over overbroad. Thanks we'll take a break and come back seven hundred WWL W. All right back into it? Gary Jeff with you on the nightcap on seven hundred wwl w an old friend. On the phone, it's like the the lows Bieber creek hotline tonight Dick from dating good evening Dick Gerry. How're are you doing well? Sir and yourself pretty good. I got a question when asked hey I'll have an answer. Maybe Gary Gifts. What did you think? Of what Joe Biden said about President Trump, not wearing a mask. I think the whole mass thing is is kind of silly. There's so much symbolism involved with. With mask-wearing right now whether you make that choice, yourself or four other people There is there should be no politicization of masks or not wearing masks any either way. And so you know. It's just it's a political season. It's election year and Joe Biden doesn't have really much to run on, and also you know. It's just one of those things. Yeah, they're playing the game right now. Dick Insane thing playing the gave playing the game. That's right. It's funny like I don't know if you saw this you. You probably didn't. You're probably busy working. At Lowe's, but there was a situation where president trump had the governor of Colorado. WHO's a Democrat and the governor of? It was either North Dakota or South Dakota. In the White House. I think it was the governor of North. Dakota a in the White House at this big conference table. Talking, about reopening the economies and the like and yeah. The governor of North Dakota wasn't wearing a mask neither was donald trump. The governor of Colorado who's a Democrat was wearing a mask. But the second to president turned to ask him a question. The governor of Colorado ripped off his mask. Apparently it was okay. I just forgot that he was doing this symbolically just for the imagery of it and. It was very telling so in other words, the governor of Colorado was only wearing the mask for the optics of it to to show that he was wearing a mask while president trump wasn't but the second that the camera was turned on him, and he knew it was a close up shot and making nice gestures and nice conversation with President Trump. He took the mask off so apparently the second it was time for him to talk. The Mask didn't matter anymore. Dick say. Good Night Dick Gary guests all right very well. He never says good night Dick. Kate Anderson Brower. Who is a lady who was was a Fox News staffer. Now's a contributor for CNN has written a book. She's already a bestselling author for the residents I women about our first ladies. This is about the living President Bush. It's very exclusive club, maybe the exclusive club in the world, if certainly not the United States of America. And when she started writing the book George H W Bush was still with us, but of course since his past. But, she includes in her book. Face to face conversations with both Jimmy and Roslyn Carter and more importantly with President trump and a fascinating book. It's called team five. The President's Club in the age of trump. And we'll talk to her just after the news at ten Jay ratliff seven hundred wwl W aviation expert in stock. Day Trading Guy Another Nice Day on Wall Street today. Maybe things are looking. Maybe it is going to clear up. We'll talk to him. And as we proceed this evening at eleven, o'clock, Patrick would who is with citizens for free speech, and that's where you'll find him. Citizens for free speech Gurgle it or Google or duck duck. Go it, so you can find out more about this organization. Citizens for free speech about the tyranny that he says has infected America and is trying to kill capitalism in this country, and it's a well orchestrated effort by forces outside of this country. It's not a conspiracy. He outlines it very very plainly and I think you'll find an interesting conversation. Along those lines and Dave had our it guy. Our Tech Guru joins us before the night cap is. News just ED including the latest from Minneapolis here on seven hundred WWL W. The nightcap rolling along into our second hour, seven hundred wwl w Gary Jeff and our guest this time excited about this. I told you about it. Glad you stuck around for Kate Anderson brower. Is Our guest author of the residents I women, and now team of five. The President's Club in the age of trump. Good evening, Kate. For having Gary thanks for being here I love the idea of this book for this Book Kate Talk To. One on one with President, Donald Trump, but also had the chance to talk to the carters Jimmy, and Rosalyn the top aides, friends and family members of the five former presidents, and when you started writing this book, George H, W, Bush forty one was still with us. Of course he has since passed, but tell me. What you found out about George H W. Well one of my favorite stories from the book is actually the final days of George H. W Bush three days before he passed away. Barack Obama went to Houston, and he's the last former president to see Bush. Before he passed, and they had a very emotional hour-long meeting in Bush's Houston home. And I was surprised by that. It's probably the most interesting thing that I suffered in the reporting for the book because I assume that. Bush would have seen his son George W Bush before he passed or maybe even. Bill Clinton but I think in his relationship with Barack Obama has been. Under reported and I think it's so fascinating that Obama who is separated by generations race. You know a political parties. would have this emotional connection to a former president, and that's what this book is about. It's about the friendships and the absolute rivalries. I don't think I look at it With rose colored glasses here there are rivalries between these men are always able to kind of get over it eventually. The ideological differences or perceived ideological difference between George, W Bush and Barack Obama would be. Kind of stark to me, but nonetheless that that occurred. You say in the book that Jimmy Carter is the only former president that our current President Donald Trump feels akin with. Explained that if you will. Well you know so when I interviewed President Trump, he said that yeah. I've been all the former presidents Jimmy. Carter is the only one who has been an outsider in the way that trump has been Carter has criticized the sitting presidents one of the rule. I have a chapter in the book outlining the rules of the former presidents and these unwritten rules, they a