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"Let's walk through. Exactly what did happen yesterday with npr national security correspondent. Hannah alum who saw a lot of it. Good morning good morning. What did you observe. As the day began. I mean there was an ominous feeling about this one from the beginning extremism reporters and researchers. We've all been seeing this violence chatter and organizing online in the days and weeks before and then on wednesday morning before daybreak. There was nearly a mile long line of trump's supporters. Arriving for this rally you could tell this was going to be a big one. I got to the capital around ten. Am along with impure producer. Lauren hodges a few dozen people there at the time. They were praying for an intervention Chanting you know just really hoping for anything that could stop votes certification and even from that early. The mood was already tense and angry. People were upset about georgia and we spoke with 67-year-old brenda gifford driven thirty four hours from arizona. To be there and we could barely hear her over a fight going on in the background. There's always going to be wacky people in gatherings like this. They you know they're they're. They're rude people everywhere and we choose to not be them so it was already tense. And and then enter the proud boys a violent right wing gang and they start marching through the area berating and taunting as they pass by saying things like gee your jobs traders. And then they stop and they're waiting for something and word goes through the crowd that these factions are coming and that they're all gonna meet at one pm to march on the capital which is roughly the time when congress was convening to of firm the electoral college votes lawmakers inside were beginning to raise these bogus challenges. What happened at that point outside. Well we see this massive swell of marchers coming down pennsylvania avenue. I mean thousands of people. It seemed at this point. A proud boys are essentially the frontline force. This crowd goes up the hill toward the capital. Where they're scaffolding. Set up for the inauguration. Already stacks of folding chairs but as far as protection all we saw mesh barriers Metal fencing and a small contingent of capital police and they were just quickly overwhelmed. In some cases the police open the gates and we also just saw the mob trample and tear down barriers. Climb up the scaffolding and then the scene descended into chaos. What was it like to be in that crowd. Oh goodness sane. People were giddy. Excited hyped up. They talked about being part of history but the underlying message one of rage and often violence so yet more common in the crowd were over calls for executing kratz targeting journalists slurs against antiques. Black lives matter activists. One man from ohio who would only give his name is. Joe offered this as a solution and warning here. He uses very graphic and violent language. That people in this house who stole this election from us hanging from a gallo in this long for the whole world to see so. It never happens again. That's what needs to happen. Four by four by four hanging from a rope out here for treason so yeah i mean. This quickly turned into a mob scene. We're talking about fifteen minutes from two. Pm to to fifteen when they just sorta swarmed on the on the steps of the capitol people everywhere very minimal security response and then we heard them start to bang on the doors and just looking for any way into that building. And so as we've seen now these scenes they got in rampaged through the halls of the capitol and for the most part were allowed to leave of their own accord. Can i ask what you were thinking about this. As someone who has covered extremism at home and abroad for years yeah. I've been following the build up of angry violent rhetoric from this movement for months now. So i mean the shocking part. Isn't that a pro-trump mob did exactly what they've been saying. They're going to do but that they were just allowed to do it. Especially when we saw such heavy handed police tactics in some cities black and other civil rights protesters so yeah looking forward. There'll be a debate about accountability for the security breach. And i expect broader discussion about how to deal with right wing extremism. Npr's head allan thank you very much. Thank you and that is a first for this thursday january seventh. I'm steve inskeep king. We would love it if you start your day here with us again tomorrow. We are on twitter. Wet up i you ready for more. Npr news there's a radio show for that which will give you the latest developing live events. You can find. Npr's morning edition on your npr station and find that station if you need to. Stations npr dot org also for podcasts. Local news and latest headlines take npr everywhere with the npr. One app which.

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04:38 min | 2 months ago

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"Live from npr news. I'm barbara klein. The head of operation warp speed says shipping containers are now being packed with the pfizer. Biontech corona virus vaccine that one. Fda emergency use authorization yesterday fda. Commissioner dr steven hahn says the go ahead was based on science only following reports that the white house threatened to fire him if the vaccine wasn't approved by last night science data guided the fda's decision. We worked quickly based on the urgency of this pandemic not because of any other external pressure. The pfizer vaccine jumped another hurdle. Today a cdc advisory panel gave its stamp of approval for those sixteen and older. The cdc itself is expected to prove the panel's recommendation quickly. Meanwhile the head of operation warp speed says the vaccine being loaded in containers will start going out tomorrow. Hospitals could start employees vaccinations as soon as monday. Thousands of president. Trump's supporters are rallying in the nation's capital today. The crowds are smaller than last month's dc maga- march but the unifying cause is the same. The unsubstantiated claim that the presidential election was rigged as npr's hannah alum reports speakers and protesters chanted a now familiar list of grievances. Disinformation about election fraud leftist protesters and the pandemic as with previous rallies a diverse mix of trump voters mingled with the extremist fringe including the proud boys confederate groups and kyun on conspiracy theorists speakers included. Trump's pardoned ex national security adviser. Michael flynn the crowd. Cheered is trump. Briefly flew overhead in the marine one helicopter on his way to another event similar rallies are taking place at state capitals across the country and our lamb. Npr news washington. Today is the fifth anniversary of the paris. Climate accord and world leaders are participating in a virtual summit on curbing global warning though no trump administration officials taking part. Npr's amy held reports china. The world's biggest polluter announced modestly tougher pledges to cut carbon emissions and boost its wind and solar capacity in a year marked by wildfires ravaging australia the amazon and the american west coast scores of other world leaders via video. Message vowed to do more to turn things around. President trump ditch the climate accord but los angeles mayor. Eric garcetti who chairs c forty cities global climate action group spoke at the summit. The paris agreement is covenant among nations. But its consequences play out in our cities. President-elect joe biden who is set to take office in five weeks has pledged to rejoin the global accord that same day with the goal of getting. Us emissions down to net zero by twenty fifty. Amy held npr news. This is npr britain and the e. You say they're not likely to bridge differences over a post. Brexit trade deal by the end of the year negotiators met in brussels today. And there are no signs of compromise. California is seeking to join the us government's lawsuit against google npr shannon bond reports california's attorney general would be the first democrat to support the effort when the justice department sued google for allegedly abusing. Its power to stifle rivals. Eleven states joined the case. All have republican attorneys general. Now google's home state is entering the fray california ag heavier. Sarah says the case will restore competition and other states with democratic agee's including new york are also investigating google and say they too may join the federal lawsuit. Google which is among npr's financial supporters says people use it services because they want to not because they don't have alternatives. This is one of the last action. Sarah will take on california's behalf. President elect joe biden has tapped him to lead the department of health and human services shannon von. Npr news space tourism company. Virgin galactic attempted to launch. Its first rocket powered test flight with a crew this morning from the company space port in new mexico. But it didn't go as planned the ignition sequence for the rocket motor. Didn't complete the company says the vehicle and crew are in great shape and they'll try again soon more than six hundred customers have already booked tickets. I'm barbara klein npr news..

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Thousands gather in Washington D.C. to show support for Trump

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00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Thousands gather in Washington D.C. to show support for Trump

"Of president. Trump's supporters are rallying in the nation's capital today. The crowds are smaller than last month's dc maga- march but the unifying cause is the same. The unsubstantiated claim that the presidential election was rigged as npr's hannah alum reports speakers and protesters chanted a now familiar list of grievances. Disinformation about election fraud leftist protesters and the pandemic as with previous rallies a diverse mix of trump voters mingled with the extremist fringe including the proud boys confederate groups and kyun on conspiracy theorists speakers included. Trump's pardoned ex national security adviser. Michael flynn the crowd. Cheered is trump. Briefly flew overhead in the marine one helicopter on his way to another event similar rallies are taking place at state capitals across the country and our lamb. Npr news washington.

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04:37 min | 3 months ago

"hannah alum" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. I'm barbara klein. President-elect joe biden top aide says the trump administration needs to authorize a transition of power this week to allow coordination with government officials on national security and the coronavirus pandemic but ron claimed tells. Nbc's meet the press. The administration congress needs to be acting now to shore up local governments struggling from the pandemic's economic fallout. We're going to see layoffs of police firefighters teachers in the next month and a lot of states and localities unless these local governments get the aid they need a nationwide surge. In cases is driving. Many states to impose new restrictions according to johns hopkins university more than one hundred sixty six thousand people in the us tested positive for corona virus. Just yesterday in canada. The number of corona virus cases continues to climb rapidly. Five provinces broke records for daily cases yesterday and chuck reports canada's chief public health official is now warning that hospitals there could soon be swamped ontario quebec alberta saskatchewan and manitoba. Their previous daily case counts on saturday as covid. Nineteen infections. continue to soar. Dr theresa tam. The country's top doctor says that the current rate the country could see new cases a day by mid december and other experts warned. That candidate isn't prepared for those numbers. Tam says hospitals across the country are already being forced to make difficult decisions about canceling elective surgeries. Prime minister justin trudeau also pushed provincial leaders to bring in tougher measures to curb the spread of the pandemic and not to be deterred by the economic costs of shutting down businesses for npr news. I'm dan carpenter can toronto after a day of tense but mostly peaceful demonstrations in washington dc yesterday supporters president trump and counter demonstrators clashed last night. Npr's hannah alum reports crowds of trump's supporters. Rallied under one slogan. Stop the steel. It's the baseless claim that the president's lost joe biden was the result of fraud. The event racially diverse conservatives. Along with french factions. Like cunanan conspiracy theorists white nationalist in the proud boys. The city had prepared for unrest. But the day was mostly peaceful. There were some minor skirmishes as police tried to keep the pro-trump marchers encounter protesters separated after the rally. Anti-fascist activists gathered around downtown hotels where the trump supporters were staying shouting matches turned into sporadic fights in one dc authorities say a young man was seriously injured in a stabbing and al-am npr news. Fifteen countries of signed a deal that creates the world's largest trading bloc the regional comprehensive economic partnership involves china and fourteen other asia pacific nations about a third of the global economy. This is npr. The president of azerbaijan is promising to protect christian churches. When the predominantly muslim country takes control of nagorno karabakh formerly controlled by ethnic armenians. The power shift is a result of a russian brokered. Peace deal ending six weeks of fighting between armenia and other by john in india. Millions of people are celebrating the hindu festival of devali this weekend but as npr's laura freya reports they're encountering too major threats corona virus and air pollution. The air quality index in new delhi is hovering in the high four hundred on a five hundred point. Scale that a severe risk of respiratory problems smog descends on delhi every winter as farmers burn crop residue and cold temperatures keep emissions from vehicles and coal burning power plants hanging in the air. Smoke from devali firecrackers makes it worse. The local government banned firecrackers this year but violations could be heard across the city. The spike in pollution has also coincided with a spike in corona virus cases in delhi scientists say long term exposure to polluted air increases. Chances of serious illness or death from covid. Nineteen lauren fryer. Npr news hurricane. Iota is gaining strength in the caribbean sea forecasters say it'll approach the coasts of nicaragua and honduras tomorrow night. Both countries are still reeling. After hurricane etta came ashore over a week ago it's the thirtieth hurricane of the atlantic season. I'm barbara klein npr news..

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At least 20 arrested as pro- and anti-Trump protesters clash in Washington, DC

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00:51 sec | 3 months ago

At least 20 arrested as pro- and anti-Trump protesters clash in Washington, DC

"After a day of tense but mostly peaceful demonstrations in washington dc yesterday supporters president trump and counter demonstrators clashed last night. Npr's hannah alum reports crowds of trump's supporters. Rallied under one slogan. Stop the steel. It's the baseless claim that the president's lost joe biden was the result of fraud. The event racially diverse conservatives. Along with french factions. Like cunanan conspiracy theorists white nationalist in the proud boys. The city had prepared for unrest. But the day was mostly peaceful. There were some minor skirmishes as police tried to keep the pro-trump marchers encounter protesters separated after the rally. Anti-fascist activists gathered around downtown hotels where the trump supporters were staying shouting matches turned into sporadic fights in one dc authorities say a young man was seriously injured in a stabbing and al-am npr news.

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04:35 min | 1 year ago

"hannah alum" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Lakshmi Singh the. US Senate stands adjourn until one PM. Tuesday when president trump's impeachment trial begins begins the chief justice of the United States. John Roberts is presiding after he was sworn in today for the historic preceding so was a full chamber of senators. Do you solemnly. We swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial social justice according to the Constitution and laws. So help you. God The senators and sign their names to an official ledger and so began the process of putting joining the president on trial on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. He has consistently denied the Democrats allegations that he leveraged a huge amount of military eight to Ukraine in order to get key to announce an investigation into a twenty two thousand election rival fueling calls for documents and witnesses. The Government Accountability Office a nonpartisan government watchdog. That works for Congress has found that the president broke the law by freezing funds. Congress had appropriated for Aid to Ukraine. NPR's to Mac. Doc has details house speaker. Nancy Pelosi said that the independent Gao legal opinion stresses the need for a trial that includes witnesses. Oh Mb the White House. The administration broke on saying that broke the wall this reinforces again. The need for documents and eye witnesses in the Senate. The White House has insisted that the president acted within his authority and House. Republican leader Kevin McCarthy continues to assert that the president did nothing wrong. These are taxpayer. Dollars is going to another country that people believe there was corruption with the new administration. I think it was the rightful thing to do. The Senate impeachment trial starts in earnest on Tuesday to Mac. NPR News Washington the FBI says it has disrupted an armed white supremacist. Sell that disgust attacks on black Jewish and other minority communities. NPR's appears Hannah. Alum has more in August prosecutors. Say Canadian Army Reservists Name Patrick Matthews illegally crossed into the US and vanished into an underground network. Work Violent White supremacists today. He surfaced Matthews was among three-man arrested in Maryland after an investigation into a Neo Nazi group known as the base. The other suspects are thirty. Three year old Brian Lumley junior a nineteen year. Old William Bill Bro. The fourth the men face federal weapons and other charges according to court papers papers members of the base used encrypted chat rooms to discuss the creation of a white ethnos date bomb-making an attacks. Limb Lee is a former cavalry scout in the US Army and the Canadian Army Matthews was a combat engineer had alum NPR news. The manager of the New York mets is out Carlos. Beltran was one of the people implicated in Major League Baseball Baseball's investigation into the Houston Astros for sign stealing from Washington. This is NPR news. The governor of Tennessee says he will sign a bill that legally shields faith-based adoption agencies that refused to work with same sex couples from from member station W. P. L. N. said humor. Tina Spelt Ron reports. Tennessee would join ten other states that allow religious adoption agencies to refuse child placements placements on moral beliefs. You also particularly agencies from being sued be companies have posted losses last year including global money management firm Alliancebernstien gene. These has some Republicans concerned about corporate backlash. They predict Tennessee. will face some loss but those who pushed for the law. This MR concerns. These say they are on a mission to protect religious freedom and this is one more step in direction for NPR news. I'm said he'll Martinez built Ron in Nashville a report but by the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria documents multiple violations endured by millions of Syrian children. Over eight and a half years of war from Geneva Lisa Sean reports. Investigators say many of the children are suffering from severe physical and mental health problems. The report presented nightmarish picture of millions of Syrian. Children who've been subjected subjected to unimaginable brutality and robbed of their dreams and childhood over eight and a half years of civil war. It says many children are suffering from disabilities police as well as devastating psychological issues. The report finds more than five million. Children who've been displaced by conflict are particularly vulnerable to violation sets line reporting from Geneva. The Dow is up nearly two hundred points since the open. I'm Lakshmi Singh N._p._R. News..

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"hannah alum" Discussed on NPR News Now

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04:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Lakshmi Singh the. US Senate stands adjourn until one PM. Tuesday when president trump's impeachment trial begins begins the chief justice of the United States. John Roberts is presiding after he was sworn in today for the historic preceding so was a full chamber of senators. Do you solemnly. We swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial social justice according to the Constitution and laws. So help you. God The senators and sign their names to an official ledger and so began the process of putting joining the president on trial on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. He has consistently denied the Democrats allegations that he leveraged a huge amount of military eight to Ukraine in order to get key to announce an investigation into a twenty two thousand election rival fueling calls for documents and witnesses. The Government Accountability Office a nonpartisan government watchdog. That works for Congress has found that the president broke the law by freezing funds. Congress had appropriated for Aid to Ukraine. NPR's to Mac. Doc has details house speaker. Nancy Pelosi said that the independent Gao legal opinion stresses the need for a trial that includes witnesses. Oh Mb the White House. The administration broke on saying that broke the wall this reinforces again. The need for documents and eye witnesses in the Senate. The White House has insisted that the president acted within his authority and House. Republican leader Kevin McCarthy continues to assert that the president did nothing wrong. These are taxpayer. Dollars is going to another country that people believe there was corruption with the new administration. I think it was the rightful thing to do. The Senate impeachment trial starts in earnest on Tuesday to Mac. NPR News Washington the FBI says it has disrupted an armed white supremacist. Sell that disgust attacks on black Jewish and other minority communities. NPR's appears Hannah. Alum has more in August prosecutors. Say Canadian Army Reservists Name Patrick Matthews illegally crossed into the US and vanished into an underground network. Work Violent White supremacists today. He surfaced Matthews was among three-man arrested in Maryland after an investigation into a Neo Nazi group known as the base. The other suspects are thirty. Three year old Brian Lumley junior a nineteen year. Old William Bill Bro. The fourth the men face federal weapons and other charges according to court papers papers members of the base used encrypted chat rooms to discuss the creation of a white ethnos date bomb-making an attacks. Limb Lee is a former cavalry scout in the US Army and the Canadian Army Matthews was a combat engineer had alum NPR news. The manager of the New York mets is out Carlos. Beltran was one of the people implicated in Major League Baseball Baseball's investigation into the Houston Astros for sign stealing from Washington. This is NPR news. The governor of Tennessee says he will sign a bill that legally shields faith-based adoption agencies that refused to work with same sex couples from from member station W. P. L. N. said humor. Tina Spelt Ron reports. Tennessee would join ten other states that allow religious adoption agencies to refuse child placements placements on moral beliefs. You also particularly agencies from being sued be companies have posted losses last year including global money management firm Alliancebernstien gene. These has some Republicans concerned about corporate backlash. They predict Tennessee. will face some loss but those who pushed for the law. This MR concerns. These say they are on a mission to protect religious freedom and this is one more step in direction for NPR news. I'm said he'll Martinez built Ron in Nashville a report but by the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria documents multiple violations endured by millions of Syrian children. Over eight and a half years of war from Geneva Lisa Sean reports. Investigators say many of the children are suffering from severe physical and mental health problems. The report presented nightmarish picture of millions of Syrian. Children who've been subjected subjected to unimaginable brutality and robbed of their dreams and childhood over eight and a half years of civil war. It says many children are suffering from disabilities police as well as devastating psychological issues. The report finds more than five million. Children who've been displaced by conflict are particularly vulnerable to violation sets line reporting from Geneva. The Dow is up nearly two hundred points since the open. I'm Lakshmi Singh N._p._R. News..

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"hannah alum" Discussed on NPR News Now

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04:35 min | 1 year ago

"hannah alum" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Lakshmi Singh the. US Senate stands adjourn until one PM. Tuesday when president trump's impeachment trial begins begins the chief justice of the United States. John Roberts is presiding after he was sworn in today for the historic preceding so was a full chamber of senators. Do you solemnly. We swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial social justice according to the Constitution and laws. So help you. God The senators and sign their names to an official ledger and so began the process of putting joining the president on trial on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. He has consistently denied the Democrats allegations that he leveraged a huge amount of military eight to Ukraine in order to get key to announce an investigation into a twenty two thousand election rival fueling calls for documents and witnesses. The Government Accountability Office a nonpartisan government watchdog. That works for Congress has found that the president broke the law by freezing funds. Congress had appropriated for Aid to Ukraine. NPR's to Mac. Doc has details house speaker. Nancy Pelosi said that the independent Gao legal opinion stresses the need for a trial that includes witnesses. Oh Mb the White House. The administration broke on saying that broke the wall this reinforces again. The need for documents and eye witnesses in the Senate. The White House has insisted that the president acted within his authority and House. Republican leader Kevin McCarthy continues to assert that the president did nothing wrong. These are taxpayer. Dollars is going to another country that people believe there was corruption with the new administration. I think it was the rightful thing to do. The Senate impeachment trial starts in earnest on Tuesday to Mac. NPR News Washington the FBI says it has disrupted an armed white supremacist. Sell that disgust attacks on black Jewish and other minority communities. NPR's appears Hannah. Alum has more in August prosecutors. Say Canadian Army Reservists Name Patrick Matthews illegally crossed into the US and vanished into an underground network. Work Violent White supremacists today. He surfaced Matthews was among three-man arrested in Maryland after an investigation into a Neo Nazi group known as the base. The other suspects are thirty. Three year old Brian Lumley junior a nineteen year. Old William Bill Bro. The fourth the men face federal weapons and other charges according to court papers papers members of the base used encrypted chat rooms to discuss the creation of a white ethnos date bomb-making an attacks. Limb Lee is a former cavalry scout in the US Army and the Canadian Army Matthews was a combat engineer had alum NPR news. The manager of the New York mets is out Carlos. Beltran was one of the people implicated in Major League Baseball Baseball's investigation into the Houston Astros for sign stealing from Washington. This is NPR news. The governor of Tennessee says he will sign a bill that legally shields faith-based adoption agencies that refused to work with same sex couples from from member station W. P. L. N. said humor. Tina Spelt Ron reports. Tennessee would join ten other states that allow religious adoption agencies to refuse child placements placements on moral beliefs. You also particularly agencies from being sued be companies have posted losses last year including global money management firm Alliancebernstien gene. These has some Republicans concerned about corporate backlash. They predict Tennessee. will face some loss but those who pushed for the law. This MR concerns. These say they are on a mission to protect religious freedom and this is one more step in direction for NPR news. I'm said he'll Martinez built Ron in Nashville a report but by the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria documents multiple violations endured by millions of Syrian children. Over eight and a half years of war from Geneva Lisa Sean reports. Investigators say many of the children are suffering from severe physical and mental health problems. The report presented nightmarish picture of millions of Syrian. Children who've been subjected subjected to unimaginable brutality and robbed of their dreams and childhood over eight and a half years of civil war. It says many children are suffering from disabilities police as well as devastating psychological issues. The report finds more than five million. Children who've been displaced by conflict are particularly vulnerable to violation sets line reporting from Geneva. The Dow is up nearly two hundred points since the open. I'm Lakshmi Singh N._p._R. News..

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer tensions in the Persian Gulf have ratchet up another notch today with the Iranian downing of an unmanned US navy drone over the strait of Hormuz and bureau's. Pentagon. Correspondent Tom Bowman says the US claims the drone was in international airspace. The Pentagon is saying it was an unprovoked attack in an Iranian service to air missile from the Iranian mainland shutdown this large surveillance drone. It's a navy Global Hawk, which is forty six feet long has a wingspan of one hundred and thirty feet though. The Pentagon says it was an international waters in the strait of Hormuz and never traveled closer than twenty one miles off, Iran, our Iran, disputed that claim sang was picking up pieces of the drone just ten miles from its coast top administration officials and lawmakers were briefed at the White House today with the Pentagon, releasing a video showing the drone being down when asked about the shootdown today, President Trump called it quote. A big mistake, Alabama Republican, ROY Moore known for his defiance of federal courts is making a second run for the US Senate and bureau's. Debbie Elliott reports Moore was dogged by allegations of sexual misconduct when he lost to democrat Doug Jones two years ago twice. Ousted Alabama chief Justice, ROY Moore sounded confident announcing his campaign cannot win. Yes, I can win. Not only can I they know can't they being Republican party officials who have discouraged, Moore's candidacy, including Alabama Senator, Richard Shelby, and President Trump. More is not dissuaded. I'm not going against President Trump and all I support President Trump. I'll vote for President Trump, whether he votes from me or not. We'll see democrat Doug Jones beat more in a two thousand seventeen special election in a race dominated by accusations that Moore sought sexual relationships with teenage girls when he was in his thirties. Moore says the claims are false Debbie Elliott NPR news. Mury. The Justice department is charged a twenty one year old Syrian refugee with plotting to attack a church in Pittsburgh, then Perez Hannah L reports authorities say the man was inspired by ISIS and recorded a video pledging loyalty to one of its leaders. Prosecutors say Moustapha away, mar entered the United States as a refugee from Syria in two thousand sixteen. He was resettled in Pittsburgh, where he graduated from high school earlier this month. The FBI investigation began in April triggered by ISIS related messages, Alloway. Mar allegedly had posted on social media, according to court papers Alamar targeted a local church he gave a handwritten plan of attack in Google maps of the location to an undercover FBI agent. He took for a fellow ISIS supporter. Investigators say he also bought nails batteries and other items that could be used in bomb making Holloway Mars expected to make his first quarter appearance Friday. Hannah alum NPR news the Dow was up two hundred and forty nine points. This is NPR. US navy seal called by prosecutors to testify at the murder trial of a colleague, has acknowledged he killed a wounded prisoner in Iraq and what's being described as an act of mercy special operator. First class Cory Scott said today, he is fixated, the teenagers Lomb state fighter after special operations chief Edward Gallagher unexpectedly stabbed him a prosecutor accused Scott who received an immunity deal for his testimony of lying to protect Gallagher Scott at wanted to invoke his fifth amendment right against self-incrimination. But the judge rejected that instead granting him immunity, New Jersey, Senator Corey Booker has released a sweeping clemency plan he would institute on the first day of his presidency NPR's, Daniel Kurtz leben has more. The Booker campaign estimates that seventeen thousand non violent drug offenders, who are serving what Booker calls, quote unjust sentences could get clemency when major goal of the policy would be to diminish racial disparities in the criminal Justice system. Booker's proposal would not immediately. Release prisoners, but would instead start a process where they would be considered for release Booker has made criminal Justice reform, a central part of his presidential run, and he used the announcement as an opportunity to indirectly go on the offensive his campaign pointedly, contrast in this new policy with the nineteen ninety four crime Bill which former vice president, Joe Biden was instrumental in creating and passing many Democrats criticized that Bill today saying it contributed to mass incarceration. Danielle Kurtz, Lieven, NPR news. Futures prices closed higher mid heightened tensions in the Persian Gulf oil up five point four percent to close at fifty six sixty five a barrel. I'm Jack Speer NPR news in Washington.

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08:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Sounds like an earlier Sigler may be all wrapped up in the cerita area. Eastbound ninety one at Bloomfield. It's seven oh, seven this is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. The US fight against the Taliban is not over. But the man known as the American Taliban is free in the fall of two thousand one not long after nine eleven Afghan forces allied with the United States captured John Walker Lindh. He's been in a US federal prison for seventeen years until he was released today earlier, we spoke with NPR national security correspondent Hannah Allam and asked how an American at that time ended up in Afghanistan. Yeah. He grew up in California and around age sixteen. He became interested in a slum ends up converting, and then with his parents permission, he sets off to study Arabic and to slam in Yemen. And then Pakistan, and then he crosses in tough ghanistan and things get really murky he sympathized with the Taliban, 'cause goes off to join them ends up at a training camp where at one point he even met Osama bin Laden. Yeah. This was before nine eleven but definitely after other Al Qaeda tax on US interest. How did you end up in US custody after the United States struck back for nine eleven and Afghantistan? Right. Well, in November, two thousand one Lind was captured by the Afghan Northern Alliance. He's questioned by CIA officers who are on the ground. And then moments after his question this big prisoner revolt unfolds. One of those agents Mike Spann was killed the revolt, put down and in this long and bloody ordeal Lynn gets shot in the leg. But he doesn't end up as one of only eighty six of several. Hundred telephone prisoners to survive. So this is interesting. We've got a guy who served seventeen years of a twenty year sentence. He's out on good behavior, can't hold them any longer, but it's unusual because normally prisoners of war would be prisoners of war until the war is over, then you let them go. But now you have a sort of endless war against terror groups, aren't there, multiple people like John Walker Lindh, who were supposed to get out at some point certainly, you know, he was he sometimes called, detainee, number one in the so-called war on terror. And now in a way he's parolee number one and is it going to be a test case for for, you know, several people who are going to be released in the next four or five years. I spoke to Michael Jensen. He's a researcher at the start center to terrorism research center at the university of Maryland. And he talked about this, this is this is what he said, a wave, that's coming at us right now that we are not currently prepared to deal with. So my hope with the Lynn case is. Is that people look at it carefully assess what his risks in what his needs are? We use that as a foundation to build on for future releases. So, you know, we need to move quickly on this. It's it's in the next four years. We're gonna have a hundred of these individuals that were trying to reintegrate back into US communities. Wow. One hundred. That's right. And Jensen said there is no national plan no strategy in place to deal with this. So there's a scramble now to come up with one. We'll if Lind is the test case, let's think this through. He gets out today. There's still a battle against the Taliban and other terror groups house, the United States going to deal with him. Yeah, absolutely. He he'll get out and he has a probation period of three years. And so in that time, he'll be watched very closely really restricted access to the internet. Pretty much everything he does online for the next three years has to be signed off on by his parole. Officer, always monitored the same way that parents may monitor their kids only more. Extremely right, much more extremely. There's also travel restrictions and other sort of, you know, the normal restrictions for people on probation. But really with with Lind, the extra restrictions on the internet are to prevent him from becoming an online recruiter. For extremist groups Hannah. Thanks so much. Thank you. That's NPR's Hannah alum, the jobless rate in the United States is at a near fifty year low. So all this month NPR's looking at what that means for workers, and communities, many African Americans are seeing an opportunity for better jobs and cheap housing in the south and Charlotte, North Carolina is one of their destinations and Danielle Chesler reports. Brittany Smith shows me around the house. She and her husband bought on the outskirts of Charlotte. Laundering here. Washer dryer standard its beige house with brick facade. There's a front porch and a two car garage and a green front lawn. She holds her fifteen month old daughter, Erla Smith grew up, mostly in Detroit, six years ago. She struggled to find a fulltime job in healthcare, there, her then boyfriend Sam was a career counselor at a college campus, that was closing. We're looking at what cities are growing for young professionals in Charlotte was always like, in the top five, it helped that Smith's father had moved back to North Carolina about two hours away from Charlotte. So they made the move. We did have the idea of, you know, we may go down here for year. We don't like it, then we can always go home, this Smith's are part of an influx of African Americans to Mecklenburg county North Carolina. The African American population here has ballooned by sixty four percent since two thousand some people come from neighboring counties in north and South Carolina. But thousands are coming from Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey in Illinois, and other cities in the south are seeing similar growth, including Houston, Atlanta Tallahassee and Columbia South Carolina Smith. Thirty two is about to begin a new job at a health insurance company doing community outreach. He starts money actually so very quick turnaround. But yet starts Monday her previous job was similar it was a dream job. She says, but the new position pays better and has more responsibility. Sam now her husband found work in Charlotte to as university career counselor opportunities for black, folk the south in that have never been in the same sentence. Demographer Jessica baron in Durham, North Carolina says throughout much of the twentieth century millions of African Americans left the south to escape racial discrimination, and lack of opportunity that we got the Harlem renaissance, and Toco blues. These are all a part of the story of the great. Gration as manufacturing dried up in the rust belt services tech and finance expanded in southern cities, African Americans started coming back, Barron says migrants tend to have higher education and more connections than African Americans who remained in places like North Carolina for generations. The job market for African Americans over the past two years is the best ever unemployment is at six point seven percent. Although it's double the rate for whites Charlotte, in particular, is booming the city has seen eight straight years of job growth, but as the tide has risen here, it has not lifted all boats equally. Charlotte historian Tom Hinchey, it says decades of segregation and redlining have given African Americans in Charlotte, fewer opportunities to buy homes and build wealth. Affordable housing is especially an issue for African Americans. It requires special effort to overcome it because special effort created and in Charlotte. Many. African Americans work in industries, like hospitality and retail where wages have stagnated that mirrors the national trend where wages have grown more slowly for African Americans than any other group. I meet, Nicole muse. Dennis at one of two jobs. She works as bar manager at night and a special education teacher during the day. I'm what I call over employed. I have two jobs and I'm still trying to make it used. Any says raising two daughters as a single mom on a teacher salary, has forced her into a sixty five hour workweek a couple of days later. I join her morning routine. Well flushing here. It's still dark as she gets ready to drive her daughter to school hard, part is just make sure I get out, actually I get up in the morning. That's the hard part. Then shocking actually drive there. Mus- Dennis owns her townhouse in a middle class neighborhood called university city and the value of her home has increased in recent years, but our Texas have gone up, too. As mused Dennis streams to make a living Britney Smith. The Detroit transplant is not as overextended she and her husband both work jobs, they love and they have just one child, she feeds her daughter era, a pouch of organic, sweet potatoes here. I am a transplant that come has come down here enough taken advantage of all these opportunities..

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08:11 min | 1 year ago

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"We took a bold risk, because we still needed to raise all the money we normally would, but in fewer days, thousands of listeners donated, but we still came up short article if you didn't get a chance to give your contribution right now will make a difference contribute at WNYC dot org, or call one eight three seven six WNYC and thank. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. The US fight against the Taliban is not over. But the man known as the American Taliban is going free in two thousand one not long after nine eleven Afghan forces allied with the United States captured John Walker Lindh. He's been federal prison, seventeen years and is to be released today. NPR national security correspondent, Hannah Allom is covering the story, which has many -plication morning. Good Morning America end up in Afghanistan on the side of the Taliban. Well, it's certainly an unusual case Lind was born into a Catholic family in DC. His dad was a lawyer at the Justice department. Yeah. He grew up in California and around age sixteen. He became interested in a slum ends up converting, and then with his parents permission, he sets off to study, Arabic and slum in Yemen, and Pakistan. And then he crosses in tough ghanistan and things. Get really murky. He sympathized with Tele. 'cause goes off to join them ends up at a training camp where at one point he even met Osama bin Laden. Yeah. This was before nine eleven but definitely after other Okita tax on US interests end up in US, custody after the United States struck back for nine eleven and Afghantistan. Right. Well, in November, two thousand one Lind was captured by the Afghan Northern Alliance. He's questioned by CIA officers who are on the ground. And then moments after his questioned this big prisoner. Revolt unfolds. One of those agents Mike Spann was killed the revolt, put down and in this long and bloody ordeal Lynn gets shot in the leg. But he doesn't end up as one of only eighty six several hundred telephone prisoners to survive. So this is interesting. We've got a guy who served seventeen years of a twenty year sentence. He's out on good behavior, can't hold them any longer, but it's unusual because normally prisoners of war would be prisoners of war until the war is over, then you let them go. But now you have. Have a sort of end this war against terror groups and aren't there, multiple people like John Walker Lindh, who were supposed to get out at some point certainly, you know, he was he sometimes called detainee, number one in the so-called war on terror. And now in a way he's parolee number one and is going to be a test case for for, you know, several people who are going to be released in the next four or five years. I spoke to Michael Jackson. He's a researcher at the start center to terrorism research center at the university of Maryland. And he talked about this, this is this is what he said wave that's coming at us right now that we're not currently prepared to deal with. So my hope with the Lynn case is, is that people look at it carefully assess what his risks in what his needs are. We use that as a foundation to build on for future release. So, you know, we need to move quickly on this. It's it's in the next four. Years. We're gonna have a hundred of these individuals that were trying to reintegrate back into US communities. Wow. One hundred. That's right. And Jensen said, there's no national plan no strategy in place to deal with this. So there's a scramble now to come up with one. Well, if Lind is the test case, let's think this through. He gets out today. There's still a battle against the Taliban and other terror groups house, the United States going to deal with him. Yeah, absolutely. He he'll get out and he has a probation period of three years. And so in that time, he'll be watched very closely really restricted access to the internet. Pretty much everything he does online for the next three years has to be signed off on by his parole. Officer, always monitor the same way that parents may monitor their kids only more extremely right much more extremely. There's also travel restrictions and other sort of the normal restrictions for people on probation. But really with with Lind, the extra restrictions on the internet are to prevent him from becoming an online. Cruiser for extremist groups Hannah. Thanks so much. Thank you. That's NPR's Hannah alum, the jobless rate in the United States is at a near fifty year low. So all this month NPR's looking at what that means for workers, and communities, many African Americans are seeing an opportunity for better jobs and cheap housing in the south and Charlotte, North Carolina is one of their destinations and Paris. Danielle Chessel reports Britney Smith shows me around the house. She and her husband bought on the outskirts of Charlotte. This laundry room here washer dryer standard its beige house with brick facade. There's a front porch and a two car garage and green front lawn. She holds her fifteen month old daughter Erla. Smith grew up, mostly in Detroit, six years ago. She struggled to find a fulltime job in healthcare. They're her then boyfriend Sam was a career counselor at a college campus, that was closing looking at what cities are growing for young professionals in Charlotte was always like, in the top five it helped that Smith's father had moved back to North Carolina about two hours away from Charlotte, so they made the move. We did have the idea. We may go down here for a year. We don't like it. Then we can always go home, this Smith's are part of an influx of African Americans to Mecklenburg county North Carolina. The African American population here has ballooned by sixty four percent since two thousand some people come from neighboring counties in north and South Carolina. But thousands are coming from Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Illinois and other cities in the south are seeing similar growth, including Houston, Atlanta Tallahassee and Columbia South Carolina Smith. Thirty two is about to begin a new job at health insurance company doing community outreach starts Monday, actually so very quick turnaround. But yet starts Monday her previous job was similar it was a dream job. She says, but the new position pays better and has more responsibility. Sam now her husband found work in Charlotte to as university career counselor opportunities for black folks, the south, and that have never been in the same sentence. Demographer Jessica baron endure North Carolina says throughout much of the twentieth century millions of African Americans left this out to escape racial discrimination, and lack of opportunity that the Harlem renaissance, and Toco, blue as are all a part of the story of the great Bank ration-, as manufacturing dried up in the rust belt services tech and finance expanded in southern cities, African Americans started coming back, Barron says migrants tend to have higher education and more. Actions than African Americans who remained in places like North Carolina for generations. The job market for African Americans over the past two years is the best ever unemployment is at six point seven percent. Although it's double the rate for whites Charlotte, in particular, is booming the city has seen eight straight years of job growth, but as the tide has risen here, it has not lifted all boats equally. Charlotte historian, Tom Hanshin, says decades of segregation and redlining have given African Americans in Charlotte, fewer opportunities to buy homes and build wealth. Affordable housing, especially in issue for African Americans. It requires special effort to overcome it because special effort created and in Charlotte. Many African Americans work in industries, like hospitality and retail where we just have stagnated that mirrors the national trend where wages have grown more slowly for African Americans than any other group. I meet, Nicole muse. Dennis. At one of two jobs. She works as bar manager at night, and especially teacher during the day. I'm what I call over.

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03:25 min | 2 years ago

"hannah alum" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Three five eighty three sixty. Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show. So the new fresh faces in congress, they are bringing forth all their best ideas, like calling President, Trump, bad names and also shouting in patriot really loud. We have Brad Sherman who is my Representative here in California, and is a full-fledged do f- he intends to introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump on Thursday as the new session of congress convenes because this is a priority. Or they will impeach President Trump with no underlying charges. He's going to accuse Trump of obstruction of Justice in the firing of James, call me, which is absolutely asinine. There's no obstruction of Justice in firing your own FBI director. You have the authority to do that the Komi himself testified that the Muller investigation was not hampered in any way by his firing. And yet they're not going to try and impeach him. But that's not all they're going to scream about it. So as to why who's another one of these new faces a fresh fresh-faced, I'm not the one labeling these people the new leaders of the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party are in the media are not my fault. I'm not cherry picking these folks wouldn't Vanity Fair did their spreadsheet their big spread in their new magazine February issue of power players in. What's yours, truly appears Democrats? They chose from congress were AOC Rashida to live. There's all these radicals is the people they chose to feature. This was the new wig the new diverse magical wing. So it's alive. Is a radical anti Semite and not only is she in favor of boycott divestment and sanctions from the state of Israel. She has tweeted out radically awful things about Israel and Jews before she's a terrible person. And Rashid it's alive. But we can't say that she's a terrible person because she's diverse righteous one of the first Muslim American Congress people she along with another one of her colleagues in congress this year. She is she is just their they're Muslim. And this means that they're inherently good, right? This means they're herald versity is inherently Rasheed. It's Wyatt number one her office immediately. I mean just to show who she is. She moves into a congressional office and Hannah alum who is a reporter tweets out this photo of a map in her office says someone has already made a slight alterations the map that hangs in where lives new congressional office. What does it show it shows a post it note that has been placed over Egypt with an arrow toward Israel and the word Palestine so she wants to replace Israel Palestine, which means the genocide of the Jews in the area, and she's placed that on her map in her congressional office. But don't worry. She's new and fresh-faced. Also, we know she's doing frustration. 'cause she uses lots of curse words. I remember a time, you know, thirty seconds ago when we kept hearing that Donald Trump was very vulgar bad man, because he's Bulger and bad. Now, there are those of us who don't like vulgarity there are those of us who think that Donald Trump is vulgar and vulgarity is not excusable. And then it's a bad thing. There are those of us who think that this sort of approach to politics is ugly. Whether it's Republicans or Democrats, but there's something a little hypocritical about the Democrats whining about vulgarity. And then celebrating is Rashid it's Hawaii goes out there and says that her chief goal is once we impeaching the mother effort issues quite saying this yesterday on here. She was people love you. And you win when your son looks at you and says momma, you one bullies don't win baby..

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03:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Here about it talk about it. Chicago's news and talk WLS AM, eight ninety Chicago's news and talk. Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show. The new fresh faces in congress, they are bringing forth all their best ideas. Like calling President Trump bad names and also shouting impeachment really loud. We have Brad Sherman who is my Representative here in California, and is a full-fledged. Oof. He intends to introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump on Thursday as the new session of congress convenes because this is a priority. Impeach President Trump with no underlying charges. He's going to accuse from structure of Justice in the firing of James, call me, which is absolutely asinine. There's no obstruction of Justice in firing your own FBI director. You have the authority to do that the Komi himself testified that the molar investigation was not hampered in any way by his firing. And yet they're not going to try and impeach him. But that's not all they're going to scream about it. So Rashida who's another one of these new faces fresh faces I'm not the one labeling these people the new leaders of the Democratic Party. The Democratic Party are in the media are not my fault. And not just cherry picking these folks. Hey when Vanity Fair did their spreadsheet. They're big spread in their new magazine February issue of power players in. What's yours, truly appears the Democrats? They chose from congress were AO, see Rashid that's alive. There's all these radicals is the people they chose to feature. This was the new wig the new diverse magical wing so Russian. It's alive is a radical anti Semite and not only is she in favor of boycott divestment and sanctions from the state of Israel. She has tweeted out radically awful things about Israel and Jews before she's a terrible person and retreated Celaya. But we can't say that she's a terrible person because she's diverse right? She's one of the first Muslim American Congress people she along with another one of her colleagues in congress this year. She is she is just their they're Muslim. And this means that they're inherently good, right? This means they're herald good versity is inherently good, Rasheed. It's alive number one her office immediately. I mean just to show who she is. She moves into a congressional office and. Hannah alum who is a reporter tweets out this photo of a map in her office and said someone has already made a slight alterations the map that hangs in Rasheed. It's lives new congressional office. What does it show it shows a post it note that has been placed over Egypt with an arrow toward Israel and the word Palestine so she wants to replace Israel Palestine, which means the genocide of the Jews in the area, and she's placed that on her map Eric congressional office. But don't worry she's new and fresh faced. Also, we know she's new infrastructure 'cause she uses lots of curse words, l I remember time, you know, thirty seconds ago when we kept hearing that Donald Trump was very vulgar bad man, because he's vulgar and bad. Now, there are those of us who don't like vulgarity there are those of us who think that Donald Trump is vulgar, and has vulgarity is not excusable that it's a bad thing. There are those of us who think that this sort of approach to politics is ugly. Whether it's Republicans or Democrats, but there's something a little hypocritical about the Democrats whining about vulgarity, and then celebrating is Rashida to lie at goes out there and says that her chief goal is going to be impeach. During the mother effort issues caught saying this yesterday on tape here. She was people love you. And you win. When.

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

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"Three five eight. Eighty-three sixty. Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show. So the new fresh faces in congress, they are bringing all their best ideas like hauling president from bad names and also shouting impeachment really loud. We have Brad Sherman who is my Representative here in California, and is a full-fledged. Oof. He intends to introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump on Thursday as the new session of congress convenes because this is a priority. We're going to impeach President Trump with no underlying charges. He's going to accuse Trump of obstruction of Justice in the firing of James, call me, which is absolutely asinine. There's no obstruction of Justice in firing your own FBI director, you have the authority to do that the Komi himself testified that the molar investigation was not hampered in any way by his firing. And yet they're not going to try and impeach him. But that's not all they're going to scream about it. So Rashida Twi who's another one of these new faces a fresh face again. I'm not the one labeling these people the new leaders of the Democratic Party the. Party are in the media are not my fault. I'm not just cherry picking these folks. Hey, Vanity Fair did their spreadsheet. They're big spread in their new magazine February issue of power players in. What's yours, truly appears the Democrats? They chose from congress were AOC that's alive. There's all these radicals is the people they chose to feature. This was the new wig the new diverse magical wing. So it's alive is a radical anti Semite and not only is she in favor of boycott divestment and sanctions from the state of Israel. She has tweeted out radically awful things about Israel and Jews before she's a terrible person. And Rashid it's alive. But we can't say that she's a terrible person because she's diverse right? She's one of the first Muslim American Congress people she along with another one of her colleagues in congress this year. She is she is just their they're Muslim. And this means that they're inherently good, right? This means they're herald good versity is inherently Rasheed. It's alive number one her office immediately. I mean just to show who she is. She moves into congressional office and. Hannah alum who is a reporter tweets out this photo of a map in her office and says someone has already made a slight alterations map that hangs in Rasheed lives new congressional office. What does it show it shows a post it note that has been placed over Egypt with an arrow toward Israel and the word Palestine so she wants to replace Israel with Palestine, which means the genocide of the Jews in the area, and she's placed that on her map inner congressional office. But don't worry she's new and fresh faced. Also, we know she's doing frustration. 'cause she uses lots of curse words. I remember a time, you know, thirty seconds ago when we kept hearing that Donald Trump was a very vulgar bad man, because he's Bulger and bad. Now, there are those of us who don't like vulgarity there are those of us who think that Donald Trump is vulgar. And there's vulgarity is not excusable, and it's a bad thing there. Those of us who think that this sort of approach to politics is ugly. Whether it's Republicans or Democrats, but there's something a little hypocritical about the Democrats whining about vulgarity, and then celebrating is Rashida to lie at goes out there and says that her chief goal is once we impeaching the mother effort issues caught saying this yesterday on tape here. She was people love you. And you win.

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KLIF 570 AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

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"Show. So the new fresh faces in congress, they are bringing forth all their best ideas, like hauling, President, Trump, bad names and also shouting impeachment really loud. We have Brad Sherman who is my Representative here in California, and is a full-fledged do f- he intends to introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump on Thursday as the new session of congress convenes because this is a priority to impeach President Trump with no underlying charges. He's going to accuse Trump of obstruction of Justice in the firing of James, call me, which is absolutely asinine. There's no obstruction of Justice in firing your own FBI director, you have the authority to do that the Komi himself testified that the molar investigation was not hampered in any way by his firing. And yet they're not going to try and impeach him. But that's not all they're going to scream about it. So Rashida to why is another one of these new faces a fresh face good. I'm not the one labeling these people the new leaders of the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party are in the media are not my. Fault. I'm not just cherry picking these folks. Hey when Vanity Fair did their spreadsheet. They're big spread in their new magazine February issue of power players in. What's yours, truly appears the Democrats? They chose from congress were see Russia to alive as all these radicals is the people they chose to feature. This was the new wig the new diverse magical wing. So she didn't alive is a radical anti Semite and not only is she in favor of boycott divestment and sanctions from the state of Israel. She has tweeted out radically awful things about Israel and Jews before she's a terrible person. And Rashid it's alive. But we can't say that she's a terrible person because she's diverse one of the first Muslim American Congress people she along with another one of her colleagues in congress this year. She is she is just their they're Muslim. And this means that they're inherently good, right? This means they're heralded diversity is inherently good receipts. Wyatt number one her office immediate. I mean just to show who she is. She moves into our congressional office. And Hannah alum who is reporter tweets out this photo of a map in her office and says someone has already made a slight alterations the map that hangs in Rasheed. It's lives new congressional office. What does it show it shows a post it note that has been placed over Egypt with an arrow toward Israel and the word Palestine so she wants to replace Israel with Palestine, which means the genocide of the Jews in the area, and she's placed that on her map inner congressional office. But don't worry she's new and fresh faced. Also, we know she's doing face because she uses lots of curse words. I remember time, you know, thirty seconds ago when we kept hearing that Donald Trump was very vulgar bad man, because he's vulgar and bad. Now, there are those of us who don't like vulgarity there are those of us who think that Donald Trump is vulgar and his vulgarity is not excusable, then it's a bad thing. There are those of us who think that this sort of approach to politics is ugly. Whether it's Republicans or Democrats, but there's something a little hypocritical about the Democrats whining about vulgarity, and then celebrating is to lie at goes out there and says that her chief goal is once we impeaching the mother effort issues quite saying this yesterday on tape here. She was people love you. And.

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WMAL 630AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"hannah alum" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Six on Washington's mall W M A L wash on homes. The new fresh faces in congress. They are bringing forth all their best ideas, like calling President, Trump, bad names and also shouting and patriot really loud. We have Brad Sherman. Who is my Representative here in California, and is a full-fledged. Oof. He intends to introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump on Thursday as the new session of congress convenes because this is a priority. Impeach President Trump with underlying charges. He's going to accuse Trump of obstruction of Justice in the firing of James, call me, which is absolutely asinine. There's no obstruction of Justice in firing your own FBI director, you have the authority to do that the Komi himself testified that the molar investigation was not hampered in any way by his firing. And yet they're not going to try to impeach him. But that's not all they're going to scream about it. So as to why because another one of these new faces a fresh face again, I'm not the one labeling these people the new leaders of the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party are in the media are not my fault. I'm not just cherry picking these folks. Hey, wouldn't Vanity Fair did their spreadsheet their big spread in their new magazine February issue of power players in? What's yours, truly appears in Democrats? They chose from congress were AOC that's alive. There's all these radicals is the people they chose to feature. This was the new wig the new diverse magical wing. So she didn't ally is a radical anti Semite, not only is she in favor of boycott divestment and sanctions from the state of Israel. She has tweeted out radically awful things about Israel and Jews before she's a terrible person. And Rashid it's alive. But we can't say that she's a terrible person because she's diverse right? She's one of the first Muslim American Congress people she along with another one of her colleagues in congress this year. She is she's just they're Muslim. And this means that they're inherently good, right? This means they're herald versity is inherently good refutes y number one her office immediate. I mean just to show who she is. She moves into a congressional office. And Hannah alum who is a reporter tweets out this photo of a map in her office and says someone has already made a slight alterations wives new congressional office. What does it show it shows a post it note that has been placed over Egypt with an arrow toward Israel and the word Palestine Schwantz to replace Israel Palestine, which means the genocide of the Jews in the area, and she's pleased that on her map in our congressional office. But don't worry. She's new and fresh faced. Also, we know she's doing fresh because she uses lots of curse words. I remember a time, you know, thirty seconds ago when we kept hearing that Donald Trump was very vulgar bad man, because he's vulgar and bad. There are those of us who don't like vulgarity or those of us who think that Donald Trump is vulgar and vulgarity is not excusable, and it's a bad thing there. Those of us who think that this sort of approach to politics is ugly. Whether it's Republicans or Democrats, but there's something a little hypocritical about the Democrats whining about vulgarity, and then celebrating is where she did to goes out there and says that her chief goal is going to be impeaching the mother effort. She was caught saying this yesterday on tape here. She was people love you..

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