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"hashmi" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Plasma definitely back to that specifically when you think of presidents like they're the CEO's of CEO's and there's a lot of research goes into like traits of CEO's and like how you become a CEO like historically if you look at a lot of the president's Democrat Republican. There's a lot of alleged sexual assault or sexual misconduct. Like I think to become the present. You gotTa have a screw loose to begin with it's becoming everywhere overload. Fuck when they want when it's it's almost like if you say no to them that's not a good idea. Now they look and the age of social media like anybody can become famous right like the. You got the instagram thoughts in the members. And you got the people on twitter who are basically outraged at everything in everything The you got the grafters you're basically selling outrage for money. Hand especially recently. Everyone figured out a different path to success in the in the realm of like fame and notoriety. And you know you gotTa keep you gotTa keep your head on the swivel in realize that some of a lot of these people aren't in it for the right reason. Yeah and I think that's part of the reason why I at least felt in part not to bring up the list. But that's kind of why the list exists is because like people need to be called out on this stuff whether they you know on the left and right for shameless hypocrisy basically shameless. Hypocrisy shameless promoting like A. And like you're seeing it more and more specifically with this terror read stuff but obviously it happens to different degrees. Yeah I got a question on that. So speaking of that. How you can't always tell where people are coming from. Do you think it's odd that most news outlets in twenty twenty are basically in different spots on the political spectrum in America? At least or is that just what's bound to happen with a free market system? I mean that's a tough to say early because a lot of news outlets I think have been called out on their biases because social media and Internet are just right at your fingertips you can immediately find where the consistency is for some of these news organizations For example I mean just in the last Last few weeks since the pandemic started you saw this one video of a nurse complaining about not being given a face mask while treating Corona virus patients right and CBS. News tweeted out having flushed out anything with any story on it and basically this viral even Bernie Sanders acknowledged that when he was still in the race and then it turned out that her story wasn't factually accurate. She embellished as she was giving. One mask whoops our than zero. Obviously one asked great for an entire week because my brother-in-law who's in Long Island. He's a he's a radiation oncology resident. He was basically conscripted to treat chronic virus patients and they only gave him one mask for the girls. They were only given that one cup. You know they may make do Suraj. But that's a great point. We'll we'll brought up so you work for the examiner right which is like notably in public conservative News outlet right. Then if if you look at You know after Bezos brought bought the Washington Post even more show people. Consider THAT THE HUFFINGTON POST. I would say. All of them have their spots. I mean they're all into specific audience on that part of the spectrum lyrically and that's just show you. How did that happen? Whatever happened to good old fashioned just money? Money and money in the fact that the parties play a large role in influencing what goes into those outlets. But what's interesting though? Is that news? Used to be a lot faker than it is now because there's no internet nothing. There would be one person who there'd be a reporter who witnessed one thing and there'd be no one that'd be like Oh we can't dispute this because there was no one else to check to be confident. That's it yeah. Yeah you'd have to take their word for but also the there was a time when we used to believe everything that the government told us and that was pre Vietnam War once the Pentagon came out that whole fabric of trusting whatever. The government tells US completely eroded away aliens next that we all just want not documentary on aliens by the way just wasn't only last week that the Pentagon yeah we got we got. Ufo's and no one cares. Yeah it's interesting timing. Yeah they did the MJ shroud. Hey so the list right. That's your thing. How does it work for people who don't know the list? What survival the list? It started off as a power ranking of people who need their phones taken away and an initially started. When George Con- This is start in December of two thousand nineteen right after Thanksgiving George Conway to his wife Kellyanne Conway who is a visor to president trump? All She Kellyanne tweeted. Something about how Joe Biden needed help from the Ukrainian government Sort of help them with an election. There's something like that George Carlin quote tweets are saying. Apparently your boss did and it was just like. Why are you putting this out in the public sphere? Like.
"hashmi" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Drinking doesn't give a shit. I mean he cares. Who knows you just use hope really but you just do and at the end usually works out for combat grandparents are Catholic. But only do this one day. A week gap psoriasis. Can you give us a real top level view? I mean you said you were these. What's your literal in and out day to day for our listeners. What what's your what's your what's my. What's my vibe? What's the day-to-day your main area? Focus you job. I usually so I I have my own podcast titled and my last name. Hashmi obviously playing for the title. I'm sorry for mispronouncing on us. Okay it makes me sound Japanese. It's all good just listening for the claim it's actually So the name of the podcast hashing it out and essentially what I do. Is I buy the guests every week to kind of break down? A particular topic is the most recent podcast went up on Kim Jong and his whereabouts his disappearance so I had a rebecca. Hi ricks from the Hudson Institute. Kind of break down. What's going on there? But mostly I am following things online through the list and that's kind of my own thing and that sort of informed how I cover news for the exam because a lot of is centered on sort of online discourse of where we're at in so terror read the allegations that she's made of sexual misconduct against Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee. She is going to be the next subject of our subject. That my next podcast. Just because there's a lot of I'm sure you have been observing the type of defenses. That people were coming up with Joe Biden and comparing that to twenty eight eighteen when Brad. Kavanagh was accused of sexual assault by three different women. The Muslims wasn't the defense. The defense that he's Democrat is not the way we do it. Yeah Yeah no. It's it's so it's so brazen in the fact that I'm seeing some members of the media cares empowers and Simone. Sanders actually works for the Biden campaign. But she was previously CNN contributor. Sorta wipe away all their twenty eighteen tweets about Brad. Kavanagh saying that. There's no double standard damn. That's great as wild. Tweet Sir can you? Can you explain what's going on there specifically Because we haven't gotten into that too much on our show. We talked about Terry but yeah I mean essentially what's happening is you're seeing Joe Biden. Get up on Morning Joe and defend himself saying that this Didn't happen and it's false and then you're having a lot of his surrogates Elizabeth Warren for example. Come out this week saying I believe Joe Biden but like two months ago. She was getting onto Blasio for pregnancy discrimination. Saying on Chris Matthews saying on like a post-debate show with Chris Matthews on MSNBC. Why I believe this woman who claiming pregnancy discrimination. It's a real thing like okay. So you know sexual assault now the real thing now that they forced him to be the candidate. I mean where. Where can they go? There's nothing there's nothing left to do. You have to put all their eggs in the basket. Did for one. And they've gone down this road this fall so far that they have to keep going the one off like lemmings. One thing I could see happened. Is that There would be a new revelation that would completely undermine everything by has done with with respect to the terror that he's ation and I can see a completely backfire on him and they may even switch them out. This is all good question. Who Do you think possibly a lot of people are talking about? Hillary Clinton.
"hashmi" Discussed on Hard Factor
"My sister Tagum Denise bannister. Says this is like a free? For All Denise bannister says source please and t wolf? This guy who started the threat says a friend of mine who I used to hang out with when I was homeless. Who is staying in one of these hotels? Oh Clyde for quote the first guy that responded respond says if people leave quarantine hotels they cannot come back. They can't leave and still have room to come back to someone. I know lost their quarantine room that way but they left to get high and it's one hundred percent voluntary anyway so it's basically to homeless guys that started the threat former homeless guy. Current started this incredible thread online and it got out of hand and families of the bus. We got a call. We got a call one of these hotels and give one of these rooms straight from the source. Anyone still alive in there. All right guys. We have a failed coup on our hands and it appears that an ex green beret is behind the failed attempt. I guess you can call it an attempt to get kidnapped kill overthrow Venezuelan president. Nicolas Maduro. This is crazy story and we don't know everything because we're not being told everything Yet by the State Department. And and you know what's happening. But here's what we do know. An ex green beret named Jordan Goo DRO is claiming that he was the mastermind behind the failed coup called Operation Gideon in which to Ex Special Forces soldiers. Luke Denman and Aaron Berry was arrested by the Venezuelan. Army The plan was to do to train defectors of the Venezuelan military slash mercenaries. Remember you have. We had this whole thing with the presidency down there between one. Guy Edo right and we support the other guy not Madero so the to train these factors the Venezuelan military to carry out the operation inside Venezuela. So a guy named drew white who had had Goo Goo Dro- as his best man at his wedding and was also his business partner. Claims that Gujral said the mission was funded by the State Department and was an effort to secure oil interests in Venezuela. Lots of oil. There's we know I mean if you watched acknowledged on net flicks you would you would know. We Really Pat Sharing his screen. That was so lots of world. If you watch acknowledge Netflix. No we really don't even need the oil it's how they are enslaving us But that's for another time The State Department and Trump administration are denying. This you know all the way through secretary of state. Mike pompeo said that If he'd been directly involved it would have gone differently so basically how could it have been us? We would certainly killed him without fail. Madora was pointing the finger at trump. All over the place also visited like a long line of finger-pointing right is this back and forth. It's crazy Madero thinks it's it's trump and Gab. Gedo and more so also the reports that Gujar overseas funding from a member of the Kraft Cheese Family Thomas Rhone craft saying craft brought in investors with cheese families. Getting it on this coup. Yeah the promise of Getting investors the first dibs at lucrative mining and energy sector deals. They're sending assassins after they kill someone that has put a slice of American cheese. Guys WanNa see this guy in action star. That's what I was trying to share if you go to Silver Corp. Usa DOT COM. And just watch A. There's just like a twelve minute video of him training shirtless. This will fuck you up. Delete a coup. But he's great shape. He's Nutty so also apparently Richard Branson this guy hired bringing high security firms Silver Corp for a concert at the border down there which was put on by doe too. So that's how he kinda got tied into Venezuela one interesting connection to the trump is that Gujral is kind of mastermind behind this provided security for the president at least three times at his rallies. His security firm silver courts with pat was just talking about who he founded with. That guy drew wide. I was telling you business partner ex business partner so Silver Cord was actually founded previously interesting to To put Special Forces people inside public schools to to prevent school shootings their main platforms train. Twenty one John Street style. I'm totally sixteen. Pretty jacked bro yet. Most be genetic street close. Yeah Yeah it's also reported that good dro- came up with the Kuu idea after hanging out with trump's longtime bodyguard Keith Schiller I know there's a lot of names and it's really confusing because it's a tangled web of lies at this point basically Trump in the state department are claiming Maduro is engaged in the MELODRAMAS. And he's using all this as propaganda. I mean the bottom line is trump. Wants Madurai out put sanctions on them. He's charged with war crimes. And all this other kind of guys just like. Hey I wanna I WANNA help kick them out in a while you know. Been A and to get back in there. He can really like when it comes to playing with his dog. On the beach with a drone filming. This guy is the best and how that translates directly into staging a coup. I don't see but I'm not. I'm not an expert. Venezuela pat there Well rich country. That somehow doesn't have money so die and the hardest so this Jordan Fella. Yeah we'll so the the latest. The latest development is a video of the detained Special Forces Soldier Luke Denman was broadcast by Maduro on Venezuelan TV and the prisoners. Talking about how the plans of the mission were to train. The defected military. Guys like I was told you take back their country by infiltrating the country taking over an airport kidnapping Madero and shipping him back to the US. When asking the video controls drove the man said that Donald Trump does so kind of an admission or could be that he had a gun pointed Adam who knows I like I said Wonga Ito has been has been you know. Allegations against him Who are governed government again recognizes as the country's real leader Everyone is denying denying. Denying those are something illegal about does if you're trying to openly stage a coup and you not send a shirtless guy over to help. Yeah no we've been doing this for years. Just their pre social media so this the first time we can look at their training regiment before they do the coup but is he. Is he stuck over there Good draw is not was not captured. Two they killed like eight people in the initial like you know when they found these guys. They landed some boats on on a shore. Today they killed a bunch of them and these two. These two guys are notable because they were special forces and they're they're they're detained but also what's what's really crazy is that. Us actually has a bounty on this guy's head. They've offered fifteen million bucks for his capture. So perhaps it's just some guy who saw a business opportunity to make fifteen million dollars but go going to Kim that this guy and he hired Gujral to do it or maybe Google wants that money. I don't know it could just be a private business venture on his website. There's a services tab and the obvious complex project leadership disaster mitigation. There's a there's an option for special programs doesn't have much information on that page content. More details should be pretty lucrative. Our mattia we'll never know. But these actor that's GonNa play. This guy is going to have to be jacked Tom for sure. It's the space station Florida. Tom Cruise is on kill. But yeah it's crazy so I'm sure that will will no more once. The State Department GETS THEIR STORY RIGHT. and You know who knows what's what what they're going to tell us but Madero is in trouble that we know He trump is not happy with them in one. Out of office so That's it for that one and Up Next we have an interview with Suraj Hashmi which is brought to us Brought to you by me UNDIES Hey Francie you may have heard of me on these before. They're on pretty much every podcast ever But besides that Mendis makes the world's most soft and sustainable underwear and their undies for comfort and self expression so whether you odds for solid black or UNICORN IMPRINT. You'll do it all as comfortable as a the kitten it's time to end your toxic relationship with your tattered old undies..
"hashmi" Discussed on Hard Factor
"The Electoral College stuff is all over the site so we are now in full on general election season. Big Time stuff so you WANNA bet over trump. I Biden only. Who's going to get more electoral college votes? Who's GonNa win the Popular Vote Etcetera as well pointed out to me in the pre show pretty much everything is like a coin flip right now so lots of money to be made? I made some really good cash on the trump tweet markets. This week I think about one hundred fifty bucks in a day and a half before it closed out and I ended up making what one hundred ninety bucks for our profit real easy and it was pretty much market to get in there on that stuff biden. For some reason people still think he's not gonNa make it to the general election because this numbers for being the The presumptive nominee or not where they should be made there. They got some some some concerns to be to be validly Wade also which party's GonNa Win Texas and the twenty twenty presidential election guys. It's tough to say. Oh I already did that. Oh it's really talk. Show Republican really tough to say. Republicans are trading at seventy four cents. And they haven't lost that state in quite twenty six cents a share you can make their predicted dot org slash promo slash art factor. Twenty getting action with us. All right we gotta do. We gotta take it back to space mountain because lockdown has been good for only one thing and that's news about space aliens and we've got a shitload more to go through today. We're taking it back to a five star review. We already went over from our boy. Twisted Fang or girl. The title is watch the unacknowledged on Netflix. And it'll start to blow your mind. Okay so we not only will read all five star reviews on air. We'll even do shit. You ask us to if you ask nicely and it sounds fun so twisted Fang. We all watched the unacknowledged. And it's an extremely dark documentary spoiler alert if you don't want to know what happens in this. Netflix stock just yet. It's about one hour and forty five minutes long. You can watch it now and then turn us back on after the time. Three to one spoiler alert three to one proceeding to space corner. Okay so the unacknowledged says that not only was area. Fifty one real. We got alien bodies out there. And then we remade the alien ships with human parts with like Lockheed Martin and all these different contractors defense contractors and that. We're just waiting on the US rb to invade the world posing as aliens in the remade alien spacecraft that are. Ufo's are supposed to look like your foes and now they say that sightings of UFO's on earth these days you don't even know it could be two to six different alien species that the government already knows exists in our own galaxy the Milky Way or it could be our own military testing UFO's zipping around everywhere. Yeah it was fucking crazy. We were both high will but I think we might have watched different movies excited. I didn't I missed. That part all happens at the end. Wow Yeah yeah I hope to Black Hole. Just sucks solid. I don't I don't care. The good thing is is that is that the alien seem to be Not hostile the worried about us being hostile right exactly. They showed up after we nuked people would. That's the most eaters and all that part was called aliens have been saving us for new sells for fifty years. They won't allow us to shoot nukes into space allegedly very alleged. Yes stopped us from not alleged. It was like two instances where nuke was was supposed to go into space and for some reason it failed shows around. They showed up when we when the eight atom bomb during World War thing and then in Japan and then and then they had their eye on America the most of afterwards and we're the only ones that have their spacecraft made it the rest of the world actually knows but we're about to invade and it's all in the skunkworks and I I mean I don't know they've been showing up to like nuclear missile sites like destroying them like disabling the nuclear missiles to the. If it wasn't I'm not in an economic collapse right now I would I would. I had a little bit of money. I would pay someone to literally fact. Check this movie and then just like have fact checking along with it while you're watching it in real time because some of it absolutely is real an interesting like specifically as West pointed out the other day the quotes from former US presidents talking. About how alien absolutely are real. Well Yeah and another thing and another market care my philosophy and twenty twenty s. Believe everything care about nothing like that. So another thing that lends credence to this actually comes to us from Charles in the hive. And that's the Japan has announced that. It's now preparing for possible. Ufo invasions after the Pentagon confirmed that. Ufo's or real last week so Japan's Defense Ministry will draw up plans for any potential encounters with UFO's. Here's the quote from the paper considering procedures to respond to report and report encounters but the unknown nature of such objects may confuse self defense forces pilots including those who F. Fifteen fighter jets which sounds like a really weird way of saying we're ready to shoot at any. Ufo's that you send our way say I want to rethink that defense strategy. Japan maybe maybe it be a handshake situation not well. They say they're going to record and report but also defend so it's not gonna work out for them. Well I would be. I'd be weary to after the Pentagon statement that you. I'd be worried scare all of us. I don't know why it doesn't defense minister. Tarot Kono noted the country's SDF pilots have yet to encounter any UFO's in Japan. Which sounds like bullshit? If that's documentary has any cursing around looking for total bullshit but protocols are being established to cover the possibility of the fake. Us invasion they didn't include that part of the Japanese paper. I just think that you know putting it together on acknowledged speaking of our Space Forces potential first mission the actual space forces now recruiting with an awesome video that they just released and the new netflix series. Space for starring. Steve Carell is the head of the Space Force is dropping may twenty nine. Let's go getting US ready. Getting her mind you know. That's what they made a lot more sense. That trump drop space force right because it kind of came out of fucking nowhere like hey by the way. We're launching a space branch of the military. Like what but then like now you wonder the Pentagon's releasing these tapes. Do they know comedy lined with it. Sweet comedy lined up Japan's ready to blast you out of the sky. It's all lineup valves. But unfortunately I've got to wrap this up with a bit of bad space news. Scientists have found a gigantic black. It's only one thousand light years away from Earth which I read is close. I have no idea they've found it by realizing that the stars around the black hole had a weird movement pattern so there could really just be tons more black holes all around us and we just haven't noticed them yet because they're invisible black holes that will eat you alive so taking it to the Internet about the black holes we got Jonathan Bocanegra. He says black hole for president. And then we've got Philip. Gonzales says duh their portals which I don't know what that means but he's saying obviously you should've known black hole took another time and space. That's the theory of relativity. I think somehow is bald and so Philip says you're idiots for not realizing they were all over the place Sassa. Sansa SASA Morales. Who has lots of Simpson Laker posts? Say Cold and black like my soul and then and then why. Vu says I wouldn't mind if the black hole swallowed the earth tomorrow. I'm with you. Who in March theory? All right guys I'm going to take. It's the Internet right out of the gates from my story. How about that all right ready for that? So t wolf says this is on twitter. Says I just found out that homeless placed in hotels and San Francisco are being delivered alcohol weed and Methadone because they identified as an addict and Alcoholic four free. You're supposed to be offering treatment. This is enabling and his wrong on so many levels at SF P. D. P. H. At some other people And then the SF BPH respondent and said. That's the San Francisco Department of Public Health. They said these harm reduction based practices which are not unique to San Francisco and are not paid with taxpayer money. Help guests successfully complete isolation quarantine and have significant individual and public health benefits in the Cova nineteen pandemic as peeing in the streets. Yes So San Francisco's just The the the permanent public trying to defend itself here. And that's because the city with more human in the streets that affordable housing is supplying some of its homeless with the entire Party during quarantine by putting them up in hotels then delivering alcohol Marijuana Methadone to them whilst a homeless person service is it because they don't want them going into like You know shock and then having to go to the hospital clogging up the hospitals when they need the hospital space. Sure doing sure yes that. That's the argument for it but it's a bridge far. Methadone would be one thing left. It all make sense if you're a methadone a hall. Marijuana does not make much sense. Yeah I've been having any drive to get my weed because my guy pretty much shutdown business and he won't even let me just having parties shot more manageable. No shot Jack Bayless is also the clearly just moving the party from the street to though tell. Ya That's all it's it's just an awesome party hotel multiple floor parties. See what hotels are these. I don't know but I'm going to take it back to the Internet. Here man will start at Remember. T- wolf and remember Yes let's let's get going so responding to T- Wolf Clyde Fair faircloth remember this name as well says hey number one. Tom Are people supposed to seize from alcohol? Withdrawal treatment is not medical detox. If people are alcohol dependent they would need medically managed alcohol detox which they don't want remember hotel stays or one hundred percent voluntary. So some of the extreme alcoholics like the. Methadone might need a little bit of alcohol. That's what collide faircloth absolutely definitely need it. But you can't hardcore you can't you can't go coulter you'll die right. Yeah like right but why? I don't even understand why like the PO- base of the argument is just because it's happening exactly so responding also this threat love the love and the time of Corona says. My nephew is now when he drinks he gets violent last time he tried to choke his girlfriend to death. You Cool Fat Clyde. So don't think there's a little bit of Tusla going in the house. She's responding to Clyde and says if my nephew gets drunk he strangles WANNA point of her at is at. I'm drinking GIN. Yeah it is yeah. It sure is Red Army duck response and says that that's been policy a wet housing for a long time. You know nothing and it's true like fd Ph said. There are what housing in several cities? But some tells me San Francisco takes it to an extreme like the guys who terms of the liberty that is available to the Patriots. You how frequently? They're delivering the booze in marijuana or booze. Okay we'll be right back. Hurry overall shitting lobby. I'd love to see the scene when they When they deliver it must be very happy since the worst job to live things. Like if you if you put out a loaf of bread amongst ducks or they just put the box down and now this has to be a situation where I bet. It's like a nonprofit or like agency is paying for the hotels days of the homeless. Don't be in the streets. But how are you if some guy shows up to say? Hey Man I'd like to run out All your rooms and you're like okay. Cool there's going to be good for me. And then you start seeing a gaggle of homeless men and women occupying Your Space. And then you're like okay. I can deal with this. Then they bring in the fucking booze has to be arranged by the government because the hotels are shutdown. Imagine cleaning this. The after to the cleaning crew knocker Erica Sandberg on the same threat says supplying Weeden booze to addicts is not okay. I believe you know this as sister to a sister who deed many times. I know this and free isn't free. We pay for it so a lot of family members getting thrown right under the bus on this threat. My sister.
"hashmi" Discussed on Hard Factor
"We have in store for you today. The back half is an interview with Suraj Hashmi of the Washington examiner. What an awesome interview. But before that we have four incredible stories to kick off the day we have a lot to go over today so pack going receptive. Did anyone change their clothes today. Because we filmed. I don't yeah I did you. We're GONNA look like I'm looking. We're GONNA look like assholes on Youtube. There's three different shows. We all filmed him in the same day. What the problem. Nothing yet subscribe Subscribe Youtube. Dot Com slash. Iheart EH dirty. We are not fix our general appearance before people are gonNA wear clothes trump guys huge week for Donald Trump and are just his administration so according to The Washington Post trump wants to paint the wall on the US Mexican border the color black so that will absorb heat and deter wall jumpers. Oh okay make make it hot made so hot. Is he just trying to start fires at the border? So it's like a wall of fire. He wants as soon as you touch that wall. Third Degree burn out. The government cost estimates. That were filed. That would cau- estimate the cost of pain in the wall. Black at a minimum of five hundred million dollars up to a billion if they want to upgrade to the powder coated option which is so what I'm saying though is like what about if they heeded the rods because it's basically a vertical grill now if heated the rods instead of painted it would that be cheaper. I don't the sun is the cheapest source of heating that you can get usual because it's just always on you know and there's no why don't why don't they just use a material that comes as black like onyx or something like volcanic glass ten. Black Hindsight Twenty twenty guys. This isn't a new. This trump floated the idea to paint the wall black Back in May of last year but these estimates were requested after meeting last month so full on Cova. Donald told jared to pull the trigger. Maybe this isn't the best use of resources with a completely collapsed economy. What he gets maybe did he send him to drag stone though to pick up all the dragon glass. A black glass came through. Maybe maybe table this. I mean I'm not saying it's a bad idea but maybe table it because I wouldn't touch I wouldn't go near a super hot wall makes sense. Maybe maybe table is lava cherry on top to his border closure and a right now no imigrants now you just really reinforce policy may get hot wall. Well it's construction right. So construction is essential so you can just really get a lot of construction projects done right now. It's just paying all immigrants sleek illegal anyways. You can't be outside during quarantine like you can't be everybody's illegal undocumented is the term guys. Let's take the Internet David. Ilo says why can't the Blue Angels just spray it when they fly over two birds? One Flat Jude Law Office. Wow I figured he would have went with golder or white. Also good point Anyway guys let's move onto another part of the trump trump left the White House for the first time in more than a month to toward the Honeywell factory on Tuesday where they are manufacturing n ninety five masks the mask that healthcare workers need trump opted to not wear a mask but instead a pair of goggles presumably to help see virus coming. He didn't wear a mask. The mask failed not at all. No but the goggles were. Their favored is seeing people wearing I protection and latex gloves but nothing over their mouth or nose. Didn't want it to get in his. I know guys wants a tour of the factory with old music right yeah. It's pretty interesting because the factory soundsystem blasted trump's Goto playlist during the entirety of the tour. Including of course his staple factory touring tunes like Lee. Greenwood's God bless the USA and survivor's eye of the tiger but the highlight of the inspection was when the Honeywell representative was explaining to the President. The ways in which the masks material protects against particles as the guns and roses version of the song. Live and let die blasted in the background in a Just a case of cinematic irony happening in real life in front of one. You just can't really make up. That is a great rendition of it. Yeah I mean they might as well have played. Let the bodies at the floor. I noticed that this the CEO is not wearing a mask. Either he was in on this This little charade. Oh yeah know. Trump trump shares the blame in this. All those fucking it hits need to set an example especially if you're making mascot dammit I'll let's dig into the NFL quick the version. Mary says at Paul McCartney. I'm so sorry and the mad fans has it's actually the guns n. roses version and then the version married. That's what she was apologizing for guns N. Roses coming out now the version Mary's drops new tweet out of the threat saying at guns and roses. I'm so sorry guys. They were making the end. Ninety five mass. He really should should've been wearing just like a right. Is that that's technically. I don't know she buy things. The leaders just need to be wearing something right now to set an example. That's the thing like just just do that please. And then finally guys the head of the Crow Virus Tax Task Force Mike Pence announced on Tuesday that the administration would be winding down the Corona Virus Task Force which was met with an entire people turning their head to the side like when a dog thinks he made the ball disappear just silence. Yup Pence went under revealed that the most likely motive behind this bizarre decision in my opinion by saying it really is all a reflection of the progress we've made as a country so that's why they're winding it down because they seems like they want to get back to. Eisuke saying it's up to the governor's now he's saying daddy's going to bed. Governors wants you Launched you finish this off right when trump was asked and take the blame but not the pres when trump was asked why he said to the effect somebody defective because we can't keep our country closed for the next five years which I do want to point out his mutually exclusive to maintaining a task force. But that's okay. Trump slept on pence's decision or his decision. Whoever made it And then when he woke up quickly reversed his course on Wednesday saying no no. We're we're going to continue the task force indefinitely. Of course right. That makes way more sense and hopefully he fired the adviser who said that was a good idea to pence. Or maybe just. I don't know that's yeah. That's that's flip. Be that was. I was thinking about it guys. This is going back to the wall. What if we just Wrapped it no that that The Black Guy. That's going around with the big giant Dick hanging down. What if we just wrapped the whole wall and pictures of that guy when you go to the wall? That's the first thing you see the Young Guy. Yeah jump over a double deterrent. 'cause it's going to get and it'll be yup. You WanNa talk to you that you could just make the walls all Dick's Mexico is Mexico doesn't very much cheese culture. They're not going to be in. You're going to go over that you have to get your face through to Dick's yeah. Yeah it would become a spectator as I read them just showing up laughing at dudes honey guys. Let's take it to our sponsor predicted the stock market news and politics Let's make some money guys I actually made some really good money this week..
How Women of Color Are Shaping Our Democracy
"So I always like to start with everyone introduce do some cells but of course I also had to ask everyone a question along with that. So can you tell everyone your name where you work which you do and what has has been one of your favorite moments from this election cycle so far. I know there's so many to choose from because even though it's only January sorry this thing has been long. But what's one of the things that has been in the forefront of your mind. Hi everyone thanks so much for having me on the show My name is unleashes saying I am the Director of Judiciary Democracy Affairs at planned. Parenthood Action Fund. My main role is to make sure that we are linking and connecting the dots on why reproductive healthcare is so important and why the courts and democracy reform or so crucial for protecting our rights when it comes to reproductive health. Care one of the things I mean. There's so many things that have been I feel like monumental in this cycle but one of them is the fact that there are and have been so many women who were running for presidency and what that really means for communities of color what that means for communities across the board what that means for young people who are looking and seeing people represented on the screen when watching these debates when watching the campaign trail and seeing that reflection and then what that has meant for the conversation as well right. We've seen all the Democratic candidates. Come out in favour and support of reproductive rights in repealing the Hyde amendment all of which I truly truly believe we can pay tribute to the fact that there are so many diverse voices that are pushing each other to be bolder and vocally boulder in their policies. Hey you too often. I'm Richard from Los Angeles. California live here in the area. I'm the national director for the college. Division at the National Association for the events and of color people for now referred to as P and I have to so one of the last night when Elizabeth Warren said or she made the awareness known that all the women have not lost an election but all over to elections. I thought that was pretty. Shed asked I was like I think she's had a lot of iconic moments. Yeah I love the very visible presence and leadership of black woman the campaigns I love the chief of staff from Leon Castro's Camp I love watching Black Women for Warren and love watching black woman for Bernie. I mean this this notion that like there needs to be a special emphasis that is very public and other public for black women. So it doesn't matter you've ever moments in this campaign so far yes I do not like how many debates we're having and how late they are and how they they they are late imile. I'm emily career and I am the one of the national national campaigns directors at the League of Conservation Voters Lcd. We elect environmental champions At all levels of government and hold them accountable in two thousand. Eighteen were One of the top outside spenders in electoral politics spinning over eighty million dollars to help get environmental champions elected on the ballot I actually actually have to favorite moments I would say. The first is the fact that there is an Asian American presidential candidate. That's on the stage. Yes he's a man. It's it's the Asian American that's huge for is for the community. I would say the second. One is similar in terms of a diversity of of staff on these campaigns and the height. How hyped highlighted They are. It's very tough to be a minority as a political and to have that standard and to have that bar and feel like Minorities have an opportunity to work in this business. is huge It's really changing. The face of how campaigns are being put together and who's clean the lovers our next question talking talking about women of Color voters. We know that will be crucial to this election cycle. You can't win without us. That's just how it is and we are one at every four voters in Florida Texas Arizona and Georgia. How have you already seen women of color shape? This election cycle particularly the work that you do. I think this is like like such a crucial moment. And we've really seen this wave of engagement and energy and progress being made when you look at the Reproductive Justice Movement and special shout Out to groups like all above all and others that have really paved the way for reproductive health care and reproductive freedom reproductive justice issues and legislative policies. I mean they are responsible for the fact that we're seeing all these Democratic candidates saying that. They're they want to repeal the Hyde amendment though the push of the conversation and the narrative of in that direction has been particularly helpful with because of the leadership coming from reproductive justice organizations. And I would say I'm just to piggyback on that much planned. Parenthood you know we have seen affiliates as well and we were huge in the Virginia Sweep in November and Virginia affiliate Elliot endorsed sixty two candidates. That were pro-climate. Three of them were women. More than a dozen were women of color so you have folks like delegate Hashmi who who and also folks like Jinro Tucson who won their races Who ran on climate? Who ran on on on environmental issues? Who wants and to really advanced certain issues like climate change in everyday you know I guess highlight it at a level that necessarily may not be through the Lens of of a minority female now and especially in communities where they are Less not less equal. But we're the disadvantaged and have someone that can speak up in the fight everyday. I been away what I'm thinking about what you want said. There's been a wave of. I work with young people. Anybody twenty-five twenty-five younger that's my audience with young black people across the nation. We have over three hundred and thirty nine chapters across the country. I gained thirty two chapters last year alone. We work at twenty three thousand young people across the country and when we see Abrahams running last year and we went to polling places at Spelman and Morehouse in Atlanta in in Georgia Really got there are students got there and stood in line and realize that there were no outlets are there were no plugs of there. Were No Wires for the voting machines and it was young black women at those schools at Spelman who said to the end of the Lacey. Pe- we need to file a lawsuit because this is not how democracy should be working.
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"Between the US and Iran continue to escalate non essential workers at the US embassy in Iraq have been told Lee as the State Department says it has intelligence of a possible plan to tack by running back, militias, Dr Hashmi as the director of the center for Middle East studies at the university of Denver and joins us now to talk about a good morning. Good morning. A senior State Department official talking to ABC news tried to tamp down concerns about this move of getting out, these non essential personnel. But when you start moving people out of a region, that's concerning isn't it? It's another dangerous warning sign that we are headed down the very, very dangerous spiral to war. It's just another piece of evidence on top of the statements few days ago that the United States is planning to send send one hundred twenty thousand US troops to the region for a possible confrontation with Iran. There's a there's a lot to be concerned about here, there seems like there's maybe. A little bit of difference in the policies, obviously, you have the Neo cons and you have folks for regime change John Bolton seems like secretary Pompeo, but the president ran that he didn't want to be an interventionist. So, so is do you see somewhat of a divide in the policy that what they say, in the actually what they're enacting clearly an internal policy debate in the White House, over how to deal with Iran? Yes. John Bolton and Pompeo are strong supporters of an aggressive policy. I think it's safe to say that they support regime change. But Donald Trump has campaigned on a platform of pulling US troops out of the Middle East and was very critical of, you know, Iraq war just today. It's announced that Donald Trump will be needing with steam ahead of state of Switzerland, which represents US interests in Iran to see if there can't be some sort of diplomatic sort of way out of this crisis. So clearly were seen two different sort of trends end up positions within the White House toward Iran after Hashmi. Why is this happening? Now, I know we Ron's foreign ministers. Is calling US sanctions unacceptable has that situation gotten gotten ramped up? It's happening now because this is the sort of the one year anniversary after Trump pulled the United States out of the Iran, nuclear deal and put heavy sanctions on Iran to try and collapse their economy to bring them to their needs. So this has been a gradual escalation over the, you know, over the over the over the last year now, recently announced it's going to start to slowly begin to enrich uranium. Unless Europe can come to its rescue provide sanction relief. So this is, you know, a part of a policy that I think, has starting to sort of reach a critical point. And you know what happens next is no one's guest. But what's pretty clear is that the final decision over where we go either toward conflict or toward diplomatic negotiations. Is it in the hands of the president? Dr Nadia Hashmi, he's the director for the center for Middle East studies at the university of Denver. Thank you, Dr. Thank you. Nine twenty five. Time.
"hashmi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Karachi aid organizations in Indonesia raging, people in the Sunday straight area to move to higher ground based fears of more soon armies because of volcanic activity in the region more than four hundred people are known to have died one hundred and fifty s still missing. After giant wave struck beachfront areas at the weekend Rudy pm is from Christian aid in the Indonesian capital Jakarta. The warning to the people that don't quite the beach. I think. To stay away from the beach. Hashmi's in Indonesia and can join us. Now, how you just tell us where you are the current situation is there. Well, until this morning, we were staying in a region called Bon pain, and we were staying right across the beach. But this morning, we heard the wall kinda rumbling. We heard some explosion sounds, and there is already a warning in place. And there is an advisory out there that people should avoid the coast of the beach. So we also moved away. And now we are an hour away from the beach area in a city called silicone. But yes, there is a Sonam warning, which is in place. And the the rescue operations are also continuing family dangerously. The problem is that the old warnings and army warning system isn't working properly. The gunman has ordered a new Sonam system to be installed. But we still don't know how long will take. So the government does not want to take any chances this time. And that's why they're asking everyone to stay away from from the beach area. The people listening to the advice that's being given. Are we drove in the region yesterday? It's a very popular holiday destination of Indonesians come down there. So you have a lot of hotels and resorts on the beach. You also have residents who stay there. But because of the a lot of those homes or rather most of the homes have been destroyed. Those people have been displaced about sixty thousand people have been displaced most of them have lost their homes the currently staying in relief centres. So there aren't too many people which are staying close to the beach, and even that are the agencies are crying to reach out to them and tell them to move away defined directly.
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"Now, the Reserve Bank of India wants the banks to clean up this mess, which means it has put in strict measures when it comes to lending money to other businesses. Now, the and on the other hand it saying that you need to ease these measures which you have put in place because it's creating problems for businesses as they're not able to borrow money, and it's leading to slowing down economic activity on the ground. Now, what are people expecting from this meeting can they hammer out their differences? And if not what happens if these differences are not hammered out. There have been these reports that the board could try to force the Reserve Bank of India to implement some of those issues that have been raised by the government, and they could. Put it to a vote. Now, if it comes down to a vote, the RBI has less members on the board, and the Goldman has more members on the board. So what would the fall out of that be our investors worried? There is a huge concern that if that does happen. Indeed. It looks very unlikely at this point of time. But if it does happen, then the governor of the Bank or potatoes RB governor may resign, actually, however independently the BBC hasn't been able to confirm that NASA MIR you mentioned, those bad loans, India's economy has been growing at a roundabout seven percent pretty much every year. How much of an impacted these bad loans actually have on the economy. The problem has started in the last one year because the Reserve Bank of India has come out with these strict rules next year in two thousand nineteen India to hold its general elections, the worrying the government is that now with capital flow. Getting restricted businesses are going to get affected which in turn will slow down economic activity, which Don will create less jobs. Let's production on the ground and with the neck elections that are. The car. No, the last thing the Goeman wants is a slowing economy. So the Goldman is looking at the shock Thome. Whereas the RBI is looking at the long-term picture Samir Hashmi there in Mumbai on that ongoing meeting between the Reserve Bank of India and the Indian government now finally a it was lost. And then it was found. And now, it appears it's lost. Again. It's a stolen Picasso recently dug up in a Romanian forest after an anonymous tip off. But in fact, it's a forgery. A Belgian theater company says it staged the hoax as part of a project about the value of truth. Maybe we should be saying post truth in London. I'm the BBC's unin with marketplace morning report.
"hashmi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nevada. Welcome back to the takeaway. The investigation continues into journalist Jamal kashogi disappearance from a Saudi consulate in Turkey. The crisis has brought international attention to the economic and political power dynamics at play in the region. And while the US has relied on Saudi Arabia as a critical partner in the Middle East. The Saudi kingdom is also behind much of the instability in countries like Yemen and Syria here to talk about the potential geopolitical fallout from all this is not her Hosh. Meet the director of the center for Middle East. Studies at the university of Denver, professor Hashmi. Welcome to the takeaway. I'm happy to be with you. If you could professor help us understand where we are politically in the region right now, what are the strongest alliances, and which are the ones that are most strained. Well, the the main alliance in the Middle East. Today's the Saudi Emirati alliance that I think is allied very intimately with Israel with strong support from the Trump administration. I think these players are hoping to rewrite the geopolitics and the political map of the Middle East by pursuing a series of very aggressive policies toward their adversaries fundamentally rooted in strengthening authoritarian allies in the region crushing civil societies. And and and playing very hardball with with other countries in the region. Do you expect that all of these things could potentially lead to another uprising similar to what we saw in the Arab spring? I think inevitably it will to think that, you know, millions of people many of them young with aspirations for a better. Future are simply going to accept to live under different forms of despotism forever. I think is wishful thinking, I think in many ways that really is the the Faustian bargain at many people in the west have calculated on that these authoritarian regimes can simply keep things under control assuming that people will be too tired or too disillusioned to resist and revolt, of course, with revolutions and revolts we never can predict Wendell happen. But almost certain another revolt of some form is inevitable. Well, and will also the Arab spring was in twenty ten twenty eleven we're now in a very different moment, at least internationally the United States has a different president in a different administration. I'm wondering what about that long standing relationship and support that the United States and Saudi Arabia have had this isn't a Trump phenomenon soli? This is something that the United States and Saudi Arabia have had for quite some time. Do you think that that relationship between Saudi? Arabia and the United States could be affected by what we're seeing right now on the ground. Well, I think it's bound to be affected. I mean, you're absolutely right to. To suggest that this is simply not to be diminished. Donald Trump the US Saudi relationship and more broadly, the US relationship to the region goes back to World War Two where the United States effectively struck up a series of alliances with autocrats in authority Baring regimes hoping that they would preserve stability advance American interest in this particular incident that we're talking about what Jamal kashogi the United States. Specifically, President Trump has played two sides of this coin on the one hand they're defending the Saudis. They're saying there were regional partner on the other hand, they're being confronted with more and more and more evidence. Just yesterday we heard there was an audio recording of what could potentially be kashogi last moments. Then that evidence is showing that this could in fact, be a state sanctioned Saudi murder, what type of danger could there be in continuing that alliance given this increasing evidence. Well, the dangerous that it's simply going to. Perpetuate a very odious regime in Riyadh that is responsible for a lot of the regional instability. So I think the danger here is that it's simply going to deepen the instability in the region. It's going to generate more anti-american hostility. It's going to embolden autocrats and dictators around the world who see that. At least this administration in Washington DC is willing to go to bat apologize deflect criticism from the policies of authoritarian regimes. So it's going to have a lot of destabilizing consequences, we've invested heavily in these regimes. We've invested heavily in this particular crown prince hoping that he would be our savior and all the warnings that people were issuing with respect to this policy with respect to the this particular crown prince, no one took seriously. And this is not just a Republican Trump problem. This goes across the political spectrum. And as I stated a moment ago has deep historic. Roots? This is the consequences of investing in authority, arenas and political tyranny and ignoring human rights, and basic questions of of democracy and good governance. And we also know that the Washington Post published a final opinion piece from Jamal kashogi last night, which they had received right before his death or disappearance and in it. He writes about the need for free expression in the Arab world. Can you tell us what the role of the press and the media is in Saudi Arabia, and how that impacts what people there understand about what's happening in the rest of the region. The role of the press in the media in Saudi Arabia is to effectively repeat the propaganda of the Saudi Royal family. I mean, there is no independent press is free media. That's one of the reasons why Jamal kashogi had to leave and move to United States. And so the role of the media in Saudi Arabia is not that different from the role of the media in any authoritarian. Team in Saudi Arabia. I think it's much worse because the the nature and the level of repression, particularly under this crown prince has moved in a much more ugly and repressive direction. You know, this final op Ed that that your mom has written is worth pondering its worth worth thinking about. But it's it's important that we think about this concept and this idea of a free press in relationship to US policy toward Saudi Arabia. We haven't been pursuing a free press in Saudi Arabia. We haven't been pursuing human rights, we've been coddling dictators and despots from the time that the United States emerged on the scene in nineteen forty five. It's been a consistent policy of downplaying these basic values that we often a spouse as being foundational to our own country at our own national identity, but we rarely apply them to our foreign policy particularly in the Middle East. And I think we have to we have to figure out a way out of this this broken pattern of of policies that are not in the long-term interests of the United States. And they're certainly not in the long term interest of the people of the Middle East. Not her hush me is the director of the center for Middle East. Studies at the university of Denver, professor Hashmi. Thank you. Thanks for the paternity. Support for the takeaway comes from Babbel, a language app that teaches real life conversations in a new language, like Spanish, French or German. 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"hashmi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Sixty seven downtown now on Colorado's morning news a bold. Tweet by the president warns Iran not to threaten. The. US the president. Tweeted in all caps. Over the weekend quote or, you will suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout. History have ever. Suffered before what does it all mean and what's it mean. For the, future we're joined now by director of the. Center for. Middle East studies professor Nodar Hashmi thanks for coming on Happy with you? Never before we've seen anything like this foreign policy via Twitter but is it a bluff by the president Well we don't know, what I think what's clear is that are For a. Major confrontation with you all On the inside has increasingly become Increasingly become deeply And there seems to be a. Zero-sum game here the eatery relates to American demands Or they will be Perhaps attack militarily they. Continue down this path I think these are very ominous times what is the foreign policy endgame? Professor with this move because it doesn't seem, like at least initially this has to do with the nuclear agreement that they have. In place the wives see the US seems to want to strip. Away in change that is this more about what they perceive or is it just being tagged mystic about the policies on has in the Middle East Game is precisely what you just stated Deeply Actor and there is a deep desire to change you The best case scenario for the American administration is to change the behavior of the regime regionally to try and squeeze it so that perhaps the regime collapses and that would. Bring about a more favorable American regime in the aftermath second scenario is highly unlikely picked up very much. View of the foreign policy advisers that Trump is around it himself with Ruhani has said to. Trump war with Iran is the mother of all wars how? Much further do we want to go down this road before we pull back Well he? Remains to be seen I think there's. Several things watch for in November the United, States is. Given, the international community a deadline You responded we can't sell its oil on the international. Market that, no, other country, in the region should be allowed to export its. Which is threatening to disrupt oil supplies green, you know You know consequences for the global economy value be Donald etc these are very dangerous, I'm, living in Professor with a few moments we have left do you think the advisers the president has the, palm Pao's, and obviously, the bulletins are they very antagonistic, to the, Middle. East and in particular. Ron you think Wrong in terms of the Middle East they have allies, in France Number two Arabian United. Arab Emirates so they have a different view of how the Middle East political match Uh-huh The only an. Actor Explains their belligerent policy objective speaking while you. On a very destabilizing the only one that's creating instability in the Middle East. Largely ignored much beat I think analysis and rhetoric that we're hearing from. The Trump administration professor thank. You for, your perspective this. Morning we appreciate it From DU professor Nodar Hashmi at. Seven twenty six money news. Time PAT's, here how much Colorado more than you have this is assuming that you go with the rule. Of thumb idea that you should spend less than. Thirty percent of your salary on housing there's a new list out from go banking rates it. Puts Colorado at number seven for how large a paycheck you..
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"Of siri gets a lot of strong support from you on from from russia from hezbollah so it's if if if the nature of the sanctions you know our our i think carefully calibrated and directed they might have an effect but that remains to be seen well that would be a good guess that would be i think the right guests to make he he's he's he's a person who's known for using american military prowess to advance american interests it's pretty clear that at least in this recent event john bolton's voice was not really i think the one that shaped policy it was more secretary of defense mattis was really sort of you know cautious and conservative in terms of his support for this particular strike worrying worrying about you know getting bogged down and about russian retaliation so that's something to watch for i think john bull is just getting settled into his position and we'll have to wait and see to what extent he's actually ability to she has shape us foreign policy in the trump administration from du professor nodar hashmi on the line thanks so much for the time as always thanks five twenty five on colorado's morning news time now for money news this is a bloomberg market minute stock index futures are rising ahead of march retail sales data and the latest snapshot from the housing market from a builder's organization among companies reporting their earnings today our bank of america and net flicks if there's anything left with the potential to cheer up tech investors its earnings from net flicks do after today's closing bell through an onslaught of marcus wounds privacy scandals.
Ford Escape safety rating "poor" for new crash tests
"To forty nine thousand four del miss this great free credit repair just be one of the first ten callers eight hundred four eight to four hundred ninety four the white house reacting to the stock market gyrations sparked by the president's tweets and import taxes abc's andy field with the details for months the president has claimed credit for a big jump in the dow industrial average but as an answer trade tariffs said the market into a tailspin spokeswoman sarah sanders reaction we have a little bit of short term pain but we're certainly going to have long term success let me american industries and investors hurt by the big sell offs telling the president to back off a potential trade war saying it could cost thousands of american jobs andy field abc news washington a certain small suv's perform better and crash test and others says abc's aaron katersky the insurance institute for safety tested seven compaq suv's for occupant protection and found the bmw x one chevy equinox gmc terrain jeep compass and mitsubishi outlander performed best the outlander sport earned a marginal and the ford escape a poor rating after passenger side air bags in those vehicles did not deploy in crash tests the changes that were made to protect drivers in drivers said crashes are not being made on the passenger side as well sure it's institutes becky miller said manufacturers should not shortchange protection for front seat passengers aaron katersky abc news new york a jury of seven men and five women ten white to black seated wednesday to decide bill cosby's fate the biggest celebrity trial of the hashmi to era this is abc news komo news time twelve oh four komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the four certainly the bellevue way hov on ramp to westbound i ninety is closed overnight the left lane of northbound zero five to nine in snohomish county on steamboat slough bridge is closed as well overnight and we've got this roadwork going on northbound i five no slowdown but it's up at state route five sixteen two left lanes are closed and that will go on until about five o'clock in the morning the sport is brought to you by talil resort and casino discover the gaming power of one earn points and rewards all three of your favorite casinos find all the.
"hashmi" Discussed on The 45th
"Hi and welcome back to the forty fifth podcast is robbie each other this week i'm here with susan simpson and suraj hashmi hi guys hey thanks for joining us against raj thanks for having me love him a part of the conversation talking about politics being thing boy for the podcast i am here and hold you accountable for trump why you should hold me accountable i never voted for the guy okay i'll find you the closest get that's what it is we're gonna take our frustrated on somebody but susan how're you doing are you at the conference in dc yeah memphis all weekend at the instance conference twenty eighteen great time and now back home was that inspirational was a great it was i it's it's after all the you know how it is after all the downs and all the failures and all the delays it's nice to be somewhere for a weekend where it's just positive positive stuff people do people make good changes and you know yeah and it's also reminder that there is so much happening outside of the world of trump right i mean like we we talk about that here but but sometimes it feels like it's kind of overwhelming because that's all all we ever i feel like all the cable news shows are just trump twenty four seven now there's nothing they don't report much else which is a little frustrating but anyway all lot it's happened in the last week has been a lot of ups and downs of the white house will talk about some of the changes but let's start with some stories are caught my eye having to do with the us economy have we entered a trade war what do you guys think.
"hashmi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"You eight hundred six three zero nine six two five triple eight six thirty w none other than edward snowden has come out on this sides say what you will about edward snowden whatever your opinion may be i probably agree with it but he has some pretty good insight into the surveillance state whether it's through the government or through commercial entities like facebook and he took to twitter on saturday night i guess he's still has access to twitter there whatever gulag he's sitting in right now in russia and by the way don't you love how the media gets so excited when edward snowden tweet something about facebook or about social media because it helps them with their narrative against donald trump and they don't even stop and realize that they could very well be regurgitating and promoting russian propaganda i mean does anybody think that edward snowden is free to say anything that he wants right now every this is the same media that's terrified of everything latimer putin doesn't everything that comes out of the kremlin and maybe the right maybe we should be terrified of everything that comes out of the kremlin but here's edward snowden who exists right now in lives only through the benign efforts of ladimir putin and the kremlin he tweets this critique of facebook and they all go nuts about it i mean how how did they know that they're not being used right now is propaganda tools for the russians but the be that as it may here's what edward snowden said he said businesses that make money by collecting and selling detailed records of private lives were once plainly described as surveillance companies they're rebranding as social media is the most successful deception since the department of war became the department of defense facebook makes their money by exploiting and selling intimate details about the private lives of millions far beyond the scant details you voluntarily post they are not victims they are accomplices that's what edward snowden said and as the washington examiner summarized in this article by sarraj hashmi facebook isn't worth using anymore thanks to the cambridge analytica problem well do you agree do you agree as facebook no longer worth using because they are mining and using your.
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"Officer used twice the nair by caserta since he reaches 100 venting friends charges east and meals they are as he says he's theme governor anthony our state an he's probably mazlan said being a former until pay too late printed who were china's glut he manage angered the opposition thousand twelve create a precedent thumbs party the lines without with the opposition leave he's the former chevy said assigned chavez and that he's the criticized as being a chubby stood night so does he have any chance of beating president missouri but when he filed his candidacy any get actual cancer uncle unsettled and win with shorebased is suffering that they will rise he said that he was going to wind of his this was needs a hunger suffering on bought the feeling is is that he's even very suspiciously by both sides the busy uc break government and now he's no longer ankles that outbreak bronx with the opposition i'm by declaring his candidacy in both the opposition said the coalition they the party said they would take potted site healthy opposition protest reacted well i mea at the day an because she says and that they hit a routes at the actions needs conditions would serve anything is that that would be credible in it will close the any escape cloud since the national attempt at a national tension so at the end of the day with clouds no problems and it was just make dick the concerns has been a slate of west they been pushing for guarantees is national sabah's new people in charge electoral council on access to the media morbidity through fiscal policy evoked squeals some bond watson uh south america correspondent the funeral of the late bollywood film star sri davy ca pool takes place later amid tight security in mumbai where large numbers of fans are expected to pay their respects the bbc's saima hashmi isn't city i spoke to him a few minutes ago while right now i'm standing outside the sports club where sri davies body has just move then they are going to keep the body in this hall for the next three us with fans will come in to pay their last respects in fact right now i can see already a huge queue after three hours the body will then embark two words the funeral ground where the funeral will take place later in the afternoons as the.
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"They break the huddle on the sideline after the time out now both teams without inability to stop the block thirty seconds ago the fourth quarter oaklahoma lead by 10 62 to fifty two now boys with all third in three at their own thirty three rudolf address yucca has blacks ahead fix the sat dropping back has time drove through the phare sidelined started makes the capture the first dan gets out of bounds past the forty out to the forty four yards they move the trades and they stopped the clock with twenty four seconds to go eleven yards from rudolfensis donor it first in ten at the forty four rudolf hashmi shotgun stat going deep up deceive overthrows his intended receiver mccliskie ducts incomplete near now just nineteen seconds left the cowboys such as of whether the postal to wallet with no savings that he got here wondering yields at the twenty twenty five yards alatas limits which is simply is no room for that scene with rome with the saint standing there just expected second doubted ten nineteen second for oklahoma state to work with no time outs dropping back to pass rudolf fire deep left side black comes dow jump ball is intercepted oklahoma comes up with another turnover and that one should ended check in the flag of course the whole play was on the far soling defense number eleven dan yorke militant previous flawed automatic first down so far now motley the quarterback albro old away from the plague everything was happening on the far side that penalty was on the near sidelined he will hear about that bill pleasure tomorrow this situation there's no reason to either be that cold to receive would just be field going to be close enough will you could grabble let catch it let a catch isn't funny you come amid the tackle they have no way of stopping the clock though the situation all the second time this quarter rudolf has an interception take it away because of a penalty now first in ten from the.
"hashmi" Discussed on The 45th
"High in welcome to the forty this podcast it's means isn't them send and i'm here with raj hashmi to talk about all things sports and ukraine this week suraj welcome back thank you for having me on susan yeah we figure last week we needed a as such another expert to help us with the ah but the current goings on the world oh yeah it's a it's quite nutty and i i never thought i found myself in the position where i can combine two of my favorite passions it's a one gigantic week of controversy yeah and i take it all back making funny for weeks ago about a you're you're loss of your person look at trade it away those isaiah thomas for carrier going but i'll just give it into it so over the weekend president donald trump he did the unthinkable he unite their rivals across the sports world against him and got people to care about uh what the opinions of many athletes were on friday in a campaign rally for of their luther strange a republican from al who lost by the way with yet who just lost on tuesday night to judge roy moore and a republican primary runoff which is the type it funny because of the trump thing but also horrifying yeah and we'll get into it gives on a definitely have some thoughts on that but uh trump addressed the ongoing protests were some nfl players begin using the national anthem as a time to stage a protest by taking in the song have locked arms though teammates.
"hashmi" Discussed on BBC - Tech Tent
"By outsourcing it services to brands across the world the multibillion dollar industry helped create millions of jobs but the industry is facing a slowdown which has led to drastic cuts and they're all phase that could be more layoffs in the coming months and years some may hashmi travel to india's silicon valley bank law you're of do you do this is a situation bunkers row never thought he find himself in at the age of forty nine he's frantically looking for a new job located in there apart from meeting his resume to a number of companies is also calling his friends and former colleagues to see if they can help for ten years he was working at the senior project manager at one of india's largest eike foams but last month he and his entire team where let go low ready to people who pay my longer no approximately it on fire thousand dollar but an unreserved me for my children vegetation and all the my other irish or or whether it will reward will have on wall its estimated that in the last six months alone india nike firms have laid off more than fifty thousand people it's a very busy our here at villa chronic city area in bangalore you can find lot so i professional heading to walk displays the half for the id industry now this part of town is full of huge glass buildings and large campuses that belong to some of the largest indian it companies in the country and for the last two decades jobs at these firms coveted as they offered profanity is stable cardio and muster fall prestige but the industry is in the grips of a slow down and so the future is uncertain for thousands of people.