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"heather heyer" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The most courageous. And the sort of pithy saying that is mostly true but kind of not right, that you must be over the target if you're drawing flat. A large percentage of the time that's true. But sometimes the person who's running the most flag is wrong the most lax is what they're saying is actually kind of bad. So the problem for Andrew Tate. And the reason why he becomes so popular is because he's very transgressive. He says the thing that no one else will say. Sometimes it's good and sometimes it's really not good. And so we're going to look at some of the things the undertaker says, because again, he's a very popular figure, particularly with young men. And when people ask me about Tate, one of the things that I've said, I've said this to some teenage boys who are friends of the family. They asked me about them like a week ago. What I said is some of the diagnoses that annotate has of secular society are correct. His prescriptions are largely incorrect. And the things that he puts he has a rule, a list of rules. And many of the rules that he puts on the line are actually pretty good. And then the way that he acts, right? His version of masculinity, which is have a bunch of kids by a bunch of different women. Live in a castle with 30 Bugatti's. Put pictures online in muscle. This kind of stuff? That's not the traditional mark of masculinity. What Pope Benedict XVI would say, what I would say, what sort of members of the traditional wisdom cadre would say is that the ultimate in manliness is get married, protect your family, provide for your kids and your family, provide a space for them to grow in safety and security, provide them roles and responsibilities. This is the role of a man. This is what a man does. What would Andrew Tate focuses mainly on is the critique of how society has undermined a lot of this stuff. And then his prescription is, I'm gonna put a picture of myself online with like 30 cars and it makes me look cool and makes me look masculine. Hey, I also like cool cars. Cool cars are amazing. But what because we have lost eternal truth because we have decided as a society, the eternal truth has to go. The backlash is not coming in the form of a restoration of eternal truth, very often the backlash is coming in the form of punch the people in the face who destroyed the eternal truth. That's the society in which we're living. And I'm afraid that that could get worse unless what we actually have is a return to some eternal truth. So here's a couple of clips of the entertainment and kind of shows you what I'm talking about. That some of what he's saying is kind of half correct, but he's saying it in such a way that is meant to draw fire. So here is Andrew Tate talking. About women belonging to men. I don't know, because I think the women belong to the man. I think the woman's going to inherently where you get called sexist. No, it's not what you can call me sexist if you want, but if you look at marriage, it's the bride's father who gives her away. It's not the groom's father. The woman is always given over to the man. Read the Bible, read the Quran, read, you can go to walking down the aisle no chance. There's definitely there's like African cultures where they don't do that. I'm sure there are some obscure tribes somewhere. I mean, I can't say, I'm not a professional but you get it. You seem like a good guy. You seem like a smart guy. You're saying a woman is the property of a man if they're dating. I'm not saying they're appropriate. I'm saying they're given to the man and they belong to the man. It doesn't mean they're a pure appropriate without emotion. Okay, so notice the contrast here. So portnoy is so afraid of saying that a woman in a man belonged together and then a woman when she gets married. Now belongs to the man sexually in the same way that the man ought to belong to the woman sexually. This is literally genesis two 24. For this reason a man will leave his father and his mother and be united to his wife and they will become one flesh. And genesis two 24. So that would be the eternal truth. That is the truth according to every mainstream religion. That would be the thing that you would say. And the reason for that from an evolutionary biology perspective is because when a woman joins with a man and they create a baby, the woman you sure of her heritage, but the man is not sure of his parentage. And so we, as a society, tend to prefer monogamy, right? This is the evolutionary biological reason why humanity embraced monogamy is because it is the best distribution of sexual resources. It is from an evolutionary biological perspective. Not a moral perspective. That's just evolutionary biology, Brett Weinstein, Heather heyer, talk about it. Heather hanging talk about it. All of this is very well established. When it comes to the morality, the morality is that a woman should not be promiscuous. And a man should also not be promiscuous. Now this is the power undertake gets the diagnosis right, but he gets the solution wrong. So here is Andrew talking about how women should not be promiscuous, it's bad for them. Well, a woman could say that same thing if she decided she could say I can sleep with multiple men, but my

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"Protest. I'm Neil I can sting. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Or 15 on your Saturday morning. Welcome to the weekend. Frankie's turn this morning. San Diego scored 7 runs in the 5th inning ten 5 victory for the Padres over the nationals and Nats park Juan Soto returning to face his old team. Slugger had an RBI goes two for 6 on the night against the national same two again on Saturday. Orioles ten three winners at Tampa Bay as the birds take a half game lead over the race for that final AL wild card spot. Padre star Fernando Tatís Jr. violating MLB's performance enhancing drug policy suspended 80 games to tease in a statement said he accidentally treated ringworm with a medication that contained the steroid for which he tested positive. Commander's preseason game number one is Saturday afternoon 1 o'clock at FedEx field against the Carolina panther is good to see the new uniforms, new quarterback Carson Wentz, a lot of newness for the Washington commanders as they try to start the pre season off on the right foot. WNBA mystics beating Indiana 82 70. 24 points to lead the way for the mystics. All right, thanks, Frankie, four 16 on WTO feed. From the top stories we're following for you this for a.m. hour Saturday morning here at TLP, the FBI this week removed documents labeled top secret from former president Donald Trump's Florida House on Monday. That is, according to the search warrant that was unsealed this week on Friday, 11 sets of classified documents and all were being told were taken by agents. The FBI now investigating potential violations of three different federal laws, including the espionage act. The house is passed that massive climate healthcare and tax bill doing so Friday the Senate passed the over $700 billion package last weekend on Sunday. And a mass mandate locally is back in space in place at prince George's county public schools, school leaders say they are very concerned right now about the highly contagious BA 5 strain of COVID. Stay with WTO P for more on these developing stories in just minutes. You know, it's been 5 years since the deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville. The mother of Heather heyer, the woman who was killed, what a white nationalist drove his car into a group of counter protesters says a lot of work remains to be done in the quest for social justice. My thought was change happens and then it sticks around and that was naive and foolish. Susan bro says protest brings awareness to an issue but it takes ongoing efforts to create positive definite long-lasting change. In the past 5 years, while people have become more open about racism and confronting it, she says it's also been polarizing. We're more us versus them in any time that happens. Mothers and fathers will bury their children. Neil logged and staying double news. Saturday morning August 13th, where the time now was four 18. I think it weather on the 8th and when it breaks, rich hunters with us in the WTO fee traffic center. And if you're traveling eastbound on 66, still working between the principal Parkland two 34 sadly road single file left gets you by the works out, but then the next works and that was between 28 and the fairfax county Parkway, that works on has been cleared so you can now continue through your no longer being diverted to the accent for the fairfax county Parkway to ride the ramps. The good news there, the ramp from 66 years to go west on U.S. 50 X to 57 B again, that is closed until Monday morning as a result of the weekend work between one 23 and not only street, single right lane gets you by the work zone, and then on the ramp to the outer loop of the belly, single file left, kitchen bot, it works out. Now speaking of single files left on the adult between the American legion bridge to a point just beyond the bridge for Georgetown pike, where traffic had been stopped for an extended period to move it again very slowly, single file to left obviously folks who are at back of the back of the line at the American legion bridge. It's gonna take you a while to get through, but at least traffic has begun to move once again there. In a loop still working again as you make the trip from the dolls toll road pass Georgetown pike two right lanes get you by over in Laurel one 97 is closed each way just north of powdermill road that due to a large tree down across the roadway and over in Annapolis, route to Richie highway. I should say root two four 50 Richie highway at U.S. 50, closed in both directions due to down wires, rich hundred WWE traffic, cool temperatures, and it feels nice and refreshing as we started our Saturday temperatures this afternoon will approach the middle 80s here low humidity

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:35 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"Our first midnight hicks ish weren't with mister Frank out of him. San Diego scored 7 runs in the 5th inning ten 5 victory for the Padres over the nationals at Nats park. Juan Soto returning to face his old team, slugger had an RBI goes two for 6 on the night against the national same two again on Saturday. Orioles ten three winners at Tampa Bay as the birds take a half game lead over the race for that final AL wild card spot. Padre star Fernando Tatís Jr. violating MLB's performance enhancing drug policy suspended 80 games to tease in a statement said he accidentally treated ringworm with a medication that contained the steroid for which he tested positive. Commander's preseason game number one is Saturday afternoon 1 o'clock at FedEx field against the Carolina Panthers get to see the new uniforms, new quarterback Carson Wentz, a lot of newness for the Washington commanders as they try to start the preseason off on the right foot. WNBA mystics beating Indiana 82 70 Atlanta Della dot 24 points to lead the way for the mystics. 1216 Saturday morning August 13th on WTO. Look at the top stories we're following for you this midnight hour Saturday morning on TOP, the FBI removed documents, labeled top secret this week from former president Trump's Florida House earlier in the week on Monday, that is according to the search warrant that has been unsealed. That happened on Friday 11 sets in all of classified documents were said to have been taken by agents. The FBI is now investigating potential violations of three different federal laws, including the espionage act. The house has now passed on Friday the massive climate healthcare and tax bill, the Senate passing over $700 billion package on Sunday of last week. Democrats are celebrating the bill that they say rains in prescription drug costs, taxes larger companies and curbs carbon emissions. Republicans called the bill, a cornucopia of wasteful liberal daydreams that would raise taxes and living costs for families. It now awaits the president's signature. State with WTO for more on these developing stories in just minutes. You know, it's been 5 years since the deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville. The mother of Heather heyer, the woman who was killed that day when a white nationalist drove his car into a group of counter protesters, says a lot of work remains to be done in the quest for social justice. My thought was change happens and then it sticks around and that was naive and foolish. Susan bro says protest brings awareness to an issue but it takes ongoing efforts to create positive definite long-lasting change. In the past 5 years, while people have become more open about racism and confronting it, she says it's also been polarizing. We're more us versus them in any time that happens. Mothers and fathers will bury their children. Neil Logan staying double you TLP news. It's Saturday, August 13th. Welcome to the weekend, everybody. We've made it 1218 in the morning. Graphic and weather all the 8s and when it breaks, good morning to rich hunter in the WTO traffic center. Hi, good morning, dean right now. We'll traveling into the district three 95 north remains heavy and slow headed north of the 14th street bridge and pass the action for lower 14th street over toward southwest between exit two the exit for park police headquarters in west Potomac park continuing over toward the third street tunnel you're eventually down to one single length left of the milling and paving project, it is very so the good news is along the way, the exits along the way do or remain open sea connects it at the 12th street expressway, can also exit on the main avenue and eventually to the third street tunnel as well. But just be where it is very slow. New York avenue outbound between bladesmith road and South Dakota avenue works in blocks of single left lane inbound as you had passed South Dakota toward bladensburg road, initially the work sound blocks the left lane then they check out that double left turn lane, the bladensburg road, you can not use those double left turn lanes tonight and that's been causing a delay as a result to be aware. Bellway and Virginia in Olympus head north of Arlington boulevard toward I 66 to left lanes past the work, then between the dolls four and Georgetown pike to right lanes get you by on the outer loop headed south of the legion bridge toward Georgetown pike, you're now down to a single left lane through the construction, it is very slow there as a result, 66 eastbound before you get into the work zone between the Prince William Parkway and a suddenly road, the crash there was along the left side blocking a single left lane rich

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"The top stories were following for you tonight on WTO P, the FBI removed documents labeled top secret from former president Trump's Florida House earlier this week. That's according to the search warrant that was unsealed today. 11 sets of classified documents were taken by agents, the FBI is now investigating potential violations of three different federal laws, including the espionage act. The house today passed that massive climate healthcare and tax bill, the Senate passed the over $700 billion package on Sunday, and now awaits the president's signature. I'm ask mandates going back into place in prince George's county public school school leaders there say they're concerned about the highly contagious BA 5 strain of the coronavirus. Just last month, the mandate was lifted in that school system. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. It's been 5 years since a deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville. The mother of Heather heyer, the woman who was killed when a white nationalist drove his car into a group of counter protesters says a lot of work remains to be done in the quest for social justice. My thought was change happens and then it sticks around and that was naive and foolish. Susan bro says protest brings awareness to an issue but it takes ongoing efforts to create positive definite long-lasting change. In the past 5 years, while people have become more open about racism and confronting it, she says it's also been polarizing. We're more us versus them in any time that happens. Mothers and fathers will bury their children. Neil logged in staying double. 8 18. Back over to bob and learn the traffic center. Well, around the beltway in Maryland and in Virginia, things are pretty quiet right now, still a couple of things that Arlington on Arlington boulevard westbound at fillmore street, the crash still getting by to the right, and clarendon boulevard, and Wilson boulevard at courthouse still the fire department activity there has a closed that whole section closed right by courthouse street or courthouse road on Wilson boulevard and on clarendon and boulevard. These are good shape on 95 on 66 on the Maryland side, BW Parkway northbound a bit. Heavy up through green belt, but no incidents were good on 50 out to the bay bridge and traffic on 95 is without delay same with T 70. Bob in WWE traffic. Now the forecast from storm team four's Mike stenfeldt was built in across the region behind a cold front and that means a great start to the weekend, look for a

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"2022 now on WTO. Montgomery county's board of elections will meet to count more than 100 remaining ballots and certify the democratic primary election. And a port official said there will be some changes to address how those ballots were missed initially. Despite the fact that 102 uncounted provisional ballots were not discovered until just before the certification of Montgomery county's primary election, acting administrator for the county board of elections, Allison McLaughlin said, the process worked, but she said there were some contributing issues. We have a number of staffing changes. We had a number of vacant states and thin staffing for this election. That led to a mistake in transferring ballots from 9 precincts. In future, one person would oversee that process. The board also moved to consider joining four of the state's largest jurisdictions in legal action to start the canvassing process for mail in ballots as early as October 1st. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. It's hard to believe as quickly as time passes here 5 years ago was the deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville. The mother of Heather heyer, the woman who was killed when a white nationalist drove his car into a group of counter protesters. So there's a lot of work remains to be done in the quest for social justice. My thought was change happens and then it sticks around and that was naive and foolish. Susan bro says protest brings awareness to an issue but it takes ongoing efforts to create positive definite long-lasting change in the past 5 years while people have become more open about racism and confronting it. She says it's also been polarizing. We're more us versus them in any time that happens. Mothers and fathers will bury their children. Neil logged and stained

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Money out of it, just trying to stop people from doing stuff. So it's interesting. I'm a big science fiction fan and I often think about alternate realities. How would that work? Here, but it is what it is and we go forward from here. Yeah. You know, I've been to The White House. I've been to speak to a House subcommittee. I would just wait to the DoJ this year, those things wouldn't have happened, had I not lost my daughter, but I still rather have her back. Of course. Well, this is a bit of a science fiction thought experiment question. When you look at the world through Heather's eyes on this on these questions of equity and race and hate, what world do those I see today? Oh, she's always skeptical. She's always prodding people. Like I said, she's not quiet. She's not. She has a rest in peace. She rests in power. I often hear from people that they got this nudge from Heather or that nudge from Heather or they felt like something came together because of Heather. She's very active and involved in our thought processes and our hearts and how we approach things. Susan bro is Heather heyer's mom. It's here and now. This week on political breakfast, California governor Gavin Newsom once Georgia's $1 billion film and TV industry to move to his state. Newsom says California's free of controversial conservative and restrictive abortion laws like the one active in Georgia. Is this just political rhetoric or a possible reality? Strategist Aaron Johnson and Martha Zoller in

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"Good afternoon, I'm sandy cosell. And I'm more close with the top local stories we're following this hour. We begin with a big surprise in the race for Montgomery county executive today was supposed to be election certification day in Montgomery county, but that's not happening because a 102 sealed provisional ballots were found during a pre certification audit. Officials say the ballots were found during a search of folders where the provisional ballots were stored. Kate Ryan reports, the board of elections will be meeting at three 30 this afternoon to discuss the findings of that audit and then schedule the counting of those newly uncovered ballots. Once the results are certified, then candidates can formally ask for a recount. David Blair, who trails incumbent county executive Mark L rich in the democratic primary, has said he will petition for a recount, and there are four options open to him. Those include manual recounts or re scans of paper ballots. El rich is leading Blair by just 42 votes right now. We have an update for you about a water main break that happened last night on Macarthur boulevard that put thousands of Montgomery county residents under a boil water advisory. Water says the brick is fixed. The customers in the cabin John and Glenn echo areas are still being told to boil their water. The agency says the advisory could last through the weekend. What we need to do is collect a couple rounds of water quality samples and we need to test the water to ensure it's safe and after a boil water advisory that does take a couple of days. So customers in the affected area will have to boil their water for a couple of days. WSC waters Lynn riggins. Residents should bring their water to a rolling boil for one minute and then let it cool before drinking it, brushing their teeth, preparing baby formula or even giving it to their pants. Today marks 5 years since the deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville. The mother of Heather heyer, the woman who was killed when a white nationalist drove his car into a group of counter protesters, says a lot of work remains to be done in the quest for social justice. My thought was change happens and then it sticks around and that was naive and foolish. Susan bro says protest brings awareness to an issue but it takes ongoing efforts to create positive definite long-lasting change. In the past 5 years, while people have become more open about racism and confronting it, she says it's also been polarizing. We're more us versus them in any time that happens. Mothers and fathers

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"Schedule your free in home estimate. It's 9 11. It's been 5 years now since a white nationalist rammed his car into a crowd of counter protesters during that unite the right rally in Charlottesville. It's a day that still haunts a reverend who witnessed the aftermath. I could never forget that summer even if I tried. Reverend Seth whizz pull away was among counter protesters gathered in downtown Charlottesville and James fields attacked the crowd. At the scene he saw several people badly hurt. I obviously found out the next day who they were doing CPR on. That was Heather heyer, the woman who was killed in that attack, with away along with fellow clergy, held paramedics and families of those hurt that day. He says he continues to cope with the emotional trauma from the event. He's telling his story hoping that moving forward. That there is ongoing and renewing commitment to embody solidarity with the people groups that white supremacists most target. You can read more WTO dot com. Mike Morello P news. A local elected official is fighting a Pentagon plan to turn land into a golf course. The Anna Waldo county executives plan is to keep the more than 100 acres of greenberry point what it is now, a conservation area. The navy wants to build an 18 hole golf course at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay in the severn river in Annapolis, county executives Stewart Pittman's letter to the navy proposes the county would lease the land with recreation and parks running it. Pittman says the county has money already in next year's budget to start the design phase, pivot outlines the county would extend the paved and natural trails, improve water access for those who want to fish and create a place where people can paddle in and enjoy the area. Environmental improvements by the county are also being proposed, Pittman says the county would work with the navy when it needs to use the area for training and Kramer WTO news. Still ahead concern about a nuclear power plant in Ukraine, 9 13. Do you have

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"Years in prison, matching the longest prison sentence so far among hundreds of capital riot cases. Former Rocky Mount police sergeant Thomas Robertson didn't speak in court during his sentencing. He was also given three years of supervised release after his prison term. Federal prosecutors had recommended an 8 year prison sentence. Robertson gets credit for the 13 months he's already been jailed. It's been 5 years since a white nationalist rammed his car into a crowd of counter protesters during the unite the right rally in Charlottesville. It's a day that still haunts a reverend who witnessed the aftermath. I could never forget that summer even if I tried. Reverend Seth whizz away was among counter protesters gathered in downtown Charlottesville and James fields attacked the crowd at the scene he saw several people badly hurt. I obviously found out the next day who they were doing CPR on. That was Heather heyer, the woman who was killed in that attack, with away along with fellow clergy, helped paramedics and families of those hurt that day. He says he continues to cope with the emotional trauma from the event. He's telling his story hoping that moving forward. That there is ongoing and renewing commitment to embody solidarity with the people groups that white supremacists most target. You can read more WTO dot com like Murillo WTO P news and still ahead the Justice Department asks judged on seal the search warrant for former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. It's 5 12. The workplace never ceases to get pushed along by technology

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"It's 80. In buoy, and 78 in northwest Washington. It's 1241 now, Charlottesville is remembering Heather heyer and the other victims of the deadly unite the right rally today. It was 5 years ago that white supremacists and neo Nazis marched at the University of Virginia with tiki torches chanting anti semitic phrases such as Jews will not replace us. The next day, one of them plowed into a group of counter protesters in a car and on a downtown street killing higher and injuring dozens, UVA observing a moment of silence today and ringing the university's chapel bells. Meantime, a top Virginia security official who served under governor Ralph northam says being proactive is key to preventing a similar incident. Intelligence gathering and dissemination is essential. Brian Moran was Virginia's secretary of public safety and Homeland Security under governor northam. He says you have to prioritize public safety when there are groups that have demonstrated their proclivity to commit acts of violence and that courts will recognize the need to reach a reasonable balance where First Amendment rights are respected. In 2020, gun rights groups came to the Virginia capital, played over 15,000 people. We imposed some restrictions on their access to the capitol, and they were not happy about it, but at the end of the day, everyone went home safely. Neil law had been staying double TLP news. Well, if you'd ever donated blood or you haven't done so in a while, now's the time to do it because our region has a very serious blood shortage. Given that we only have about a two day supply, if we have, let's say, multiple accidents on four 95 or something that ends up coming into our hospitals, we're in a lot of trouble. Kevin giambi is with inova blood donor services. He says they normally like to have a three to 5 day inventory of blood, and they haven't seen supplies drop this low since January. Find information on how and where you can donate at WTO P dot com. Hopefully we'll get out of this in the next week or so, but only if donors will come on out and help us. Michelle bash WTO news. 1243

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"No one has been arrested. We've talked to a lot of people in the community that gave us information. We're hoping to solve this case and find the person responsible for this homicide. Nick I Nelly double duty news. Charlottesville will remember Heather heyer and the other victims of the deadly unite the right rally today. 5 years ago, white supremacists and neo Nazis marched at the University of Virginia with tiki torches, chanting, Jews will not replace us, and you will not replace us. The next day, one of them plowed his car into a group of counter protesters killing higher and injuring dozens more, UVA will observe a moment of silence at noon today and ring the university chapel bells, the school will also present exhibits and a panel discussion. Meantime, a top Virginia security official who served under governor Ralph northam during the rally says being proactive is key to preventing a similar incident. Intelligence gathering and dissemination is essential. Brian Moran was Virginia's secretary of public safety and Homeland Security under governor northam. He says you have to prioritize public safety when there are groups that have demonstrated their proclivity to commit acts of violence and that courts will recognize the need to reach a reasonable balance where First Amendment rights are respected. In 2020, gun rights groups came to the Virginia capital. They had over 15,000 people. We imposed some restrictions on their access to the capitol. And they were not happy about it, but at the

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"Our son's life It is a sad irony that the date that our family met with the university of Maryland officials to select this site for the Plaza was January 6th 2021 Susan bro's daughter Heather heyer was killed in Charlottesville Mothers and fathers are tired of burying their children At University of Maryland staying double the TLP news There is new information tonight about a deadly carjacking and shooting on Friday in Alexandria a man found dead at the scene has been identified as 18 year old Jordan poteet also two 15 year olds and an 18 year old are charged with carjacking in relation with what happened The situation unfolded Friday afternoon at a gas station along Richmond highway police say initial evidence indicated it started with a carjacking involving 5 people Alexandria police want to hear from anyone who has information about what happened Knew this evening the city of falls church police department has announced its officers will now wear body worn cameras and start recording all calls Chief Mary Gavin says deploying those cameras will build on the established relationship between law enforcement and the community Federal money and public private partnerships in D.C. are helping bring wireless high-speed low or no cost Internet to the city Those most in need deserve the fastest speeds and shouldn't have to compromise simply because they can't afford higher speed offerings Kevin Ross is with the city's first community Internet program partner we link that's promising wireless gigabyte symmetric broadband.

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"The simple trial of white supremacist in Charlottesville is now over this week A jury awarding millions in damages against white nationalist leaders for violence that erupted during the August 2017 unites the right rally After a nearly monthlong civil trial the jury deadlocked this week on two key claims but it did find white nationalist liable on four other counts The jury awarding a little more than 25 million bucks to 9 people who suffered physical or emotional injuries during two days of demonstrations Washington Post local news reporter Elise silverman is covered The jury did not reach a verdict on two federal conspiracy charges They deadlocked on those federal claims of a race based conspiracy However they did agree that there was a conspiracy under Virginia state law and that the victims were entitled to compensation And how did that compensation work out Specifically they agreed that prominent white supremacist Richard Spencer Jason Kessler Christopher Cantwell and others engaged in a conspiracy to intimidate harass or harm in advance of the deadly rally and awarded about $26 million in damages against 12 people in total and 5 organizations More than half of that money is owed by James field who's already serving a life sentence for ramming into a crowd of counter protesters with his car during the rally and killing Heather heyer How significant is the verdict and what could it mean Well the plaintiff's attorney said that the decisions the jury did reach they were calling it a complete and total victory The plaintiffs following the decision issued a statement saying they could celebrate the jury's verdict finally holding defendants accountable for what they did And accountability for what was brought into the Charlottesville community that weekend Any indication that the defendants in this case are going to challenge the damage award The attorneys for some defendants have made statements that they plan to file motions to try to decrease those damages and the plaintiff's attorney said that they will file motions of their own Ellie has there been any reaction from Charlottesville itself Yes the Charlottesville community applauds the courage of the plaintiff and stuck behind them through this case but that this is just one part.

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WTOP

"The civil trial of white supremacists in Charlottesville is over a jury has awarded millions of dollars in damages against white nationalist leaders for violence that erupted during the August 2017 unite the right rally After a nearly monthlong civil trial the jury deadlocked on two key claims but it did find white nationalists liable on four other counts The jury awarded a little more than $25 million to 9 people who suffered physical or emotional injuries during two days of demonstrations Okay let's learn more with Washington Post local news reporter Ellie silverman Ellie thanks for being back with us Thanks for having me Let's focus on the issues the jury couldn't make a decision on before we talk about what they did And that was a considered one of the most critical parts of this case wasn't it Sure So you're right the jury did not reach a verdict on two federal conspiracy charges They deadlocked on those federal claims of a race based Conspiracy However they did agree that there was a conspiracy under Virginia state law and that the victims were entitled to compensation And how did that compensation work out Specifically they agreed that prominent white supremacist Richard Spencer Jason Kessler Christopher well and others engaged in a conspiracy to intimidate harass or harm in advance of the deadly rally and awarded about $26 million in damages against 12 people in total and 5 organizations More than half of that money is owned owed by James field who's already serving a life sentence for ramming into a crowd of counter protesters with his car during the rally and killing Heather heyer How significant is the verdict today and what could it mean Well the plaintiff's attorney said that the decision the jury did reach they were calling it a complete and total victory The plaintiffs following the decision issued a statement saying they could celebrate the jury's verdict finally holding defendants accountable for what they did And as a accountability for what was brought into the Charlottesville community that weekend Any indication that the defendants in this case are going to challenge the damage award Sure The attorneys for some defendants have made statements that they plan to file motions To try to decrease those damages and the plaintiff's attorney said that they will file motions of their own Ellie has there been any reaction from Charlottesville itself Yes the Charlottesville community applauds the courage of the plaintiffs and stuck behind them through this case but that this is just one part in a long road ahead that they see in terms of true racial justice and making the community a better place Thank you so much for all your help during this trial We appreciate it Thank you How we silverman is Washington Post local news reporter reporting on the unite the right rally civil trial in Charlottesville And.

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"heather heyer" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Things I wanted to flag for you before I pick up your phone calls The first is in the Charlottesville Nazi trial Where Heather heyer was murdered by this man James fields who slammed his car into the crowd Killing her he had tweeted earlier Love your race stop white genocide White genocide is the phrase that white supremacists are using to characterize the problem in their minds of non white people immigrating into the United States non white people having babies non white people having positions of power getting jobs getting elected I mean this whole white genocide thing basically is their phrase for what you would call the end of white supremacy While Sydney was on the witness stand the plane has played a clinic And then they had him talking on his podcast and he's using the K word this slur against Jewish people that rhymes with kites He said let's gas the case and have a race war When I realized their responsible for communism that's a really good reason to genocide at people And then later he said if you kill a Jew the Jew and you dies with him I heard And then he says this is a tasteless joke relax K word I mean this is pretty grim stuff That is coming out in this trial So number one I wanted to flag that for you The other one is a story that just went up on the Financial Times and I caught it during it went up about four hours ago but I just saw it during the break I was looking at the news to see what's going on in the world Check the times in The Washington Post and the Financial Times and some of the other websites And this is amazing Austria you know the country next to Germany right Austria's government I'll just read you the first two paragraphs This is just incredible Austria's government plans to impose a strict lockdown on the unvaccinated as a battle soaring rates of COVID-19 infection in one of the most contentious measures in Europe to try to contain the pandemic Speaking at a press conference in the state of Thai roll in on Friday Chancellor Alexander Shaolin Berg said the federal government was seeking a nationwide lockdown for those who have not been jabbed to apply starting Monday He says the measures are needed to protect the rights of those who have been vaccinated or recovered from the virus He said I don't see why two thirds of the population should lose their freedom because another third hesitates Frigging amazing The headline if you have a financial time subscription I'm pretty sure you have a subscribe to read it But the headline is titled Austria plans lock down for unvaccinated in battle to control COVID All around the world People are just saying I'm over it I think that the press coverage in the United States and people who refuse to get vaccinated The media constantly going out and finding well let's find some average person in rural Alabama who's going to tell us how terrible the vaccines are It's the media constantly in search of the dog bites man or the man bites dog story You.

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"heather heyer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Around the world are gathering in Scotland this weekend for the UN climate summit The two week summit begins tomorrow and countries from around the world will bring their first updated plans to fight climate change since the 2015 Paris accords The world leaders will include President Biden who will finalize what's being called the Paris rule book That rule book will govern how the Paris accords emissions reduction plans will actually be carried out around the world Witness testimony will resume Monday in the civil lawsuit against the organizers of the deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville Natalie Romero took the stand in a Virginia courtroom Friday and said the attacks by angry white nationalists at the 2017 rally left her physically and emotionally scarred Romero said she was part of a counter protest in downtown Charlottesville when she was struck by the same car that killed counter protester Heather heyer The FDA is giving the green light for children to get the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine Acting commissioner doctor Janet woodcock says it may take time for some parents to get their children the shots We certainly hope that as people see a children getting vaccinated and being protected and being able to participate in activities without concern that more and more people will get their kids vaccinated The health agency signed off on the shots that are designed for children between the ages of 5 and 11 The CDC still needs to weigh in before kids could officially roll up their sleeves And advisory committee meets next week to discuss the vaccine About 28 million children stand to become eligible once the shots get approved According to candy store dot com Halloween candy sales are on.

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"heather heyer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"heather heyer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the civil lawsuit against the organizers of the 2017 unite the right rally in Charlottesville will resume on Monday The first witness in the case took the stand Friday Natalie Romero telling a Virginia courtroom the attacks by angry white nationalists left her physically and emotionally scarred She was part of a counter protest and hit by the same car that killed counter protester Heather heyer The Supreme Court will hear a case challenging federal regulations over power plant carbon emissions Now the high court will decide if the EPA has the authority to set the standards G 20 summit officials are endorsing President Biden's global tax proposal The world leaders from 20 countries with the largest economy signed off today on Biden's call for a 15% global minimum tax on corporations that would pay taxes in countries where the companies conduct business The northern lights are on display in some areas of the country this weekend where they're rarely seen among those areas Washington state the upper Midwest and some states in New England I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Leaders of the world's biggest economies who have gathered in Rome formally endorsed and ambitious planned a day to overhaul the way countries around the world tax multinational companies The government heads back to the agreement during their first formal session of talks at a group of 20 summit according to a summary of the session obtained by Bloomberg news and to U.S. officials who spoke on condition of anonymity On Friday a senior U.S. administration official traveling with the President Biden called the plan and historic reshaping of the rules for the global economy that will force corporations to pay their fair share of taxes The U.S. and the European Union are nearing a trade truce on steel and aluminum that will allow the allies to remove terror of sun more than $10 billion worth of their exports each year Negotiators are poised to reach an agreement possibly over this weekend according to people familiar with the talks who asked not to be identified because the discussions are ongoing The transatlantic allies are racing to reach a deal before December 1st That's when European tariffs are set to double Well the last time soybeans slumped for this long Google was still three months away from being founded more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet The oilseed is used in everything from renewable fuel to salad dressing and it ended October with its 6 straight monthly loss the worst run since May of 1998 That you're like 2021 farmers were heading into a record harvest demand for this year's bumper crop is in question though as the pace of sales to China lags expectations Some analysts do expect the export forecast to be trimmed in the government's next supply and demand report due on November 9th Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I am Susanna Palmer.

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Killer of Heather Heyer pleads guilty to hate crimes tied to Virginia riot

Democracy Now! Audio

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Killer of Heather Heyer pleads guilty to hate crimes tied to Virginia riot

Charlottesville Anniversary: Rallies Planned One Year After Death of Heather Heyer

NPR News Now

00:53 sec | 5 years ago

Charlottesville Anniversary: Rallies Planned One Year After Death of Heather Heyer

"On the streets force in Charlottesville, Virginia today is a city guards against the chaos, and violence marked last summer's white nationalist rally downtown streets have been blocked off buses rerouted Haas Penser from member station w. c. v. reports at last night was uneventful. Democratic congressional candidate Leslie Cockburn strolled across the pedestrian mall after an interfaith healing service at the local synagogue, a lot of people are out there enjoying them all, it's it's a good. It's a good seen a couple of blocks away resident, tempests shepherd knelt to place a bouquet of flowers on fourth street. Just here to just pay my respects about anniversary happen here last year. Last August thirty, two year old woman named Heather higher died and thirty. Five were injured when an alleged Nazi sympathizer, rammed his car into them for

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No. 2 House Democrat Hoyer hospitalized with pneumonia

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

01:24 min | 5 years ago

No. 2 House Democrat Hoyer hospitalized with pneumonia

"With the news at seven thirty one a spokeswoman says democrat u s representative steny hoyer of maryland is being treated at a washington hospital for pneumonia but is expected to recover quickly a spokeswoman said yesterday that the congressman was being treated with antibiotics and resting after being admitted to the george washington university ospital the seventy nine year old hoyer was diagnosed with pneumococcal pneumonia the widow of longtime maryland delegate who died last month has been tapped to serve the rest of his term anna rondo county democrats central committee nominated alice sophocles to fill the vacancy left after the death of her husband ted sophocles governor larry hogan we'll have up to thirty days to approve that choice the man charged with murdering a counter protester with his car during last year's rally in charlottesville virginia now heads the federal court to face more charges fox's eban brown reports james alex fields has already been charged with killing heather heyer last august when he drove his car allegedly intentionally into a crowd of people protesting against the presence of white supremacists rallying to stop removals of confederate monuments in charlottesville virginia but now fields will face a federal judge on thirty federal charges that he violated the civil rights of the young woman he killed among others those federal crimes alone could land fields on death row eban brown fox news.

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