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"hostin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:49 min | Last month

"hostin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"From the strategic petroleum reserve. Sounds esoteric to people, but oil market analysts you've had on this show will say it was single handedly responsible for keeping oil prices going higher. What you idiot? It doesn't even come close to the amount of oil we use each day. But that's not even the point. They didn't even keep 5 million barrels of it here. They sent 1 million barrels to communist China. You know what I'm wondering, mister producer? What does joy behar think about this? Aren't we all sitting on the edge of our seats? I understand she got a three year extension. Three year extension on the view. She's just a big mouth left wing kook who couldn't make it on radio. She gets paid. She gets paid to say what we hear day in and day out from the end. Yet this, on the street, yet is at the deli. Same thing, day in and day. She gets paid for it. She gets paid to be an idiot. She's not the only one. Sunny hostin is her name? I don't even know all these people anymore. Who is it? Whoopi Goldberg, good lord, isn't it time for a little new blood? I would say so. Anyway, here's the bottom line. This administration is not going to do anything to improve our economic situation. Inflation gas prices are anything. People need to understand this. In fact, they're going to do a lot worse. And as I said to you, the other day and I said many months ago. Can you name one thing this administration has improved? I mean, without a joke, can you name one thing this administration has improved? As it improved the lives of most Americans, as it improved the lives of people stuck at the border and the anarchy and the chaos and the criminality and the other buses taking place. It's shocking. What this administration has done to this country. Can you think of one thing to the positive? Just one thing, because you know what? If you could think of one thing, then buying spokes idiots could think of one thing. And Biden's goofballs who are running for the House in the Senate could think of one thing. They can't run on anything. They've got nothing except killing babies. That's their big issue. Abortion up to the last second, and they think that's going to, that's going to stem their losses. I'll be right back

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How Democrats Have Historically Talked About Abortion

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

How Democrats Have Historically Talked About Abortion

"When Sonny says that the left was more radical right She said they moved more to the center now folks And liberals you have a hard time with this I know conservatives are getting it but the libs listing are like I don't get it man Of course you know So this is leftist decades ago Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton and others Here is their position on abortion when sunny is saying they were more left because they're actually more centered now Here check this out Reduce the number of abortions in this country I want to reduce them and I think they should be rare No funds could go to an organization that in the course of family planning advocate promote or perform abortions I agree with him With respect to partial birth abortion I am completely supported of a ban on late term abortions partial birth or otherwise We can support a woman's right to choose that makes abortion safe legal and rare Okay Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton and other prominent Democrats arguing back in the day that abortion should be safe legal and rare Now the rare part again just by the common usage of the language you would assume if you were a smart person right You would assume that they meant rare because abortion is the end of a human life and they wanted to appear up here because they're not but they wanted to appear to be sensitive to that fact and probably still wanted to get some votes from the faith based audience out there in the United States for their political content right So now that was M decades ago they're claiming now people like sunny hostin and others like they've moved more to the center on the issue They have so they moved to making it safer legal And rarer Well to make it safe legal and even rarer you probably wouldn't want to be arguing if you wanted to make it rare for abortions up until the baby is actually born and exits the birth

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Sunny Hostin: Democrats Moved Centered; Republicans Moved to Extremism

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Sunny Hostin: Democrats Moved Centered; Republicans Moved to Extremism

"So this is what sunny said Again I want to play this again She's an obvious leftist I had some conversations with our back in the day when I was doing some commentary at CNN and she used to portray herself as kind of like a mainstream Democrat She's really now like most of them because Trump broke all of them A radical leftist And he or she makes the ridiculous point that it's Democrats that have moved more towards the center and Republicans should become more radical Now keep in mind she has zero evidence facts or data to back this up unlike us we've got a whole bunch of it She has zero evidence to back that up because conservatives have not moved We believe in economic freedom school choice regulatory reform pro life pro Second Amendment pro Bill of rights pro constitution pro public safety Law & Order and national security None of that has changed None of it So how we've moved is impossible given that we haven't moved It's the same positions we've held for decade But here's sunny hostin say and you're all crazy and the left are now the party of the centered centrists Check this out They are playing to the base I mean if you look at all the studies the Republican Party has moved further to the right than Democrats have to the left There's a Pew Research Center analysis that finds it on average Democrats and Republicans are farther apart ideologically today than at any time in the past 50 years and that ideological divide breaks down to the Republican Party being an extremist party and the Democratic Party actually as you just mentioned Sarah moving more to the center That's a good one there Sonny

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Sunny Hostin Cares More About Polls Than Justices' Safety

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Sunny Hostin Cares More About Polls Than Justices' Safety

"Hey there's this sunny hostin kare go I was watching a lot of the protests that were happening outside of some of the justices homes And my understanding is that justice Alito has had to go into hiding Because of this draft opinion that was leaked And while I think it is terrible that a justice would have to go into hiding I think it is really clear to the justices now that as Anna mentioned 64 to 66% of Americans believe that the Supreme Court should uphold rope What does that have to do with anything If 64 to 60% 66% of the Americans in the 1850s supported slavery or segregation we have a system that's set up where the courts adjudicate They don't sit there and see what 64 66% of Americans want Number one number two that is a lie What kind of abortion are we even talking about The vast majority of Americans oppose partial birth abortion When it's explained to them So the media censor it You will not find sunny hostin Arguing let's run a video of a partial birth abortion So everybody can know this isn't a baby It's about the woman's body and it's a choice Why not sunny

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Joy Behar Doesn't Know How Our Government Works

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Joy Behar Doesn't Know How Our Government Works

"Go ahead Those that were the proudest said I've never had to use my firearm in the line of You know you know that so it's just this cowboy Now sunny hostin is speaking for police Does she speak for you folks She speaks for everybody Go ahead Pass a bell contradicting the New York City for state laws Okay okay Joy the Supreme Court doesn't pass A bill The Supreme Court doesn't pass a law The Supreme Court rules on laws They rule On cases they apply the facts to the law they look at the constitution and they look at their precedent The Supreme Court doesn't pass a bill Now you support the Supreme Court ruling right Ruling over localities and states if it's abortion on demand and whatever it is that your agenda is But you don't support it doing so when they might rule to uphold the constitution because some local or state government is violating it But in no case do they pass laws Or do they pass bills in sunny hostin Should have said something but she didn't

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'The View' Says Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Represent the Black Community

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 7 months ago

'The View' Says Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Represent the Black Community

"Here is an exchange between joy behar and sunny hostin yesterday on the view. Considering the uneven kind of court we have right now, it's so important that this is happening on in a time where we can get another liberal. And of course, the representation more than anything you pointed out, first black woman, there's only been two black men in. Those numbers are a little shocking. And one doesn't really represent the black community. No. One doesn't really represent the black community. I'm apologized. I don't have the right cut sheet here, guys. There's a mistake on my sheet. That was cut 5. That was 5? Oh, that was 6. One doesn't really represent the black community. That's sunny hostin and Sarah Haines. Now let's go to the right cut with joy behar and sunny hostin cut 5. Hate that somebody like Amy Coney Barrett was put in there because she's a white woman who they say well, go against abortion rights, and she's a woman. So that was deliberate, I think. Clarence Thomas, a black guy, a black man, a justice, okay? I'll give it to him. He's a smart guy, but he is to the right of attila the hum this guy, and they put him in there thinking, oh, a black man will go against voting rights. Which is what he does. And it was a.

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'The View' Host Claims Biden Is Being Treated Like a Black President

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 7 months ago

'The View' Host Claims Biden Is Being Treated Like a Black President

"Again, everything, everything, everything is about race. And listen to ABC's the view and sunny hostin, and the nonsense she spewed. About Republicans and our relationship with grandpa Joe. But the infrastructure Bill, I think, was a leaning into white independence. And I think it was a leaning into white moderates. But the bottom line is those aren't the folks that really took him over the finish line. Those aren't, that's not the democratic base. No, democratic president has made it into The White House without the support of the black community. The black community now, voters 50 and over that are registered. There's been a 36 point drop, and then that approval. And what I took away was he said something like I had no idea that my Republican friends would do this. Well, he's governing like it's the 1990s. It's 2022. He sat for 8 years next to a black president, you didn't think he'd be treated like one. And that's what he's being treated like. Did you hear that? Because he once said my Republican Friends, the black community is turning on Biden, according to a black woman like sunny hostin. And according to Sonny hostin, Biden is being treated like a black president. I mean, honest to goodness, you just, you just have to pity these

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The Left Defends Sotomayor's COVID Misinformation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:12 min | 7 months ago

The Left Defends Sotomayor's COVID Misinformation

"This week, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor literally said on the bench of the Supreme Court, we've got a 100,000 children in hospitals with COVID, many of them on ventilators. And the whole world laughed at her because that's a lie. That's what they used to call COVID misinformation. I guess if you're a Supreme Court Justice, you can lie and get away with it. I guess if you're a radical wise Latina activist Supreme Court judge, you're allowed to say things like that. Where's her apology, by the way? We don't have a 100,000 kids in the hospital with COVID. We don't have kids on ventilators. The fraction of kids like 0.000001%. She lied. Do you know that the left is defending her? Here's cut 7. Listen to sunny hostin, one of the big mouths on ABC TV's the view defending Sonia Sotomayor's COVID misinformation. Well, first I just want to reframe this a little bit about justice Sotomayor because while she may not be accurate for current hospitalizations in children, she is correct that we have more children in the hospital now more than ever before. And it certainly reflects the current cases in children. Right now we have 82,843 children sick with COVID, more than a thousand children have died from the virus. And in addition, about 7.8 million children have caught COVID since the pandemic started. And so those are just the numbers. And so while fewer than 83,000 kids have been hospitalized with the virus, we have kids sick with COVID more than we ever have before. And so that's a real thing and those are real numbers. Can you believe that that woman makes probably 7 or 800,000? Maybe a $1 million a year to have a show on national TV and defend the

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'View' hosts say they had false positive COVID tests

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

'View' hosts say they had false positive COVID tests

"Host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro of the view say they apparently had false positive covert nineteen test last week that derailed a planned interview with vice president Kamilla Harris I'm marquees are loaded with the latest it was a dramatic moment of live TV on Friday when sunny Hostin an ana Navarro were pulled off the air when they tested positive for covert nineteen the show scrambled to set up a remote interview with Kamilla Harris after all the hosts were tested multiple times over the weekend the show now says nobody has tested positive Austin says it was uncomfortable for her results to be released publicly before she knew what was going on executive producer Brian teda apologize to Hostin and Navarro and said no one was ever in danger however he says it was really awkward television that he'd like to have back if he could

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Harris 'View' interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Harris 'View' interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19

"The corona virus forced a delay in a nationally televised interview a vice president Kamilla Harris the vice president was about to be interviewed live in studio in New York on ABC's the view the two of you to step out for a second okay two of the host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro left the studio Sara Haines stayed behind and so did joy Behar sunny and Anna both apparently tested positive cold with no matter how hard we try of these things happen both were vaccinated the vice president was sent to a remote location the Sonny and Anna are strong women and I know they're fine it but it really also does speak to the fact that they're vaccinated and vaccines really make all the difference because otherwise it would be concerned about hospitalization for a White House official says the vice president did not have any contact with the two hosts who tested positive I met Donahue

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"hostin" Discussed on The View

The View

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"hostin" Discussed on The View

"To speak with you sherry because you are my friend and you have been my guiding light for a long time. Most people don't know that right. But i remember that you reached out to me when i was first getting involved with this show and gave me a lot of advice and We'll get we'll get into that though but How did it feel to get the call that you were an official co host. This is a big show. And barbara's like the original you now say. It is a big shot in in bill. Barbara had come to me a few times. Do have me come on the show. They it started. I was trying to get on the view to promote my sitcom that i was less than perfect and bill would never booked me on the show because he didn't know exit on the couch and have anything to say. Why so they never booked me they booked everybody else for my show but me and my publicist kept calling and it just so happened. That johnny cochran had passed away star. Jones had to go to his funeral so happened to be. This is why you can't give up. It happened to be around the time that i called. So he was like if she can get on a plane and come like now will have on the show. And i was pregnant at the time but i i was on bedridden but i as my doctor i said can i go and she was like well. You know your bed rest. And i said look. Is the baby going come. What in the air and she said no. But you have to be careful. That's all i need it. They wheeled me in a wheelchair up to right before we supposed to come out. And i got out of a wheelchair to sit at the table and i may joy laugh and joy like me so much that she said when i go out of town to do stand up. I want you to have sherry. So i went back and bill called the next day was like can you get back on a plane now. So that's when they really kinda got to see what i do. And then i was there with star and star said star jones. I really like sherry. So when i'm gone call sherry. So that's what. I started doing it. And they came to my dressing room. Lighten a few times after that and they were trying to get me to be irregular on because it was tough going down with star and did it and i said no. My name is ben. I'm not because you know it's hard to make joy laugh and very hard to me. It's very hard to make her laugh. Because she's she's got a wicked sense of humor right. She's very smart. And also this shows about karate right. It's about everybody getting along and if you have now to co-host saying i like her i like her. That's that's important. That's because i'm not surprised. They were like we want you. I was very surprised. I just i was so nervous and i just said just be you and I think what cemented me coming on was rosie o'donnell got into it with elizabeth hasselbeck. Oh vape full day. Oh because they were trying to decide between kathy griffin and me really yet knows yes the permanent co host position was between kathy griffin or sherri shepherd and what happened is the dhabi moving. They gave kathy griffin the friday. And you've me thursday so we each had a day and all of this stuff happened on thursday. That's the split-screen day. That was the split-screen day rosie got into a big fight with elizabeth. And i remember that whole day girl was just tinging it wise. Why what do you. What do you remember about that day. Because i came on a day when i i didn't know what was going on. I didn't know that there was tension between lizzy and rosie laying. You know when your guest when a guest comes on ages know about that day. I zoo though within the hot topics room that there was tension. Just didn't know why. And so everybody latte left. And i was asking the hair makeup girls. They don't say nothing they don't and in in Rebecca and there was like a vault vault. I'll tell you they know all the dead bodies are buried and they don't tell you anything. The best hair make team ever at the views and Right before we went on it. Just was tension with rosie and lizzy. And i remember asking the same glam team i said. Does anybody speak in tongues. We gotta start praying. I'm a pentecostal. And they said no. We don't speak in tongues. I said all these black people here. Nobody speaks some towns. We get out there and start talking about my comedy cd telling everybody to buy it. I'm just like and then all of a sudden it just will send you when lizzie started talking to rosie sad song and i'm like wait a minute this same fun. No more yes yes. They did a split screen. And i remember trying to like. Just make it lighter this one so personal because i believe that rosie just felt like things that had happened. Elizabeth never defended her on. The lisbeth was fed up because she was like you. Defend yourself because you get yourself in hot water so you defend yourself you would not even look me in the face elizabeth and say how's e i can understand how that why don't you take this opportunity like six because you.

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"hostin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"hostin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Mike G. Here's John on Long Island where there are flags, John, you racist big at you. Oh, my God, my son through my 30 year old son and my 50 year old daughter who hang them every year. From what from Memorial Day the Veterans Day and I take him down in the winter, and that's been my father's or Army vet. But we're so racist. We just see red, white and blue and little does she know Long Island, New York, went red for Donald Trump. So she's in the wrong area of Long Island, and that's why I believe me. She didn't want to go to Long Island. That's why that was. That's what put her in a bad mood. She had to leave the Starbucks on the Upper West Side to go out to Long Island, of course. Might have grew up in a great talent Babylon. We put veterans up pictures of veterans and the years that they dedicated their wife for the service, someone will still active. Exactly what you love to look. Do you want to know? Bigotry? John, You want to know bigotry? Let's face it. Sunny. Hostin is a bigot. She thinks she's better than people that fly an American flag. You know, you know what's going out to play on one of these breaks. You got to play out. Different round here by Riley Green Because that's the song I put on Facebook. I made a video. And what does Facebook do? They muted me because you down? No. You know, we got to play. We gotta pull out. Lee Greenwood. Come on, Eric. Let's play it right now. I'm in that mood I want to I want to send a message is I'm waiting. In fact, the songs about two minutes long. I'll bet you were going to hit $250,000 in donations while we listen to Lee Lee Greenwood. This is, of course. The anthem that President Trump always uses. When he comes out onto stage. You're going to be seeing a lot of this and seen a lot of these rallies coming up, and that's pretty exciting stuff. Let's play it. This is for sunny hostin and please go to mike online dot com. As we listen together and sing along, make a donation.

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Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

Pat Walsh

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

"Conviction of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. Murder and manslaughter charges. A jury took a little more than 10 hours to find Children guilty of second degree murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin. This was highly unusual. I mean, it's always clear to prosecutors that quick verdict of fact, fast verdict really hints at an agreement journey for George Floyd's family. Ben Crump, we framed this moment. For all of us, not just for George floor. This is a victory for those who championed humanity over inhumanity. President Biden says the conviction can be a giant step forward for the nation in the fight against systemic racism. He calls on the Senate to pass a police reform bill okay by the House and named for Floyd. So far it is deadlocked in the Senate. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening

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"hostin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"hostin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"There was a murder in central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. A man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall on a December morning in 1973. He and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full clan. The guy had a plane just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime, and this time it's up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks Ban covered new leads possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten What they've uncovered is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, A life on the run and a first hand. Look at.

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"hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Was a murder in central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. A man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall. On a December morning in 1973, he and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester you banks, and he hasn't been seen since full plan. The guy had a point, just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And this time it's up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks. They uncovered new leads, possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten What they've uncovered is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, A life on the run and a first hand..

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"hostin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Was a murder in central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. A man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall. On a December morning in 1973, he and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full clan. The guy had a point, just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And this time it's up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks Ban covered new leads possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten What they've uncovered is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, A life on the run and a first hand. Look at how the.

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"hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"There was a murder. In central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. The man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall on a December morning in 1973. He and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full clan. The guy had a plane. Just astounded that could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime and his time is up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks Ban covered new leads possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten What they've uncovered is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, A life on the run and a first hand. Look at how the U. S marshals are trying to solve one of the oldest fugitive cases in American history. Now they may be closer than ever from ABC News. Have you seen this man? Have you seen this man? Have you seen this man? Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart.

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"hostin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Seen since full clan. The guy had a point, just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And his time is up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks Ban covered new leads possible sightings and, at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester Eubanks. B for gotten, what they've uncovered is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, a life on the run and a first hand look at how the U. S marshals are trying to solve one of the oldest fugitive cases. Like when you talk, so I said this all along from the.

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"hostin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on KTOK

"Crime. One sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall. On a December morning in 1973. He and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full clan. The guy had a plane just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And his time is up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester. You bang. Just testing jobs on Labor Day. I'm Rich Dennison. Fox News President Trump Holding a press conference earlier today at the White House, crediting his administration for an economic rebound amid the Corona virus pandemic. We're currently witnessing the fast his labor market recovery from an economic crisis. In history World history Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden criticizing the president while talking to supporters in Pennsylvania. I can't think of any president in the middle of a crisis. Like this, And there's been other crises supposed foreign and domestic that has not called in the leadership of the Republican and Democratic parties to the White House. The latest Labor Department report shows the nation's unemployment rate is 8.4%. President Trump says he would support an investigation into campaign contributions involving Postmaster General Lewis to joy The Washington Post is reporting to joy had asked employees at a business he owned to make contributions, then reimburse them later with company funds. The president says the joy is well respected, but said he's okay with investigations into the possible campaign finance law violations. President Trump Today discussing a new report that shows China is surpassing the U. S and military strength. I don't want them building a military like they're building right down there Using our money to build the latest Pentagon report on China shows Beijing now controls the world's largest navy and leaves the U. S and land based missile and Air defense systems. British judge today, rejecting a request by lawyers for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to delay his extradition hearing until next year to give his lawyers more time to respond to US allegations. That he conspired with hackers to obtain classified information. A Sanja appeared in a London courtroom today to fight American prosecutors attempts to send him back to the US to stand trial on spying charges. America is listening to Fox News. Come the fuck Snooze Podcasts Network download and listen to the one with Craig Gutfeld Cat. I know that you are not particularly pleased with this decision. Do I pick Kamala Harris? Everyone keeps pointing Teo The fact that she was so mean to him in the debates. To me. It's not weird because he got the guy that wrote the 1994 crime bill. You have a drink Coney and prosecutor. I think they're really a match made.

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"hostin" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on 600 WREC

"There was a murder in central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. The man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall on a December morning in 1973. He and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full clan. The guy had a plane just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And his time is up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks Ban covered new leads possible sightings and, at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester Eubanks. B for gotten, what they've uncovered is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, A life on the.

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"hostin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"There was a murder. In central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. The man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall. On a December morning in 1973, he and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full plan. The guy had a plane just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And this time it's up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester. You banks, they uncovered new leads, possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten what they've uncovered. Is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, a life on the run and a first.

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"hostin" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Here's an I Heart Radio Podcast preview. There was a murder. In central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. A man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall. On a December morning In 1973 he and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full clan. The guy had a plane just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And this time it's up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks Ban covered new leads possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten what they've uncovered. Is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, a life on the run and a first hand. Look at how the U. S marshals are trying to solve one of the oldest fugitive cases in American history. Now they may be closer than ever.

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"hostin" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"There was a murder in central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. A man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall. On a December morning In 1973 he and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off, He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester you banks, and he hasn't been seen since full plan. The guy had a point, just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And his time is up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks. They uncovered new leads, possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten What they've uncovered is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, A life on the run and a first hand..

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"hostin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"There was a murder in central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. The man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall. On a December morning In 1973 he and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off, He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full clan. The guy had a point, just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. The federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And this time it's up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks Ban covered new leads possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten what they've uncovered. Is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, a life on the run and a first hand..

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"hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"There was a murder. In central Ohio. That many people still don't want to talk about. A man who committed that crime once sat on death row, but now he's on the run. His name is Lester Eubanks. Lester didn't tunnel out of prison or scale a stone wall. On a December morning In 1973 he and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full plan. The guy had a point, just astounded that could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And his time is up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester. You banks, they uncovered new leads, possible sightings and at every turn found resistance from those who want Lester you banks to be for gotten what they've uncovered. Is a case that's about more than murder. It's about family loyalty, a life on the run and a first hand..

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"hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It was murder isn't oil People still don't want man convicted crime once sent to death row, But now he's on the run. Is name is Lester. Thanks, lesser intellect, prison or scale A stone wall. On a December morning In 1973 he and a small group of inmates were granted permission tow walk outside prison walls. His handcuffs were taken off. He changed into civilian clothing. And he and three others were driven to a local mall. They were told they could wander the stores and were asked to return to a designated meeting spot. Hours later, all the inmates came back except Lester. You banks, and he hasn't been seen since full plan. The guy had a plane just astounded that this could actually happen. There were many years when it seemed like no one was even looking for Lester. Recently, his whereabouts have become the focus of the U. S. Marshal Service. Federal agents who track fugitives case is testing the marshals. Those nine lives running out and we're gonna catch up with Leicester and is being urged on by those hurt most by Lester's crime he's had enough free time. He confessed to the crime. And this time it's up. I'm Sonny Hostin with ABC News. Over the past year, a team from the ABC News investigative unit joined the search for Lester Eubanks.

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"hostin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"hostin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You know you are, Um yes. Hostin announced on the view today that she is she's got a memoir. He does doing a memoir she took to. Actually she didn't say it on the view against Everton Twitter he is releasing out of biographies coming on September. Okay. Titled Am These Truth, A Memoir of Identity, Justice and Living between worlds in September, It will be published in English and Spanish. And if you remember a couple weeks ago when ABC they're bigwig, the woman whose yes charge of everything that has been accused of being an absolutely awful person and Being a bully, and that's not against the law to be bully and, you know, ABC said they're going to investigate and sunny hostin that day on the show Head, um learned as a result of ABC telling her that this woman this Barbara, I think, Barbara I can't remember the last time he was like shaking. She'd learned over the weekend that this barber Cavanaugh, that's just sort of collar. Okay? I mean, I don't think that's it. I don't either had referred to sunny as low rent behind her back because Sonny Hostin, um black and Puerto Rican, and she's been very You know, she zags. She grew up in the projects. And I mean, you know, she's always been very open with her story of you know her Barbara Fadiga for Yeah, cames from so sunny, you know, I always said that she This woman was like nice to her And but Apparently, she was nice to the talent until she wasn't and people who work below her. She referred to women on the regular is BU. Next Tuesday's All of this But Sonny was like really like he's a shaking. She was shaking. I guess I would just say if I was like reading between the lines of everything that was going on. The daily Micro Aggressions and Petty Little B s, lies and looks and comments. That happened over and over and over when you walk in this world in you know, when you are a person of color and bi racial it was like she just was like, really couldn't believe. That this person called her low rent, and it just is, like one of those again. You know her. She's in. She's very educated. Our parents worked so hard. Read this. Yeah. Europe in the South Bronx? Yeah. Housing projects. So anyway, has worked really hard, Very proud. And she doesn't take any B s from. No, she was a prosecutor. Um, and sex crimes. I think this in New York City, and I think that she is, I think it would be very interesting. Yeah, I think I found a very interesting, very smart and very rational. Yes, and reasonable was she always knows what she's talking about? Because she's got both law and journalism. They're grown, You know, so Kind of like You know, Star Jones had that, you know, Think about how Barbara Walters hired her for the view. He became known because she was the legal the spokesperson for what Channel? I can't remember for the O J. Simpson? Yes, us and she was good. She was kind of like, you know, had some of that going on. She she had some of the Lordship. I mean, she was sparkly. She could she could sparkle and make Thus, dear or of inter kit legal stuff. Be interesting, which is a talented and I would say It's like the people who write the tagline. You know, I was I always thought the taglines for the New York Housewives of Beverly Hills. I always thought they had a hand in them the professional writers and then they just yea or nay. Am I like that, do you? Well, what's your diamond story Going to be? Well, I don't know. I have a shirt and sparkly, but I'll never had one. And you know, it was really a good way. I have so many notebooks. We're going to have to go through them one, you know? Omer desperate contact. We're just going to take out the notebook from 1958 and see what's in it. But the New York Housewives in Beverly Hills are coming back this week with fresh episodes. Or maybe it's the next weekend. Okay, But New York has new tag lines because tensely is gone. She left in the middle of the season. Yes, so they did a different beginning and we all got deadlines. Well. Some of them sounded horrible. I didn't like some they they had, too. Yeah, they've got to do some work with New York. Lori, What are we going to do to save that one? My daughter in law put a poll on her Facebook page because we are like, what are we going to do? The New York Housewives have just They're in the tank. I'm done theirs. It's so bad. I came back. I couldn't stand it before back his Beth and he was back and she brought it on. I came back. It was kind of for there's just their crabby and hormonal, which is terrible to say, because I've been that person. But I would have one word terrible in her whenever I want to watch me and TV barely listen, I really I think that show has lost its Judge, and maybe it just doesn't feel relevant right now, because it's like no, that, isn't it? I like escapism. Yeah, No, that is. Yeah, There's there's something else going on. There's nothing happening in their lives. We need to meet. We need new people very ago. Yeah, right. There you go. Harry. Serena said that Q VC told her to stop being so political on her a social media or that they might have Tio figure lying down. Yes. The bullet unquote. Karen's were yelling at her, and I think I thought we follow Lisa Rinna on social media, and I mean she's She's I mean, she posed stuff, but I mean, she supported many causes in In the past. I've last seen any. Yeah, she let us know about it, and you know a lady I know, e mailed us about. She's very upset about. Karen has been coop coopted to be a type of person because it's her name Day. I know it, but now it's Karen's and Ken's because of the ST Louis couple that pointed their guns at people right now they're being called Karen's and Ken's until gazes, Ken Besides, Casey's saying, yes. Can a leasing call up? Didn't he said al, I don't care what I mean. Next. Well, where's the lorry? NHS and the Julia Julia? Here's the thing. We can't stop a national movement. I wouldn't be surprised if Wikipedia already has the Karen Page, right, Well explanation, right? Because I'll never forget outlined with Becky. I can't keep with the good hair you how many explanations of Becky you have to give me and now it has moved on to Karen, right? Him. The name has just been hijacked yet and I haven't and I have an aunt Karen, and I'm going to ask her this Fourth of July weekend how she feels about it, and she's a real feisty woman. Yeah, and I think No, I have no idea what I don't know. I might have to explain to her what a Karen is, She might not know. And she'll be sorry. I told her and ruined her for Don't worry. Okay. She had trust me. She won't care. Yeah, our one great single bit. And now just tell me Rose quickly. Yes. Here. How do we Feel about all these actor on actor zoom conversation. It's just like we're getting some good staff work because variety is kind of facilitating that they've been doing that for a couple years where they do these celebrity round tables and stuff. I know that's the Hollywood reporter that said, This is variety where they hook up two actors. The old interview magazine kind of And they're kind of I mean, at least we're kind of getting some. Are you getting anything from it? Because this is how we got the an half way, telling us about Christopher Nolan's Egg Center director genius about not allowing the cheers on his set because Of course, most wish some days..

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Sunny Hostin Blasts Melania Trump: 'We Finally Said A Woman's Word Is Enough' On Sexual Assault

The View

03:09 min | 4 years ago

Sunny Hostin Blasts Melania Trump: 'We Finally Said A Woman's Word Is Enough' On Sexual Assault

"The media goes too far and the way they portray some stories, it's it's not correct. It's not right. So the message is the message that is the media's fault I want. What is the message? I don't know what that piece of it is this media piece, but I will say this, you know, back in the day, I would say maybe forty fifty years ago. It was very difficult for women to bring sexual assault cases because the law was different, and it was this British jurists. Matthew HALE who said rape was our sex assaults was the only crime where you need it more than a woman's word in the law for any crime. A person's testimony is enough after forty years. We finally changed the law. We've finally set a woman's word is enough. I've taken many cases to trial with. And now you have the first lady of the United States telling women everywhere your word is not enough. I think it does so much damage and quite frankly, that isn't the law. So you don't need cooperation. There's no winning in the situation. There's nothing Mamani wrong, we'll can. I can. I say something really quick, so I was watching. I watched Sunday shows every Sunday and a Toronto Burke, who is the activists who started the hashtag metoo movement, everybody Chuck Todd, and she said, and I was watching with my husband. And I remember thinking that what she said was so interesting because she said, quote, when we say believe survivors, it's not believe them without investigation. This is her words believe them with investigation. Can we start with the premise that people do not often lie about the pain and trauma of sexual violence? We start with that premise that we believe that it's true then you can have an investigation. So she's also not saying believe survivors. This is her quote. It's not believe them without investigation. Leave them without interrogation. There's a lot of gray in this issue with a lot of this. And I do think that I believe in the constitution, it I believe in due process, and I do believe in the presumption of innocence over guilt and what's being brought into play here is the presumption that I need to believe guilty over innocence which something is protected by the constitution. Also. This this woman, she, she has an orange horse in the race and her orange horse has been. Accused credibly by at least seventeen women. This is also the same woman that in the midst of what happened to Puerto Rico ward jacket that said, I really don't care, do you. So when she threw down that gauntlet, I've decided not to care about anything. She says from now on what she wears. Topic that needs to be discussed and with everything you just said, but she is not the woman to say anything to me or any other about me. Black lives matter missing to her about anything. She has to say answers that question, I think in the interview about why she wore that Jag don't care. Do you.

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