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The Preposterous Bipartisan Plan of Sending $40 Billion to Ukraine

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | 16 hrs ago

The Preposterous Bipartisan Plan of Sending $40 Billion to Ukraine

"But I want to start with the story that is now kind of developed over the last weekend, which is why our leaders are trying to send another $40 billion to Ukraine. Now, this is something that we deserve answers to for very obvious reasons, not just because we don't know what success looks like in Ukraine. No one has actually told us that. They say, well, you know, it's to help zelensky and his government fight against Russia, okay? Well, where exactly are those $40 billion going to be deployed? And why is that the urgent need or why is that the urgent project of the federal government? Now, this passed through the House of Representatives with near unanimous consent, the Republicans had some opposition, but very little. It is a bipartisan agreement that we should continue to meddle further and deep into the affairs of other countries. So $40 billion, even though Joe Biden only asked for 33 billion dollars, which will further antagonize Russia and get us closer to a war. In fact, steny Hoyer said, we're in a war last week, said it very clearly and plainly that we are in a war. He said, in a time of war, why are we attacking Joe Biden? And so while our western inheritance is alarmingly vanishing in front of us, we have to be lectured by our leaders why we have to go spend and send $40 billion to a far off and distant

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Democrats Come to Grips With Looming Election Reform Defeat

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Democrats Come to Grips With Looming Election Reform Defeat

"There's a really interesting new snippet from Politico. They do a daily deal called playbook, most of it is garbage to be honest. It's kind of gossip. It is the closest thing that has been created in D.C. to kind of page 6 of politics, not to say that it's poorly sourced, but it's kind of gossipy. It's one off sources and people read it like that, but this one was super interesting. It says this that, and this actually cites a New York Times article from Katie edmondson. That's a good Swedish name. With the latest state of play and Sarah faris and Marie Marianne Levine and Nancy vu. My goodness, a lot of authors of that article. Democrats are starting to come to grips with the quote looming election reform defeat and quote grapple openly grappling. With what to tell their voters when they come up short. Frontline House Democrats eager to boost their prospects in November are urging their party leadership to break up build back better into a series of votes on popular planks. Even if that means giving up one grand Bill, even if those bills have no shot of becoming law. But Washington posts Mariana Sotomayor reports that leadership has been cool to this idea so far. While some front liners want to focus more on selling the infrastructure law and other accomplishments, steny Hoyer says, quote, the tension was surfaced in a meeting earlier this month. And the second highest ranking member of their caucus. Susan wild from Pennsylvania says I don't care. Telling Hoyer that House Democrats should spend the year sending bills to the Senate with the hope of bipartisan deals that could be reached on issues important to a broad range of voters. These Democrats are talking more like Japanese kamikaze pilots than

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Julie Kelly Describes Jan. 6 Incident D.C. Police Are Covering Up

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Julie Kelly Describes Jan. 6 Incident D.C. Police Are Covering Up

"In one instance two D.C. police officers one supervisor attacked a woman named Victoria white who I interviewed twice and wrote about her last month D.C. supervisor takes his baton and strikes her on top of her head At least 13 times with a baton Now this is a small woman who is trapped in this tunnel She can not get out He then throws his baton aside and punches her directly in the face 5 times You then see her face is bloodied You see another officer with a woman who has fallen down and can not get out of this tunnel He stomps on the top of her head These are the kind of police brutality that was happening in this tunnel against women This is also the location Mark where Roseanne boyland a 34 year old woman from Georgia Trump's supporter died D.C. coroner said she died of an accidental drug overdose but she was in this tunnel She was overrun by the mob of both police and protesters We're not sure yet There is looks like some evidence that she also was beaten by a female D.C. police officer in that tunnel But she's lying face off dead in front of this tunnel And is then dragged back into the building by police officers including celebrity police officer Harry Dunn and officer aquilino but now who take her body and keep it near steny Hoyer's office until paramedics arrive She's pronounced dead at 6 O 9 There is a very good chance and this is why they don't want the video

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House passes $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 6 months ago

House passes $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill

"Biting a legislative win by approving the one trillion dollar traditional infrastructure package the yeas are two hundred twenty eight and the nays are two hundred and six late night passage of a bill to improve the nation's roads bridges and other public works projects ends a lengthy stalemate within the Democratic Party in Congress Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says infrastructure upgrades bring many benefits to millions of good jobs here in our country and it will make significant significant investments in promoting the deployment of clean energy technologies Tuesday's election losses for Democrats spark new pressure to deliver some meaningful legislation they'll try later this month to vote on president Biden's one point eight five trillion dollar social spending bill despite GOP opposition listen to what the voters of Virginia says stop the massive manages magic spirochete this general that's house minority whip Steve Scalise Jackie Quinn

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Pelosi Is Planning a Going Away Party With Your Money

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:42 min | 8 months ago

Pelosi Is Planning a Going Away Party With Your Money

"Big story of this week in washington. Nancy pelosi is trying to spend not only your money and your kids money. Trying to spend your grandchildren's money and your great grandchildren's money three and a half trillion dollars. And she said she intimated she'd settle for two and a half join or two trillion over. We haven't got it. It'd be the most inflationary destructive expansion of the welfare state destroying incentives of work destroying family structures. She's on a rampage because she's questioned a lame duck. She's out of here and she wants a big going away party with your money. She just wants a boy. Didn't she. get something big done. Same thing joe biden. These legacy hunters are destroying our legacy to our kids by eating up. One thing they're doing is raising stepped up basis erasing stepped up basis. So few saved your whole life. You paid off your house. You happen to live in new york or california or florida. Someplace for houses appreciated. You did it the old fashioned way you paid off your student loans you bought about house you paid it off it's appreciated value you've saved money and your 401k. Nancy pelosi wants to take your money and the long relied upon rule. That when you die your house goes to your kids and they can sell it tax. Free that rules go away. It's called stepped up basis. Shame with a small business. They want to rewrite the tax code in the united states in the dark in a committee that you have no idea about run by an old acquaintance of mine jim mcgovern the most liberal effective member of the house. You'll probably be the speaker. I think he'll jump hoyer become the speaker. And that's unless kevin mccarthy wins and we should win. But i'm well. That's the big story of the week

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Here Are The Upcoming Senate Deadlines for September 2021

Axios Today

02:01 min | 8 months ago

Here Are The Upcoming Senate Deadlines for September 2021

"Today. The senate is back from recess. And september is full of deadlines actually congressional reporter. Elena trine is here with three. You need to know about good morning elena. Good morning lila. Thanks for having me. Thanks for being here. The first is september fifteenth. Can you tell us what that's about. That is the quote unquote soft deadline for the democrat. Ron committees to finish drafting their sections of the parties. Massive three point five trillion spending bill. I say three point five trillion. It may not look like that after it's negotiated as of now. It doesn't look like though actually meet that deadline but that's kind of the ambitious goal that they're working toward okay. So that's this wednesday. The next deadline is september. Twenty seventh and that has to do with infrastructure. Not the budget right. Yes the that is the deadline. That house speaker. Nancy pelosi had promised centrists that they would have a vote on the one point. Two trillion. Bipartisan infrastructure. Deal the house has been waiting to take it up similar to the fifteenth deadline. I'll be surprised if they're able to to pass that. Massive three point five trillion package by september. Twenty seven senna. Mark warner is also warning that he might vote against the three point five trillion spending package more money is an added for housing assistance. My colleague hans nichols scooped. This is just another indication that the proposal will face a variety of obstacles before the house and senate can agree to a top line number now. September thirtieth deadline is deadline. Congress has to me. Can you tell us why yes. They don't meet their deadline. Of september thirtieth the government will will shut down so essentially. The government runs out of money by september thirtieth and house. Speaker nancy pelosi and majority leader. Steny hoyer said that the house is expected to consider short term spending bill or or what they call in congress a continuing resolution. We're hearing that. It will likely extend through december but that could change as

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How Cam Newton, Mac Jones Fared in Patriots-Giants Preseason Game

First Take

01:11 min | 9 months ago

How Cam Newton, Mac Jones Fared in Patriots-Giants Preseason Game

"Just a little bit even with the preseason. Officially the books last night's win over the giants was his yet to name. These starting quarterback for the patriots. Hippies miami we want now all signs point to cam. Newton started every preseason game pot. Mack jones overall really nice progress completing thirty six hundred fifty rose. Three hundred eighty nine yards and a touchdown in the preseason so bill what do you think ahead two regular season games. Have you made a decision on who will start at quarterback in the regular season. Yeah no we. We still have a lot of decisions. You think you've played well enough to be a starter of. I mean i've done a lot of opportunities to play in. I can improve on everything. I want to improve on. So i think. Just learning. From hoyer. Cam jared anybody. I can just listening to josh. And his coaching. There's a lot of work to do but I think i've made progress but honestly just the only thing that matters is today Tomorrow focus on tomorrow. But i think the past is the past and we're kind of moving onto the new new season here okay. He has the right mindset but check

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House Leaders Scrap Plans for Budget Vote; Will Try Again Later

Squawk Pod

01:58 min | 9 months ago

House Leaders Scrap Plans for Budget Vote; Will Try Again Later

"Deal. No vote overnight. Here's the video of nancy. Pelosi leaving the house of representatives. They broke up just about twelve thirty last night. Pelosi on the phone with leader hoyer said a few words to the reporters who are gathered waiting for a verdict on. This bipartisan infrastructure. Bill on where all this going. You're discussing the struggle need amendable. Here's what we know as of right. Now they did not get that deal last night. Negotiations as i say broke up after about twelve thirty. Am now there are reports of a possible deal here which would involve a date certain for the infrastructure bill in exchange for a vote on the budget. All three bills here are tied together. The budget resolution. The bipartisan infrastructure. Bill and remember the john. Lewis voting rights bill. The house now convenes at twelve. Pm eastern time today so. Here's the political dilemma. That nancy pelosi faces and she wasn't able to resolve last night. The moderates wanna move forward with this bipartisan infrastructure. Deal that passed overwhelmingly in the senate should pass overwhelmingly in the houses. Well there should be republican votes for that. That's a trillion plus dollars. Moderate democrats want to take that deal off the table and put it in the bank right away. Some of the progressives in nancy pelosi say. Wait a second. We've got this additional three point five trillion dollar bill. We want that. We're not going to give you the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill until we get that process moving on the three point five trillion which they say important for what you call sort of human capital as well as the physical infrastructure piece of all of this. So that's the struggle. that pelosi has remember. She has a very narrow majority in the house of representatives. She's going to need just about every single democrat on the table to come together for this deal but as of right now she doesn't have nearly enough to get this thing done. And so the question is. What is nancy pelosi going to do. We'll know more by noon

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Senate Passes $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

KIRO Nights

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Senate Passes $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

"The Cairo radio, AB roads, bridges and airports were big winners in the U. S Senate today. CBS is Kris Van Cleave explains. The Senate overwhelmingly passed a landmark $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill. Major win for President Biden. This bill we prove that we can still come together to do big things important things. The compromise package took months to craft and will fund traditional infrastructure projects like roads, bridges, airports, waterways and further deployment of broadband service winning over 19 Republicans. Majority leader Steny Hoyer says the House members will return from recess August 23rd to begin consideration of the Senate Democrats budget

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"hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

54:12 min | 11 months ago

"hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Our our cortisol and our melatonin don't just spike up and go down unless we have something some artificial input. That makes it do that. Because it's usually following the pattern with the sun. You know the cortisol goes up during the day and then goes down in. The melatonin goes up at night when the light goes away. And so we have a much more gradual response in nature versus we can just flip on a light and all of a sudden boom. It's there and then you're you. Halt that melatonin production. You have a stress response. The cortisol goes up. And then you don't sleep as well that night or takes a lot longer to fall asleep. And i'm sure you've experienced that. Oh my god yeah. It's it's undeniable especially after a few years of having only you know amber colored bulbs in the house at night and using the various blockers and things like that. i mean. now we're in this apartment that we're renting and actually travel with incandescent light bulbs just the first thing i do in any hotel airbnb. I mean it's it's not but it's just it's like once you get used to warm non-flickering light the other. Those those really bright white aka blue led lights like hurts me. Yeah i can't stand us. The first thing of this apartment was growing. Switch them all out but there are a couple of the ones are there like built into the fixture and you can't change your yeah so Being you know having some ingenuity and me i i went on amazon and i bought some of those Gels like those amber colored gels like in the refrigerator apart and all the ones that are unchangeable and just put a film over them. While i'm in there it's a it's a journey but it really does little things do add up and I think it's really cool that you added the light. Peace to your work because you had just started. I think you had. You're one of the first little meters you had that. Tested the the flicker rate and the temperature of the light. And i feel like you had a more sophisticated one this time. Yeah and that's kind of become part of your enough protocol. Then yeah so we you know we had general recommendations like most people do in the biohacking community about a blue light and everything but Not not many people. Were talking. About flicker until i started testing it like three or four years ago and and now like every like a lot. More people are talking about flicker since we started testing that people's houses and then people go on the forums and all the different directions. And ask questions about flicker and then it becomes something more prominent in the community in our wellness community to talk about and so what we like to make the assessments that we do as experiential as possible and light is a really great way to convince people were skeptical that that ems problem or or caused biological harm or effective physiologically in any way. Because it's something you can see. It's something that we you can show them on on a meter. What an led looks like versus a fluorescent light. And you can ask people questions about. Have you ever heard about somebody getting headaches being under fluorescent lights or being working in an office all day under the really bright cool blue lights and most people have personal experience or they could say yeah. You know. i don't feel good. I get headaches. When i'm under that or is get tired or whatever and you know. There's even. Harvard studies that talk about blue light being problematic for You know not getting adequate sleep. And and lowering your melatonin production at night so could point to all those studies. Light is much more accepted Type of ems where it has a a non thermal and non ionizing physiological effect on the body. And that's the type of electromagnetic frequency and if you can get people to understand that it doesn't have to be a thermal Affect that damages the body and it doesn't have to be an ionizing effect that can that can damage the body or cause a you know. Abnormal physio physiological response. Then would it be possible that an electric field could do that. Which is another type of. Emf we test for from all the wiring in the walls. Would it be possible that a magnetic field could have a biological response on the body. Since your body is full of minerals that all have a relationship with magnetism were there either. Aligning with the magnetic field or disciplining from it and if every mineral in your body has a relationship with magnetism could it be possible that these pulsating magnetic fields that are pulsing a sixty hertz are affecting your cells and causing them to be to abnormally respond. When you're around those types of fields and most people you just think about it from that perspective and like yeah well if we've never had those before of course that can that can be affecting the body if all the minerals inside of us. I mean we have iron in our blood and you can actually. If you have strong enough magnet you can move blood around with a magnet and and you know when you think about it like that. It's like of course that can have physiological response if you're moving blood around and you know there's there's a lot of studies in the indian tradition that talk about the direction of your head. That's something we were talking about it at your space. To as when your head is facing south or east you're less likely for the for the iron and the medals in your body to accumulate in the head but if you're facing north or west. It's more likely for that to happen. Because the magnetism of of the of the earth is going in a certain direction and there's iron or other metals that can accumulate in your head if you have your head facing bombed about as told you the other day because of the layout of my room is perfectly situated for the bed to be at the north. I'm just like god. I had it all planned out. Where the furniture is gonna go. I don't know. I'm like i'm almost willing to take the hit just for aesthetics and the famous wave flow of like how you can easily get to the bed from both sides but yeah things like that are so subtle and i think in many ways i lost our in our culture and we think of these things is is just some superstition. As part of the chinese medicine system or veda or finish way and it's like If if these things were around for thousands of years and they had no effect on people's lives they wouldn't have lasted because think about all of the things that were just empty superstition. That have gone by the wayside because people noticed i dunno. It doesn't really make a difference. Yup so there's gotta be unfortunately for me something to it So with the late another interesting thing about the light. In addition to the flicked or flicker and the spectrum of color in the light is the placement of where the light is emanating from. And i never thought about this until i interviewed Alexander wound choose. Maybe the foremost experts on all light all things late in the world. Forget the episode number will put it in the show notes but he was explaining to me. How horrible it is to have like those can lights on the ceiling directly above you. And what's who cares like lights light as long as it's not flickering and it's the right temperature for the right time of day and he said no. The reason why it goes back to that ancestral piece is that there's maybe like one day a year where the sun is directly overhead. And it's only there for thirty minutes or something right like natural late meaning sunlight. It's only natural. Etiquettes beside star lightermen like The the it never existed nature. That is like right above your head so you know. I don't know what that does to you but again going back to How can we try to recreate natural environment. Dot would be something to is like the placement of those lights the placement of the lights and that was something that you know. I had thought about when you talk to me about that the other day. But that's such a good point and then one one thing that i've discovered with testing with the new light meter that we have. Which is it goes from. Three eighty nanometers. All the way up to one thousand fifty nanometers. So we get into the near infrared range and we go all the way down to like basically the top of the uv range. So you can see kind of something has you or not and But with with those lights went one thing that's interesting. Is you know what you paint your walls. What color you paint. Your walls also has an effect if you're a reflecting If you have artificial lights in your house and you have yellow walls. That yellow is actually going to filter out a lot of the blue light that is reflecting off of the wall itself Interesting so like so like you know. There's this whole kind of untapped. Maybe it's an art of. How do we create a more ancestral home. Something that matches outside more bringing in pallets that you see outside and bringing them inside and seasonality and everything so the paint on your walls can have a huge effect on your circadian rhythm as well because it's come through the lights reflecting off of a white wall for instance you know white walls. I actually liked because if you have a lot of windows you're bringing in that natural light in its in its reflecting away reflecting around the room all of the natural light and You know but then also black is nice in in places where you don't want a lot of life and We were talking. We were joking around at the beginning About the shielded room and how. It's like this like pitch black paint. There's actually a video on youtube of this guy who paints a room with like the darkest paint The darkest paint that's available and you go in there and he has a light bulb in there before he paints it and you can see everything but then you like. He has one life in there. And everything's painted black and And then as soon as you cover up the the light bulb with with anything. The whole room is dark because the black is just absorbing all the light. It's like this really bizarre experiment that he did and he did another another video where he painted it. All like the brightest white pillar and it was totally different. So it's it's interesting just just going and watching those videos to understand a little more about how light works. We think that we know a lot about it. But when you start to do these experiments and and ask questions like what is the natural spectrum outside and you can look at it and see it with a meter and then try to match inside you just realize how far off we are from from nature. You know there's nothing that's ever going to replace going outside and getting that type of late versus going inside but we try on these assessments to recommend the right types of bulbs for people so that they can. More closely mimic. What's outside now. I haven't gotten to the lighting in my place yet. 'cause there's places all torn apart but what are your current recommendations in terms of light bulbs i just use the thank god. You combine them in texas because it's a little less communist than california but because you can't buy incandescent bulbs they're on amazon. Sorry we don't ship to california figures God bless california but good riddance for that one So here. I ordered a ton of them but so in my house and i i suspect they have a little bit of green in them. I mean they're not like red color orange color. They're just mike. You know amber colored glass with an incandescent. And i just have those everywhere. And then in certain cases all use like a red incandescent bulb on a couple of lamps or something. When i know it's going to be really late at night. And i i don't want like any bluer. Any green In terms of flicker in color spectrum. Are there any innovations as anyone. Come up with like better lighting than that. Well there's actually quite a few Led bulbs that we do recommend and the ones that we recommend our flicker free they have. What's called a constant current driver in them and so there's one brand that they do sell on amazon called sunlight s. u. n. l. t. in their non-deductible orange yellow or red bulbs and they're they're led so they don't have the full spectrum of infrared. But you know at night. You don't really need your your Your full spectrum. Near-infrared therapy if you're just trying to block blue light and have some kind of light seeking get around and function a little bit before you go to bed so those are about like twenty to thirty nanometers wide but it starts off at. I think around six thirty nanometers and goes to like six fifty somewhere around there. So it's a little bit wider of a red light than like a photo by modulation device and led based photo. My bio modulation advice would be but it's It's blocking out all the blue. And so i like those actually when i travel because then you don't have to worry about the glass breaking on the incandescent bulbs yes. I've had issues with that. I've swept up quite a few hotel rooms. After dropping my bulbs trying to change the mouth. It really sucks when that happens when you just arrived in the room. And i'm like okay. I'm gonna get while we're while. I'm still awake after that arduous flight. I'm going to get all the lighting dialed in. And then i'm tired and then i'm like okay now. I have to look for shards of glass for the next two hours. Yeah yeah that's that's something. I ran into as well and and but pretty quickly i realized. Also that the incandescent bulbs they'll get really hot and you want them to be hot. So that the film it heats up. And it doesn't flicker as much but some some of these lower wattage bulbs that they sell that you that you can get even like orange colored ones or whatever the spectrum might be good but they actually flicker more. 'cause they're only like sixty watts or twenty five watts or whatever and on the on the we have one flicker meter that we use where you can actually hear the sound and it sounds about like a sixty hertz flicker so Right so it's the film. It does get hot enough in it. Cools down in between those pulses sixty. Hertz pulses wow. That's interesting so. I thought the incandescent bulbs like i'm good on the blue light. And the flicker. But they can still flicker Yeah they still. They still flicker. We recommend a hundred watts. Or more for any bulbs that you're going to be using or kind and that does make a brighter so usually we only recommending decibel during the daytime. Unless you're using something like the photon Bob that's two hundred fifty watts in. It's just it's got all the The blue light filtered out with the red stained glass. And then that's kind of like a portable fire that you can just plug into the wall. I love she'll asana space lights. I have one in our apartment right now. Just one of the little single lights. And i just keep it in the kitchen. And that's like my night late. And i'll just give myself a little red light therapy and it feels like you're just sitting at the beach. It some light. I frigging love. Those things okay. Well there's so much i want to cover. I don't wanna get off in the weeds too. Much here Okay so they do. Have these Flicker free orange and red. Led bulbs available now. What would you recommend for someone like myself. That has a bunch of these ceiling. Can lights put in. And that's what the lights which is go to you know if you want to fill the space if you found anything useful for those. I haven't got a very recommendation for that right now. The only floodlight i think. That's yeah can i. Yeah yeah the only daytime bulbs that were recommending right now. Arthis film grade Slicker free bulbs that are they are. Led's but They're they're called wave. Form lighting gotta wave form lighting dot com and actually don't delivered a california either. I think it's because of prop sixty five or some value. I mean i'm sure there's some not good reason for the various as an excuse to make our lives crappy. But one of my guys lives in in burbank. And he can't get him he's like can you send me loan as i don't want to get in trouble from california. So it's like you have to deliver them to err my friend in arizona and then they cross have email. Camp by there is Bike ozone generators like air filters that use ozone. Oh gosh yeah. Because i wanted to get one for my car and i went on to put it my car and is like aunt your block. So don't tell anyone amazon or legislation in california but i just shipped to my dad's and then he shipped to me So now i have oscillated kind of filtered air in the car So those are those are a good option for daytime lighting. When you actually do want bright light that keeps you awake and right. Yeah and what we would recommend his. You know between ten and two. Pm you can use those. I call task. Lighting really need some some bright light and you need to know what the colors are so a high cri a color rendering index light that Is flicker free you know. That's what those way form bulbs are and they also have this. They have under cabinet. Lighting and flicker free dimmers that can that can go with those as well and then we're looking into a few other companies that have circadian lighting but a lot of the companies that have circadian lighting have problems with flicker in and of themselves even if they're running off of dc so We're looking at some low voltage lighting systems right now and and trying to come up with a recommendation. I'm going to be actually assessing some of those Products and a demo kitten a few weeks. Here keep us posted on that. Yeah yeah for sure. That would be awesome The other thing is i used to think that like natural lighting was when you have a lot of windows in your house in your indoors. Would you explain what happens to light as it comes through glass. That makes it not natural anymore. Yeah sure so. Glass filters The light it filters out the uv felt out a lot of glass actually filters out the near-infrared wavelengths and you can measure this with a meter just by measuring through screen versus through the glass and ironically a lot of the the glass also box electromagnetic frequencies From like the wireless frequencies and everything as well because it's got a silver coating on it. So i didn't tell you this so surprise. There's a few windows in your bedroom that have low Glass in them and we want to use the shielding over real or curtains on them really. Yeah wow those frontlines right next to the door the door. Yeah it goes out to the pool. It it has. It doesn't have any Low e. in it but the those three windows there do and so i'm thinking if we just shield that one window we should get some pretty good results. Oh we gays or stuff and everything. I was actually shocked at how much the radiation levels went down without doing anything to the windows just from you guys painting doing the shielding painting. We went in there and it was. You know. I think it's on instagram. Somewhere in an it story but is e tv but we went outside and your meters thought. Red alert red alert. The numbers like through the roof. Step inside just on the other side of the glass door and it just goes to ten or something you know it was like almost non-existent you guys weren't been done yet was a very happy moment for me. Yeah yeah the that that paint is just incredible. The the way that it works. And you know we're really just sealing off everything and most of the radiation from the towers coming from above and kind of like the top half of your walls and we never recommend shielding like just one wall. There's a lot of professionals out there that do that and i just think that's a little bit irresponsible. To just recommend shielding one wall from from wireless because another tower. They're putting they're planning on putting up like a million more towers in the united states as their installing five g. like just in the next couple years and so you know chances are that if you end up just shielding one wall. You're gonna get one. That's that's transmitting from the other side. And reflecting back off your shield wall and going giving you a higher exposure and before and that's why we recommend to do the full shielding of the entire room Because we want to rule out. Emf as a problem. So you don't have to worry about it anymore. Yeah like now that you've got your room shielded. You can always feel like okay. You know the matter what's going on outside. I can always go back in and have this healing time for eight hours or more every night in my shielded space. And i'm golden. You know my body's repairing that damage of giving my body a break from all the wireless. The electric fields magnetic fields everything. I'm just going in here and letting my body detox get into that deep person but that estate in. That's that's your repair time. It's your recharge and repair time at night. And so many people probably ninety nine point nine nine nine nine nine. Don't have enough. Nines memorized like people. They don't have that time you know they are. They are just going out and twenty four seven bombardment. Even while they're sleeping in their body is this constantly on it there's this constant onslaught and you don't ever have time to just relax and that's why so. Many in our society are just really anxious. There's many reasons for that. And there's there's so many different types of toxins out there and things we have to worry about but just energetically there's this anxiousness this restlessness that we have and one of the number one things that people say when they to us when they After they've shielded room or they get in their bed canopy. Just they're just like man. It's so quiet it's still in here. I don't feel like restless anymore. There's just this piece about it. Yeah i could feel that walk in the room the other day. I mean there's no bed no furniture. There's no floors. For christ sakes. But i walked in there and it was like There's this i dunno. It's like it's like when you're out in the backyard rate and it seems quite you're out there relaxing and then someone turns off an air conditioner go. Oh shit. it's so quiet now. I didn't even realize it was on. It's that i think m. f. is that way it's just so ubiquitous and we just kind of tolerate it and put up with it and it's invisible obviously we can't see it or hear it tasted smell it so it's really something you have. No idea. is there until it's gone and then there really is a different energy and we experienced this when we go out in the woods somewhere or something right were. Yeah wherever you go in. your cell. Phone doesn't work that feeling and to be able to have that feeling in your house is like oh my god incredible So to to back up a little bit so cool that you added the late as a source of emf that you guys added that to your testing and also remediation. I think that's really smart The next one just maybe briefly. Because there's a bunch of stuff. I want to cover about like how you actually test for it and fix it. But run us through the other types of m. f. to sure yes so you know. Obviously the big one that people talk about a lot is the wireless radiation Coming from your wifi router. They're smart meters. That are electrical meters. That are pulsing on your house supposedly measuring your electrical consumption aka spying on you and And then you know the cordless phones cellphone towers radio towers television towers. All all those things wireless. That's another thing we measure in. You know there's multiple meters that we have to in order to delineate what's going on coming from the inside of the house versus the outside of the house. You can't get one meter that measures both very accurately after have multiple meters to be able to understand what's coming from outside what's coming from inside house interacting with your body as an antenna that sort of thing. So that's that's one type. That's very common. That people think about mainly when they think about think about why fi in their phone and that sort of thing and this is also all of the. And i hate this term because it's so in vastly incorrect but smart appliances yard technology as i've started to shop for appliances. Go into ferguson's the place where you get appliances heerden. So what are you looking for. Like nothing smart. And they're like really but you can talk to your washing machine. Exactly if i'm talking to my washing machine who's listening you know. Yes that's the paranoid side of me but just because paranoid doesn't mean they're not after me But no in all seriousness. You know every refrigerator stove. They're all omitting radio. These ring doorbells. I mean it's like a smart home if you really like had the money to dial it in to me is it's like a cancer pit. It's just the worst thing you could ever do. Especially for small kids and pets and stuff. Who have you know a more fragile biology than a grown adult. That's already kind of us to be in bombarded. What are some of the other main offenders when it comes to. Rfid people are inva- voluntarily bringing into the house like baby monitors of like those you have baby monitors or a big one The security systems. You know a lot of the things are convenience items even sonos the sound system. Erdal you know. I know you have had one of those and you. I think you figure out a way to disable the wifi point but like and they also make it extremely hard to disabled thing smart. Tv's you you know we've be. Our basic recommendation is to just get a device that you can basically unplug it with the push of a button because there's no way to turn that setting off even if you have it wired with ethernet cable oh really so you have to turn the power off to most of the devices and now they're even creating wi fi routers where you can't log in turn off the wi fi. It looks like it's off but when you test it with a meter it's still blasted and and you call spectrum or or whatever company is out there whatever they call themselves and And they they say they maybe they can turn it off remotely. Well you know. Sometimes we've had customers who do that and they say okay it's off and then we're they're testing and like no it's not off the signal still. They're they're like well. It's by my screen is telling me that it's off and it all that may be. Maybe it's not transmitting data. But it's still transmitting this wifi signal. That still damaging to the human body. 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I mean that was probably bad ass at the time right because everything 'cause then you can have your halo parties and your with their xbox like everything and all the different rooms we used to have a. Is there a friend who do that every saturday night. We'd we'd go there and we'd have halo lan parties like where you're you're playing video games all the different rooms and you have teams and everything but yeah. That was cool. I i still think it is cool. Maybe not come back. Yeah so. I was stoked to find that. But then i i guess i gotta get an av person in there that can get through that rats to wires but What i did in the i would run. Ethernet i think directly out of the router and then just turned the modem off to stop the wifi and then i would still have internet but not wifi is that do i have that right. The the modem and the router. I think you'd need the modem on to get the internet right and then you turn the wifi router right off. Yeah yes. That's what i. That's what i did at home. I just put the The route or portion of it on a timer and actually have it in an apartment now. Because some nights i i'm in bed and i'm like i forgot to turn off the router so now just goes off at eleven. Pm comes on at seven am. Yeah but I think that's something that people that aren't real techy get confused about. Is there like cool. I'll get rid of wifi. Whatever i can hardware my computer but it's understanding like which of those two devices which and then in a case like mine since there's seven rooms that have an ethernet port then you have to get like one of those little kind of junction boxes. I don't know what they're called but they have. You know ten ethernet plugs in them and then those would then go into the modem. Yeah right it would be a wired router or a switch right at wired. Routers that doesn't have the wireless kind of like a like an office computer networking setup a most right from day. Yeah yep Okay so the the rif. What do you think if someone okay if you're in your house and you just have to have wifi on when you're using your cell phone that's getting paying from multiple cell towers nearby so it's bringing in radiation into the house Already there but then you're also kind of your phone is omitting tremendous amount of of radiation. Is it better to just use your phone using wi fi and turn it in airplane mode if you want to have your phone near you and using it would that be like less overall radiation coming out of the device According to the equipment yes it would be but you also have to remember that Anything foreign is still going to stress and every individual is different in how they respond to these different frequencies as well so they're still even debate among a lot of emf researchers whether the intensity matters more than the frequency itself because there could be a really low frequency if it's the right frequency to cause biological harm to an individual it could affect that individual more than an intense frequent. See like just a few megahertz above that or or something like that so Intensity we all were always looking at that the intensity of the field but we're also looking at the frequency and the individual and it it still does damage no matter what but according to the meter. It's actually you know. I like if i have to be connected on my phone. I prefer to be connected to a wi fi network than depending on the data. Raise cell phone tower just because right. It's it's using more power to reach the tower like a few miles away. It's like you're saying versus a router. That's maybe one hundred feet or less away right. And i think you were telling me that when your phone has fewer bars that is actually worse because when i when i see my phone and has four bars i'm like oh my god i'm in such a shit load of. Emf right now but that's actually not as bad to have this right because your phone because there's a strong sell signal coming from a tower nearby. The phone doesn't have to work that hard and therefore does not emit as much radiation as it would with one bar where it's struggling to keep trying to connect right. Yeah you got that phone right next to you. It's got full bars. That's probably the best the best time to make a call or to to do work on the phone. Because you're not you have a full signal in your phone's not going to be working as hard to connect to the tower your batteries not gonna drain as much in that environment versus an environment where you hardly have any signal. Then your phone is going to be blasting a lot of signal but if you have full bars you also have to know that you're got probably surrounded by cellphone towers and if those are really close to you than they're they're definitely causing a problem you know so right It's it's like a loose situation in that talent. in that way. I mean the thing with this. And i noticed you like you're passionate about this but you also are kind of light hearted about it and i just want to say before i forget and i'll probably mention this when i record the intro later that i think that it's did double if not more harmful to be paranoid about. Emf around you that you can't do shit about really most of the time then to just like build an intelligent awareness and strategically over time start to make some lifestyle choices and give up a few of those little conveniences like being able to talk to your stove or something But i know that. I've verge on the side of neurosis with it because i have a trauma of acute exposure that you're aware of and i'm sure the audience is severe in about So when i see a cell tower my initial response is like oh my god brain cancer. You know like the first hot. And i'm like dry faster. Get past it. But then i realized okay now. I'm eliciting this. You know sympathetic. Nervous system fighter flight response probably just had a spike in adrenaline cortisol. Just because of that one minute thought so. It's like it's one of those things where i think we have to approach it with. What's the word like surrendered action ray. Where you you're relaxed about it and you just take logical steps whenever possible. But you can't be. I don't think if you really want to have health and vitality so relaxed you just put your head in the sand and pretend like this isn't a major issue either. That's what a lot of people do. they'll either put their head in the sand about it. Don't wanna hear about it or they'll you know they'll they'll think it's not an issue in just completely ignore it because the traditional science which apparently is always correct about everything science science we see on tv. And it's you know. Historically conventional wisdom has always been turned on its head. It seems like throughout history and with m. s. It's no different. You know the the doctor mccoll book. After which i helped consult on that book. He he goes through the history of the debate. The tobacco industry. And how like. It used to be healthy to smoke. Cigarettes and doctors were recommending. He saw those ads. Were doctors like i smoke marlborough or camel or whatever it is you know and And then later on almost no no well actually. They cause cancer you know. Well that's where we're at right now. I think with this whole. Ems topic is. We've gone too far. There's so much money so much more money in this than than in big pharma and big telecom In big tech than in big pharma than big tobacco it's it's like mind-blowing how much it's like trillions and trillions of dollars every year that are made in that industry and so there's a big special interest in in subverting a lot of the studies and the research on this topic but that hasn't stopped scientists from doing the research. We have people like doctor martin. Paul we have you know. The by initiative report like funders and thousands of journals that are showing biological action You know because of different electromagnetic frequencies and you know we've you tend to focus on the wireless but there's other things inside your house that are eliciting the same inflammatory response that we're not even thinking about and so you know we've we've we keep going back to that question. Okay list all the mess we've gotten through. I think what two of them were our hour and we've covered too so okay. That's a good q. Actually so so that our the radio frequencies the it's non ionizing radiation right. And that's all the wireless stuff that we're talking about. Yes so to give people a bit of a takeaway like make life a little less convenient and just get rid of as much of that stuff as you can. Put your wifi router on a timer. If you have to have it. I found something actually online. I put in the ems course documents In a link to that course. And hopefully this thing if i remember Found on e. It's just it's like a remote controlled. It turns off a power strip basically but they call it a wifi. Kill switch. Awesome like then. That's even better than having timer because one night. Maybe i go to bed at ten. And i'm you know i'm in that field for an extra hour because the timer was set for eleven or i sleep banner vice versa so i kinda like on your nightstand. Like boop turned off the router I have my my defender shield case on my phone so at least from holding the phone you know eighteen inches from my freak and brain and on speakerphone which i never put it next to my obviously Probably a noise a lot of people out in public but then again. I don't talk on the phone a lot. At least then the field coming straight at. My head is minimized right. I think it's like ninety nine percent. They're still radiation coming out of the back of it but if you face it toward yourself that's one more little thing you know. I have the Defender shield thing under my laptop. I have you know little tools that that make a little bit of a difference. So that i can still be in the world like a normal person. Yeah in its little habit. Changes like that. That are cumulative. It adds up over time if you're doing that every day for fifteen twenty years like using laptop without the defender's shield then you're exposing yourself to you know like like say you work on the laptop four hours a day. That's four hours where you've got that on on your body for fifteen years every every day is that going to have a biological effect. Maybe maybe not. But i mean what's what's the big deal about putting a little shield there to prevent something from happening you know actually like mine. It's re- it's much bigger than my thirteen inch mac book and so and it has a little It's really cool to new one. It has a little pole where the track pat is. But then it has covers for your wrist in your hands like the only time your fingers and hands are getting fried or the fingers on the keyboard and then when you're touching the mouse but like where your wrist or setting all shielded. It's pretty cool. And it's it's big and clunky but it makes a nice little kind of a lap stand for your laptop actually just even if it wasn't shielding i would use it because it's just more convenient in terms of just working around the house right. Yeah there was something else. I want to ask you before we move on from our f you talked about how shielding just one wall of a room could be problematic because of this ricochet effect right. We there's a cell phone tower. We know on the west side of this room. So we're gonna she'll the west side of the room but then we don't know that there's a bunch of neighbors wi fi routers and there's a smart meter coming from the neighbor's house and they just put up a new five g. Tower down the street on the east right. So it's going to come in and bounce around and ricochet and actually Exacerbate the problem. I've always wondered with m. f. shielded clothing if that's an issue like i wear my either like my lambs are my leila tech beanie when i sleep every night because it also works as an eye mask for light When i drive around downtown austin in the five g. cesspool it is I put on my. Mfa kaplan of driving around. It's just a habit. I'm not like being paranoid. Just sitting there and throw it on but i've always wondered in my lambs underwear wearing right now but i've always wondered if our f signals like say come in under my baseball cap that shielded and buying buying buying and get stuck in there and bounce around or do you think it's still better because it's at least not. It's kind of rick. Shane away from my body. Mostly do you have a theory or any testing on that. Yeah i've testing and some kind of series that i that i've bounced around bounced around ironically a lot But the i think really the main thing with emf clothing. I'm not so concerned about the ricocheting bouncing around inside. I don't think that happens too much But what i am concerned about. Is that when you're putting metal close to your body and how like the size of the shielded clothing can actually cause a resonance phenomenon to happen. And so if the frequencies you're being exposed to happen to be the same wavelength as the threads in your clothing than the clothing will start to resonate at a post frequency of frequency out a certain distance. And so it really depends on the environment where you'll see the net benefit of the shielded clothing. And that's why a lot of people who are elector hypersensitive Some some will be like a half to use my shielded clothing. It works when i go to the store. When a go this place and then others will be like you know what. I can't wear it because it makes me feel sick and it's totally. That tells me that it's totally dependent upon the environment. That the person's in not necessarily that it's good or bad. It's just that you know the the clothing or whatever it is. You're using if if the if it's environment where there's a where there's like. A fm radio station is is the big big one that has an effect on shielded clothing then that's gonna make it resonates sometimes as much as a foot to two feet out with resonance phenomenon when you're wearing clod nuance so annoying. Like the physics of this stuff is really irritating so okay so say you've got a great product like lambs who i don't think they haven't in a while but they ran some ads on my show. I literally where their underwear every day. I'm happy to promote them. And i looked at their testing before promoted them. Like all right. Have you guys taken this into lab and a fair day cage. Like tested for real. What percentage of our f- does it blog. It's ninety nine point nine. Nine percent of our f- great cool. I've seen the lab reports the whole thing Same with the leila tech. They make the hat. And the t shirt and i said when they reached out to me or i was introduced. I said world. Send me your lab results. Like what's the percentage of blocking the cetera So you think when you hear something like that. I'm good to go 'cause like you could put your cell phone inside my underwear and call it. It won't work like it's blocked technically. That's what you want. But you're saying is there are other other waves of frequencies that would then hit the metallic material and act as an antenna in the same way. When i was a little kid in the seventies if your tv wasn't getting reception you would like at big pieces of tin foil to the antenna to create more surface area of metal. Yeah to bring in that. Rif or even bring your hand close to the antenna year. -ception would start to get better. That's because your body has act like an antenna in it's resonating with those frequencies and and Transmitting retransmitting the frequency out a certain distance. And so as your hand got closer. It was actually retransmitting. Moorefield strength toward the metallic antenna Wow and so were. Our bodies are walking. Antennas walking around around everywhere. And i think it's really important for us to understand when we're looking at Emf shielding devices or a lotta claims that people are making when they're out there A lot of the testings done in a lab and it and it needs to be done that way. that's one baseline one way that we can study. How effective something is. But we don't live in a faraday cage we don't live in a lab we have all these frequencies that are going in all different directions interacting with one another. And so that's just something important to be thinking about you know and and probably wearing shield clothing in a low. Emf environment is probably a net benefit. Especially if you have your own device that's it's blocking the bulk of that frequency close to your body right right so like if you're a guy and you have know a cell phone in your pocket and you have to leave it off airplane mode because it's an emergency call situation Then the radiation coming from that phone on your yards is going to be protected because there's a layer of that metallic shielding fabric in between your phone and said cards right. Or if you're going to your friend's house and and they're you know you know you know that every time you go there you start to feel sick because their wifi routers right next to the couch. And then you wear your. What's that no choice. Yes i've forgotten to give them a shout out. Thank you. I was onto the you know the things i'm wearing right now. Yes yeah that's probably a better thing than sitting next to the wifi router the whole time or you know whatever so right it becomes important to be able to measure it in. Take some kind of Our meter with you when you're traveling to understand okay. Is this type of environment. Where i should wear the clothing or is it going to actually cause more problems and usually you know you. Can you know most of us now have routines where we know where we go throughout the week. You know and when we're traveling maybe it's gonna be better to be fully shielded in something like that. Because of the frequencies right i saw i saw you using using that full body suit and also greenfield doing it. Oh really oh in. His travels on the airplane. I think that's a great time to do it when you're traveling on an airplane and different things because people's phones are all around. You got like like hundreds of phones sis arbor. Everyone's on their phone. Nobody's looking at each other anymore. They're just gross. And what their mask on. And they're looking at this blue screen you know over there for and so you know you've got all of this stuff going on and you know to block all of that. I mean the towers are kind of pretty far away from the airport. So as to not interfere with the the radar and the radar from the plains is actually not doesn't resonate very much with with the clothing and that sort of thing. So i think traveling with it actually makes good. I'm glad because the no choice thing that you're describing for those listening Is a metallic hoodie. That that zips up all the way over your face leg literally your faces covered but you can still see through it. I mean you couldn't read a book but you can walk around. And that's what i use when i travel when they bust chops about wearing a mask on like they want they don't even ask me. I go through with my ticket to get on the plane and you look at look at me. Like an alien. Just walked up in there. So dumbfounded by the weirdness of it that they don't even like hassle me whereas if i had a bandanna on Sure you need a surgical mask for a ninety nine percent. Survival rate thing that isn't even real but anyway i have nothing on and And people are just totally dismayed and they just don't say anything. I keep waiting to get on a plane with that and having them be like. That's not a good enough mask but my suspicion is that they think i'm super paranoid and it's like an ultra mask. I don't. I'm not worried at all about a virus at all at all of any type Because they're just natural and it's just part of being human in. There's something called an immune system. But if i have that thing on it i think they think that i'm like following the rules. Extra good you and even in the plane like all zip it down to look at my phone or something for a minute or eat some food and then i put it back up and actually wanna wear the no choice Full head hoodie thing. It's just hilarious. Yeah with some of the stuff you you just have to have fun with it. Otherwise it becomes too depressing Okay that's really good information about all of that so you're not you don't personally wear any shielded clothing. I've noticed at least i haven't seen her underwear but you wanna see no when the cameras are. Yeah no. I don't personally i've had a lot of people. Send me stuff to try out. And i test it and Typically you know the place where i live. I don't need to. I mean. I do quite a bit of traveling in i. You know i probably will end up. You know some day. End up testing things and coming up with the idea. Layering that i that i want but for now i just kind of feel like without testing it. I just just needed Continued to live normally. Wear anything special just in case you something because that antenna affect really does is something that i have measured in a. I don't feel completely comfortable with recommending shielded clothing at this point personally but i can see you know. I can see the testing that i've done and the environment that i've Taken all equipment to tested with pieces of shielding fabric which is basically what she'll clothing is right. Yeah so we recommend shielding fabric for windows curtains and now we have a seamstress that both these custom canopies for our customers or those canopies commercially available. Now i remember you were working on that. We're still working on Getting a place where we can ramp up production. Okay but right. Now we're only offer them to customers who've had a full house okay and that's a canopy that in lieu of shielding your whole bedroom. You would just put this shielding fabric canopy over your head and right like a faraday bed basically and so. We've got this organic cotton and silver shielding fabric. It's only organic shooting fabric. That i think is on the market right now actually but That's what we used to make the the bed. Canopy in the in curtains for for our customers Is that the same fabric that you sent me a couple years back that i was. Yeah yeah that one. The one i sent you was before it was organic source like a got certified organic cop sweet. Yeah that fabric is actually really nice to it. Looks kind of like a gauze like it would be great sheer curtain for people. Imagine just on its own. You would never even know and it's also very thin so it's easy to have sewn onto like a backing of a thicker fabric that you do in the case of sewing it onto your existing curtains or something right. Yeah and we have a sheer one now. We also have a more opaque version of call as well. That's a little bit. Higher shielding effectiveness cool. Okay awesome Let's see here how we doing time. I hopefully good. I think we have some kind of a time limit here today. But i guess i'll find out when they bust on the door and turn off the mics Okay so that's a pretty good dive on. Rf on the light Let's briefly talk about electric fields. Andrew trysofi in there and then magnetic fields sure. Yeah so electric fields or something that a lot of people don't think about when it comes to electromagnetic frequencies and fields Because you're just thinking about wifi. What's traveling through the area. Your phone that sort of thing but as you know there's all there's wiring and everyone's house and are these. Electric fields is voltage. Is that come off of the walls. Because all of our homes are made with the wiring that is romance and its unshielded wiring and so the walls have minerals in them and semiconductor materials in the paint and the voltage will spread throughout the entire like florida's.

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"When it comes to Choosing to not have wifi. Which i'm going to do. Is you know. Thank god. This house was built in two thousand one. So it's all wired for ethernet in every room was like god. Thank god these guys. Were forward thinkers. I mean that was probably bad ass at the time right because everything 'cause then you can have your halo parties and your with their xbox like everything and all the different rooms we used to have a. Is there a friend who do that every saturday night. We'd we'd go there and we'd have halo lan parties like where you're you're playing video games all the different rooms and you have teams and everything but yeah. That was cool. I i still think it is cool. Maybe not come back. Yeah so. I was stoked to find that. But then i i guess i gotta get an av person in there that can get through that rats to wires but What i did in the i would run. Ethernet i think directly out of the router and then just turned the modem off to stop the wifi and then i would still have internet but not wifi is that do i have that right. The the modem and the router. I think you'd need the modem on to get the internet right and then you turn the wifi router right off. Yeah yes. That's what i. That's what i did at home. I just put the The route or portion of it on a timer and actually have it in an apartment now. Because some nights i i'm in bed and i'm like i forgot to turn off the router so now just goes off at eleven. Pm comes on at seven am. Yeah but I think that's something that people that aren't real techy get confused about. Is there like cool. I'll get rid of wifi. Whatever i can hardware my computer but it's understanding like which of those two devices which and then in a case like mine since there's seven rooms that have an ethernet port then you have to get like one of those little kind of junction boxes. I don't know what they're called but they have. You know ten ethernet plugs in them and then those would then go into the modem. Yeah right it would be a wired router or a switch right at wired. Routers that doesn't have the wireless kind of like a like an office computer networking setup a most right from day. Yeah yep Okay so the the rif. What do you think if someone okay if you're in your house and you just have to have wifi on when you're using your cell phone that's getting paying from multiple cell towers nearby so it's bringing in radiation into the house Already there but then you're also kind of your phone is omitting tremendous amount of of radiation. Is it better to just use your phone using wi fi and turn it in airplane mode if you want to have your phone near you and using it would that be like less overall radiation coming out of the device According to the equipment yes it would be but you also have to remember that Anything foreign is still going to stress and every individual is different in how they respond to these different frequencies as well so they're still even debate among a lot of emf researchers whether the intensity matters more than the frequency itself because there could be a really low frequency if it's the right frequency to cause biological harm to an individual it could affect that individual more than an intense frequent. See like just a few megahertz above that or or something like that so Intensity we all were always looking at that the intensity of the field but we're also looking at the frequency and the individual and it it still does damage no matter what but according to the meter. It's actually you know. I like if i have to be connected on my phone. I prefer to be connected to a wi fi network than depending on the data. Raise cell phone tower just because right. It's it's using more power to reach the tower like a few miles away. It's like you're saying versus a router. That's maybe one hundred feet or less away right. And i think you were telling me that when your phone has fewer bars that is actually worse because when i when i see my phone and has four bars i'm like oh my god i'm in such a shit load of. Emf right now but that's actually not as bad to have this right because your phone because there's a strong sell signal coming from a tower nearby. The phone doesn't have to work that hard and therefore does not emit as much radiation as it would with one bar where it's struggling to keep trying to connect right. Yeah you got that phone right next to you. It's got full bars. That's probably the best the best time to make a call or to to do work on the phone. Because you're not you have a full signal in your phone's not going to be working as hard to connect to the tower your batteries not gonna drain as much in that environment versus an environment where you hardly have any signal. Then your phone is going to be blasting a lot of signal but if you have full bars you also have to know that you're got probably surrounded by cellphone towers and if those are really close to you than they're they're definitely causing a problem you know so right It's it's like a loose situation in that talent. in that way. I mean the thing with this. And i noticed you like you're passionate about this but you also are kind of light hearted about it and i just want to say before i forget and i'll probably mention this when i record the intro later that i think that it's did double if not more harmful to be paranoid about. Emf around you that you can't do shit about really most of the time then to just like build an intelligent awareness and strategically over time start to make some lifestyle choices and give up a few of those little conveniences like being able to talk to your stove or something But i know that. I've verge on the side of neurosis with it because i have a trauma of acute exposure that you're aware of and i'm sure the audience is severe in about So when i see a cell tower my initial response is like oh my god brain cancer. You know like the first hot. And i'm like dry faster. Get past it. But then i realized okay now. I'm eliciting this. You know sympathetic. Nervous system fighter flight response probably just had a spike in adrenaline cortisol. Just because of that one minute thought so. It's like it's one of those things where i think we have to approach it with. What's the word like surrendered action ray. Where you you're relaxed about it and you just take logical steps whenever possible. But you can't be. I don't think if you really want to have health and vitality so relaxed you just put your head in the sand and pretend like this.

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"hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

05:33 min | 11 months ago

"hoyer" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Over the past twenty plus years. I have managed to wean myself off almost all drugstore remedies however the has been one that was hard to let go of and that was cough syrup. Now i rarely get sick because of the lifestyle i lead thankfully but every once in a while cold or will sneak in and When that happens. I do not like having a cough so i've often been Put in a position where i've got to go get some of that super toxic cough syrup from the drugstore because i just want relief. Well the good news is for me and possibly for you is that our sponsor beekeepers naturals the ultimate be product. Company came out recently with their incredible be uth cough syrup so as a result officially ditched the old school drugstore stuff. And i'll just keep my natural medicine cabinet stocked up with this particular product. Unlike pharmaceutical cough syrups the only downside. I can see at this point to the be soothed cough syrup. It tastes so damn good. It's actually kind of difficult to not. Just drink it as an elixir. And you could because it doesn't have anything other than amazing be products in it. The reason be soothed is so bad ass is because it's naturally powered by potent natural. Ingredients like pure buckwheat honey. Elderberry chagas mushroom. Be propolis an olive leaf extract. So it doesn't have any drugs dies dirty chemicals sugars none of that stuff so i recommend taking at the moment you start to feel rundown or get that little tickle of a sore throat so to get your hands on some e soothed cough syrup. Here's what you do go to. Beekeepers naturals dot com. That's b. e. e. p. e. r. s. a. t. u. r. a. l. s. beekeepers naturals dot com slash. Luke story is the site you wanna visit because if you use that link you're going to get fifteen percent off your order at beekeepers naturals dot com slash luke story. You're about to wrap your ears around episode three fifty six m f protection demystified from basics to advance with my friend. Brian hoyer the next week. We've got an incredible show about spirituality and creativity with actress kat graham so make sure to tune into that one as well. Brian's been on the show some of you will recognize him and he is a leading expert in all things. Emf he's been doing it for years. And he is the go-to guy that i depend on when i need help with this issue so brian and his team from shielded healing recently came out to our new home in texas to assess the situation and then fulfil my longtime dream of shielding the house with paint and other technology to eliminate the f. exposure. So about this my friends. I am absolutely thrilled. And we also shot some incredible new footage for the m. f. course i produced in two thousand twenty wherein we show how do you shielding paint fabrics to make certain rooms in the home. Ima afri s- pretty cool stuff as a housewarming present from me to you. Wanna let you know. I'm offering a limited time discount on the m f course. It's over six hours of video content teaching you everything could ever wanna know about the emf in your life and how to fix it. Here's how you get to go to luke story dot com slash. Emf masterclass and if you enter the code. Brian a checkout. You're gonna save fifty bucks which brings the price of the class down to only ninety nine dollars. That's right it's less than a hundred bucks so much content so useful. We spent hours and hours putting this together. People are really enjoying it so again. Go to luke story dot com slash m masterclass and your code. There is brian for fifty bucks off. All right here's the basic gist of this power packed info download. We talk about breaking down the various types of m. f. that we want to be aware of the scientifically proven negative health effects of emf the next level home lighting and device bio hawk. Blue light and flicker rate exposure. How to fix your home. Lighting clearing up confusion about the different elements of five g. versus four g. and millimeter waves explaining the difference between five g. on a router versus five g. Cell phone service. Jia pathak stress and how copper coil devices work to mitigate the effects. Brian's views on m. f. protection devices like blue shield some of Leila quantum tech an f. l. f. e. we also talk about the massive difference in the m. f. levels at my new texas country home versus back in the city and l. a. And we go over the process of shielding home for m. f. and all the details involved in doing it correctly we also talk about how to totally eliminate y fry from your home using emf kill switches timers the ugly truth about smart meters and smart appliances by smart meters sock and whether or not the covers work how to get rid of your smart meter we cover some great solutions for folks who are unable to afford shielding their bedrooms or homes and finally why grounding or earthen is not always a good idea and we talk about a ton more. I just want.

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"hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"All sorts of good stuff on the brand new website. Of course, you get some excellent content from Greg. When we talked, that's what is the member question of the day. Greg, so Jackie treehorn ask Greg, did any of the practice squad rules changes implemented? Last year for covet. The wage being able to sign a few vets with unlimited amounts of experience, carry over into the season. If so, could hire be the kind of player. The Patriots. Look at to fill one of these slots to help with the QB off. Boarding long story short. I'm not sure. And I don't think I don't think the NFL has made a decision on this. They don't usually make decisions on this stuff until they don't really need to until training camp starts or even during training camp because it really doesn't matter until the 53-man cut down and then you form practice squads and things like that. But I would I would tend to doubt with what's going on and how positively things are going with covid-19. As last year which is kind of unbelievable. But I think I think it's the union just being a pain in the rear which if that's the case then it's not looking good for training camp but I will see what happens. I don't think they made a decision on that. I would tend the owners don't like to continue that stuff. It costs money and and but the bottom line is with Hoyer. I think that's part of the reason why it never got done last year that he was never, you know, released at any point even after Kansas City was basically buried. As far as I remember, he stayed on the roster for the rest of the year off, and it's kind of, it's kind of an insulting move to do that to a veteran. Who's not going to make that much money off the pay cut, I think you could get in a situation where you ask a guy like Brian Hoyer. Hey we go on the practice squad for 250,000, whatever it is, I forget what the number is and he's just like know, I'd rather go spend time with your family. What am I going to do that for? So, look, I think I think we could get newest situation with Hoyer where it's it goes through training camp, he does everything, he took an ultimately, make the roster Stidham, does beat him out, he's number two, or he probably number two with Mac Jones. Number three, to quote unquote, start the season. And then, at that time, they bring in New Jersey. Our in sort of the Troy Brown, you know, roll where he's helping, helping out a practice and things like that around the facility, helping things like that. So I don't, I don't foresee, we're taking a practice squad spot, even if they do approve those rules, but stranger things have happen. He is Greg, i'm Nick, everybody. Enjoy the B's and C's, unless something big happens here. The rest of this week, we're done, we'll be back next week. So if that's the case, also, enjoy your weekend. And don't forget check out the brand new brand spanking, new bsj until then be good..

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"hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"They forgot about like, the DonTrell inman's and other guys, at the Patriots have signed in May where it didn't matter, they were just getting bodies for different reasons and look, Brian Hoyer. He got a, I think he talked with the Jets a little bit, he lives locally and to me off This all this speaks to is outside of Josh, McDaniels, Tom, Brady and Bill O'Brien. No one else in the world knows the Patriots. Playbook better than Brian Hoyer. Yep. And so Josh, McDaniels is busy, he's the OC he's sort of the head quarterbacks coach. They do have a new quarterbacks coach. His name is Bo hardegree, he comes, he's basically one of Adam gase is guys was with him in Miami was with him in New York. I think he goes back to Denver. McDaniels might have might have a little bit of background with him there. So there's a new assistant, quarterbacks go, but he's never been in the Playbook either. So if you step back and look at it, here's Cam, Newton, has been in a play book for one year and we all know it wasn't much of the Patriots play, right? Yep, you have jerks to them who has been in a two years and coming from Baylor in Auburn how much has really? He really gotten into a job. Now, you have Mac Jones here. And he's a rookie he hasn't been in it before. So. And and the assistant quarterbacks coach has never been in the Playbook before. So who better? That Brian Hoyer to sign him. Bring them in. Put Brian Hoyer, Mac, Jones, on a practice field together when Josh, McDaniels is getting Cam Newton and Jarrett Stidham ready to play. Like, I'm sure he's under orders from Belichick to do at least for right now. You have, you know, Brian oil looking over Mac Jones has showed on one practice field. It's almost like having another coach. Yep. And so I think it's a tremendous month or the Patriots. I see. Absolutely down side. And right now for May, it doesn't mean anything. Could it mean something down the road? Yeah, sure. Could I mean, could could potentially be Cam Newton really stink, get beat out by Mac Jones. And Jerry said, I'm really stink and they, they go. You know what, we're just going to go with Matt Jones and Brian Hoyer. We like that combination because they run the same off and this and that could that happen in some alternate universe. Yeah. Do I think it's going to happen? No. But.

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"hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"hoyer" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"This is the Greg Bedard Patriots podcast with Nick cabins. All right, before we get into the latest news with the Patriots, over the past couple of days, Greg give us an update on your site Boston Sports channel. Com. Yes. So, it's been about actually a week tonight. Just a week..

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Patriots Sign Quarterback Brian Hoyer to a One-Year Deal

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Patriots Sign Quarterback Brian Hoyer to a One-Year Deal

"Going on with the Patriots. Obviously, the biggest news item in the last 24 hours. Brian Hoyer is once again. Greg Choice once again. Belichick can't quit him. Brian Hoyer is once again, back with the Patriots in the quarterback room. Wait, the big news isn't James Ferentz coming back, I was. Prepare for a hold James Ferentz, whole interior, office behind breakdown. Let's do it. So yeah, horror is back. I think this is fantastic for the Patriots. This is something that you've talked about. I wrote in my column, the night that Mac Jones was drafted, I said, by the way, can we get Brian Hoyer now in the building, sign them to basically be Mac Jones's Tudor and I believe from them alive talked to, that's why he's here. Now look Brian Hoyer. No matter what you think of him, he's no slouch, he's been around, he can get, he's, he's a good emergency backup quarterback. Who knows what's going to happen? But right now, of course, the popular thing Nick is to say, oh, well, this must mean something about Cam Newton or Jarrett Stidham. They must not like what they see maybe and they're looking to replace them as far as I know. None of that is true. All I know is look. It's met. This is when you you get down to now that we're past covid-19.

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San Francisco 49ers trade up for the No. 3 pick

GSMC Football Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

San Francisco 49ers trade up for the No. 3 pick

"The forty niners trade up to number three overall in the twenty twenty one draft. This was shocking. News to me. Came out right after my episode released on saturday or on friday after i sent over my episode but i normally just was not expecting Draft news to come this early. I feel like most years. The draft news comes a lot closer to the draft is still three or four weeks away but the forty niners did in their aggressive so they traded the twelfth overall. Pick a twenty twenty two third round compensatory pick and first round picks in twenty twenty two and twenty two thousand three for the miami dolphins number three overall selection so the dolphins moved to twelve where the four nine were previously listed. And now the forty niners move up to three. So what does this mean. First of all they swap a total of three first round picks. Is that smart to do. I think it is if they liked the guy. If they're convinced on one of these quarterbacks enough and they're confident that they can get them at number three. I think it's a great move because at this point the forty niners roster is loaded. They're trying to win now. And all they need is that future franchise cornerstone to kind of move that what roster forward and push them over the hump so they need to get the future of the franchise right while the roster and core are relatively young and talented like they are but overall. I think this is a great move by four hundred. Gm john lynch because he's been aggressive. He really inherited a mess in two thousand seventeen. They were coming off all the colin kaepernick drama Jim thome soula era. Which was a fun was which was really fun while it lasted Brian hoyer was his first quarterback when he got there he's made aggressive moves since he treated for jimmy garoppolo drafted. George kittle has fifth round. Pick one of the better draft picks in the past three four years. That's happened for five years. That's happened in the nfl. Just in terms of the value that he got that late in the draft

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House passes bills with path to citizenship for "Dreamers" and farmworkers

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

House passes bills with path to citizenship for "Dreamers" and farmworkers

"Millions of immigrants a pathway to citizenship, but it faces a difficult path to passage in the Senate wt. Opie's Mitchell Miller has the details today on the Hill, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and many Democrats strongly support the two bills passed by the House, noting that many immigrants are arriving here to build businesses. Raise families and a tribute to strengthening communities When bill would provide a pathway to citizenship for dreamers who came to the U. S illegally as Children, while another would help farm workers who arrived in the country illegally in a similar way, But the legislation faces a tough road forward in the Senate. And House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy says it doesn't make sense at a time when migrants are surging at the southern border to public health crisis. National security crisis. It is a Biden border crisis on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o p News Now. Meantime, President Biden says his

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House to wrap early amid threat of violence

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

House to wrap early amid threat of violence

"The U. S. houses abruptly concluding its work for the week because of the threat of another incursion at the U. S. capitol on Thursday house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told lawmakers they are changing their schedule and ending up there weeks work now an insider says it's because of threats by a militia group allegedly planning to storm the capitol March fourth which used to be the nation's inauguration date until that was changed in nineteen thirty three supporters of Q. anon are saying they believe Thursday former president trump will rise to power again and after the deadly January attack in the capital the house decided not to be in session for the day Jackie Quinn Washington

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Vice President Kamala Harris honors visionaries at Black History Month event in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Vice President Kamala Harris honors visionaries at Black History Month event in Washington DC

"President Kamila Harris was the keynote speaker at Maryland's virtual annual Black History Month celebration hosted by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer. Speaking from the Eisenhower Executive office Building next door to the White House, the VP paid tribute to the heroes of black history. And delivered words of encouragement for current and future generations. I think of history in the context of a relay brace right a relay race with each generation running their course. And then passing the baton to the next. And so The baton is now in our hands. And what matters is how well we run our portion of the race. Vice President Harris is the first woman and the first woman of color to win the vice presidency.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committees

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

04:39 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committees

"News. Last night, House Republican leadership met for hours trying to decide what to do about controversial GOP congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. In the end, the deeply divided house voted 230 to 1 99 to strip her of her committee seats over incendiary remarks she made before being elected in November. Before the vote, Congressman Greene spoke to her colleagues saying it all started after President Trump was elected. She certainly supported him. But she didn't like what she heard about Russian collusion. These things bothered me deeply. And I realized just watching CNN or Fox News. I may not find the truth. And so what I did is I Started looking up things on the Internet, asking questions like most people do everyday use Google And I stumbled across something and this is at the end of 2017 called Q it on Well, these posts were mainly about this Russian collusion, information. Ah, lot of it was some of what I would see on the news at night, and I got very interested in it. So I posted about it on Facebook or read about it. I talked about it. Ask questions about it, and then more information came from it. But you see, here's the problem throughout 2018. Because I was upset about things and didn't trust the government. Really? Because the people here weren't doing the things that I thought they should be doing for us. The things that I just told you I cared about And I want, you know, a lot of Americans don't trust our government, and that's sad. The problem with that is, though, is I was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret. Because if it weren't for the face, book post and comments that I liked and 2018, I wouldn't be standing here today and you couldn't point a finger and accuse me of anything wrong. Because I've lived a very good life that I'm proud of. My family's proud of my husband's proud of my Children are proud of And that's what my district elected me for. So in 20 later in 2018. When I started finding Miss information lies things that were not true in these. Q and on post, I stopped believing it. After Congressman Greene spoke Majority leader Steny Hoyer reference the historic nature of this vote. It was pretty historic when you think about what they did last night, where 11 Republicans joined Democrats in voting to kick her off of those committees. I've had the great honor of serving this body for 40 years. And in that time I have never encountered a situation like the one before us. Now we remember has made such vile and hurtful statements engaged in harassment of colleagues. Expressed support. Political violence. To do nothing. Would be an abdication of our moral responsibility to our colleagues to the house to our values to the truth and to our country. I've heard some condemnation from across the aisle of the contents. Representative Green statements. Some have condemned the white supremacist an anti Semitic things, she said, and posted online, some of condemned the falsehood she shared about 9 11. And the horrific school shootings. But I've heard little from Republicans about the horrific statements made by their colleague making threats of violence against Democratic elected officials. And her threatening conduct towards represented Bush and others. Indeed, Mr Speaker, there seems to be much silence when it comes to her incitement of political violence. Short while ago Representive Green came to this Florida defender indefensible conduct. I heard no apology. She claimed that we are here today only because of something she wrote online before she ever ran for Congress. And if one's moral slate is wiped claim when one becomes a candidate for office Regardless, the conduct we are judging today continued to occur even after represented Green became a candidate and even after she was elected, there is no doubt that if somebody came to the Congress, and it said before they came to gun Congress Am for violent revolution against the government of the United States of America, that your party Would say That's not somebody we want to be associated with. That's not what she said. I do not assert that What should we do Less? Then you did for Steve King for far less toxic language. Let us not do nothing. Let us do the right thing. Majority Leader Steny Hoyer last night before that historic vote 6

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House Takes Rare Step to Remove Marjorie Taylor Greene

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

House Takes Rare Step to Remove Marjorie Taylor Greene

"Tonight have voted to discipline Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene taking away the Georgia Republicans committee assignments due to her ties to Cuban on conspiracy theories. Wt Opie's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, the Yays are 230. And the nays are 199 Just 11. Republicans joined Democrats in approving a resolution to pull the Georgia lawmaker from the education and budget committees, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer to do nothing. Would be an abdication of our moral responsibility to our colleagues to the house to our values. But Ohio Republican Jim Jordan suggested that everyone makes mistakes and Democrats better be wary of who could be disciplined in the future. Who is next? Before the vote, Green had gone on the House floor to say she no longer believes in outlandish Cuban on conspiracies. You say school shootings are absolutely real. On Capitol Hill,

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Voters weigh in on Marjorie Taylor Greene as House votes to oust her from committees

C-SPAN Programming

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Voters weigh in on Marjorie Taylor Greene as House votes to oust her from committees

"On Capitol Hill were congressional Democrats taking the rare step of removing a member from the committee's with a handful of Republican votes. Georgia Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene was stripped of her to committee assignments. Education and budget. The final vote tonight was to 30 to 1 99, with 11 Republicans siding with the Democratic majority. Earlier today, the Georgia lawmakers speaking on the House floor for about 10 Minutes. In her speech, she said that she quote stopped believing in Q and on some time in 2018 after finding misinformation, lies and things that were not true. She also walked back some previous comments suggesting that school shootings like the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary and the 20 18 Parkland shooting were staged. She also attracted the past claim, suggesting that the 9 11 terror attacks may not have occurred more from the House floor with representative Marjorie Taylor Greene earlier today, So when we elected President Trump and then I started seeing things in the news that didn't make sense to me like Russian collusion. Which are conspiracy theories also and have been proven. So these things bothered me deeply, and I realized just watching CNN or Fox News. I may not find the truth. And so what I did is I started looking up things on the Internet, asking questions like most people do everyday use Google And I stumbled across something. And this is that the end of 2017 called Q and on. Well, these posts were mainly about this Russian collusion, information. Ah, lot of it was some of what I would see on the news that night, and I got very interested in it. So I posted about it on Facebook or read about it. I talked about it. I asked questions about it. And then more information came from it. But you see, here's the problem throughout 2018 because I was upset about things and didn't trust The government really, because the people here weren't doing the things that I thought they should be doing for us. The things that I just told you I cared about and I want, you know, a lot of Americans don't trust our government, and that's sad. The problem with that is so as I was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret because if it weren't for the face Post and comments that I liked in 2018. I wouldn't be standing here today and you couldn't point a finger and accuse me of anything wrong because I've lived a very good life that I'm proud of. My family's proud of my husband's proud of my Children are proud of, and that's what my district elected me for. Those comments from freshman representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia responding here is Democratic Congressman Jim McGovern in Massachusetts. Is also the chair of the House Rules Committee, explaining why Democrats decided to proceed with today's four vote that would strip the representative from her two key committee assignments. The party of Lincoln is becoming the party of violent conspiracy theories, and apparently, the leaders of the Republican Party in the House today are not going to do a damn thing about it. Now. I never thought I would say this Madam speaker, but I agree with Mitch McConnell, the Senate minority leader this week. Called Congress one greens embrace of conspiracy theories, and I quote a cancer for the Republican Party and quote I would take it a step further. I think giving cars when green, a megaphone on his standing committee would be a cancer on this entire Congress. None of us get to decide who the voters sent to Congress but his members of this body it is our job to set the standard for the conduct of those who serve here, especially when They cross the line into violence. The Republican talking point now seems to be. I condemn Congresswoman Green's words. But Madam speaker, her words air indefensible period and we must act not because it helps us or hurts them, but because it is the right thing to do for this institution and for America, and that from Congressman Jim McGovern from today. His floor debate, at one point of the representative before elected to Congress referred to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying that she should take quote a bullet to the head at her weekly news conference, this from the House speaker, I remained profoundly concerned about House Republicans leadership acceptance of extreme conspiracy theorist. Particularly to service their eagerness to reward a fool, a non adherent, a 9 11 truther, ah harasser of child survivors of school shootings and a value to give them valued committee positions, including who could imagine they would put such a person on the Education Committee today, and the House will vote to remove represent green from her seat on education and labor and the budget committees. That's just so unfortunate you would I think that the Republican leadership in the Congress would have some sense of responsibility to this institution, as they did when they did not see represented King of Iowa or two years ago for some reason. E have chosen not to go down that path. Even though we gave Mr Hoyer gave the leader McCarthy sufficient notice that this was ah, path. We would follow that early today from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It was last night in

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House panel weighs resolution to remove Greene from committees

Here & Now

03:55 min | 1 year ago

House panel weighs resolution to remove Greene from committees

"Snapshot of the divided Republican Party. Just look at what's happening today In the House of Representatives, GOP leaders are weighing fates of two very different members of the party. One is Liz Cheney, the number three Republican in the House who voted last month to impeach then President Donald Trump. The other is freshman Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Trump loyalist known for spouting conspiracy theories and bigoted comments. We're joined now by NPR Congressional reporter Claudia Gonzalez and Claudia House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has supported Chani. But he's also said he has concerns about her impeachment vote. Trump allies like Florida Congressman Matt Gates even went to Wyoming to urge her constituents to vote her out of office. And here's another critic, Ohio representative Jim Jordan. When you're the conference chair, and you're the person who speaks for the conference, and you take a position that 96 to the conference, disagreed with and you do that ahead of time. She didn't She didn't just go voter conscious. On the day of the vote. She spoke ahead of time. 36 hours put out a statement in the sharpest possible terms. That's a concern. So Claudia is Liz Cheney in real danger here that remains to be seen. Today's GOP conference meeting later today on Capitol Hill will be a real signal there on where the party and Cheney go from here. This is all emblematic of this. These widening divisions were seeing in the party right now former President Trump left a vacuum of power as well as a dye identity crisis. For the GOP, a Republican strategist mention to me that with Trump, the populist wing of the party is swallowed up the establishment wing of the party time and time again, and we're seeing that play out in real time right now. This is the Republicans lost the house, the Senate, the White House under his man and under his administration, So the party is in the midst of this civil war If you will, and these members who remain fierce Trump loyalists are targeting Cheney. At one end well establishment Republicans are supporting Cheney at the other. Sure and change. The daughter of a former vice president represents the establishment in many of the populist side would probably mean embodied by Marjorie Taylor, Greene and House Democrats. Claudia want to strip her of her committee assignments, which would be a pretty severe rebuke and reminds me that House Republicans did agree a couple years ago to strip Steve Steve King of his committee assignments after he had publicly questioned why white supremacy is offensive. And then he lost his next primary, and that is out of office now. So is there a parallel here? Yes, In some ways there are a Democratic leadership aide told me this morning that House Majority leader Steny Hoyer told his caucus. That McCarthy needs to repeat the same action he took with King, which is move green off all of her committees, and Hoyer spoke to McCarthy this morning after that phone call with his caucus. Signaling the potential for a deal here between both sides before your said Democrats are moving forward with the resolution to remove green from her committee's This is really rare and even higher, has said this could backfire where the GOP could force their members off panels in the future. That said Democrats are determined where said that he spoke to McCarthy. And there's clear clearly no alternative to holding Ah, floor vote on this resolution to remove grain from her committee assignments. The Rules Committee will meet this afternoon to sort out how that debate will play out and it looks like the House will vote on this resolution tomorrow. Okay, so that's what's going on in the House Real quick Cloudy in the Senate. The impeachment trial starts next week, and Republicans are also gonna have to decide how loyal they're going to be to the former president. So in the moments we have left how many Republicans seem willing to convict at this point We saw five GOP senators break with her colleagues in a vote to say the trial is constitutional. That's a clue to what we could see in terms of the votes to convict Trump. There are some who left the door open that could join that group, but it looks like it will be a minority of Senate GOP members. I see many focusing on the process lend less So the substance that's NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzalez. Thank you. You're

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"hoyer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Steny Hoyer agrees with speaker Nancy Pelosi a not moving forward with impeachment of President Trump be a huge distraction without the probability of success. We're going to have an election and in about eighteen months. The American people elected somebody who I think ought not to be president United States, but they elected him. And of course, there's a good what's going to happen in the next few months. The mullahs report actions by the southern district of New York layer on FOX your with Cavuto some more progressive. Members of congress have said they are all for moving forward with articles of impeachment California, governor Gavin Newsom signing an executive order granting reprieves to all prisoners on death row Utah. Legislators have reached a deal increase the alcohol. They can be contained in beer sold into stage for years, Utah would only allow stores to sell beer with three point two percent alcohol by weight the new agreement bumps that threshold up to four percent without the change. Utah beer cellars would risk losing brands because companies are cutting back on making so-called week beer. Legislators say outside of the alcohol increase the proposal will create a task. Forced to look at higher limits in also would eliminate an alcohol. Ballot question in twenty twenty Mormon church leaders have regularly preached staying away from alcohol, but in a statement to FOX thirteen in Salt Lake City said they do not oppose the compromise though. They still have concerns..

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"hoyer" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The freshman. Guess ignored by the speaker of the house, the freshman three marked by words. Look for all of them to push back. I'll gender Cossio Ortez says Cortez says flat out, you know, I'm going to exceed to her now. But I just think it's too early. I'm surprised speaker of the house is going to know we're not gonna impeach the president. Maybe one reason is his deserve to be impeached. But I don't wanna get that getting away. But that doesn't mean because he has to just about everybody in the left. Nancy Pelosi went out of her way to say that she thinks the presence incompetent. But she says it'll be too too divisive for the country to go through an impeachment. Do you think? So how how much different would that be from with the judiciary is doing committees doing how much different would that be from what oversight is doing? They're actually this yesterday. The southern district of New York as for the president's bid to buy the Buffalo Bills. Then there s Deutsche Bank how their funding different Trump operations, then they're trying to find out about insurance. Lago and how much they used in their insurance claim towards actually rebuilding Merrill ago. How does that help the country get better how does that solve immigration crisis? How does that make NATO something that is going to be formidable for the Russian deterrent? How does that help foment any type of democracy in our hemisphere? For example, we're witnessing it now in we're witnessing it now in Venezuela. It doesn't so for Nancy Pelosi to come out and say no impeachment. That's like saying well, the patriots go. I have good news. You know, next year, we're not gonna we're gonna try to win the Super Bowl that is not news. There's just nothing to this. But here's Brit Hume on on the calculated reason cut eleven the more successful. You are the broader coalition of elected officials and the greater the possibility that the such a coalition will become fractious. That's clearly seems to be the case with what Nancy Pelosi is dealing with. Now, she's got a squadron of young and rambunctious members who were not around for a lot of what let lit up to all this and want to have it their way. And it's not clear how well they'll respond to the idea that she's taking impeachment off the table, barring some explosive new development. I think bread that is good politics to avoid impeachment. When the Republicans did it to Bill Clinton, even though he clearly lied to a grand jury. It backfired. He was not convicted in the Senate, and he left office in something of a blaze of glory. So I think I'm sure that's what would Nancy Pelosi's thinking about is. She is she looks ahead to the possibilities. Surrounding Donald Trump, Steny Hoyer, the second in command in the house said this democrat says it seems to me that she which he said was is what we've been saying all along just maybe a little bit stronger Hoyer said on if the house were to attempt impeachment because I think it's going to happen anyway to lead came out and said it yesterday excuse me last week that she wants to move ahead with impeachment. She says nobody thinks is going to be a conviction in the Senate requires sixty seven years Hoyer on House Democrats who would be disappointed if the house will pursue impeachment. He said, quote, we've got sixty two new members not three it begins. It's not about to leave Omar and Cortes, even though the press to their discredit follows them around because they make news, they get big crowds. And now, maybe on some level. They're driving decent ratings. So impeachment is now not something they going to be talking about. Here's the quote from the Washington Post when the view with on policy. I'm not for impeachment. This is news. I'm going to give you. Some news right now. Because I haven't said this to any other person before but since you asked I've been thinking about the impeachment, and it's so divisive to this country unless there's something could Pelling an overwhelming bipartisan. I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country, and it's just not worth it. I wish they would have thought that before they started two and a half years in the mullet probe. Tom star who lives to impeach the president on on the comments by Nancy Pelosi. He says this speaker Pelosi, he's just not worth it. Well, is defending our legal system worth is holding the president accountable for his crimes cover-ups Worthing is doing what's right worth it or show America, just fight? Stop fighting for our principles and was politically inconvenient. Keep in mind. This clown billionaire has been complaining about the president since the day. He ran let alone the day he won. But as Jonah this one points out, the Republicans don't mind, this talk cut nine Republicans have been talking about it more than Democrats have. And you saw a brief the Democrats have a few prominent Democrats. Walking castro. There's talk about impeachment after the BuzzFeed story, which has since been muddied and walked back a little bit. But since but none of the leaders have. I mean, you haven't seen or Pelosi or any of the lead is actually impatient. I think there's a really important point that needs to be made here, which is while most of the media attention has focused on a few freshmen House, Democrats who are very very progressive. Actually, there are a lot of Democrats who were elected in.

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"hoyer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on KCRW

"Then Hoyer in Venezuela. The oil-rich country is facing fuel shortages as the political crisis there drags on. Plus, what's it like to get Google Amazon Facebook, apple and Microsoft out of your life? And this week is the first anniversary of the parkland shootings. Dave Cullens new book parkland tracks the survivors over the past year telling their stories of terror heartbreak resilience, and activism it Sunday. February tenth two thousand nineteen news next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein on Capitol Hill bipartisan talks on border security are at an impasse. That's according to Senator Richard Shelby who's involved in the negotiations. He says detention policies by immigration and customs enforcement are the sticking point. If President Trump doesn't sign off on a deal by midnight Friday. There could be another government shutdown congresswoman, Deb Haaland of New Mexico. Joined a group of House Democrats at the southern border yesterday. I want to find a solution to this issue. I don't want the government to shut down anymore over something. Like, a wal President Trump is due to visit El Paso tomorrow for campaign rally, but he's not expected to visit the border the Virginia state leaders embroiled in black face and sex scandals are standing firm, despite a nearly unanimous call by politicians in and out of the state to step down. On the public's reaction. However is more divided as NPR shero corley reports from Richmond, the three men in the center of this political crisis, Virginia, governor Ralph Northam attorney, general Mark herring. Both criticized for appearing in black face years ago. And Lieutenant governor Justin bare facts who says sexual assault charges leveled against him or not true. Although there been mounting calls were all three to step down the patrons. At mama, Jay's restaurant in Richmond had much more of a wait and see attitude about the Lieutenant governor and fifty five year old Chuck small says governor Northam should remain in office. About say a black face..

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"hoyer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on KOMO

"Standing Hoyer and some democratic lawmakers are near the Texas Mexico border near El Paso, visiting a shelter Renate year-old Guatemalan child died in US custody. Heavy snows led to flight cancellations in and out of Oregon and Washington state. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news. Komo news. One thousand FM ninety seven seven good afternoon. Three thirty one. From the KOMO twenty four hour news center. I'm Jeff Pohjola. The forecasters got this one, right? The entire region dealing with anywhere from a few inches to more than a foot of snow in with warnings about more on the way in the coming days. People are gearing up. Carleen Johnson is live in northeast Tacoma. Oh, boy, we got a lot of snow in this area for sure. Yes. About eight to ten inches and the sun is coming back out right now. It's absolutely beautiful. They were just a couple of guys in snow mobiles in this parking lot here a couple of minutes ago when I was watching the guy across the street doing donuts. There's a real sense of a need to sort of get out and get what you need right now. If you must because we are told that the grocery stores across Puget Sound at least the the Fred Meyer and see stores or would it be closing at seven o'clock will not reopen until early tomorrow morning. There's been a run to on snow shovels undestanding products. Anything winter related the hardware stores. It is it is tough to find the gentleman John Swoboda own as hardware here. Endorsed tells me Chablis most of the people coming in today or not finding what they want..

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"hoyer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on KOMO

"Majority leader, Steny Hoyer and other democratic members of congress their agenda says ABC's Andy Field in Washington. The point of entry where an eight year old Guatemalan migrant died in custody also the migrants shelter and get briefings from border officials, President Trump planning his own trip to El Paso to push a border wall later this week goes Democrats expected to hold a news briefing shortly Virginia governor Ralph northern telling the Washington Post the humbling experience of a racist photo from his medical school yearbook page from nineteen Eighty-four leaves him better position to remain in office. He says he will not resign saying he is not in the photo north Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax just in the past hour or so through his spokesperson saying he will not resign in response to an ultimatum from Virginia democratic lawmaker that at Fairfax doesn't resign by Monday. He'll introduce articles of impeachment based on allegations of two women as the father of three young. Girls. I cannot stand by silently while the Lieutenant governor is facing multiple credible allegations of sexual assault. And it's a state lawmaker Patrick hope last evening. Fairfax denies the allegations. There's a standoff along the Venezuelan border were a major highway crossing from Columbia is barricaded keeping American humanitarian aid out ABC's Victor kendo on the Colombian side of the border Venezuelans continue suffering with a crippling economy at a shortage of supplies. But now the big question is what happens next the US promising to deliver more than twenty million dollars in humanitarian aid opposition lawmaker and self declared president one glide dough announcing that the opposition will start organizing volunteers to get that aid across Senator Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts Democrat making it official hours ago. Her run for the White House at an event in Dover, New Hampshire. This is why I'm in. I'm in it for my family, and I met for your family listening to ABC.

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"hoyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Eight six six ninety redeye this hour for Freightliner run smart, helping you run more efficiently as Freightliner's number one goal. Yes. So. Again, as we all know the president. I'm sure the president aids watch when Steny Hoyer Zannini leaders, I saw that. And so they look at it. They say when you think about it that is the first crack. When you think about the last month, Steny Hoyer sane. That walls not immoral unless it's a prison completely rejects what the speaker. Has said he's house majority leader and then on the so the the immorality and then Iraq going around saying, it's, you know, a racist response to a racist myth. Steny Hoyer rejects that also. Yeah. That's the first crack that you've seen in the Democrats over the last month the biggest crap right now. I think it's really the only crack you've seen right? Well, here's here's the thing. Is that he wouldn't have to go as far as to say? No, it's not. And and no, it's not immoral. No. It's not racist. And this is wrong. He could say easily. Look, I'm not gonna speak for other people. Right. Other people have said other things what I'm going to tell you is. We don't need a wall. And we're not gonna find a wall. He could have easily said that and gotten away with and he did he didn't. And there's a reason now I will say this I and you and I looking at the video to me he did come across a lot stirred from simple critical thinking questions that. Well, maybe nobody ever asks them those critical thinking questions, so when they do they're shocked by it. Remember when Obama where was he when when Obama was on FOX, and they were just live it on with Chris Wallace with Chris Wallace. They were limited because Chris Wallace ask follow up questions. And they publicly stated we didn't expect follow up questions. There. You ask a follow up question. And you know, Steny Hoyer has been around long enough to know that if you're on Fox News, especially if you're on with you're going to get you're going to get some of that, right? And so, you know, if you're ill prepared than you're ill prepared, right? And then he clearly was ill-prepared. So I don't know where they go from here. I actually don't know if this is just a fumble by Steny Hoyer. But it's hard to believe because he was fairly even though he was flustered. He was deliberate in his answers. You know, I could say that if he was flustered and would have said, well, I don't know. I don't know what other people's that. That would be different. But he was deliberate in his as well. The interesting thing is did you see how he was interjecting. He would go after Trump, and then say something that was going after he, you know, Aurora or or Pelosi, right? And then go back to going after Trump again, he was like going back and forth where if you weren't paying attention you're talking about the same people. Well, no, he went he was going after Trump. They are now he's going after Pelosi here now back to Trump now after a walk and that he was going back, and it was almost as if his mind was working so quick saying if I'm going to.

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"hoyer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:53 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Show for everyone including those living in a delusional world Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Thanks to John in Arkansas for reminding us that in nineteen thirty nine Roosevelt served the Queen of England hotdogs. Everybody loves a hot dogs. It's an American. That's an American classic. If thank you. Yeah. It was American Fronton hot dogs. Kevin. What was missing to hotdogs onion rings nachos? You know? I mean, I'm thinking of like what you would buy the game, right? Set up a concession stand. Snow cones. Couple of stories out there. House majority leader Steny Hoyer, the democrat from Maryland acknowledged on Wednesday on Fox News special report with Bret Bret Baier, the border walls, obviously work in some areas. And he rejected suggestion that barriers should be removed from where they already exist. The number two House Democrat additionally asserted that the question. Of whether to fund President Trump's proposed border wall. A dispute at the center of the unprecedented. Partial government shutdown is quote, not an issue of morality and of quote. This from Gregory at Fox News comments were seemingly at odds with seemingly with the positions of other House Democrats in he doesn't put this in there. But I will including Nancy Pelosi who argued that border walls, like the one Trump is proposing are ineffective and immoral. Yeah. All right. It's which is interesting coming from him. So then you combine that with the, you know, the story in the times that said, you know, people need to an Nancy needs to quit saying it's immoral because the rank and file Democrats don't agree near the New York Times story last week that that was the first into the mainstream media that that many Democrats want her to shut up about that. Right. And so was this kind of in support of that story in that idea? Almost like a Claire mccaskill move those crazy Democrats. I don't believe it's immoral like, those crazy Democrats. But I mean could that be the effort here to go out and say, well, it's not immoral. And have him do it. Now. The other thing is Steny Hoyer said that the Democrats are willing to compromise where with the president. The compromise. That reaction was my reaction to head. Are there compromise means reopen the government? And and we'll we'll give you the Bill. We passed that has one point three billion. We'll give you one point three billion here. It is. Well, we're prepared to do that referring to reaching a deal with the Trump administration. I think there can be a compromise position. There are all sorts of alternatives that we could pursue. I think to come up with a consensus solution to achieve the objective that I think we all want to achieve and that is a secure and safe border for our country. And for our citizens. Heuer stress at Democrats have supported substantial restraints, including fencing and other technologies. Not now. No in the past. Yes. Now, they're not obviously, they work in some places. They made it clear not one dime. No doesn't matter. Whether it's a fence doesn't matter whether you call it offense or wall, nothing for Trump when it comes to anything that is a barrier of any of any sort. Right. I mean, that's it. There's one point three billion that's their compromise. And and that's what the speaker saying. So unless she changes her mind, which ain't going to happen. I mean, he's rob. I still think that whether it's just interfere whatever you have to go back to the point. Because remember as as we have stated that an I this is the reality of it. This isn't this isn't a debate on Waller, not a wall. It's a debate of people that want border security and those who do not and withstanding hoarder because I think you're going to hear this now. Because even what they have said even some of the things they've said, so far they realized aren't probably polling. Good Nancy Pelosi saying that a wall is you know, is immoral and Democrats saying you gotta as an air times. Article said, you gotta shut up, you know, I've dated say this. But we we can't we can't be talking about things like that we need to talk just about the shutdown people are harm because they believe. That they can't win the argument while now, you know, Steny Hoyer coming out and stating that they they are for substantial restraints the question would be how what is your goal is. You're going to reduce is your goal to ensure that illegal immigrants do not enter this country and stay in this country. Because if that's the case if you claim your for border security, this these are the questions that need to be asked, by the way by the conservative media, right? How can you be the party for sanctuary cities? If your opinion as a party is once you cross the border, you get to stay. Then how can you not be for open borders? If you believe that once you cross the border. Do you understand the the understand the impression you're giving the American public you say, no more barriers, right? But once you cross you get to stay. That's our opinion, we won't cooperate with the federal government. If you're a criminal illegal immigrant. We will not cooperate with the government until it might get to a certain particular point. Right. If you aren't illegal immigrant, we wish to give you free health care, you get health care free paid for by the taxpayer of of the United States, you can get welfare benefits that is our goal to make ensure that all in every state that all illegal immigrants get welfare at the same point. How can you hold that position? And not be for open borders. How how do you reconcile that in your head? And that question as far as I know has not been addressed to any democrat leader right now. And if they can't answer that question, then you accuse them a bean for open, borders and chaos. And it's you know, it is. The simplest debate. You can have. Because they keep handing you everything you need. You and I talked about this. I feel. I feel like an estate of redundancy keep repeating the same thing over again. But the Democrats keep repeating the same thing over again and the only defense, and we're not the the the only argument back is the same argument that we hold and so they make the same argument every day, which means we've got to go with the argument that defeats there's every day. And so sorry, if it sounds redundant at times you guys keep repeating yourself. Yeah. Because they do and they keep getting away with that. Wwl is calling him on it. No. I mean, other conservative media. But it really you're not hearing the people that are actually part of the so-called debate. You're not hearing anything from them. They mentioned last week. And and if you're democratic Texas Representative of Veronica Escobar told CNN that we know walls, don't work. Well, now, you've got the second in command right beneath Nancy Pelosi that say walls door. And they're not anymore. Well, that's interesting. We have some infighting now within the democrat leadership. Well, you know, it it goes along with that AP story that we had of coming out of the weekend. I think it was on the Monday morning show where they were talking about the president. And what his tactic might be now. And and according to their version of the store, he was going to appeal to freshman Democrats in the house, which I don't know why he would do that. But rank and file Democrats as well. And we thought okay, that's that's certainly reasonable tactic. I there's no reason to believe that he reached out to Steny Hoyer resolve that is quite anything that the president is doing. So this is coming from within. This is coming from within. Well, that's probably brought up the New York Times story last week saying look, they know it right in New York Times understands that this is going on inside of their party that they're saying because we have said this all along. We don't believe if you're a democrat voter, we don't believe that all democrat voters agree with the with where their party has been going are accusation got an Email yesterday. I'm not for open borders. How come you keep saying Democrats, we had been specific we have said the party the party, not the not necessarily all the voters. The party has become the party of open borders, and we have stated that that's what the Republicans should use in order to put them in a defensive mode. So you get a reaction like Steny Hoyer. That's the whole purpose the whole purpose then. And then when he says, okay, walls, do work within y you against for for Trump. And why are you percents worry cities once they open themselves up and claim that they're not for open borders and Steny Hoyer sane as you said yesterday that walls do work or not immoral then you go straight to sanctuary cities. Well, wait a minute. How can you say that when your party is the party that believes that once you cross the border, you should be able to stay and live in this country and get healthcare benefits? And and and get welfare and be able to vote in local elections, John you believe that do you agree with your part you separate one from another right? Divide and conquer the and conquer. And there has to be a strategy in the Republican party. About how to debate. I had I had a gentleman right to me yesterday. And and and say, you know, that the problem isn't, you know, that most Americans, you know, a understand exactly where the Democrats stand for open borders, and I went by they don't they don't know. No, they don't, and I said the majority of Americans don't know that we have what the three branches of government are the majority of Americans in polls don't know what the freedoms of the first amendment tar as we said on yesterday's show. I can't tell you why edited look at each individual instance of every of the hundreds of millions of people in America that walk around every day without any clue. So the point is from the Republican party to teach to market to promote to debate. And you hit on the actual issue and the issue is on for border security. They're not there are a variety of things, we need more walling. You can call it fencing you can call a triple fencing. You can call it a wall, you can call it a slat you can call it. You know, that's one of the things of a barrier. More more border more more customs agents more judges to accelerate deportation. So that that that incentive is not there. We'll look once we get there. They let us go, and we can stay for as long as we want. No across then a man mandate e verify had the federal government and call out and you wanted your congress man or any one of your local mayors or city councils that believe in sanctuary. Cities that we will not cooperate with federal law, and then at the same time advocate legal immigration, as the president has already done as he did with Jim Acosta during that great debate that the you pointed out nobody ever talked about that nobody talked about with the president said because the cost and tried to label all illegal immigrants with legal immigrants on the president called him on it. And it was a great moment. Because we said finally right now keep it up. Do it every day. Well, we don't get it. Every day, we get at once in a while from a few people in the Republican party media will bring it up one day, and you know, the conservative media, then drop it, and it's like, no you've got to be consistent. And you've got to pound it every single day, look, and and you know, to the one gentleman who wrote me yesterday and said, well, it's not marketing, why do you think you see the same commercials all the time? We all basically what the products are out there yet people still run commercials to all be Patty special sauce lettuce cheese, pickles onions on a sesame seed bun. I don't believe that runs anymore. But it just shows the point it's repetition. It's it's it's the reputation. You you. It's the repetition in anything in life. When you want it. It's well, we'll we'll get to more of this coming up here. Just gotta break. Just so much to talk about your calls and comments coming up to eight six six ninety redeye. White.

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"hoyer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:56 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Thanks so much for being here. This morning. I told jobs doing some searching to see if I can find some audio from our Morgan who was he former border patrol chief under President Obama. He's been making the rounds. And I just did the search during the top of the hour because I'd seen him on Cavuto. I couldn't find the Cavuto interview. But I did find where he was on with the folks from the daily caller and just just briefly just so you can get an idea of his mindset he was asked the question about. About the caravans right in in general because there's another caravan. That's that's that's coming in. And you know, some people say that. The caravans are setups or whatever. But he got into the whole point about how. Border security worked against the last caravan area. Right. Well, I think that's a great point. Stephanie is no one can look at at the caravan right now and the previous caravans and say, that's manufactured. I don't know how anyone could do that. And what this previous caravans, and what the current carry caravan represents to me also is that wall's work at you saw the previous caravans what stop them what stopped then was a multilayer strategy that the border patrol has been used for decades, and they say they need now. And that's that that trifecta of infrastructure, technology and personnel. If you saw the caravans in the past and they'll use the same strategy. This is walls, infrastructure, technology, and personnel and it works. Yeah. And and you know, it's interesting to pair that with the the question by Bret Baier the other day with Steny Hoyer on and why not just give the border patrol, you know, these funds and allow them to make the decision. You know, if you were going to talking about the the I guess the the compromise. Steny Hoyer said it. I don't know if he meant to say it and complementing the president. But the president went from you know. Nineteen hundred and fifty feet of water or miles of wall. Two feet. That's right. Actually, take that right now less than a half a mile nineteen hundred and fifty miles a wall to you know, down to a few hundred. You know, he or he said he he he's reduced that significantly okay? That's likely because of the input by the border patrol. But. But. On the less, it it was certainly you can you can put that in the compromise corner. And of course, he was asking for twenty five billion right now he's asking for five point seven and we've come to the conclusion if they offered him three billion two and a half billion. I think the president would probably open the government based on that two and a half billion. The point is is that the border patrol. This is what they are saying you, and I when I started, you know, me growing up on the southern border. I said, you know, I have friends in the border patrol, and they've stated to me a number of them. It was anecdotal evidence saying, yeah. Well, but the wall won't be as as essentially as effective as a lot of people think think it would be. But the the clarification on that is. In some areas that is the case. In some areas, walls, not gonna do anything for you. But the key is there's a lot of areas that the border patrol the wall. And that's the entire point is they're the ones doing the job. They're the ones doing the work. And they need those tools. He's a spelled it out the, you know, the the trifecta there the the three layers strategy. And that's what you need. Well. You know, we we like to give people a little bit of an inside look in about how you know, what what happens when you're talk radio host. And this is I'm had twenty nine years slashers my thirtieth year. You know, when there's a debate across the country on an issue as a talk radio host you hear it in the feedback that you get. This is an issue here where? There really is no debate. You have. The you have the Democrats as we have said that whether you wanna use the president's terminology as he used yesterday has been hijacked by the open borders fringe, which means that's their policy now because the fringe controls them, or as we said, it the democrat party is for open borders. Little different nuance here, but not much. And when you talk about when you I would I would say this when you hear. The former border patrol chief for Obama talk. I bet you if he sat for an hour and talked about what's needed, including many more miles of wall. And Trump was not involved in it. I bet you over ninety percent of America would agree with that. Yeah. And that was the point that he made he said when he was on Cavuto, he said, no, we we're not asking for two thousand miles of of wall. No that that's how we're looking for. But we're looking for a lot more miles of walls in certain areas because they're effective. And he's made the point. He goes look Trump has compromised. He has said, okay, we're the border patrol needs. It here's where they said they needed. Here's what I want by point seven put it where they need it. You really can't argue with that position. There is nobody attempting to argue that position. The Democrats are having to back off what their leader said that Walzer immoral Steny Hoyer, number two. Number one, number two. I didn't see. I didn't I didn't see him walk that back either. Well, that's a great point. I didn't see the more. I do you Todd. There are two things yesterday. We said weird to different people. We said, well they walk it back Giuliani. Did walk it back yesterday, by the way, worst attorney ever? He said that from the beginning stop talking Brody shop get off the TV. But but he walked it back. But I did not see study walking back yesterday. And by the way, they went to him. After after, you know, Trump said, you know, Trump sent a Pelosi the note that sorry, you're not taking off and he was furious. But he's still didn't walk back anything that he had said on Neil Cavuto and that was starting to make the rounds. I mean that was on. They were we're talking about it on FOX. You know, is that the first crack? Is there a split within the democrat party? But he did not walk back those things that he said, which was he disagreed that. A wall is immoral because a wall can only be immoral if it's trying to keep people in not if it's trying to keep people out. Right. Well, that could have been Trump saying that right? And then on the on a Bobby Orrock baba orcs skater, Bob skater. Skater Bob in his statement that it's a racist solution to a racist problem. Steny Hoyer also disagreed with that. Yeah. And and so we had said at that point it look if you're critical thinking person. I would say that the majority of Democrats would agree with the former Obama security chief who said walls are needed in many different places, you need walls, you need you need technology, and you need. More people. And that's that's what you need. And he also went through a couple of weeks ago. He was talking about two hundred twenty nine border patrol agents that have been killed on the border. And and saying look there are, you know, there's always there's always emergencies in crisis on the border. That are Kasey if you wanted to define them in a macro or micro way. Go ahead, but there are serious challenges and problems that are going on at the border that need to be solved. And he said, you know, we we have just sound like us. We have just let this go for year after year after year after year, we have we have what it takes. He as he said to funnel the majority of the people trying to get in here legally to the checkpoints, right, right? That the majority of people trying to cross the border is said, you know, with visas will deal with that. Also, sure you can do both. It's not one or the other right? The democrat positions on it are so weak. I mean, they're horribly weak and enter losing. They're losing the debate. If if they're not trying to debate. Well, no, they don't they they they don't want to have the conversation in front of a camera, but they are losing. Because they can't debate it. And that's it's if if anyone is on the ropes right now. It's the democrat leadership. And by the way, part of that part of that pummeling is coming from the rank and file democrat and of part of its self inflicted by Nancy Pelosi herself. Yes. I floated an idea to you the. I think it was one of the first two days back. Actually, it was before the Christmas break it was last year. To the Democrats did the did the party in the house at least look at it and say, you know, what let her be the speaker. Go ahead, and let her be the speaker while Trump is president let her. You know, take that the the problem with that is you know, you she's got to go out. And she's got to do, you know, all that all that that work, and and the, blah, blah, blah, but the. You eventually you're going to lose because her position and Schumer's position is so radical well there there are some things that are simple for people. Understanding we've talked about border security fences. I mean, it's not hard to understand. We're not talking about something as complicated as three branches of government or understanding the freedoms contained in the first amendment Lotte sarcasm there, but it's very easy to understand Nancy Pelosi going to Hawaii and Trump being in the White House wanting to negotiate it's very easy to understand the thirty Democrats taking the lobbyists trip to to Puerto Rico to sit there, and and vacation. And it's very easy to understand when she cries that the state of the union can't happen because we don't have the security, and then she decides to you know, that we're going to go on a trip with a ton of congress people were a ton of security is. Needed and us military jets to go over to other countries. It's very easy to understand the hypocrisy of that and say, okay, who's trying to actually solve the problem who's actually willing to negotiate. And and and I think that's where the president over the last two weeks is actually winning that. Now, whether he'll win the war. I can't tell you, right. But but the I still don't believe he's got a great negotiating point. But things have changed in the last week. And really over the last forty eight hours. The Democrats have looked bad on this. Yes, they really look bad. And it a lot of itself. Inflicted by Nancy Pelosi. Yes. And that keeps that keeps happening. You know, if it was if my conspiracy theory, or or theory is correct. It's a bad move to put her there because and this is why I suspect many Democrats did not not enough of them. But a number of them for years do not want her to be speaker because they realize the damage that's being done to the party..

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"hoyer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:10 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Jake tapper who I like house majority. Leader Hoyer, Steny Hoyer, says the state of the union is off what I'll see if any more details come out on that Nancy Pelosi said earlier, they should postpone the state of the union for security reasons, I think maybe we should post-poned it because it's going to be a. Almost said something you're not supposed to say really going to be a blank show. This is from another CNN persons like a presumptive close to me stay you're saying, no, it's often. We can't have at Kate Boudin asked the leader Hoyer. If at speaker Pelosi is essentially saying state of the union in the hills cancelled yet, he said, the state of union is off chance Trump could convince him otherwise, no they get to decide. So. Oh, yeah. Is if they don't show up to hear the thing that I guess it's off congress has to it's in their Bill is in their room. The president can't force his way onto the four of congress and start speechifying, otherwise we would have something like a dictatorship. Wow. So interesting had failed to consider that. But it's an obvious point. It's her how it's Nancy's house. Not in my house. That's what she is essentially said gonna have house party right now, that's an odd maneuver. It is a strange times and then the nineteen eighties. Jack scene is not needed. We'll bump sure we'll be discussing this more in the future. But indeed. So you just a silent parts of the constitution. We get to ignore. They're awesome. Perfect. Great. They're literally shredding the constitution. They're not now that would that would be illegal. I'm so back in the eighties. A there's a pants. Place tight perms for white men doing the pogo to Devaux. So the top guy at the KGB is sends a memo to the top guy at the evil empire of the Soviet Union and says on. The ninth and tenth of may this year Senator Edward Kennedy's close friend and trusted confidante. John Tunney was in Moscow. Tony was Kennedy's law school roommate former democratic Senator from California the Senator charged Tony to convey, the following messages through confidential contacts to the general secretary, Andropov. Kennedy's message was simply proposed an unabashed quid pro quo Kennedy would lend Andropov a hand in dealing with President Reagan in return, the Soviet leader would lend the Democratic Party hand in challenging Reagan in the nineteen Eighty-four presidential election. What the only the only real sounds like the best stuff anybody can hope for out of the Muller report. I know Trump and listen, this isn't what aboutism. This is just perspective. The only real potential threats to Reagan or problems, Warren peace and Soviet American relations, the memo states these issues, according to the Senator will without a doubt become the most important of the election campaign. So Kennedy made and drop off a couple of specific offers. I he offer to visit Moscow. The main purpose of the meeting. According to the Senator this is a quote would be to arm Soviet. Ficials with explanations regarding problems of nuclear disarmament. So they'd be better prepared and more convincing during appearances in the US. Kennedy would help the Soviets deal with Reagan by telling them how to brush up their propaganda, then he offered to make it possible for Andropov to sit down with for a few interviews on American television, quote, a direct appeal to the American people will without a doubt attract a great deal of attention and interest in this country. So cut more attention. Well, I'm going to get to that in a second. Because that's a great question. The long and short of it is. Kennedy thought Reagan's only vulnerability is if Soviet relations get so ugly and scary that the American people balk and say Reagan's confrontational. We need somebody else in there. How about you teddy? And that he would help them do that in return for help getting elected, which is an and it goes on. There's more details to it. And you know, if you're a history freak like we are. It's absolutely worth a read, and we will post this article from Forbes dot com at Armstrong and Getty dot com. And and it is suggested Kennedy was actually concerned about the state of US Soviet relationships relations. And was scared about it. And you know, if you could get elected all the better. And again, this is in Forbes. This is not, you know at the weekly world news or something like that in nineteen Ninety-two weekly world news. What's what's the world net daily or something like that in nineteen Ninety-two? Tim Sebastian published a story about this memo in the London Times in ninety two here in the US the story received no attention in his two thousand six book. The crusader Ronald Reagan in the fall of communism. Historian, Paul Kanter reprinted, the reprinted, the memorandum in full the media says kanger, the author ignored the revelation, this document he continues his stood the test of time, I scrutinize more carefully than anything I've ever dealt with as a scholar. I showed the document to numerous authorities who deal with Soviet archival material. No, one has debunked the memorandum or shown it to be a forgery. Kennedy's office. Did not deny it. There's no evidence that Andropov acted on it or took Kennedy up on the bargain. But that's an amazing revelation. That's pretty Colucci. That's right up there with candidate Richard Nixon communicating with the Vietnamese saying don't cut a deal with north don't cut a deal, if you cut a deal that will undermine my candidacy you let me get in there. We'll cut you better deal. And so he was colluding behind the scenes with with the north and the south and the rest of it read about it. If you like some day, but yes Kennedy was actually a bed with the Soviets or tried to be to work out a little election advantage just worth the little perspective. The liberal lion of the Senate the perspective. There would be since we know then as now that collusion isn't actually a criminal term. It's a scary sounding word though, Jack, it some collusion might not look good politically. But it's not necessarily illegal depends on what actually happened exam depends on the particulars. And so if there are some collusion e stuff. Or things that come out in the Miller report. This might all of a sudden get the attention that it's deserved for years when people say, okay. Well, this this this has happened before. Well, and I don't know what you're gonna do dig up Ted Kennedy and kick him, but I might. And you do that. Isn't it? Their handful of good reasons to do that. Frankly, the the great lion of the Senate was reprehensible human being in a lot of ways. But. I just selective. Outrage. Annoys me major national wake up outrage and go to bed outraged. But yes, I'm looking at the headline major national radio show. Hume's Ted Kennedy assaults corpse. That'd be the as long as they spell your name. Right. Condones grave digging. Radio goals advocate digging up Kennedy. See that would not be great long spell your name. Right course. Yeah. Yeah. So anyway. I will ask us with a completely straight facing serious. Right. So are you advocating the digging up of the former Senator from Massachusetts? It was Joe for the purpose of kicking defiling. Corpses. Is funny. Yeah. I do. That's why I made the Joe the.

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"hoyer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on WJR 760

"Redeye this hour for Freightliner run smart, helping you run more efficiently as Freightliner's number one goal. Yes. So, you know, again, as we all know the president. I'm sure the president aids watch, you know, when Steny Hoyer is on or any leaders I saw that. And so they look at it. They say when you think about it that is the first crack when you think about the last month, Steny Hoyer sane. That a walls not immoral unless it's a prison completely rejects what the speaker. Has said he's house majority leader and then on the so the the immorality and then a Iraq going around saying, it's, you know, a racist response to a racist myth. Steny Hoyer rejects that also. Yeah. That's the first crack that you've seen in the Democrats over the last month. The biggest crack, right, man. I think it's really the only crack you've seen right? Well, here's the thing. That he wouldn't have to go as far as to say. No, it's not. And and no, it's not immoral. No. It's not racist. And this is verbally wrong. He could say easily, look, I'm not gonna speak for other people. Right. Other people have said other things what I'm going to tell you is. We don't need a wall. And we're not gonna fund a wall. He could have easily said that and gotten away with any. Did he didn't? And there's a reason now I will say this I and you and I looking at the video to me he did come across luster from simple critical thinking questions that. Well, maybe nobody ever asks them those critical thinking questions, so when they do they're shocked by it. Remember when Obama where was he when when Obama was on FOX, and they were just live it on with Chris Wallace with Chris Wallace. They were livid because Chris Wallace ask follow up questions. And they publicly stated we didn't expect follow up questions. How dare you ask a follow? And you know, Steny Hoyer has been around long enough to know that if you're on Fox News, especially if you're on with you're going to get you're going to get some of that, right? And so, you.

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"hoyer" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"hoyer" Discussed on KGO 810

"From Jake tapper who I like house majority. At leader Hoyer, Steny Hoyer, says the state of the union is off what we'll see if any more details come out on that Nancy Pelosi said earlier, they should postpone the state of the union for security reasons, I think maybe we should post-poned because it's going to be a. And we'll said something you're not supposed to say really going to be a blank show. This is from another CNN persons like presumptive close may Steny Hoyer, saying no, it's off. We can't have him at Kate Boudin asks at leader Hoyer. If at speaker Pelosi is essentially saying the state of the union and the hills cancelled. Yep. He said the state of the union is off. Trump could convince them otherwise. No, do they get to decide. So the. Yeah together is if they don't show up to hear the thing, then I guess it's off congress has to it's in their Bill. It's in their room. The the president can't force his way onto the floor of congress and start speechifying, otherwise we would have something like a dictatorship. Wow. So inter had failed to consider that. But it's an obvious point. It's her how it's Nancy's house. My house. That's what she is essentially said gonna have a house party right now, that's an odd maneuver boy, these are strange times and then in the nineteen eighties. Jack is not needed. We'll bump. Sure, we'll be discussing this more in the future. But indeed. So you just decide what parts of the constitution. We get to ignore that. Awesome. Perfect. Great. They're literally shredding the constitution. They're not now that would that would be legal so back in the eighties. A. Pants..

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