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Moscow accused of forcibly removing civilians to Russia
"You crane has accused Russia of forcibly relocating hundreds of thousands of civilians to Russia from devastated Ukrainian cities you crying in officials allege the Moscow wants to use civilians as hostages to pressure Keef to give up you could ends only bugs person said on Thursday the just over four hundred thousand people including eighty four thousand children have already been taken to Russia west some have reported shortages of food and water Russia says the people it's evacuating all civilians on the going of their own free will meanwhile Ukraine president hello to me as a landscape has urged his country to keep up its military defense and not stop he says even for a minute I'm Charles collect as much
People flee embattled Ukraine city, supplies head to another
"In Ukraine efforts to put in place he's files along some humanitarian corridors have repeatedly failed amid Russian shelling that appeared again to be the case in the besieged city of Mariupol whether deputy mayor says Russia's continued to pound the places where people collect for evacuation the man adds some routes of the city what blocks of his mind are you both who's being without water heat sentry systems all phones for several days one of the most desperate scenes of the needy to be Cold War an estimated two hundred thousand people nearly half the population hope to flee the city I'm Charles that's my
FDA requires stronger warnings about breast implant risks
"The food and drug administration is setting stronger safety warnings for breast implants the message is aimed mostly at the makers of implants they are being required to add a boxed warning message to patients detailing potential risks and complications roughly four hundred thousand people get implants each year also plastic surgeons and other health professionals who work with the implants must give patients a checklist detailing possible side effects and explaining they should not be considered lifelong devices doctors are required to sign that document the FDA and regulators have grappled with the link between a rare cancer and a type of textured implant some have blamed their implants for other health problems including
U.S. Preparing for 'Worst Case Scenario' Where 400K Migrants Could Cross Border This Month
"Breaking and just the last couple of minutes. The united states prepares for a worst case scenario in october. We are probably going to see. Four hundred thousand illegals will come across the border if a covert restriction that is blocked most migrants for the last two years has been lifted thursday. Nbc four hundred thousand people to give an idea. That's more people than the entire population of honolulu. Cleveland new orleans tampa wichita kansas in one month that in one month four hundred thousand new illegals will pour into the country
Masks on Kids: Science or Abuse?
"Have to ask ourselves. The question is the chinese corona virus. The chief virus a serious threat to children. That's the first question. And so dr maccari wrote a story wrote a piece. I should say for the wall street journal where he studied. Tens of thousands of over forty thousand children with the virus was not able to find one child that died from the virus that did not have underlying health conditions and didn't have Some sort of immuno-compromised condition. And so you look even more broadly than that. This is from the new york times. I just wanna read this. Which has annual deaths among children in the united states. now this is per one hundred thousand people so children five fourteen years old. Have a two point one per one hundred thousand chance of dying from cancer. A one point nine per one hundred thousand chance of dying from vehicle accidents one point five per one hundred thousand die from suicide. We'll get back to that in the second point. Seven from homicide point six from cardiovascular disease point five from drowning point three from flu and point to from cova no that's not percentage that's per one hundred thousand so the question is if children are at greater risk of writing a clark school than while the sudden we now mandate the mass for children's. I think we're talking about two different things. And i think we'll have a fun time. Going back and forth at the unscripted part of this is do. Schools have the ability in the authority. And is it a good idea. I'm gonna start with whether it's a good idea that we can get into the other one. It's an awful idea. it's bad for interaction. it's bad for childhood development. We already see the increase in mental health issues that i will go through some numbers associated with that but everyone is kind of experienced that in their own way and saying to a child who is not at considerable risk of dying from a certain virus. That you must change the way you interact. I think it's child
Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Shameful State of the World
"The fact that not only are you. A presidential historian of note appear in the british house of lords am former media. Mogul crossed the atlantic in australia. As well let me ask you your reaction in the correct historic context. What we are witnessing in canada in the uk in australia in america. There's a video. I just two days ago. A woman who is being accosted on her doorstep by the police australia why because on social media she said common protests the lockdowns. Tomorrow i mean just just you know what we are supposed to be able to do in any kind of republic old constitutional monarchy. Have you ever seen the like the spanning the various regions of the commonwealth and the united states. No i i have not I've never seen such income government in the united states. The the american political society is in disgrace. Arrest that and rebuild itself and i. I've never seen such a a a shambles in american government in every field. You know the The this horrifying shambles in afghanistan. Don't worry says the president we still have over the horizon influence whereupon They kill ten innocent people including seven children. I mean i all kinds of things Two hundred thousand people a month oregon over the southern border. I that's never happened. None of it has happened before that. I know and i've been following these things since eisenhart austrailia. I mean i think spoke about this a couple of weeks. You know we all know. The australians are rough tough rugged likeable people as crocodile. Done it hurts. You know they get out there in the back or the great barrier reef or over there aren't they you know they're they're strong. Solid men and strong solid attractive women. But how on earth is it all of a sudden if you put up something on twitter or wherever it was you'll get called upon at your home by the police for inciting disorder because you just invited people size the right of simply to check in arbitrary measure. I can't imagine it happening in australia. It's not the australia. I know
Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency
"Military service members in Alaska are being asked to avoid places that don't require masks or social distancing for the next thirty days well the state's epidemiologist says Alaska is experiencing one of the sharpest surges of cove in nineteen in the country in Alaska military leaders on joint base Elmendorf Richardson had declared a public health emergency while the state's largest hospital Providence Alaska Medical Center is rationing care after being overwhelmed by surgical bid nineteen patients the hospital has been forced to turn away patients from smaller cities there are merchants the room was overflowing and people are having to wait in their cars in a parking lot for hours waiting to see a doctor the state health department reports more than twelve hundred newly confirmed cases per one hundred thousand people over the past two weeks twenty percent of patients hospitalized Alaska have coded nineteen I'm Jennifer king
Former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik on America's Heinously 'Loose' Borders
"Bring back america's hero new york city police commissioner former new york city police. Commissioner bernie carrot bernie thanks for staying with us exports bernie as police commissioner nine eleven. You experienced what happens when america's borders are loose or non-existent as they are right. Now you experience with the influx of migrants who are not vetted does an ends with thousands of americans dead. What are your feelings about. The influx of gani migrants on planes being transported here by the biden administration. Without any real vetting. What does that make you think of nobody. Nobody knows what happens. When look people into this country that you know wanted the minds of this country. And i don't care what the president says. I don't care what milly general milley says or the president's press secretary. There's no in how you can bet the people coming in from afghanistan and here's why aghanistan was ruined by the afghan government which is a logger of power. The taliban is taking over. The taliban is a terror group. We don't have a diplomatic relationship with this country. They're not going to have relationships with russia. China in iran have nothing to do with the united states. Only to get money lewis. That's what they're gonna do. They're not gonna give us their intelligence On operations they're not going to give us access to until we have two hundred thousand people coming to this country and if they're not in a us dod database or cia database or an fbi database. They're not in one of those. We don't know who the hell they are. We don't know where they came from. We don't have any background on then and we got nowhere to go get it.
Pope to Orban's Hungary: Open Your Arms to Everyone
"Hey Francis is started the first of a four day tour of central Europe by visiting Hungary the pontiff's visit to the capital Budapest was welcomed by knowledge crowds as he presided over massive over a hundred thousand people he had the mass promises us Hungary and then now owns towards everyone the need is seen as a veiled critique of prime minister Viktor Orban's anti migrant policies the two leaders did however need to be it for a short period of time organizers say the meeting was cordial even though opens anti migrant policy clashes with the pope's cool for welcome and integration of those seeking better lives in Europe at a meeting with Jewish and Christian I did it against a resurgence of anti semitism in Europe I think this is roughly about seven two little delighting in Europe and elsewhere this is a few not allowed to best band time Karen Thomas
Amazon to Cover 100% of College Tuition for U.S. Hourly Employees
"The stakes in the arms race for workers just got higher. The online giant amazon announced. It's offering free college tuition to its hourly employees and it's not alone. Big companies have learned that pay raises. Just aren't enough to attract talent in the tight hiring market joining us to explain. Moore's chip cutter. He covers work and corporate issues for the journal chip. Thanks for joining us. Good morning mark. Thanks chip let's talk about exactly what amazon is offering. Well amazon is rolling out. A new benefit is expanding its educational benefits for seven hundred fifty thousand hourly workers and it's going to offer those hourly employees the chance at a fully paid bachelor's degree this is in addition to programs offering associate's degrees high school completion english as a second language so range of courses here but the biggest development is this idea that amazon employees would be able to get a four year degree on the company dime. And who are they targeting so amazon is targeting hourly employees and amazon hired four hundred thousand people in the pandemic but it still needs tens of thousands more and as we reported continuously over the past couple of months. This is a super tight labor market. And it's no longer enough to pay fifteen dollars an hour which amazon's base wage many companies feel that they need to offer even more perks even more reasons for people to one apply or wanna stay with the company and so i think this is really an effort meant to not only lur new people to the company but to keep those some of those existing employees for a little bit longer
Amazon Offers Free Bachelor's Degrees to Entice and Retain U.S. Employees
"Will be offering free bachelor's degrees to its us employees as it races to entice more hourly workers and reduce turnover. The program is set to launch in january amazon's more than seven hundred fifty thousand. Us hourly employees will be able to enroll after ninety days with the company other big employers like walmart and target herald up similar initiatives wall street journal reporter chip cutter has more amazon hired. Four hundred thousand people in the pandemic but it still needs tens of thousands more and as we reported continuously over the past couple of months. This is a super tight labor market. And it's no longer enough to pay fifteen dollars an hour which is amazon's base wage. Many companies feel that they need to offer even more perks. Even more reasons for people to one apply or wanna stay with the company. And so i think this is really an effort. Meant to not only lur new people to the company but to keep some of those existing employees for a little bit
Fast Hiring: UPS to Hire 100,000, Many in 30 Minutes or Less
"UPS wants to hire a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday shipping season not only is UPS hiring but they plan to grab up those jobseekers quickly the package delivery company says it plans to hire more than a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday season many of whom will get job offers within thirty minutes of applying UPS needs to snap up workers as fast as possible because of a tight job market competition for hourly workers is fierce and many companies are offering higher pay sign on bonuses and even lower requirements such as hiring those without a high school diploma this speedy hiring applies to its most common jobs for seasonal workers like package handlers and driver helpers who take a package from a truck and delivered to the doorstep but don't drive the vehicle I Shelley Adler
The Silent Majority of America Will Not Be Denied
"Watching biden try to change the subject away from afghanistan is quite a thing to behold president biden has done a miserable job with afghanistan. Everybody knows it now. There are reports of as expected the taliban hunting people down. You've got americans who are literally held hostage and americans you know there's an old phrase the silent majority. I'm old enough to remember that back. In the day there was a silent majority of americans who would not be denied. And we're starting to see it. I think we're seeing silent. The american people normal americans the normal. The people who are not driven by an agenda who don't accept lives who don't accept immediate narrative. I mean the media is in our face day in and day out and they got to be going crazy over the way. Americans are pushing back going to football game as an example of pushing back there were people who i mean. I heard even people on my side of the aisle who are like penna juicy one hundred thousand people over at penn state ninety eight thousand fans all crammed into the stadium. And it's almost like the joke is pan-demic what pandemic but it's a reflection of the american people saying i've had enough.
Hurricane Ida Traps Louisianans, Shatters the Power Grid
"More than a million people across louisiana and mississippi including much of new orleans remained without power on tuesday morning after hurricane ida tour across the coastal states on sunday into monday by monday afternoon. It was clear that new orleans levees would hold sparing the city. The worst of the devastating flooding experienced when hurricane katrina hit exactly sixteen years ago but the damage from the category four hurricane ida one of the most powerful storms to ever hit. The region has been extensive. At least four people have died and ten people have been injured by the storm on monday. Louisiana governor john. Bel edwards said the death toll could grow considerably emergency response teams have fanned out across coastal communities suffering from the dangerous storm surge and subsequent flooding rescuing hundreds of people thousands more remained in shelters and in addition to the widespread power outages. More than three hundred thousand. People were without water as of monday. Official said officials say the damage to louisiana's power grid is so extensive that it could be weeks before. Electricity is fully restored portions of southeast louisiana and mississippi. Now face a heat advisory until five. Pm central time on wednesday and the national weather service warns heat index values could reach up to one hundred five degrees.
WHO Brings in First Aid to North Afghanistan
"A plane provided by the government of Pakistan has brought medicine and health supplies from the World Health Organization to Afghanistan W. H. O. says the shipment of medical supplies is the first to land in the country since it came under the control of the Taliban two weeks ago the plane which departed from Dubai landed at my side Asia reef the city in the north that fell to the Taliban early this month WHO's says the supplies include trauma kits and emergency health kits enough to cover the basic needs of more than two hundred thousand people as well as treat the V. six thousand trauma patients I'm Charles the last month
Threats Persist as the U.S. Plans to Continue Evacuations From Kabul
"Joe biden says the us airlift from kabul wilkinson you despite yesterday's jihadist attack which killed more than ninety people including thirty in. Us troops more than one hundred thousand people have so far being evacuated from afghanistan. Bassem many more want to leave ahead of next week's withdrawal deadline. Well one of those who managed to make it out of afghanistan in recent weeks is regular monocle twenty four contribution lynn o'donnell limits columnist for foreign policy magazine and former ap and af bureau chief in afghanistan and. I say that she joins me in the studio here in london. Welcome lynn how. Thanks joey i recap how you have made. Its to london now you to leave afghanistan. Almost two weeks ago on the fifteenth. Yes i was on the last commercial flight to leave kabul around about nine. Am i think we will wheels up around around about ten past nine on the fifteenth and I was traveling with my friend and colleague massoud husseini who's a pulitzer prize winning photographer and we had spent three months covering the The roll out of the war and it was while we were in herat probably a week or so earlier We watched herat falling and we were there. We meant to stay for just two days. We were trapped in herat four or five days. The taliban were back and forth and taking the airport taking the airport road and we sat there and we sent to each other. Massoud had a had a dutch visa that expired on the city. I it's time for us to go once rat falls. It's just a matter of time and so we back to kabul and we bought our tickets and a couple of days later Massoud was in the same ticket office and there were a thousand people lining up clamoring for tickets so we felt incredibly lucky when we touched down in east ambuhl Five hours after takeoff. It was in that we found out that the city had fallen the signs. Were there for days ahead and we were shocked but not surprised
New Urgency to Airlift After Kabul Blasts Kill More Than 100
"Evacuation flights from Afghanistan who resumed with new urgency a day off to two suicide bombers targeted the thousands of desperate people fleeing the Taliban takeover and killed more than one hundred officials say more than one hundred thousand people could be safely evacuated from Kabul but as many as one thousand Americans and tens of thousands more Afghans struggling to leave in one of history's largest Ellis what about five thousand people were awaiting flights at the airfield on Thursday more continue to arrive on Friday despite serious security concerns the U. S. warns more attacks could come ahead of the Tuesday deadline for foreign troops to leave ending America's longest war I'm Charles Taylor that's my
ISIS-K Claims Responsibility for the Deadly Kabul Attack
"Was the deadliest day for american troops in afghanistan in a decade two explosions ripped through the crowds outside the kaaba airport. And it happened just hours after the warning. We told you about yesterday when the us and other governments warn people to leave that area because of terror threats ultimately thirteen american service members were killed and eighteen. Were hurt on top of that. The blast killed at least sixty afghans and heard at least one hundred and forty of them. The explosions happened outside the gate. Where huge crowds of people are screened for bombs and weapons before moving forward to get on an evacuation flight. The isis terror group claimed responsibility for these attacks. The taliban who recently took control of afghanistan were not thought to be involved they condemn the attack in fact the taliban and isis are considered rivals not allies and right now at least experts say. Isis is the bigger threat to america's efforts to evacuate people from the country. Top military officials say they worry about more attacks still flights taking off from the kabul airport just with more security. The us has evacuated about one hundred thousand people so far and has promised to keep flying. Americans in american allies out. Buff ghanistan up until august. Thirty first tens of thousands of afghans who qualify for special immigration. Visas are still waiting to be evacuated as well as hundreds of american citizens. But that's no longer the only mission there in an emotional speech from the white house. President biden said he's ask commanders to strike back against isis with force telling the group's leaders quote we will hunt you down and make you pay flags around the. Us were lowered to half staff to honor the bombing victims. Both us military and innocent
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show
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"hundred thousand people" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox
"Embassy alone giant. Turn off she would come out for main a they were worrying to really and i think your vendors from this crazy terrible ever seen our my only about the issue but as bad as it was i mean also guy so many different households. We didn't even know the pandemic. because god's hand was on us he had heart koshen angle that our mark houses what is protection on. Marin has kept awesome children you know every minus was six hundred thousand people dying and not only that is often in the world right now because his people that double leaner wasn't virus. Your got sick from the virus..
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"I am your host tika and today we have a special guest. That's coming on the show a little later during the show. Hey dave gone yeah. It's going pretty good. it's really messy out. I mean it's better than it was yesterday. You know and it's certainly better than it is in texas. That's why i couldn't wait to get to the studio to talk to you about that. Because i'm like i know if i ask dave he's gonna tell me everything that was going on in texas and listen We have Well we had a lady that was supposed to come on the show. Saturday but martha reese you know. She's a motivational speaker. She lives in texas. She was fine in come on the show and she can't because she snowed in. And it's so bad cantu. I told her we'll reschedule. So i'm hoping everything gets better for you out. There martha yeah. I mean it's it's it's pretty crazy. I mean it's i mean there are still. I think the last thing i saw was five hundred thousand people without power Still in texas. It was a million as of yesterday Sorry i'm trying to make sure that your videos actually up and running.
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"The site of probably one of the worst water crises in recent. Us history in two thousand fourteen. The state switched flint's water supply in an effort to save money water from the flint. River came out of people's taps looking brown and smelling like sewage. It left nearly a hundred thousand people without clean water. This is the story of government poisoning. Its own citizens and then lying about it and it brought up a lot of big questions about whether we even have a right to this natural resource. Government officials argue. They're not liable because clean. Water is not a constitutional right. I want you all to imagine you know how you feel mind body and spirit not being able to have comfortable access to water or have a comfortable relationship with drinking water. This is la toya ruby.
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on KOMO
"One hundred thousand people still secretary John Huisman is concerned about its neighbor Yakima county which now has the second highest number of cold cases in the state but he says there watching both counties closely in terms of any resident in Canada tap who might have tested positive for working at it till the end yeah come up responses Benton Adams and grant counties have also seen increases in corona virus activity C. Romero komo news Dr Anthony Fauci tells a house committee he's cautiously optimistic that a vaccine for the corona virus could be ready to go by the end of the year look at the history of our diseases it is generally vaccines that put the nail in the coffin Spokane Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers is a member of the committee in Washington state we have top researchers as well as biotech pharmaceutical innovators who continue to be at the forefront of these breakthroughs out she says there are several vaccines being developed and one of them will be tested on animals next month to come a city leaders had their first discussion about making major changes to police and public safety in that city comers Ryan Harris has more from their conversation a coma mayor Victoria Woodard says they can start by replacing the term police reform with transformation because she says they're talking about more of a total change not small changes to an existing system the other overarching theme is that they want everyone's answer to the city citizen surveys to indicate they feel safe rather than a split between those who say they don't feel safe when they don't see police and others who say they don't feel safe because they do see police city manager Elizabeth Pauly says they brought in some national experts and they work to empower communities across the country to develop and implement equitable and integrity driven public safety grounded in building trust and strengthening relationships at the mission of that group and she says what public safety looks like should be low by community and in partnership with community Ryan Harris komo news twenty three people have been arrested in connection with the riots and looting that ravaged downtown Bellevue may thirty first the police chief Steve my let's as those in jail had nothing to do with the peaceful protests organized in response to the death of George Florida stuff that happens under the guise of the protest in them and these individuals cloaking themselves it's disgusting he says more than a hundred suspects or persons of interest have also been identified colonies time eight ten and from the Harley exteriors sports desk do doll is back in Auburn tomorrow is couples bill Swarts yes a live sports event takes place in king county for the first time since mid March when the corona virus shut things down emerald downs with the ten race card tomorrow afternoon in Auburn track president Phil Ziegler says those horses have been training past several months they're all healthy and they're getting their exercise and we just once again have a great crew trainers and grooms and exercise riders to take care of them in a daily basis and we can't thank them enough for the job that they do the new season runs through October fourth there will be a twenty twenty major league baseball season the players today finally saying yes to a sixty game plan with training camp starting July first where those training camps will be held and coronavirus safety guidelines still the subject of negotiations between the league and the Players Association a quick F. B. I. investigation at Talladega superspeedway concludes NASCAR's only black Cup series driver Bubba Wallace was not the target of a hate crime photographs show a rope fashioned into a noose had been hanging in that garage stall since early fall no charges are coming sports updates attended forty after the hour bill Schwartz komo news we're all being very careful in practicing social distancing but don't.
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on KGO 810
"In good hands governor Gavin Newsom's administration is projecting a staggering budget shortfall of fifty four billion dollars because of the corona virus the projections estimated deficit nearly three and a half times more than what the state had saved for an economic downturn the governor says California will get past this partly because the state is better prepared than in previous recessions we have to recognize that this moment requires an historic effort a partnership not just between a governor and a legislature but between the states and our federal government governor Newsom says California is grateful for support from it that it has received from the federal government during the pandemic but he says California if cities and counties will be needing a bailout from Washington he plans to reveal a new budget proposal next week San Francisco has a new plan to improve the health and safety of the tenderloin neighborhood mayor London breed says it will initially focus on the thirteen block area identified by the city's Human Rights Commission the conversation centered around the need to of course clean the sidewalks clear the sidewalks have sufficient trash have access to resources make sure that there are the streets and the community is a lot more safe especially because there are a lot of children and elderly people who live in the tenderloin mayor breed says homelessness has intensified in the tenderloin since the code nineteen now break even following a portal accident on five eighty in the East Bay will check in with heather straight ahead on because this is a radio commercial we can't show you images of our Loews associates you can show them rebuilding communities delivering supplies providing support during the crisis we're facing now but if you look around they're not hard to spot three hundred thousand people working.
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Shown Lobel says a hundred thousand people are there I've never seen that and that these new condos attached to the back of a truck means you don't have to get a hotel room kitchens microwave ovens showers I guess Charlie it's the whole deal right you never leave it so I I don't know I'll let you know if we're gonna make it if it works I'll give you where I'm going to be a what time if anyone wants to come by and see me it'll be the end of March that's Saturday would be like March the twenty eighth correct that little and the so we'll see what happens I love truckers and truckers Love Me so let's continue with more way of colliding California than man through and Kevin and many others and I'm gonna take Clyde first rose Clyde you must have serious problems in California welcome to the proconsuls go ahead yes we have many long term problems they keep moving the Mexican border farther north it's up around San Francisco somewhere they recover the territory yet they lost in the Mexican American war not sure about that what what what they want back is California Arizona Nevada and New Mexico Texas and Colorado those the six days they lost and they want to back from eighteen forty eight they want they want to take those states back integrator Mexico actually they stay stolen from the Spaniards stolen from the north American native tribes it never was Mexico is a big lie but I would like to visit with you about the other big live tonight which one additionally there were a couple dozen democratic candidates for president Joe Biden was not among them because he doesn't want to be president until April twenty first and that was the day that you crane had an election and a former corrupt president that Joe Biden could snap his fingers that was unseated and replaced with an anti corruption president of Donald Trump could snap his fingers that Zelinsky three three days later Joe Biden said I want to be president not to be president but to change his status from former corrupt officials were they of the investigation to political candidates jumps opponents so that his friends in the house could repeat the mantra like a broken record investigated and for personal gain it's all of fills the lie those in the beginning of the lies how about how about just the idea that Obama puts him in charge of Ukraine and communist red China and within a few days after each visit by Biden and by Obama what happens is his son gets one point five billion out of Beijing then he gets three million dollars out of the Ukraine and the media quickly announces there's no there there is some sort of conspiracy theory that's been power thoroughly investigated and nothing was found investigated by who the answer is nobody nobody that's the problem who did it nobody well when he changed his status he did two things the stop the investigation and he gave his friend was follows a chef and Nadler show my love for her to put through the grinder as an excuse for impeachment because now is a political opponent tell you can tell political opponent was foreign countries and in fact one I see in your McCabe doing a pity toward the last three days on CNN what what his family was put through I want to know what was Caputo put through what was Papadopoulos put through what was planned to put through and right now Paul mana forts locked up in solitary confinement when the Obama administration and twenty by twenty fourteen had said that it lets handle it simile everyone of the trump alkalis have been thoroughly investigated indicted convicted before all democratic jury acting as if that is the final word when Democrats do the same thing Republicans do they get a job at CNN the Republican goes to jail yeah it it's their systems of justice in this country Clyde one for Republicans and one for Democrats yes that share but what we have seen the face of terror in a up close may I make a brief comment about mayor Pete you have one minute because we're gonna take a break go ahead I believe that although he seems pretty smart he's not smart enough to understand that if he were to become president unattended consequences would come to visit this country and attend a horrible way the the the people in the Middle East the radical extremist consider us infidels what what date do an attack in this country if our leader was a kind of people they throw off of buildings and stoned to death I thank you for your call say this that the every religious text says in a religious context that homosexuality is wrong within a simple context I believe separation of church and state as I've said before I'll say it again bill Cunningham the great American would vote for a gay conservative and a heart beat over a liberal family man I would do it like a John Kerry but the I think a as I've said before and I'll say it again in October the forces of evil do not want four more years of trump and they know the main reason he will be reelected as a burgeoning strong economy it wouldn't take a lot of the communist red Chinese or the Russians or the Iranians or others to make sure to do something to ruin the American economy on the eve of the election so trump does not win and one of the killer bees get in that they can manipulate you can't I cannot conceive of Bernie booted judge sitting opposite the prime minister of the leader of North Korea communist red China Vladimir Putin imagine potent looking into the eyes of mayor Pete what do you fear anything from Pete the answer of course is no and so once again we'll see what happens but stay tuned coming up next is the leader of a the president's efforts Ken Cuccinelli to make sure we have a functioning border later on is an expert on the boy crisis and how the Democrats are ruining male gender roles in this country that is doctor feral and then in about an hour so is pending answer be here talking about the equal rights amendment and how come Ruth Spader Ginsburg is now against the E. 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"hundred thousand people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hundred thousand people are there I've never seen that and that these new condos attached to the back of a truck means you don't have to get a hotel room kitchens microwave ovens showers I guess tore let's all be alright you never leave it so I I don't know I'll let you know if we're gonna make it if it works I'll give you where I'm going to be a what time if anyone wants to come by and see me it'll be the end of March that's Saturday would be like March the twenty eighth correct that little and the so we'll see what happens I love truckers and truckers Love Me so let's continue with more way of colliding Californian and Matthew and Kevin and many others and I'm gonna take Clyde first rose Clyde you must have serious problems in California welcome to the proconsuls go ahead yes we have many long term problems they keep moving the Mexican border farther north shop around San Francisco somewhere they recover the territory yet they lost in the Mexican American war not sure about that what what what they want back is California Arizona Nevada and New Mexico Texas and Colorado those the six states they lost they want to back from eighteen forty eight they want they want to take those states back integrator Mexico actually they just they stole it from the Spaniards stole it from the north American native tribes it never was Mexico is a big lie but I would like to visit with you about the other big live tonight which one additionally there were a couple dozen democratic candidates for president Joe Biden was not among them because he doesn't want to be president until April twenty first and that was the day that Ukraine had an election and a former corrupt president that Joe Biden could snap his fingers that was unseated and replaced with an anti corruption president Donald Trump could snap his fingers that Zelinsky three three days later Joe Biden said I want to be president not to be president but to change his status from former corrupt official worthy of their investigation to political candidate jumps opponents so that his friends in the house could repeat the mantra like a broken record investigated and for personal gain it's all of Phil's they lie to the beginning of the lies however how much is the idea that Obama puts him in charge of Ukraine in communist red China and within a few days after each visit by Biden and by Obama what happens is his son gets one point five billion out of Beijing then he gets three million dollars out of the Ukraine and the media quickly announces there's no there there is some sort of conspiracy theory it's been taught thoroughly investigated and nothing was found investigated by who the answer is nobody nobody that's the problem who did it nobody well when he changed his status agent to saying this he stopped the investigation and he gave his friend was up hello sherry Jensen Nadler show my love for her to put through the grinder as an excuse for impeachment because now is a political opponent tell you can tell political opponent was foreign countries and in fact one I see in your McCabe doing a pity toward the last three days on CNN what what his family was put through I want to know what was Caputo put through what was Papadopoulos put through what was planned to put through and right now Paul mana forts locked up in solitary confinement when the Obama administration and twenty by twenty fourteen and said that it lets handle it Cybele everyone of the trump alkalis have been thoroughly investigated indicted convicted before all democratic jury acting as if that is the final word when Democrats do the same thing Republicans do they get a job at CNN the Republican goes to jail yeah it it's their systems of justice in this country plied one for Republicans and one for Democrats yes that share but what we have seen the face of terror in a up close may I make a brief comment about mayor Pete you have one minute because we're gonna take a break hatch enough I believe that although he seems pretty smart he's not smart enough to understand that if he were to become president some other extended consequences would come to visit this country and a horrible way the the people in the Middle East the radical extremist consider us infidels what what they do in attacking this country FOR leader was a kind of people they throw off of buildings and stoned to death I thank you for your call say this that every religious text says in a religious context that homosexuality is wrong within a civil context I believe separation of church and state as I've said before I'll say it again bill Cunningham the great American would vote for a gay conservative and a heart beat over a liberal family man I would do it like a John Kerry but the I think it as I've said before and I'll say it again in October the forces of evil do not want four more years of trump and they know the main reason he will be reelected as a burgeoning strong economy it would take a lot of the communist red Chinese or the Russians or the Irani or others to make sure to do something to row in the American economy on the eve of the election so trump does not win and one of the killer bees get in that they can manipulate you can't I cannot conceive of Bernie booted judge sitting opposite the prime minister of the leader of North Korea communist red China Vladimir Putin imagine potent looking into the eyes of mayor Pete what do you fear anything from Pete the answer of course is no and so once again we'll see what happens but stay tuned coming up next is the leader of a the president's efforts Ken Cuccinelli to make sure we have a functioning border later on is an expert on the boy crisis and how the Democrats are ruining male gender roles in this country that is doctor feral and then in about an hour so it's pending answer be here talking about the equal rights amendment and how come Ruth Spader Ginsburg is now against the E. R. A. that she at one point.
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Three hundred thousand people in town enclosure of a Las Vegas Strip for the party interstate fifteen northbound and southbound all French will such a traffic at five PM today at spring mountain flamingo in Tropicana according to the Nevada department of transportation beginning at five forty five vehicle access to Las Vegas Boulevard will be stopped at surface streets by six forty five PM the strip is expected to be fully open to pedestrians on and off ramps to and from the strip and will re open around three forty five in the morning on January first dozens of angry Iraqi Shiite militia supporters have broken into the U. S. embassy compound in Baghdad after smashing the door and storming inside prompting tear gas and sounds of gunfire not so say the press reporter at the scene saw flames rising from inside the compound and at least three years soldiers on the roof of the embassy it's not clear what caused the fire at the reception area near the parking lot of the compound a man on a loudspeaker urged protesters not to enter the compound the attack followed that the USS strikes this week that killed twenty five fighters of the Iran backed militias in Iraq the US ministry carried out the strikes on Sunday against the content has been the militia cooling it retaliation for last week's killing of an American contractor in a rocket attack on Iraqi military base they blamed on the group I'm sorry I Sheckley Nevada state officials closed a marijuana testing laboratory and issued a public health warning about tainted strains of cannabis products sold at retail in medical dispensaries in the Las Vegas area musky Dan Carson city the state department of taxation said and I noticed there were no reports of illness but that high levels of mold yeast bacteria and fungus were found in some products from the annex Nevada lab here in Las Vegas there's a new federal law abiding to reduce Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans quicken loans is celebrating our best to quarter ever and now we're celebrating some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates.
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"Cruz a former national security aide to president trump has given house impeachment investigators a new account of how military aid to Ukraine came to be released in a transcript released yesterday the aide said vice president Mike pence pressured the president to release the money at a meeting that took place in the oval office September eleventh only a few days after Democrats opened an investigation of the trump's handling of Ukraine Capitol Hill correspondent Lauren Foxy had now a transcript from Tim Morrison he was an NSC official is concerned about the July twenty fifth phone call leaking he said he didn't believe it was a legal but he did have concerns it would leak we're also getting testimony being released from Jennifer Williams he was at Penn state who was on the July twenty fifth phone call and had concerns about what she heard between president trump and president salen teacher let's give the new president of Ukraine Republican businessman any response says he's disappointed at losing the Louisiana governor's race he was strongly backed by president trump but he lost to incumbent Democrat John bell Edward yesterday in a heavy rain heavily Republican state now we have nothing to be ashamed we had over seven hundred thousand people in the Louisiana really want something better something different words got fifty one percent of the vote Mr trump and flown to Louisiana three times to campaign for responding the United States and South Korea today announcing the postponement of a joint military air exercise that North Korea had criticized as provocative defense secretary mark asper spoke to reporters today in Thailand I see this is a good faith effort by the United States and the Republic of Korea to enable people to shape the right if you will to facilitate a political agreement a deal if you will the least of the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula as per city hopes the cancellation will show North Korea that the U. S. can work with them toward achieving peace on the peninsula I'm Christopher Cruz your home is important that's why geico helps make it easy to save on homeowners insurance because home is more than just a place home is where you curl up on the couch in a.
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"Hundred thousand people in to see aspect and waving yellow and white blue Ukrainian flags into a bitterly cold perfectly clear sky is Ukrainians displaced their government after a disputed election years later you find of its return to Ukraine this time is the top U. S. diplomat the ambassador the Senate confirmed without controversy there were assignment was tough Russia had invaded Ukraine at that two thousand sixteen confirmation she told senator she was open to providing military aid to Ukraine she also said she keep promoting civil society building capacity within the journalistic community within civil society them selves can get their own good news out and they themselves can counter the Russian propaganda efforts in November two thousand sixteen the new ambassador invited civil society activists and others to an event to mark America's presidential election Daria Kolin York are Ukrainian anti corruption activist was among those who attend ambassador you manage was hosting this reception selves for many Ukrainians their victory of trump was a big surprise some were dismayed since trump seems sympathetic to Russia but calling it recalls the US ambassador delivering VS reassuring message United States will continue being that partner and supporters Ukraine and we congratulate our democracy and she didn't express any frustration or anything remember she's a career diplomat unlike some ambassadors were friends or supporters of a president she's served whoever was in the White House Ukrainian say she was professional and worked hard to represent US policy Natalia gunmen York had many dealings with the ambassador is a journalist he was a good diplomat but very very reserved so she was extremely cautious he would never say anything beyond what the diplomat can say yet the ambassador made enemies some Ukrainians called her narrow minded and bureaucratic and then there were the two business associates of Rudy Giuliani they had business in Ukraine federal prosecutors say they wanted to please Ukrainian officials who disliked the ambassador so they try to gain influence in the U. S. government they allegedly made illegal campaign contributions and their efforts paid off in two thousand eighteen they donated to Texas congressman Pete sessions and sessions wrote a letter demanding that the ambassador be dismissed sessions made an allegation that was toxic in the trump administration he claimed this cautious by the book ambassador criticized president trump showing quote disdain for the current administration sessions has denied his campaign contributors told him to say that ambassador your vote of itch was not fired at that time in two thousand eighteen but worse was coming the Ukrainian anti corruption activist Daria clan yet says the ambassador had another enemy basically I'm buses are you one of which was a France for civil society activists in Ukraine and this is what you deal time call and announcer corrupt officials in power did not a slight Yuri looked Sanko was Ukraine's prosecutor general and a vital figure in what happened next civil society groups called him corrupt they recently summarized their accusations in a formal complaint they said the US treasury department that complaint which NPR has obtained Lutsenko is accused of enriching himself and targeting anti corruption investigators this made him just the sort of official the US ambassador called out hi everybody on this high thank you and it's really an honor and a pleasure to be here to celebrate this is a speech the ambassador gave on March five two thousand nineteen before a group called the Ukraine crisis media center she said Ukraine's government was backsliding in its efforts against corruption it is increasingly clear that Ukraine's once in a generation opportunity for change has not yet resulted in the anti corruption or rule of law reforms that Ukrainians expect or dessert soon after this speech that Ukrainian prosecutor struck back Yuri looked Sanko suggested the US ambassador was really the corrupt one I have some digital's personal relationship with a missing buster on March twenty two thousand nineteen Lutsenko gave this interview through an interpreter to hill TV a right leaning website of the U. S. service master of the game LA isn't over as the king of peoples and we should not pretty good should not prosecute Brian Bonner of Ukrainian newspaper called the Kiev post says Lutsenko was suggesting the ambassador was protecting someone and it turned out to be false a completely false state department denied it and lead singer retracted it but by then the toxic claim had spread the very night of the hill TV report another accusation against the ambassador reached a TV program very popular with the president of the United States.
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"One hundred thousand people ordered out of their homes eleven square miles burned in northern LA to fire related fatalities so far in the Midwest winds gusting up to sixty five miles per hour in parts of North Dakota where the governor activated that state's emergency plan because of a crippling winter storm people had to be rescued when vehicles got stranded one that got stuck a bus with forty two people on board one weather related traffic deaths in Nebraska when a car skidded off an icy highway hundreds of flights cancelled or delayed in the Midwest America is listening to fox news reliable dependable there's two you got it your top local stories are on Twin Cities news talk dot com snow flakes are expected in the Twin Cities this weekend more snow is expected in the Red River valley the weather service as a cold front moved into Minnesota overnight from the Dakotas where snow storm continues to pound communities of protesters facing charges after being arrested outside president trump's campaign rally last night police say most people they were peaceful but when the rally ended tensions escalated and there were some violence thirty say some people to rocks and bottles and some had police sources with sticks Saint Paul police are asking for the public's help identifying a man they say has robbed six businesses along smelling and university avenues and in the west seventh neighborhood police say he usually approaches employees early in the morning shows a gun and demands money from the safe and he's also been known to approach employees who were outside on their.
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on KOMO
"A hundred thousand people in downtown Seattle tomorrow here's como su Romero it's a night parade but the street closures start early eight AM for floats near Seattle center on the eastbound side of Mercer at six PM an estimated three thousand people are expected to do the torchlight run starting at Seattle center down fourth Avenue and back then at seven thirty it's parade time it starts at Broad Street goes down fourth Avenue to south Washington about one hundred fifty thousand people are expected to line the streets for the parade which is expected to last till about eleven o'clock Super Mario commodities six so far triple a traffic cover those roads like well we have a new problem now on one six seven in the Kent areas north out one six seven just south of eighty four the collision is now partially blocking the HOV lane causing a little bit of a slowdown we do have it tough the southbound I. five from highway eighteen down through the five curve still that solid traffic southbound I. five from north gate to across the ship canal bridge to Mercer was about five twenty is stuff from the east end of the floating bridge to I. five southbound highway ninety nine a slow go through the tunnel down towards the stadiums southbound four oh five bumper to bumper traffic from five twenty into new castle north on I five is heavy from the Boeing freeway up past highway to and southbound I. five in the Lakewood area that still real struggle from five twelve down through JV LM two to about main gate your next come much traffic at six fourteen Abby Oconee has your forecast after enjoying beautiful sunny and warm weather out there today we're tracking a few changes into tomorrow overnight mostly cloudy.
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"Because you remind me of. We're waiting on Brad. Garret from ABC news. Wow. Leland Conway, wait on anybody. Actually. So we're rolling on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A SIM, Leland Conway, by the way. I was going to talk about this Adam eveland story yesterday where he wants to ban smoking statewide indoors, which I think is a frivolous and silly law because most businesses already banned smoking indoors. And I don't understand why with all the problems that we have in Kentucky. I like I like Adamy lending. He's a good, dude. But why are you gotta attack smokers? I mean, they're getting less and less nobody. Everybody knows smoking's bad for you causes cancer. It's a nasty habit. It stinks smelly. But the vast majority of local municipalities already have smoking bans. And I don't know very many businesses that allowed there are some. And if they do fine their it's their choice. But I don't know a lot of businesses that allow people to smoke inside the business. So we'll get into that a little bit later. Brad's actually joining us. Now Brad Garret ABC news. He's a former FBI agent and now a criteria analysts for ABC. I'm not sure we'll agree on everything here. But I think we will agree on this. You know when people are killed in violent acts. We need to address that. And it is happening. Quite a bit in our country, and the Democrats like to call it gun violence. I call it violence. It's perpetrated with guns and baseball, bats knives and all sorts of things, but Brad believes that we can address this issue, and maybe not give up our second amendment rights. So I wanna hear him out. Hey, brad. How are you? Okay. Thanks. So you have got some price tags that have been associated with violence in our country of recent and they're pretty big. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, if you think, you know, let me say current depends on what you wanna live with as far as leaving things as is versus trying to maybe reduce these numbers forty thousand people die a year. Guns now, a bigger chunk of that is from suicide then it is homicide. Over a hundred thousand people are killed slash injured through nineteen different ways accidents fill in the blank. So, you know, and you get into these numbers we wanted about would it costs, you know, two hundred and twenty some odd billion dollars a year. We lose Konami billions of dollars it costs running emergency room successful because of gunshot wounds. Now, you know, the reality is, obviously the people you'll matter what laws or background checks people are still going to shoot each other for different reasons again. But can we help those numbers without you know, impinging on the second. And then then I think the answer is. Yes. So how so how would you go about that? Again, this is where we can find where we can find common ground is. Nobody likes people getting shot. I think everybody. I mean, let's let's start in your house in mind. If you've got young kids, and you've got guns. That's great. But, you know, should they be under the mattress in your bedroom or in the dress dressing beside you bet the answer is, of course, not because you know, I I'm so sick of reading these stories every day have small kids are killing themselves or shooting the neighbor's kid. Yeah, they get their hands on a gun. So I don't know how anybody could argue with that you, and I've always been I've always been in favour to first of all I don't think we need a litany of laws mandating how one stores they're gone, but I have always been in favour of prosecuting people. If I leave my if you if you leave your gun out on the nightstand. And it's loaded and it's out on the nightstand. And your four year old wonders in and kills himself. I think you're liable. You know? I mean, you you left that gun loaded and ready and that kid came in there, and you didn't have it stored in the safe place. I was always taught never first of all never never leave it loaded unless you know, it's particularly for self defense. But there's needs to be a special place for that in a special way of getting a hold of it. Right. Right. So you know, that's one component that could potentially reduce some injuries and deaths. You know, the other thorny issue. And there's more than one is background checks that are required. If you or I go to a gun dealer and Kentucky or any place else. He or she is required. They contact the state police to make sure we're not convicted felons were not illegal immigrants that were not been adjudicated by a cord is being mentally ill. And you know, that's all well and good, but you can get around that obviously with private sales, or it depends on the state, I suppose gun shows. So the question is is it reasonable, quote unquote to ask people to check that block in exchanging selling guns other than to a gun dealer. My understanding is that if I know somebody like my suit, my producer, super, Dave. This is my understanding if if I know super Dave, and I know that he's a upstanding guy. And you know, he he doesn't have malice in his heart that that exchange that doesn't necessarily need to be regulated by the government. But if I say, hey, guys, I've got a I've got a an old twenty two for sale anybody want it and somebody comes up. I don't know them. My understanding is that's already a legal. I can't just go out there and say, hey, I have this gun for sale. Anybody want to buy it? Okay. So how would that affect your bills because sell or give again the super game? If in fact, he had to make one check a computerized check to see because you don't know everything about two days just to meet your that block is check. That's that's all I'm suggesting that you think that's too much of an intrusion is that. Yeah. If I if I know the person if it's my if it's my dear friend, or if it's my wife, take my wife down to a gun store to get a background check on her. I know her background fan. Mean I find that here. Here's what I would say about that. I would be inclined. I would be less inclined to throw up the firewall over that. Then I would be some of the other, quote, unquote, commonsense gun regulations that have been put out there. But yeah, I I do think it's a step too far. If I know the person because it's already a crime. If now if I know the person, I know that super Dave is going to buy that gun because he wants to off you know, his neighbor because his neighbor's dog keeps pooping in his yard. Well, then I've committed a crime because I've facilitated him a weapon in order to do that. You would just leave it to the person to decide whether the other person should have a right because I'm a law abiding citizen who has been background checked. And and so I as a law-abiding citizen, I trust law abiding citizens in America, I trust that a law-abiding citizen isn't gonna violate the law and go out and try to sell guns to gangsters. What the you bump that up into gun shows, you have the same logic there. Then it should be up at gun shows are already covered you can't you can't sell a gun at a gun show without a without being right? Licensed firearm dealer, and they conduct background checks on on site. ATF patrols and undercover at gun shows all the time to make sure that's exactly what's happening now out of out of the if I opened the trunk in the parking lot. And I've got an AR fifteen back there. And I'm like, hey, buddy. I'm committed a crime. That's why the ATF is they're they're already looking for that. And they should be. And I agree with that. The other area to potentially look at their number of would be what they call red flag law, which basically allow the police with a court order from a judge to temporarily seize your gun if you were deemed too, violent unstable to have them requires a hearing, you get back once it's team that you're stable again know, the whole wide, I suppose behind that is the biggest logically is to try to reduce gun Souissa. Right. So I don't you know. I again, I don't think that's unreasonable. Clearly, there are people to do. Well. Well, my response to that would be that. We don't lock people up. We don't take away their rights until they've been proven guilty. Why would we do that? You know what I mean? I mean, I understand the case. I don't know. I'm kind of on the fence on that one. Because I do know that there are people that show signs that it's like dude that guy should not have a gun. But I I also concerned about how that let me put it this way. Brad. I would be concerned about how that piece of legislation was structured because some of the states that are doing it like New York are doing it as an excuse to take guns away from people who are not mentally ill, and some places have have used like like, for instance, there was that push on the Knicks fix originally. And I don't know if they actually changed this or not. But the idea was that if if you couldn't manage your own finances, you couldn't have a gun. Well, a lot of a lot of veterans would Mark when they go to the veterans office. You know, they'd Mark. Well, my wife handles financing. Okay. Well, then we're gonna take your guns away that was actually happening. I have a problem with that. So I guess it would be about how that's worded. Right. I would wanna make sure due process is a hundred percent available and I want to make sure it's under very tight circumstances. Does that make sense? It does make sense because you know, at some point if in fact, we care enough to try to to to get down the eighteen thousand people who basically to their head. Do we wanna live with that number? Do we wanna try to reduce that number? I think you realize if they don't have a gun in their hand, they'll jump off a bridge. That's true. But it's not that that takes more planning. The problem. Leland was suicide is most of it is impulsive and impulsive means you've got to get on the nightstand. During the next room or whatever, and you shoot yourself, and there's no like second chance. Now, you you're done. Yeah. But you can you can do that impulsively. You can run out in front of the train. You can run out in front of a car or bus. But I can tell you is states with. Statistically, less firearms and tighter gun laws have fewer gun suicides. So, you know. So I again, I it. But do they have fewer suicides overall? What do they the answer is? Yes, they do have suicides because such a big chunk of suicides are committed with-. Okay. So so anyway, I think neither one of us who disagree trying to get the number of people themselves. Right. Would be good. But you know, there is another issue. And I would I would sum it up this way. Because I think you said something at the outset that I think is is pretty profound. You said what are we willing to accept? And this is probably this is gonna come off as crass, but I am not the boss of other people's lives. And I am willing to accept that tragedy. Occurs. And that crime exists. And that there's no way I will ever get the guns out of the hands of people who are insistent on committing a crime. So I will live in a world that I understand may potentially be slightly less safe. Then no totalitarian state in which I have to give up my rights. So my point is I'm willing to accept quite a lot knowing that I can at least have a sporting chance to defend myself and my family, which is why I come down to the right of the NRA on gun. So, you know, I I agree with congressman Thomas Massie was on with earlier and said if the police can have it in order to respond and protect me than I should have until they get there. So that's where I come down on it. No. But I I respect the differences of opinion. And I think it's good for us to have these conversations because there's people that don't come as far as me on this. There's a lot of people that listen, this conversation said Brad Garret is absolutely right. And he's a hundred percent on spot. So. Right. Right. And and another one hundred per se, he's not on spot at all. And I get all that. And that's why I like Harry conversation because of leash gets people thinking, you know, do you want to I mean, billions of dollars every year just to take care of the people get shot? These are really really big numbers that in effect. We you and I fill in the blank pay for through Medicare and other government subsidies because wanted people don't have insurance. So again, none of these things we're talking about is a fix, right? They're all just potential ideas that may probably would willing to do those reduce certain types of gun violence. Right. Well, I tell you this Brad when I saw the headline..
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hundred thousand people crossing the border. Every year between San Diego and Brownsville illegally last year. It was five hundred thousand law enforcement ask any law enforcement, Brian that you meet over the next couple of days, and they will tell you. We get one out of five or one out of ten if you take the low number Bryant of one out of five we catch four hundred thousand a year that means a million and a half to two Baltic over that we don't catch. So if you go back with the starter number of ten billion in two thousand and four which was the consensus number, and you add a million and a half every year since then on average, you get to that number now when I put out that number Brian the mainstream media outside of Foxton believe it we'll guess what the habit in two thousand eighteen in September. You had MIT put out a report, and they said the same thing they had a low of seventeen billion to a high of thirty three million that are here illegally because you can't you don't know the exact number because you don't know you don't catch. So it's not eleven million bright it's somewhere between low twenty s and low thirties and increasing every year. Every year. Second thing last year, as I mentioned, we apprehended five hundred thousand people crossing the border between San Diego Brownsville about three hundred thousand of those came through Texas, and that's between mainly in the Rio Grande valley down the gallon of that area, Patillo Laredo. And that's where we need the wall. That's where we need the fencing. It works El Paso, while the safest city in the country. They've had fencing mcallen itself. Pre say they have fencing around it. But we have hundreds of miles. We don't need a fence. And the president has has said this. We don't need a fence over twelve hundred miles of Texas border. But we do need it in a, you know, probably about three hundred miles of it in key big city areas where most people cross it. So it's real issue criminals drugs. We apprehended a ninety four pounds our state police ninety four pounds of fat and all last year, you break that down Brian into twenty one million doses. So humanitarian crisis people shouldn't have to die to come to America. They have a tax. Consequently talks about one out of five kids in Texas. Now, he's not proficient in English in school. That's a million kids 'cause we have five million in Texas in schools. Healthcare system, welfare system food stamps, all that issue causing our country billion. So that's right. It's a it's a multi-faceted problem. And it is a problem, and it's not manufacturing side of the campaign promises to reality. And the reason why resonated because it's a real issue. So so far these are the numbers we got from a CB P they say over the last few months just in in February of nineteen to date. It looks like there's a dramatic increase in the number of large groups of a hundred illegal aliens or more being apprehended that southern border with him on the ones that don't. I'm talking about Paso, Rio Grande valley, Tucson and the Yuma sections. So so far smugglers, and traffickers have delivered fifty three large groups, totaling eight thousand seven hundred and ninety seven illegals. Have you just used normal math? You know, a percentage of them are criminals up to no good. Absolutely. And and we have the facts here from from.
"hundred thousand people" Discussed on KTOK
"Six hundred thousand people still don't have insurance. Don't medicaid. Now, he doesn't tell us who these six hundred thousand people are I suspect many of them are illegal aliens that is people who are here. Aren't supposed to be here. How many American citizens or natural born American citizens in New York City? Don't have healthcare with Medicaid. I don't get this. I don't even get the argument. Go ahead. A fix that. For a very simple reason, we believe healthcare is a human right? This is very interesting healthcare is a human right. And I have to dress. This all the time. If is a human right, ladies and gentlemen. Let me ask you if he's series of questions. Then why is the Veterans Administration some of their hospitals, not all of them? Why are they so lousy the government runs them? How about these public hospitals subsidized by the taxpayers New York City? Where the mayor has some involvement. Can anybody just go in anytime and demand to see a doctor immediately? Can they demand? Whatever medicine they want can they demand whatever whatever medical products, they need whenever they want. I mean after all it's a right. Can I demand to see whatever doctor? They want to see. I mean, it's a right. And they demand that the nurse. Stay pastor. What does this mean? It's a human right. What does that mean? Does that mean that other human beings are indentured servants to the person who comes in the door for whom it's a human, right? It's a human right. Liberty is a human right. The right to acquire property is a human, right? The right to be unmolested by your government is a human right? The right to equal Justice is a human right? The right to material things is not a human, right? Period. Moreover. If a was a human, right? The worst way. To provide that human right is through government centralized government left wing run government. Look around the world. Go ahead. Now, we want people to get it. Right. All over the country. So we need to say, yes. To Medicare for all in Washington. We need to say, yes. To single payer in Albany. Medicare for all all you seniors on Medicare. That means you'll never see Medicare again. This is just semantics name they slap onto what they do. It's like the communists call themselves. Reformers, no, they're not the killers. So let me use the language of the left. If we have so called Medicare for more for all more, people will die more people will become sick. I have a suggestion. You clown. You big buffoon. Why don't you fix the public hospitals? You already have why don't you fix the public housing already? Have. It's a disaster. Why don't you fix what you already control and the answer is, ladies and gentlemen, they never can. It's a scam. And it's always been a scam. We just need more money. We need more power. We need to be able to take buildings away from landlords. We need to be able to nationalize healthcare. We need to be able to nationalize the drug companies and set their prices if only we could control everything and when they control everything it's not enough. Then they have to shutdown the opposition. Then they at the destroy the sex the successful people, then they need the powers of a police state. You've lost everything the.
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"Eight hundred thousand people and not getting their paychecks this weekend. They will eventually get their paychecks. But that's no consolation. You are more on both sides that have brought to you twenty two trillion dollars of debt. Should we be surprised that the people who have brought us twenty two trillion of that can't get the job done? You have a massively lying in hypocritical left. That was all four all this for years that are now against it. And you have a president that's been telling us on the greatest negotiate of all time. But I don't think you can negotiate himself out of a paper bag. Now, we could sit here and blame we only deal with outcome here. And the outcome is eight hundred thousand people are not going to get the paycheck this weekend. And still nothing done. The president has announced they will as of right this second. He will not do this executive order emergency order. So it continues. And by the way, if you want to know what I'm talking about about the the lion hypocritical left, just go YouTube video of Schumer and Pelosi and the rest of these miscreants and the allies about where they stood on putting up a fence or a wall in years past go look at what they said the same the exact opposite. Now. In other words, the bull crap. Got some news to go over and then we'll have full market. Much more. I'm.