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"ian burrell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Boards, right? How many people got the paralyzed or killed because of diving boards. Monkey bars seesaws. They're all in Regularly band Somebody got hurt. That's the that's the criteria. Liberty is always second to something else. And the usual something else is safety. So we're watching it. Go. Away. In the western world. I was reading to you about, uh Dr Scott Atlas of Stanford. Previously of Stanford. And about what happened with Bill. The Yeah. Lancet magazine, saying that it was a conspiracy thinking to say that the Well that the Covid began in the lab. Atlas That is. Dr Scott Atlas also faulted, leaving scientific publications such as Nature and Lance it for playing quote, important roles in enabling, encouraging and enforcing this false narrative. In June. Journalist Ian Burrell cited one source who estimated the publisher of Nature had sponsorship agreements worth millions of dollars. With Chinese institutions. That's corrupt. Politicians and pundits also lost People's trust by advocating regulations that were not based. On fact, the phrase follow the science should never be uttered again by people who do not know actual data. They must stop. Dr Atlas said. They have no credibility whatsoever. When they get up and say, Follow the science. It's clear. Many of them don't know the science don't understand the science and are not using the science to make the recommendations that's correct. Atlas also noted the increase of other deaths like tuberculosis caused by the world's focus on Covid 19. Remind you that in March of 2020 I tweeted. But this.
Follow the Money on Wuhan Lab Leak Theory
"The story. I was telling you about four. It's called Beijing's useful idiots. It's in my newsletter and I strongly Strongly Strongly encourage you to read it. Kind of like God, Tom Cruise from a few good men. I object. I strenuously object. Well, I don't strenuously object. You reading this article, Beijing's useful idiots. It's an unheard dot com By Ian Burrell. It is a damning indictment of the science infrastructure that was used to wave you off the lab league theory. We all know what happened now we all know it's likely matter of fact, I believe at this point probable that this virus leaked from a lab covid 19, obviously. That's not the story. We know that the story is. How are we waved off it for so long? And how were we? Conservatives attacked for promoting man that phone lines lit up fast? Sorry, Producer Mike Well, this article just on dresses everyone behind it rather than going through the beginning. I discussed earlier on my show. I'm gonna discuss this part because it matters. Here's a quote from the peace again. It's in my newsletter today, Bongino dot com slash newsletter. If you want to check it out. Bunch Basia. Beijing's useful idiots. It's important to get to motive. Motive matters. Why? Why did people at nature science magazines respect? Formerly respected science journals, The Lancet nature or why did they? Why were they so invested in making the most likely theory disappearing? Ladies and gentlemen, if you're at home, you know right now, the answer. You know it. What's the answer? Follow the money. Always follow the money. Follow the money trail. You will always get your answer every single time.
"ian burrell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Not buildings down and we will make America great again. This is America first with Sebastian. Gorka. I'm making a list of things to discuss and given the way things are in the world today, that plan last was long as it takes to make contact with the enemy. You gotta stay flexible, but today's list One of the longest I've ever made my friends. I'm Sebastian. Bulk of this Is America first on the Salem radio Network. We have unbelievable news from Minneapolis on how you could be a better victim of crime. The latest crime statistics for Chicago. That will shock you. The president's impending decision with regards to the Chinese social media platform, TIC TAC. We have the good news of the landing the splashdown of them off the astronauts who have returned safely. After 45 years, the first successful return of astronauts in a splash down to the United States, Karen but who's count past you know, Cam basses. She thinks she should be the next vice president on the sleepy, creepy Joe Biden. We'll get to that as well. The New York Times has done a massive hit piece against our friends at the Federalist. Congratulations. Pen dominates shown Davis and the whole federal, his team you under their skin, and that is quite an achievement and then very, very disturbing news. With regards to some people, and they planned Parenthood office is here in the United States. And then lastly, sometime in the next three hours, I must discuss because this one is Personal for me. The decision by U S Federal Court. To overturn the death sentence of one individual called Joe Carter Tsarnaev, the surviving brother off the Boston bombers. I served as an expert for the Department of Justice on the side of the prosecution during the Boston bombing trial on this new decision is A travesty. We have reached out and we will be talking to one of the survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing later today. We have a theme for today, and the theme is reality. How do we win in 91 days, We have to have a re connection off this nation to the truth and to reality and in this crazy covert era It will be a challenge. You heard my story last week about a man who threatened to shoot me at a 7 11 near my house because I wasn't wearing a mask. Well, I'm not the only one There is a story at the blaze. Florida Man opens fire in hotel lobby because a mother and son weren't social distancing, Yes. Nobody was shot, but the man fired into the air. Because a mother and her son were sitting next to each other. On a couch in the hotel lobby. Mosques. Why don't we decide upon two things? Facts. On the principle of individual liberty. And responsibility. Is everybody in the world wearing mosques? Do we know that it is? Clearly effective in preventing the spread of the Chinese flu. Not, according to the Daily Mail. They have a piece by Ian Burrell and it's a personal piece. Let me read a bit of it to you. As I walked around the sun dappled streets of Amsterdam, something felt strange. In this world swept by fear and pandemic, there was laughter coming from barges sliding along the famous canals. Clusters of cyclists clogged the streets. Shoppers dipped into chic boutiques, the barbershop seemed busy on cafes served couples chatting over coffee. I heard many voices of tourists in bars and restaurants. While even the seediest sides of this celebrated Dutch city had people strolling through them, it took me a moment to realize. What Was so weird. Then it struck me. It felt like I had stepped back in time returning to the pre pandemic normality of a bustling city. Filled with human beings whose faces were not covered by cloth. Well, well, well. The Dutch are doing things differently. The nation's top scientists, having examined key data and research have declared there is no firm evidence to back the use ofthe face coverings. Indeed, they argue that wearing the wretched things may actually hamper The fight against the disease. How interesting. Is a quote. Face masks in public places are not necessary based on all the current evidence, says Cohen, Balance, spokesman for the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. Quote. There is no benefit, and there may even be a negative impact. This is a bold but highly controversial stance, especially as fears grow of a second wave sweeping through Europe and the U. S. Last week, Downing Street joined the global stampede to enforce face mosques in public spaces. Such as shops, supermarkets and stations following Scotland, Spain and France, along with Holland's neighboring nations ofthe Belgium and Germany. Quote. We think masks have a great deal of value, said Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Scientific evaluation of face coverings and their importance in stopping aerosol droplets has bean growing. Not so Without Dutch friends. Collins position is based on assessments by the outbreak Management team, a group of experts advising the government. At first ruled against mosques in May and has re evaluated the evidence several times that clue, including again last week. They believe. The health professionals in Holland belief. That the mosques distract from a clear three pronged message that has kept deaths from the Corona virus, down to less than half the rate in Britain. Where they're mandatory. What is that message? Wash your hands regularly. Maintain a social distance of six feet. And stay at home if you're suffering from symptoms. We've seen this approach work, says Christian Khobar, a professor of infectious diseases in Maastricht and member of the advisory team. Facemasks should not to be seen as a magic bullet that halts the spread. The evidence for them is contradictory. In general. We think you must be careful with face masks because they couldn't give you a false sense of security. It makes people think very immune from disease or they can stop social distancing. And that is very negative. What are the facts? Holland, a country of 17 million people, has seen 6174 pandemic deaths after adopting what it called quote. Intelligent locked down, which imposed significantly fewer restrictions than Britain and elsewhere. And here's a thought. Relied Mohr on trusting their citizens to behave sensibly. Now, how about that? How about in a nation founded on the principle? Of rugged individual ism. Of human beings having worth because they have reason based upon being made in the image of their creator How'bout. We return toe that instead.
"ian burrell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Connecticut who served as our eyes and ears they witnessed the suspect in various locations throughout the northeast authorities have not offered a possible motive for the crimes but again Manfredonia has waived extradition and is headed back to Connecticut to face charges the spread of covert nineteen is sparking new security concerns that the U. S. Mexico border more from A. B. C.'s Ian Burrell the pandemic grips Mexico thousands of vehicles a day still crossing the border despite a ban on tourist travel there are a few health checks U. S. border officials look for signs of illness and may take temperatures if they think it's necessary but there are concerns the virus is moving back and forth across this border health care professionals at Scripps mercy in southern California say roughly forty percent of that patients have crossed the border in recent weeks more than one million Americans to live in Mexico many of them are in cities just south of the California border those cities have been hit hard by corona virus than almost anywhere else in Mexico in Italy there is emerging evidence about long term long problems for recovering coronavirus patients ABC news correspondent Meghan Williams has more tell your government's technical scientific committee warns people who recover from cobit nineteen could have respiratory problems for months afterwards as Italy's top soccer teams resume training well over a dozen players have tested positive for coronavirus Italian doctors have found many patients who are hospitalized or intubated have respiratory problems that can last for months thirty percent of recovered patients in Italy have shown the few signs of pulmonary fibrosis scars on a long tissue that come with an irreversible compromising of breeding capability Meghan Williams ABC news wrong seven forty nine here.
"ian burrell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"With a new covert nineteen patient your life it says besides that it's going to expand health equity the discrepancies we've seen with covered nineteen and are African American and Latin X. communities didn't just start with this disease as we all know they are in fact the direct result of generations of disinvestment and they collect that express themselves most recently in the pre existing conditions covered nineteen preys upon contact tracers a learned twenty Bucks an hour of their supervisors at least twenty four for more information go to Chicago dot gov slash coronavirus Chicago's top job David Brown talking about the weekend gun violence that killed ten and wounded thirty nine it was the deadliest Memorial Day weekend in five years he blamed it on gang and drug activity and says the corona virus pandemic is also a factor people are feeling restless after being cooped up for weeks brown says police recovered over two hundred and sixteen illegal guns six eighty six gun arrests they also issued more than three hundred group dispersal orders every day of the weekend for the first two months driver services facilities are going to be focusing on those whose licenses have expired ID cards vehicle registration as well as teens getting their first license those as secretary of state's office spokesperson Dave Drucker tablets smartphones those groups for June and July are and we would ask that the people that don't have later dates aren't expiring in the near future to hold off until the closer to the time frame there are currently more than seven hundred thousand expired Illinois driver's licenses and ID cards at nearly two million expired vehicle registrations demonstrators were dispersed with tear gas in Minneapolis tonight demonstrated against the death of an unarmed black man at the hands of police officers according to a video that surfaced this week George Floyd was pinned down by a white police officer others soon joined in at one point in the video you can hear someone presumably followed saying I can't breathe the four officers who were associated with the incident fired Floyd's roommate album Monado says he didn't find out about the death until it went viral on social media but remembers his friend he's always laughing joking around use of you know god fearing things like that ET readers of scripture there once in awhile in the environment has B. ms Elizabeth how second only to the U. S. and the number of cases of covert nineteen hospitals they're overwhelmed the trump administration a travel ban begins for people coming to this country from Brazil tonight ABC's senior foreign correspondent Ian Burrell the countdown to a midnight ban is travelers in Brazil scramble the country is the world's new hopefuls second only to the U. S. in confirmed cases the White House now pushing through the travel ban two days ahead of schedule the US citizens are exempt Amtrak is struggling with a corona virus and that's going to have an impact on the people who work for the railroad the Wall Street journal reporting Amtrak is going to cut eighteen thousand members going to cut twenty percent of its eighteen thousand member work force in the new budget year ridership and ticket revenue was down ninety five percent during the pandemic a memo obtained by the journal says the transit company expects twenty twenty one ridership to be only about half of what it was before the covert nineteen outbreak the minority leader in the state house Jim Durkin says it's notable that the legislature didn't address anything relating to corruption especially in light of what happened earlier this year during their just ended special session it was about two months ago the the names of similar Sandoval represent of a royal were out everybody's not gonna clean up Springfield didn't touch it down here we didn't touch it the three days pass all kinds of other stuff thirteen was aghast on this afternoon's roe Conn show all state planning to extend its rebate program we get more on that from WGN Steve Burr trend all more and more of us are beginning to drive most of us still aren't in all states says it will continue its rebate plan through next month once it's done the Northbrook based insurance company says it will have returned about a billion dollars in premiums most policyholders received about fifteen percent back in April and may some of all states competitors have made similar announcements Stever trend WGN news now WGN sports the NHL's as it's going to abandon the rest of its regular season and go right into the playoffs with twenty four teams but there is a big if if they're able to resume skating commissioner Gary Bettman says that what they are what they decided to do is not a guarantee of the games will return to the league and the players union still after work out safety protocols and other issues including where to play and to host cities under the expanded format the top four teams in each conference we'll play for seed positions while the other sixteen of which the Blackhawks are in that number will face off in best of five series the league has been on the shelf since March right now it's eighty three at o'hare eighty four at midway it is seventy five in dekalb eighty one in Valparaiso and sixty nine degrees at the lake front I'm David Jennings on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN and now it's game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow can go without talking about insurance ready to go so the the weather is just all over the place lately right one day it's hot the next day at the it was windy.
"ian burrell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Texas thirteen hundred people waiting in line for a water park re opening without the governor's approval many not wearing masks the same trend seen on California's beaches despite sunbathing bands and math requirements Minnesota loosening the restrictions on allowing religious services to resume despite the fact that the authorities believe the state is not yet reached its peak number of cases of murder Tim walls making the announcement at a press conference allowing houses of worship to re open at twenty five percent of their normal capacity many of these congregations have gone to great lengths to think about this I would also like to say many have made a choice and will continue to make the choice to not open for large gatherings and to continue like my parish of pilgrim Lucerne ought to continue to do things virtually the state has more than nineteen thousand cases and over eight hundred and fifty deaths but walls says the pecan coronavirus cases is not expected to come until the summer there is a new epicenter for the corona virus pandemic on planet earth and it's Brazil or hospitals report being overwhelmed and authorities now digging mass graveyards the head of the CDC and the US says what he has seen their raises concern about a second wave hitting the United States ABC senior foreign correspondent Ian Burrell specials report being over run in graveyards force to expand U. S. CDC director saying we'll be seeing in Brazil raises his concern about the second wave hitting American many politicians in Brazil blaming president Bolsonaro for downplaying the threat cooling could be nineteen a little flu while ordinary Brazilians struggled with life and death.
"ian burrell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of meaningful criminal justice reform and the status quo that wanted to see things the way that they are challengers don't agree with that among them former cook county and federal prosecutor Donna more Misbach still isn't telling us the truth about what happened in that case and that's why the people have lost confidence in her administration because when you blow a big case people don't trust you on any other case the other two challengers are Bob Fioretti and another former prosecutor from cook county bill Conway Boeing confirming that debris has been found in the fuel tanks of seventy percent of its grounded seven thirty seven Max jets that have so far been inspected by the company and they planned this up up those inspections now liberate founded thirty five out of about fifty planes that have been checked so far Boeing has built four hundred seven thirty seven matches in the past year but because the planes have been grounded we have been able deliver any of them to their customers there are growing concerns of a possible corona virus pandemic after an outbreak of more than four hundred cases in South Korea the virus officially known as C. O. V. I. D. dash nineteen has been linked by south Korean authorities to a single religious sect they're now racing to contain the spread they've been spraying streets and testing thousands of people responded Ian Burrell reports from Seoul south Korea's capital city the World Health Organization says could be nineteen has killed more than two thousand three hundred people with more than seventy seven thousand cases and warning that the window of opportunity is narrowing to contain the outbreak there is a new outbreak that has developed in northern Italy authorities have placed a dozen towns there on literal lock down churches businesses public offices all the been closed Bernie Sanders celebrated his win in the Nevada caucus Saturday night he did it in Texas where he was campaigning in the Lone Star state he was talking about the plans he is god if he winds up winning the nomination and the White House we.
"ian burrell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here dedicated day in and day in and day out they take off work they do with juggling their schedule just to be here with their children and the love and dedication they have for their children is really inspiring to bridge says the way children fight when they are in the hospital to get better should provide us all of what is really important it looks like the house may not be done with impeachment articles against president from there could be more attorney for the house Judiciary Committee says those new charges could come a former White House counsel don began testifies and reveals new evidence Washington is on alert after North Korea warned the US of a possible Christmas present with new satellite imagery showing construction in a north Korean site used to launch long range missiles broth Korean action is god the sharp rebuke from former White House national security adviser John Bolton ABC's Motta R. D. in an interview that CIOS former national security adviser John Bolton accused president trump of quote bluffing on his policy toward North Korea both the news advocated for a more aggressive approach for the country says of North Korea follows through with their Christmas the ride the White House has to do something that quote would be very unusual for this administration and that they met they got it wrong a mockery and a wide watch that is what human rights groups are saying about five people being sentenced to death of Saudi Arabia for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was a Washington post columnist and U. S. resident ABC's Ian Burrell has more for the foreign desk in London the CIA's determine the mood was likely carried absolutists from crown prince Mohammed bin so man but he denies it telling sixty minutes that absolutely not this was a heinous crime can the court ruled there was no prior intention to kill but the publisher of The Washington Post is now blasting the trial as a sham Saudi Arabia has claimed she show G. as Saudi board critic of the kingdom's royal family was last seen walking into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last year now WGN sports doubles beat the Blackhawks last night seven to one the hawks are off until Friday they will host the islanders Chris bowed as your pre game at seven o'clock in the.
"ian burrell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Says the way children fight when they are in the hospital to get better should provide us all of what is really important it looks like the house may not be done with impeachment articles against president from there could be more attorney for the house Judiciary Committee says those new charges could come if former White House counsel don began testifies and reveals new evidence Washington is on alert after North Korea warned the US of a possible Christmas present with new satellite imagery showing construction in a north Korean site used to launch long range missiles but north Korean action is god the sharp rebuke from former White House national security adviser John Bolton ABC's moda Addi in an interview without CEOs former national security adviser John Bolton accused president trump of quote bluffing on his policy toward North Korea both the news advocated for a more aggressive approach toward the country says of North Korea follows through with their Christmas threat the White House has to do something that quote would be very unusual for this administration and that they met they got it wrong a mockery and a wide watch that is what human rights groups are saying about five people being sentenced to death of Saudi Arabia for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was a Washington post columnist and U. S. resident ABC's Ian Burrell has more for the foreign desk in London this C. I. A.'s determine the mood was likely carried out soldiers from crown prince Mohammed bin so man but he denies it telling sixty minutes let absolutely not this was a heinous crime can the court ruled there was no prior intention to kill but the publisher of The Washington Post is now blasting the trial as a sham Saudi Arabia has claimed she show G. as Saudi born critic of the kingdom's royal family was last seen walking into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last year now WGN sports doubles beat the Blackhawks last night seven to one the hawks are off until Friday they will host the islanders Chris bowed as your pre game at seven o'clock in the face off.
"ian burrell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Bring confidence back to the Boeing brand we asked doctor Joseph sweeter better transportation expert and a professor at DePaul University right now I think everybody is looking for more candor on Boeing's part a greater sense of acknowledgement to why the missteps took place and so much soap operas developed around the share plan that new leader might bring some you know just the clarity to where the companies had a struggling retailer and formerly Hoffman estates based Sears is sold off another one of his exclusive brands advance auto parts acquiring the Die Hard brand from transformer hold co L. L. C. the company that owns here's the deal said to be worth about two hundred million advance will now have the right to sell Die Hard car batteries two years ago you'll recall that Sears sold its exclusive crass been bred to Stanley black and decker in a deal worth nine hundred million Sears is closing another one hundred stores by February leaving less than two hundred Sears and Kmart stores in operation nationwide it appears the house of representatives may not be done with articles of impeachment against president trump an attorney for the house Judiciary Committee says more charges might be added a former White House counsel don began testifies and reveals a new evidence Washington is on high alert after North Korea warned the US of a possible quote Christmas present as new satellite images show construction at a north Korean site used to launch long range missiles the north Korean actions of earned a sharp rebuke from a former top trump administration official was criticized the president's policy toward Pyongyang there's two week here's ABC's Mona obviated interview without CEOs former national security adviser John Bolton accused president trump of quote bluffing on his policy toward North Korea both the news advocated for a more aggressive approach for the country says of North Korea follows through with their Christmas threat the White House has to do something that quote would be very unusual for this administration and that's admit they got it wrong a mockery and a wide wash that's what human rights groups are calling the sentences of five people who've been condemned to death in Saudi Arabia for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi a Washington post columnist and U. S. resident ABC's Ian Burrell is of the foreign desk in London the CIA's determine the mood was likely carried out soldiers from crown prince Mohammed bin so man but he denies it telling sixty minutes let absolutely not this was a heinous crime can the court ruled there was no prior intention to kill but the publisher of The Washington Post is now blasting the trial as a sham the Saudi government has claimed that Jim was Saudi government is claimed to show G. is set up the Saudi government has claimed that can show G. was last seen walking into their consulate in Istanbul last year our server is in stable condition after being attacked by a shark off the California coast over the weekend ABC's Marcus Morris says the man serving Barbara formally wife guard jumped into action as the Coast Guard rushed to the scene the call came in from a boat northwest of Santa Rosa island about thirty miles south of Santa Barbara where Adam Cruz surfing partner had applied a tourniquet to his leg to stop the bleeding calls have been surfing near the boat when the shark attacked and biting right through his wetsuit surfboard demolish pieces of it cutting is space a cook county judge said bother three hundred thousand dollars Monday for a man from Beverly he was arrested after gunmen wounded thirteen people at a weekend Memorial party in Englewood Marciano white is charged with unlawful use of a weapon and being an armed habitual criminal now WGN sports lousy night for the hawks the devils beat him seven to one hawks have some time to lick their wounds they're back on the ice Friday they'll host the islanders the pre game Friday night.