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'Fiery but Mostly Peaceful' Author Julio Rosas on Frontline Journalism

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 7 months ago

'Fiery but Mostly Peaceful' Author Julio Rosas on Frontline Journalism

"We have a really good guess with us right now. Fiery but mostly peaceful is the name of the book by Julio rosas and he's doing a wonderful job and again it's called fiery but mostly peaceful one of the best frontline journalists in the country a legitimate journalist unlike the people at The New York Times The Washington Post. Julio, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thanks for having me. So Julio, tell us about your book. Tell us about kind of being on the front lines and being an actual journalist. And we'll go from there. Yeah, so I mean, I started covering the riots in 2020 when everything popped off in late May. And it initially my thought was, okay, I'm just going to cover Minneapolis and then that'll be it. But then I went to Seattle to cover chaz that whole little experiment that happened in Seattle. I went to Atlanta, Washington D.C. where I'm based out of and it just kept happening. And then it shifted from, oh, so this is going to stop to. What is it going to stop? And it reaches a point to where not only was I obviously seeing the devastation and destruction that BLM and Nancy varieties were bringing to American cities. But then at the other half of it was, well, the media was really downplaying or trying to excuse or trying to justify what was happening because of who was committing the violent acts and it was kind of well the ends justified the means or you're not really you're focusing on the wrong things by focusing on business owners who have their places destroyed. You know, this is what really matters. And for me, it's really, I take really big offense to that because like I said, I was seeing this firsthand and the city after city. And more importantly, people were innocent people who had nothing to do with, for example, a George Floyd or Jacob Blake in Kenosha. They were suffering. These were just ordinary Americans. A lot of them were already struggling with the effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns. And now this was being thrown on top of it, and then the people in power, both within the media class and political class saying, well, it doesn't really

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Does Jenna Ellis Have a Renewed Faith Following Kyle Rittenhouse Trial?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Does Jenna Ellis Have a Renewed Faith Following Kyle Rittenhouse Trial?

"To just double down on one of your points there about the jury This was brave to do this These people are not living in a bubble They've not been sequestered Yes they've been told don't speak about the case avoid media Listen they're human beings Clearly whether by osmosis or what you know ESP whatever it is they know what's going on They're not dumb They live in Kenosha They knew the heat around the Jacob Blake case and the heat that happened afterwards that led to this since it would rittenhouse They could have been intimidated would be quite human to say you know gosh I don't want to live the rest of my life worrying about someone staring over my shoulder 'cause I was a juror They know the media pressure This was brave and let me ask you this Does it reestablish your faith in this great country I'm kind of torn on this because you and I both know this kid shouldn't have been in the court in the first place There was never any even reasonable suspicion that this kid did any of this Right and you know and especially after we saw the MSNBC reporter follow the jury bus last night I mean these guys the jury knew what was going on at least in the sense that they know the public pressure on this they see the cameras in the courtroom They see it filled with reporters That's not typical for a trial It would have been easy to cave to that pressure but this is it doesn't establish where establish my faith in the system per se in the sense that the prosecutor should have never brought these charges to begin with They should have looked at the evidence gone where the evidence led The prosecutors are the one here who were cowards They were cowards and it took a jury of 12 of Kyle's peers Average ordinary Americans who aren't part of the establishment aren't part of the system they stood up and they said no and that's exactly what our founders envisioned when they said you have a right to a jury of your peers Average Americans who understand what justice requires and they're not caught up in politics and political pressure like these ridiculous idiot

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Self-Defense Expert Andrew Branca Describes His Greatest Frustration With the Rittenhouse Case

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Self-Defense Expert Andrew Branca Describes His Greatest Frustration With the Rittenhouse Case

"With us is an expert and someone who is terrific and came highly recommended from the wonderful Jack the Soviet is Andrew Branca from law of self defense dot com Andrew welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. You have been terrific, explaining this case. What has been your greatest frustration and how the media has covered the rittenhouse case from your from your perspective and knowing the law as it pertains to self defense? Well, of course, the media is largely the propaganda arm of the political left in America. So they, with all these politicized cases, they rapidly develop a false narrative about what happened. And narrative that if it were true, would outrage anybody, but it's not true. They do this with Zimmerman. They do this with Jacob Blake. They do this with George Floyd. They do this with another Kyle rittenhouse case. And unfortunately, normal human beings only know what they perceive in their environment. They only know the information that's presented to them. And of all they see is the news media propaganda. Well, that's what they're going to believe. So people believe, for example, that Jacob Blake was shot in the back 7 times for no good reason when in fact he was armed with a knife and getting into a car with children in it. Being non compliant with lawful arrest. People, for some reason, believe that Kyle rittenhouse was an active shooter who shot a bunch of black people at a protest. None of that ever happened. Kyle rittenhouse never shot anyone who wasn't actively attacking him with deadly force. But you see people on Twitter, over the course of this trial, shocked to discover that what they thought had happened was not at all

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After final word from attorneys, Rittenhouse jury takes over

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

After final word from attorneys, Rittenhouse jury takes over

"Closing arguments in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse accused of killing two men and wounding another at a police brutality protest in Kenosha Wisconsin are set to begin today with the jury getting the case after the eighteen year old faces charges ranging from intentional homicide punishable by life in prison to an underage weapons charge that could mean a few months in jail if convicted he was seventeen at the time the case raised questions about racial justice policing firearms and white privilege that polarized people Rittenhouse sobbed as he testified he acted in self defense saying he feared for his life last year during a night of unrest following the shooting death by police of Jacob Blake a black man Rittenhouse is white so were his victims prosecutors paint him as a vigilante who came to the protest with a rifle to provoke a response with the verdict near the governor put five hundred National Guard on standby I'm Julie Walker

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The Media Wants You to Believe Kyle Rittenhouse Shot Black People

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

The Media Wants You to Believe Kyle Rittenhouse Shot Black People

"Jennifer horn, are you there? I am here happy birthday to the marines and happy Wednesday to you, said. Happy happy Wednesday to you as well. I don't know. You work incredibly hard, hardest working lady on radio as you also keep. What's his face grant stinchfield under control every morning is you're hosting the morning answer on a.m. 5 98, 8 70 the answer. However, I don't know what you do after this show as have you been keeping a beady eye on the Kyle rittenhouse trial? Is this insane? What a couple of twists that we've seen over the last couple of days. And you know what? What really struck me said is that we heard about this obviously after Jacob Blake and Kenosha and 2020, that was the year where we heard about this. And the media convicted him on day one. They made fun of Ricky Schroder and all the people who stood up for Kyle rittenhouse that they were just a bunch of white supremacy. Even the president himself, Biden called him a white supremacist. Do you know what really struck me? And I'm almost embarrassed to admit this because you know I keep up with the news like crazy. Yes. As I was kind of going through as this trial got underway, what was the last week? Probably. I was just going through and just refreshing everything in my mind. And I looked at the victims and the victims were all white. Now, hang on hang on. You don't forget don't forget. White wife beat us and child rapists. Don't forget. Yeah, yeah. And you know, I pride myself on staying afloat on most of the stuff. Especially these big stories I really try to stay up to date. In my mind, he shot at black people, he didn't shoot at white people. He shot a black people. This is why the media convicted him and said he was a white supremacist because he went in with an AR-15 to go hunting for black people. That was the impression that the news media gave us. That was what was in people's minds. I still think people believe that he shot three black people. And he

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"jacob blake" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Over the police Shooting of Jacob Blake in the summer of 2020 Witness testimony wrapped up Thursday after a total of 31 witnesses took the stand The National Guard is on standby in the event of any unrest when the verdict comes in But before that happens the judge must still rule on the request of the prosecution to allow the jury to consider lesser charges in the case Britney Spears is celebrating her newfound freedom after a California judge ended her 13 yearlong conservatorship on Friday Her attorney spoke out following the decision Brittany as of today is a free woman and she's an independent woman and the rest with her support system will be up to Brittany Spears had been under the conservatorship for 13 years until LA county superior court judge Brenda penny ended the court ordered arrangement Florida lawmakers returned to Tallahassee Monday for a special session called by governor Ron DeSantis Brad Siegel reports The special session is designed to defy the Biden administration's vaccine mandates for larger businesses a measure is expected to pass along party lines The governor has called the mandates unconstitutional and an overreach setting up a situation where companies may have to choose between following federal or state law Florida is among several mostly Republican led states suing to block the new rules put on hold temporarily by a federal appeals court They require companies with a hundred or more employees to make sure workers are vaccinated against COVID-19 or test negative once a week And former Trump adviser Steve Bannon is expected to turn himself in on Monday after being indicted for contempt of Congress I'm Jim Forbes Joan esposito.

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CNN's Chris Cuomo and 660AM The Answer's Mark Davis Have a Civil Conversation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

CNN's Chris Cuomo and 660AM The Answer's Mark Davis Have a Civil Conversation

"But these guys on CNN are hard to hard to stomach. And yet there can be moments of civility and disagreement without really being disagreeable. Last night, Mark Davis, morning host on 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas appeared again with Chris Cuomo to talk about the Kyle rittenhouse case. Here's how it went. Let's bring in conservative radio host Mark Davis from 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas Fort Worth. It's good to see you. Not to seem prejudicial, but one step sideways. This is Veterans Day. Your father would have been 90 years old. He was a 20 year vet in the air force. Thank you for his service and thank you family for it. Man, thank you guys for you and the staff are clearly reading why Twitter feed on a number of levels. And I so appreciate it. Thank you, Chris. All right. Well, we're human first. Now let's have the discussion here. Do I have it right that you don't believe rittenhouse should be on trial that you believe he did the right thing going there? And that he did the right thing in the face of imminent threat of his own life. Now that I've seen the evidence and what a crazy thing that is waiting to see the evidence I strongly encourage it, I believe this does belong on the list of events where and you'll see them often, where something happens. Somebody's in their home. They take some action in self defense. A number of things that speak of self defense. And the authorities look at this and they say, you know, this really does look like self defense and maybe we don't even prosecute in this case. I believe this smacks of exactly that, and you are also correct in giving voice to my suggestion that in taking just 48 hours to reach this decision that this prosecution, which is clearly flailing is absolutely responding to the streets of Kenosha, which were demanding and a lot of voices, many of whom you've been hearing tonight or just demanding this kid's head on a platter because to not do so would seem to be insensitive to the Jacob Blake

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The Media So Badly Wants Kyle Rittenhouse to Be Guilty

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | 1 year ago

The Media So Badly Wants Kyle Rittenhouse to Be Guilty

"Chris Hayes, on MSNBC says, do we want a society in which political conflict is settled on the streets between people with guns? One of which everyone is armed and can therefore view the other person as a plausible threat. Let's just take a timeout. Why was this a problem? It was a problem because the police were not doing their job, and because the National Guard was not deployed by governor Evers, all under the series of Floyd palooza were Jacob Blake was killed and I don't think Jacob Blake was killed. He was just shot, right? He was paralyzed? Is that right? Shot in Kenosha, therefore, we say, well we got a lot of destroy. We gotta let him get it out of their system. Play cut 84. If you're watching this in your gun owner or someone who considers yourself a defender of the Second Amendment abstractly, right? Ask yourself, do we want a society in which political conflict is settled on the streets between people with guns? One in which everyone is armed and can therefore view the other people armed as a plausible threat. And that's not even what this is not even close to what that's about. Instead, it's a simple case of self defense, but the media wants so badly. Kyle rittenhouse to be guilty because all they have is the narrative. All they have is the narrative is that white people are walking on the streets trying to murder black

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Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:35 min | 1 year ago

Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

"With us as a friend of mine and I think you could call him the resident Catholic contributor. He's a godly man. He's patriotic courageous. You know him as Jack pass sobic from human events daily brought to you by turning point USA. Jack, there's a lot I want to talk to you about. Good to see you. And but let's start with kind of how your honorable fixation has honestly made me more interested and let's say fixated on the Kyle rittenhouse story. A lot of our listeners don't have a lot of they're not really aware of what's happening. This is not being covered as much as the Floyd saga. Let's start from the beginning. What happened? Who is Kyle rittenhouse? What is he charged with? Just start from the beginning and then we'll work through the current. Yeah, sure, no, thanks, Charlie, and appreciate the intro there. So what happened with Kyle rittenhouse? You have to go back to the summer of rage of 2020. Florida palus. Right. That was exactly. That was peppered throughout with these ubiquitous protests during the day and then riots looting arson at night. And in one of the cities, actually a small city called Kenosha, Wisconsin about an hour north of Chicago about an hour south of Milwaukee right in between. Following the police shooting of a criminal named Jacob Blake, who charged a police officer with an extended knife. There were multiple nights of rioting, looting and arson, the descendant upon this town from people who, by the way, mostly, were not actually from Kenosha Wisconsin. They were again, as I mentioned from Milwaukee and Chicago. This is in between them. And so on night three of this, you've got people that are scared out of their minds in the community. You've got people and we heard this in jury selection that were going into the local churches with their families to say, maybe if we go in here, we'll be safe because hopefully they won't attack a church. That's how bad it got in the village of Kenosha that night by night three. So Kyle rittenhouse was at the time 17 years old. He was about 15 minutes away, drove in with his friend and some others who had been asked to be there. To help protect the town, Kyle worked as a lifeguard in Kenosha. He had also been around there earlier that day, scrubbing off graffiti from the walls, right? By all intents and purposes we know that this is a guy who was there who cares about his hometown of use this as his hometown and wants to do the right thing doesn't like to see these roving bands of marauders coming through this. Well, as the night continues, the Nike continues Kyle's there. He's trying to offer medical aid to people on both sides, by the way, running around saying, does anyone need medical? Does anyone need this? He does have an AR-15 style rifle in order to defend himself. But for the most part of the night, he's not carrying that is kind of strapped on, but he's carrying a fire extinguisher to help put out fires at this car lot, as car dealership that has been attacked by these arsonists. So at one point, he hears about a car lot that's going off. This is a business that is multiple lots around town. So he's running to go put out the fire while carrying a fire extinguisher. Multiple members of this mob see him target him and begin chasing him through the street and then through the parking lot and at one point we just saw an HD footage today for the very first time. One of the assailants actually reaches for his gun after cornering tile in between a group of parked cars and at that point Kyle take steps to defend himself.

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Kyle Rittenhouse trial: Jury selection begins as judge tells potential jurors, 'This is not a political trial'

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Kyle Rittenhouse trial: Jury selection begins as judge tells potential jurors, 'This is not a political trial'

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a jury is seated for the homicide trial of Kyle Rittenhouse in Wisconsin a jury has been selected for the homicide trial of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha Wisconsin after just one day twenty people twelve jurors and eight alternates were selected to hear the trial of Rittenhouse who opened fire with an A. R. fifteen style semi automatic rifle in August twenty twenty killing two men and wounding a third the shooting occurred after unrest broke out following the shooting and wounding of Jacob Blake a black man by a white Kenosha police officer lawyers for Rittenhouse will argue he acted in self defense while seen by many as another referendum on race and the legal system in America Rittenhouse is white as were those he shot hi

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Justice Department won't charge officer who shot Jacob Blake

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department won't charge officer who shot Jacob Blake

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting federal authorities will not seek charges against a police officer in the Jacob bleak shooting the justice department has announced a no federal charges will be filed against a white Kenosha Wisconsin police officer who shot and paralyzed the black suspect Jacob lake last year the shooting triggered several nights of protests that included an Illinois man shooting three people killing two the justice department determined there wasn't enough evidence to prove officer Rustin Chesky used excessive force or violated Blake civil rights the federal findings mirrored a determination by the Kenosha county district attorney in January in August twenty twenty can OSHA officers responded to a call from a woman who said her boyfriend wasn't supposed to be at her home when officers arrived the woman told them Blake was trying to take her children and her S. U. V. Blake resisted as officers tried to take him into custody and was subsequently shot hi

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Wisconsin Cop Who Shot Jacob Blake Had Service Weapon Stolen

Wisconsin's Weekend Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Cop Who Shot Jacob Blake Had Service Weapon Stolen

"Shooting. Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake suspended for three days this year because the service weapon was stolen just several weeks after the shooting, Investigators say. Officer Rustin Chesky reported on in September that his service weapon had been stolen that day, apparently inside his girlfriend's car. It was not investigated until recently, the

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NBA Ready for Impact of Chauvin Verdict

KILF Morning New Podcast

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

NBA Ready for Impact of Chauvin Verdict

"And the nba now has instructed teams to be vigilant about the impact of potential verdict on the possibility of game postponements. The minnesota timberwolves in brooklyn nets postponed a game last week after the police shooting of an unarmed black man dante right during a traffic stop in brooklyn center minnesota the nba wnba postponed full slate of playoff games. You may remember after another black man. Jacob blake bush. Shot by police in kenosha wisconsin

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Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake Won't Face Discipline

WBZ Midday News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake Won't Face Discipline

"The Kenosha, Wisconsin police officer who shot Jacob Blake returned to active duty two weeks ago. Now, after an internal review. Officials say he won't face discipline either. W Day GT TVs Marc Stevens on the story. We are outraged. Jacob Blake's uncle, Justin says Racism is the on Lee Reason, Officer Rustin Chesky is back on duty. It's unconscionable, the Kenosha chief saying in a statement. The only lawful and appropriate decision was made. Chesky has been on leave for nearly eight months after shooting Jacob Blake in the back last August. Blake was armed with a knife and Chesky was one of the officers responding to a domestic Islands call shooting paralyzed. Blake, The district attorney declined to bring charges against Chesky in January. But the internal Kenosha police review continued. The chief said officers Chesky was found to be acting within policy and will not be subjected to discipline. When the officer shot Blake fatally in the back three of us his Children were in the back seat of his vehicle at the

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Kenosha Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake Won't Face Discipline

Clark Howard

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Kenosha Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake Won't Face Discipline

"Killed. No suspects are in custody and down in Kenosha office Arrested Chesky is now off of administrative, leaving back on active duty after he was not charged and not found of any wrong doings in the shooting of Jacob Blake that left him paralyzed last summer, according to police chief Daniel Miskin ish husky was investigated on multiple levels. It was found that he acted within the law while being consistent with his training. The skin is acknowledging that many will not be pleased with this decision. But he says Officer Cesky will

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Kenosha Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake Won't Face Discipline

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Kenosha Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake Won't Face Discipline

"Shot in paralyzed Jacob Blake last year, will not be disciplined for the shooting. In a statement, the department says Officer Rustin Chesky added with acted within the law and followed his training when he shop like multiple times in the back. Lake, who is black, was reaching into his car. When the white officer opened fire earlier this year. Prosecutors declined to charge dusky, saying they could not disprove his self defense claim. The shooting sparked outrage in two days of street demonstrations. After the video was posted on social media. This is W be easy support for

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Jacob Blake files excessive force lawsuit against cop who shot him

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Jacob Blake files excessive force lawsuit against cop who shot him

"Shot by a police officer in August has filed a lawsuit. CBS is Jennifer Keiper. Jacob Lake was paralyzed after the Shot by Kenosha, Wisconsin police officer Rustin Chesky. It stemmed from a domestic dispute and the arrest of Blake on an outstanding warrant. Blakes federal complaint against Cesky says the officer used excessive force and put his Children and imminent danger from being hit by gunfire or ricochet bullets. It seeks unspecified damages like was shot as he was getting into his car. His Children were waiting for him there inside.

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Wisconsin prosecutors seek arrest of Kyle Rittenhouse

Morning Edition

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Wisconsin prosecutors seek arrest of Kyle Rittenhouse

"In Kenosha, Wisconsin, are seeking a new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse, alleging he's violated the terms of his release. Wisconsin Public Radio's Corinne has reports written House is charged with killing two people and wounding a third during protests in Kenosha last summer. Prosecutors say they sent a hearing notice two written houses Illinois home, but it was returned. They later they're in the teaching world moved in mid December, violating the rules of his bail agreement. Written houses. Attorney says the family moved to a safe house because they've received death threats. Written House's case has become a national flashpoint. He was released on bail in November after his $2 million bond was paid by what prosecutors call Dubious Internet fundraising campaign. Some have condemned the 18 year old for killing two men and injuring a third during a black Lives matter rally following the shooting of Jacob Blake. Others, including Donald Trump, have rallied behind him. For

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Prosecutors request arrest warrant after Kyle Rittenhouse accused of violating bond

John Landecker

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecutors request arrest warrant after Kyle Rittenhouse accused of violating bond

"Coming up. The prosecutors in Wisconsin are asking for an arrest warrant for Kyle written house. He's the Antioch teenager accused of fatally shooting two people in Kenosha and of shooting and wounding a third during protests sparked by the Kenosha police involved shooting of Jacob Blake He's now accused of violating the terms of his $2 million bond. Prosecutors say detectives went to the address written house had listed on his body and found no longer lives there. The written house's lawyers have since released a statement saying in part, Britain House and his family have been living in a safe house because of death threats. Written

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"jacob blake" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"We get to watch the courtney experience. He's going to get a lot of attention love because he's going to be playing tons of minutes learning on the fly and he was a player who came out very very highly rated in the in in high school took a step back when he was at north carolina. So maybe he can kind of recapture some of that That juice that he had earlier in his life and we'll see how that goes for them. You know another team right now. Overflowing with juice would be the new york knicks michael. Can you explain this to me please. Because i've watched them a couple of times. I mean last night austin rivers just goes on conscience because like fourteen points in the final five minutes and then like that can't miss a shot and just completely sleighs utah jazz. I mean dominates the late game head to head duel with donovan mitchell. If you can believe that so probably not a sustainable winning strategy for that to be there. How they want to approach and games to put it mildly. But new york's been playing very well very hard to a nice start with their record. How do you explain this. What is going on is thibodeau a genius. or what. what is your Was your top three bullet points for new. York's getting this done. I mean so. I guess you gotta look at the differences between this year and last year. yet tibbs is the head coach now and they're playing like a time coach team. They have the seventh best defense in the league granted. They're getting a ton of luck from the three point line where they're giving up a ton and guys just aren't making wide open ones as was the case. I don't know if you saw that jazz knicks game last night but the jazz had a ton of open threes. that just didn't fall throughout the night boy on man he's killing me man. Yeah he had a couple of key words just yet up. Yup yup yup and then like the i think the other like number one thing we associate with With tibbs is just running guys into the ground if you look at the minutes numbers No players are averaging more minutes than julius randle and rj barrett So tips playing his best players a lot of minutes and just underscore that one real quick. Last night we would say fairly meaningless game against the jazz. I mean it's early. January random place forty mitchell robinson plays forty one elephant peyton place forty two. I mean come on. It's ridiculous But like randall players in this team. I'm still skeptical of including julius randle but like his numbers. You just can't argue with You know his shooting is what it is still not a good shooter. I don't think he ever will be. But you know as the per game. Numbers are just like eye-popping twenty two in twelve seven every night and he's making better decisions playmakers assist rate is way up And like when you have a player like that who's just so much better than the guy who was on the team last season in every other year of his career honestly like they're half court offense which was a total disaster. Last season goes up to like competent. It's not that good but it's competent And alfred payton who you just mentioned balling and making threes and getting to the basket will and mitchell robinson honestly looked like it's just a cheaper version of rudy gobert last night and has throughout the entire season. And so you couple that. With like if the occasional austin rivers fireworks display. And you're going to win some games that maybe you should've lost and so i still don't think that this team is going to make the playoffs or or compete in the play in tournament or anything like that..

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"jacob blake" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"How did you think that was handled. And then what did you make of. What jalen brown and jason. Tatum had to say after that game. I thought you know the most reliable guy in the league right now. It feels like is jaylen brown when it comes to these issues i mean i thought he came through You know big time with his comments again. Had i mean jalen is just total. He's a vanguard for this movement. One hundred percent. The league needs him. Players need him. I guess this country needs him very sadly to speak out on these issues as often as he does eloquently as he does. I mean all in all like the the I feel like the pre-game forms of protests performative forms of protests there was the kneeling and milwaukee against the the bucks and the pistons The the hand holding around mid court between the phoenix suns and the toronto raptors The the the joint letter that you were referring between miami and boston and you know these actions. We talked at length about them When teams and players were engaged in the bubble and what they do. Is they bring visibility to accomplish. The apparently still needs it because You know. I wrote a column about all of this for sl at around one. Am i wrote it. Because i couldn't go to bed but You know the heartbeat of racism is denial and right now like denial is still so omnipresent in this country when it comes to how a certain segment is treated and so i think there is a sincere value in what nba players are doing and when they speak publicly about it and they're zoom press conferences. I already cited dream on kawhi. Leonard spoke Jalen spoke Next to tatum tyler. Halliburton had a really nice things to say lloyd. Pierce obviously was a master on the subject. Doc rivers just like the usual cast of characters. But that i it's it's it's exhausting to continuously. Say these things in public and be asked about them. I can only imagine what that feels like. But it's necessary and i'm really happy that Nba players are stepping up. When when they need to. Frankly yeah. With jalen quote it was just basically the idea of to america citing back to martin luther king junior and i feel like this was the perfect time For that quote because of what you said where. Everyone's looking at the law enforcement response in dc last summer where there's tear gas where there's you know basically violent clashes and all that stuff and then you're you're watching on television and people are just sort of being walked out of the building you know. Or they're almost like celebrating as they're leaving with various artifacts of the looting. You're just saying like wait a minute. What's going on here in terms of that protest in In milwaukee with the bucks pistons so just to kind of walk through what they did there. It wasn't really a pre-game scene. They waited until they did. The jump. ball The bucks won the john ball. Janas pasta basketball out of bounds. Everybody on the court took a knee in the coaches also. Took a knee as well. Milwaukee's coaches then detroit inbound the basketball to blake griffin rather than continuing the game. He decided to take a knee and throws the ball back out of bounds. Essentially giving possession back to milwaukee 'cause they had won the tip and then they go forward with the game It's unusual it was different. I also feel like these players are trying to come up with new ways to protest because they've been dealing with so many things here over the last year that they've got to kind of dig deep into their plans of of ways. They can express their frustration. What did you make of that scene. I thought it was striking because it happened within the game right. It almost reminded me at times..

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"jacob blake" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"No i mean the way. I see it as like this could be the beginning of the end of a very dark period last gasp as you say could be the end of like the beginning of what america was from. I don't even know how many what target dates. We wanna use nineteen sixty eight to two thousand fourteen or whatever i don't even know but it's just I mean it's gross and the photographs that you see the looting the rioting from people who had absolutely no sympathy to the public displays of frustration by black-americans throughout the summer And you know basic. I mean obviously was not a protest draymond green said that he called these people terrorists which they were one hundred percent. I mean they were trying to enact a coup on the united states government as there is a step a key step towards the transition of power from the president of the president-elect. It's it was. It was really scary. and you know to have members of congress legitimately believed that their lives are in danger is just absolutely not what you want as a citizen of this country. I don't care who you voted for in the election. You should be embarrassed by everything that happened yesterday. Yeah not just think that their lives are in danger. Their lives were danger. People you know. I mean i don't wanna gloss over that fact either. I'm sure there's gonna be tons of reporting to come in the next couple of days in how everything played out exactly where politicians were relative to the people kind of breaking in and looting but just a terrifying situation to watch from afar and it put the nba a tough spot. Michael they had games just a few hours scheduled a few hours. After the scene was taking place in the capitol building and of course you can imagine there was a lot of players with frustration who are thinking back to last summer and the black lives matters protests and and how they handled those things within inside the bubble who are looking around and saying. Wait a minute. This is not at all what we believe. America should be. Is it our obligation to make another stand here. And i think adding layers to it were two other recent events. I think in wisconsin. You had the police officer who shot. Jacob blake in In the incident. That wound up provoking the three-day shutdown in the bubble You know officially was given no charges and other officers. Who were there on. The scene were given no charges as well. So i think from the player standpoint. A lot of players who were protesting on behalf of jacob blake felt like justice was not served in that case and then almost simultaneously on the same day you had to runoff elections in georgia where the democratic candidates won both of those elections swinging power control of the senate towards the democrats and what would be hailed as a major victory. I think by A lot of the players it nba players and wnba players. Who were active in getting out the vote in georgia and other swing states throughout the election cycle. So you had a lot of different pieces of news all taking place simultaneously. And i think if you're the players you're feeling incredibly frustrated and heartbroken by the jacob blake situation a lot of players express that and then you're looking at the capitol building and just saying come on. This is just absolutely unacceptable. We can't have this when you're watching this. Play out real time yesterday at any point did you think some. Nba games aren't going to be taking place you know. It's of those things. Where if i had asked that question a year ago michael i would say look they play through it. They just play through it. That's how it goes but you go back over the last year and we've seen a game postponed because of kobe. Bryant's death. we saw three days worth of games..

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"jacob blake" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is here and now Prosecutors in Kenosha, Wisconsin, will not file charges against the officer who shot and paralyzed Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Blake was shot last summer, three months after a police officer killed George Floyd in neighboring Minnesota. And these two cases became a flash point that sparked a wave of protests throughout the world. And for more on this decision we have with us Angelina Mosher Salazar, a reporter. With w U W M welcome, Angelina. Hello, Tanya. You were there yesterday when the district attorney announced he would not file charges against this officer Rustin Chesky. Video of the shooting was widely shared, and it appears to show the officer shooting Blake seven times. Is Blake tries to get into his car. What do we know about how the prosecutor came to this decision? Mm. The district attorney in this case would say that the disturbing video footage you and I and many others saw was only part of the story D a gravely says he conducted an extensive investigation and after looking at the full body of evidence, he essentially determined that the officer acted in self defense. No, I do want to make an important note here in Kenosha. Police officers do not wear body camera footage, so the footage that was widely circulated was taken from a bystander who was across the street filming the incident. Mm hmm. And Wisconsin law holds that officers can shoot if they have if they have reasonable belief that firing is necessary to protect themselves. Blake's father Yeah. Blakes Father has asked for Kenosha to stand up and make noise about this decision. How are people in Kenosha responding to this news? What's the sentiment? Well, there's certainly are mixed emotions both strongly critical and serve and supportive of the decision. But I don't think anyone can say that this was a surprise. I had one woman message me and say. You know, we knew that this was coming. But it still hurts. And Tanya, you mentioned Jacob Lake's father, and he's certainly says that this is not the end that the next step for him is Congress, where he will actively be lobbying to change laws that he sees protects law enforcement officials. Theo FBI also has opened a civil rights investigation which remains open. So what's next for this officer? Yeah, it's a federal investigation is underway. But important to note. Also what ongoing are federal investigations into arson, rioting and other crimes that occurred in Kenosha this past August, so we will know definitively what will be the outcome of those investigations until they are completed. But as for officers Chesky, the officer who shot Jacob Lake multiple times in the back and who has also been employed by the Kenosha Police Department for seven years, we know that he was placed on administrative leave after the shooting. At this point, we're not certain if he will be brought back onto active duty, and if so, when One other thing with the 30 seconds I have with you, a teenage gunman named Kyle written house that we know about turned up at the protests and shot and killed two people. He's currently free on bail. What's next in his case? Tanya When it rains, it pours. Yesterday We had the arraignment in his case where he is being charged for killing two people and seriously injuring another person to those charges. He pled not guilty. That's Angelina Mosher Salazar. She's a reporter at W W. M. Angelina. Thank you so much. Thank you, Tommy thistles here now. Morning edition goes to the source to the people affected by the news of this plant was shut down and a lot of very good people could lose their jobs like this is completely ridiculous that we should feel unsafe to go to school. And then I just wear your belief over all that while I'm Noel King for stories that matter to you, Listen every weekday to morning edition from NPR News. Find.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"More protests last night in Kenosha, Wisconsin, over Jacob Blake. Here's NPR's David Schaper, with heavy police and National Guard presence keeping watch a small but loud group of protesters brave the Cold Wisconsin night expressing outrage over the prosecutor's decision. Did not bring criminal charges against the officer who fired seven shots into Jacob Blake last August. Leading the march with the 29 Year olds. Uncle Justin bleed the impact of this verdict. Is gonna have ramifications all over this state and all over this nation, and we will not let it rest until we get justice for Little Jake and all the little Jakes around the nation. The shooting left Jacob Blake partially paralyzed, his family will go to Washington and coming weeks to push for policing reforms. This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm David first, with distribution of the new covert vaccines Still proceeding slowly. Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo are sparring over who should be at the front of the line. W on my sees Fred mogul reports. Implausible wants to expand eligibility from only group one, a health care workers and those who live or work in long term residential settings to include group One be essential workers and the elderly. He says. 30% or more of health care workers so far, our vaccine hesitant and if say, you have vaccines for 1000 people and three or 400 of them are not Arabi vaccinated. I don't need 1000 doses for that group. I need to finish that group and go the next group. Cuomo says That's premature because hospitals have only injected half their vaccine allotment. So far, several hospital leaders contacted by W. N Y. C. Say they're confident they can persuade most holdouts to get vaccinated, but that it could be a long and slow process. The New York Times reports. The largest health system in New York will stop suing patients during the pandemic and will rescind legal claims filed last year. This after the paper revealed that North well health had continued to sue more than 2500 patients over unpaid medical debt during the pandemic. With claims averaging $1700 plus interest Governor Cuomo had ordered state run hospitals to stop suing patients over medical debt in March most other.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on WGN Radio

"But he said. He did that until this threat is gone, and when he comes when Jacob Blake comes around the hood of the car. In his left hand. They highlighted there put a circle around and you could see it on TV last night where he had a knife. It's hard to tell, But you can tell when they because when they show a separate picture, and you can tell the curvature of the knife that's in his hand. It was does he used to force expert they had Yeah, that's that German and Does that change? I mean, So is that the end all that's the only argument we need that because he had a knife that because what you also didn't hear. I don't I don't know if you guys don't know wasn't on Chicago news. They said that they interviewed Jacob Blake and at one point in time, he said, Yes, I was on the ground wrestling with the officer. He was on top of me. I was on top of him both their stories. That's what the officer told him, and that's what Jacob Blake told him. But you don't hear that. Also. You don't hear that He was tased three times. And that one of the only one of the set of the three Tasers of the three times he was hazed. So you know, actually struck him. But you don't hear that. There's more. I think they did. It was how does that So then where? Where do you land on this then? Where do I land on? It? Is that There's a lot of speculation going on. I think of not everybody hearing the whole thing that Jacob Blake admitted that he was on the ground wrestling because I was able to where they're away from him. Would go out of their out of them and I got on top of the officer, But people aren't listening to that. Should he have been charged with something? I'm not. I didn't see the evidence. We can sit back and go. Yeah, he's one of them should have been charged, right? I mean, you're all the evidence. Well, then give you don't give me that right. So if he was then how about resisting arrest? I mean, you hate to do that this poor man's in a wheelchair now when he was shot a bunch of times, so that's not gonna look good. But if you are going to tell me that the police in that case that many officers had a right to shoot him seven times And by golly, he had better be charged with a crime. I mean, I'd like to think that you can't shoot people seven times who aren't committing a crime. He must have been doing something wrong. So let's let's hear it. No, no, they don't want to do that. They're not gonna be Oh, and that's what I think with your first college that, you know, it's like it's not a basketball game. Where, Okay, We're okay. You got seven points. I got seven points. Okay, we're done. No, it's not like that. Something needs to be, you know, and I think they probably didn't charge. Sergeant, This is only my personal thinking is to kind of keep it, you know, so nothing did happen. Oh, yeah. Listen, if Jacob Blake gets charged with a crime now, Well, e do believe his warrant that he had at the time when he was this all took place. If they try to get, you know, arresting in mind, I believe that was even squashed. I'm sure I'm uh there was a felony arrest warrant for Blake. Yeah, and I believe that was all open up there. No, we're gonna quash that. I think that happened right after he was, you know, a couple days that when he was in the hospital But they watch that or you know. Weary with that one. Where you calling from? You're not in Kenosha area Bill. No, I'm actually I lived west of Walworth. And, uh, Wisconsinite working down here in Elgin. I got it. I got it. I'm kind of curious What the mood on the street's. There is like so far, evidently so good. I can tell you That The local departments are on. I don't want to stay alert. Um, but you know there I can talk to you and tell you a little bit off the air of what I do know, but there will I suspect I if you're telling me that the local businesses are worried about what may happen, and some of them have Plywood ready to go. I will not be surprised to hear that. That's what was put up on Monday. Yeah, I can imagine for anything, and there was even things that were said last week about getting preparation. Of for this week. All right. I gotta hang up. Thanks for the phone Call Bill. Thanks for listening. Thanks for calling 3129817 200. All our phone lines are busy. Do we have time for one more call Producer l. If if we go quick, she says, yeah. Okay, Well, let's talk to, um I don't know who line five is Jim. Jim? I got 60 seconds Go. I was just calling. I mean, everybody who's made a comment about the shooting. I mean, they're right. But the one thing that I agree with you or multiple things. I agree with you one. 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"jacob blake" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ko west tht to Los Angeles Orange County's live every year on the I Heart radio app losing those jobs. I'm Michael Closure from the K F I 24 hour news room, one of the major grocers in the South Land has cut its delivery fleet in exchange for a third party delivery. APP delivery drivers had Albertson's companies, which include bombs and pavilions, will be given the option of taking another roll of the supermarkets when the delivery service ends at the end of the next month. I think what's significant about this act? Shin Bi Albertson's is that it is really moving to adopting the dominant practice in the rest of the grocery industry. UC Santa Cruz Institute for Social Transformation director Chris Benner says This problem is created by a ballot measure that allows companies to reclassify employees as independent contractors. The grocery says the decision will allow it to better compete in the delivery side of the business. Governor's Office of Emergency Services has sent more than 1400 medical professionals to hospitals and clinics around the state market dealer duty runs the agency and says the ideas to help healthcare fan of facilities that are overwhelmed with the primary goal of the best patient care we can possibly do and ensure that the hospital's themselves do two things one they don't crash. And two. They don't have a situation where they have to go into crisis care killer Dude, she says the medical staff are coming from the National Guard, Cal Fire California Health Corps and other agencies. Officials in Wisconsin said they don't have enough evidence to criminally charge. A white Kenosha police officer were shooting a black man in the back seven times is my decision now that I announce today before you No Kenosha, law enforcement officer in this case will be charged with any criminal offenses based on the facts and the laws that Kenosha County District attorney made the announcement yesterday and also made a point to say no charges would be filed against Jacob Blake, who was paralyzed in the shooting. Police have responded to a domestic violence call that allegedly involved Blake when the shooting happened at last August. Teenager from Illinois has pleaded not guilty to killing two people during those protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, over Blake shooting. Kyle Rittenhouse was 17 at the time of the killings last summer of his lawyers have claimed Rittenhouse acted in self defense. L. A Galaxy has a new head coach Greg Vanney started as a player with the team Southland Weather from K F I partly cloudy out there through the morning lows below 50 degrees, gradual clearing as the day moves in and a little warmer highs in the mid sixties at the beaches mid seventies.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on KTOK

"Cases reported in the U. S Tuesday. That puts the total number of those infected since the outbreak started to more than 21 million more than 357,000 deaths, now blamed on the virus of the U. S. Hospitalizations have risen to more than 128,000 hospitals in 14, California counties. In order to delay non emergency surgeries to save the beds for covert patients in Kenosha, Wisconsin protests in response to a prosecutor's decision not to file criminal charges against a police officer in the shooting last summer of Jacob Blake. Jacob Lakes cousin, Justin Blake spoke for the family condemning the decision to not charge the officers, he said. This is injustice. People must oppose up around this nation. Let's let him know we're not gonna tolerate this anymore. Attorney be Ivory. Lamar says prosecutors gave a complicated explanation to what he says is a simple issue. It takes 20 seconds to watch that video to find probable cause, and it took them over four months to find the reason so ignoring Jacob Lake remains paralyzed after the shooting as he walked away from officers trying to arrest him. It sparked protests around the nation. In all. Scott Fox News, the Justice Department announcing the dispersement of some seized Iranian assets. $7 million in Iranian assets will be allocated to a compensation fund for American victims of state sponsored terror. The Justice Department says the funds are in the United States share of a civil forfeiture investigation into violations of international economic sanctions. Congress established the Terror Victims Fund to provide compensation to Americans, including diplomats taken hostage by Iran. In 1979 Jared Halpern, a Fox News another crackdown on the pro democracy movement in Hong Kong 53 activists, some of them former lawmakers arrested for allegedly violating the national security law. Jack. Hello, This is Fox.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Through. Get your painless No swab and get your results for information locations. Here you go to my covert test dot M E That's mike over. Test dot Emmy Mike over test dot M E Demonstrations in Kenosha, Wisconsin, to the evening after the prosecutor there decided he would not charge any police officers for last summer's shooting death of a black man. Kenosha County D. A. Michael gravely made the determination that the officers will not be charged for the shooting of Jacob Blake last August. Nor will Jacob Blake be charged even though he had a knife. Bravely said one issue is at the forefront. Really. The on Lee issue in this case would be do they have a right to the privilege of self defense Gravely says Circumstances showed the officers did anticipation of this lead to fencing in the federal courthouse. Local businesses also boarded up for protection. Ben Crump, the Blake family's attorney, said the family is immensely disappointed. By the D. A s decision. Colonel Scott Fox knew the number of coronavirus cases reported in the US since the start of the pandemic is now eclipsed 21 million more than 357,000 deaths have been blamed on the virus hospitals in California. So swamped. The state has ordered those with room to accept patients from other hospitals that are out of intensive care beds. Hospitals and 14 counties have been ordered to delay non essential and non life threatening surgeries in order to provide beds for cove in patients in the midst of a pandemic and unusual discovery at a New York area airport. It's called Bush meat. It's roller minimally processed meat and health officials say it's illegal to bring in the U. S because.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"You to it after the latest world News. Life from NPR News. I'm Shea Stevens. There's still no decision on to run offs in Georgia, where incumbent Republicans Kelly Leffler and David Perdue are fighting to retain their U. S Senate seats. Leffler sounded optimistic and remarks to supporters a short time ago are awesome. Thank you so much. You know, it took every single person in this room to get where we are right now. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. We got lots of things to go out, but we have some work to do here. This is a game of inches. We're gonna win this election. Democrat Raphael Warnock, who leads left there by a slim margin, has delivered his own message by a video. Washington has a choice to make. In fact, all of us Have a choice to make. Well, we continue to divide Strapped and this honor one another. Well, we love our neighbors as we love ourselves. Tuesday's vote follow weeks of attack and by both major parties which are seeking control of the U. S. Senate. Wisconsin family is expressing disappointment that a Kenosha police officer will not face criminal charges for gravely wounding Jacob Blake as W U. W M Chuck warm box reports. A lawyer for Blake's family says a civil case may be in the works. Kenosha County District Attorney Mike Gravely has announced he won't pursue charges against Officer Bustin Schatsky. Because the prosecutor says he believes Schatsky could successfully argue self defense gravely, says Blake had a knife. Blakes lawyer be Ivory. Lamar disagrees with the D A and says the family's next step may be to file a lawsuit against the Kenosha police Department. We just look at negligence.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The U. S still in the grips of the Corona virus pandemic. The nation now averages 2600 deaths a day in the Total number of American lives Lost has exceeded 356,000. As of this afternoon, ABC chief National Affairs correspondent Matt Gutman reports on what the nation is witnessing as a result of the surge Arizona with the highest rate of infections in the country. Patients driving this far is six hours to find an open ICU bed in Texas pediatrician Dr Neera Bhutan E died on Saturday. She was three weeks shy of getting her vaccine. I would have saved her life in California Funeral homes now using refrigerator trucks, They have six times the usual number of bodies unable to keep up one mortician, telling ABC News he's advising families to buy ice. Keep body's cold. And also looking at what's going on in Georgia. In that very important Senate runoff race, it looks with 60% of reporting. It's very, very tight with the Democrats, though holding a slight lead your top local story, California seven day covert positivity rate up to a staggering 15%. State is averaging 74 new cases a day for every 100,000 residents. 54. The 58 counties remain in the most restrictive purple tear, which covers more than 99% of the population. Mariposa Alpine Humble counties here in the second highest red tear, and only Sierra County is in the moderate Orange tear. California has recorded more than 2.4 million Corona virus cases. Since last March. More news Now with Kate the case, Joe Michael's getting a Sacramento County sheriff is again criticizing California's coronavirus restrictions. KFBK staler Martin has the story. Sheriff Scott Jones took to Facebook and began his lengthy post writing quote. If what California is doing to battle, the virus is not working. Why should we just do more of it? Jones Post listed several questions from vaccine distribution, toe ICU capacity to in person dining. He said that while he doesn't claim to have all the answers to the Cova 19 crisis, you know Did that He's better at asking questions. Jones then ended his post, saying the community deserves better from their local, state and federal leaders. Taylor Martin News 93.1 kfbk, You might want to avoid the area around the state Capitol tomorrow. Kfbk is my glory tells us why a warning for state lawmakers stay away from the capital tomorrow because of a wild protest Maga march That's expected to bring big crowds to downtown Sacramento. The nationwide protest is happening at the same time Congress is meeting to count the votes of the Electoral College protesters are disputing the November election results that will send Joe Biden to the White House. The Assembly Rules committee is urging senators and assembly members to stay home. That protest begins at nine on Wednesday morning, and KFBK will be there with live updates from the state capital. Mike Lory News 93.1 kfbk Know Wisconsin officers involved in the shooting of Jacob Blake will be facing criminal charges that from Kenosha County District attorney Michael Gravely today, he says he's reviewed all the facts and determined he could not get an indictment. Blake was shot in the back by Officer Rustin Chesky back in August. Police said they believed he was going for a weapon in his card. ABC is Alex Perez is in Kenosha with more. It's the scene basically.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Where prosecutors have decided not to charge the white cop who shot Jacob Blake, the African American man in the back this past summer. Leading to unrest and violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The decision was announced by the Kenosha County District attorney Michael Gravely this afternoon. And it is my decision now that I announce today before you No Kenosha, Law enforcement officer in this case will be charged with any criminal offenses based on the facts and the laws. Now the officer who shot Jacob Lake was identified as Rustin Schatsky. He is not going to face any charges. He and other cops were called to investigate a domestic violence claim. That allegedly involved Jacob Blake and gravely, the state's attorney there, says he spoke with Blake before he held his news conference today. Blake, who grew up in Evanston, Is paralyzed from the waist down after that shooting that happened earlier this summer in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Now, of course, that shooting led to a lot of unrest on the streets of Kenosha. And that is what led Kyle written house the Antioch teenager to go there with a weapon, ostensibly to guard the stores that were being looted. Kyle Rittenhouse ended up shooting two people to death. During that unrest. He was in court today. Something at this point you're going to be entering, please. Yes prepared, entered not guilty pleas to all the charges contained there and All right. Thank you. Very much. Not guilty. Pleas to all counts contained in the information are noted and entered for the record matter shall now be counted for further proceedings before the animal Brucie Schrader exciting written house again is 18 years old and he is from anti AKI is now in jail. He appeared in court via remote a remote hearing. Today in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The eyes of the political world are on the state of Georgia voters heading to the polls to decide whether Republicans or Democrats will control the United States Senate during the Joe Biden presidency. Republicans Kelly Law Flor and David Perdue incumbents Being challenged by Democrats John Oss F and Raphael Warnock. This woman voted for the Democrats put.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Lawmakers playing to object when Congress moves to count and finalize the electoral college results tomorrow. And ahead of that joint session of Congress. Protestors on both sides already mobilizing in the nation's capital, Theirry, annoyed teenager charged with killing two people and wounding a third during protests over a police shooting. Kenosha, Wisconsin has just pleaded not guilty. 18 year old Kyle Rittenhouse, appearing by teleconference in a brief hearing. On charges including intentional homicide. His attorneys say he was acting in self defense. When he opened fire protests had turned violent after a black man Jacob Blake was shot in the back by police. Blake was wanted on assault charges. Police say he was reaching for a knife when an officer opened fire. A knife was recovered, though Jacob Blake senior says he tried to kill my son. You didn't try to take my son down and that his son was paralyzed Protests in August's over that shooting the detention of millions of dollars in destruction. Fox's Shipman also still no word on whether officers will be charged in Blake's shooting. The Wisconsin governor, activating the National Guard ahead of that decision. America is listening to Fox News. Use Radio K L B. J on John Cooley this news of service of Tripoli countertops. AUSTIN Travis County hospitals will run out of that space by the end of next week. So, says Area Health Authority, Dr Mark S. Scott. He tells the commissioner's court the number of confirmed Kobe cases will surge and the other question after that is by how much will the area exceed hospital capacity. Austin has now had Or cops placed on administrative leave in the past 24 hours due to officer involved, Shootings, Chief Brian Manley says early this morning, an off duty cop shot and a driver who brandished a gun in an on duty officer later shot and killed that driver when he reached for a gun. We have located a firearm where this scene ended, and that is believed to be the same firearm phase one A and one B vaccinations are slowly ramping up across the area in western Travis County, Baylor's gotten whites facility and lately Have started providing doses to frontline workers. Your kale, BJ radar, weather watch 70 degrees low 59 Get Austin News on demand it news radio K l b j com Live and local every afternoon to the four. This is Marc, Melinda and Ed on NewsRadio, K O b. J Call or text them and 51283605 90. Thanks for taking my call now. Marc Melinda and head to 03. Good afternoon, Ed. How are you, sir?.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on 710 WOR

"President comes through for us. He's a great guy. Course, If he doesn't come through, I won't like it. But as much But Pence does not have the power to overturn the election. That's correspondent for seeing a Vega concern grows around the country about that highly contagious UK variant of coronavirus. The first case has now been reported in New York that a mutant Corona strain is in New York. People should get vaccinated a soon as possible. You know, it's not enough for the mask is not enough. The wash. You need that vaccine. They have to move it around, and people want information. I don't feel like we're just not in the know As far as what's going on. We should be kept up dated on what's going on. You know mutations if they're really dangerous, Alex says. We need to stay vigilant, more infections. But if you do the same things that would have Stop you from getting affected by the first virus. You stop getting infected by the second virus. It's follow the rules. Dude, you say you got Ellis Stockton Rosine e. W. O R News Governor Cuomo now pressuring hospitals to speed up vaccination governor's threatening fines for providers not going fast enough on the distribution, and he's singling out certain hospital systems for just taking too long. That includes New York City's public hospitals, which have dispensed just 31% of their vaccine allocated to them. This is a management issue of the hospitals. They have to move the vaccine, and they have to move the vaccine faster. Now, Mayor de Blasio says the hospitals just needed time to get off the ground. And he vows the process will move much faster. Now I'm Scott Pringle, double the O R News National Guard has been 10 into Kenosha, Wisconsin, that city is bracing for possible protests over the decision of whether or not to charge a police officer who shot Jacob. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has authorized the national Guard to help Kenosha Police of Jacob Blake protest turned violence that this nonviolent Monday rally and activist Michael Bell retired United.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Continuing Coverage on news talk 11 30 W. Y ESA Milwaukee, the pharmacist accused of spoiling hundreds of Corona virus vaccine doses, is out of jail and may not face charges after all. Benjamin Yonatan News Talk 11 30 W E. S N the case against that pharmacist accused of ruining hundreds of doses of the Corona virus vaccine may be changing. Steven Brandenburg left jail yesterday, Prosecutors started to walk back the possibility of charges against him. The D A. In Ozaki County, says the doses may not be spoiled after all, or a health still has them in the hospital is working to see if they're viable. If they are the felony destruction of property charge and the recklessly endangering safety charge that Brandenburg's facing would be dropped. We're also getting a bit of a hint about a motive. Brandenburg's ex wife says he was focused on conspiracy theories. Prosecutors say he thought the vaccines could actually hurt people. It is the latest sign the authorities are expecting trouble in Kenosha when the decision about charges in the Jacob Blake case comes Governor Tony Evers yesterday called up 500, Wisconsin National Guard troops to head to the city. Governor says the troops will be in Kenosha to work with local law enforcement and protect infrastructure if necessary. Nobody's saying when the decision of the Blake case will come, But Kenosha is preparing for the worst right now. Is this whole health sports scoreboard? Perhaps this is the game plan for the Bucks going forward. Milwaukee fed the ball. Dion is inside last night. Then they started hitting threes Beat Detroit. 1 25 1 15. Jonah's had 43 points on the night. Boucher, Hyundai News Center. I'm Benjamin Beyonce on Newstalk 11 30, Wi said waking up.

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"jacob blake" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jacob blake" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Things were on edge in Kenosha these days. What would be a decision expected soon in the Jacob Blake shooting, whether or not there will be charges against the officer involved. Meanwhile, the police Department there, and the Sheriff's department could each be held liable for up to $20 million in civil damages connected to the shootings that stem from those late August protests that turned violent gauge Grosskreutz of West Alice seriously wounded the parents of Anthony Huber of Silver Lake, who was killed Each serving $10 million claim notices with both the city and the county claim notices usually are precursors to lawsuits that were filed against local governments. Both bed along with Joseph Rosen bomb were allegedly shot by 17 year old Kyle Rittenhouse back on August 25th, or united protests and civil unrest that following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, who was left paralyzed from the waist down. Rittenhouse facing five felonies, including first degree intentional homicide. Written house claiming self defense in those shootings. It couldn't be determined Sunday if a claim notice had been served in connection with Rosen bomb of Kenosha, who was also killed. The claim notices served by Huber's family and gross greets say that the actions or inactions of Kenosha police in Kenosha Sheriff's deputies are tied to the shootings that according to Ruiz creates his attorney, Kimberly Motley, says. Quote. We believe there was some level of negligence on behalf of the city and the county claim notice is lacking details typically found in civil suits, Motley said. She said that's because the plaintiff still want to interfere with the ongoing prosecution of Rittenhouse, who is currently free on $2 million bail while awaiting trial. It's a 13 and WTMJ sports with Brian D. Next. Guys. If you're one of the many men dealing with erectile dysfunction, you know the strain that it can put on your relationship..

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