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"jacob frye" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"902,000 people in the U.S. have died with the virus since the pandemic began The number of cases stands at about 76 million However there is some good news on the vaccine front The CDC says over 212 million Americans are fully vaccinated Meantime over 89 million have gotten their booster dose Hundreds of protesters are taking to the streets of Minneapolis in response to the police killing of a 22 year old black man Megan Fitzgerald has more Anger and frustration pouring out into the streets from New York to Minneapolis Overnight horns and lights blaring in protest after Minneapolis police shot and killed 22 year old Amir Locke after entering an apartment on a no knock warrant that was Meghan Fitzgerald reporting The demonstrators are demanding justice for a mirror who was fatally shot while apparently asleep and holding a firearm during a police raid this week Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye has announced a ban on almost all no knock warrants except in cases of imminent danger And a man who shot and killed four people at a Tennessee waffle House back in 2018 will spend the rest of his life in prison Travis Ryan king was sentenced Saturday to life in prison without parole for several charges including first degree murder Ryan king used an assault rifle in April of 2018 to kill two people outside the Nashville area restaurant before going inside and killing two more A customer managed to wrestle the gun from Ryan king and stopped the shooting He had pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity And that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Airlines are canceling flights again this weekend as the U.S. deals with the impacts of a winter storm Flight aware reports over 1400 flights have been canceled within into or out of the U.S. this comes as more than 3100 have been delayed as well Dallas Fort Worth international airport is being hit the hardest with nearly 30% of its flights canceled on Saturday Former vice president Mike Pence says his old boss Donald Trump is quote wrong in claiming Pence had the right to overturn the 2020 election results Scott Carr has the very latest Hence told the federalist society conference in Florida Friday the former president was also wrong to publicly criticize him for not trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election I had no right to overturn the election The presidency belongs to.
"jacob frye" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Number of cases stands at about 76 million However there is some good news on the vaccine front The CDC says over 212 million Americans are fully vaccinated Meantime over 89 million have gotten their booster dose Hundreds of protesters are taking to the streets of Minneapolis in response to the police killing of a 22 year old black man Megan Fitzgerald has more Anger and frustration pouring out into the streets from New York to Minneapolis Overnight horns and lights blaring and protest after Minneapolis police shot and killed 22 year old Amir Locke after entering an apartment on a no knock warrant That was Megan Fitzgerald reporting The demonstrators are demanding justice for a mere lock who was fatally shot while apparently asleep and holding a firearm during a police raid this week Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye has announced a ban on almost all no knock warrants except in cases of imminent danger And a man who shot and killed four people at a Tennessee waffle House back in 2018 will spend the rest of his life in prison Travis reinking was sent on Saturday to life in prison without parole for several charges including first degree murder Ryan king used an assault rifle in April of 2018 to kill two people outside the Nashville area restaurant before going inside and killing two more A customer managed to wrestle the gun from Ryan king and stopped the shooting He had pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity And that's the very.
"jacob frye" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Message That real and serious government and true change in our society is not about a hashtag or a slogan Not mayor fry the income and Democrat was up for reelection under the rules of how Minneapolis selections work Did he get enough votes Well by those rules you mean the rank choice voting system that we have in Minneapolis Under that system mayor only got 43% of first choice votes his top two challengers both who were supporters of the police in question that was on the ballot each got around 20% of first choice votes But Jacob Frye is likely to win a second term after voters second and third choices are reallocated to him at his watch party last night where we just heard him there in that clip The mayor was very optimistic but he did stop short of declaring victory Okay And very quickly what might be next for police reform in Minneapolis What we could see activists try again with a different ballot question but the thing that's not getting as much attention is the Department of Justice pattern in practice investigation that's been underway since April that could resolve in a consent decree where a federal court comes in and forces the Minneapolis police department to make changes that we didn't see at the ballot box yesterday All right Matt sepic is a reporter with Minnesota public radio Matt thanks for your time You're welcome Okay let's go to Boston where Liberal Democrat Michelle Wu will become the first woman and the first person of color elected mayor WBUR reporter Simon Rios joins us A big moment for Boston here What drove this race and what drove this outcome Look so for two centuries we've had white mayors in Boston from Anglo Saxon to Irish and Italian and only white men have led this strong mayor city Boston for a few decades now has been majority people of color But candidates of color had a hard time getting at the top job Now that's changed You had Michelle Wu a daughter of Taiwanese immigrants faith Anisa aside bjorg the daughter of a Tunisian immigrant and now Boston has its first mayor of color But it's not just about race and identity The candidates also represented very different constituencies in Boston the losing candidate as ivy Georgia's support base came from the more conservative white working class areas and dorchester and south Boston And she opposed things like rent control and diverting money from the police department things that Michelle Wu supported And.
"jacob frye" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Fires it back to the punter. Lots. A high end over end punt. This one is going to bounce at the six and it bounces quickly forward into the end zone. So it'll be a touchback and the racers will have it at the 20. Well, this is the spot Cincinnati defensively needs to Absolutely stop Murray State forced them to punt and get the ball back with decent field position and get some points. This is um really, really rough right now. All aspects of the game. Each team has had the ball twice. Marie State has 138 yards of offense. Cincinnati has nine First downs or eight zip And the scorers. Seven Murray State Whether spring will be the running back on 1st and 10 from the 20. The ball is placed on the left hash. And it looks like Murray State has changed its right tackle. After all the penalties on Vance Bear cat Shift up front. Got a penalty flag. This is off the right side, though I'm sorry. The offensive left side offense in the 67 year old country. First sounds that time was the left tackle Jacob Frye. So basically before the snap, the bear Cat defensive line in unison will basically shift a gap. So if they are all lined up, say, To the left side of the offensive lineman. They quickly shift in unison to the opposite side of the offensive lineman, and that is causing all of these problems from Murray State. Burkett's do this frequently, so it's not like Murray State would not have seen it on tape. 1st and 15. The quarterback takes off running and goes into a feet first slide at the 20 yard line. After scrambling for five yards, Yes zone redaction there so far prior to that play. Rice's handed it off every time in this case, he keeps it and does a nice job of getting the ball back to the original line. Scrimmage. 2nd and 10 Preston Rice, the son of a former college quarterback, his dad played at Austin, P. 2nd and 10 for the racers. They have it at their own 20 while in the middle of the field, three receivers out to the left one to the right now one of those receivers out to the left motions to the opposite side. Rice looks to throw his past incomplete. That was about 100 miles an hour. Two receiver that was five yards downfield, and he had no chance. He dropped the snap and knew he had to get rid of it real quick and I want to get the ball setting his hands, right And honestly, Brian Cook was there. If that ball hits the his throne where the receiver's chest is that might have been picked off south third down and 10. Cincinnati has to get a stop here. Races at their own 20 leading the game seven. 12 2 left in the second quarter picks single deep safety right back to throw to protection is good is throw over the middle deflected and intercepted at the 40 yard line. Patted right into the hands of sauce. Gardner off the fingertips of Brian Cook, the bear Cats have their second interception here in the first half, and they'll take over at the racers. 40 yard line. Decent protection for Preston Rice stepped up into the pocket. Rockets see Brian Cook coming off his guy. He was the one attempted and as you said Dan, right into the breadbasket of Ahmad sauce, Gardner. Second pick of the game for the Bear, Cat defense and career interception number seven for Sauce Garden, The first team All American, the Bear Cats have it in Murray State territory. At the 40 yard line. Ritter ready for the shotgun snap. He has the ball fakes. A handoff throws over the middle caught by Pierce. And it'll be a bear cat. First down to the Murray State 21 yard line as Alex Pearce has Cincinnati's 1st 1st round of the game, and as bad as readers to passes were on the previous drivers how good that one was. Here's had just a half a step on his defender and boy. Nice Throw by Desmond Ritter 19 yards on the play first Content.
"jacob frye" Discussed on 600 WREC
"That have happened the past eight or nine months under the brand new president and we sit here on Labor Day weekend, celebrating all the accomplishments of, uh President Joe Biden on the southern border. In Afghanistan with employment with Covid with the city's everywhere I look, there's crisis upon crisis. Joining you and I now is Kevin Jackson, Kevin Jackson network dot com and Kevin Jackson. Happy Labor Day weekend and Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. And Kevin, How are you doing? Great building stock here? Yeah, I'm reading your columns, a Democrat condones burning of police station and this feeds in nicely to one of my diatribes about What happened January six was bad. Those ones that went into the capital. I guess there was about 1/10 of 1% of those who went to Washington went into the capital, the full weight of the federal government's coming down. I think the shaman is going to plead guilty. He's going to get a year or two in jail. The guy with the horns and every apparatus of the federal government is coming on these people hard and heavy as if there was some Effort to overturn the United States government and install some other government which never was going to happen. But then I look back on last summer, the kind of crap that went on and police stations and some of the comments of a Democrat. In Minnesota are very illustrative about condoning the burning of a police station because it had to be given up into an extent, Jacob Frye, the mayor said. At that point, you know, we have to give up the police station. We've got to give them something. So they gave a multi million dollar symbol of law enforcement to the riders. And here we sit thinking I'm shocked. First of all, we didn't have more riots over the summer time. But secondly The article about Democrats condoning burning of a police station is the last inch of of the mindset. Please explain the essence of your article. Well, the essence is is that these? You know what's good for the goose is, they say, is apparently not good for the gander. I mean, and people can look at January six anyway, they want, but the FBI reports have now come out and showed that Number one. It wasn't the big threat that everybody claimed that it was and I could go on. It was a It was a Democratic, uh, essentially a ruse to make it appear as though you know Trump supporters and people who were Rightfully questioning. The results of the election didn't have their voices heard, and they made it into something bigger than what it was Allah. Russian collusion by Donald Trump Allah Right, you know, trump intimidating the Ukrainians, which Biden actually did, and you know, in reality, and so transfer that into some of these other narrative, the narrative that Black men are being killed indiscriminately by police. We know we're not out there committing crimes. How dare the police attack us, You know for dealing drugs and Carjacking and robbing and murder and things that are happening every day in multiple cities around the country. So you know, we've got to fight these these silly narratives and the the article essentially is highlighting that yet again, You know, we've got to deal with the the lives that are being told to us across the country. We're seeing it and I don't want to keep jumping around, but we're seeing it in what's now happening in Afghanistan would by having these private conversations Leaving people behind. We're seeing it with the wolf flu. When I called the roof blew the coronavirus shot and everything I don't know if people even realized, but the Red Cross is now saying they can't take blood from people who have gotten the shot because it could actually kill people. So it's lies on top of lies, and what we're pointing out in the article is when it comes to policing. You know, we're still dealing with the same types of types of lives. One great article on your Web site by Tiffany Lane as an American that believes in public education. I spent most of my time and Catholic schools I found myself because of economic circumstances. In a high school and not of my choosing, and I was sitting there at a place called Deer Park High School sophomore not wanting to be their family. My father had left alcoholic. He was gone. My mother and family got to work. It was a terrible time for the family, and I found public education gave me a ladder together the whole in which I found myself And from that point on, I survived because of the interest of two men who to basketball coaches. Tom Griswald and Jerry would. They assisted me as a young man to for me, and I went on with my life, and I'm reading this story on your website about what's happening in one school district. This one happens to be Los Angeles. But the same thing I'm sure applies. For example, here in Cincinnati, they don't test anymore and the fourth in the eighth grade because the results are so bad they can't be made public. The buses aren't working. They can't get kids to school. And this article makes the point that in Los Angeles Unified District, which I think is the largest in the country, maybe New York is, but whatever. Last spring, for example, April May and June of this year, 64%. Of high schoolers. Some 130,000 kids were not actively engaged in the district's online learning program. In other words, they didn't care at all. And then it also makes the point in this article. That that the young guns the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders, there was less than 1% logging on. In other words, there was no education taking place in urban areas, and this went on for like a year. Spending literally billions of dollars in urban areas where the kids need education more than your kids need it more than my kids needed. It's critical whether you're in Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Cincinnati Austin, wherever you are. If you're in an urban district, you've got to have a ladder out of the hole in what circumstances and it didn't happen at all. And it's not even a story except that Kevin Jackson dot com. Can you explain why this isn't like the biggest story in the country? It's a wasted year. Many and even the plugged in parents Bill. This is this is a sad part, even the ones I mean, we struggled with my youngest son in terms of getting the homework and it wasn't all his fault. He was trying to get assignments in the system wasn't working. They weren't prepared to deal with. Online learning the way that, you know, say the the homeschoolers have been doing for decades, and it was a total fiasco. But look, the education system is a total fiasco. It doesn't produce the results. That it's paid to produce. And look, I can give the people that are listening to the program. A lot of statistics now begin with this, the overwhelming number of kids who drop out the largest ethnicity of kids who drop out you want to take a stab at what what ethnic group drops out of high school the most, you know, it's black kids. Next is Latinos. Next is white. And then then next is Asian. And it's in that order. You want to know the largest number ethnic group that drops out of college once they're in there. Blacks, then Latinos than whites than agents. 60% of blacks, 58% of Latinos. It drops down with whites and obviously with Asians and Asians. Don't finish college at the rate of 28% just to give people some perspective. Now, why are these cases Why these cases number one? Black schools are the worst schools. They're in terrible environment. And if I don't know if that article went on, But we wrote another article that talks about how the teachers union is prided itself on teaching kids how to become militants. And you know what? They're bragging about the fact that the teachers unions do not want to go back to school to teach because they're afraid of getting the dreaded wolf flu. Now let me give you your audience Interesting Statistics of the 73 million. That's 73 73 million kids 17, or under 384 of them have died from the dreaded covid virus.
"jacob frye" Discussed on KTOK
"Of a new president, We look at all the great things that have happened the past eight or nine months under the brand new president. And we sit here on Labor Day weekend celebrating all the accomplishments of President Joe Biden on the southern border in Afghanistan with employment. With Covid with the city's everywhere I look, there's crises upon crises. Joining you and I now is Kevin Jackson, Kevin Jackson network dot com and Kevin Jackson. Happy Labor Day weekend and Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. And Kevin, How are you doing? Great building? Yeah, I'm reading your columns, a Democrat condones burning of police station and this feeds in nicely to one of my diatribes about, uh, What happened January six was bad. Those ones that went into the capital. I guess there was about 1/10 of 1% of those who went to Washington went into the capital, the full weight of the federal government's coming down. I think the shaman is going to plead guilty. He's going to get a year or two in jail. The guy with the horns and every apparatus of the federal government is coming on these people hard and heavy as if there was some effort to overturn the United States government and install some other government. Which never was going to happen, But then I look back on last summer, the kind of crap that went on in police stations and some of the comments of a Democrat in Minnesota are very illustrative about condoning the burning of a police station because it had to be given up and to an extent, Jacob Frye, the mayor said at that point, you know, we have to give up the police station. We've got to give them something. So they gave a multi million dollar symbol of law enforcement to the riders. And here we sit thinking I'm shocked. First of all, we didn't have more riots over the summer time. But secondly, the article about Democrats condoning burning of a police station is a lost each of of the mindset. Please explain the essence of your article. Well, the essence is that these You know what's good for the goose, as they say, is apparently not good for the gander. I mean and and people can look at January six anyway, they want, but the FBI reports have now come out and showed that you know, number one. It wasn't the big threat that everybody claimed that it was and I could go on. It was it was a Democratic Essentially a ruse to make it appear as though you know Trump supporters and people who were rightfully questioning. The results of the election didn't have their voices heard, and they made it into something bigger than what it was. Ah, law. Russian collusion by Donald Trump Allah You know trump intimidating the Ukrainians. Which Biden actually did. And you know, in reality, and so transfer that into some of these other narratives, the narrative that black men are being killed indiscriminately by police. We know we're not out there committing crimes. How dare the police attack us? You know, for dealing drugs and Carjacking and robbing and murder and things that are happening every day and in multiple cities around the country, So you know we've got to fight these these silly narratives and the article essentially Is that highlighting that yet again, You know, we've got to deal with the the lives that are being told to us across the country. We're seeing it and I don't want to keep jumping around. But we're seeing it in what's now happening in Afghanistan would by having these private conversations, uh, leaving people behind. We're seeing it with the wolf flu when I called the wolf through the coronavirus. Shot and everything. I don't know if people even realized, but the Red Cross is now saying they can't take blood from people who've gotten the shot because it could actually kill people. So it lies on top of lies. And what we're pointing out in the article is when it comes to policing, you know, we're still dealing with the same types of types of lives in one great article on your Web site by Tiffany Lane. As an American that believes in public education. I spent most of my time and Catholic schools I found myself because of economic circumstances in a high school and not of my choosing, and I was sitting there at a place called Deer Park High School Sophomore not wanting to be there for my family. My father had left alcoholic. He was gone. My mother and family got to work. It was a terrible time. For the family, and I found public education gave me a ladder together the whole in which I found myself and from from that point on, I survived because of the interest of two men who were to basketball coaches Tom Griswald and Jerry would They assisted me as a young man to for me, and I went on with my life, and I'm reading this story on your website about what's happening in one school district. This one happens to be Los Angeles. But the same thing I'm sure applies. For example, here in Cincinnati, they don't test anymore in the fourth in the eighth grade, because the results are so bad they can't be made public. The buses aren't working. They can't get kids to school. And this article makes the point that in Los Angeles Unified District, which I think is the largest in the country, maybe New York is, but whatever. Last spring, for example, April May and June of this year, 64%. Of high schoolers. Some 130,000 kids were not actively engaged in the district's online learning program. In other words, they didn't care at all. And then it also makes the point in this article. That that the young ones the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders, there was less than 1% logging on. In other words, there was no education taking place in urban areas, and this went on for like a year. Spending literally billions of dollars in urban areas where the kids need education more than your kids need it more than my kids needed. It's critical. Whether you're in Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Cincinnati Austin, wherever you are, If you're in an urban district, you've got to have a ladder out of the hole in which circumstances and it didn't happen at all. And it's not even a story except that Kevin Jackson dot com Can you explain why this isn't like the biggest story in the country? It's a wasted year many and even the plugged in parents Bill This is this is a sad part, even the ones I mean, we struggled with my youngest son in terms of getting the homework and it wasn't all his fault..
"jacob frye" Discussed on WJR 760
"Minneapolis's again considering sweeping changes to the city's police department, more than a year after the failed push to disband the department in the wake of George Floyd's murder. Residents will vote in November on a ballot question that would change the city's charter and create a Department of public safety, a proposal that has attracted thousands of local supporters but also fierce community opposition as well as national attention and money. Join us now is Roshini Raj Kumar, attorney talk show host and political strategist coach. Good morning, Machinea. How are you? I'm good. How are you, Kevin? I'm doing well. It's nice to check in with you again. It sounds like things in Minneapolis are heating up again. Yeah, we don't ever really seemed to get a break. This has been a very hot topic for the last couple weeks and then on and off since last year, but now the rubber is hitting the road. That ballot measure will be on the November ballot. For those who vote in the city of Minneapolis. I happen to be a resident of Minneapolis personally as well as legally. I'm very much in question about this. I have major questions. I think it Would give a big hole if it passes, and I just want to clarify some of the numbers. You know, Minneapolis proper has about 540,000 people. If you include its suburbs, it's probably a couple million and then Minneapolis and ST Paul er. Considered together and have a metro of about 3.5 to 4 million. So I think the number I saw was 20,000 on this petition for this to go on to the ballot. Well, 20,000 signatures is really not a huge percentage of 530 or 540,000 residents. Plus all the people who come in and out of Minneapolis to work or to visit or to recreate so just giving you that perspective on the numbers. Yes, and walk us through what the what the proposal says in what both sides are saying about it. Right? Well, this really has stemmed from the City Council, which is a 13 member body. And then the mayor sits on the council also, And lately we've seen the mayor and the council have been at odds. But even within the Minneapolis City Council, there are definitely some factions and the faction that is about abolishing police and really wants to limit That the security and the safety the police provide Seems to have taken on a majority vote in the Minneapolis City Council. And I question whether that majority vote on the council really speaks for the majority of Minneapolis people now you know, I have a talk show myself and I have constantly I get barraged by people who do not want the police to go away whether they're calling in or writing me. And so the ethos is really not with the majority of the Minneapolis City Council, which is what they want the rest of the country to believe or the rest of the state to believe, so there have been a couple soul City Council members. When this first started going that were voting against it. The mayor tried and tried to veto anything that the City Council was doing to try to get it on the ballot. So they've had to go to the farthest end of their abilities to even get it on the ballot. It's going to be on the ballot. Now. The site is well, What's the language going to be on the ballot? Will it be clear what you're voting? Yes or no to Personally, I will say, I hope the people of Minneapolis do not vote for this to be taken off of the Minneapolis for the police department to be removed and have this a change to the Minneapolis City charter. But This office of public safety that they're talking about the proponents of this ballot measure. It's very confusing because they've not really given us a visual on who that would be. They say the reporting structure would then be to the city Council. Well, that is very difficult. I mean, you know, in Detroit, you need to know who is in charge. You cannot have a security function reporting to a dozen or more people. It just doesn't make any sense. So what they're trying to do is really take power away from a police chief type person or the mayor. Even And it's just not flying with a lot of residents here, Kevin Yeah, And so if I mean the amount of confusion that would come from having has a set up like that, where, uh, the people in charge are constantly going back to aboard a group of people to try and sort things out, Uh, would would be so frustrating in reality and pulling off. In From a concept standpoint, though, I mean, you guys were in the middle of all of it. People do feel that there needs to be some reform, right? It's just what will that reform look like? Yeah, I don't think anyone's disagreeing that police reform is needed not only receive Minneapolis but all over the country. But really, you can't reform by bashing the police. The police have to be part of any future visual on this any future department. However, this is going to run and when specifically the Minneapolis City Council, those who want this measure When they're talking about a department of public safety and they're saying social workers would go out to things or healthcare workers are different people like that. Well, they're never going to go out to a violent or potentially violent. Seen without a law enforcement officer with them, So I think that a lot of logistics really need to be squared away. I don't know that this is the right time to put this on the measure on the ballot in November until you have other of those logistics squared away. And so I think and then keep in mind Kevin in November. The mayor and the entire City Council go up for reelection. A couple of those people are not running again in a few of what I would call the extreme left on the City Council have not been given the Democratic endorsement. So we have a ranked choice voting system a lot of things up for grabs that some of these very people on the city Council who are trying to get this measure passed. May be voted off it out of office. By the time November comes along, so there are a lot of layers of uncertainty here, and I don't know if the people of Minneapolis and the most vulnerable in Minneapolis want to leave that to the wind. Because what's going to happen is going to have a field day of every criminal element coming out in our city. And what kind of turnout would you expect? It's not a presidential election. It's not the midterm elections do you have as your governor running or now? Yeah, I know the governor will be up next year. So this is really the odd years are when the city of Minneapolis votes for its council, some of the other offices and mayor So there are a few people competing against Mayor Jacob Frye. It's a city where Republicans pretty much not going to get elected, so it will end up being a Democratic mayor. Currently, mayor Fries seems to have the most backing. The most money, even though he had a very rough 2020. After all of the events here and and some of the breakdown in leadership that happened, But the turnout, you know, it's an interesting question. I think people that it probably will be high. I doubt it will be as high as the presidential year. So it's really about getting the vote out. And the people who don't want this measure or wanted to fail really have to get out and vote because the yes, people seem to have the bullhorns right now. And quickly have have things calmed down in the streets. Been quiet as this process is going on, or are things still, uh, getting violent from time to time? We have a bit of a bit of a respite, but there are people there are parts of town uptown Minneapolis, which you and I have talked about in the past..
"jacob frye" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Violence claims to have reduced shootings in Chicago, Baltimore and New York City, but its effectiveness has been questioned and this is the best part. Roberto as Paul was an assistant professor of social work at the University of ST Thomas. He has researched cure. Violence is work in Chicago, where he where he used to work on the South side For eight years after college. He wanted to figure out why the city's homicide rate held steady from 2000 and 4 to 2015. And then all of a sudden shot up in 2016. Despite Pure violence is work. Baltimore Homicides also increased during a cure Violence pilot program as form says that most of the research on the program highlights a few findings. But they are stripped of context and presented as evidence of success while burying evidence that cuts against that narrative. Now, you would think maybe perhaps our city leaders would do a little due diligence and do a little research before they adopted this cure Violence approach. That has been an utter failure everywhere. It's been implemented. Nope. Nope. Because the optics are good. We're gonna treat it like an epidemic like a public health epidemic. Minneapolis Council member Philip Cunningham has been a big backer of care violence. Of course, the model, he said Mayor Jacob Frye is using the violence interrupters improperly. During a recent council meeting, Cunningham called Cure violence and evidence based empirically tested scientific approach to disrupting the spread of violence and blasted the mayor for using a gap workers at George Floyd Square that is lie after lie after lie after lie. It is not evidence based. It does not empirically tested. It is not a scientific approach, disrupting the spread of violence. Look, you don't catch Desire to shoot somebody. Is that something that you just catch like I was out. You know, we were in a crowd, and you know that. Suddenly I just caught this disease now where I want to go shoot people. That doesn't happen. You don't wake up is not an end up with that, right? Woke up kind of sore throat, stiff neck and just I had to shoot somebody. I mean, I just couldn't. I couldn't resist the urge to go kill people. No, it's not a disease. It's not an epidemic and treating it like a public health problem. Is not going to quote unquote cure violence. What's going on with what's going on with with John. He just got a bad case of the assaults. It's really bad. He's had it for about a week. Now we're hoping we're hoping he gets a an antibiotic for it. Decide of its allergies or just I got a murder. Somebody can't just not that desire. One of the other came in one day and started punching people. I don't know what the deal was, but you know it's beyond him. It's it's going around. Yeah, just it will get over it. Exactly a couple Carjackings. Call me in the morning. Oh, 6519895855. We're gonna get to your phone calls coming up then President Joe Biden. Came out yesterday said a whole bunch of things that relies talked about the January six insurrection, said even confederates during the Civil War never preached the capital like insurrectionist. We have the audio for you. We'll share it with you coming up. Find us on your radio Am 11 30 FM one Oh 3.5 stream us on I heart radio and now find Assad. Hey, Alexa, Play Twin Cities News. Talk on I heart radio getting Twin Cities News Talk station for my heart radio. Thanks, Alexa Point. Well, you want to pull 50 Sam's in dinghies, whether you want to find giant mutant goldfish or whether or not you want to just Enjoy a beautiful afternoon out on the water..
"jacob frye" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Before they used cars. They barricaded the intersection from all sides. They rejected police requests to open up the intersection. One irate driver confronted the crowd, sending people running in panic and then left. Cheryl Frazier said the family and friends were to remain on the site. The victim was her brother, Lineal Frasier of Saint Paul of a father of six Children who range in age from six months to 22 years. It's a tragic story and the uncle of the young woman who filmed Um, the the George Floyd incident? Yeah. Small world and and look, you know, it's terrible. It's awful. It's it's tragedy, but it was also an accident. You know, this wasn't this Wasn't you know a police involved shooting or anything like that. And and again? I'd like to see some of the anger and ire, maybe pointed towards the criminal. The robbery suspect that in a carjacked vehicle right that that decided to flee from police. Well, if you shoot a little kid, people will be mad at criminals for a couple of days. That's what we've learned just a couple days here Other than that, But But if you're you know if you if a police officer gets involved in an accident You know, Suddenly now it's the whole department's fault, and everything needs to be disbanded. And you know, it's it's obviously you know, it's systemic racism. Right? Well, you know, everyone was an accident. Everyone like the Dante right? It was an accident. Everyone's cool with other people's cars being taken. And then if all of a sudden your car is taken, and the police don't act well, then it's a work slowdown, then it's then it's police are not not effectively doing their job. They're they're in a no win. I mean, and that that's what's truly um what? What's what's so damaging to the city is because at this point um you know, we get that there are stuff going out of Minneapolis. Racially, that needs to be addressed. We get that But their first job is to protect and serve, and we're not letting them do that. And then we're blaming them. You know, when when? When kids are getting shot, you know, And then I'm not We I mean, obviously, but you know, people are blaming them. You know, I c I can't tell you how many arguments I've seen Where someone says, you know, why would we give the police more more money and more staffing when they can't even prevent kids from getting shot with what they have now? That doesn't make sense. It doesn't make any sense. It's an absolutely inane argument. You know, if you don't have enough police officers on the street, try, you see what's happening. You see what's happening in Minneapolis. If you do not have enough well, and the progressive left have shown that you know when Betsy Hodges tried to do her job to be mayor. Around the fourth Precinct. And this was the Jamaar Clark incident. When she decided to clear that area out. They never forgave her. She lost incomes. Jacob Frye, Jacob Prize isn't going to be forgiven for the third for the third Precinct and everything else to happen around that. And even Governor Walz, um drew fire from the left, Uh, you know, for for what was deemed to be over aggressive policing and use of the of tear gas and the and the National Guard during the Brooklyn side. Stuff so and during the during the trial during the shaman trial. Yeah, and so you know, we have to look at what's the common denominator here? It's the progressive left not even wanting their own people to do their jobs because they are so tied, um to the you know, defund the police and that that any show of force is an affront to the community. That just can't can't can't happen that way. But the DFL is so beholden to that progressive left. You know they they don't. They don't win statewide elections without the progressive left in the in the urban centers, right? No, Mandelson saying, that's where there I mean, they get so many votes out of Minneapolis and ST Paul. And so how does this so how does this cycle end? Well, I think if the progressive left is going to threaten to electorally, punish any DFL er, who crosses them specifically on public safety issues, specifically on on on police staffing in the twin cities, so even all the way up to the governor level because correct me if I'm wrong, and you would probably have a better better idea on this than I do, But I can't think of an instance where Governor Walz has come out and actually spoken about the crime problem in Minneapolis in any sort of forceful tone, as in, You know, we're going to do something about where is the leadership within the D. FL specifically when it comes to the crime. Well, I think until elected officials feel like they are going to lose their positions. I think that there's not going to be a strong rebuke of the progressive left. But Neil, the Minneapolis mayor, and the City Council, they're up for election this fall. And so, so they're not on the same cycle as the Legislature and I think that what we saw was that the DFL party did not endorse some of the people who have been the loudest voices on the council for defund. The police like Keith Ellison's son did not get endorsed. So I think that some of those people are going to be replaced. On the Minneapolis City Council, and I'm not saying that means that there's going to be, you know, a sharp turn to the right. That's not gonna happen, But I think that that the that citizens who are in the middle of these, um war zones, um, are speaking loudly, uh, with in Minneapolis, and I think that that's going to show up in a couple of different local races in November. It's beyond just a policy problem, though. I mean, it's got, it's a cultural problem. It's a cultural problem in the way that That the police officers have been dehumanized, you know, for for so long by by so many people, they don't view them as real people with families and loved ones. They don't view them. You know, there's not a police officer out there that goes to work looking for somebody to kill. You know, it just doesn't happen. But you would think that if you listened to the rhetoric coming from some of the loudest voices in the in the BLM movement in these autonomous zones, and you're in your real radical progressive Left out there. They absolutely dehumanize them. That's why they don't want them in schools. They don't want kids interacting with police in a positive manner. No, they don't want anybody. Anybody at the U of them. The U of them had to backtrack. You know, a year ago. They said that you know they're going to stop or, you know, partnering with MPD. And guess what. People are dying, and now they.
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"You're listening to the best of Todd and don on news, radio K L B Jack. 8 34 Todd Jeffries and don Prior to see this story out of Minnesota. Yeah, A Minnesota judge is now ordering the city of Minneapolis to hire more cops amid their efforts. To defund the police force. Their Hennepin County judge is ordering the Minneapolis City Council and Mayor Jacob Frye to immediately hire more police officers with 730 in place by June of next year. Then, from a lawsuit filed by residents of Minneapolis like Kathy Span, you hear gunshots every night I made a surge in crime citywide following the 2020 riots. Animated exodus within the Minneapolis police force. If the officers themselves are feeling as though they have no support to do their jobs, they're leaving their jobs. The Minneapolis City attorney's office says it's reviewing the judge's decision. Jeff Man, also Fox News. There you go. We need a judge here in town to do the same thing for a P D tell you unless it's going to be, you know, deleted from history, like so many things are right now there will be a day where they will be looking back on this period and go and kids. There was a time where they were actually believe it or not. Proposing defunding police and in some cases, they actually did it and it didn't work out. It didn't work out well at all. But that will probably be canceled That piece of history Now you're also hearing the news. A year after the shooting death of Garrett Foster of Black lives matter, Protester U. S Army Sergeant Daniel Perry is now charged with murder, deadly conduct and aggravated assault in connection with the killing of Garrett Foster, defense attorney or Rather, district attorney, Jose Garza. Our office had been in contact With Mr Perry's attorney. Throughout this process, I will say that Mr Perry was afforded the opportunity to testify in front of the grand jury and Decided against taking that step. In addition, it is true that Mr Perry's attorney presented our office with the packet of information, and the overwhelming majority of that information was in fact presented to the grand jury for their consideration. What did you keep from the Grand Jury? D. A. In that packet. What did you keep from the grand jury? Right? That's a great question. Overwhelming evidence Now. Clint Brodie Innes, the defense attorney for Sergeant Perry, You know it is easy to read. Prosecutor to get a grand jury to indict somebody. There's no obligation for them to present any kind of exculpatory evidence. And in fact, in this case, we were denied an opportunity to present a package of the grand jury, which is unusual in the state of Texas. Now, according to the A P D description of the incidents, a car turned on Congress Avenue near Fourth Street about 9 50 in the evening into a group of protesters. It was marching against police violence. Protesters surrounded the car. Foster was armed with an assault weapon. An AK 47 is one of the protesters that surrounded the vehicle, Former Austin police chief Brian Manley said. That's when the driver fired five shots from inside the vehicle. It later was determined that he only shot twice. Somebody else fired three shots and luckily didn't hit anybody. Right. Garrett Foster did not fire a shot at all. And another protester shot to at least three rounds didn't hit anyone. Perry's indictment says deadly conduct charges related to Perry endangering the protesters they see drove onto Congress Avenue Where they were gathered. He was he's charged with with deadly conduct because he drove on fourth Street. Absolutely absurd. There were no barricades. There was no permit for this march and rally and let's be honest marches and rallies that happened at 10 o'clock at night. Those are not real marches and rallies. No, those are that sucks. That's a protest for Trump. Those are people who open for trouble leave. No, It's odd, according to this story, Perry, according to the D, a placed a group of pedestrians walking on the roadway on Congress Avenue in immediate danger of serious bodily injury. The D A says that Perry put those people that were walking on fourth Street to Congress Avenue put them in danger. By turning his car onto that road legally. But it goes on to say that he was texting while driving. And he also by turning right on red without first coming to a complete stop, and by turning into an intersection where pedestrians were visible in the crosswalk, an intersection That's what the D A said he is threatened. He feels through his life feels threatened because someone is pointing an AK 47 47 at him, and also he's surrounded by thugs. He's surrounded by angry people by a mob. But he is getting pressed. He's getting charged here because he was texting. Yeah. Okay. Oh, that makes that makes sense. Yeah, well, of course he's getting charged also because he was defending him because he was texting and because he was defending his life, If you think about it this D a over the past couple of weeks. It led to armed criminals who had guns that they used and waved in the entertainment district. Those to the 15 year old in the 17 year old that were threatening with those guns pulled the quick trigger. He let them go. Yeah, he did their free. So basically the D A. Has sent a message that it's OK to threaten people in the entertainment district with your gun. We're going to let you go. But if you defend yourself with a gun against somebody that has a gun Well, that's trouble. That was that the D A. Is not going to allow that the atmosphere down there in that period of time. Last summer was supercharged. It was people were on edge. There was anger. There was craziness. There was insanity going on down there. I accidentally ended up getting way too close to it unintentionally, having had breakfast on on 86 1 morning and suddenly I find myself and and in the wrong place at the wrong time, and the police are telling me to get out of there and it sounded or it felt like absolute chaos and I was for a moment there. I was terrified. I was like, what the hell am I about to drive into what? Where am I? What's going on? And I know show and that was nothing compared to the situation he wrote into Can only imagine how terrified Perry would have been. I am I am grateful that it was Sergeant Perry there that day because anybody else you me. Anybody listening? We might have just push the gas to get out of there to save our lives. Yes, and instinctively and maybe hurt somebody and storm or better better than that. How about this? Sergeant Perry was very, very accurate with his two shots. Thank God he only shot the threat. Yeah, That's right. That's absolutely right. He did not go down there to murder somebody. He was down there, working, trying to make extra money driving for uber Martha's in North Austin this morning, Martha, what's on your mind? Well, I think you guys have stolen my thunder. You have said everything that I've been thinking. Well, you say it better, though. Yeah. And I certainly agree with you. I would like to suggest that considering it has taken this Of D a year. Of course, I guess he's new on the job. Taken him a year to bring charges. Uh, I would suggest that maybe if the sergeant is convicted That the governor would immediately issue a pardon. That's possible. I think I mean, I've seen that all over Social media Martha overnight in the twitterverse a lot of people calling for that. Yeah, that's good. Well, that's I guess there's a lot of.
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"Square alone, which she's not going to do support the creation of a silly a civilian led commission to oversee police. And call for the mayor's resignation. After she signed people agreed to step away, clearing the way for the car she was riding in to go and drive off. In a statement posted on Facebook, Jenkins says she was verbally attacked, berated and held hostage against my will, by a large group of angry Pope protesters terrorists, she added. Every citizen of the city has the right to bring forward their concerns. But no citizen has the right to detain and coerced anyone to do anything. And that includes elected officials. How do you not laugh yourself off of your own podium that you're speaking behind, based off of what you've allowed and not push back on for a year with 38 in Chicago and the autonomous zone? How can you look at yourself in the mirror and be like, Hey, I'm incredible Leader. No, you're not. Yep. Look, we re set it on the show and a number of times The left made a deal with the devil when they decided that they were going to use these mob tactics and these in these violent protesters and essentially terrorists. To help them achieve their political goals to help them win elections. And that's what they decided to do. They decided to condone and accept and even applaud and even participate in the tactics of Antifa and the tactics of black lives matter because they thought it would hurt Trump. They thought it would help them win elections. They never expected it to turn back on them, And that's exactly what's happening. Now they expected to be able to win their elections. Everybody would be happy go home, they can keep feeding and funneling money to their friends and their cronies through nonprofits and whatever else And no one would ever say boo about it. But no, it turns out the monster they created the devil they made to deal with. They had expectations, and those expectations aren't being met now, So now they're being targeted by the exact same tactics. Activist D. J. Hooker. A terrorist. Wait. What? His name is DJ Hooker Last name? Hooker? Yeah. Do you do you think that's a playoff? T. J hooker, but he's a DJ. And if you carry on his name day William Shatner fan he's probably just his name is DJ Hooker. They're probably posted a video to Social media said in an interview that the encounter lasted approximately two hours. D J. Hooker said that he approached Jenkins to raise concerns about community groups contracted with the city to de escalate tensions. Hooker said he grew frustrated when Jenkins told him that she didn't have control over them and wouldn't commit to leaving George Floyd squared alone. So he said he would hold a piece of protest outside her house. DJ Hooker said that he and Jenkins argued, and someone jumped in between them. D J. Hooker then said the Jenkins began walking away and he yelled. Oh, you're going to call the cops on me knowing what the cops have done to George Floyd with the cops have done to Winston Smith and Dante, right? Some misguided by the way, D J. Hooker And this whole thing, DJ hookers like saying that so misguided. Yeah, I do. But he is misguided. I mean again using just this this now blanket assumption, right, George Floyd, we've we've dealt with George Floyd has that That process has gone through the justice system, and the individual involved in that is going to and is paying. The price hasn't been convicted for murder and being put put away in jail for 22 years. But when you're looking at Winston Smith and Dante, right, that is not. And those are not. Examples of at least we haven't seen certainly worked through the justice system of law enforcement overstepping their bounds apart from a what appears to be a tragic, tragic, horrible mistake. Um, you get to the alpha news version of the story. The demands called for the ones that are the ones that Andrea Jenkins signed off on, Uh, the creation of a community Police Accountability Commission dropping all charges. Against all for 646 protesters and other protesters from 2020. It's just starting to sound like Hans Gruber, publicizing information on the Winston Smith shooting, supporting the resignation of mayor Fry and leaving George Floyd Square alone. And she signed off on him. Yeah, and I know she means she did, you know, under duress. I get in after being essentially held hostage for about an hour in her own car. You're not going to do anything goes you're going to do any of them could have caught should call the cops. I think I just tried to. I think she I think she tried to. It's at one point. I said it three times when the council member agreed to support when the council member agreed to support, UH, fries, resignation, activists forced Jenkins to repeat the entire sentence. I said it three times, Jenkins said. This is ridiculous. Say the whole sentence. I want Jacob Frye to resign. DJ hookers shouted at Jenkins. I mean, you know, images of like Isis hostage videos run through my head. When I hear this description of events, say it. Say it again. Say the whole sentence. She's sitting there. Fine. I want Jake of Friday resign whatever to get me out of here. You supported those monsters. You supported those terrorists. You made a deal with the devil. You emboldened those people, right? And I'm sorry you've got no, you're you're you're a hypocrite to stand there and go and condemned them when you supported their actions and did nothing with regard to what happened with what's been happening with 38, Chicago and the autonomous zone and the violence that's been plaguing the city for a year. Now, DFL representative John Thompson stood outside of Bob Kroll's house and called them KKK members and called them terrorists and call them murderers. And harassed and accosted young teenagers who were completely innocent. Have nothing to do with Bob Kroll just just told told the city of Hu Hugo that it was going. He was going to burn it down. Did Jacob Frye have anything to say about that? Did Andrea Jenkins have anything to say about that? No, of course they didn't protesters harassed Jason Lewis his family at his house when he wasn't even there. Did Jacob Frye and Andrea Jenkins have anything to say about that? No, you made a deal with these Devils. You supported John Thompson in his bid to be a member of the House of Representatives after harassing Bob Kroll's family and threatening to burn down an entire town because they were too white. And now now you have a problem. Now you find that you find the testicular fortitude to use a phrase that John Thompson is using. Now you find the testicular fortitude to actually condemn these types of tactics because they happen to you. Sorry too late. Representative Tom Tiffany will join us today. 35 this morning he'll be heading down to the border will get his thoughts on that. We'll talk briefly on the way about Derek Chauvin, closing in on a plea deal with federal prosecutors that could include a public explanation of the George Floyd arrests and Gwen Bury. This was the individual who turned her back on the national anthem after making the Olympic team. Um Sucks. Well, she sucks. Also said she was set up was set. It was set up specifically with with with with the Star Spangled Banner playing. She wasn't didn't she didn't realize that's how did you think was going to have I have? I have? Maybe she was expecting Rick. Actually, I have no, I have no idea, but there might actually be a more logical reason. As to why Gwen Barry did what she did. And it may have to do with that thing called money. Thanks for tuning in to the best of justice and drew here on Twin cities News talking 11.
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"I just want all the junk food. Yeah, I want some fake tuna. Seriously. What? What? Young. Most of the tutor you've had. Sam is probably fake. Don't eat tuna. I don't like tuna. Yes, I'm happy. There you go. The only time that statements told not like the shredded up slimy gui whatever stuff other than a package holds true tuna that I eat is like on sushi. I can see it. I don't like the just shredded up gooey Whatever you put on a sandwich. I've never eaten to understand it. All right. When we celebrate Christmas here on Justice, injured Twin cities News talk, Drew. Yes, I'll get the jar of peanut butter. You get her the tuna we could. We actually know I have a recipe that incorporates tuna and peanut butter. It's really good. Yeah, it's like it's a unique kind of chilly. That I learned I learned about when I was living up in the mountains of North Carolina and going to school up at AB State, right? Yes, it's a It's a tuna peanut butter chili. It's Doesn't sound good, because it has mayonnaise it into but it trust me. It's it will blow you away. I'm not. I'm not a tuna peanut butter, chili. I'm not going to push back on that. I see. I am going to push back on that that Is discussing. There's no way tuna peanut butter. You kidding me? There's no way that what you're saying is real. You're just trying to make my brain explode. You can see it. It's not similar. The Elvis's sandwich popped into my mind. Elvis had that I've had that before. Peter Butter mayonnaise Well, the one that we bakes it. It's got the bacon and it's got the peanut butter and jelly and he puts it in the sour dough, and then you bake it for us. I've not. I've not had that. We got to get off food. My dad used to make peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwiches. I was a kid, which I always thought looked Disgusting. But then I tried one and I was like, Well, it's I mean, it's not good, like I wouldn't eat it ever again. But it wasn't bad. It wasn't as disgusting as I had expected it to. I still do the white bread Mayo in banana sandwiches. And those are those really tasty What world have I fallen into? You? Don't you have not lived until you've tried a slice of American cheese on a pop tart? Alright. The contract with Minneapolis Man Baby Mayor Mon mom jeans Jacob Frye, approved with agape movement was that was criticized by the City Council mentions pandemic related impacts, doing nothing with my fingers and hardships. In and around George Floyd Square. However, it's one of many goals that is listed. The members of the Minneapolis City Council called attention to the contract this last week and accused the mayor of using his emergency powers to approve the contract. Of course he did. I mean, of course he did, but, you know, but technically he didn't because it says in there that when you give emergency powers to single executives like Jacob Frye and Tim Walz This is what you get. This is what you get. Well, I want to prove this contract. I don't want to deal with the city clowns. All they all hate me. And I kind of hate all of them anyway. But I want to get this done. So I have emergency powers. Hey, law, your friend. How can I get this done? Oh, yeah, It's really easy. Just put pandemic response somewhere in the contract and it qualifies. Okay, done. Mix. It doesn't complicated. No isn't like nobody should be surprised at this. You know, it should not come as a shock to anybody. And as we've mentioned before the government does this In all the time in in in in in various other ways in entity. This is how grift or craft towards our words right in the contract with the Health Department. It listed one of the departments in the charge of operations. The contract also lays out specific responsibilities, including referring commit, so this is the This is what's in the contract with for the 300. And $59,000 to a cop..
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"It was it was it was 1 45 Go ahead right for that. Sorry. Mm Scott Johnson Audio Clip number three Who's speaking and what are they talking about? What will happen is we will make clear to offer a dispersal order if anything goes beyond peaceful protest. Mayor Jacob Frye talking about Lake and Gerard. Will it be cleared or not? Uh, very good. Thank points. Two points, everybody further than the first round of audio clips. We actually have nine audio clips this week. Six to make up for the lack of parodies. All right, Sam, adequate number four. Here you go. We had technologies for electrified rail over the last 100 years. And one of the big reasons why that didn't happen was because Congress was swayed and lobby the first time by fossil fuel industries by car industries. Is that AOC talking about the need for electric vehicles? Come on, Actually not true. Yeah. Now there's a big federal is a big federal push to expand light rail around around the entire country and left loves trains. Man. They love their trains. I just thought that would that that quote, you know, 100. Years ago, the car industry was lobbying Congress to To stop real. No, it wasn't What? That didn't happen to happen. It was sees an idiot. All right. Where are we Got? Audio clip number five. This one is for Rob. There's been an outbreak of chocolatey Goodness near Hershey, Pennsylvania. What do you think happened, like? Oh, I don't know. Maybe, uh, steam shovel made it with the cocoa bean or it's the Chocolate factory. I.
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"Anxiety. It's going to help you take care of that. Yeah, that's going to it's going to eat. That's gonna ease. That's going to ease some of that. Quite the reaction is going to eat some of the suffering here. I know nothing. Would you Would you care to story there that any particular products If you have no idea what you're talking about that there's a Delta adults 10. Maybe a couple combined a couple of pretty great Yeah, I don't know. Sam's working with Wednesday's Get twins is cannabis is going to be like this combination. You know, the full the full spectrum, Sam. I don't want to know what full spectrum sandwich in a role in a in a role on Can we get Josh to tweet in and tell us which helps the burn of losing the news quiz? The best, which product It helps that lets ships some of that to Sam. Whoa, that don't let throw. Wow, I don't know if they can turn right there. At the end that I feel like that call. It was thrown, but it just felt like a really slow throw. It was like just kind of walk slowly to the ground, but nicely done. So Minneapolis man, Baby Mayor Mom jeans, Jacob Frye told the reformer that Lisa Bender of the City Council had previously said the mayor has the responsibility and authority to decide how to deal with the intersection of 38th in Chicago, and if he doesn't the council will make the decision for him. Fry said. The council members said they wanted the intersection reopened without a heavy police presence. And it was and to work with the council members in that area, and they did fries. Quote here is They excuse themselves from being at all involved in this very difficult scenario. And now after the fact they want to criticize for what they asked for, but it's not over. No, it's not over. No, it's not over, he says. It's a good political theater, but it is not in dispute that the contract contained several specific pandemic provisions. This. This feels like this again, just perception. My perception of Mayor Jacob Frye right now is that he doesn't care anymore. He's tired of dealing with this, and I even wonder what he considers of his own political future. In this particular role. This sounds like the way that he's saying. This sounds to me like an individual who's going I don't care anymore. Right. I've been through enough of this already. And I just want to get this fixed. That's what it's because he seems to have. I mean, when he makes sense like that, That's the determination that I end up coming to have a slightly different take. I think that he is not caring about the activists as much that he is caring more about doing what's best for the city, at least from his perspective, right? I think, but I think those two things are one and the same. Yeah, I think in doing so he's dismissing his political future. But please, right? Yeah, but maybe he thinks that this is how he's going to continue his political future because I think we all we've all known this, but he's maybe just coming to the realization. At the loudest voices are coming from the cheapest seats. They're coming from people who lots of times don't even live in the city, and they're just they're They're activism. Tourists who are coming from the suburbs and greater Minnesota to come and protest there. But then also that that the people who are actually going to donate to him that people are gonna actually gonna help his campaign. Aren't the activists. So? So what's the point in trying to appease them? But What do the citizens in Minneapolis want? Doesn't the City Council reflect them? I they seem crippled. Is that wrong? Well, I don't know. I mean, typically, you would make that sort of argument, right? The elect the people that elected to represent a certain area are reflective of that area with ranked choice voting. I don't know that you can actually make that claim anymore because It's you know, it's not. It's not a straight up democracy. Lisa Bender, you know. Go ahead. I feel Johnson. No, no, no, I know because I think I think because I think this little data point had a huge impact on both of us when we found when we found it last year, But when you look at the rank choice voting, and Lisa Bender is arguably the most powerful entity in In Minneapolis, based off her position on the City Council. She was elected by 5000 votes. So 1000 people 5000. People put her in that put her in that in that position, so to what Rob was saying, really, really quick. Um That's a really good point. And what? What I'll be interested to see is if he if he does want to continue being mayor this and he continues to perhaps Speak to the will of the people beyond the activists that make the most noise and get all the attention. The outcome of that, I think will very much determine what the future of Minneapolis will look like. Because if he emerges victorious with a not so much pro police policy, but at least a pro law enforcement policy and just public safety, which is public public safety policy right and pushes back against what the council is doing. And he ends up getting a lot of attention and support behind that, then I think that's a good way to sort of gauge exactly what the people of Minneapolis actually actually want. Circling back to the Reformer, Peace Council member Philip Cunningham blasted fries move. He said that the city Has also misused the Office of Violence, Prevention of Violence interrupters for handling everything from rowdy protests. Well, I mean, they're violence interrupters, but what's their job? What are they supposed to do it from handling rowdy protest to funeral security. The council created the Office of Violence Prevention now Phil Philip Cunningham's quotes here. Absolutely made my jaw hit the floor. When I When I read this yesterday, he said the violence, Interrupters, referring to those are not meant to be a wholesale replacement to whatever whatever MPD doesn't want to do, he said. Having got the workers try to reopen the intersection hurts their credibility. They are mostly ex gang members. Quote. They've been seen as cops because the city is asking them to behave as cops. It is causing tremendous harm. So I read that and I thought so. Having a copy members out there trying to help the city and help reopen the the intersection is hurting their their credibility. So what is their credibility reliant upon Being criminals. Being ex gang members or not. Is that what there is that the credibility that that that fleet Cunningham is worried about? Hurting if they're seen as actually doing good? Whose whose credibility who are we harming their credibility with well. He's saying that by by actually doing the job that they were hired to do by clearing out the street By doing good. Yes, is hurting their community. And they're doing exactly what what the council wanted. They wanted to work with the community. And those are the people from a gap have been there for 2030 years, according to their bios on there. They've been in that community, so and then you've got remember your collar earlier in the week who called? It would say that you guys, you know that they needed to listen to the community. I forget what her name was. But one of the Minneapolis Amy. Yeah, and, uh, yeah, she was calling in and they needed to work with the community because Amy who I'm sure lives in a Dina knows what's best best for that community better than better than the people who actually there, But that was why they were there because they were community members..
"jacob frye" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"We're starting to see whether it was the grocery store. You know, we got a mom going out to buy groceries that just six months ago, I well, the prices were much different. Let me give you a few. Gasoline is 56.2% more expensive than it was just six months ago. Transportation services are up by over 11% in the past year. Together and this is the one you were talking about. Andrew. Food and energy prices have increased almost 4%, which is the fastest rate since 1992. Mean, how about the one that I'm very familiar with lumber prices alone have risen 124% in 2021. I mean, we've also and I know this one near and dear to your heart, Andrew. Do you know that we've had a 13% increase for bacon? Yes, I've heard. I've heard that specific number, But trust me. I know bacon prices have gone up. I thought you were gonna say ranch dressing, but bacon works too. Well, yeah, and listen, even a 6% increase for closed. It's one thing you remember. We used to talk about this all the time. But we worked together about how the government has this interesting way of trying to use core inflation versus everything else. Core inflation being those things that We use every day. It's the roof over our head. It's the food we eat. It's the clothes we wear. It's the energy that fuels the machines that transporters from here to there. I they? They used to try and hide some of the other inflationary things that would happen by saying core inflation at least is staying, you know, steady at whatever the number was. Guys core inflation is going crazy. The things that we used the necessities of life are all becoming more expensive, and I'm gonna say it again. This is what happens when you put Socialist Democrats in charge. Is there anything that you know on the horizon, you know, sort of sort of election overhauling a lot of these A lot of these Democratic majorities. I mean, is there anything that can be done in the short term to help stem this? Or is this uh is this a snowball rolling downhill and it's going to it's not going to stop until it reaches the bottom. I listen, Take a look at the current administration in that administration that that administration is littered with something called modern monetary theorists. Modern monetary theory literally believes debt does not matter. So I ask you, Andrew, How are you going to fix what's broken if you don't think debt makes a difference. I mean, if these guys think they can just keep printing money with a floating currency, and they wonder why these cryptocurrencies are actually jumping and value won't because it's this idea of scarcity, and it's you know, Bitcoin, for instance, is a lot like gold. It's got a limited amount. In people who are getting into that, if you think about it for a second are literally protecting themselves in the event that these people don't understand how real monetary theory works. So it's uh how do you fix it? You're going to have to fix it with the election. In the meantime, it's going to be up to Republicans and others in the house and in the U. S. Senate. Who understand real monetary theory that you ultimately has to pay the bill. That you can't continue to juice the system with more and more cash. It didn't push this, say these inflationary policies and expected somehow this thing is going to end well, it's going to take the adults in the room over the next several months, making it very clear, especially in the House. The 29 Democrats that are in districts that Donald Trump either one or that it was decided within a very slim margin. I don't think people realize Andrew The difference between Republicans and the minority of 213 seats, and the Republicans in the majority of 218 was only 31,751 votes last fall. It was that close, so those 29 members and I It's a phrase we've heard before. The animals tend to look at each other, much differently as the water recedes in the watering hole as we get closer at the moment of truth when they're going to have to vote for perhaps a reconciliation bill between October 1st and December 31st. A reconciliation bill that's loaded with tax increases changes the capital gains rates, eliminating stepped up basis with which would kill the family farm and many family businesses. As they're faced with that type of a choice, I think The goal is going to be to make sure that their own political survival is more important to them and walking off the end of the pier with Nancy Pelosi and her Socialist Act, her socialist Democrat majority so Well, see, I think that's going to be the key that and we've got to start educating people on the street that he just you can't keep printing money and spending the way we are and not have a plan to bring down the death and bring things back under control. Put people back to work so that they can create things so that they can drive the government that we expect, as opposed to having government just suck all the air out of the room. We've got to start doing a better job of that to Andrew. Representative Tom Emmer. Thank you so much for the time this morning, sir. Keep keep cool. Don't talk to you again real soon. Good luck with your feelings, John. Have a great Thanks, Tom. Talk to you know. Good luck. Good luck. You're revealing. Yeah, True Or he's going to need a truer words. They never have been spoken. He's going seriously good luck with your feelings. I am. I came across an article here and there's there's some things that we've obviously covered on the show, but a couple of quotes here. From Minneapolis Man Baby Mayor Mom jeans Jacob Frye that we haven't gotten into. This is a This is a story covering the attempts to reopen George Floyd Square 38th in Chicago from the Minnesota spokesman recorder. Okay, And they have a lot of the details of the Minnesota reformer had there's a couple things in here. I just came across it that um and I was. I'm definitely curious to get to get Max Reimer and Isaac Ors take just on what's been happening over there. But So we've talked. We talked on the show about the city partnered with the Agape movement, a Minneapolis based organization to reopen the intersection paid him a give him a contract worth up to $359,000 multiple contracts with the city. Um, according to slide about it. Yeah, which was kind of cool the funding. There's a few details here. We haven't seen you just kind of getting in. Getting in a little deeper would have gotten has been doing the funding for a guy would cover transportation operating costs such as wages and safety services for reopening the streets, Okay. So we go back to the press conference on June 3rd when Jacob Frye commended the group for their work, and he said, I really want to begin. This is June 3rd. When they first attempted to go and open up 38th in Chicago, he said. I really want to hold up their leadership. They came to us as a partner. They came to us with a vision for for community and they came to us with a vision for how we move forward with the phased reconnection with community at the forefront. Okay, so that was the first time around, Mayor Fry added. The plan that they put together from a gap ensures that the fifth statue would remain in the square that the location where George Floyd was murder, Never Has tires run over it again. But that certainly runs contrary to what they attempted to do this week on Tuesday, when they reopened it back up again, and there were cars that not over the fist, but they were putting in the roundabout and whatnot. Yes. Gap's plan with this. This is a part of it. We hadn't gotten into before right and this comes from Steve Floyd, the co founder of the group, No relation to George Floyd Floyd said his organization conducted surveys with residents and business owners. In and around GFS and found that 90% of respondents wanted to see the intersection safely reopened, though he wasn't able to provide exact figures.
"jacob frye" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"October 1st and December 31st, a reconciliation bill that's loaded with tax increases changes the capital gains rates. Eliminating stepped up basis, which would kill the family farm and many family businesses as they're faced with that type of a choice, I think The goal is going to be to make sure that their own political survival is more important to them and walking off the end of the pier with Nancy Pelosi and her Socialist Act. Socialist Democrat majority So See, I think that's going to be the key that and we've got to start educating people on the street that he just you can't keep printing money and spending the way we are and not have a plan to bring down the debt and bring things back under control. Put people back to work so that they can create things so that they can drive the government that we expect, as opposed to having government just suck all the air out of the room. We've got to start doing a better job of that to Andrew. Representative Tom Emmer. Thank you so much for the time this morning, sir. Keep keep cool. We'll talk to you again real soon. Hey, Good luck with your feelings, John. Have a great Thanks, Tom. Talk to you know. Good luck. Good luck with your feeling. Yeah, True, Or he's gonna need it truer words. They never have been spoken man. Seriously. Good luck with your feelings. I am. I came across an article here and there's there's some things that we've obviously covered on the show, but a couple of quotes here. From Minneapolis Man Baby Mayor Mom jeans Jacob Frye that we haven't gotten into. This is a This is a story covering the attempts to reopen George Floyd Square 38th in Chicago from the Minnesota spokesman recorder. Okay, And they have a lot of the details of the Minnesota reformer had there's a couple things in here. I just came across it that um and I was. I'm definitely curious to get to get Max Reimer and Isaac Ors take just on what's been happening over there. But So we've talked. We talked on the show about his the city partner with the agape Movement, a Minneapolis based organization to reopen the intersection pit imma give him a contract worth up to $359,000 multiple contracts with the state. According to this lied about it. Yeah, which was kind of cool. The funding is a few details here. We haven't seen you just kind of getting in. Getting in a little deeper would have gotten has been doing the funding for a gap would cover transportation operating costs such as wages and safety services for reopening the streets, Okay. So we go back to the press conference on June 3rd when Jacob Frye commended the group for their work, and he said, I really want to begin. This is June 3rd. When they first attempted to go and open up 38th in Chicago, he said. I really want to hold up their leadership. They came to us as a partner. They came to us with a vision for for community and they came to us with the vision for how we move forward with the phased reconnection with community at the forefront. Okay, so that was the first time around, Mayor Fry added. The plan that they put together from agape ensures that the fifth statue would remain in the square. And that the location where George Floyd was murder, Never Has tires run over it again. But that certainly runs contrary to what they attempted to do this week on Tuesday, when they reopened it back up again, and there were cars that not over the fist, but they were putting in the roundabout and whatnot. Yes. Gap's plan with this. This is a part of that we hadn't gotten into before right and this comes from Steve Floyd, the co founder of the group, No relation to George Floyd Floyd said his organization conducted surveys with residents and business owners..
"jacob frye" Discussed on AP News
"In Chicago now inform Really George Floyd Square in Minneapolis have been moved along with artwork and other items in his memory. City Council vice president Andrea Jenkins says the intersection has to be reopened and the memorial to flow it must live on now it's time for us to begin the process. Of rebuilding this community to create the kind of memorial that is worthy. Of the life of George Floyd Mayor Jacob Frye says traffic will not be fully restored for some time. Celebrity lawyer F. Lee Bailey is dead at 87 F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler. And former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman about racism. And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. I'm Margie Szaroleta. This is a P news. Organizers of a Memorial Day event in Hudson, Ohio, are drawing sharp criticism for turning off the microphone during a speech by retired Army officer as he was sharing the history behind Memorial Day, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Barnard Kempner began talking about how freed black slaves had honored fallen soldiers soon after the Civil War Real day. Was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves. Organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of.
Minneapolis Mayor: After Year of Reckoning, Time for Change
"Almost a year after the death of George Floyd the mayor of Minneapolis is making changes our city has come and has seen a moment of racial reckoning perhaps hundreds of years in the making Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye we live in a city that has a whole lot of work for us but we live in a city that is also committed to making that change and fry is pushing ahead with a public safety proposal that he says will help keep our neighborhoods safe and hold police accountable there is a truth knowledge meant that the way we have done things in the past is not acceptable I Shelley Adler
Floyd family agrees to $27M settlement amidst ex-cop's trial
"The family of George Floyd has reached a civil settlement that attorney Ben Crump says will send a powerful message that black lives do matter the city of Minneapolis has agreed to pay twenty seven million dollars to settle a civil lawsuit from George Boyd's family over the black man's death in police custody Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye appeared at a news conference on Friday with members of George Boyd's family and their attorneys a centuries in the making of reckoning around racial justice my family attorney Chris Stewart said the decision may affect other cities trying to decide if they should get rid of no knock warrants or chuckles do we want to change these policies they have twenty seven million reasons now why they should place nephew Brandon Williams this is a new step in the healing process meanwhile judge Peter Cahill is reinstated to third degree murder charge as jury selection continues in the trial of the former officer who held his knee on George place neck for nearly nine minutes I'm Jennifer king
George Floyd death: Minnesota governor decries violent protests
"Despite a curfew there was widespread chaos in the streets of Minneapolis net last night governor Tim Walz held a news conference early this morning the governor of Minnesota he blamed the violence on determined anarchists and said the local police state police National Guard and firefighters are overwhelmed he says he's spoken with president trump and joint chiefs chairman general mark Milley and says it's prudent that some military police units have been put on standby Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye also spoke you care about your community you got to put this to an end it needs to
Minneapolis mayor makes emotional call for peace
"The mayor of Minneapolis Minnesota made an emotional plea for peace after the second night of protest turned violent over the death of an unarmed black man in police custody George Floyd was seen in a disturbing video moaning and crying that he couldn't breathe as a Minneapolis police officer continuously pressed his knee into the handcuffed man's neck Floyd was later pronounced dead and Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye said he believes the officer should be charged let me be clear the arresting officer killed as to the precise charge I'm not gonna get into that the death has sparked demonstrations and many calls for the officer to be
Minneapolis mayor makes emotional call for peace
"The mayor of Minneapolis calling for peace after a second night of violent protests following the death of a black man in police custody I love Minneapolis and emotional mayor Jacob Frye said George Floyd did not receive love and peace from Minneapolis police officers Monday night but we can still honor him by practicing those values during a time of great strife fry did not condemn the protests but said we must restore the peace so that we can do this hard work together the police chief says he cannot allow the looting and fires to
Minneapolis mayor makes emotional call for peace
"The mayor of Minneapolis calls for peace following a night of violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody I love Minneapolis and emotional mayor Jacob Frye said George Floyd did not receive love and peace from Minneapolis police officers Monday night but we can still honor him by practicing those values during a time of great strife fry did not condemn the protests but said we must restore the peace so that we can do this hard work together the police chief says he cannot allow the looting and fires to
Violent protests, fires erupt in Minneapolis over George Floyd death
"Coleman some big fires are raging in Minneapolis after protests turned violent last night people gather to protest the police killing this week of an unarmed black man different parts of Minneapolis were looted and building set afire as police scanners reported a large amount of smoke inside of AutoZone lot of large amount of smoke from broadcastify dot com Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye has asked governor Tim walls to call out the Minnesota National Guard for Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd have been fired one officer was videoed on Monday kneeling on Floyd's neck as he lay handcuffed on the ground gasping for breath Minnesota public radio's Matt sepic reports the mayor of Minneapolis is calling for more action Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry is calling on the Hennepin county attorney's office to file criminal charges against a Minneapolis police officer who was seen on video pressing his knee into the neck of George Floyd for several minutes before Floyd became unresponsive and was later pronounced dead at a
New video shows Minneapolis police arrest of George Floyd before death
"In Minneapolis fallout from the death of the man in police custody this week continues a video that went viral shows a police officer pressing his knee into the neck of a man the man was face down on the street handcuffed he repeatedly told the officer he could not breathe protesters gathered last night and then again today to demand that officers arrested the mayor is now calling for the same thing NPR Cheryl Corley is following that she's here now hi Cheryl hi just give us the latest catch us up on what has happened today well we know that the the four officers were all fired the mayor has weighed in on this is is you mention and set on the statement on Twitter that being black in America shouldn't be a death sentence we also know that the FBI is conducting a federal civil rights investigation the state police are conducting one as well and as we know that that arrest was captured on video and we know how that brought this whole issue of police use of force into the public consciousness and and many folks just say that this death was similar to the twenty fourteen death of Eric garner who also said he couldn't breathe when he was detained by police yeah we should just lay out clearly the man in question the man who died George Floyd is blocked the police officers need you see on his neck is white so that's the underlying dynamic here the family of George Floyd and we mentioned that the mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frye they are asking for criminal charges to be filed what do we know about that isn't likely well we've seen it happen in recent years we have seen police officers charged there was another case in Minnesota in twenty sixteen where an officer in the shooting death of Philando Casteel you may remember that one that was the school cafeteria supervisor of the officer was charged officer Janice he was acquitted in Chicago there was a police officer was found guilty of second degree murder in the shooting death of laquan McDonald that also raised a lot of protest across the country the video was really crucial Mary Louise in both those cases and it may be here to if any charges are filed I talked to Chuck Wexler the head of the police executive research forum that's an organization that works to develop best practices for police department and he said he's seen that video you really ask yourself why does that officer has continued to keep his his knee on the individual snack I mean it's just it's just excruciating to watch after he says he can't read and I will also want to point out that there are about a thousand the fatal police involved deaths every year and and few of those officers are charged but it does happen he mentioned the case of Eric garner and I'm also thinking of Michael brown in Ferguson in twenty fourteen those staffs did lead to reforms just remind us what happened there what what we might be watching for here well in both of those cases we solve the department of justice get involved in in Ferguson in particular there was a consent decree and the the city and the police department had to make several changes M. what happens in a lot of these cases is that the most significant policy and reform is all about the use of force and we've seen that in several departments in the first issue the first issue they take as they say you know you have to believe in the sanctity of life when we are dealing with these cases and then the second reform is that they asked officers to intervene and that there must be a duty to intervene so those are probably the two biggest reforms that have come out of these
Minneapolis mayor calls for white police officer to be charged in black man's death
"The mayor of Minneapolis is calling on a police officer to face charges in the death of an unarmed black man but mayor Jacob Frye didn't list a charge but he did say after watching a video what officers did was uncalled for white officer Stoneleigh rest his knee into the neck of an on arms handcuffed black man I saw no threat I saw nothing that would signal that this kind of force was necessary witnesses said George Floyd said he couldn't breathe and they pleaded for the officer to let up four officers have been
Video shows cop with knee on neck of moaning man who later died
"Minneapolis mayor Jacob prices for officers have been fired following the death of a black man in police custody Jacob Frye made that announcement about the responding officers on Twitter family attorney Benjamin Crump released a statement earlier in the day identifying the victim as George Floyd video shows Floyd on the ground with an officer's knee pressed against his neck he is also heard saying I cannot