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Jan. 6 panel sets contempt vote for former DOJ official
"Hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross you're you're reporting reporting the the house house January January six six paddle paddle schedules schedules a a contempt contempt vote vote for for a a former former DOJ DOJ official official a a house house committee committee investigating investigating the the January January sixth sixth insurrection insurrection of of the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol has has scheduled scheduled a a vote vote for for Wednesday Wednesday on on whether whether to to hold hold a a former former justice justice department department lawyer lawyer Jeffrey Jeffrey Clark Clark in in contempt contempt Clark Clark appeared appeared for for a a deposition deposition on on November November fifth fifth but but he he told told the the panel panel he he would would not not answer answer questions questions based based partly partly on on former former president president Donald Donald trump's trump's legal legal efforts efforts to to block block the the committee's committee's investigation investigation Clark Clark is is one one of of more more than than forty forty people people the the committee committee has has subpoenaed subpoenaed so so far far meantime meantime members members of of the the house house committee committee say say they they could could decide decide as as soon soon as as this this week week whether whether to to hold hold former former White White House House chief chief of of staff staff mark mark meadows meadows in in contempt contempt as as well well Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Washington Washington
Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Roger Stone, Alex Jones
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting the house January six panel subpoenas Roger stone and Alex Jones the house select committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the US capitol has issued subpoenas to five more individuals including Roger stone an ally of former president Donald Trump and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones the subpoenas demanded documents and testimony from stone Jones and three people accused of organizing and promoting the two rallies that took place January sixth in the nation's capital representative Bennie Thompson the democratic chair of the panel said we need to know who organized planned paid for and received funds related to those events the committee also wants to know what communications organizers had with officials in the White House and Congress Mike
Jan. 6 rioter who carried spear, wore horns, draws 41 months
"A January sixth writer whose horn for hat bare chested red white blue face paint made him one of the more recognizable figures in the assault on the capital has been sentenced to forty one months in prison prosecutors say Jacob chance Lee was the public face of the capital riot he's not accused of violence but he was one of the first enter the building holding a spear tipped flag pole it's one of the longer sentences among six hundred and fifty people charged in the capital six riot chance Lee pleaded guilty to a felony charge of obstructing an official proceeding U. S. district judge Royce Lamberth said his remorse appeared to be genuine but noted the seriousness of his actions his lawyer Albert Watkins said his client is in dire need of mental health treatment his focus is on what do I need to do to commence the healing process Jennifer king Washington
Wyoming GOP votes to no longer recognize Cheney as a Republican
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the Wyoming GOP votes to stop recognizing representative Liz Cheney as a Republican the Wyoming Republican Party voted over the weekends to no longer recognize representative Liz Cheney as a member of the GOP the state party Central Committee voted thirty one twenty nine Saturday in its latest rebuke of Cheney in February the Wyoming GOP Central Committee voted to censure Cheney for voting to impeach former president Donald Trump for his role in the January sixth right at the US capitol Cheney is Wyoming's only U. S. representative in remarks on the house floor in may Cheney was resolute remaining silent and
Appeals court temporarily blocks imminent release of Trump White House records
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a court temporarily delays release of former president trump's January sixth records a federal appeals court has temporarily blocked release of records from the trump White House sought by a U. S. house committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the U. S. capitol the U. S. court of appeals for the district of Columbia granted administrative stay sought by former president Donald Trump effectively delaying at least until the end of this month release of the records that were to be turned over Friday after president Joe Biden waived executive privilege on the records trump went to court arguing as a former president he still had the right to exert privilege over the records the U. S. district judge rejected those arguments Tuesday and that same judge denied an emergency motion by trump Wednesday might
Judge denies Trump's request to block release of documents to January 6 committee
"A federal judge has rejected the request from former president trump to block the release of documents surrounding the January sixth insurrection Donald trump's lawyers sought an injunction to prevent the release of documents requested by the house select committee investigating the deadly attack on the U. S. capitol in January but U. S. district judge Tanya chutkan refused the request saying president Joe Biden is best positioned to determine if executive privilege should be waived which Biden did last month according to a filing by the National Archives the documents being sought include call logs drafts of remarks and hand written notes from trump's then chief of staff mark meadows it's likely this dispute over documents could reach the U. S. Supreme Court Jackie
US Capitol rioter facing Jan. 6 charges seeks asylum in Belarus: State TV
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an American facing charges from the January sixth riot seeks asylum in Belarus a California man who faces criminal charges from the January sixth riot at the U. S. capitol has turned up in Belarus where he's seeking asylum according to the country's state TV in an interview with Belarus one forty eight year old Evan Neumann of mill valley California acknowledged he was at the capitol on January sixth but he rejected the charges against him according to court papers police body camera footage shows Newman shopping a metal barricade into a line of officers punching two officers with his fist and then hitting them with the barricade Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko and Russian president Vladimir Putin have used the January sixth ride to accuse the US of a double standard in criticizing other countries including Russia and Belarus for cracking down on anti government protests hi
House Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 10 former White House aides
"House investigators have issued ten more subpoenas closer to Donald trump's inner circle as they investigate the deadly January sixth capital insurrection another batch of subpoenas has gone out seeking documents and testimony from key insiders like trump's press secretary Kaylee mac Anne and his senior policy adviser Stephen Miller the panel alleges Miller helped spread false information about alleged voter fraud and that McEntee was with trump as he watched the insurrection unfold and spoke that morning at a rally lawmakers are working to find out more about what trump is doing and saying as his supporters violently stormed the U. S. capitol the panel's now issued more than thirty subpoenas and has interviewed over one hundred fifty witnesses Jackie Quinn Washington
Former Justice Dept. lawyer cuts Jan. 6 deposition short
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former justice department lawyer cut short a January sixth deposition a leading figure in the trump era justice department cut short a deposition Friday by house committee investigating the January sixth capital insurrection former assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clark ended the deposition after around ninety minutes Clark presented the committee with a letter saying he would not answer questions based on former president Donald trump's assertions of executive privilege trump has sued the committee and the National Archives seeking to block the government from releasing a trunk of internal White House documents including hand written staff notes from before and during the insurrection Mike Rossio Washington
Prosecutors seek 44 months in 1st sentence for riot violence
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting prosecutors seek forty four months in the sentencing of a capital rioter federal prosecutors are recommending a prison sentence of nearly four years for a New Jersey gym owner who took part of the January sixth right at the U. S. capitol forty four year old Scott fear lam pleaded guilty to obstruction of an official proceeding and assaulting a police officer during the riot if U. S. district judge Royce Lamberth adopts the justice department's recommendation of a forty four month prison term it would be the longest sentence for a writer to date prosecutors said farewell was one of the first rioters to breach the capital and his violent actions emboldened other rioters around him for a web sentencing is scheduled for next Wednesday Mike Rossio Washington
Trump wants call logs, aide's notes hidden from Jan. 6 panel
"Former president Donald Trump is suing to block the National Archives from turning over thousands of documents relating to the January sixth capital insurrection to the house committee investigating that riot I'm Ben Thomas with a look at what kinds of records those are the court filing by the National Archives reveals the trump suit seeks to shield daily presidential diaries schedules appointment information showing visitors to the White House activity logs and call logs it also includes drafts of remarks speeches and correspondence and former White House press secretary Kelly Macanese binders of talking points and statements principally relating to the allegations of voter fraud election security and other topics concerning the twenty twenty election and three hand written notes from former White House chief of staff mark meadows files including a draft executive order on the topic of election integrity I'm Ben Thomas
Trump announces launch of media company, social media site
"Former president Donald Trump says he's returning to social media but it won't be where you used to find him I'm Ben Thomas with the latest trump says he's launching a new media company with its own social media platform the former president says his goal in launching the trump media and technology group and its truth social app is to create a rival to the big tech company sort of shot amount he was barred from Twitter and Facebook nine months ago for his role in inciting the January six insurrection at the U. S. capitol social media service trump's megaphone in his rise in national politics and as president trump used Twitter daily taking jabs at political rivals and those who crossed him and sometimes to announce policy I'm
The complicated road ahead for the Justice Department and Steve Bannon
"The house is expected to vote later today to hold trump adviser Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress for refusing to answer questions about the January sixth insurrection if the house does find Steve Bannon in contempt for defying and investigative committee's subpoena it will still be up to the justice department to decide whether to prosecute the trump adviser the stakes are enormous and huge Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin serves on the January sixth committee he says Bannon's testimony and records will be key how was this plant how
Jan. 6 panel votes to hold Steve Bannon in contempt
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a house committee investigating the January sixth capital insurrection votes to hold one of Donald trump's allies in contempt the vote was unanimous on this boat there are nine ice zero knows the house committee tasked with investigating the January sixth capital insurrection voted Tuesday night to hold former White House aide Steve Bannon in contempt for failing to meet the committee's demands for documents and testimony committee chair Bennie Thompson Mr Bannon has no lawful grounds not to comply with a subpoena representative Liz Cheney one of only two Republicans on the committee frame to the investigation this way all of us who are elected officials must do our duty to prevent the dismantling of the rule of law and to ensure that nothing like that dark day in January ever happens again former president Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the entirety of the congressional request Mike Rossi out Washington
Trump files lawsuit to keep Jan. 6 documents from Congress
"Former president Donald Trump filed suit against the house select committee and the National Archives as the standoff intensifies over a former advisers refusal to testify before the committee investigating the deadly capital it tack in January former president trump is trying to block the release of documents related to the January sixth insurrection heading to court to challenge president Biden's decision to waive executive privilege on those items trump called it a vexatious illegal fishing expedition but last week Biden's press secretary said there's nothing political about working to ensure that the events of January six never happen again the January sixth committee is scheduled to vote today to hold former trump adviser Steve Bannon in criminal contempt of Congress he defied a subpoena relating to his role in the attempt to violently blocked Joe Biden's presidential certification from taking place Jackie Quinn Washington
Trump sues House January 6 committee to block release of documents
"Former president Donald Trump filed a lawsuit trying to block the release of documents sought by the committee investigating the January sixth capital insurrection just days after president biting ordered the release of documents call logs and schedules from the trump White House from January sixth the former president's filed a lawsuit saying the request by the congressional committee investigating the deadly attack is almost limitless in scope and seeks records with no reasonable connection to that day trump calls it a political ploy in court papers and says biting should assert executive privilege the January sixth legislative committee seeking the documents as it investigates the mob of trump supporters that stormed the capital trying to block the certification of Biden's election victory Jackie Quinn
Biden pays tribute to fallen law enforcement officers
"President Joe Biden paid tribute Saturday at the U. S. capitol to fallen police officers and honor those who fought off the January six insurrection at that very site Biden spoke at the annual national police officers memorial service to remember the four hundred and ninety one officers who died in the line of duty in twenty nineteen and twenty twenty your loss is also America's loss the president stood where the pilot mob tried to block his own ascension and singled out capitol police because these men and women we have word as a catastrophe but there are ways in Canada cost flooded pointed out a hundred and fifty officers were injured and five died in the attacks aftermath he also pushed for reforms that include more resources for police not less we expect everything out of you it is beyond the capacity of anyone to make the total expectations VanEck cop today is one hell of a lot harder than it's ever been I'm Julie Walker
Jan. 6 panel moving swiftly as it sets Bannon contempt vote
"A former top adviser to former president Donald Trump faces the real possibility of criminal charges for refusing a congressional subpoena the house committee investigating the January sixth assault on the capital by supporters of former president Donald Trump has scheduled a vote Tuesday I'm bringing criminal contempt charges against former trump adviser Steve Bannon for refusing to comply with the subpoena reporters ask president Biden about Bannon I hope that the committee goes after another novel prosecuted by it the committee and then the full house agree the charges will be sent to the justice department which has the final say in any prosecution Bannon's lawyer says he's complying with trump's claim of executive privilege despite his not working for trump or his administration at the time of the attack to McGuire Washington
"january six" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"In the January six capital attack at Brainerd, head of the group says they gather today for a peaceful protests. We don't want any today and we condemn the political violence that happened on January six. Anybody who engaged in that kind of violence or property destruction that day deserves to be tried with a speedy trial. They found guilty locked up for a long time. Marine heard says the rally was not about former president Trump President Biden or the last election was extensive police presence today at the rally, also a town hall dot com The Pentagon has retreated from its defense of a drone strike. That killed a number of civilians in Afghanistan. Correspondent Ken Mormon reports. Marine General Frank McKenzie, head of US Central Command, called it a tragic mistake. For days after the August 29th strike, Pentagon officials asserted it had been conducted correctly. But news organizations were raising doubts, reporting that the driver of the targeted vehicle was a long time employee of an American humanitarian organization and cited an absence of evidence to support the pentagons assertion. That the vehicle contained explosives Can Mormon reporting A U. S official says that Biden administration plans on quote massive movements of Haitian migrants in the Texas border city. Some of those flights to Haiti will start Sunday morning. Tropical Storm Odette may not turn out to be too much, but forecasters say parts of the Northeast U. S and Canada could get some heavy rain. More on these.
"january six" Discussed on KTRH
"Folks out because there's this January 6th rally that's gonna be going on. Uh, tomorrow. In fact, and evidently they're worried about it. I wonder if our next guest is worried about it. Congressman Troy Nehls joins us. What are they expecting? Like 500? I think to 1000 people. Congressman nails and, um, I'm not quite sure why we need to erect all these fences again at the Capitol. Unless, of course, it's about the optics of making sure great show people understand how dangerous these people are. It is. It's all about optics When Nancy Pelosi in the the majority of their I mean, listen, I'm aware of what's going to take place up there tomorrow. I think it's just a bunch of flag waving patriotic Americans. Expressing their concern about January six. I think there's many of them that are concerned about Ashley Babbitt and justice for Ashley and I. I'm taking a deep dive in the January six I've been in law enforcement for 30 years and Ashley Babbitt. I was murdered in our nation's capital on January six. Well, mainly, I think they're trying to remind Americans. We've got a lot of fellow Americans who did nothing more than trespassing, exercise our First Amendment right to protest and there's still locked up in jail without bail. Um, no one's talking about them and except for maybe these people who are going out to protest Well, of course it And when you look at January six, and you look at Trump's speech, you look at the time lines and the media doesn't want to really get into all these timelines. But President Trump spoke for 75 minutes he started speaking about three minutes before noon. He spoke until 1:10 P.m. and the first breach, so to speak with a bicycle racks. We're going into the Capitol Police were 15 minutes prior. To the end of Trump's speech. So everybody wants to see it and say that the 5th 30 to $35,000 that were in the Ellipse lifting the trump speech. Those are the ones that went into the capital cause all the destruction they didn't because nobody left. Trump. Uh, speech. People stay there. So it was the extreme far left in the extreme far right? That really caused the problems for us. On January six. It wasn't the Trump supporters that were at his speech because the timeline doesn't match. Let me ask you this congressman. How is it that in places like Harris County Weekend, let criminals out some of them career criminals out NPR bonds and we have people being held in jail for January. 6th. What happened that day I misdemeanor charges with no bond available. How is that even possible? While because the ones up in up in D C. There's a federal, uh, jail in D. C and there is no bail in the federal system. You're either held or you're not. And that's why those individuals have been held up there. You've got some liberal judge and don't surprise you're up in the district of Columbia up there that are being held. But yes, absolutely. What took place down here throughout the entire summer would take place across the entire country with individuals burning our buildings and throwing trails and bottles at law enforcement and every other thing out of their body. Throwing it at law enforcement. Those individuals have been released. Maybe not even any charges at all. And then there was some extremists, even in the Democrat Party that we're trying to raise money to help bail those individuals on the hypocrisy. Of this party makes me sick. All right, Congressman. Thanks as always appreciated, sir. That is Congressman Troy Nehls. Joining us 7 26. Now let's take a look at your money. Karen Chase is here with that..
"january six" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Treason is a That's a That's a crime, and that's like the highest possible crime. I'm not willing to say. An American, You know, Joint Chiefs of staff Chairman is treason. As I can't say that. I'm saying that what Trump's reaction? You know, sometimes, one of my criticisms of Trump is that he exaggerates. And, uh so But the problem is, if this general really thought this, and if he started taking accidents like this matter, very dangerous position for him to take From a president. He didn't like President who? Look I'm critical of how Trump handles January six. I don't think it was impeachable, and I don't think that, um I don't think he incited that crowd. But did he react fast enough that he defended Congress to defend Vice President Pence? No. Um and so I'm critical, but Um, I think I think Trump causes some people who lose their sensibilities there so sure that he's horrible. I mean, like evil that they start. Imagining things about him that are worse than the reality. The reality is he the mixed person he's got, he said. A lot of things that are very, very impressive. Very, very impressive. And I document these in terms of the Middle East in the book. I want to pause you right there, But I'm a will continue with this, uh, New York Times Best selling author Joel C. Rosenberg new book out. Called enemies and allies available everywhere..
"january six" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Following the January six attack on the U. S. Capitol. In a news release, the department said the violations included conduct unbecoming failure to comply with directives improv. Her remarks. And improper dissemination of information. Separately case involving an unnamed Capitol police officer accused of unsatisfactory performance and conduct unbecoming is still pending. According to the department. The release did state there was no evidence any of the officers had committed a crime and looks like a House Special committee is now investigating what happened on that day. Pope Francis has resumed traveling after his recent surgery over the summer. Let's find out more from CBS Sabina Castle Franco. She's reporting from Rome. Francis traveled to Hungary and Slovakia on Sunday on his first foreign trip since undergoing colon surgery. In July, The pope is scheduled to meet the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, during a very short visit to Budapest. And presided over the closing mass of the International Eucharistic Congress. Francis then travels on to Slovakia, where he is expected to visit three cities before returning to the Vatican on Wednesday. Sabina Castle Franco CBS news Room and now from the fruit of the Vine Department. Apparently thieves have stolen valuable harvest. From some Kansas City churches. Let's get this story from CBS is Linda Kenyan Hosanna Lutheran Church in Liberty lost its entire grape harvest £1500 cut to the vine. The grapes were supposed to be used to make communion wine. Saint Peter and All Saints Episcopal Church in Kansas City lost their entire apple and pear harvest. The fruit was meant for a food pantry in a homeless shelter. Those harvests 3 to 4 years in the making, the Reverend John Fraser says. It's just really sad. Someone taking that quantity of fruit was probably just going to go and sell it. Linda Kenyan CBS News It's 12 18 police and films are searching for the driver of a vehicle involved in a fatal hit and run Friday night that killed an 81 year old pedestrian. The man was walking with three other people when a speeding vehicle when up onto the sidewalk and hit him from behind. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The other pedestrians were not injured. Filled with police say the driver did not stop. They are actively looking for a red sedan that is low to the ground, possibly and likely has heavy windshield and front end damage. The investigation ongoing ABC is Derek Dennis has an update now on the death toll from Hurricane Ida and its remnants. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, announcing the death toll from the remnants of Hurricane either in his state has risen to 29 with two additional deaths. Authorities identifying two bodies pulled from the Passaic River as two friends who went missing during the storm, and we're apparently swept away in torrential flooding. Their deaths bring the total death toll from idea to at least 84 8 states, including 54 in the northeast. I the first made landfall in Louisiana on August 29th two weeks ago. Derek Dennis ABC News Looks like a New York hospital has temporarily shut its maternity ward..
"january six" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"January six insurrection, the FBI still unable to identify that suspect seen walking with an unusual gait, wearing a face mask, glasses, gloves and a hooded sweatshirt. BBC's chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas, ABC News has learned that the Justice Department is preparing to sue Texas over a restrictive new law. Which bans most abortions. Supreme Court has granted a stay of execution for Texas death row inmate John Ramirez, The convicted murderers challenged the state's refusal to allow his minister to hold his hand in the death chamber. A portion of the Florida Panhandle is under a tropical storm warning tonight. Now that Mindy's made landfall across Mindy's track as it moves through the Florida Panhandle, it will re emerge back into the Atlantic Ocean by Thursday night into Friday, and that's when it's going to eventually weakened and dissipate. ABC News meteorologist Melissa Griffin says Mindy could live up to six inches of rain across the Panhandle. You're listening to ABC News. The pandemics reminded us we live in a sea of airborne germs that can assault us with every breath. Your nose is the body's first line of defense by helping filter out allergens, bacteria and viruses before they reach your lungs. But like any air filter, the more clogged up, it gets, the less it works. So how do you clean your nose? I'm Martin Hoke and I didn't invent his lyric Gatien. The neti pots been around thousands of years. But I did invent Nevada's to make cleaning your nose easy. Nevada's uses powered suction to flush out mucus and germs that cause congestion or worse can make you sick..
"january six" Discussed on KOMO
"C. During the January six the U. S Capitol, right, have asked to withdraw from a lawsuit filed by those officers will score when Hank reports. The request comes after an investigation finds two of those officers broke the law. The lawyers say. The officers suit made a false statement when it said there is no evidence any of them participated in criminal activities or misconduct on January 6th. Seattle Office of Police Accountability Investigation last week found two of those officers are guilty of trespassing on Capitol grounds. O P. A director Andrew Meyer Berg tells KOMO News. The discipline should be termination. Como is among the media outlets had filed a public records request for the officers, identities. The officers sued to stop it Now they're lawyers have filed a motion to withdraw from that suit. Corwin hey. Cuomo. News as demand for Covid vaccine continues to slow here. Cargo ship workers from all over the world are now getting vaccinated at Washington's ports. Members representing community health partners, Medical teams International and the dock workers. Unions are boarding vessels stopped along the Columbia and offering vaccines. Majority of the vaccines given aboard ships are the Johnson and Johnson one dose vaccine so that crew members don't have to wait and return for a second shot. Emergency spending is likely to come and help clear a backlog of court cases in King County caused by COVID as cold as Brian Calvert reports, the amount being considered doesn't come close to what's actually needed. There's swift justice. Then there's King County, likely not alone in its backlog. But as the largest legal clearinghouse in the state King County courts have been delayed, most We've been shorthanded for awhile, but the coronavirus shut down the flow of trials for several months. Superior Court presiding Judge Jim Rogers has asked for just over 17 million District Court. Susan Mahoney needs 15 million. King County executive Dow Constantine saying everyone needs help has pledged just over five million for both courts to share. Instead, judges are being shifted out of family law and are now hearing criminal cases, The Times reports. There's a backlog of criminal cases dating back to 2018, already meaning civil cases and family rights matters could get pushed back even further. The King County Council will take up extra funding for courts later this month. Brian Calvert Carmona's coming up on Como I'm Carlene Johnson. The death toll has risen in Oregon from the historic heat wave a couple weeks ago. Details are straight ahead. First to 12 04 Connell. Traffic.
"january six" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"S Capitol grounds January six should be terminated. Not so fast, says the head of the police union, Mike Solan, tells Cairo radio story months in the investigation by the office of Police. Accountability has some holes in it. So out of respect for Opa, I'm not going to really get into what we're missing. But I can tell you that the case file is woefully incomplete. Cairo RADIOS Hannah Scott sorts out exactly what local and federal investigators found the OPR investigation focus solely on whether the officers broke any laws are violated. SPD policy two of the six officers Were found to have done both by standing in a restricted area next to the Capitol building. Opa director Andrew Meyer Berg says their claims of not knowing they were in a restricted area and that they saw no illegal activity didn't hold up. Investigators say two other officers who just participated in a Trump rally should not be fired. The probe into a third cop was inconclusive. In Tacoma. Investigators sell Cairo seven TV A fire at a recycling facility was sparked by a car. Battery that ignited combustibles in a scrap pile. You might have seen the smoke from this yesterday. It forced people in the area to shut their doors and windows. It was so bad. The assault and fire continues to burn in southeast Washington, and it's not the only active fire. This started Wednesday and has already burned at least 25,000 acres. Then you have the Batterman Road fire near Wenatchee. They have this 80% contained. But this fire has also burned a lot of acreage. 14,000 and counting. The Andrews fire near Shane E. In Spokane County is now 55% contained Cairo seven TVs Matthew Smith with the update their copper radios Nicole Jennings, now with more, the state Fire.
"january six" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Trial. The first post Civil War battle over Civil rights and Voter Suppression. Great to Talk with you again, Scott. Hello, Melissa. It's always a pleasure. It feels to me like January six revealed some serious problems with former military and police officers being radicalized Couldn't an exploration being widely read of issues of race helped to address that? So I would agree 100% with that, So I mean, obviously, we know that groups like the proud boys Patriot Prayer with keepers, etcetera, etcetera have made no secret of the fact that they are encouraging their members to join the military as well as local police forces. I guess they have some sort of fantasy about someday being in a position of authority if they ever have to take over the United States government or something like that, so I think it's It's a problem that General Milley was certainly wise to raise. I hope it's not very extensive. In fact, we don't have good data to know how extensive neo Confederate white supremacist views are in the military. But it's certainly a concern and the military being one of the most integrated institutions in American society. You mentioned that 90% of all the active duty or African Americans and 40% of our people of color. Obviously you want to have an organization of that size be harmonious. And so you need people to understand each other, understand their backgrounds understand of special experiences. And so I think you said General Millie's offering the fairly commonsensical notion that hey, I should learn about all the people under my commands and understand how they think so that they can all work better together. J. D. Vance is an author of Hillbilly Elegy and thinks about working class folks, and it does seem to me that there's a working class overrepresentation in the military. Is that right? Well, I'm sure there's some degree. There's some truth to that in a sense that it's not a volunteer army, so it is self selected. And I think a lot of people who have don't have obvious pathways to success in business and other things. See the military is a great career or in a way to raise money for college. And so I do believe that people from the working class is probably are disproportionately represented, but I don't think it's on a racial basis is more on a class basis. Now What I want to do is take a very quick break here When we come back, I want to think a little bit more about how race works within the military for our understanding of patriotism as well..
"january six" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"When you look at the long arcs of history around the world and how democracies have stumbled. These aren't usually things that happened. Super rapidly. They are an accumulation over time of Many small injuries and large injuries that chip away at people's trust in the system at their their trust in the legitimacy of information and increase their sense of betrayal and anger and their willingness to believe that violence is a legitimate solution. Miller. Idriss warns that this is not the end of the citizen militia. More like a lull before the next storm hits But in the wake of January 6th Zell Oh has gone quiet. The far right groups have been band and the APP is no longer the meeting place for all things Insurrection. Rumor has it. Some members are going back to basics and have started using ham radio to organize. Hampton and I are looking into that. As for 1% watchdog today, we're gonna be talking about the January six capital protest and what happened on Zillow? He sent me this clip from a podcast episode he was working on which he said would feature in investigation. Of me. We'll also be talking about the infiltration and take down of Zell oh, by leftist media, headed by W. N. Y C of New York Public radio. I watched his podcast feed waiting for the episode to drop, but it never did. I reached out to him for comment for the story and again. No response. Then a militia member lied to me some texts that he'd sent late one night in mid April. Quote. No more US CF. No more podcast. No, Marcello, no more hurricanes. I need my life back six years was long enough to prove to me that there's nothing for us to do other than to wait for the tyrants to make a mistake. And to piss off a big enough crowd to take them out. We've got them Declaration. Oh, it deep pet stuff. 1% watchdog may have signed off for now, but we're here for the long haul from the media. I'm Michael Longer guns to think they're coming for us. I.
"january six" Discussed on AP News
"Security failures surrounding the January six assault on the capital by backers of former President Donald Trump. Report, poor planning and multiple layers of bureaucracy led to the violent siege, an effort to be bipartisan and find quick agreement on security improvements to the capital. Senate. Democrats wrote the report with the Republican counterparts and largely steered clear of addressing the former president's rule. Leading Republican leader Mitch McConnell will insist there is no need for further investigation. Today's report is one of the many reasons I'm confident. And the ability of existing investigations to uncover all actionable facts about the events of January six. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the Congressional Commission needs to take a long, hard look as to the Y. The attack happened with the exception of a brief reference to performer President Trump's remarks at the Ellipse. Senate Republicans insisted That the report exclude anything having to do with the cause of the insurrection. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden leaves tomorrow for the G seven summit. He's been getting ready for 50 years He has been on the world stage. He's known a number of these leaders for decades, including President Putin and including a number of the leaders. He'll see it NATO and he'll see at the G seven. The president will also meet with Russia's Vladimir Putin in Geneva. Acting U. S. Attorney Randy Grossman says criminal gangs divulged plans for moving drug shipments and carrying out killings on a secure messaging systems secretly run by the FBI. The criminals using these devices believed they were secretly planning crimes far beneath the radar of law enforcement. But in reality the criminals were not underneath the radar. They were on it. The FBI was monitoring them. Those conversations operation led to police raids in 16 nations more than 800 people arrested this is a P news. Vice President Kamala Harris, as she wraps up her two day visit to Guatemala and Mexico says the visit is to look at both Central American migration toward the U. S. And the reasons for the migration. The work that we are doing by being in Guatemala yesterday in Mexico today. Is the work of reinforcing the point that we have to look at not only what is actually happening at the border, but what is causing that to happen. Harris and her meetings with the presidents of both countries also talked about economic investment and increased enforcement against trafficking, smuggling and corruption. Ohio Attorney general Dave Yos file suit in State court asking Google to be declared and regulated as a public utility, Yo says Google has a dominance in a way that is discriminatory and anti competitive. The suit, while not asking for monetary damages does ask the court to require Google to offer sources or competitors rights equal to its own. I'm Tim acquire AP News AP News.
"january six" Discussed on 710 WOR
"81 degrees at three o'clock and afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. The NYPD is hate Crimes Task force is investigating after a 75 year old Asian woman was punched in the face in Corona, Queens. This afternoon. Police say the unprovoked attack happened while she was walking on 57th Avenue near 97th Place. She was taken to the hospital with a fractured bone near her ride. No arrest. Police say the suspect is a man in his twenties, and that woman was punched as a stand against hate rally was underway in Chinatown actor Danny Glover is lending his fame to end attacks against the Asian community. I'm gonna leave the weapon again, seasoning on all hate. The rally was put together to encourage New Yorkers to protect the Asian American community and to value their contributions to society. There has been a string of recent hate crimes against Asian Americans and the city. I'm Lisa G W. Or it is further expansion of the Vaccine program in New York City House calls for older residents, Mayor De Blasio says anyone 75 older or disabled, consign up my phone or online for a vaccine shot at home. Then they'll get a visit from a vaccination team. Very personal, very direct support. We're going to go the extra mile, whatever it takes, and we're gonna go wherever people are. The effort comes after the city surpassed its goal of vaccinating homebound seniors. The city has vaccinated more than 9000 homebound New Yorkers and 3000 caregivers got the shot of the process. I'm Scott Pringle, double the O. R. Du's mother of Capitol Hill. Police. Also Brian Sick, Nick, who died a day after being assaulted in the January six riots was on Capitol Hill today, Gladys Sick Nick today pushing for an independent commission. To investigate the January six riot at the Capitol. This.
"january six" Discussed on KOMO
"On Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney removed from her leadership position this week, ABC is Jonathan Karl sat down with her asking her about the selection of a least a phonic as a replacement. What does it say about the party choosing somebody to replace you, who was effectively chosen by Donald Trump. And it's saying what he's been saying. That was very lives that you're talking about. I think it's dangerous. I think that that we have to recognize how quickly things can unravel. We have to recognize What it means for the nation to have AH, former president who has not conceded and who continues to suggest that our electoral system cannot Function cannot do the will of the people, Tohru that kind of questioning about our process. Frankly, it's the same kinds of things that the Chinese Communist Party says about democracy that it's a failed system. America's a failed nation. I won't be part of that on. I think it's very important for Republicans who won't be part of that toe. Stand up and speak out when you say dangerous, dangerous. How are you suggesting that January 6th could happen again? Or maybe Maybe something worse. I think there's no question. I mean, you know, we've now seen the consequences. We've we've seen how far the president the President Trump was willing to go. We've seen not only his is a provocation of the attack, but his refusal to send help when it was needed his refusal to immediately you know, say Stop On and that in and of itself, in my view, was a very clear violation of his oath and of his duty. Now the speaker along with least one Republican key Republican, an announcement agreement. On a commission to look into what happened on January six. Should Kevin McCarthy be willing to speak, testified before that commission after all? He is one of the few people that we know of that was actually talking to Donald Trump. While the attack was taking place. He absolutely should. And I wouldn't be surprised if he were subpoenaed. I think that he very clearly And said publicly that he's got information about the president's state of mind that day. So you would welcome a subpoena for Kevin McCarthy to testify that I would anticipate that you know, I would hope he doesn't require a subpoena, but I wouldn't be surprised if he if he were subpoenaed. How many of your colleagues actually leave that stuff actually believe the election was stolen. I think it's it's relatively small number. Adam Kinzinger says it's a handful is that he was probably right. So they're just saying it to placate Donald Trump. You know, I think that we as a party are in a situation with respect to the former president. That is really dangerous. Did you vote for Donald Trump in 2020? I did. Do you regret that phone? Look, I think that the how could you not regret that vote Given what's happening? Yeah. I mean, look, um I was never going to support Joe Biden. Um and, uh I do regret the vote. I think that it was a vote based on policy based on sort of substance and what I know in terms of the kinds of policies he put forward that were good for the country. But that I think it is fair to say I regret the vote if the Republican Party nominates Donald Trump in 2024, Could you stay in the Republican Party that decides that He should be the nominee again. I will do everything that I can to make sure he's not the nominee on and you know everything necessary to make sure that he never gets anywhere close to the Oval Office again. What would you remain in the party? If he were the nominee? I will not support him on will do everything I can to make sure that doesn't happen. How concerned should Republicans be about the fact that you've lost? Popular vote in five of the last Six presidential elections. Very concerned. I think that that as a party we really do have to say what we stand for what we believe in. And we also have to stop. And look, I think the Democrats need to stop doing this to. We have to stop incentivizing unsee eeriest behavior among our elected officials. We have to stop incentivizing vitriol. We have to stop incentivizing people toe show up here and think you know, the goal is to be a social media star Congresswoman Virginia Fox talking about you said. She who thinks she leads but has no followers is only taking a walk. Liz, I'm afraid you are only a woman taking a walk. Does she have a point? I mean, there weren't there was really no buddy. It came to your defense, and there were a couple of members Adam Kinzinger, Ken Buck. You were. You were pretty much alone on this. Well, I think that it is very important to stand up for what's right. I know that there are many members who have expressed concern about their own security. On D. I think that's an important point to think about as well that we now live in a country where members votes are affected because they're worried about their security. They worry about threats on their lives. Um So I think that's part of it. But But, look, you know there's no question but that at this moment theme majority the Republican Party is not where I am your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Coma. News. Calm Owes Money report is sponsored by Propel Insurance from ABC News Wall Street weekend, The tax Man comes calling to start the week The deadline to file was pushed back because of the Corona virus pandemic. Many states delay their filing deadlines, too. If you still need more time you can file for an extension until October. 15th. It's.
"january six" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"On January six that the CDC first issued a travel notice for one China consider what has happened in less than four months time more than one point one million confirmed cases of covert nineteen have been diagnosed in the U. S. and more than sixty six thousand Americans have died the American economy shrunk by nearly five percent in the first quarter with the worst yet to come and some thirty million Americans to file for unemployment benefits just in the past six weeks along those are the sobering numbers but this has not been like other crises think nine eleven Oakland the city even the challenger accident instead of being United in grief much of America's divided by politics we see it in the anti social distancing protests and states extending stay home guidelines we see it in a Gallup poll that finds forty four percent of Republicans would be willing to return to normal activities right now if there were no restrictions while only four percent of Democrats say the same thing we see him vice president pence not wearing a face mask at the Mayo Clinic where it's the rule and we can even see it in the Wall Street journal reports that the trump campaign is ordered read trump branded face masks for supporters L. prompted this statement yesterday from former president George W. bush in the final analysis we are not partisan combatants we are human beings equally vulnerable and equally wonderful the sight of god of course there have been countless acts of kindness generosity and heroism especially from our health care workers but much of that good news is obscured by the intensifying and often partisan debate over when and how to re open this country no way I hope because we have to get our country back the president is pressing states to end staying home orders and by tomorrow thirty three states will have begun the process of at least partial re opening after federal social distancing guidelines expired on Thursday mother's day is coming up your mama told you to wash your hands and cover your nose and mouth if you call first as long as we do those simple things and use common sense we ought to be just fine they did misleading pictures acting like you know this was like Lollapalooza on the beach or something like that has there been some type of major outbreak no but in Michigan where armed demonstrators stormed the capital this week swastikas and Confederate flags nooses and automatic rifles do not represent who we are as Michiganders nothing but I want more than just flip a switch and return to normal but that's not how it's going to work unfortunately on Tuesday the president promised to meet the testing benchmark set by a Harvard study.
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"Now for today yeah ninety eight okay maybe in where you're playing cards yeah nice weather she really all my father which January sixth January sixth eighteen thirty eight Samuel Morse and Alfred veil demonstrated the telegraph in New Jersey Samuel Morse of course famous for the my god the code of Morse code you thank all veil got nothing out of the deal and I ski resort yeah always also and see you know anymore code yeah dot dash what is what is dot dash me a dash means I believe dire staff that is a soulless I think I used to be able to yeah I I don't long time I don't know Morse code not all people even know what it is anymore they don't do them anyone use it now sure I think it's probably still be Gilliard occasionally I think international banks and I should know because I've never kidnapped after link yeah right cameras sure you know how would anybody know to read it you just have to hope they do I was not with the Lloyd resulting in the famous pueblo yeah incident and then whatever works for you server in Colorado that Morse code recently part of a hit song I recently sort of recently not my fault five years as long as you know higher earlier fall before they could differ before they get to the it put you actually send language over the wires just check instead of listing of course my famous most famous analogy here's the great song the whole western nudist the the the this is our more recent song called a what does the fox say and there's an actual reference to Morse code the more I hear the more I kinda like that was great it was written for some Kitty shown in Scandinavia.
"january six" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Monday it's January sixth earning Isabel it's twenty twenty twenty so I got that to look forward to I feel bad for saints fans they've been through a lot the past handful of years I was trying to figure out the right way to describe the relationship between drew Brees in taste and hell yeah breeze is the is the hero in the story but Thiessen hill is like the it's the new like they did love of the league it's old versus new it's the way the league used to be versus what we're seeing now and it's completely changing I mean those two plays back to back yeah well it was it in was it an interception I forget I just remember teza hill comes in and is able to run two great plays where he is mobile and he's got carrying four guys on him and that's just the new face of the quarterback and they'd never used them I mean they use them in weird way right you know but they've never used them that often I mean every every down he'd come in where do you go worst yeah drew Brees looked old yesterday he did and I was the sad part I agree with you I was rooting for the saints not just because I picked them to be in the Superbowl but I'm stuck I have no shame about my love for drew Brees these great how yeah stand up guy we'll talk more about football stuff coming up a little bit later will also talk about the two big stories that said that we have found out about that broke this morning number one the John Bolton former national security adviser says that he will testify if he is subpoenaed in a Senate trial the impeachment trial if it ever gets to that I mean it's not not certain that they would even call witnesses but the second is that LA county DA Jackie Lacey announced today that Harvey Weinstein will be charged with four counts of sexual assault in LA county I'm on the same day that he starts the trial in New York or for a series of sex crimes there well in San Diego they are trying to solve the homelessness issue as well and everybody in every jurisdiction has their own way of going about it and San Diego is come up with this idea homeless people who face a ticket or a rest are being offered a chance to have that infraction cleared if they agree to stay for thirty days and one of the city's shelters the police captain down there Scott wall said this new program will help stabilize lives get people connected with services while also helping officers enforce the laws on the street this sort of started last July there was a program where if you get caught for encroachment which is I think it's only five yard penalty you get illegal lodging you get littering or other minor quality of life infractions what they would do is they would make a deal with you you go to the shelter we'll call it good you won't get this infraction orderly wiped off of your record and that that was working to a small degree about three hundred people took the offer you the problem was two thirds of them went out of a blow out the back door on the very first day because there's no there was no time limit was just can't if you go to a shelter will clean this off your record now at least they've added a time to it which is thirty days and what they're saying is that that's thirty days can be a massive difference between somebody actually getting the services that they need or or even acknowledging the fact that those services are available to them to get them off the street captain walls said they can still go outside it's not jail they're still free to come and go but they have to be in at night they say that fifty of the hundred and twenty eight beds at a new shelter are reserved for homeless people brought in by officers doesn't seem like a whole lot now but that those fifty are filled up just about every single night this if one of the things that kind of flew under the radar if you were off the grid for the last couple of weeks was that there was a fatal shooting at that site at the site at seventeen ten imperial a security guard was shot and killed on December twenty eighth and police have said that they're still investigating no new information on that weather was involved with the fact there's homeless people there if it was a homeless person who is the suspect in the murder we're not quite sure he said the only one in ten homeless people approached by police and encounters not related to an infraction accept the offer of a shelter bad right right they don't want to be that's inside and how many times have we said this the the idea that this is a rice is caused by the high cost of housing or it's a crisis caused by institutional racism are it's a crisis caused by whatever insert name of thing here is that so many people over shoot the target a lot of times these people simply want to live like this or or they're in a position mentally where they can't make the decision to come in off the street right but even for the few that this may help I say go for it it's got a three total patchwork solution because it's not every everybody's not in the same place that's out there so a lot of programs that target different people and different mental places I think it's going to be the only answer and this is one of them I think it's a good idea I'm forty six percent of the people brought in walked away before the thirty days were up in the first few weeks of this new program and that's an improvement of course like I said over there two thirds that walked out and they're saying the cold wet weather might have been motivating people to stay in the shelters a little bit longer perhaps and that has been you know we haven't seen a lot of rain in the last couple of weeks but that there were also some problems in the beginning because people were able to sneak in their drug kits either bring in math and heroin and things like that other showed up with more bags of possessions than they were allowed inside the shelter so they're going to try to figure out how they can iron out these problems but again it is a new way to look at this and that's one of the things that we've got to continue doing we've got to continue pushing forward on is Hey let's stop with the lie about all we need to do is Iraq today six hundred and fifty thousand dollar former cargo shelter and turn it into a house that that's gonna get people off the street that's a lie it's a lie that is making this problem worse where as you've got people in San Diego who are saying Hey let's try something else let's mix it up let's put a couple of things together let's take a pinch of this and add a half a Cup of that and see if maybe we can get ten percent of people right a street so that's ten more percent and then we try something else that gets another fourteen percent of people off the street only they would call us right here eight hundred five two oh one five coming up next Lori Loughlin is getting some martial arts training as she prepares for present yeah that was checking to be there a while what's racist about that is twenty twenty twenty you can call me out now we're not doing radion got it all right Gerry and CNN and we'll talk prison training we come back it's Amy came with that conventional leaders are expected to get a classified briefing this week on the.
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"Commercials last week from wedding planning companies all of featuring same sex couples at the altar viewers upset with that decision pulled the plug on the station and urge a boycott here's what some local folks had to say about it I don't think they should have pulled it no no people are always going to be mad about things they don't agree with it's kind of buckling under it's kind of kind of giving in I think you should stand your ground if your hallmark in a reversal yesterday hallmark says it will move to reinstate the commercials and issued an apology in met virtually every small WBZ Boston's newsradio there is a serious new warning about the health effects of vaping on top forty so how safe are E. cigarettes not very according to a new study Stanton Glantz waited for the university of California in San Francisco while fifteen years ago when they first appeared on the market people thought maybe these are good idea what the science is consistently showing this Easter absurd doing tremendous damage to the public health and we should get rid of a new study finds the cigarette use can significantly increase the risk of chronic lung diseases including asthma bronchitis and emphysema Tom forty CBS news a former Rhode Island priest is suing the Roman Catholic diocese of Providence and bishop Thomas Tobin for defamation the Providence journal reports that John tore me is arguing that including his name on a list of clergy accused of sexually abusing minors as cost him his job and subjected him to shame ridicule and disgrace in this suit Tormey claims he never sexually abused anyone and was not given the opportunity by the diesis to defend himself it's ten OO seven disgrace movie mogul Harvey Weinstein in an interview with the New York Post complains that he does not get enough credit for promoting female filmmakers and that he feels like the forgotten man coming January six criminal trial.
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"Day of January six minutes past the hour, and we start with breaking news this morning confident. A confidant of President Donald Trump, Roger stone. You know, the name he was arrested early this morning in Florida by the FBI on several criminal charges stemming from the special counsels Russia probe he's charged in a seven count indictment with witness tampering obstruction and false statements about his interactions related to the released by WikiLeaks hacked emails during the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Some of those false statements were made to the house intelligence committee. According to the indictment the indictment. Brought by the special counsel's office does not accuse stone of coordinating with the Russian government's election interference in two thousand sixteen. That's the key matter under investigation, but it lays out in detail stones conversations about stolen democratic emails posted by WikiLeaks in the weeks before the Republican. Beat democratic opponent. Hillary Clinton Muller's office has said those emails belonging to Clinton campaign chair John Podesta were hacked by Russian intelligence officials a splintered Senate voting down competing democratic and Republican plans for ending the now thirty six day partial government shutdown, but the twin setbacks prompted a burst of bipartisan talks aimed at temporarily. Halting the longest ever-closer federal agencies and the damage it's inflicting around the country democratic senators, Ben Cardin, and Lisa Murkowski, as you know, the United States Senate pass legislation that would have kept government open. The president changed his mind after that legislation passed the United States Senate. We can argue why he changed his mind, and then we had a government shutdown. I think most Americans understand the shutdown was caused by the president's demands on his wall. What we have put on the table is our reputation as legislators the given three weeks, we'll come up with a successful conclusion border security issues, we're willing to take that responsibility. So from the point of view, the president we're prepared to say we'll deliver to me. That's a major issue that we put on the table by agreeing to three weeks CR and a commitment to produce a bipartisan border security Bill. I don't think it's productive. I talk beyond us. I think as important as anything else that has come out of of the votes today is that the recognition of what we can't do you saw that play out with the vote count today. That's what we can't do. Now,.