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Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

00:34 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on NASCAR Live

"Your shot at victory. Lane what do you remember that afternoon at Talladega? All this time I've been mad at at nail junior because he jumped out of line and screwed the draft up toward the front, but it's Kinney's the one I should be mad at. That was our race. We let slip away and and It just shows you. They all senior was. An amazing guy at making stuff happen when when when he didn't have a winning car that day. His. Car was about six place car. The, the thirty one was a winning car that day and we finished six and he won the race. It was a normal normal Sunday right. But he was just amazing making stuff happen and then had a partner like Kenny and you know I had arturs those restrictor plate Dale Jarrett. I. Is talking about this today. They'll Jarrett was a better team.

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Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

01:34 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on Sean Hannity

"We continue with Joe Pollack, and from my part also Gregg Jarrett, right. So let's look at this in the context of the tax story of The New York Times, Joel Pollack and Greg Charity of about 30 seconds each. And how the president should use us to his advantage tonight. Don't you think this has come up before in 2016 and Trump said quite honestly that he had used depreciation and other Tax laws to reduce his taxable income and those air laws that Obama Biden in many cases past, so that's the system we have. I think you can look at the jobs he's created and the opportunities he's created for other people. That will really be the difference between the two economic policies. Biden wants to raise taxes on other people, which will hurt the economy. I think that's really what Americans care about what's happening going forward. That's where Trump has a better argument. Well. The Fed is now in Atlanta, predicting a 32% 3rd quarter growth in GDP Greg Geral, which would be by far historic in proportion. Yeah, I mean it. Most Americans trust Donald Trump to rebuild the economy after the pandemic, based on the record of building the greatest economy in modern American history. Creation of millions of jobs, increased wages. Ah, you know, economic growth that no one ever predicted. Except for Trump. That's what's important to Americans. What the money In their wallets..

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Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

00:48 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on Brains On!

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Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:58 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Thank you so much. Gregg Jarrett troubling headlines their kingdom to go from Mayor de Blasio. Now we knew that there were certain areas in some of the boroughs of New York City that we're experiencing higher rates off infection. But certainly above 3% is pretty terrifying. Because just a couple of days ago it was below 1%. Exactly. So was that the question is this simply a seasonal, or is there something else going on here, Right and as murder, Blasio said. The problem is in primarily nine of the 146 zip codes. But if it's an exponential spread, and there's any kind of, you know, bleeding over from those nine zip codes, then suddenly it's 18 zip codes, and suddenly it's whatever the double of 18 is. You can do the math full perfect time for our next guest. Dr Tom Frieden, former director of the CDC and Commission of the New York City Health Department. Hey joins us here, Dr Frieden, Thanks so much for joining assistant Just perfect timing to get you on. We'd love to get your reaction. To the news about the New York City infection rate. Well, we've been very concerned about what's happening here we've seen for the past couple of weeks. Explosive spread, really, and a few communities, and the question has always been. Is this going to spread more widely outside of the community? I I've said for a couple of weeks that the chances of controlling it in these communities are really slim because of the combination of A lot of crowding and lack of trust. In the government, and that kind of combination is just lethal to the ability to control it. So I expect that we will see the increases in these groups and again. The question is how widely will see. Hi cases around your city. I'm a bit frustrated by the lack of clear information from New York City was taken from the health department. We just haven't been getting the kind of granular information that I would expect. They've been sending out news releases every day, but they don't have a lot of basic information on them. Not even how many tests are positive whether people are being isolated how long it's taken to isolate people. Whether contacts are being quarantined what portion of cases are from quarantine context. These are essential indicators. We really don't know about you. I'm quite as a New Yorker. I'm quite concerned about this cluster. And I'm hopeful. We'll see a better response when we have so far just to clarify Dr Frieden are those questions for City Hall. Yes, it's basically the city government needs to provide that. You know, I know they're dealing with a very challenging situation. There's no doubt about that, and the most important thing will be to gain trust of the affected community and figure out ways. To control Koven that are accepted by the community. And that could be very difficult, Dr. Frieden, So the 3% is the daily rate of positive tests. Now that is not our race, although it is triple the amount that we had just A few days ago. These air just positive tests. Does that automatically mean that the are rate around the city goes higher. Is it possible that you know we have different our rates that Theo rates in those communities? You know, expands or gets a loss higher, But in the rest of the city, it could stay pretty low. Yeah, I'm not a huge fan of R as instantaneous measure it relies on a lot of assumptions could be calculated in different ways. Ironically, it's very easy to understand. But if you get under the hood, it's quite Difficult to count accurately in. If you look at the different caste relations, they both very and have wide confidence intervals. So I do think percent positivity is important, however. Since the city is focusing on testing, hiring people, even that can be a little difficult, and that's why I'd rather see things. Like what proportion of the cases do you know where they got it? And how long is it taking for youto isolate people who are positive. These are outcome indicators, not process indicators. We'd also like to see a number of infections by area we've had over a month of Around 300 cases a day in New York City, and in that month, we still haven't had this information. In fairness. This is Something that very few places around the U. S have done, But, you know, we expect more from the city. You think this is going to play out over the coming months? Is Dr Frieden. Obviously, there's concerns on a national basis about A second wave or just the fall and the winter months, you know, igniting growth rates in these infection rates, and so on. Is that kind of your basic case scenario. Well, I don't think we should be thinking about a second way. We're going to see waves of this infection going on. For many months. We need to chip away at the pandemic. Even a vaccine is going to lead to a fairy tale ending here. The challenge is to reduce spread through mask wearing and closures of crowded the indoor places and to stop cases and clusters from spreading. By a strategic testing rapid isolation, complete contact, tracing a supportive quarantine. And even when and if, if and when we have a vaccine, we're going to need to do all of those things on in New York City, which has suffered so much in this pandemic. It's particularly important. Yeah, It's really troubling Dr Frieden because there was a time when it wasn't quite clear whether it was a post Labor Day bomb on DH. It's I think pretty clear now that it's not that that, at least in these communities. It's just spread right. Just just general spread. Is it for sure than the things like outdoor dining and so on that we also see spread from that or, you know other events, other gatherings or could this be isolated? One of the reasons we need really good public health workers get a better sense of where the virus is spreading. I was out in about over the weekend and, you know, outdoor dining can mean very open air and Likely quite safe. I also saw outdoor dining that was essentially in a shed with three walls on DH, no ventilation That is not very different from Indore dining. We are going to have to be careful about how we reopened and prioritize things like getting our kids back in school. It's really important that it can't be done. It just means that we have to do it carefully. Make sure that teachers and students and staff were vulnerable. Continue, Tio Learn from distance get mask wearing up close to 100% as possible in schools, work in cohorts or pause. I think the the fact is that Getting kids back to school is enormously important for their learning for our economy, and it can be done, but only if it's done very safely. Dr Tom Frieden. Thank you so much for joining us. A perfect timing here today is we get the news about New York City's daily positive rate over 3% for the first time in months. Dr. Tom Frieden, former director of the CDC and Commission of the New York City Health Department, also President and CEO of Resolved to save lives again. We appreciate your thoughts here again. The news New York City's daily positive rate over 3% for the first time in months. That's the bed is the good news perhaps, is that it's relatively contained in a certain geographic areas around the city. Right now, let's head down to Washington, D. C..

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Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

01:44 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jarrett" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"And strengthen tech companies is blunting declines for energy producers and lingers thanks for leading broadbased declines in the stocks Europe 600 Index Let's take a look at these markets as we do every 15 minutes. Right Training day the S and P He's now down 3/10 percent down 11. The Dow's down 4/10 of a percent 118 and the NASDAQ is down. 4/10 of a percent down 46 10 year is up to 30 seconds with a yield of 300.64%. West Texas Intermediate crude is now down 2.8% at 39 46 a barrel while comics goes up a half a percent of 18 92 20 and ounce dollar yen. 105 62, the euro dollars 17 30, the British found that are 28. 55 JPMorgan Jason Cos. Admitted wrongdoing and agreed to pay more than $920 million to resolve U. S. Authorities claims of market manipulation of the bank's trading of metals features and treasury securities over an eight year period. The largest sanction ever tied to the illegal practice known as Spooky. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Brett Jarrett. Bloomberg opinion informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on Breaking news is 10 48 on the Wall Street time for Bloomberg opinion? We're joined today by Brooke Sutherland deals and industrial columnist for Bloomberg Opinion to discuss her latest column, entitled Dark Time for Aviation is about to get dark or not. What the airlines Needed to hear Brooke. What's the story? Right. So this week is when the 25 billion in payroll aid that was keeping a lot of airline workers employed is that to expire? We've had numerous warnings from the United Airlines Airlines, in particular about Volume of layoffs that wouldn't do if the aid is in fact allowed to expire..

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US stocks struggle higher as tumultuous week comes to close

Bloomberg Markets

01:06 min | 2 weeks ago

US stocks struggle higher as tumultuous week comes to close

"Dr. Trying for another comeback as a tumultuous week of big swings comes to a close. Analysts expect swings to continue to rattle markets for weeks, if not months, as investors with more clarity on several key issues. At the head of that list of uncertainties, for now, at least, is what to do with your big pick stocks. We checked the markets every 15 minutes of trading day on Bloomberg, Brady of the S and P is up 4/10 of a percent of 15. The Dow's up 7/10 of a percent up almost 200. The NASDAQ's Up 1/10 of a percent of 16 10. Years up. 3 30 seconds. The yield 300.66% West Texas Intermediate Crude is up 14% of 37 46 a barrel Comex gold is down 3% in 1957 80 an ounce A dollar yen 106 18 the euro dollar 18 35 in the British pound that all 27 88 US inflation quickened in August, driven by the sharpest monthly game in used vehicles. Since 1969 and consistent with the gradual pickup in prices is the economy recovers from the pandemic. We check the market since I say every 15 minutes at the trading day. That's your Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Gregg Jarrett.

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Biden and Harris Debut Ticket, Trump Launches Attacks

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:19 min | Last month

Biden and Harris Debut Ticket, Trump Launches Attacks

"It Anticipated side by side appearance for Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris. This afternoon, Harris becomes the first woman of color to running a major party ticket. It is history. Former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett denounced President Trump's, however, rhetoric against the California center, But President Trump was saying, calling her, You know, nasty When we don't use that kind of language to describe men and particularly women who are doing their job. She was writing campaign. She's interrogating witnesses. She's serving the people's interests, and I think the American people will realize that and I know one thing by specially by and Senator here is going to work very hard to earn their trust. Harris attacked Biden on issues including busing, CBS News correspondent Ben Tracey reports that is a businessman, though Mr Trump donated to Harris campaign just minutes after Harris is selection was announced. The Trump campaign dropped this attack ad debut in what appears to be the latest in presidential put downs slow Joe and phony comma. But when Kamala Harris was running for California attorney general Then businessman Donald Trump was a supporter, contributing a total of $6000 to her campaign coffers in 2011 and 2013 and that's been Tracy Harris ran for the 2020 presidential nomination, but dropped out of the race in December after failing to raise enough money.

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Valerie Jarrett on Harris as Biden's VP

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:42 sec | Last month

Valerie Jarrett on Harris as Biden's VP

"And Kamala Harris leaves her apartment, not just as a U. S. Senator. Blood is Joe Biden's choice for a running mate is the answer. Yes, work. I am ready to do this with you. You and today. The two will hold their first joint appearance at a high school near Biden's Delaware home. Biden and Harris clashed during the Democratic presidential campaign. But former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett says that will not linger. Vice President Biden is a bigger person than that. He's not thin skin. He's looking for the person who can Share the responsibility of campaigning together and then more importantly, leading our

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Gun sales are off the charts

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Gun sales are off the charts

"Are rushing to buy guns as the covert 19 pandemic and protests over police brutality combined with US presidential politics. To fuel the unprecedented demand. Firearm background checks compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, A proxy for gun purchases jumped to a record in the month of June as street demonstrations spread across the US Gregg Jarrett. Bloomberg Radio. Facebook

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Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

WAOK On Air

02:40 min | 3 months ago

Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

"Tonight I think it's exciting to see what Newton can do a healthy Newton with Josh McDaniels and bill ballot check in this offense sieve juggernauts if you well and remember McDaniels they run a very innovative offense that Matt Werner ram mentioned it last hour in twenty ten they draft Gronk Aaron Hernandez they go to that too tight and sat before everybody else they have in the NFL did then it's copy cats city they hurried up shortly thereafter before chip Kelly was even hired by the eagles and now that's commonplace and this new read option type offense the Newton is a master of the patriots haven't done it given Tom Brady's obvious limitations in that category so this picture offense last year was a boring offense to watch it was a slog it was a struggle it wasn't exciting it was the first time where if you're a patriots fan you looked wistfully at the other teams and said why why can't we have Josh Allen yeah there is a ton of pics but always teases interesting to watch why why can't we have Lamar Jackson Pat Mahomes Ryan Tannehill why why can't we have to Shawn Watson why can't we have a quarterback who can move a little bit who can do more than the ball on the territory a five yard screen pass to a double covered Julian Edelman why well healthy cam Newton gives the patriots a more dynamic offensive attack I mean let's face it this was not a very good offense with Tom Brady especially in the second half of last season I think that there is that thirsty to try something new in belt check the is a really smart guy and smart people want new challenges and I think him new night I think introducing that element of offense which is going to come anyway because Jarrett Stidham is more mobile too so either way the patriots were gonna introduce more of that read option modern type NFL offense but and I think that excite spell check and probably excites McDaniels and in terms of where they're going as a running a running based offense Newton obviously is far more dynamic in that category the Brady too and if Sony Michelle returns to form a franchise and left guard this offseason me not to the patriots about their starting center David Andrews back healthy and they have three guys who can now play full back including two players who they drafted this year that's clearly the direction the patriots are moving find a really good and versatile defense and I Bella check as one league does this as the week goes this way Belichick is going that way and that you see that the roster construction of this team and I can even help

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Boston's New England Patriots Cam Newton is the greatest QB in his division

One Bills Live

03:33 min | 3 months ago

Boston's New England Patriots Cam Newton is the greatest QB in his division

"Further proven otherwise can't noon is now the best quarterback in his division right I mean he's the best quarterback in the division right now I mean he's won a lot of games and he's thrown a lot of touchdowns and he's big and he's strong and he's good mostly like arm he's good yeah and Alan and Donna are unproven they are and could that change after four weeks this year yeah that could change like cam Newton could end up getting benched for ineffective play and can't and and Josh Allen and Sam Darnold both look hot out of the gates and both are leading football in passing state statistic that could totally happen and I could you know eat my words I don't want to say I don't expect that to happen I sure hope it happens but as it stands right now to day and this is a criticism I have of people who are like Nate you said cam Newton could be better than Tom Brady this year are you crazy Tom Brady from five years ago and I just want to stop you there because this is a top twenty from five years ago this is Tom Brady from right now and Tom Brady right now is not the Tom Brady of even four or five months ago he is forty something I'm almost thirty and I can barely play thirty six holes of golf without needing a jacuzzi tub in a backrub so don't give up right now I know Tom Brady's in slightly better shape than me I will concede that he likely has a slightly more rigorous workout regimen I get it he might be paying slightly more money to you know trainers and consultants slightly more I will concede that but the idea that we can't say cam Newton to day right now side by side with Tom Brady and cam Newton if you're going to tell me that he is better I I I don't I don't know about that I I just I think if you got a look at it from a non biased lands in say yes Tom Brady has warped and walloped this team for twenty years I respect the hell out of Tom Brady and if you don't I don't know what you've been watching but what I'll say is if you compare the two two day not you can't cherry pick this you can't say Tom Brady from two years ago in cam Newton from six years ago like add up but that's that's not what we can do here in this in this argument so I don't know I think it's really interesting I think we're going to figure out what you have in cam Newton pretty early on but it can't do is healthy pestilence seven wins at least for the new in the pictures I don't know what you could have penciled in you know yesterday Saturday before cam Newton came out like that I don't know what you can pencil maybe you maybe you're thinking with Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer whatever combination into going with their maybe you think therefore when football team I think that's crazy to think that with that defense yeah the news Kyle van Noy there was a couple other pieces but like that's again a defense that was literally last year considered maybe from a from an actual roster district and advanced analytics they appoint the best defense ever in terms of scoring and yardage output the fact that they're gonna lose one two players from a defense return everybody else that they're just gonna take this big dry I don't know

"jarrett" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"COMES, back for everybody, not just a few and I would mention I was just looking back over a statement that the Business Roundtable Organization of nearly two hundred largest companies in our country. Put out last. August, where they really. Fundamentally looked at their corporate purposes than it used to be Shero return. That was the primary purpose, and they've broadened it to say that stakeholders should be part of that announced for corporations as well. The employer employees the suppliers the The science, and so I think we have an opportunity here with the corporate community to say, what are we doing? To be part of the solution to end racism and discriminatory practices. What are we doing? We build our economy to make sure it is revealed for everybody, and then disparities have been laid bare we try to. Have One last question with Valerie and I want to chat with you about your book. Essentially, ask you what readers can expect from you with these new editions about trump era politics. Well I did add two new chapters to the end of because I might be back with finished a year later in a gave me a chance to look at our climate with a little more context and I tried to take a step back and look at it. context of lessons I learned so for example I joined local government because mayor Harold Washington than the elected mayor of Chicago, Progressive Racial Leader and he died just three months after I arrived and the lesson I learned. There is when you have the baton. You have to bake every single day. Count. It's all precious and he you because you never know when something sudden would happen in a sense. heartbreak that that caused in Chicago was still current, and it isn't that we haven't had Progressive Mayor Simpson, but we put all of our eggs in the leadership basket, and I think we need to make sure that we are getting engaging citizens so that when we do have changes. There is enough pressure to keep that momentum. Go and and I. Don't think that happened. When president trump was elected, we're seeing we're seeing enormous amount of activism, and that pressure needs to keep up in a sense. The midterm elections were good example. I mentioned this. Of where? He will have a wake up. Call that elections do have consequences, and and they got out and vote voted and then. The. Last part of my book is really about becoming a grand mom, a grandma to an African American black and Brown grandson and the challenges. He's pointy face. Growing up in this toxic climate isn't a heavy hard, and so it was really what I wish for him and what I wished for his generation. In terms of positive change and I finished it or Would nineteen eighty-four. What we're seeing in terms of the focus on a police misconduct. and. I'm hoping that. He will grow up in a time where we appealed considerably calmer. We are now glad he's just a baby I. Hope this this era of of. Of The historical discrimination racism that we've seen in our country makes a lot of progress. By the time he comes of age I don't look forward to. His parents had to give him the talk that every ever African. Family currently has to give their sons and. Their daughters. Valerie Jarrett. Joining us today, you're welcome. Thanks a lot..

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"jarrett" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

10:48 min | 4 months ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Mark Simone

"Fox News legal analyst and he's a great bestselling authors. You get his bookstore. The Russia hoax witch-hunt phenomenal books. And he's the best illegal political analyst around Greg. Jarrett how you doing. Hey Mark be with you. I'm fine. Thanks Hey So let let me get straight now Obama Gate. That's nothing but trump firing the inspector general that is the crime of the century. Is that how it works? Yeah I guess it is the twisted world of the media mob and Democrats You know I. I find it hard to believe really that. The conspiracy evidence continues to grow now. Declassified document of Susan Rights. Cya memo in which? It's pretty clear that they decided to target General Michael Flynn and then of course you know the skull. Tori evidence that that Flynn was innocent. All along that they invented a pretext in order to lay a perjury trap. That all of this evidence of innocence was hidden From the court he was hidden from the Flynn defense team. And now you've got a federal judge who doesn't WanNA follow the law. I wrote a column this week saying You know the fence needs to file a writ AMANDIME is to kick judge and it Sullivan off the case or order him to follow the law and as I was writing that column indeed. That's what Flynn's defense attorney did so you I? It's disturbing that. A federal judge seems not only oblivious to the bare facts of the own K. His own case but he seems to be either ignorant of the law or unwilling to follow it. Wow it looks more to me. Like he's the most partisan judicial activist. Have you ever seen a case where the judge took over the prosecution? The judge decided to prosecute the guy. Now I've never had. I mean it is a clear violation of the separation of powers embodied in the constitution. And you know a judge under the constitution is to preside over cases and controversies when there's no longer a controversy when the Department of Justice representing the executive branch makes the decision to drop a case to dismiss the charges based on prosecutorial abuse. Not to mention innocence. The judge cannot decide. Oh I'm leaving the judicial branch of government. I'M GONNA take off my robe. Step down from the bench and act now as a prosecutor Again violation of the separation of powers and there. There is well established case law. That a judge can't do that. His job is simply ministerial signs. The document on the motion to dismiss. If he doesn't like the decision of the prosecutors. Too Damn Bad. You know the losses. It's none of his business Whether he thinks it's wrong or corrupt around just irrelevent. That's the unfettered discretion of the executive branch. The Department of Justice yet. But the reason the judge can't do that is via ever judge ever tried that the media coverage the news coverage would be overwhelming. It'd be the lead story on every evening. News would be the front page of every paper. The judge would be driven from office. What happens if you suddenly live in a world where the press the media will totally Totally ignore this and not do their job. Then how how do you get anything done then? Well I mean you have to stand up for the rule of law regardless of what the media says but you know the media which drove the witch hunt narrative of the Russia hoax Is is really not only shameless. Disgraceful but unapologetic for getting it. All wrong I devoted an entire chapter of my last book. Witch-hunt to the malevolence of the media They are are so driven by their hatred of trump that they're willing to believe anything. Even that he's a secret. Russian agent a Manchurian candidate which is what they said for three long years when it turned out not to be true. They didn't have the decency to say. Gee Sorry got it wrong. He Greg Jarrett besides legal expertise your media expert. Don't you think they should say to themselves? We just attack him. Twenty four seven non stop for four years. We've marginalized ourself. Nobody's listening anymore. We're the ultimate boy who cried. Wolf. Why don't they figure that out? Well you would think they would you know look at any of the polling data and surveys and you know the the media Is at the very you know You know along with you know garbage collectors. I suppose there there you know and no insult to Refuse engineers but you know the there is no respect for the media anymore. It's y mark that the moniker fake news sticks because a great many Americans realize that it's driven by a hatred of trump and it's entirely slanted against him and so you know most Americans You know view the reporting scans a they don't believe in and we only have a few seconds left now most of even trump supporters. And I I understand. I don't blame them. They'll always say nobody's ever going to jail for this. Obama gave no matter what report comes. Nobody ever gets arrested. Will anybody ever get charged in this? Yeah it's a very good possibility You know just look at the comments that We impart made on Monday at a news conference in which he said This was a case that should never have been brought that the criminal justice system is now being weaponized by law enforcement and it's wrong and the people who did it will be held accountable and Sarah keeps in close contact with us. Attorney John Durham. Who's investigating air to all the origins of line of the Feis cicle now the latest You know the Flynn case up a frame job and hiding evidence of innocence while pursuing an innocent man. Well I said we're out of time but every Greg Jarrett books the Russia hoax which and we'll see on TV today some at some point yet. You likely will. I was on Fox and friends. This morning More to do the of the day Hey also you got a great website Greg. Jarrett DOT COM. Check that out and a great stuff. There it's actually the Greg Jarrett Dot Com Greg Jarrett Dot Com and Greg. Thanks for being with us. Hey Mark always my pleasure. Thanks so much all right. Take Care Also Hey check out the web page. We've got some great stuff up there today You know every day. We put up these videos and great stuff Always interesting take a look at Matt. Lauer listen. A lot of people knew about Matt Lauer and maybe viewers didn't but if you go back take a look at this video here. Are The five creepiest Matt. Lauer videos cut together stuff on the air and things that you have you watch these some pretty good clues into into this guy. Take a look at it now also is really interesting is from a few years ago the Charlie rose show. Do you remember that? There was a a charlie rose show every night at eleven o'clock it was a very serious talk show where they ask very serious questions and so governor. Andrew Cuomo is the guest and Charlie rose asked him about his dark side. And it's pretty interesting to look at now. Now take this. Here's a Justice Clarence Thomas on how you deal with Joe Biden. This is the member Clarence Thomas. At the hearings were Biden. Tried to really rip them apart. But he explains how he dealt with it. It's all up on the web. Page seven ten W. O. R. DOT COM SLASH Mark Seven Ten W. O. R. Dot com slash mark. You Hey let's take a collartoo. Let's go to Mike in New Jersey. Mike doing good mark area I just WanNa make a point about the I G issue I if Obama if if if trump fired obama appointee doesn't that mean Obama uh fired a Bush appointee second. Yeah there was. There was absolutely no I g at the State Department during Obama's entire first term but of course with Hillary Clinton at the head of the State Department. Why would you need an inspector general good point? Thanks for calling this idea that got fired. Inspector General He just another more on one of these leftover idiot bureaucratic this rick. Bright so whenever you fire one of these guys because it's the president trump whenever you fire one of these guys suddenly. He's the greatest genius the greatest American Hero. You get the whole ten minutes on sixty minutes. How could he fire this Guy If you check the record Joe Biden had complained about this. Guy Hilary Clinton had complained about. This guy said the guy was terrible. An investigation of Mike Pompeo. Or did he come up with stuff The only thing he came up with is Mike Pompeo was hosting dinner parties for People in the some in the Madison Room or something called the Madison Dinners and their corporate. Ceos and other people there that he was speaking to dinners And somehow the government. This is the big controversy. This is done all the time. The real reason for all this. They think Pompeo may be a very strong candidate for the Senate against the Democrat. And they're trying to knock him out as a Senate candidate trying to damage him up so he can't run for Senate and take a seat away from Democrats that's the whole reason for this controversy. Hey in the next hour. We got a lot to get to. If you're a big sopranos fan will have some great stuff for you in the next hour. Also get to what's open what's GonNa open houses quarantine going to end. We'll get to all of that right after the news. Don't forget rush at noon Sean. Hannity three to six and then he got a buck sexton who was at the White House yesterday. He'll be on it six tonight. I'm here everyday. Tend to noon back after the news on seven. Ten W O R..

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"jarrett" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

07:25 min | 4 months ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Mark Simone

"High Saturday, upper sixties, dry, weather Sunday and memorial. Day I'm meteorologist. Ken Boone. Well Break Jarrett. Is the Fox News legal analyst and he's a great bestselling authors. You get his books. The Russia hoax witch-hunt phenomenal books, and he's the best illegal political analyst around Greg Jarrett. How you doing? Hey, mark, be with you. I'm fine, thanks. Hey so let let me get straight now, Obama Gate. That's nothing but trump firing the inspector general that is the crime of the century. Is that how it works? Yeah I guess. It is the twisted world of the media mob and Democrats You know I I find it. hard to believe really that the conspiracy evidence continues to grow now declassified document of Susan, rights cya memo in which it's pretty clear that they decided to target. General Michael Flynn and then of course. You know the skull Tori evidence that that. Flynn was innocent all along that they invented a pretext in order to lay a perjury trap that all of this evidence of innocence was hidden from the court. He was hidden from the Flynn Defense Team and now you've got a federal judge. WHO DOESN'T WANNA follow the law? I wrote a column this week, saying you know the fence needs to file a writ? AMANDIME is to kick judge and it Sullivan off the case or order him to follow the law, and as I was writing that column. Indeed, that's what Flynn's defense attorney did so you I? It's disturbing that a federal judge seems not only oblivious to the bare facts of the own. K., his own case. But he seems to be either ignorant of the law or unwilling to follow it. Wow. It looks more to me like. He's the most partisan. Judicial activist. Have you ever seen a case? where the judge took over the prosecution, the judge decided to prosecute the guy. Now I've never had I mean it is a clear violation of the separation of powers embodied in the constitution, and you know a judge under the constitution is to preside over cases and controversies. When there's no longer a controversy when the Department of Justice representing the executive branch makes the decision to drop a case to dismiss the charges based on prosecutorial abuse, not to mention innocence. The judge cannot decide. Oh, I'm leaving the Judicial Branch of government I'm GONNA take off my robe, step down from the bench and act now as a prosecutor again violation of the separation of powers, and there there is well established case law that a judge can't do that. His job is simply ministerial e signs the document on the motion to dismiss if he doesn't like the decision of the prosecutors too damn bad. You know the losses. It's none of his business whether he thinks it's wrong or corrupt around just irrelevent. That's the unfettered discretion of the executive branch the Department of Justice. Yet, but the reason the judge can't do that is via ever. Judge Ever tried that. The media coverage the news coverage would be overwhelming. It'd be the lead story on every evening. News would be the front page of every paper. The judge would be driven from office. What happens if you suddenly live in a world where the press the media will totally totally ignore this and not do their job. Then how how do you get anything done then? Well I mean you have to stand up for the rule of law regardless of what the media says, but you know the media which drove the witch hunt narrative of the Russia hoax. is is really not only shameless, disgraceful, but unapologetic for getting it all wrong. I. Devoted an entire chapter of my last book hunt. To the malevolence of the media they are are so driven by their hatred of trump that they're willing to believe. Anything even that he's a secret Russian agent, a Manchurian candidate, which is what they said for three long years when it turned out not to be true, they didn't have the decency to say. Gee, sorry, got it wrong. He Greg Jarrett besides legal expertise. You're a media expert. Don't you think they should say to themselves? We just attack him. Twenty four seven non stop for four years. We've marginalized ourself. Nobody's listening anymore. We're the ultimate boy who cried wolf. Why don't they figure that out? Well you would think they. Would you know look at any of the polling data and surveys and you know the the media is. At the very. You know you know along with you. Know Garbage Collectors I. Suppose there there you know, and no insult to refuse engineers, but you know. The there is no respect for the media anymore. It's y mark that the moniker fake news sticks because a great many Americans. Realize that it's driven by a hatred of trump, and it's entirely slanted against him, and so you know most Americans you know view. The reporting scans a they don't believe in. And we only have a few seconds left now most of even trump supporters and I i. understand I. Don't blame them. They'll always say nobody's ever going to jail for this Obama gave no matter what report comes, nobody ever gets arrested. Will anybody ever get charged in this? Yeah. It's a very good possibility you know. Just look at the comments that we impart made on Monday at a news conference in which. He said this was a case that should never have been brought that. The criminal justice system is now being weaponized by law enforcement, and it's wrong. And the people who did it will be held accountable and Sarah, In close contact with US Attorney John. Durham is investigating air to all the origins of line of the Feis CICLE. Now the latest you know, the Flynn case is set up a frame job and hiding evidence of innocence while pursuing an innocent man. Well I said. We're out of time, but every Greg Jarrett books the Russia hoax which and we'll see on TV today some at some point. Yet you likely will I was on Fox and friends this morning. more to do the of the day Hey, also. You got a great website. Greg Jarrett Dot Com. Check that out and a great stuff there. It's actually the Greg Jarrett Dot Com Greg Jarrett Dot Com and Greg..

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"jarrett" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

10:37 min | 4 months ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Mark Simone

"Is available. Our data is transparent. In fact actor. Burks has talked multiple times about how Florida has the absolute best data so any insinuation otherwise is just typical hartson narrative trying to be spun and part of the reason. Is that because you got a lot of people in your profession. Poetically for weeks and weeks about Al Florida was going to be just like New York way. Two Weeks Florida's going to be next just like Italy way two weeks. Well Hell were eight weeks away from that and it hasn't happened. Yeah what is it? What what what are they trying to be a very important even psychologists tell me now don't watch CNN or MSNBC or any of this stuff that trying to frighten you scare you Have you heard these One time networks. You see South Korea as a second wave. Have you heard that it's coming back? Second waves coming in second way of South Korea. Look what happened? They opened up to sue. Check school is open today. In South Korea. They opened the schools again. Everything is fine and South Korea and when they tell you there was a spike in and I looked to see what this spike is. Yeah there was a spike. It went from like a million two zero. And now it's up to once a spike. That's very very very low. That happens normally. You just get that little you know if you look at Some areas you gotta go buy your own area for instance at New York City hundred six deaths yesterday look at Manhattan. It was two deaths You could see not every area so bad so you could open up some places We'll go over all of this throughout the program what you can do what you can't do this this weekend. check out the web pages. Some great stuff up there You Know Matt Lauer says He's a wonderful guy. Nothing ever happened. What's this video? Here's the top five creepiest Matt. Lauer moments all cut together. If you're saying gee how come a lot of people knew about this before it happened? Or how come a lot of people didn't know about this but how come people didn't notice watch these top five creepy moments and see if you should have known Watching this guy. Something's wrong here's an old interview with Governor Cuomo is on with Charlie. Rose that's how long ago Charlie rose show but this is interesting Charlie. Rose asks him about his dark side. take a listen Also here's a great. This is great video this is justice. Clarence Thomas talking about how you deal with Joe Biden. It's pretty funny. It's all up in the web page. Go to seven ten W. O. R. Dot Com Slash Mark Seven Ten W. O. R. Dot com slash mark. Hegel take some calls eight hundred three to one zero seven. Ten is the number eight hundred three to one. Zero seven tenths. Oh Connecticut is reopen. You can go to restaurant. You have to sit outside. But that's that's great I'm checking the Memorial Day forecast. There could be some rain Friday afternoon Friday night into Saturday. So Friday might there might be but otherwise you know obviously is raining outside. That's GonNa Affect the outdoor dining but It's Memorial Day weekend Saturday night Sunday night. Even Monday night you'll be able to do stuff in Connecticut so I think a lot of people are going to be heading there Let's see let's take some calls that go to Jerry is calling from Princeton Gerry. How're you doing? I'm well mark? How are you very good? What are you up to their I'm up to the Democrats and the globalist think. Do you think they all got together to kill this economy so they can get rid of trump definitely? That was a part of it. Yeah one trump had a record economy that guarantees reelection so they did want to take that away Are you working from home now? I know I'm at home. I'm retired okay. But Hiding Jersey Jerry. I know what you've been going out and walking around and forget it is crazy fast. Thanks most important thing. Go out every day. Walk around. Fresh Air Sunshine All the medical experts say that is extremely important for you your immune system physical and mental health everyday. Go out walk around. Don't worry don't worry about surfaces And you can go to the supermarket and you don't have to wear gloves and spray everything death all you gotTa do you. Can you can go out. You can touch the elevator buttons. You can touch the DOORKNOB. You can touch stuff in the supermarket. You may get it all of your hands. It's fine just don't touch your face and wash your hands when you get home or put. Burell all of them as soon as you leave the supermarket. Don't forget your phone. Clean your phone off before you put it up to your face and if you WANNA really be nuts take some lysol spray or whatever and Wash your keys because you touch those when you're outside and your doorknob and then you're fine. You don't have to spray every box and lysol every piece of mail that comes in you don't have to do that and even the CDC now saying they don't think there's much transmission on a surface. They think that's very unlikely Speaking which you know. Sector Fatty is gone. We haven't seen him. He hasn't appeared on television since. May Fourth There's something with this weird creepy guy Great Personalities Great on television very lovable but something is wrong with him. You see that I put up. It's up on the webpage from about a week ago. The fifteen totally wrong predictions made it's a collection of statements interviews all through January tons. That's not gonNA come. Don't worry the viruses and coming here all through February saying no. We don't need to change any behavior. Don't need to do anything even in March. He's telling people to go to the mall he's telling people to take a cruise all this stuff and some people keep pointing out. You can't be that wrong that many times unless it's deliberate something up with this guy. He's tied up with that. Corrupt World Health Organization. He's tied up but big Pharma. He bad mouthed hydroxy chloroquine when he personally recommended it in two thousand and five for Corona viruses Problem with the Hydroxy Clark. When it's six cents. A dose of Ouchi suddenly pushing disappear which isn't got patents on it and it's nine hundred dose the other problem with Hydroxy Clark Patents. It's been around for forty years. Fifty million people abusing and all the patents expired. Anybody can make it so a big farm. It does not like the drug Was CHECKING THEY DO They do a billion doses a year every year. They've been doing that. So it's it's perfectly fine F- This should tell you everything she has to. Pr Firm that he uses to promote himself. that's not good. He privately calls every anchor every Chris. Cuomo liberal anchor every day and butter them up. That's not good if you go to the NIH website where he's the director. You GO TO HIS BIOGRAPHY. Page normally on a site like nice biography of his critics. I'm his page. He's got four hundred interviews with them. Here's twenty thousand videos of me on TV. I think that tells you a little about the guy and That he is a bit of a self promoter there so he's he's sidelined for now also About a month and a half ago. The president realized everything out. She told him was wrong. Inaccurate every prediction was totally wrong of berks. Deborah burks was always right so he started to listen to her not foudy. Let's go to Vince in Florida Vince. How you doing good morning? Good morning you know I wanted to tell you. This whole thing is insane. I was in Hong Kong two weeks ago and two weeks before that I was in Tokyo. I'm an airline pilot so I travel around in January. I was in Milan three different times and I was in Madrid and Milan in December. Well now I was in Hong Kong two weeks ago. Everything is open. You can go to a bar go to work. Restaurant and Hong Kong is the second most densely populated city in the world and they dealt with these fifty times back in the early two thousands. They had the SARS virus. They shut it down for three weeks. They started doing temperatures back then. They were taking people's temperature at the airport in and out and it shut down. Now you go through a big gate where they have all these the monitors but we have all these people saying we have to listen to what science who are these so-called scientists that we're listening to and where do they come up like if you're in a restaurant and you have to be six feet away. That restaurant can hold a thousand people and they're saying you can only have twenty five percent. I know hey let me tell you. You're an airline pilot that air in the plane. That's recirculated right more times than you can ever imagine. I remember years ago. I got sick and I talked to a doctor and he said it circulates more than an oxygen have. I mean it's really you got it's not. You're not breathing air. That comes out of the tank. This is there that goes smoothies. It's a really complicated process but but the point is if somebody in the plane is sick. Everybody's breathing that same air right now. Not really because it's circulated right out is out. Slow Valent earplugs comes in or and I would say it's safe to get on a plane right now. Yeah it's safe. It's not you know what I mean. If somebody's sitting next to you obviously you know they might have a d. but as far as the air you breathe. It's actually better than what you breathe most places because it is you know going in and out of the airplane. It doesn't stay in there. It's not. You're not breathing scarlet tank breathing for. You're the expert. Alright if you say so. Thanks for calling extra calling Vince. He's the founder of the airlines. They'll say whatever they want. Does that sound reasonable? The Clean Air I. I don't know and You know if you're going to take a flight Go training as a pilot. Get a job at the airline and be the pilot because that's the only way where you get a decent seat if you're the pilot and there isn't somebody half an inch from you at least the pilot Copa. They got like a foot between them. If you're in the cabin forget it. You know people on top of you. Hey when we come back Greg Jarrett. The great legal analyst will find out what's going on with Flynn. What's going on with this corrupt judge? What's going on Obama Gate with get to that in a moment on seven ten W. O? R? Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Bartlett are and Mark Actress Lori Laughlin set to plead guilty to conspiracy charges in connection with college admissions cheating scandal. The deal reportedly calls for her to get two months in prison. Her HUSBAND GETS FIVE MONTHS. Governor Murphy going to announce the lifting of more restrictions in New Jersey today could involve pools and campgrounds the holiday weekend. Mayor de Blasio says thirty..

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"jarrett" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

06:56 min | 4 months ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Mark Simone

"Well Good morning, everyone or waiting for Mark Simone to arrive on the scene. We learned yesterday that he has a new microphone Ray. They've kind of changed. The makeup of the microphones here to make it a little easier to do our stuff from home. And apparently Marcus had a little problem getting his to work at at least initially, anyway, he usually will appear in just a couple of minutes so We'll have a lot to talk about when he gets here. Obviously the big trip by the president out to the four plan in Michigan, everybody's concerned about him, wearing a mask and A speaking of the president and his Medical issues. I thought the press secretary Kaley McNamee did just a fabulous shabby other day when people were asking about the president, taking hydroxy chloroquine, and she pointed out that he did it in consultation with his doctors that it is a safe drug. It's been on the market for many many years and has been used effectively and You know that's the choice he made and She also pointed out that I think it was Chris Cuomo who came down with coronavirus and you know of all the criticism of president trump Chris Cuomo apparently took a different version of hydroxy, chloroquine and apparently one that was Well a lot more dangerous sell it does work and again. I've been Marcus told you. I have many many cases where this drug has been used by people who had corona virus, and it's been very very effective again. These are personal decisions. People have to make. was allowed issues to discuss today. I think one of them here. This is a a report from Columbia University that talked about the possibility of saving lives. Had We locked down earlier? ninety one. I think we're about ninety three thousand Americans die from Covid, but researchers now say these Columbia people that nearly thirty six thousand fewer people would have died. By early May if social distancing rules had been announced just one week earlier. Now I'm sure there's a lot of people out there. That are GONNA point well see president trump. He didn't act fast enough. But my theory here is as we wait for Mark Simone my theory is that I think a lot of the blame has to lay at the foot of governor. Cuomo because this area New York City and Westchester Connecticut But New York City and Westchester the epicenter of this outbreak, and if you could go back to the first case I real of public case that we had of corona virus was an individual in new Rochelle. And what the governor did in reaction to that was. At some point I think A. Couple of days after became aware that this was a coronavirus case. He put up a one mile zone around new Rochelle now the idea. I assume. Had you done? It properly would have been to keep people out, but it was porous, and people could come and go and I think that really dramatically spread the virus. In new. York and then to the rest of the country. We have marked. We have you yet. Yeah. He back on your phone. Listen. Everything works fine over here mixer microphone. Everything's perfect, but we got this new software, which is way too sensitive and screws up. We could go back to the old software and everything. It'd be perfect, but For some reason they won't do that so. Mine's working just fine I. Mean I I assume you have the same sort of microphone program that I have. Yeah, but I, don't know. We have four weeks without a problem now. Look this everything else I. Get it on the year. anyway, what did I miss? So I was talking about a couple of things I talked about the new press secretary Kelly, McNamee Whatever her name. Is there they're? Just beating down the press when they were questioning president trump taking the hydroxy chloroquine and she pointed out the Chris Cuomo took a dangerous version of that. What you gotTA remember everybody. Every hostile. Every major doctor is using hydroxy. Clark win all patients except you. Can't yourself 'cause if you have any kind of hard issue? Or. You're on other medications that might conflict. You can't take it, but everybody everywhere as using directs the Clark Clinton every country. It's been very successful. Dr. Chee recommended in two thousand and five for Corona viruses, even though he's playing some game now, but everybody's using it It has no possible side effects unless you take it for over a year. If it's for Corona virus, you're not gonNA take it more than ten days. So it's perfectly safe Y- The problem is the president should come out, said I don't want anybody to take this. And then the press would have demanded that everybody. Take it. The other thing is, we could solve our drug problem right now. He should come out and say I love pot. Smoking it all the time that would make the press stop everybody from news, and so it's It's just as trump derangement syndrome gotten to everybody, and you must not know anybody who said Corona virus. Yes. Yes, several, did they? Were they giving it? Yes. Yeah. And it works. It always now that you're that. What does it dramatically reduces the symptoms, and if you can get it very very very early in the in the process, it can really reduce the symptoms, so you basically just have a bad cold for a while. So now. Here's a real story I think You wouldn't take just prophylactically you could, but it probably has no effect there. A lot of said they think the president was more exposed to the virus that we're hearing is supposedly valley came in for one minute, but they think. Maybe it was a longer exposure and that's why they put him on this. That's the way healthcare workers take it because they know they're being exposed constantly. So it's not will prevent it, but if you keep taking if you got the virus you, you got that stuff in your system so early because it will fight the virus for you so. I. Think if if he comes down with this, you know just imagine the outcry because he didn't wear a mask, he didn't social distance Well. I watched those cuomo briefings every day, and he always takes questions and nobody has ever said to him. Why aren't you wearing a mask? Nobody's ever asked him. You'll notice his briefings. They're all over the state. One Days in Rochester next days in Buffalo. He was north well the other day he was at this fact. has he ever worn a mask anywhere? I've never seen him with one on really..

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"jarrett" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:37 min | 5 months ago

"jarrett" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Jarrett hang on for that we're following up on earlier breaking news from the White House a member of the U. S. military who serves as a valet for president trump has tested positive for corona virus in a statement released by the White House medical unit a member of the United States military who works on the White House campus has tested positive for corona virus deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley said in a statement the president and the vice president have since tested negative for the virus and that they remain in great health Casey right news ninety six point five W. DB owe the president and First Lady both spoke at the national day of prayer ceremony in the White House rose garden this afternoon that ceremony just wrapped up moments ago governor Ron DeSantis issued a comment on his social media I am governor Ron DeSantis this year the national day of prayer comes when we're navigating our way through a difficult time it is impacted each and everyone of us throughout this crisis Floridians have shown their extraordinary capacity for sacrifice and compassion for their neighbors with faith guiding the way we will emerge stronger than before on this national day of prayer my prayer for all Floridians is that we continue to carry an appreciation of what truly matters in life that we gain a new understanding of our true strength in the face of fear in crisis we are resilient thank you and god bless you the governor was also a guest on the Sean Hannity show last hour if you missed it you can hear part of it next hour on Orlando's evening news I'm Jeannie do pre or Washington watchdog and this is where Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic new ninety six five W. T. BO two workers at a spice manufacturing facility in Apopka are the latest victims are latest Florida victims of covert nineteen that's brings the statewide covert nineteen death toll to sixteen hundred B. L. Charlier business has now shut down the facility records show fifty three infections have been reported in that same Apopka zip code where the plant is located yesterday we told about Wendy's a shortage of beef in the problems of processing plants today they had a McDonald's says they have enough beef right now but it's a day to day situation that they're closely monitoring this as another beef processing plant employee dies from covert nineteen in Colorado seven workers have now died at one Colorado plant and hundreds have gotten sick the second prosecutor to recuse himself in the Georgia fatal shooting of a modern art re writes that the two what what the two white men did that lead to the young black man's death was legal and a letter explaining his refusal obtained by ABC news Waycross district attorney George Barnhill commenting on the incident saying that his office does not see grounds for an arrest Barnhill asserting that retired officer Greg McMichael into son Travis with Michael rode their pick up truck armed a quote hot pursuit of Barbary because they suspected him of burglary Barnhill contending that the men and a truck intended to hold armory until law enforcement arrived saying that under Georgia law this is perfectly legal the twenty five year old was jogging through the neighborhood was not armed and was not a suspect in any break ins Dave Packer ABC news another big central Florida event will not happen as scheduled due to the pandemic mega con is the southeast largest gatherings for comics and sci fi and gaming normally attracts more than a hundred thousand fans the new date for Megatron will be March of next year there will be a smaller version around Halloween at the Orange County convention center and we have some sad news from the music world company vocalists has passed away TMZ reports Brian Howell died yesterday in Florida and a relative says as cause of death was cardiac arrest he previously suffered a heart attack about three years.

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The Patriots' Quarterback Question

ESPN Daily

01:37 min | 5 months ago

The Patriots' Quarterback Question

"Mike how're you holding up Nina? We're doing great. We're healthy. I hope the same for you and all our listeners. Mike Reese covers the New England patriots for ESPN. Well Patriots. Have a lot of questions. So we're GONNA get to that. Actually I think everybody does about the England Patriots. Right now to me. I think they're the most interesting team in the NFL. At the moment I love it and you know a lot of people ask me like how do you feel about covering the Patriots? Now that Tom Brady isn't there and I said well you know that part is not the greatest feeling but when you think about compelling storylines what could be more compelling than what we're going into here which is how are they going to replace arguably the greatest quarterback of all time and that is what we're going to discuss so mike it is early. May and there is still a very long way to go until the regular season begins and obviously there are questions about that. But at this moment the two quarterbacks on the Patriots depth chart our Jarret Stidham the Auburn quarterback who New England drafted in the fourth round in two thousand nineteen and journeyman backup Brian. Hoyer for months. There's been speculation about whether they would draft someone. They did not whether they would sign juice. Winston or Andy Dalton did not so. Let's start here is Jarrett. Stidham the guy at the moment. Well there's no question minute. It's his job to lose. I would say the Patriots aren't GonNa say Jarret Stidham the guy because they don't want to put more pressure on him then is already

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Boston - All Reports Indicate Patriots Really, Really Like Jarrett Stidham At Quarterback

WBZ Afternoon News

00:12 sec | 5 months ago

Boston - All Reports Indicate Patriots Really, Really Like Jarrett Stidham At Quarterback

"Everyone better start getting used to the idea of Jarrett Stidham taking over for Tom Brady patriots bill Belichick apparently very happy with the second year player well with the veteran Brian Hoyer delayed another option walk without any pursuit

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Belichick explains why Patriots didn't select QB after losing Tom Brady

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

Belichick explains why Patriots didn't select QB after losing Tom Brady

"A surprise the draft might be that the patriots seven lost Tom Brady had ten picks in bill Belichick never took a quarterback he's got the veteran Brian Hoyer and the youngster Jarrett Stidham in the past did sign two on drafted QB the giants signed an undrafted quarterback case Cookus in northern Arizona the jets on Saturday drafted a quarterback James Morgan from Florida

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Big trades coming including Trent Williams

Podcast Central

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Big trades coming including Trent Williams

"A couple of big trade seven time Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams goes from the residents of the forty Niners in exchange repair picks at the forty Niners said receiver marquise Goodwin to the eagles the best players according to ESPN to go undrafted or Trey Adams of hunter Brian out of Washington at liberty hill from Michigan the patriots pass on every quarterback in the draft and that leaves Jarrett Stidham as next season's likely successor to Tom Brady and coach bill Belichick on Saddam and veteran Brian Hoyer lawyers and we run a couple times and I think you know he certainly gives a very small level and and you know we have our confidence in him and hello and a good year last year improved law and we'll see where that takes him so that's sports stroll strewn in BC news

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Boston - Patriots don't take QB, trade first-round pick

NHL: Blackhawks vs. Berlin

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Boston - Patriots don't take QB, trade first-round pick

"You saw coach bill check talking about this not drafting a quarterback wasn't by design the patriots notably pass by Jordan love with the twenty third pick instead trading into the Chargers for second and third rounder the decision to not take a quarterback makes it look like Jarrett Stidham who is Brady's backup is a new starter in New England for now for narrow now I guess we'll see

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Boston - Belichick says Patriots not drafting QB 'wasn't by design'

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Boston - Belichick says Patriots not drafting QB 'wasn't by design'

"Watch now on WBZ newsradio easiest to read any seem to leave everyone scratching their heads again after going the entire draft without bringing another quarterback you have to figure Bella checking the patriots have a ton of faith and Jarrett Stidham along with the veteran Brian Hoyer Belichick's party says it wasn't by design but that it just didn't work out also showing confidence in both state employer has to bring in a quarterback after the draft Louisiana tech's Jamar Smith expected to be added as an undrafted free agent

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Patriots coach Bill Belichick said that not drafting a quarterback 'wasn't by design'

Marc James

00:10 sec | 5 months ago

Patriots coach Bill Belichick said that not drafting a quarterback 'wasn't by design'

"Old team the patriots did not draft a quarterback right now they have Jarrett Stidham and veteran Brian Hoyer on the roster bill Belichick said Saturday not drafting a quarterback Wilton Fulton wasn't by

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'No chance' Michelle Obama will be Biden's running mate, Valerie Jarrett says

Glenn Beck

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

'No chance' Michelle Obama will be Biden's running mate, Valerie Jarrett says

"Joe Biden telling reporters he would pick Michelle Obama for vice president in a quote heart beat but top Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett says there is no chance the former First Lady would take the job and ms Gerard is the closest person to the Obamas

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Boston - Patriots' weigh QB options to replace Tom Brady

WBZ Midday News

00:22 sec | 6 months ago

Boston - Patriots' weigh QB options to replace Tom Brady

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The Latest: Turkish soccer club manager: I tested positive

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

The Latest: Turkish soccer club manager: I tested positive

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Patriots release all-time leading scorer Stephen Gostkowski

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Patriots release all-time leading scorer Stephen Gostkowski

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Patriots cut kicker Gostkowski after 14 seasons

Schopp and Bulldog

00:14 sec | 6 months ago

Patriots cut kicker Gostkowski after 14 seasons

"To football the patriots agree to terms with quarterback Brian Hoyer over the weekend he will compete with Cody Kessler and Jarrett Stidham for the starting quarterback job in New England pages also moving on from kicker Stephen Gostkowski releasing the kicker after fourteen

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"jarrett" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:05 min | 9 months ago

"jarrett" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And as the lord Gregg Jarrett I wanted to ask you I I just can't explain it it's inexplicable to me Gregg Jarrett how is it possible if you could explain how is it possible to think bribing mall is that chant death to America and want to wipe Israel off the map giving the money is a good idea well two things it's easy way out I mean it's just easier to pay cash then to take strong aggressive action to stop terrorists and second of all it is a part of the trump derangement syndrome if Obama does it it's great if trump does it it's horrible and that's just stupid well yes it is you know I think we now have the emergence of the trump Dr I'll talk to anybody a lot of people said that's outrageous while you talk to anybody and also I want peace I'll even take a little bit of your crap you know the drones in those the ship's taken hostages Sir but you're not going to kill Americans that's our line in the sand and if you do you're gonna pay a big price simple right Jeff I like that because I don't boots on the ground we can't send kids to war anymore because they always politicize it in the swamp and then we say never mind so you want to go there just bomb the daylights out of them like we did with ice is now we have new technology right you've been making this point repeatedly and you're absolutely dead on correct once they get us into a war then all hell breaks loose and they protest in there in the streets and all this kind of thing it's just it's just simply not worth an American kids wife to do this and notably the irony here I don't know how much attention this is gotten them let alone American contractors that would kill was killed was a legal Muslim American immigrants who and what's your reaction Gregg Jarrett yeah I mean it it's it's a great point it you know your argument is really trumps argument and that is that this is very simple if you attack our people if you jeopardize our national security I have a right as president under the constitution to take aggressive action it is always been that way presidents have been doing it for decades in my lifetime and and Democrats you know when trump does it Democrats two blocks over into this mindless hysteria if this reflexive Pavlovian response that whatever trump does must be wrong we must condemn it with regardless of whether it makes absolute common sense to do it guys I want to thank you both Jeff floored and Gregg Jarrett gotta take a break here we are when we come back of course is Friday our best sound of the week coming up your calls and much more eight hundred nine four one Shawn you wanna be a part of the program also Daniel Akhbar is going to join us all with more Intel information about what life in a ran as like he knows because he was tortured and tried and imprisoned in Bulgaria because he converted to Christianity and he knows what the meeting the real meaning of the killing of Solomonic he is and what it should mean to the people of Iran that straight ahead the triangle business minute presented by term annex the leader in past and wildlife control services nuisance printers make their way into homes term annex keeps them out call for free past and wildlife inspection from term annex one oh six one FM talk teach you connected to triangle business with a tribal business journal I'm Brian Taylor Amazon own whole foods is closing a gluten free baking facility in Morrisville that'll impact about a hundred employees the entity known as whole foods market soda region bakehouse notify state official bill clothes that will cut a hundred and two employees a developer solely Chapel Hill apartment community less than two.

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"jarrett" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

07:46 min | 11 months ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"It's real real real. It's in all right. We're laughing. This is no laughing matter. I mean this is serious. It's a little bit of time that we have left. I want to bring you back to the book you were writing about trying to juggle everything being a working working. Mother and I failed to note the page number here. So my apologies but you talked about the fact that at that time women were all about in the workplace all about showing. How you're you just like the guys like nothing else was different? You're just like the guys and you take and you write about your science not saying anything. My silence stemmed mostly from my shame feeling alone as though I were the only overwhelmed working mother. I told myself that if I was just smarter more organized and more efficient if I just tried harder and slept let less. Perhaps it all wouldn't be so hard. As women of my generation fought to gain equity in the workplace. We made an unspoken pact to pretend even to one another that we had added all under control. We didn't we couldn't possibly. WHAT IS THE HOPE A? Here's a smattering of golf applause. But working mothers what what do you say to. Or what did you say to Laura. What do you say to Laura's friends? This next generation of young women who are trying to juggle it all. Are they more aware and more open to no longer being silenced or has that been carried over generation. You weren't with any millennials any lls. Oh yeah they're not so quiet about the stuff which is good. I obviously have a great relationship with my daughter and I've always talked very openly and I told her the mistakes I made made trying to like Ginger Rogers and Fred astaire dancing backwards with high heels on and I thought that it was important to prove my worthiness by pretending there was no life outside and I thought that if I didn't do that then the guy's wouldn't take me as seriously and when I started verbalizing what was going on in my life. Can I was in an environment where people actually cared. They responded to my needs. I mean I had a great mentor. Who supported me in crazy way? She'd come to my home after work so I could put lowered a better than we would work after Laura went to sleep. Most people aren't going to do that for you but if I had never told her I was a single mom and I needed to get home for bedtime. Then how would she. She has ever known. And so I am encouraged that the next generation is a little bit more willing to first of all to expect more from the partners their spouses says in terms of contributing. I know my daughter and her husband have had many a conversation about their expectations. Parenting we just gave him a baby shower yesterday and it was co coed and people were like well. Why are the guys coming to the shower? And I said from the beginning. They're starting. This is a partnership. And they're doing this together. He laugh you chocolate show. It was fun no games. We didn't play games but I think part of my message is look the question is can you have it all well. We set an unrealistic expectation to having it all means doing everything thing to perfection. And I thought I was super human and I could do it off could work all day. I could come home. I could put Lord Abed a work some more and then I would make baby food it from scratch in the middle of the night what was I thinking. Don't do that to yourself. Don't set yourself up to think that everything has to be absolutely absolutely perfect and I think the best example of that would be Laura. When I started my book tour? Laura flew out to Chicago and interviewed with me and the person who was moderating in the conversation asked Laura what surprise you in the book about your mother and my daughter said I had no idea she felt so guilty. She said she was a perfect mom from vervins point not from mine from mine. I was a lousy mother and I and I was lousy everything when she was really young. And that's not how she saw the world and so I think I want working the parents to give themselves a little bit of a break to realize that you are doing a great job and don't let perfection be the definition the Almighty comparison exactly but also to remember that life has multiple chapters and they each have trade-offs and you make decisions and then you have to live with the consequences of those decisions but for me. Okay what I realized when I started listening to my voice and I started realizing how much power I could have if I spoke up and I started making decisions where I listened to the gut inside of me as opposed to what everybody else was defining as my life. That's when the adventure began not craving the comfort of the straight line that I had charted out for myself but the exhilaration that comes from taking advantage of opportunities at knock at inopportune moments and the exhilaration that comes from being scared to death about trying something new and then figuring out. Oh I can do that and conquering and then swerving again. So Zigzag Jack Is my message to young folks. Your word is embraced zagging in Michelle Obama's book. It's a brace to the swerve. All of the above because of of Michelle Obama and I both had not swerved out of what was expected of us into public service. Who knows where we would all be today right right you might be married Chicago? You decided not to run for Mayor Chicago because you didn't want to be an elective office. I thought about it long and hard at one point in my life I thought about throwing my hat in the ring to replace President Obama when he was first elected in the Senate and I think in the end I have come to appreciate that there are many ways to serve and you have to do a gut check before you do elected office and just as I described my early days isn't city government where it's twenty four seven and people come up to the grocery store in the dry cleaners and lobby your daughter. All of that is what you have to be prepared for when you run for office US and at this stage of my life. Don't hate me but I wake up every single day and I do exactly what I want to do right. I mean I worked really hard to get to this point and I work. I think as hard as ever but on issues I care about and I define them is at the time I I said the place I determine the agenda and I also really looking forward to being a grandmother and I don't want to be a public official when I'm trying to be a gramma Emma. Let's just me. Everybody has to make their own decision. So we started this conversation by talking about the mantra of your parents about your willingness to work hard and be resilient and have a little luck and you can only take advantage of luck if you are fully prepared and it's right right after. President Obama has been elected on election. Night there's a sixty minutes interview you're sitting with your parents watching this and I'm going to read what you wrote at the end of the interview. My mother looked over at me. How did you know that he could win? She asked not that he would but even that he could because because of you too I said a bit surprise in my voice because you both raised me to believe that if you work twice as hard as anyone else and sacrifice for what you believe leave in and luck is on your side. The Sky's the limit. She shook her head and said softly. I never believed any of that. And the kicker my dad chuckled and said he agreed with her Valerie. The Best Party lift the rest o houses i. I'm sorry. I stared at them in disbelief. For the first time I realized my parents had raised me. ASPIRATIONAL instilling in me. Said of core beliefs that they didn't actually hold themselves elves that. Here's the best line that I did. Underline this their gift to me was not to shackle me with their.

"jarrett" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

15:37 min | 1 year ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

"Seneca Women Attorney and businesswoman Valerie Jarrett rose to political heights as the longest serving senior advisor to President Barack Obama. She joined Seneca Women at the Metropolitan Museum of art to discuss her journey to the White House lessons. She learned as a leader and effective ways to fight for progress. Enjoyed for this conversation with Valerie. Milan and stick around. After the discussion for our top takeaways.

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"jarrett" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"That apparently phrase, the Japanese people sometime use to describe, so, shall we say, colorfully ethnic Italians? Bill. Valerie Jarrett doing our quick bathroom. Use squeezed out win with I'd say a one and a half. None of that is very flattery. Women are book, so you're a winner. Undis- going to say this, it kind of bothers you that you didn't get one. Right. Is that right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. If I'm if I'm not incorrect. I think Valerie, and I share the same birthday and just a teeny bit competitor a little bit a little bit. Control it that. Yeah, no, I don't like to lose Roxanne was she was actually a little before. We won't tell the president that you didn't do as well as he did. If you don't know I have no intentions of telling him. Valerie Jarrett's book is called funding my voice my journey to the west wing and the path forward. It's available now. Valerie jarrett. Thank you so much for joining us. In just a minute. We look at you with puppy dog is at our listener Limerick challenge game one. Triple eight eight Jonasson the air. We'll be back in a minute. With more of we tell me from NPR. This message comes from NPR's.

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"jarrett" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Kickass News

"To the west wing. Wing and the path forward and on today's podcast. Valerie Jarrett recalls what she calls a magical childhood spending the first five years of her life in Iran, the difficult transition for her when her family moved back to Chicago, and how her own experience a few years later as a single working mom influenced her to advocate for women and families in the White House. She remembers her first impressions of Michelle and Barack Obama shares. Her unique perspective on their marriage and tells the story of the time Michelle Obama recruited her to help convince a young Barack Obama to give up politics and get a real job. Of course. We know how that went. She talks about being the one who kept President Obama connected to the world outside of Washington as director of public engagement, and intergovernmental affairs. She describes the surreal and heartbreaking experience of watching the twenty sixteen election returns with the Obamas in the White House residence and reveals what's been the hardest blow to take from the Trump administration. Plus, she shares a. Hugh of what she calls her pinch me moments from her eight years in the White House coming up with Valerie Jarrett in just a moment. Valerie Jarrett was the longest serving senior advisor to President Barack Obama. She oversaw the offices of public engagement and intergovernmental affairs chaired the White House counsel on women and girls Jared has received numerous awards and honorary degrees, including time's one hundred most influential people before joining the White House. She served as the executive officer of the habitat company in Chicago, chairman of the Chicago transit board Commissioner of planning and development and deputy chief of staff to Chicago mayor, Richard m Daley. She's currently senior adviser to the Obama foundation and two senior distinguished fellow at the university of Chicago law school now, she's written about her remarkable life from her childhood in Iran to the Chicago mayor's office and all the way to the Obama White House in a new book, titled finding my voice my journey to the west wing and the path Ford. Valerie Jarrett,.

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"jarrett" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"jarrett" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

"Free Brooklyn. This is the special coverage of the midterm elections. The people's choice. What choice will they make good or evil smart or dumb? Oh god. Oh, sweet mother of God. No. But really this is the night before the midterm elections. This is the next best thing. And apparently, I mean, this could be considered our special coverage of the midterm elections. Holy crap. Tomorrow's the day. I've had this day put in my calendar actually on a countdown app since November twelve two thousand sixteen you probably remember how many are you probably remember what happened a few days before that this seems like a very hot mic. But whatever can't do anything about that. Now because I don't know anything about tech -nology our audio. So great any who we have a great show put together for you tonight Jarrett, Barron Steen who you might recognize as they host on Radio Free. Brooklyn, he hosts the famous dead people show. Great show funny show. He's also a stand up comic and a published author. He's going to be coming in tonight to discuss his recent stand up tour and getting out the. Vote. Why it's important to him. How it has changed his comedy? How has changed his freaking life? How does change to all of our lives? We're all doomed anyway, so but before he gets in and before we do delve into the midterm elections, which by the way are happening tomorrow. And if you don't vote, then you don't so God, I can't even tell you seriously. I always say apathy is the enemy. But if you don't vote, then you are the enemy see how those are connected. If you don't vote that must mean your appetite apathy enemy so that would make you the enemy vote care. Do something constructive productive lazy shit anyway, full of love and joy and a little bit of fear because we all know how good we were feeling the night before Hillary Clinton didn't get elected or at least wasn't allowed to be elected because of Russia and whatnot. We were all feeling very confident to every. Bowl in the world said that she I actually have this saved on my laptop screen shots of all of the various polls, and all of the various closing statistics going into not just the day of the election. But that evening five thirty eight.

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"jarrett" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"jarrett" Discussed on KTRH

"Jarrett and John sale. And all right. So rod Rosenstein, why would even be in the mix considering we now know and have corroboration Greg Jarrett that he was saying, you know, what do you want me to wear a wire around the president? Well, he has a lot to answer for and the president. I'm sure spoke to him about it on Air Force One today. Did did you really try to get people to secretly record me? Did you recruit people to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to depose me from office? We know Rosenstein, who's going did not deny it whenever he's caught engaging in illicit. If not illegal activities, he claims his words were misinterpreted over and over again, we've seen examples of that a threat to the intelligence committee staff threats to Devon newness. Oh, I'm just misunderstood Rosenstein must be the most misunderstood. Man in Washington DC, but it would be imprudent politically for the president to fire him. He has no intention of doing so Rosenstein, you know, must receive Muller's report. And I think the president wants to see how that will play out. And I think it's beginning to wind down many of the people on Muller staff have already left and returned their jobs at the department of Justice. So I think that is reaching a conclusion, I agree with John no collusion. No obstruction. And then let's launch a serious investigation with a grand jury into people at the department of Justice and the FBI who engaged in this. What I believe to be an illicit illegal scheme to frame, Donald Trump. We'll take a break here. But we gotta say goodbye to Greg Jarrett. John sale. Thank you both for being with us. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. This is going to be a huge story, and it's gonna break tomorrow. But just getting. Bits and pieces. Now, I know a lot more than I can reveal. I have been sworn to secrecy with some of my sources, but is a huge story. We have an election in twenty nine days will why do we fight? Well, last Dr Gorka coming up next Carter page also stopped by that straight ahead..

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"jarrett" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"You res sam roberts oh such a good time with jeff jarrett it was a thrill to have double jay in the nazi him studio i mean so much i think probably my favorite stuff the most interesting stuff to me is kind of getting into his head about leaving wwe for the first time it's just such a kind of a crazy move fact that he came back and he kind of knew that oh i don't know things are apparently not going in my favor anymore over here but just the idea that as young as he was that he would just walk out it's kind of it's kind of incredible an unheard of we've got so much more weighty here next week because there's so much more to cover would double j too so next week we're going to get into his first run in wcw the year that he went over there and russell guys like chris benoi and dean milenko and of course steve mongo mcmichael there was a big storyline with him whether he was going to go to the end w o or four horsemen all that stuff will be dealt with next week as well as his return to wwe coming out with that shoe promo than going into the end of ua coming up with don't don't piss me off the tag team with owen hart dealing with owen dealing with own death you know not only the good times but also you know what ended up happening and so much more a lot to cover and of course you know the controversial way in which he left wwe for that final time and we'll talk about the onscreen firing that happened on the last episode of w monday nitro from vince mcmahon a lot to talk about and we'll continue that amazing conversation next week on sam roberts wrestling podcast aka not sam wrestling i'm getting ready for my trip to chicago it's going to be a good weekend it's gonna be good weekend of wrestling you got takeover chicago of course by the way in the state of wrestling we got a lot to cover i we're gonna do a recap of what went down at dominion the new japan pay per view which we didn't really preview last week but that's because i didn't know enough about it to really preview it but of course i watched it.

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"jarrett" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jarrett" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"Going to happen and then when adjust happens it's like okay and it kind of reminds everybody like we can all celebrate jeff jarrett he's not this horiuchi is not the four letter word right right the bluff is no yeah i mean in and i never really looked at it that way but also never even had never never gave the hall of fame as far as me being inducted i never even gave it a second pot wasn't going to happen totally accepted understand it and went on about my life essentially ever since i have since two thousand two yeah that's kind of the you know going through your history and everything that's the impression that i always kind of got the you just figured okay well if this isn't happening right now i'm not just going to sit around do the convention circuit and wait until it happens i gotta figure out what the next move is and just whether it's going to go in this direction or to create a direction you're gonna move but let's talk about getting back back to wwf video that they put out on youtube you went to the smackdown taping before the hall of fame what was it like to be back there how had it changed how was the vibe different and and was there familiarity to it or had it changed so much that you were like this is a different deal now it was unbelievable in both the answer the question is exactly the same and then totally different and i know that sounds like oh you're given two answers it really was on the one hand and there was the video that captured it you know dot com came to my house at gosh six thirty in the morning six fifteen set really early that tuesday morning and we started video and just doing things about my in it'll be on the network at some point you know be taking my kids to school the cameras rolled with us la la jobs around town we did a bunch of stuff we you know and and i knew what the day was planning and then.

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"jarrett" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jarrett" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Got it there sally in virginia welcome to sterling on sunday hi sally i wanted to hear thank gosh you're here sally what's going on with you tonight in virginia we're kind of getting flooded out oh that's right terrible rains in the midwest and the east coast today i was sitting in a flood in a slum is nothing scary than being in a flood in a slummy neighborhood pretty darn scary but i got out of it alive now sally do you wanna guess the mystery voice all right listen to it and tell me who you think it is match you wanna play the mystery of voice at anytime lawyers involved and they just took it to the next level what's hurtful things were said and that's not what i wanted to happen we need to have audio cassettes again and audio carts now we doing out on computer the computers keep freezing up thinking valerie jarrett valerie jarrett it's not valerie jarrett yeah i just actually of discovered it tonight for the first time are you listening wma which station are you listening that's the one i'm al them al home of mary walter she's on in the morning and i discovered her i discovered her where is my where's my credit there's dennis in chicago listening on wls welcome to sterling on sunday high hi there welcome wake up join us you okay do you want to guess the mystery voice what would you like to talk about you got.

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"jarrett" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jarrett" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To jarrett this historic remain far sixty two years of san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station amazon's alexa over in the case of all skill with north korea good news on jobs i'm evan haning kim jong own has asked president trump to meet he's accepted next question is where could they meet in china in beijing the government dodging questions overnight about whether they would be willing to host any summit between trump and kim jongun they did of course play host to those sixparty talks which fell apart about a decade ago correspondent will ripley well the president has moved ahead with his planned for tariffs on imported aluminum and steel correspondent abby philip reports some countries may get a break mexico and canada are going to get those waiver is that they have been clamoring for since this whole thing was announced but two other allies south korea and japan will probably be among the nations who the white house says can probably apply for these waivers in the future the russia investigation continues news corespondent jessica schneider reports former trump campaign aides sam nunn berg is testifying before a federal grand jury he walked in with his attorney patrick brackley but everything that happens before the grand jury will be done without his attorney present and it will be done in secret stephanie clifford aka stormy daniels will go on cbs's sixty minutes sunday to talk about her alleged affair with donald trump or lawyer michael abernathy says white house denials at trump knew nothing about his lawyers one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment to her is quote an insult to the american people mr cohen was the american people to believe that he ran off halfcocked negotiated a very detailed agreement with a signature lines for his client.

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