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Unthinkable Trauma

In The Thick

06:01 min | Last week

Unthinkable Trauma

"Hey welcome to in the thickness is a podcast politics race and culture from a POC. Perspective. HORSA and I'm Jerry Galloway. Rela. We have a very special guest joining us from Southern California Jacob Sobre. He's award winning journalist correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC and Hey a best selling author. Now, what's up Jacob? So good to be with you guys you know have wanted to do this for so long with you and I'm I'm just grateful to be here with you together I know he's a fan. He's a fan of in the thick fan. Yes. We love that we love fans of the pod so. We're going to be talking about an issue that you have called an American tragedy and this is the issue and the history of family. I don't even like that term because it's really families being ripped apart torn apart. In your new book separated inside an American tragedy you readers through a very intimate look into the policy into the families that have been torn apart and traumatized. You also talk to policymakers and government officials who ultimately were responsible for creating and really promoting this is stemmed separation of an estimated five, thousand, four hundred children from their parents at the hands of the government and I. Say. And still counting. Yeah and despite the fact that president trump signed an executive orders supposedly ending the policy of Charles Separations in two thousand eighteen, the ACLU alleges that there have been more than one thousand family separation since that executive order and more recently propublica reported on how the trump administration has used the corona virus as a pretext to circumvent the normal legal protections allowed to migrant children. So since March ice has circulated thousands of migrant children through hotel black sites making it virtually impossible for lawyers, family members and advocates to locate them and deported them in order to quote prevent the introduction of Covid nineteen into the US. Even though many of the deported children have tested negative for the virus. So Jacob here have reported on these issues for many many years. These policies you know predate trump. So before we get into the current iteration of this shit show, I wanNA talk about looking back into that history and actually. You great job of setting it and in a moment we'll talk about how it's touched of us. Really personally. But Jacob. From your perspective, talk to us about the origins of family separation and how the stage was being set for these policies way before trump entered the white. House. So yeah, you gotTa tell us how did we get here? Yeah. I think Maria. That what the trump administration did and we talked about ripping families apart family separation what to call this really what it was in the words of Physicians for human, rights and Nobel Peace Prize winning organization was torture at met the. Definition of torture according to the United. Nations it was government sanctioned child abuse according to the American Academy of Pediatrics and you know make no mistake. This is on the trump administration's hands. No administration in the history of the United States of America had ever attempted or done anything like this in a systematic way. But the fact that the trump administration was able to execute this policy was only possible because of decades of failed deterrent based immigration border policy by Democratic and Republican administrations. This will come as no news to you. But for people who don't know in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, the Clinton administration put into place their border patrol a policy called prevention through deterrence. That's why our administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more by hiring record number of new border guards by deporting twice as many criminal aliens as ever before by cracking down on illegal hiring, which was designed went along with the first wave of border infrastructure walls. Fences what have you and the idea was that by doing that people who are migrating to this country quote unquote illegally would have to go on more dangerous or deadly journeys to get here and sure enough you know many people have died trying I e let them die trying. Let them die trying. That's exactly right. After the Clinton administration. We had the Bush administration which obviously created H S and expanded the border patrol exponentially dozens of agencies charged with Homeland Security. Will now be located within one cabinet department. With the mandate and legal authority. To protect our people, the Obama Administration obviously deported more people than any other president ever no matter how they are. No matter their reasons. The eleven million who broke these laws should be held accountable and we got to this place where we had donald trump is president saying when Mexico census people, they're not sending their best they bringing drugs. Crime, their rapists, often not the pictures of Jay Johnson walk through the same facilities that I saw separated kids in and look yes. The Obama Administration Limited circumstances did separate parents and children from each other and the reason that they did it was circumstances where you had parents who were perhaps violent criminals or dealing a narcotrafficking but they never did on a systematic basis Jay Johnson? The Homeland Security Secretary, or Cecilia Munoz from the Domestic Policy Council. Bowl said to me on the record in my book we could never do. What the trump administration did it doesn't mean the idea wasn't proposed. It came up, it came up in the situation of the White House but they never did it and the minute Donald Trump became president. This idea was on the table right about a Valentine's Day meeting and twenty seventeen and the officer Kevin McLean then the acting commissioner of Customs and border. Protection they wanted to do this from the get-go and now the results of of this policy are very familiar to all of

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"jay johnson" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Twist. A little bit and You Know I. I'd hate to go put her down. Because she's such a fun thing but You know I'm just wondering now. My wife has given her. What is it Melatonin in little bits occasionally to kind of cooler out like car rides and stuff like that? Yeah because she loves barking at things. Yeah well that's the SCHNAUZER. Lifestyle has to bark at everything that the wind blows. That is no doubt. Yeah I WANNA Kinda back up a little bit and talk about you know we talk. You mentioned something what we call a heart murmur and and basically when we hear a heart Murmur That's basically an abnormal sound. That tells us the blood is not flowing in the right direction. Kind of almost like swimming against the stream in a swimming pool. So we hear an abnormal. Sound now there are some rumors that go away when dogs pups and that would typically be about four to five months so she's still got a heart murmur and you're seeing those signs you know I would. I would agree with them. There's something serious going on From here there's a couple things that would really help in deciding what our options are for her And one of the big things would be to get an ultrasound on her heart Because there's a lot of different congenital problems that dogs can be born with that 'cause murmurs and ultimately some are definitely more treatable than others and some are more progressive in how bad they make the pet feel so it's a little hard to say ultimately where you might go without a more specific diagnosis and I would definitely encourage you. If that's at all possible. Pieta harder sound because that will really help make that call. And I've had some some dogs here at my own office that I catch that Murmur young and we. Kinda many times. We kinda wish it away in in hope that that doesn't create a problem and we really want to jump on that before there's too much of a problem for the pet but but there might be some things at this point you know keeping her comfortable There are some medicines that we treat. If we're dealing with congestive heart failure so medicine like lasix. Vasil dilates which treat the effects of the heart failure but aren't ready yet diuretic that's lay slick and that's kind of like a water pill ultimately changed. I'm sorry go on my.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:21 min | 7 months ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Them down and put them away. I thought well he's continuing to work on the carpets and your throat yeah got rid of the cartons and we. We always had blinds so now the the blinds are there but I was concerned if it was going to mess up his insides by eating strain in he will get like find something that he can pull and get strang out and he will eat the strain put a she likes them he would just sit there and ate it till song. And that's definitely a big problem and you definitely hit upon one major thing is the string and the the the problem that we ran into with cats is that they tend to nibble on things like yarn or string or if they're actually ingesting a fabric like material that could cause a very dangerous foreign body what we call a linear foreign body and in the reason it's so dangerous is because it's soft pliable vans and we would think would move through through but it actually kind of acts like a cheese grater in it slices into the intestinal wall. 'cause there's not enough substance for the body to recognize it and move it through so yeah. This is a big health risk for him. The root of this is very likely a behavioral problem that we're going to have to work on and in rare cases would we have like a medical case A cause of this so things that will be challenging you to work with on tax are going to be things to do. Environmental Enrichment and because cats indoors live happy. Well cared for lifestyle You got a lot of time on their hands so Cats in the wild We I'm home with him All Day okay. I'm there so when I see him doing this. You know I just say no. He knows what the word no means. In fact saint like he understands a lot and he just chooses to ignore it and he will. He will stop that he does understand the work now Yeah now in one context when your president? And you're telling him new stop fat. Although it seems like you're disciplining him and telling them no and teaching him you may actually be causing this to happen more because anti-aids and cats they sometimes are like small children and want to get a rise out of us. Want to get some attention so if chewing on the carpet gets you to say. Hey what are you doing? He's already won that little game there. Now I think for tax. It's escalated beyond that and he. This is a self rewarding behaviour and a lot of ways so this might be something we need to talk about the possibility of some behavioral drug therapy But before we talk about drugs and putting them on something to stop that Environmentally things that we can do to help enriches environment to try to give him some other solutions other than trying to this behavior would be things to keep him active. So even though you're there with him during the day doesn't mean that You know he is. Maybe satisfied physically. And it's hard to imagine what what's going on in a cat's head but we'd want him to increase his exercise. We want out of active. Play sessions So you're playing cat interactive games. The Cat Dancer Laser Light Games And actually a lot of food related game so where? There's actually some effort where he has to find food. Where you put it in Hiti Toy Something where he asked has to actively work for his food and that helps to replace some of that lack of that in the indoor cat environment. Because everything's kind of given to them kind of like a king or Queen But I would definitely work on some of those things to try to give him more activity. It's so hard with cats because they just don't go walking like dogs. Generally we desert. We used to play a lot. She was younger as far as like. When you call something up overhead he would jump and and then he quit doing all of that and and he likes those like ponytail holders there custer elastic but they have you know wrapping around them but they're very tight. It's not that he invited out of cloth off but he likes to play with those. He'll throw them up in the air and anybody.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

04:58 min | 9 months ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"To coast AM on Jay Johnson stays with us excuse me and we will open up the phone lines at the bottom of the hour for questions and comments a Tom these police sketches of of the zodiac killer that were put out by the San Francisco police department in October of nineteen sixty nine where they come from a man who saw the zodiac killer beside his victims well the San Francisco murder was in a residential neighborhood a very fluent neighborhood and above the cab from across the street there were some witnesses there were a few teenage witnesses that we're having a little party and and happened to notice what was happening something unusual happening across the street ground level they weren't really sure they thought something was maybe the cab driver was being accosted and so call was made to the same disco police department it was of course the zodiac and and he left the crime scene area on foot but before he did the witnesses were able to to get a look at him and and this early access gates to but the he almost got apprehended I mean he was he was so lucky that night in fact if if zodiac hadn't been so lucky I think there might have been another murder too because that the police dispatcher put out the wrong information when the when the witnesses called and reported what was happening to the cab driver they thought I think that they believed he was being stabbed values actually shot once in the head but when the when the witnesses called the police the dispatcher put out the description of a black pants letting responding officers no they should be looking for a black man and it was just it was just an honest honest mistake I don't know maybe maybe the witnesses were describing what zodiac was wearing and they said something about black and so they they got they had a mix up but there was a a patrol car that responded very quickly and eventually the description of the zodiac was corrected a white man in his thirties but when the patrol car responded so quickly they they didn't realize that they were supposed to be looking for a white man and so the saw the zodiac they didn't realize of course until later but the past him if they would have slowed and and and and try to talk to my have a feeling that he would have gotten them down because he only fired one shot two killers victim he has you know almost a full chamber and I think it's the police what is a slow down to talk to him he would have probably assume that they were those looking for men going to arrest them and I have no doubt he probably would have killed of so the fact that the wrong description was sent out probably saved one or both of the officers lives this idea who actually claimed that he did talk to those officers and broke really quickly led them astray and and sent them off in the wrong direction and and there's really no evidence that they that they did speak to the zodiac I think they they just kind of slow down enough to recognize that he wasn't a black man and then they continued on their way looking for the for the for the suspect so so that and then of course of the next you know day or two they realized oh my gosh that that that was probably the zodiac that we witnessed although the sketches of the zodiac the police officers never contributed to the sketches the both sketches of the zodiac were only only had those teenage witnesses as contributors so there's a kind of a misunderstanding about that is that the police officers are definitely what is seen as of yet that I did not have any input in those in those police sketches why is that that seems strange it's a very odd situation the officer folks will and officers almost where the two but foreman and south didn't come forward with a report about the man he encountered that ninety eight for almost a full month and he was never able to give a good explanation as to why it took them so long to let these detectives no Hey I you know I saw this guy that match the description of the teenage witnesses why did south not come forward immediately because the falcon knowledge that shortly after seeing the individual that was probably the zodiac this out got the correct the description that they should be looking for a white man and felt was a senior officer driving the car and he immediately started searching the area where he he saw the man where the man appeared to be headed so fox news that the person he encountered was probably the zodiac but the actual report the toxin that is a leading detectives know that you know about his encounter that's that that report was submitted for.

Jay Johnson
Trump border official says frustrated by judge ruling blocking asylum ban

Sean Hannity

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Trump border official says frustrated by judge ruling blocking asylum ban

"A federal judge's ruling to restore the nation wide band blocking the trump administration's role that aims to block nearly all asylum claims at the border San Francisco based district judge John tiger had previously issued the nationwide injunction but the ninth US circuit court of appeals narrowed it to California and Arizona acting customs chief mark Morgan says the numbers of border apprehensions are still on a downward track N. B. C.'s Halle Jackson attended Morgan's White House briefing today where he said numbers are down and as he put it he sees it as their down dramatically typically there is remember seasonal drop essentially the numbers went from eighty two thousand to sixty four thousand over the period of about a month or two Morgan says the administration has been forced to take action to deal with an unprecedented crisis on the southern border the Senate homeland security committee today held a field hearing New York at the national September eleventh memorial and museum head of the tragedies eighteenth anniversary former homeland security secretary Michael Chertoff Janet Nepal Tano and Jay Johnson testified before the committee this is the polisario threats against our homeland are not static they evolve and we in the department must adapt with them. I want Congress to ban high capacity magazines and assault weapons and an act universal background

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United States, President And Twitter discussed on Ron St. Pierre

Ron St. Pierre

02:02 min | 1 year ago

United States, President And Twitter discussed on Ron St. Pierre

"So president trump with a tweet over the weekend causing quite the US lover knocker opponents are calling him is in the fall but a racist after he posted tweets yesterday calling on unspecified group of democratic Congress woman to go back and help fix the countries that he said they originally came from before trying to make legislative changes in the USA I don't think you need to be fully need to figure out the end of the film is in regards to as to who he was referencing quote so many so interesting to see progressive democratic Congress woman who originally came from countries whose governments are in a complete and total catastrophe the worst most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world if they even have a functioning government at all now loudly and viciously telling the people of the United States the greatest and most powerful nation on earth our government is to be run so the president busy on Twitter over the weekend the former homeland security secretary his name is Jay Johnson he told CBS's face the nation he simply can't believe a president of the United States would say such an offensive statement I cannot believe a president of the United States would make a statement about foreign born members of Congress suggesting may they go back from where they came from Johnson says that Americans should be aware of what trump is doing Americans should not become known to this kind of of language and and offensive statements and we need to work with Congress and the executive branch in order to get anything done and as the former homeland security secretary Jay Johnson responding in reacting to the president's tweets now while the president never mentioned anybody by name in the tweets representative Alexandria or Castiel Cortez ill Han Omar are Jana Presley and Rasheeda to leave all presumed that trump's tweets were directed at them three of them were born in the United States by the way with Omar coming to the country as a refugee from Somalia more than twenty years ago and has been an American citizens since two thousand so president trump telling these congressmen of color go back where you came from and that is opened up a massive can of

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Population Of Orlando Showed Up On Border Over 2-Months

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Population Of Orlando Showed Up On Border Over 2-Months

"President Obama's former homeland security secretary Jay Johnson talking about illegal aliens. Now, keep in mind again, this is not Trump's former homeland security secretary, it's not George W Bush's former secretary, it is Barack Obama's former homeland security secretary Jay Johnson. Listen to what he tells us about illegal aliens coming across the border, but it I mean he's under fire for the time being. How's he doing the s? Well, you know, I owned that problem for three years, Kevin was deputy Commissioner of CB P at the time. Border patrol. Yes. In Kevin's good, man. And I have a lot of faith in him. He's right. That what we faced in two thousand fourteen is a fraction of what we're seeing today. What happened all spiral? Well, that's good question. It's an excellent question, we had one hundred thousand apprehensions or encounters in the month of March another hundred thousand in the month of April. So highest it's been in twelve years into think of it, this way, that is the equivalent of the population of the city of Orlando, Florida showing up on our southern border in the course of two months that creates a crisis, and first of all, emanating from Central America traveling through Mexico along the Mexican side of the southern border. Okay. So the population of Orlando, Florida showed up at the border cross the border in last two months, and that's good. Good. Then. I loved it. I'm saying Obama, just secretaries pointing out this is a crisis and this is a crisis that we didn't have to deal with. And you notice they didn't have him on MSNBC or CNN to say that he's got to say it on FOX because they're the only ones we're getting to the truth out there. MSNBC. I don't I don't know. They don't want anybody to know that there's a real problem at the border. And some of these immigrants are actually coming from Manella knee, at I'll, I don't know if you're aware of that. Wow. All over probably a lot of them from a non the Jews even further. Of course, Mexico and, and Honduras Guatemala quite a trick. Yeah. It's a heck of a trick, but they're poor. They are pouring across that border in record numbers now. Getting some people are saying it might be the, the, the highest number of unique coming across the border in American history. Because some of the high number. Totals that we reached in the past, where from people repeat repeat offenders, people who came across the border, were deported, and just came right back. Deported. Again, came right back deported. Again came back all within the same month. These are all new people coming across the border. So it's it might be the most of all time. Time to do something about it now. No, no, no little Molin. It's great that this is happening. And if you don't believe that why do you hate the way you do? What a terrible Zena phobic person you are. And probably homophobic, too, and you probably in Islam before you probably have stereotypes your bag of tricks. Of course. Course. Right. By the way. With all this border nonsense going on. There are so many problems there and one of them is human trafficking. A lot of times it is human traffickers show up to claim the kids once they're coming out of the detention center. The unclaimed kids, the kids who are unaccompanied, a lot of times, the human traffickers show up and they take them. And what are you going to do? We don't know if that's their parents. We don't know who's related to them.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Border. I'm Jay Johnson. Tens of thousands of fans have about cleared security for the Super Bowl kickoff in Atlanta. But his our Clayton Neville tells us you don't have to be a sports fan to appreciate the spectacle. Tim McGraw took the stage at a Super Bowl lying, then televised on CBS the country music star. Just one of several high profile entertainers on center stage tonight, Grammy award winner. Gladys. Knight will sing the national anthem pop rock band. Maroon five to headline the Super Bowl halftime show with hip. Hop stars big boy and Travis Scott alongside I think they're all gonna go together. Well, you know, you get like a little bit of rock get a little bit of hip, hop different fans have different favorites. Like this big boy follower. I live in Atlanta. The fact that he's here is going to be so great at Mercedes Benz stadium. Clayton of Atlanta, the Pentagon's announcing the deployment of thirty seven hundred additional troops to back up border patrols, President Trump. Meanwhile, says a second. In government shutdown is on the table. And so is declaring an emergency to make sure a wall is built we can have a strong border and the only way you have a strong border. Is you need a physical barrier. You need a wall and anybody that says you don't they're just playing games. The president also told CBS in his pre Super Bowl interview that military intervention in. Venezuela is still an option Virginia. Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine of joined the Democrats who want governor Ralph Northam to resign and WBZ P president Derrick Johnson says it's tough to explain apology for racist yearbook photo that became a denial. Maybe it wasn't him in black face. Maybe he had no input on the yearbook for four bed. Maybe he, you know, just inconsiderate, but he's had a lot of time to respond at this juncture, Texas. Authorities say a murder suspect to escape from prison. Transport van is extremely dangerous. They've been searching since he broke free when the van stopped at a McDonald's. You're.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Jay johnson. Tens of thousands of fans of about cleared security for the Super Bowl kickoff in Atlanta. But as our Clayton Neville tells us, you don't have to be a sports fan to appreciate the spectacle. Tim McGraw took the stage at a Super Bowl lying event televised on CBS the country music star. Just one of several high profile entertainers on center stage tonight, Grammy award winner. Gladys. Knight will sing the national anthem pop rock band. Maroon five to headline the Super Bowl halftime show with hip. Hop stars big boy and Travis Scott alongside I think they're all gonna go together. Well, you know, you get a little bit of rock get a little bit of hip, hop different fans have different favorites. Like this big boy follower. I live in Atlanta's the fact that he's here is just going to be so great at Mercedes Benz stadium. Clayton Neville, Atlanta. The Pentagon's announcing the deployment of thirty seven hundred additional troops to back up border patrols, President Trump. Meanwhile, says a second government shutdown is on the table. And so is declaring an emergency to make sure a wall is built we're gonna have a strong border and the. Only way you have strong border. Is you need a physical barrier. You need a wall and anybody that says you don't they're just playing games. President also told CBS in his pre Super Bowl interview that military intervention in. Venezuela is still an option Virginia. Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine of joined the Democrats who want governor Ralph Northam to resign and W P president Derrick Johnson says it's tough to explain an apology for a racist yearbook photo that became a denial. Maybe it wasn't him. It black face. Maybe he had no input on the for for bad. Maybe he, you know, just inconsiderate, but he's had a lot of time to respond at this juncture, Texas. Authorities say a murder suspect to.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Francisco, San Jose, Berkeley station. Thing of all to generalize has the mood changed here observation from J J L A as the mood changed in Washington. From one of this'll be over soon to it'll never end too. Why should have to say is a defeatist despair? Good evening to you Francis. Good evening, John. Thanks for having me on as always, I despair. Yes, defeatism. No. The one of the guests that I had on the program this evening. The woman named Terry girton who's a former believe Labor Department official. She works for one of the government. Good government groups now the National Academy of public administration, and she was on the program right after the shutdown started. And I did kind of a round Robin teasing over under with the guests on the panel that Sunday morning, and I asked them all when they thought the shutdown would end, and we all chose sometime early January. And she reminded me as she came on the set today, but she chose January ten and the other guest on this on that segment tonight was a gentleman named Bill who runs the senior executives association. They're an advocacy group for the senior executives that you. And I have talked about in the past about eight thousand of them across government. And he said we would have never imagined. This would have been the end of December. When the shutdown began that we would be here. Still on January twenty Fourth Way, past Terry selection of January tenth. But it's interesting is with what's gone on in the Senate today, and with some of the things that we've seen in social media and in the traditional media reports since then. I would detect just in the last five or six hours a shift and thought that if we moved that over under date to January thirty first maybe. That I think a lot of folks now in Washington would take the under an assumed that the shutdown. We'll be over mainly because nobody's winning lot of the pundits think that the president's losing in the shutdown battle a lot of people think that the Democrats particularly Nancy Pelosi, you're winning. Nobody's really winning. Because as you said, there are eight hundred thousand people that worked at the federal government that aren't working in aren't getting paid, but are going to get paid eventually half of those people are actually on the job. They're still not getting paid including forty two thousand military personnel. Coast guardsmen who are deployed and working and not getting paid and yet still doing their job. So. There's a sense. I guess what? I boil it down to is. Nobody's winning. Everybody's losing. And there is a sense that they're at least potentially as a light at the end of the tunnel. What what is it that is not happening? Can we describe in sentences? I understand that the cable television self-interested air putting up these side very tales about families struggling, and pointing to the traffic controllers or the TSA. But one about the business of state is that not happening and cannot be recovered. Are we looking at when and if government is engaged again, they will catch up with the backlog as they are paid. Well, I I will point to give you an example to answer the ladder of those questions John point to comments. The Jay Johnson made. He's the secretary of homeland security under President Obama the last one and he said at a hearing today of the house homeland security committee of the shutdown into tomorrow. I fear the damage already done to our security. Well, last months if not years now, Jay Johnson is a lot of things among them fairly accomplished secretary of homeland security. He's not an alarmist, and my sense is that when Jay Johnson says something to that effect. He's not inclined to want to give any comfort to people that would want to do harm to the United States by challenging our homeland security. So my is that the the kinds of things that are not getting done in some cases are things that the American people will never notice. But in some cases are things that are very difficult, for example, the small business administration, although it's open is not processing certain kinds of loans because they can't be funded. Another example that we're seeing with the department of agriculture. This is the time of year. The typically a lot of farmers would be going to the department of agriculture for guaranteed loans. To be able to start plowing and planting especially in the south and west where the weather's a little better than it is in the northeast those loans are not being made a well because they can't be funded because the Agriculture Department's closed we see the kind of the the traditional stereotypical. Maybe not the right word. But the the kind of hackneyed shutdown pictures of national parks close. Right. Right, right. I've seen. Those are good. But to your point about the business of the government. That's not happening. There's a fair amount. That's not happening. I mean, and you can find examples all throughout the government. There's another one that's problematic is the census because the Commerce Department's closed and the census is supposed to start within eleven months, and they were already about a year behind potentially especially with some of their information technology initiatives. And now, none of that work is going on at all. All right. Let me turn the story from the point of view of New York City. We don't feel it Francis. We down.

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Actress Cynthia Nixon, a Dem challenger for NY gov, calls ICE 'terrorist' group, wants it abolished

Armstrong and Getty

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Actress Cynthia Nixon, a Dem challenger for NY gov, calls ICE 'terrorist' group, wants it abolished

"The most irritating member of the cast and sex and the city which says a lot i mean you really have to work to be most irritating member of the cast and sex in the city but cynthia nixon is now running for governor of new york she will lose horribly to andrew cuomo of course but she says that her program is that she definitely definitely wants to abolish is right no boarders so when trump says the democrats don't borders and then the media says that's a lie cynthia nixon pretty much just set out loud what you're not supposed to say out loud there being separated throughout this country by nice yes i think we need to abolish ice that seems really clear they have strayed so far from the interests of the american people and the interest of humanity we need to we need to abolish okay and your solution to people crossing the border illegally would be what the answer is the solution we just let people cross the border illegally so in president from the democrats he is not wrong about this year is trump yesterday saying democrats are are by not deterring were crossing they're creating a child smuggling industry there is some truth to this people are suffering because of the democrats so we've created they've created and they've let it happen a massive child smuggling industry exactly what it's become okay i do like how president trump announces industry industry it's he he does he just to piss people off i think but he's exactly right here and he's also right when he says listen the media have been complaining about the inhumane treatment of children well what about the inhumane treatment of children under obama there was some attention paid to this in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen but it wasn't on the cover of time magazine obama frowning down at a crying child wrapped in aluminum foil blankets here is president trump going off on the media you look back at twenty fourteen during the obama administration they have pictures that was so bad they had a judge said it was in your main the way they were treating children take a look at some of the court rulings against the obama administration they talked about in main treatment i read a my looked at them they're all over the place in new main treatment they were treating them terribly he's totally right about this now the left has of course responded by saying that trump is uniquely evil individual cory booker is just the most if cynthia nixon was the most irritating member of the sex in the city cast cory booker is most irritating person in the united states in politics i mean cory booker and his virtue signaling he is just awful in every way you remember when he started shouting at who was shouting ad in his is it was kirsten nielsen makes perfect sense shouting at her and now he is now he is saying this is moral vandalism of our values i love how everything that cory booker says was written by aaron sorkin here's cory booker we just have to do this and stop doing this moral vandalism one or value that you see is going on it's just unacceptable and it's barely english but i guess the point is clear it's moral vandalism about then nancy pelosi a woman who is for aborting babies pretty much until you're actually dies and fulcrum and being like nancy pelosi is so pro abortion that you're seventy eight and you've been born for seventy eight years now she still thinks that there's a question whether your mom should be able to abort you now nancy pelosi she says this right here is outside the circle of human behavior it's outside the circle of human behavior dentures a in around go for it nancy the president in either not knowing not caring delusional and denial about his own policies being outside the circle of civilized human behavior he's a monster gender stand he's an absolute monster and then then then here's the here's the here's the hard part for democrats jay johnson you remember that guy is the department of homeland security secretary under the obama administration he sort of admitted that in two thousand fourteen they expanded family detention hoops when two thousand fourteen to deal with the spike then with the families we did a number of things including by the way working with the government of mexico and obtaining their cooperation on securing their southern border but we also expanded family detention which was i freely admit controversial oops oops sees it turns out that all of trump's evil matias.

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Lawsuit alleges Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders paid less than mascot

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Lawsuit alleges Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders paid less than mascot

"The founder of the guests clothing company of forcibly groping her at a lingerie shoot the company has announced marsha the that he is now leaving his post yes now announcing its cofounder paul marciano is stepping down as the company's executive chairman after sexual misconduct investigation into allegations of improper behavior the company announced tuesday in an sec filing that its investigation found that on certain occasions mr marciano exercise poor judgment in his communications with models and photographers and in placing himself in situations in which plausible allegations of improper conduct could and did arise abc's linsey davis a former dallas cowboys cheerleader is taking the team to court over low pay erica wilkins filed suit yesterday in federal court claiming that she averaged about fourteen thousand five hundred dollars a year that's below minimum wage with unpaid overtime on top of that the lawsuit claims it's a quarter of what the team mascot rowdy makes some likely with suits going to go anywhere because the cheerleaders sign a contract requiring disputes like this to be heard in arbitration senate democrats say including washington's patty murray are pushing back against the trump administration's lawsuit over the affordable care act the administration wants a federal court to remove protections for people with pre existing conditions mary will speak against that proposal just before one this afternoon on the senate floor migrant children separated from their asylumseeking parents may soon be housed at the tornado border facility in texas it's a practice at former homeland security secretary jay johnson tells msnbc today these not at all comfortable we think that there is room in the enforcement of our immigration laws for certain of humanity and american values this frankly is not who we are as a nation department of health and human services reportedly plans to keep kids at that site although so far none are being held there now they tornado tenth facility is a temporary holding centre with a capacity the house five hundred children it was set up two years ago by customs.

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Miami, Seatac and Nate discussed on News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Miami, Seatac and Nate discussed on News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

"Of data the facebook has on the average non facebook user congressman i do not off the top of my head but i can have our team get back to your afterwards so many questions not so many answers you really want to find out about privacy on facebook just look on the site they are collecting and sharing a lot for what it's worth cheri preston abc news uber announcing a new safety initiative today uber will begin running annual background checks on its drivers even in cities where they are not required uber's new chief executive also said the ride hailing company would add an emergency button to its app that will connect the user with nine one one and former homeland security secretary jay johnson will join uber's safety advisory board since two thousand nine when uber began operating there have been reports of driver misbehavior and lawsuits alleging sexual assault abc's aaron katersky tesla will start production soon of its new suv sources tell reuters the company run by elon musk is going to start making the model y suv at its plant in fremont california in november twenty nineteen model why a compact crossover companion to tesla's model three sedan the company is reportedly accepting bids for supplier contracts on the model y but as offered suppliers few details about the program and that report from mark mayfield the national hurricane center in miami says there are four storm names you'll never hear again good riddance harvey irma maria and nate have been officially retired as storm names the world meteorological organisation's region for hurricane committee took that action because of the extensive damage those storms caused in the us in the caribbean last year names aren't normally reused every six years but they are retired if a storm is so deadly or destructive that future use of the name would be insensitive lisa carter reporting one fifty four komo aaa traffic with kierra jordan we have a crash into coma northbound i five near pacific it's blocking the right and the left lane so backup is quickly starting to form in that area southbound i five at two hundred in seatac wave reports of a crash blocking the left lane i do see some action over on the show.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"They went back to the broadcast everyone so jay johnson was the the hsa turner president obama now usurp from two twenty thirteen to two thousand sixteen however in two thousand twelve president obama said twelve hundred national guard troops to our southern border for security but listen to jay johnson's response to president trump doing the same proposing the same thing for years later idea of putting military on the border is problematic for several reasons one when you talk about military in the border it conjures up an image of of soldiers in uniform standing there with bayonets on the rio grande we actually have a law against what we refer to as a posse comitatus where the us military cannot engage in domestic law enforcement for good reason that's been true since eighteen seventy eight and so if you deploy the guard to the border they can do no more than support so here's the thing jay johnson this federalizing troops when president obama did it didn't federalize troops when president bush did it then in federalize troops and when president trump's do we but not better rising through this is under the state control of the state national guard which is under the governor's control so even if his army national guard or air force national guard if under state control so it's a partnership in that sense there's no violation of the policy kamitatu statute and this idea that now all of a sudden it's no good but when president obama did in our president bush and it was great and there was no no problems it shows you what this is politicizing our national security and that is not a good thing and i think all of us those of us that do constitutional law no the distinctions here and if you do statutory interpretation you know the distinctions and jay johnson knows of distinctions to is just politicized it that's all this is yeah so they don't like this because it's president trump doing it they would have no problem if you know because president obama had done it as well on the border that's why the guards were utilized for border security would jay johnson been mocking it then and say well president obama you know you all you can do with these guys have support no of course not they would.

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Boko Haram returns Nigeria girls, warns not to put in school

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Boko Haram returns Nigeria girls, warns not to put in school

"Lack of urgency about russian attacks and election security lawmakers press kirsten nielsen and jay johnson the current and former homeland security secretaries nielsen acknowledged there's a problem with making sure election results are genuine or if there's no way to audit the election that is absolutely a national security concerns you must have a way to audit you can do it through paper ballots or you can do it through this voter verification but you must have a way to audit and verify the election results russian agents targeted election systems in twenty one states in two thousand sixteen there's no evidence any votes were actually altered only nineteen states have reached out for cybersecurity reviews in afghanistan and islam estate suicide bomber blew himself up near a shiite shrine in kabul today killing at least thirty three people sixty five others were wounded and emergency workers rushed them to a nearby hospital police say the attackers struck near crowds gathering to celebrate the persian new year an attack on damascus syria has claimed forty four lives state media reports rebels fired mortars into a busy market during tuesday evenings rush hour aftermath video showed glass and debris littering the street it was one of the deadliest attacks in the syrian capital since the civil war began meanwhile in northwest syria wore monitor say an air strike on a rebelheld province killed twenty one people sixteen of them children one hundred and four captive girls were freed in nigeria today by boko haram the islamist militants return them to doc g where a total of one hundred ten were kidnapped from a boarding school for weeks ago the girls were reunited with their parents and said they were freed because they are muslims several others did not return there were five of us that died those that died were not killed by boko haram they died because they were trampled upon it was stress and trauma that made them tired and weak the government denied paid ransom for the mass released by boko haram left a warning saying we did it out of pity and don't ever put your daughter's in school again in two thousand fourteen the militants kidnapped two hundred and seventy six girls from shoebox some one hundred of them have never returned back.

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Austin bomber: Identity of suspect revealed as Mark Anthony Conditt

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Austin bomber: Identity of suspect revealed as Mark Anthony Conditt

"A neighbor who watched the austin bombing suspect grow up says he always seemed like he was smart and polite jeff rebe said wednesday that he's lived next to the parents of mark anthony conduct for about seventeen years that they are good neighbors reeves said mark condit and his grandson played together in the middle school and the condit's still visits his parents regularly a few miles from the pflueger greville home where mark condit lived with roommates the current and former directors of the homeland security department defending themselves as senators press them on past lapses in state election security and how the country is defending those systems and the two thousand eighteen election's that are already underway kirsty nielsen president donald trump's secretary of homeland security testified alongside jay johnson secretary under former president obama on capitol hill today the president trump said he congratulated russian president putin on his election when the two leaders spoke on the phone yesterday the conversations raising questions because of what they didn't talk about abc's karen travers in snowy washington with me on the komo newsline care first of all just a fact that the president would call the congratulate putin is not sitting well with some including republican senator john mccain republican led by mccain or thing you don't make a congratulatory phone call like that now the white house will point out that president obama made a similar costs vladimir putin in two thousand twelve but the immediate pushback is this is a very different time a lot has happened since two thousand twelve a lot has happened just in the last year that would make a call like that problematic or concerning mccain said yesterday that an american president does not lead the free world by congratulating dictators on winning sham election gain added that he thinks that president trump insulted every russian citizen who he says was denied the right to vote in a free and fair election white house yesterday would not say if it believes the russian election was free and fair there sanders said that the us doesn't dictate how other countries off operate now the president said he looked forward to speaking further with putin about the arms race ukraine syria and more they did not talk about the.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Victim in this particular instance they used the clinton campaign that they tried to disparage her campaign chair next cycle it could be a republican but americans are the victims of of of what russia did not republicans not democrats all of us are victims so then why hasn't congress path any legislation to safeguard our election we have known about this russian meddling now for about eighteen nuts your icon congress ozer regulate state elections and jay johnson who have been critical of in the past tried to put the state's on notice in the fall of 2016 on it did get a lot of media coverage because there was a and access hollywood tape came out that same day so you're better able to speak from your line of work as to why what jay johnson are warned to solve in the fall in 2016 didn't get much media coverage but i don't think he want congress regulating the fifty states in their election saw sure you do have control for example over legislation that could require more disclosure from people on social media about who they are whose backing them when they are ads online for example and i had that conversation with a three media jiji you and i just got through to discussing the second amendment this is the first amendment i ask facebook i ask twitter i ask all of them how does a functioning democracy benefit from false information on i i can't imagine how we benefit from some one of perpetuating allies but but i got silence so that's the first amendment issue when you begin to regulate of information and you've i happen to believe in something called the truth i actually believe that certain things are true and not true but i couldn't even get the media giant's to agree to that so that's the first amendment issue i would tell all my fellow citizens be really skeptical of anything you read on social media and do your own independent research sounds like americans are all going to have to get a lot more sceptical about what they see on social media congressman trade goudy of south carolina thank you so much for joining us this morning just move thank you joining us now is delaware democrat course kunitz he sits on the senate judiciary and foreign relations committee's senator kunz thanks so much for being with us what's your biggest take away from these new indictments by robert muller.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Carrying him away to the hospital where officials say he told them quote i did it for the islamic state federal authorities say on the morning of the attack the suspect posted on facebook trump you failed to protect your nation and that they found a handwritten note in his passport oh america die in your rage authorities say 'allah intended to die while killing as many people as possible in that tunnel but before the attempted attack he was not on the nypd or fbi's radar tonight they say he had become radicalised online in 2014 reading isis propaganda in this brooklyn apartment building the pipe bomb over the past few weeks using the pipe a ninevolt battery and a wire from christmas lights follow us on the instructions that you could flowing readily online unfortunately a quarter of a million people go through port authority every day including former homeland security chief jay johnson events like this happen brooke were strong resilient go on and we are not afraid the bombing coming just six weeks after the isis inspired truck attack in lower manhattan and a year after the bombings in the chelsea neighborhood and yuban is with us from that reopened tunnel were that blast went off the resilience of new yorkers back of the subway tonight authorities geo say he did start researching how to build this pipe bomb a year ago that's right david and they say they started gathering the components for that bomb three weeks ago now he could face life in prison david juba need is on the case again tonight to end next here this evening to the tragedy on the way to school in iowa school bus catching fire taking the lies of the driver and a student and how did this happen tonight the ntsb is now investigating and here's abc's david curly in rural western iowa airwaves.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For coming on welcome to wnyc thanks for having me thanks for during this program can you tell us why there was tps for people from guinea liberia and sierra leone in the first place yes it was enacted by president obama in response to the devastating a ball epidemic um that cost thousands of lives and and really destroyed uh the infrastructure and economy um of of those three west african countries and so it was an act it uh in november of two thousand fourteen how many people from there has tps i so from from the three countries together it's it's it's between three and four thousand uh the last figures that i saw um there were some people who who were not renewed fritz ups but that somewhere between three and four thousand and so tps has now expired for all three or four thousand yes unfortunately the initial designation was for eighteen months and um and then we we kind of we've campaign vigorously last year uh on two different occasions to extend it we we managed to extend it by a total of of uh a year um but after two after a two and a half years it expired in may of this year um so that was a decision taken by jay johnson um and unfortunately we think it was the wrong decision um you know they were very conscious about uh um you know sort of backlash from conservatives and we really pushed them on the issues you know sorta why is it that you think that people these countries um could recover from such a devastating epidemic in so little time um when for even shorter about crises like like an earthquake or hurricane you know it's taken you know years decades to took return um and they're really weren't good answers at unfortunately bids just seems to have been part of the the the more um the less generous approach to humanitarian immigration relief that we've seen uh over the last two years and decades so you're saying that this decision was taken by the obama administration and is the trump administration with the central americans and potentially the haitians doing anything new and different or are they just getting a bad rap because their truck well i think that they have gone further than any previous administration in in kind of cancelling.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"With ksfo traffic by boat shirts read you win the media and the democrat party are destroyed today i am talking about how they feel you have no idea i don't care what you watch your what you read the view will not the peek inside one they really feel which is complete and utter defeat frustration devastation and they have no answers ratings rush limbaugh here great to have you telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two of the email address elrushbo eib net dot com all they've got is chasing about your russian ghosts their bag gathered again today with another congressional hearing and jay johnson another vaunted obama administration guy needs brought back up and he was being asked today about what they knew about russia's tampering in hacking the election i want you to hear this might away from texas one of our purposes this morning to reassure the american public with respect to the election and look at what we do in the future use senate you're prepared remarks jay johnson that your knowledge to your knowledge no vote tallying changes noone voted one way and it was recorded in some other way is that still your opinion that with respect to the six get election intrusions what ever they might have been by whoever thou vote was not affected based on everything i know that is correct i know of no evidence that through cyber intrusions votes were altered or suppressed in some way so what are we doing here they are continuing the chase ghosts they cannot win the elections i know many of you got tired of me the pointing out the fact that the democrats continue to lose elections because you said it doesn't matter still winning that's because the media is not on the ballot the media is running left wing now not the democrats that the democrats not being able to win elections means the media has no way of implementing or exercising electoral power the democrats electoral power is never been this low since the 1920s a new york times headlined democrats see if after georgia quote our brand is worse than trump a prominent democrat consultant they are just devastated today i cannot describe at joe you you're going to have to take my word for it just like i asked you to take my word for it back on june the ninth the.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Idea the degree to win the media and the democrat party are destroyed i'm talking about how they feel you have no idea i don't care what you want your what you read the view will not be allowed a peek inside what they really fee which is complete and utter defeat frustration devastation and they have no answers readings rush limbaugh here great to have you telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two of the email address elrushbo eib net dot com all they've got is chasing about your russian ghosts they're back gathered again today with another congressional hearing and jay johnson another vaunted obama administration guidance wrought backed up and he was being asked today about what they knew about russia's tampering in hacking with the election i just want you to hear this might con awaiting checks is one of our purposes this morning to reassure the american public with respect to the election and look at what we do in the future use senate you're prepared remarks jay johnson that your knowledge to your knowledge no vote tallying changes noone voted one way and it was recorded in some other way is that still your opinion that with respect to the sixteen election intrusions what ever they might have been by whoever thou vote was is not affected based on everything i know that is correct i know of no evidence that through cyber intrusions votes were altered or suppressed in some way so what are we doing here they are continuing the chase ghosts they cannot win elections i know many of you got tired of me pointing out the fact that the democrats continue to lose elections because you said the russia doesn't matter still winning that's because the media is not on the ballot the media is running the leftwing now not the democrats but the democrats not being able to win elections means the media has no way of implementing or exercising electoral power the democrats electoral power is never been this low since the 1920s a new york times headlined democrats see the after georgia quote our brand is.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Feel you have no idea i don't care what you why why did you did you read the view will not the allowed a peek inside what they really feel which is complete and utter defeat frustration devastation and they have no answers ratings rush limbaugh here great to have you telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two of the email address elrushbo eib net dot com all they've got is chasing a budget russian ghosts their back gathered again today with another congressional hearing and jay johnson another vaunted obama administration guy brought back up and he was being asked today about what they knew about russia's tampering in hacking with the election i just want you to hear this might come away from texas one of our purposes this morning to reassure the american public with respect to the election and look at what we do in the future use senate you're prepared remarks jay johnson that your knowledge to your knowledge no vote tallying changes noone voted one way and it was recorded some other way is that still your opinion that with respect to the sixteen election the intrusions what ever they might have been by whoever thou vote was does not affected based on everything i know that is correct no no evidence that through cyber intrusions votes were altered or suppressed in some way so what are we doing here they are continuing the chase ghosts they cannot win the elections i know many of you got tired of me the pointing out the fact that the democrats continue to lose elections because you said that russia doesn't matter ditched joe winning that's because the media is not on the ballot the media is running the leftwing now not the democrats but the democrats not being able to win the legends means the media has no way of implementing or exercising electoral power the democrats electoral power is never been this low since the 1920s a new york times headlined democrats see the after georgia quote our brand is worse than trump a prominent democrat consultant they are just devastated today i cannot describe.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on WJR 760

"The issue here is that the russians tried to interfere in our election and what we've been fed month after month after month is hillary clinton's campaign line which that it was trump who was encouraging the russians they knew fear that it was trump with whom the russians were colluding now we find out that loretta lynch tried to interfere may have effectively interfered with the investigation of hillary clinton during the course of the presidential campaign now we find out yesterday from jay johnson that the obama administration covered up the fact of russia's interference in our election for months only releasing the information and some form closer to the election closer to the general election and now we find from debit debbie wasserman schultz the former chair of the dnc and a member of congress what the time was the chaired the dnc that nobody called her nobody contacted her not from the fbi not from the department of homeland security nobody in the obama administration call them now we had the air lectures from mark warner and others asking mr sessions aren't you concerned about what took place in russia with our election you don't seem to have any interest mr sessions was has senator at the time of course now we'll the senate intelligence committee be holding a new hearing and bring mr jay johnson in front of along with debbie wasserman schultz so we can really get to the bottom of russia's interference in our election involving the very people who were there rather than speculating about the people who work there they want to get to the bottom of it they would i have loretta lynch has a witness jay johnson is a witness debbie wasserman schultz as a witness and then dragnet susan rice in their honour unmasking and have her as a witness.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The issue here is that the russians tried to interfere in our election and what we've been fed month after month after month is hillary clinton's campaign line which that it was trump who was encouraging the russians they knew fear that it was trump with whom the russians were colluding now we find out that loretta lynch tried to interfere may have effectively interfered with the investigation of hillary clinton during the course of the presidential campaign now we find out yesterday from jay johnson that the obama administration covered up the fact of russia's interference in our election for months only releasing the information in some foreign closer to the election closer to the general election and now we find from debit debbie wasserman schultz the former chair of the dnc and a member of congress what the time wives the chaired the dnc that nobody called her nobody contacted her not from the fbi not from the department of homeland security nobody thirty in the obama administration call them now we are the here electric's remark water and others sk mr sessions aren't you concerned about what took place in russia with our election you don't seem to have any interest mr sessions what's a senator at the time of course now will the senate intelligence committee be holding a new hearing and bring mr jay johnson in front of it along with debbie wasserman schultz so we can really get to the bottom of russia's interference in our election involving the very people who were there rather than its speculating about the people who work there they want to get to the bottom of it they would i have loretta lynch has a witness jay johnson as a witness debbie wasserman schultz as a witness and then dragnet susan rice in their honour unmasking and have her as a witness there is eur four witnesses right there right there i wish.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"They've got is chasing about your russian ghosts their back gathered again today with another congressional hearing and jay johnson another vaunted obama administration guidance wrought backed up and he was being asked today about what they knew about russians tampering in hacking with the election i just want you to hear this might away from texas one of our purposes this morning to reassure the american public with respect to the election and look at what we do in the future use standing you're prepared remarks jay johnson that your knowledge to your knowledge no vote tallying changes noone voted one way and it was recorded some other way is that still your opinion that with respect to the sixteen election the intrusions what ever they might have been by whoever thou vote was not affected based on everything i know that is correct i know of no evidence that through cyber intrusions votes were altered or suppressed in some way so what are we doing here they are continuing the chase ghosts they cannot win elections i know many of you got tired of me the pointing out the fact that the democrats continue to lose elections because you said that russia doesn't matter ditched joe winning that's because the media is not on the ballot the media is running the left wing now not the democrats but the democrats not being able to win elections means the media has no way of implementing or exercising electoral power the democrats electoral power is never been this low since a 1926 a new york times headlined democrats see the after georgia quote our brand is worse.

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"jay johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jay johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Call me regardless of recommendations there was a lot of reporting this week about the scope of the investigation by special counsel robert muller where does that prove seemed to stand at this point well you know i think it's a little different than what you've seen under james comey because robert muller is not exactly the kind of person who likes to have a high profile he's a low profile guy to likely won't hear much from him or the fbi on this as the investigation moves forward rosenstein testified last week that he has seen no cause for dismissing muller at this point and he would not dismiss him if someone pressured him read the president but rosenstein is also facing facing pressure from the white house to crack down on those leaks the white house is really annoyed with all of the leaks that have been coming out of the intelligence community and that might plane rosenstein is kinda odd statement thursday night about not believing anonymous leaks which came after that washington post report napa leaving anonymous leaks particularly when they do not identify the country which had a lot of people scratching their heads at dominica heading into next week our looking for more congressional hearings there's heavy focus on the security of voting systems and how to prevent and russian hacking in the future what might we learned there well there's a couple hearings next week tuesday there's one before the senate judiciary committee about lessons from history and how to carry out what's called concurrent investigations in other words how congressional investigation would not interfere with the justice department investigation and vice versa wednesday those going to be a pretty big day former for head of homeland security for obama president obama jay johnson it's going to testify before the house intelligence committee at the same time the senate intelligence committee is going to be interviewing dhs and fbi officials and outside experts it's also possible that acting fbi director andrew mccabe is going to make an appearance before the budget committee let's talk about his budget we know that's gonna probably talk about russia to okay and peers domenica montonero following all this for us thanks so much them and apart thank.

james comey domenica montonero andrew mccabe the house obama justice department senate judiciary dominica napa washington post robert muller special counsel russia director senate intelligence committee obama jay johnson white house president rosenstein fbi