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US declares public health emergency over monkeypox outbreak

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

US declares public health emergency over monkeypox outbreak

"The U.S. has declared a public health emergency to bolster the federal response to the outbreak of monkeypox The Biden administration has faced criticism over monkeypox vaccine availability clinics and major cities such as San Francisco and New York say they haven't received enough of the two shot vaccine to meet demand White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says We have made more than 1.1 million doses available and shipped more than 600,000 doses monkeypox has already infected more than 6600 Americans We also have ordered 5.5 million additional doses which are helping us get more doses out sooner knowing that more are on the way Symptoms include fever body aches chills fatigue and pimple like bumps on the body I'm Lisa dwyer

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Karine Jean-Pierre Celebrates the Slight Drop in Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 5 d ago

Karine Jean-Pierre Celebrates the Slight Drop in Gas Prices

"We went out of here talking about the recession, the state of the economy. Do you know now 61, according to the experts, 61% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. 61%. Talk about fiddling while Rome burns. Yesterday, Jean Pierre bragging karine Jean Pierre bragging about how Joe Biden is now rescuing the economy. Now, you got to hear this. This is astounding. Gas prices are coming down a little bit. Not a lot. A little bit. Check this out. An update on where we are currently with gas prices. We have now been falling for almost 7 straight weeks. As of this morning, gas prices have dropped 81 cents per gallon since their peak and June, as you'll see from the chart to my left here. That means American families who, with two cars, are saving $80 a month, a drivers can now find gas for three 9 $9 or less around half of all gas stations across the country and average gasoline prices have come below 3.99 in 19 states. Plumes war is still putting pressure on global oil supply, but President Biden is taking historic action to mitigate its impacts it's the same shell game they did with the job they're doing with the jobs numbers. You shut the country down and millions and millions of people don't work and when they rejoin the workforce because the country is finally opened again, you take credit for the job growth.

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Blinken, Russian top diplomat speak about Griner, Whelan

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Blinken, Russian top diplomat speak about Griner, Whelan

"The U.S. and Russia have held their highest level known contacts since before Moscow's Ukraine invasion I spoke with Russian foreign minister Lavrov Secretary of State Antony Blinken says their call centered on efforts to free detained Americans Brittany griner and Paul Whelan I pressed the Kremlin to accept the substantial proposal that we put forth Blinken would not say if he made progress And Russia is not giving any hints either The public push allows the Biden administration to show it's all in on efforts to free the Americans but it also risks undermining its own message of isolating Russia over the invasion The White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says it doesn't I don't see how they are legitimized at all And the entire focus is on getting the Americans home Sagar Meghani Washington

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Karine Jean-Pierre Remains in Denial That We're Not in a Recession

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | Last week

Karine Jean-Pierre Remains in Denial That We're Not in a Recession

"Peter doocy from Fox, of course. Has made it very clear. He's not letting up. So here's the latest example of a little dust up, a little discussion that takes place between doocy and Joe Biden's minister of propaganda, Korean John Pierre. This is a cut number 7, please. So as you talk about plans on the other side, it was this president's plans that contributed to inflation, right? No, it was not. This president's plan if we talk about the American rescue plan, but the president turned the economy back on. There were businesses that were closed. Schools that were closed. It is not the president that has created inflation. There are also outside factors that has led us to where we are today. If things are going so great though, then why is it The White House officials are trying to redefine recession? No, we're not redefining recession. If we all understand the recession to be two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth in a row. And then you have White House officials come up here to say, no, no, no, that's not what a recession is. It's something else. How is that not redefining recession? Because that's not the definition. That is not the definition. My piece said, in 2008, of course, economists have a technical definition, which is of a recession, which is two consecutive quarters of negative growth. I can tell you this. Two consecutive two negative quarters of GDP growth is not the technical definition of a recession. It is not. It is not. Why did he say that? It is not. I can speak to, I can speak to you to what he said yesterday in front of all of you, which is the last thing that you just repeated. There are many factors. There are many factors economic factors and indicators to consider. And I will say that the textbook definition of recession is not, is not too negative quarters of GDP. We have a strong labor market. We have business that's investing.

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White House Can't Tell You What a Women OR a Recession Is

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last week

White House Can't Tell You What a Women OR a Recession Is

"Believe that the masters of the universe, if you will, put that in air quotes. They are cheering for an economic reset. Very similar to the great reset. White House Jean Pierre cut 45 declines to define what a recession is. Let me just be very clear. They can't tell you what a woman is, they can't tell you what a recession is, what can they tell you, exactly? Play cut 45. And what is exactly The White House's definition of a recession. Again, we don't we don't I'm not going to define it from here. I'm just going to leave it to the NBER as we have stated of how they define recession. They have declared it one. I'm just saying that we're just not going to define it. We use the indicators that the NBER, the national bureau of economic research, have used. We've mentioned that a few times. I find this to be so funny. All the bureaucracies lean on one another. So if you went to the NBR, they'd say, oh, no, no, you have to go back to The White House for a definition. You know what that's like? That's like trying to get a passport. Every single government agency you go to tells you have to go to the other government agency. Social security administration says you have to go to the post office. They say you have to go somewhere else. Can I just go to one place to get all this done? No, you need this paper, stand by this person to go to this place. It's a never ending circus of bureaucratic referrals.

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Biden Advisors, Other Democrats in Complete Denial of a Recession

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

Biden Advisors, Other Democrats in Complete Denial of a Recession

"This is so hysterical from Arabian. I got to play this for you. This is a whole bunch of the usual suspects Powell and yelling and deese and Jean Pierre. This is a Montage from graben of Biden advisers, prominent Democrats, the treasury secretary and others. Check this out. All signs are that this is a strong economy and the probability of a recession within the next year is not particularly elevated. It's a strong economy. And nothing about it suggests that it's that it's close to or vulnerable to a recession. I don't expect a recession. No one is predicting every session now. We are not expecting that we are already in the recession. In fact, the guts and the bones of this economy remain strong. These are not the marks of an economy in recession. Right now, we don't see a recession right now. That is not we're not in a recession right now. This is not an economy that's in recession. Not only is a recession not inevitable, but I think that a lot of people are underestimating those strengths and the resilience of the American economy. We have a strong labor market, which you don't normally see in a recession. A recession is broad based weakness in the economy. We're not seeing that now. In your view is a recession in the United States inevitable. No. Typically economists data recession as being at least two quarters of negative growth and other and other factors, which we have not seen at all. The idea that two quarters of negative GDP growth is a technical definition of a recession is wrong. A common definition of recession is too negative quarters of GDP growth. Two quarters of negative growth in a row, that's a recession. Right, and certainly the in terms of the technical definition, it's not a recession, the technical definition considers a much broader spectrum of data points. What is exactly The White House is definition of a recession. Again, we don't we don't I'm not going to define it from here.

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Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Define 'Recession'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:25 min | Last week

Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Define 'Recession'

"Here's Kareem John Pierre She doesn't want to get she does not want to put a hard definition on whatever session is Why Because she's afraid Joe Biden is so bad that they might reach their new definition next Check this out And what is exactly The White House's definition of a recession Again we don't we don't I'm not going to define it from here I'm just going to leave it to the NBR as we have stated of how they define recession They have declared one I'm just saying that we're just not going to define it We use the indicators that the NBR the national bureau of economic research has used We've mentioned that a few times They've been given their marching orders folks They've been given their marching orders to media We don't know whatever session is they know Well what is it I don't know You're going to read the fire We're not going to we're just going to leave it open ended I've seen this trick a thousand times with the left The reason she doesn't want to say let's say she comes out and says well we're going to redefine it It's not too consecutive quarters of a shrinking economy negative growth We're going to define it as three Well what's the problem Then she's on the record If God forbid the next quarter is negative two which is very well could be as confirming that's their new definition of recession You see the left's love affair with subjectivity They never ever want to put a perimeter around the definition of specific things because then they can't change it later to attack you

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"jean pierre" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last week

"jean pierre" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Look at the economy. They're battling over what a recession is. They're sitting there arguing about whether we're going to be in a recession when these disastrous numbers come out this week, the fed's going to raise interest rates again. As the interest rates raise, get increased, fewer and fewer people can buy a house. That's how they think they can curb inflation is the slow people down from spending money. That's the essential formula. Listen is CNN's Caitlin Collins and White House press secretary Karen Jean Pierre yesterday in The White House press briefing. And what is exactly The White House's definition of a recession? Again, we don't we don't I'm not going to define it from here. I'm just going to leave it to the NBR as we have stated of how they define recession. Until they have declared a one. I'm just saying that we're just not going to define it. We use the indicators that the NBER, the national bureau of economic research, have used. We've mentioned that a few times. But going to your question about how sometimes it's late. Look, I think what we're not even, I think, what the point that we're trying to make here is that we have a strong labor market, which you don't normally see in a recession. That is very uncommon to see that. When you see an average of 400,000 jobs created per month, when you see an unemployment at 3.6, which is historical, that does not, that does not define a recession. And so that's what we point you to, that's what we're looking at is how the economy is currently in this moment.

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Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Define the Word 'Recession'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last week

Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Define the Word 'Recession'

"Look at the economy. They're battling over what a recession is. They're sitting there arguing about whether we're going to be in a recession when these disastrous numbers come out this week, the fed's going to raise interest rates again. As the interest rates raise, get increased, fewer and fewer people can buy a house. That's how they think they can curb inflation is the slow people down from spending money. That's the essential formula. Listen is CNN's Caitlin Collins and White House press secretary Karen Jean Pierre yesterday in The White House press briefing. And what is exactly The White House's definition of a recession? Again, we don't we don't I'm not going to define it from here. I'm just going to leave it to the NBR as we have stated of how they define recession. Until they have declared a one. I'm just saying that we're just not going to define it. We use the indicators that the NBER, the national bureau of economic research, have used. We've mentioned that a few times. But going to your question about how sometimes it's late. Look, I think what we're not even, I think, what the point that we're trying to make here is that we have a strong labor market, which you don't normally see in a recession. That is very uncommon to see that. When you see an average of 400,000 jobs created per month, when you see an unemployment at 3.6, which is historical, that does not, that does not define a recession. And so that's what we point you to, that's what we're looking at is how the economy is currently in this moment.

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Biden says Trump lacked 'courage to act' during Jan. 6 riot

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Biden says Trump lacked 'courage to act' during Jan. 6 riot

"Donald Trump returns to Washington today for the first time since leaving office It is getting an earful from his successor about the capitol riot Donald Trump like the courage to act President Biden says as law enforcement officers were assaulted at the capitol Speared sprayed stomped on Brutalized Trump sat in The White House watching on TV While he was doing that brave law enforcement officer subject to the medieval hell It's the clearest link he's made between Trump and the insurrection since the house panel investigation started It comes as Trump returns here to address the America first agenda summit a speech Biden spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says she is not even tracking I don't know what he's coming to talk about Sagar Meghani Washington

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Doctor: Biden's COVID symptoms 'almost completely resolved'

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Doctor: Biden's COVID symptoms 'almost completely resolved'

"His doctor says President Biden's COVID symptoms are almost completely resolved Kevin O'Connor says the president notes only residual nasal congestion and minimal hoarseness in a letter to press secretary karine Jean Pierre O'Connor writes the president's pulse blood pressure and temperature remain absolutely normal and his lungs are clear with no shortness of breath He says the president's finished his fourth full day on an anti viral and it will stay in isolation per CDC recommendations four days after testing positive

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"jean pierre" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 2 weeks ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Told me he caught some of it. Press secretary karine Jean Pierre says he supports the House committee and believes the riot on January 6th of last year was a dark day in U.S. history A new wildfire is burning near Yosemite National Park, a spokesperson for mariposa county in California says the oak fire went from bad to worse Friday night spreading to over 1700 acres. That's the latest I'm Brad's secret. Now this Bloomberg sports update. After being swept by the Astros in a double header, the Yankees were in Baltimore on Friday evening and Aaron judge had his 8th multi home run game of the season tying the most ever in a season by a Yankee in the 8 7 to 6 win in Baltimore. Judge it two diggers and now has 36 on the season. Tomorrow night in Baltimore to be Gary Cole on the hill being opposed by Baltimore's Jordan lyles. The bombers have 65 wins, the most in the majors and are atop the AL east. The NL east leading mets have 58 wins, but failed to pick up their 59th victory of the season, opening a series with the Padres in flushing on Friday night, in which the mets were back in action after the all star break. Max Scherzer passed church Schilling and bob Gibson and his 15th on the Major League Baseball all time strikeout list, but the metropolitans fell four to one in Queens to the Padres. On Saturday evening, it'll be Chris Bassett and Blake Snell on the hill for New York and San Diego respectively. Coming off a victory over the New York Red Bulls, New York City FC is back in action on Saturday evening, hosting into Miami CF in The Bronx. Also back in action on Sunday evening, will be the Red Bulls taking on Austin FC on the road. The liberties losing streak is at 5 games, New York entertains Chicago at Barclays center on Saturday afternoon. And Scott piercy heads into the weekend to top the leaderboard of the 3M open at TPC twin cities in Blaine, Minnesota, at 13 on the par, three shots ahead of emiliano grillo after shooting a 64 on Friday. Here's how PRC feels heading into the weekend with the lead. Obviously it feels great. I mean, it's been a little bit since I've played like I feel like I should play. You know, kind of prove it to myself again to I know it's in there. It's just like, okay, how do we get it out of me, you know? And so, you know, there's a lot of business to take care of this weekend. With a Bloomberg sports update, I'm Bill horrendous. You're listening to masters in business with Barry riddles

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"jean pierre" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Symptoms from COVID. Press secretary karine Jean Pierre was asked about whether Biden has officials in the room with him during those virtual meetings, she noted this situation is something Biden's team was prepared for. A jury has found Steve Bannon guilty of contempt of Congress. He spoke outside the courthouse on Friday. I only have one disappointment. And that is the gutless members of that show trial committee. The J 6 committee didn't have the guts to come down here and testify and open for. The former Trump adviser was hit with the charges after not complying with the subpoena from the January 6th committee. Kate McKinnon is revealing why she left Saturday Night Live after a decade long run on the show in an interview with live with Kelly and Ryan McKinnon said her body was exhausted and explained she felt like it was time. McKinnon joined the long running sketch comedy show in 2012. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Charlie pellet. At Bloomberg world headquarters. The S&P 500 Index was down for the first time in four days, stocks fell as disappointing results from social media firms and weak economic data added to recession fears. Emily Roland is co chief investment officer at gage investments. She says there are still lots of reasons to be cautious. There's a lot of markets that are pricing in a recession, but we still have unemployment at 3.6%. We still have consumer spending pretty elevated here. We have to experience the recession before we can call for a more durable bottom. So we would be careful here about leaning into this rally. Emily Roland of JH investments, lots of big tech earnings next week, as well as a fed meeting, Jeffrey lacquer is a former president of the Federal Reserve bank of Richmond, now a professor at Virginia Commonwealth university. I think chairman Powell has been right in recent months since March to emphasize that maximum employment is going to be out of reach until we get inflation down. And we need to put concerns about the labor market and what it's doing a little bit to the side and focus on getting inflation down. Former Richmond fed president Jeffrey lacquer. Economist survey by Bloomberg see the fed slowing rate hikes after a 75 basis point move next week, followed by a half point hike in September. Matt hornbach is global head of macro strategy at Morgan Stanley. The fed has a dual mandate, but it has been very clear that it's main focus right now is inflation. So looking at the CPI report from last week should tell investors quite a lot about what you expect next week. Morgan Stanley's Matt hornback S&P down 37 today down 9 tenths of 1%, the Dow down 137 down four tenths NASDAQ was down 1.9%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie palette. This is Bloomberg

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Karine Jean-Pierre: It Doesn't Matter When Biden Contracted COVID From

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Karine Jean-Pierre: It Doesn't Matter When Biden Contracted COVID From

"But Korean Jean Pierre said something ridiculous again just she's just not good at this folks I'm sorry this is just not for her It's not Someone asked her a question where he got it And she came up and gave a ridiculous response If you don't know the answer is what I don't know We don't know We're looking into it now the medical staff is looking into it We don't know It's okay to not know What's the answer She goes it doesn't matter No it does matter Because it mattered when Trump got COVID super spreader event White House law and Supreme Court Trump's gonna kill someone Remember all that It mattered then it does matter It's not all about Biden Yes he's the president Yes it's important He doesn't suffer any God forbid a negative outcomes from this But there were other people on the trip it'd be nice to know where he got him Again she always seems to buy instinct default to the wrong answer She's just not good at this She's just not good at this

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"jean pierre" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says the president has very mild symptoms and has started taking packs lovin with antiviral designed to reduce the virus's severity. She says he will isolate at The White House and keep fully carrying out all his duties. The 79 year old president is fully vaccinated and double boosted. His positive test this morning came after a negative result Tuesday in between he visited Massachusetts, and was overseas last week. Sagar Meghani, Washington. The house is debating a bill to include the use of contraceptives into law. Washington Republican Kathy McMorris Rogers is in opposition. Every woman's potential journey to motherhood is different. And I support their access to contraception. However, this legislation has a lot of problems. Democrats just introduced it on Friday, and debated it for the first time on Monday in the rules committee. And since then, they've had to introduce multiple amendments to address their own failures to draft good policy. I know AP norc poll shows a majority of Americans say Congress should pass a law guaranteeing access to legal abortion nationwide and over half say they feel at least somewhat sad or angry about the Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe versus wade. Tonight, the House committee investigating the capitol riot aims to make a case that Donald Trump's lies about a stolen election fueled the grizzly January 6th attack on the capitol. The panel will delve into the 187 minutes in which it says Trump did nothing to stop the violence, but instead gleefully watched on television. Stocks are making tentative moves lower on Wall Street, following news about the economy, interest rates, and corporate profits. This is AP news. The pop culture extravaganza in San Diego Comic-Con International is back. The pandemic forced Comic-Con to go virtual. Fully costumed David Werner says it's nice to

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Biden tests positive for COVID-19, has 'mild symptoms'

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden tests positive for COVID-19, has 'mild symptoms'

"The White House says President Biden has tested positive for a COVID-19 Spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says the president has very mild symptoms and has started taking packs lovit and antiviral designed to reduce the virus severity She says he will isolate at The White House and keep fully carrying out all his duties The 79 year old president is fully vaccinated and double boosted is positive test this morning came after a negative result Tuesday in between he visited Massachusetts and was overseas last week Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden to announce climate actions at ex-coal plant in Mass.

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden to announce climate actions at ex-coal plant in Mass.

"Days after a democratic senator scuttled talks on a new environmental package President Biden said to announce his own climate change steps today The president will visit a former coal fired power plant in Massachusetts that shifting to offshore wind manufacturing It's the type of transition to clean energy the president's been seeking but found trouble making reality amid congressional opposition He has been taking decisive action But spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says the next step will not include something activist and democratic lawmakers want I would not plan a announcement this week on national climate emergency Though she says it's still on the table such a declaration would let the president redirect federal resources to boost renewable energy programs

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Biden holds off — for now — on climate emergency declaration

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden holds off — for now — on climate emergency declaration

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting President Biden is holding off on a climate emergency declaration President Joe Biden travels to Massachusetts today to promote his efforts to combat climate change but The White House hopes for those anticipating a climate emergency declaration Everything is on the table is just not going to be this week on that decision At Tuesday's White House briefing spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre said the prospect of issuing a climate emergency in the future is still on the table Pressure on Biden to take action intensified after senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia pulled out of negotiations on climate legislation last week Additionally the focus on climate has heightened amid a searing heat wave that's blasting Europe Mike Gracia Washington

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Partisan lines form over Dem drug price curbs, economic plan

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Partisan lines form over Dem drug price curbs, economic plan

"President Biden wants Congress to finish an economic package within weeks and the partisan lines are drawn on Capitol Hill It's a far smaller plan than the president wanted after fellow Democrat Joe Manchin nixed including climate change legislation The focus now is on limiting prescription drug prices and extending healthcare subsidies Issues Democrats hope will help them keep congressional control in November We're on the cusp of a big win here White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre is urging the Senate to move fast but GOP leader Mitch McConnell says the Democrats drug pricing proposal would hurt drug makers and patients They want to put socialist price controls between American innovators and new cures for debilitating diseases Democrats hope to pass the bill over likely unanimous GOP opposition in coming weeks Sagar Meghani Washington

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Karine Jean-Pierre: 'We're Not Going to Pay Attention to the Polls'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Karine Jean-Pierre: 'We're Not Going to Pay Attention to the Polls'

"I don't know that they ever cared what the American people think. But yesterday, corinne Jean Pierre. The White House press secretary was asked by a reporter about this disastrous polling. If you listen closely to her answer, you can understand how they're willing to confirm they don't give a rat's rear end what the American people think. You mentioned some of the accomplishments of the administration, but that same poll that came out said that 63% of Democrats leave the country is headed in the wrong direction. How do we explain that? Well, we understand what the American people are feeling. We understand that. We understand that inflation is hurting families. We are going to, you know, as we're talking about inflation, our plan right now is to do that transition from that the growth that we've seen in the economy to a more stable and steady growth and we've seen that in the numbers last week with the jobs numbers and we're going to continue to focus on that, give the Federal Reserve. It's opportunity at space to deal with inflation. They have the best monetary policy to do that. But again, this is what the president is going to be focused on. We're not going to pay attention to polls. It's not what we're going to do here. What we're going to focus on is delivering for the American people. We're not going to pay attention to the polls here. I'm glad she admitted it. I'm glad she's willing to confirm what we all suspect. That they don't care about what the American people are thinking or feeling. Or going through what Americans are experiencing. Of course, they don't care.

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Russian media: Griner pleads guilty in Russia drugs trial

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Russian media: Griner pleads guilty in Russia drugs trial

"Russian news agencies say WNBA star Brittany griner has pleaded guilty in her drugs trial Grinder's been held more than four months after vape canisters with cannabis oil were allegedly found in her bags at a Moscow airport The reports say grinder pleaded guilty to drug possession and smuggling charges and that she told the cord through an interpreter she acted unintentionally while packing quickly The reported plea comes a day after White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre said President Biden called grinder's wife to pledge every effort possible to free the basketball star This has been top of mind for the president Though the U.S. may have little leverage with Moscow given animosity over the Ukraine invasion griner faces up to ten years in prison if convicted Sagar Meghani Washington

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Karine Jean-Pierre: Putin & Pandemic Are Reasons for High Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | Last month

Karine Jean-Pierre: Putin & Pandemic Are Reasons for High Gas Prices

"If you dispute what I'm saying about the Biden administration, claiming that Putin is responsible for gas prices and inflation, I give you The White House press secretary who speaks with one voice for the president of the United States just the other day, here is the official White House position on Putin, Ukraine, and our economy. Dealing with what the Americans are facing at the pump, which is high prices due to inflation due to the part of it is the pandemic, part of it is Putin's war on Ukraine and the Putin's tax hike. Pandemic, Putin, the mosquitos, the winter solstice. I mean, they're doing everything to try to convince you that their disastrous policies aren't directly responsible for wrecking the economy.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"And 2024. Darren, thank you for the call. I love that. We don't have to agree on everything, and it don't mean we hate each other. I hope that everybody listening can observe that. Everybody knows where I stand on certain things. But man, I don't hate any single. I don't hate anybody. I hate some people's actions, but I don't hate it. I don't hate people. As individuals. And I love it that we can disagree on maybe one thing, or maybe we see things a little different on one point, but 99.999% of the things that we believe that can make this country move forward, we are in tandem on and we can stay and show to the shoulder and opinion we can stay and show the show to say, look, we're in this fight together. We may be thinking about something different. We may not agree, but they ain't got nothing to do with the fight that we're trying to fight. And my opinion, 'cause I think that your sexuality and the question of that has something to do with a person and God. They ain't got nothing to do with me. I didn't write the book. I ain't here to tell you what you should do, what you shouldn't do. I'm here to love you. And if we are headed in the same direction, let's hear it in the same direction. I'm gonna leave the rest of the stuff up to God. I got so many people calling in. I don't know if I'm gonna be able to get everybody. However, if you want to call in, you have something that you want to add to the show 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three. I almost took a call but I said there ain't nobody on the planet that's probably quick enough to give me 30 seconds. So I'm gonna finish with this. Carl Jackson. Don't forget Carl Jackson has his podcast. He's still up. He's still rolling. Salem podcast network. I'm a half call Jackson on my show. So we all a team. We love each other. And we're going to continue to fight together and move this needle forward. Listen to the officer Tatum.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

07:37 min | 2 months ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"After in any legislation. Spinning your wheels going nowhere and you're supposed to make 6 figures as a salary. And when the pandemic hit, everybody lose their job, except you. And then y'all giving yourself raises. But Elon Musk is not supposed to make a lot of money and be wealthy and be successful. Give me a dog on a break. Only people that's mad at wish people have broke people. Only people that's mad at rich people are evil people. You're either evil or you broke, that's why you mad at people that got a lot of money. Now I will say that some people that got money that are Devils. But by and large, you have to do something to get that money. Outside of drug dealing. But if you have a legitimate job, you have to do something to get that money. Ladies and gentlemen, you're listening to the officer Tatum show, I'm your host, Brandon Tatum. Make sure you hold the phone. I'll be back after the break. Brandon Tatum, the left ain't seen nothing yet. Oh man, y'all gonna make me go to church. I want a revolution. Y'all, welcome back to the outside of the show. I'm your host Brandon Tatum. Oh man, I love Kurt Franklin's music. I don't know about Kurt Franken now his kid was caught him on the camera cussing him because his kid out and all kind of stuff. But stomp and some of his old music was really good. Anyway, I got two callers that I want to bring in. David from San Antonio, thanks for waiting, David. Welcome to the Oslo Tatum show. Yes, sir. Sum up in 30 seconds as a younger marine when I was promoted to Corporal I was told you could delegate authority but now responsibility. The problem is not the Democrats or Republicans but the American people eat the stand together are common ground to demand accountability from senator Rand Paul, demanded accountability for how 40 billion to do trades being spent used hammered by many defended by few. I have found that acting in haste leads to bad decisions and actions. That's one of the best quotes that I've heard of best statements that I've heard. David, I mean, you write on point, accountability is one of the measures in which people should be held to in order to be successful. If you can not hold yourself accountable or people do not hold you accountable, what do we have? We have no country. We have no morals. We have no leadership. We have no guidance. Without accountability and integrity, I believe that the world falls apart that you want to follow up with something else, David. No, no. I just wanted to say, not standing together to demand any kind of ability. That's why we're being divided into what they say when the cat scan, the mice will play, and we got those two legged ruts running amok all over the capital. God bless America and God bless everybody. Thank you, David. Thanks for the call. I really appreciate that. Ladies and gentlemen, the central theme of this is we got to stand together. We got to fight together. We are together. In my business meetings that I have for my company, all the people that work with me. I don't like to say people work for me. They work with me. At our Monday team meeting, I give them 5 pillars, and I'm not going to give you all the pillars today. They may cost you, now I'm just playing. I'll give you one of our pillars, though. And one of them, one of them. I guess the first one, I'll do two, because the first one is very important. The first one is how faith thank God. And the second one is having tegrity. You need to have integrity. You know, I don't know how many times I have to say this. I don't know how many times we have to observe this. You have to have integrity to move forward as a legitimate person in society. I got another caller I want to bring in. If you want to call in, call 844-900-7243. I'll say a slow because I used to hate when people say it too fast on the radio. I wasn't that quick. 844-900-7243 call in. I have a caller from detail Dallas Texas, Gloria, welcome to the office of Tatum show. Hello officer Caleb. You know, I'll just thinking. Who is committing all the crime around here and all over the United States? Are these little bad teenage boys? White black Spanish, all of them. Most of them need to be round up and throw right in the jail and stay there for a long time. That's what part of Dallas if you don't mind. Where do you live at that? These were the door and all of them grow where they knocking people in the head every day. Pleasant grove. You know, I grew up before. And I know it's rough out there in Dallas, but I think you have an incredible point. These young folks, if you look at any statistical data, most people that are committed murders to commit thefts and crimes are young people. And they need them. These kids are like they should. Did I say they broke in my house? Several times. They get caught. I call the police. I never heard anything else about it. But they came out and took sag a print and stuff like that. And one guy told me when the police terms that when they care to my all the time, but if you're let them out in a way, but I don't think they ought to be let out. 'cause all they doing is going around committing crime everywhere all over Dallas, doing everything you have won a name, they need to be told in not all of them. But some of these are little boys I'd be throwing in there and just throw away the key. 'cause they know good. Gloria, thank you so much for the call. And I agree with you a 1000%. Ow. We love Gloria Gloria, remind me of my auntie. They need to throw them in there. Someone needs to throw away the king. They thought they parents in there right after them. Because they out there cutting up. If you want to call in, call in at 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three don't be afraid to call in, even if you disagree with me, I almost would rather you call in if you disagree with me because I would love for us to get to a common ground in the conclusion because I feel very confident about the things that I say, I want to get another person in. Darren, welcome to the oscillator show. And great to hear you on the radio, I have a huge fan of Larry elder, love Carl Jackson, and I think you're doing an incredible job. I'm gay. I'm conservative. And I know we probably won't agree a 100% on that issue, but other than that, every word that comes out of your mouth, I agree, it's a 100% and I was telling your screener that it is really amazing to me that supposedly the party of inclusion and diversity and accepting are the most vile human beings when it comes to I had an easier time coming out gauge than I did coming out as a conservative Republican through the gay community. The leftist gave are some of the most vile, vicious human beings I've ever met in my life. And Brandon struck started the hashtag walk away, which was a huge help for the Republican Party, really. And there are many before Trump was elected, I think I had 15 conservative gaze on my Facebook page. I now have almost 1500. And I think that Trump has done a great service to the Republican Party because as you say, no more just laying down and take stuff. We've got to fight and fight as hard as we can. And God be with us, then it works out well for us in 2022.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

08:11 min | 2 months ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Absolutely free to you. Go on and use the discount code Tatum. I love you guys. Stay tuned. You listen to the outside of the show. We're gonna take them to your host, catch me up for breaking. Brandon Tatum, the lefty scene nothing yet. This is Brenda Tatum, your host on the outside show. Ladies and gentlemen, they said that we are the reason the conservatives Republicans are the reason primary reason why these lunatics go out and they shoot up places. They are completely foolish and liars. If you ever noticed the people who say negative things about you are normally projecting, either insecurities, either the things that they're trying to do behind the scenes, we know that the Democrats do that all the time. The racist people cry racism towards you. The people who are fascists try to claim create organizations to say that they're fighting fascism. They're lying. They fight fascism with fascism. They fight racism with racism. And the rhetoric that they claim that we spew, they are the ones spewing it. If you don't believe me, I have proof, rode the clip. You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about. What I like to debate this gentleman. And I said, no, I said if we were in high school, I'd take you behind the gym and beat the hell out of him. You had to be ready to take a punch. And you gotta be ready to throw a punch. And you push back on them. And you tell them they're not welcome. Everyone should take note of that on both levels. This isn't they're not going to let up, and they should not. I want to tell you more. I want to tell you, Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind. And you will pay the price. Get up in the face of some Congress people. Does you any good running away from Donald Trump? I think you need to go back and punch him in the face. How dare you say the things he does. Of course I want to punch him in the face. Right. Yes. Yes. I have thought an awful lot about blowing up The White House. When was the last time an actor assassinated a president? But Michelle says that, you know, when they go low, we go up. No. They go low, we kick. Music to my ears. All of these line crazy lunatic Democrats are out here spewing hate all day long, and then they want to claim that it's our fault. I mean, I could find even more clips with Don Lehman saying that white people are the enemy of the world. I mean, pretty much the enemy of the United States of America, and I'm paraphrasing, not exactly what he said, but he alluded to the fact that white people were the enemy. You could go down a list of people activists supporting Black Lives Matter, all kind of other organizations, that they spew hatred on a day to today basis. White people are not welcome. White people, you know, all these different things that you hear them say. And then they claim that we are the ones perpetuating hate. I want to bring in a collar tie from scent Antonio, welcome to the officer Tatum show on air. Brandon Tatum. It's great to talk to you, man. Congratulations on your show. Yes, sir. Congratulations on your show. I listened to Larry for years, spoke to him dozens of times. I'm going to try to keep in touch with you. I think it's fantastic that your voice is here. I started following you whenever you started your voice, you started coming on Fox News in different things and you're exactly what we need in this fight that we're up against the Liberal Party is evil. These are not people that are misled or misguided with their intentions or whatever. These are evil. This is evil. And what I wanted to get your opinion on is that I'm hearing a lot about after the buffalo shooting, why aren't people speaking up when they hear individuals saying something that to them could be viewed as terroristic or whatever the case is because they talk about how it could have been stopped if people would have been alerted to the fact and what this guy was talking about and saying. And I got to tell you where the intentions may be good with that. I think that that is a domino once that tipped over and people are calling the cops on their friends and relatives and turning them in for this and that I just think that that is the point of no return for our country. If you took everything in a vacuum, for example, when I'm watching at night millions of people, thousands per day crossing over our southern border, that's no more than a hundred miles away from me and my two children. If you took everything that I said in a moment of frustration and put that in the vacuum, you could probably call the cops on me too. But I just think that I wanted to get your opinion on that Brandon. How do you feel about people turning their friends in and things like that? In an effort to prevent these kind of shootings? Well, I think you had an incredible take. I think it is a slippery slope, you know, because I can see baby mama calling in on baby daddy if they get into a dispute with the children. And reporting him. And I think that's why people have such an issue with the red flag laws and different things like that. I think it's a slippery slope being listen. You can't report every single person that say something that you don't like. But then there's a difference between somebody saying something you don't like being ignorant in a person threatening to murder multiple people and as a parent you know when you look at his eyes that he's crazy. You're listening to the outside of the show. I'm bringing the table your host, hold the phone. Brandon Tatum, unafraid to tell it like it is. Ladies and gentlemen, yours truly in my pillow are offering a buy one get one extravaganza on multiple my pillow products. Now's the time to join millions of Americans who have changed the quality of their sleep with my pillow. Right now, buy one get one free pricing on my pillow bed sheets, Giza elegance my pillows, 6 piece towel sets enrolling go anywhere in my pillows. Just go to the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com and use promo code Tatum or call 809 7 6 8 three 7 9 don't miss this incredible opportunity to buy one get one free on select items. You will also receive Mike's book, absolutely free with any purchase. Call one 808 5 8 zero two 6 three our go to the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com, use promo code Tatum. Is the officer Tatum show. Welcome back ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen and ladies who listen to the brand of Tatum show your host Brandon. Take them very proud of that name. I know my father's probably listening to our very proud of many Tatum there's power. And legacy in the name. So I appreciate my father for making the decision to give life, my mama too. Love you, mama. Now let's talk about these knuckleheads again. I want to play a clip from Joe Biden. If we have the available, I want to play a cliff and Joe Biden, and so you can hear the foolery that comes out of his mouth. When he's cognitive enough to make to actually complete a sentence. But the foolery in the division that comes out of his mouth. I want y'all to hear. Don't listen to me. Listen to him. Wrote a clip. Jill and I bring you this message from deep and our nation's soul. In America, evil will not win, I promise you. Hate will not prevail. And white supremacy will not have the last word. For the evil did come to buffalo. Has come to all too many places. Manifest in gunmen who, massacred innocent people, in the name of hateful and perverse ideology,.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"It doesn't send a message and popular people respect him. You're talking about bring him bringing along also the religious community, the black religious community, and so that was an important move when he did that. Because now it's kind of amazing that enforce your ears, no democratic candidate could have been anti gay marriage. Yeah, yeah, now you can't. Now it would be out of step, you know, very, very out of step. And to be fair to vice President Biden, he was the one that first, I don't know if you remember in 2012, he came out first and supported marriage equality and then Obama did. That's pretty unique for them to have split like that. And Biden is an older Irish Catholic man and he was there. So in 2012, when Barack Obama announced that his position changed or evolved, he cited conversations with Friends, family, coworkers, staff, did you feel like a personal victory? I would assume so, 'cause when I left, like I said, I was out. There was no secret. And when I left The White House to go work in the administration, you do this Oval Office kind of goodbye with the president. You take a picture with the president and your family. And I brought my girlfriend at the time. And he knew I was going to go to move to Chicago to work on the reelection. So he was very respective of it. Very very respective, very supportive. Of our relationships. Everyone who was there, that had a same sex partner. And I think he was always ready. I don't think he was, I don't think he wasn't. I think it's the being out publicly was the step that he took. But he was always in support of us. You're saying with a political calculation. I mean, that's, you know, that's politics, right? That's kind of the name of the game. But, you know, I think he was hoping to move, help move the country with where he was. You know, it's like you kind of have to get the country there or people feeling where get them to educate them and get them to that point. And then he came out publicly. That's fascinating. Now, what the girlfriend you mentioned? Yeah, yeah, yeah. I don't want to move past that because you wrote that you got to work at The White House around 7 a.m.. You didn't leave before 9 p.m. and that if your boss would email you at 2 a.m. you expect a response ASAP. Yeah. That just sounds horrible to me. It's tough. I was tough, surprised you were able to maintain a relationship. Not very well. That's why she's an ex-girlfriend. That's why she's an ex her friend. For many reasons, but that's one of the particular. Yeah, it's hard you work 12 hour days or more, 6, 7 days a week, and there is a task at hand. It is helping to run the country, helping to push the platform of the president and do the people's business. I mean, that is what it calls for, you know? Now you're a mom..

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"jean pierre" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

05:06 min | 2 months ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"It's really, I'm so glad you brought that up because I think about that sometimes because I'm like, I'm out. It's not hard to know that I'm out. I talk about my daughter. I talk about my partner in interviews. And it's out there. But I don't lead with that. It's part of my multiple identities. I have multiple identities. And so it's a very interesting kind of way to be in the space. And it's actually kind of funny when people are like, I didn't know you were gay. And I'm like, how do you not know I'm gay? I've been out for a long time. They're like, wow. And so it's funny, but I am aware of it. I am conscious of it. I want to respect all of, like I said, all of the communities that I represent. And were you to bring it up every episode, I would say like, oh my God, she brings it up every day. It was like, what's wrong? What if you don't bring up ever once and even like she didn't even bring it up? Yeah, it's like, yeah, and it's a way I don't know how majority of people feel about it. But I want to lead with my experience and kind of my smarts, right? There's a reason I'm at this table and everything else just compliments me, you know? That's a great point. Yeah. You know, we've mentioned The White House couple of times. Can you just explain for everybody what your role was? Yeah, so that was one of the most amazing opportunities. I will never forget working in The White House for the first black president, you know? I miss those days. Yeah, you know, working in The White House, you felt the responsibility. You felt the weight of the country on your shoulders, the weight of the world. And you wanted to be good at your job and not screw it up because you knew at least for me, I knew that I was a everything that I was doing. I was representing president Barack Obama. If I went out and talked to people in different states or picked up the phone, I was representing Barack Obama. That experience was really wonderful. I worked in The White House office of political affairs. I was the northeast political director and basically what that meant is I managed a politics and about, I think, 11 to 12 states. In the northeast, I had to have my finger on the pulse of what was going on and what people were saying. How people were feeling about the presidency. And if he did specific political events, I have traveled with him and the vice president, sometimes the First Lady, and also any time we have to talk to a governor or a mayor or a political figure in the state, I was the one managing that relationship. And if he were to go into New York or Massachusetts or Pennsylvania, which was one of the states, I was in the room, I was with him. I was doing briefings, and I was briefing him, writing memos. It was just amazing job, amazing, amazing. I was there the first two years, which was I would argue the most hectic years, it was just an amazing experience. So similar to my question about talking about being gay on TV. How open or not were you working in The White House? Oh wow, I was pretty open by then, so we're talking about 2009. Yeah, I was pretty open. I was not. I was out. I even did, it gets better, but The White House gets better video. I was one of the people who produced it. And I was also told my story on tape on video..

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"jean pierre" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"Okay, so this is something that I still haven't fully processed. As of today, right now, careen Jean Pierre is the new White House press secretary. That means that a black lesbian is now a face and voice of the United States government. It's completely wild to think about, especially considering the fact that when karine was working as a staff member the Obama White House, she couldn't even legally marry her partner. So on the podcast today, I want to celebrate this bit of good news. Something that we in the community are desperately in need of and to celebrate I wanted to share this conversation that I had with Kareem when her memoir came out that memoir is called moving forward and the message of the book is that all of us. No matter what you might think of as a typical background or story for a politician, all of us have a place in politics. If karine Jean Pierre, a queer woman of color who immigrated to the U.S. as a kid could make it in politics, she says, then so can you. Who knows? You might even just be the next White House press secretary. When we spoke Kareem was appearing on NBC and MSNBC as a political analyst, so you'll hear us talk about that, as well as what she learned working for a rather wide array of politicians, including John Edwards, Anthony Weiner, and of course president Barack Obama. So from the advocate magazine in partnership with Glaad, I'm Jeffrey masters and this is LGBTQ and a. Thank you for having me. Of course. I'm excited. Thank you. Yay. Let's jump in. All right, write that your story is not the typical political story. You're an immigrant, you're a woman, you're a one of color you're gay. And that is not what we typically see in politics. Yeah. And yet, I think it's easy to assume that that's changing with high profile examples like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Elon Omar. And yet those are very much outliers, right? That's not the norm. It isn't the norm. And like you were saying, I walk in so many different communities, if you will, like I present so many different communities. And that was one of the parts of writing this book. I wanted to, I think people get really afraid when they hear politics and getting into politics or getting involved. And so that's one part of it. And I think the other part of it is that people always ask me, even young people, they ask me all the time, I teach at Columbia University, so I have young people taking my class yearly and they.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"Is so much being said right now about the incoming administrations communication seem to also celebrate. Especially on this podcast. Is that two of the seven names that been announced so far are queer. Airspeed towbar and corinne jean pierre. We're going to have to queer women of color in the white house and leadership positions acting as the face and voice of our government. It's wild that think about and for that reason. I wanted to bring you this interview. That i did with corinne that originally aired on a luminary app. We spoke almost exactly a year ago. When corinn's book moving forward was first published. The message of book is that all of us no matter what you might think of as a typical background or story for politician. All of us have a police in politics. If corinne jean-pierre a queer woman of color who immigrated to the us as a kid can make it in politics. She says so can you. When we spoke corinne was also appearing as a political analyst on nbc and msnbc. So you'll hear talk about that. As well as what she learned working for a wide wide wide array of politicians including john edwards anthony weiner and of course resident barack obama from the advocate magazine and partnership glad. I'm jeffrey masters. And this is lgbtq. And here's shop. Thank you for having me. Of course excited thank you. Let's jump in right that your story is not the typical political story. You're immigrant you're a woman or one of color you're a and that is not what we typically see in politics. Yeah and yet. I think it's easy to soon. That's changing with high profile examples. Like alexandria ocasio cortez omar and yet. Those are very much outliers right. Yes nor it is the norm and and like you were saying. I walk in so many different communities if you will like i present so many different communities and that was one of the parts of writing this book i wanted to. I think people get really afraid when a here politics and getting into politics or getting involved and so that's one part of it and they think the other part of it is that people always ask me even young people. They ask me all the time. I teach at columbia university. So i have young people taking my class yearly. And they say how did you get here. How did you get into the white house. Like how did you work in politics and get a different presidentials. So the purpose of the book is also to show. There's not one path and also as a person of color gay person a woman an immigrant. I wanted to show people who are all. Those things are one of those things like. Hey you know she did it. I can do it too. So i lay that out in a very detailed way. You know as an immigrant. I grew up being told. Oh you're going to be one of those three professions doctor lawyer or engineer. And that's i think anybody who's listening in. I grew up in an immigrant. Family could understand that and that didn't work out. I talk about that in the book. And then i talk about. I didn't get into politics until my mid twenties. And so but you're right. there's representation matters and there's not a lot of representation. Even now there are like aol see as you just mentioned others kind of outliers. It's still a very small percentage of women of color of people from different identities that are more diverse that's in the political arena. So the hope is that can encourage inspire people to not be afraid of the word politics <hes>. And to just get involved because the way you make change is if you get involved you're yourself and you know watching tv even though you don't mention being gay every time it is a part. It is no secret nearly no. I've been out for a long long time. Yeah and i think that's something that is easy to see about you. Bring that up because i. I think there's a tension between you bring. Being gay does not need to come up in every conversations right. Yeah and yet. I think it so powerful to know that there is escape on tv. Like i also want you to for. He never really. I'm so glad you brought that up. Because i think about that sometimes because i'm like i'm out. It's not hard to know that. I'm that i'm out. I talk about my daughter. I talk about my partner in interviews. And it's out there but i don't lead with that you know it's like it's part of my multiple identities. I have multiple identities at so. It's a very interesting kind of way to be in the space and it's actually kind of funny when people are like. I didn't know you were gay. And i'm like how do you not know i'm gay. I've been out for a long time the like. Wow and so it's just. It's funny. But i am aware of it. I am conscious of it. I want to respect all of said all of the communities i represent in. Were you to bring it up every episode out. Say like oh my god. She brings every time he was like. What's wrong receiver. Don't bring up at like one like she didn't bring yeah. It's like you. Yeah yeah it's over. I don't know how people like majority of people feel about it. But i i just want to lead with my experience and kind of my smart. There's a reason at this table and everything else just complements me.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"You to do this and and like they it just felt like they knew they could depend on me and I can do what they need to do, and thus I don't mind necessarily learned any concepts of I think if anybody stood out more to me. BEING INCO's proximity to Christian Bale like John Brennan Matt Damon Onset are very funny. They keep a mood light. You know they just make the energy real good and Christian Bale very serious. You know he's there to do his role He's in that character and don't see a lot of I think his personality really whatever he's doing he's a phenomenal actor so I can't discredit him for that but watching him definitely made me think about acting a little more and how maybe to. Get deeper into roles. You know kind of how to switch your mindset when you're doing something get deeper into it because see him that stood out to me I guess really with all the stuff that you do I'm imagining discipline is such an important part of what you do. It seems we've you're acting or you're being an impressionist or a rapper you're putting your whole heart into it definitely got that drive. Yeah. That's a really good way to describe it. It's really rely really do. Put myself in everything I do I actually researched the history of it whether it's rap comedy acting whatever like I really delve into the things that I'm passionate about like I don't just like I like to do this and that's it actually like to. Big History Buff. So I actually go away back in history find out the early beginnings of acting or comedy rap and kind of learn the foundations of accepting. It gives you a lot more ground to walk on when you understand where it started. You know where it's at and where it may go on the future because that's really important in any industry is to figure out what it is and where it's GonNa go back that's really refreshing to hear gear because I think that's what happens with a lot of people. They don't understand where it's been and you really have to understand where it's been to know where it's going to go. Exit past you WanNa, go right on that the proper trajectory. Definitely very true. Now, you also have a PhD in paranormal psychology parapsychology. Yeah. So what fascinated you with that? So I gotta start at the beginning I was about two years old I stayed at my grandmother's house which I had done often. So it wasn't anything peculiar woken up at the early morning hours and my grandfather passed away when I. was three months old. He appeared to me in our sleeping in his former room worry passed away in a as a small child. Obviously scared me. You know I freaked out I was crying but at the same time, I was curious. So I watched like his spirit or whatever I saw disappear through the dining room wall, my grandma's house and I ran to my grandma's room told her what happened and then you know she tried to play down blade sort of my mom they wanna go just you know your imagination you had a bad dream whatever and I started seeing stuff after that. But you know I'd say quiet figured if my family doesn't believe who else is going, believe me. So I kind of just get more of an introvert talking about that kind of stuff and maybe WANNA say ten eight. Years later. They actually sat me down and said look, we've all experienced this kind of stuff we were very young. We didn't want to scare you but you know we've seen this kind of stuff too. So at that point, it really opened me up to well K. I didn't really experience this other people have experienced this so I just got really curious I started buying books on ghosts and the paranormal Anastasio. The funniest story tell everyone about this is actually my mom went to see the movie ghostbusters when she was pregnant with ready to like I was born like a few days later a week later something. So my joke is from the room I already wanted to be a ghostbuster in love rate packaging juniors. You know saw the movie probably dancing in the womb to it, and that is one of my favorite movies all time I have a tattoo wrangles Mr Shirt right now. Peter Bang talk about how you know. Ecology and parapsychology in any that line he said of the we always stuck with me and I said, you know what they want to get that degree it exists and you know obviously I was young. So there wasn't a lot of opportunity for me to study that until I got out of high school to go to college originally, USC actually offered a program in parapsychology. But by the time I graduated it just didn't have any funding so they didn't offer anymore I found the school in the east coast of call progressive universal. Life Church and they offered a program psychology. So I studied my under graduate studies here was a lot more. In psychology. So I studied a lot of psychology before I got to the metaphysics stuff and parapsychology, which is dealing more with extrasensory perception. You know things you kinda surly perceive and how the human mind is misunderstood and it works in a lot of weird ways for different people to and yeah and two, thousand, nine finally earned my PhD psychology does that rape proud moment for me actually even lectured at Chapman University out here in California for about six years in missiles Johnny Department on the paranormal. Yeah. Quite a bit with that I run a nonprofit on investigate ghosts your photos all kinds of crazy stuff goes busters was the start of. What was the most interesting thing that you've had to investigate so far not may sound a little strange, but we were called in a few different cases where the clients told us that it was ghosts and we assumed based on what they told us. You know it wouldn't be anything else. Okay. We'll look at this but when we got there, it's not that the stories changed but it became clear that what they were dealing with was not go site whatever was happening into their like security deposit boxes and private information that only would have access to. So we ended up encountering things that seem more like mind control like government experiments and it was really strange because we just weren't used to. That and the way the clients presented the information we're like, okay just haunting and all of a sudden it turned into will wise is happening to these people. As we now goes, it goes with your social security number doesn't make sense. So the strangest luckily because we have such open mind with things that are unknown and repair normal that we were open enough to talk to these clients and ask the pertinent questions that got us understanding that they have family in the military that dealt with secret high level projects like you're starting to connect dots that made sense why this this would happen to them. So those were the strangest just because it was out of our norm, we still approached it. Professionally and try to help these people. So piecing this together at I'm guessing there's very little that scares you in this world is. I'd say some pretty fearless man I think, I have to be again our go back to more than negative side of my history, which is at our severely abused my grandmother growing up and like because of that I think that's what made me so focused and be on top of everything so much 'cause if I didn't there was punishment if I was on top of everything, the way I should be and there are some positive from that because I'm able to accomplish things in my life because I have that focused and that to get things done. But yeah, definitely there's really not, a lot that scares me, and now especially you know it was just the end of last year I can terms with this abuse, cut my abusers off I've been now actually fearless before it seemed like it and I think I had like a survivors level facade of fearlessness but the way I'm living life. Now I think really displays what fearless is and that's really going after what you want regardless of what the world tells. You people tell you in any doubts for nay-sayers like that's the me now the new definition of fearless and how you're also producing web series on YouTube. We actually were not producing it anymore I need to update side a little bit on that one section, but I was producing a series for two years we are we were tied. So when it comes to the paranormal stuff, we've been approached by major companies do TV shows multiple times. We've turned stuff down and we've had stuff randomly disappear because unfortunately reality TV spoiler alert is not reality a lot of it is made up a lot of it is created they even script stuff is this is stuff and big companies have meetings with us about to me. I'm very passionate about paranormal I don't take it as a joke even though I. May Love Ghostbusters, these deals, we got our potential meals we got for major companies we turned down. So finally when I was fed up with the industry and what they were trying to make us turn into is you know what? Let's.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"All kind of came into play and where it started. When I was looking at your website MCP dot com reading the email that you sent me about all the things that you do I was curious. Did you ever do your character impressions in your raps? That's a great question actually and funny enough. Yeah. I was talking to somebody other day. How because I knew so many different things they cross over into each other. So I worked at Disneyland for ten years in different departments and the wasn't a mess experience working for that company just to be honest. And I did a whole rap album about Disney just for fun I, put it out for free. It's on the website you can listen to it. one of the tracks I rap like Mickey Mouse over. Dr Dre. And and that ended up being really just it's funny because I wrote it with a serious mindset really trying to it was another form of abuse to work for that company 'cause it's the you're not really you're not cultivated enrolling in the way you want a lot of the time They Kinda WanNa mold you the way they want. So I didn't have the best time. So I'm channel that anger in the humor creativity and created that song called out the Moxie freestyle. So instead of Mickey Mouse I call it. machi mouse. I rap and then I translated that song to a closer for my stand up comedy that a whole Disney routine and I would shut down like the Improv and the comedy clubs out here county La just wrapping like Mickey Mouse because nobody really expected it. If I could present Disney way, it'd be like rapid like Mickey. Mouse over gangster. Be You know what? Let me show you what that's like DJ spend that right? Yeah. That's what I start wrapping that boys and. Eight. Slated the clubs like it's funny. How that to me even though I did make it humorous. It was very serious what I wrote it put it together but it ended up being one of the funniest bits I have in my comedy routines and so let me throw something at you and this kind of came off the top of my head. Goofy. Kinda but I don't have a Dow path. So I actually recently did a friend's podcast who he's creating his PODCAST A. With a group the Aqua Bat so I kinda did like a goofy my own goofy version. Well Yeah. Kind of. warsh. GOOFY DO SNOOP DOGG rap, right? Yeah. Exactly. that. Turn out well. Lorsch. At me part of Mickey. Mouse that was very good though thank you appreciate that I. Yeah. What my to do I don't know why it's a lot of fun what I do Christopher Walken great guy now know sit here you talk screening you see itself moving as crazy. As. One of my favorites I, love phone without. All right could missed it. Walk in any could you explain the pandemic going on around here? So there's like a virus going around is getting people saying droplets when you sneeze and cough and boom all of a sudden you die is crazy. And everything so much clearer for me I preached. You are now in for versus Ferrari that's correct. Yeah. I mean a little bit about that how you ended up with the part yes. It was it was kind of really weird So I wasn't doing a lot of acting for about five years little more music comedy as well. As around the and also producing a lot of music creating content. Online, and Funny enough. The moment I decided I was quitting my day job which was a Disneyland two days. Later I get a call I can't we found in La casting very. Italian You have value name you know once you for this period piece. Okay. Sounds great and they kept calling back and do you not about cars and I'll see you my. I work on my own car I've done some major work you speak Italian I speak Italian rate. So this car mean asking more questions so I went in for my fitting it was cool. The movies based on one thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty S. so we went in for our fittings we have like old school, Ferrari jumpsuits they really tried to make it period accurate so. It was a cool experience. Shame. Usually a facial hair we had to look like run the nineteen sixties. So you know shaved clean Gimme a haircut all that kind of stuff. Got My sag boundaries off just the first few days of filming ended up shooting for two months on that. But so we went in and we were kind of like featured extras. And then I ended up getting bumped up and I did a seem with John Burnt all the first shooting he was going through the Ferrari Factory Nataly, I was building one of the engines I was the last guy on the assembly line finishing up the engine John. Bell comes up and you know says that see more on Italian and we will interaction So that was really awesome a great feeling since not doing acting for a little bit I came in and I you know I got to do a scene with John Byrne Paul who was amazingly nice after just person in general rate actor in this great person. Directed by James Mangold the director himself. So it was funny to go for doing acting while to this huge movie. We all felt it were onset advocate energy on that set. You just felt like this was going to be something big. I don't know. I don't know how to describe it exactly but it was a really cool feeling we had onset. So I shot for about two weeks. We did the factory stuff and then there was about a two week break and they called me back like, Hey, you WanNa do another month and a half a shooting where have you be the Ferrari pit crew? For the race for the Mazar and sounds great. It was great for me because I describe my job. Didn't that work for two weeks and all of a sudden. I. You know I get a month and a half of work on a movie So it's really exciting you know went on set again again James Mangold. Directors all the PA's crew like everybody knew who I was because I had done some big scenes that was great. I was getting called upon all the time. There's only five of US onset that's actually spoke Italian. So we literally were nicknamed Ferrari boys and they would call us whenever you know Ferrari stuff had to be done like variety is all right. We're GONNA fill up the cars you know when they come into pit stop or whatever. You know even did some other stuff with Matt Damon and Christian Bale as well. It was a really great experience for me going to give me a lot of confidence as an actor because I asked to do a lot on that set and the. Just amazing. You know, and then the have everyone after the movie came out, hit me up and say this you pay round i. saw you in the movie people didn't even know it was in it and you're still recognizing even clean-shaven and you know done up though I was in the movie it was a it was a really great experience for me. I got my sack about off amid definitely boosted my resume exacting goes on a lot more work after that to kind of a quick breakdown of what that experience was like two months for Ferrari it was there was a break time that movie very unique because there's only so many racing. I it's probably easy to call attention to something that grabbed especially when you've got a good story, you've got a good cast behind people are GonNa be interested in things like that, and you know racing is going to be acting in that movie when you're doing that anything that you felt made you more confident actor not necessarily I've always been. Described by lots of people from acting coaches to different people I've worked with as a character actor. So whatever I'm role I'm put in I I kind of just become that role as a person like in it I'm doing that thing. So I'm I'm very professional when I'm on set and you know I know how to take direction well and do what needs to be done. So I think it was just that and I I think that. Confidence. As an actor I have in my character was noticed and that's why they called upon me so much like it was weird like how everyone know my name jump here okay. Want.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"Right around the corner and so that's why I feel hopeful. I don't think we're going to probably will not impeach and remove the president but I do think it may there may be some bipartisanship down the down the line and I think they have to do their constitutional duties meaning Democrats in the House. They have to continue moves. Forward keep it a fair process keep it transparent having public hearings. Will I think make a difference as I just stated and we cannot have a president who believes he is above the law is this is not what what the constitution says This is not what our democracy says and let's not forget. This is a president who asks for help from a foreign government to interfere in our election. You know this is a free and fair elections. I mean that is the cornerstone of our democracy. And without that do we have you know Mexico. Lucy always quoting that line. Do we have a democracy? Oh monarchy you know what are we and. That's a real question that we have to ask in this moment and so I think Democrats need to keep doing what they're doing the Publican. The public opinion is on their side. And I think Republicans are is on the wrong side of history this morning trump goes out and he. He says that this should not have public. Impeachment hearings. These fully against. Why do you think he did that? Because he knows he's a He is a TV reality personality. He knows he knows what it means to produce. And the visual of diplomat after diplomat after diplomat coming before the country putting their hands up and You know reading the oath swearing in and saying you know they are going to tell the truth and nothing but the Truth Right. And he knows as someone who likes to produce the news himself and produced. What's out there in the media? Every day he knows what that's going to look like people are going to be glued to the television. They're going to want to hear what these folks are saying And for someone who's in that business of entertainment. He knows what that is going to do. The him whereas public opinion is so have moved historically so quickly and at the level that it is without public hearing. I mean we're we're we're at. The numbers are where they act without people. Really seeing anything without with just you know kind of a little bit of knowledge of what people have said now. The transcripts are being released and we have a better sense of what people said are saying In these hearings. What will happen? When public when you see the actual human beings sitting there recounting their story telling their true. That is going to be great. Tv as he likes to see it right. It's going to be wonderful. Tv RATINGS ARE GONNA be high as he was thinking to be. And so that's why these scared this episode of the Report is brought to you by resistors like you. We aim to keep this show independent for as long as we can visit worker report dot Com to see how you can help out. The best ways is by hitting that contribute button in the top right and giving what you can't thanks again for your support..

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"jean pierre" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"Anti immigrant sentiment that we've been hearing from the White House from the president of the United States has been so daunting and so ugly even went after Haiti and saying along with African nations that Haiti and Africa nations and were as whole country and so or people from their countries and he only wanted people from Norway and what he did at the border separating kids from their families and the way treated people were treated at the southern border. I mean all of these things. Maybe want to write a book about what it means and what. It's like to be an immigrant in this country because immigrants really wants to be part of the fabric of America. You know they come to you for the American dream. The allusive American dream for many of them they stayed some of them have been here for a decade like my parents still live check to check. So that's another part of it another Another layer is. I have a five year old then. I wanted my daughter to know that. Would she gets old enough to get a sense or ask way what were what were you doing. During during the time of Donald Trump's administration I want her to be able to to see. I was part of this resistance. I fought I use my voice to make different. And so that's all of it. All of it just really late heavy on me. And that's why I wanted to write a book and I saw you on the front lines. I think was I when we met in December Two Thousand Sixteen. It must have been outside the makeup room or something. Msnbc IN DC And that was the frontlines of the Russia's stuff where we were questioning did Russia even attack the United States. Like so. It's come a long way since since that moment but in your book if there's one key theme or idea that you want people to take away after reading it what is it. Yeah so basically My dedication to the book I thought about it. You know when you usually dedicate your book. It's a big deal right. Some big big thing that you do and I thought I would to the women of in my life and give their my thanks to them and then I thought about it. I had actually written it to be that way and then I thought about it and I said no no what I want to dedicate this book to everyone. Who's been told no everyone who's been rejected? Anyone who said you know you're not gonNA make it in life because of X. Y? And this book is for you and I hope this book inspires you and motivate you and that I think encompasses the entire book. It tells my story. Yes it tells the ups and downs. Yes it talks about how I got to the Obama White House. It talks about the immigrants story but also talks about a minute also like I said encouraging people to get involved in how the moment is now to win. We're looking at twenty twenty but is also talks about how when you're knocked down you can get back up. You know there is a way to get out of where you are in life. You know if you feel really really in the dark place or you feel like things are not going away you can get to the other side of that and so that's it. That's what I want my book to do if it changes one one person's life or touches one person's life I think the book would have been successful me. Have you tried anchor dot? Fm There are new podcast host and we chose them because of their goal to democratize podcasting anchored gives everyone a chance to use the same tools that we use to make their very own podcasts. If you're a resistor who wants your voice heard try anchor dot. Fm Today find out more about the candidates. Twenty twenty. My New Book Series Of voter guides authored by working report producer. Grant Stern. It's the only place you can read my opinion and a factual portrait of each major Democratic candidates in one place by the book. Now at the link inside this episodes notes at grant stern dot com or your local barnes and noble. Thanks again for your support. Let's get back to the show so proud to know you when this happened in early June you made national headlines. A male protestor jumped on stage at the big ideas conference comments by move on And the man attempted to confront Senator Harris who is a major candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. A you stopped him. Stood in between What was going through your mind when he rushed the stage. You know there wasn't any fear for my life when I stepped in. It was basically fear of him hurting her because I thought to myself. Here's a black woman who's sitting to my left. Were were onstage. There's three women of color on stage. We're having a conversation We are living in the country. That's incredibly divided and the rhetoric is is incredibly ugly and I thought. Wow this person. This man that's jumped onto the stage could hurt her and I just went into protective mode. I can't really explain it. It was I saw it. I thought it was bad. I stepped in and protected her and it wasn't until afterwards that people were like. Wow that was crazy endangers. What were you thinking that I actually processed it and thought about it a little bit more and It was just my instinct and I have to tell you Scott. I've talked about this before in other interviews. The thing that really got me is what that moment meant for women or women of Color Black Women Women inch just women that this man in all of his privilege stepped on stage while women were speaking it triggered many women because they feel that they've they feel that almost every day in their life and the responses that I got from women after that was pretty amazing. Just started a whole different. Conversation is the natural campaign the because I used to be a body man for head of people said that you are. Your political aide. Clearly political staffer standing in between anybody. I'm sure you've experienced the Obama part of things where people are handing business cards everywhere. You trying to collect everything. I mean in different elected officials that I've traveled with an had to body over time and fundraise for It's just it's something that that's I. Think it really just describes your character in a nutshell and when the push comes to shove you show up and it just was natural yes. It was dangerous. But that's not you thinking about yourself and I think that's just the fines you. I remember shortly after texted or something in you mentioned that you had with. It wasn't any fear and and I think that's one of the things is we don't think about some of the things that were doing while we're doing them and then we look back and we're like while I was a little bit. There's a little bit crazy a is i. Was you know heat of the moment or whatnot but I was. I was really proud to know you at that moment. And I think Thank you as a white. Wait male privilege Who's grown up that way in in places like that It was it was disgusting to see someone. Try and take the stage like that but it was amazing moment in time and I'll never forget that Here's a two part question for you. What are your thoughts about the houses impeachment inquiry trump and in part to? Do you think dem's will ever peel away? Republicans like Lindsey Graham of the world who refused to even read the evidence eerie transcripts when they're unfavorable to their guy in the Oval Office. Yeah I think Lindsey Graham far gone. I don't know if I don't I don't know if he'll if he'll come back from whatever Whatever dark dark deep sunk in place they then right now I'll say this look. I think the Democrats are doing a fantastic job on the impeachment inquiry. And what I mean by that is they. They turned it into a fair process. They've been completely transparent They have not made it political. Even though impeachment is is is a form of a Political Act And now that we're going to have. The public hearing is going to be interesting to see the public opinion. Because right now we're the public opinion is before impeachment is historic how quickly it's moved where we are currently republic opinion on impeachment. Being that people are are good with impeachment inquiry you have almost fifty percent of people who are saying they want to see the president impeach- and removed. I mean that is something that That who would have thought six months ago we would be even in an impeachment one hundred one hundred days away from Iowa Caucus Twenty twenty.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:18 min | 3 years ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"On the 'apply list your law firm button. This is out of Miami. There is a hotel dishwasher, Mary Jean Pierre. Marie Jean Pierre. Worked at a hotel the Conrad Miami. And she said, this is her lawsuit, and this is a religious discrimination lawsuit based on employment discrimination and this is based on race color, religion sex or national group. This is about religion. And she is the mother of six and a member of the soldiers of Christ Church. A Catholic missionary church helps the poor which is kinda neat. And she said in a lawsuit at she told the hotel from day one that she could not work Sundays because of her religious beliefs saying, I love God, no work on Sunday. Because Sunday I under I honor. God, that's what she said to NBC saying that that's what she told the folks at the hotel, her lawyer said that Healton argued that it was unaware she was a missionary, and they never knew why she always wanted Sunday's off. So going back to two thousand nine she alleges the hotel schedules her to work on a Sunday. And she said to her employer. That I can't do it and her according to her her employer said well, you have to resign. But you know. Because we don't want you to quit your good. We'll go ahead and accommodate your request now happened until two thousand fifteen we're talking six years so sometime in two thousand fifteen this is all according to lawsuit. The kitchen manager. Demanded she worked Sundays and for a short time lowered or swap shifts. And later on and this is in March of two thousand sixteen he says she was fired for alleged misconduct negligence and unexcused absences. I think that's what did it. So the jury comes back with compensatory, I think that was a good chunk of money to I think thirty five thousand dollars in back wages five hundred thousand dollars emotional pain, and mental anguish that's a good chunk of money. And twenty one million dollars in punitive damages. That's a whole lot of money. Now, I have often said that when it comes to massive awards so ridiculous multi hundred million dollars award two things happen that reduce those awards won the court on its own motion. It's called remainder and what the court does. Is it reduces the award saying that this was crazy? Or there is a cap a statutory cap. And that's what happens in the this case. That's what happens in Florida. The cap was three hundred thousand dollars for punitive damages under these circumstances. And the lawyer said I love this. I didn't do this for the money. I did this to go the raw the right? The wrongs. So I'm expecting the lawyer to return the money and give it to charity. His take. And the jury was unaware the lock caps you amount of Cunys that she could receive. That's why they threw in twenty one million dollars. That's one pissed off jury. I have to tell you. That's when you know, the jury is not happy with you when they come back with out award. I love it. There was a great case where there was a. An ex army guy who had reconstructive surgery. Did. It was a trans surgery. Oh, they didn't call it in those days. And it was he was transitioning from male to female. He's six foot four built like Justice massive body and wanted to be a woman. And. Like this. Hey, my name is Madeleine. And that's what you call me. All right. So this is a case that actually happened. So the surgeon the plastic surgeon. Right with the belly button. Was off about an inch. There was part of that was some tummy work or stomach work. I don't know why they call it tummy. And anyway, everything else went okay except the belly button. Was an inch off really was. Millions of dollars millions and the plastic surgeon said, okay, I got an inch off belly button. I understand there's some money there. There's some damage or emotional damage, but eight ten million dollars worth. Of course. The judge said, no, no that's a little bit too high. All right. Let's go for it. With phone calls. Andrea europe. Hello. Andrea. Hi. Can you hear me? Sorry. Okay. So last July, my mom got an accident in my car that I gave to her. So it's still on my name, she's on my insurance policy, and we just have you know, the twenty five thousand liability. Are you there? Okay. So she total that guy's car. My insurance wants to pay out the twenty five thousand but now they want to come after us for the additional like thirteen thousand dollars, well, except the twenty five thousand dollars or not gonna come after you up. So they're trying to so real. So real quick, my mom has no assets at all. So there's nothing to come after. But I own a house. It's going to be so difficult because here's what they're going to have to do if they don't accept the twenty five thousand dollars. They have to sue you. There is a full trial and your insurance company has to defend you, right? Okay. So for one of thirteen thousand dollars they're going to settle for twenty five. Okay. So I wouldn't worry about it. There's no there's no lawyer in the world that would pick a jury trial go through all of that hassle. For the wall. Look at it this way, if instead of he gets a third of twenty five thousand or forty percent of twenty five thousand dollars, you add the thirteen thousand dollars to that. And that becomes what? The thirty seven thousand something like that seven thousand three hundred thousand dollars of which he gets a third of. So what's the difference three thousand four thousand dollars? And is the is a lawyer going to not take twenty five dollars settlement and go for forty percent. Instead of twenty five thousand forty percent of. Thirty seven thousand dollars and do a full trial lawyer in the world is going to do that. They'll take so real quick his insurance called left. My mom a message saying, oh, I need you guys to call me figure to make payment arrangements. If my mom says, okay, here's twenty bucks. Says nothing you turn it over to your insurance company. Okay. So don't call them. You don't talk to them. Again. You don't say a word to them. You just turn it over to your insurance company. Say here you go. Because your premiums when you pay insurance, not only are you paying for liability insurance. You're also paying for your defense. Right. So use your defense you've paid for it. You've earned. It's like social security you've earned it. It's okay. Okay. So they the bottom line is they can't come after me. Sure he can. But not the insurance company. It's he has to come after, you know, the guy has to say, okay. All right. People have a not a very good understanding insurance companies and bully me lawyers. Everybody goes.

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"jean pierre" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"jean pierre" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"On the 'apply list your law firm button. This is out of Miami. There is a hotel dishwasher, Mary Jean Pierre Marie Jean Pierre who worked at a hotel the Conrad Miami. And she said, this is her lawsuit, and this is a religious discrimination lawsuit based on employment discrimination and this is based on race or color religion sex or national group. This is about religion. And she is the mother is six and a member of the soldiers of Christ Church. A Catholic missionary church helps the poor which is kinda neat. And she said in a lawsuit that she told the hotel from day one that she could not work Sundays because of her religious beliefs saying, I love God, no work on Sunday. Because Sunday I under I honor. God, that's what she said to NBC saying that that's what she told the folks at the hotel, her lawyer said that Hilton argue that it was unaware she was a missionary, and they never knew why she always wanted Sunday's off. So going back to two thousand nine she alleges the hotel schedules scheduled to work on a Sunday. And she said to her employer. That I can't do it and her according to her her employer said well, you have to resign. But you know, because we don't want you to quit your good. We'll go ahead and accommodate your request now happened until two thousand fifteen we're talking six years so sometime in two thousand fifteen this is all according to lawsuit the kitchen manager demanded she worked Sundays and for a short time, louder swap shifts. And later on and this is in March of two thousand sixteen he says she was fired for alleged misconduct negligence. An unexcused absences. I think that's what did it. So the jury comes back with compensatory, I think that was a good chunk of money too. I think. Thirty five thousand dollars in back wages five hundred thousand dollars for emotional pain, and mental anguish that's a good chunk of money. And twenty one million dollars in punitive damages. That's a whole lot of money. Now, I have often said that when it comes to massive awards so ridiculous multi hundred million dollars award two things happen that reduce those awards dramatically won the court on its own motion. It's called. And what the court does. Is it reduces the award saying that this was crazy? Or there is a cap a statutory cap. And that's what happens and the this case. That's what happens in Florida. The cap was three hundred thousand dollars or punitive damages under these circumstances. And the lawyer said I love this. I didn't do this for the money. I did this to go the raw the right? The wrongs. So I'm expecting the lawyer to return the money and give it to charity. His. No. And the jury was unaware of the law caps the amount of Pune knees that she could receive. That's why they threw in twenty one million dollars. That's one pissed off jury. I have to tell you. That's when you know, the jury is not happy with you when they come back with out award. I love it. There was a great case where there was a. An ex army guy who had reconstructive surgery. Did. It was a trans surgery though. They didn't call it in those days. And it was he was transitioning from male to female. He's six foot four built like Justice massive body wanted to be a woman. And. Like this. Hey, my name is Madeline. And that's what you call me. All right. So and this is a case that actually happened. So the surgeon the plastic surgeon. Right with the belly button. Was off about an inch. There was part of that was some tummy work or stomach work. I don't know why they call it tummy. And anyway, everything else went okay except the belly button. Was an inch off really was. Millions of dollars millions and the plastic surgeons said, okay, I got an inch off a belly button. I understand there's some money there. There's some damage there's emotional damage, but eight ten million dollars worth. Of course. The judge said, no, no that's a little bit too high. All right. Let's go for it. With phone calls. Andrea europe. Hello. Andrea. Hi. Can you hear me, right? Sorry. Okay. So last July, my mom got an accident in my car that I gave to her. So it was still on my name, she's on my insurance policy, and we just have you know, the twenty five thousand liability. Are you there? Okay. So she total that guy's car. My insurance wants to pay out the twenty five thousand but now they wanna come after us for the additional like thirteen thousand dollars, well, except the twenty five thousand dollars or not gonna come after you. Okay. Well, so they're trying to so real. So real quick, my mom has no assets at all. So there's nothing to come after. But I own a house. So it's going to be so difficult because here's what they're going to have to do if they don't accept the twenty five thousand dollars. They have to sue you. There is a full trial and your insurance company has to defend you, right? Okay. So for one of thirteen thousand dollars they're going to settle for twenty five. Okay. So I wouldn't worry about it. There's no there's no lawyer in the world that would pick a jury trial go through all of that hassle. For the well look at it this way, if instead of he gets a third of twenty five thousand or forty percent of twenty five thousand dollars, you add the thirteen thousand dollars to that. And that becomes what? Thirty seven thousand something like that seven thousand three hundred thousand dollars of which he gets a third of. So what's the difference three thousand four thousand dollars, and as a lawyer going to not take twenty five dollar settlement? And go for forty percent instead of twenty five thousand forty percent of. Thirty seven thousand dollars and do a full trial lawyer in the world is going to do that. They'll take so real quick his insurance called left. My mom and message saying, oh, I need you guys to call me to figure to make payment arrangements. If my mom says, okay, here's twenty bucks. Oh, says nothing you turn it over to your insurance company. Okay. So don't call them. You don't talk to them. Again. You don't say a word to them. You just turn it over to your insurance company and say here you go. Because barter your premiums when you pay insurance, not only are you paying for liability insurance. You're also paying for your defense. Right. So use your defense you've paid for it. You've earned. It's like so security you've earned it. It's okay. Okay. So they fill up the bottom line is. They can't come after me. And surely can but not surest company. It's he has to come after you. Oh, the guy has to. Okay. All right. People have not a very good understanding insurance companies and bully me lawyers. Everybody goes berserk.

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