18 Burst results for "Jeff Clark"

"jeff clark" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

04:57 min | 2 d ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"I'll be the first one to volunteer to pull the frigging rope or swing the axe. No, I agree. And like it's just like eastman. Eastman knew and did nothing. He helped orchestrate this. And then did you see when they grabbed his phone today? Oh, yeah, and then he started trying to act like, oh, I asked you for the warrant and you took my property. Look, he's full of shit. Don't matter. And he's done. Eastman has done and you know what? I'll be honest with you. I was starting to think that today we were going to see Jeff Clark or eastman standing in front of the in front of the January 6th hearing. Because you know that they have to be smart enough to know that they're about to become frigging prey. And basically the only thing that they can do is roll. And you know, I'm hoping that there's enough people that have rolled already that we don't need anything from eastman. And we don't need anything for Rudy. And we don't need anything from the rest of these freaking jackasses. Because I want them to go down. I don't want somebody like eastman to get off because he rolled on Trump. I want the evidence to send Trump away, but also to send eastman away and send Jeffrey Clark away and send the rest of those fucking assholes. And Rudy, of course. Let me tell you something. I want to see Rudy. I want to see him freaking croak out. You know, while in prison. I don't give a shit. I want these people to go to prison for the rest of their lives. I don't give a shit if they die in prison. I don't care, because I tried to kill our democracy. And our democracy is more important than one person. I agree here. I'm going to show you this for everybody who hasn't seen it. This is eastman getting his phone taken away. This is awesome, mommy made. Here we go. Care to see of the Midas touch brothers. Can I see the drive search four times before? Can I see the warrant please? I'd like to see the warning. I'd like to see you tomorrow. I'd like to see the war and you'll see the answers and I'd like to see the warrant before you take.

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"jeff clark" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:55 min | 5 d ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Folks, this is how empty these January 6th hearings are and why they're not moving the needle. I'm not joking. They actually have Liz Cheney. Questioning live and aid to Mark menno's Cassidy Hutchinson about Cassidy Hutchinson's own testimony, she's already given. They're playing Cassidy Hutchinson for a Cassidy Hutchinson for Cassidy Hutchinson to comment on Cassidy Hutchinson's comment. There's nothing new here. They are actually asking her, did you say this? Yeah, can you just say it again? Who was this person? The same person I just said. I told you before, this hearing may have moved the needle. If it had been done correctly, had focused on the larger picture of political violence in the country, I think there would have been a lot of Americans who are persuadable. That chunk of what they call the middle. That shrinking every single day. Precisely because of moments like this, that's why the middle is shrinking and you're radicalizing people by the minute. But no, you chose to focus in a non adversarial hearing the Republicans and the Trump administration have no ability whatsoever. To contest the information like any American citizen would have in a procedure of this magnitude, and now you're just repeating the same stuff. Jim, am I making this up? It's the same lady Cassidy Hodges he commenting on Cassidy Hutchinson. Here it is again. Here it is. January 6th interview. Casting a Cassidy. Can you tell us what you said there? Yeah, I just said it. Would you like me to say it again? Would you prefer in a different language? And espanol, are you sure you said this is the hearing? Are you sure I am very sure I said that? I'm extra ultra magazine. Now the most troubling part of this is what they're doing to the network of people around Donald Trump. Folks, they are going after his legal team. They're going after well, Jeff Clark was at DoJ, but John eastman, who wasn't attorney. A properly licensed attorney who had some theories about the 2020 election, he is certainly allowed to avail the president of the United States and the president's interest in getting legal protection. But they went after his men. They served the warrant on his phone. They took his phone, and they demanded the biometric data to open it. Folks were living in the third world right now. This is an opportunity for us to give up. It's an opportunity for us to double down. We have an election coming up and whereas I don't think it's going to course correct 100%. It's going to go a long way towards getting the people out of there. They're causing all your problems. I can't say enough. Republicans may not be able to fix all your problems, but Democrats are most certainly the cause. So this 2020 election, you should be solely focused on excising the problem first. And the Democrats are it. And by Democrats, I include Liz Cheney too. Here's part two of that interview with Tucker Carlson, John eastman. He talks about here. How this is a clear violation of his rights and how what they're trying to do, something I've warned you about repeatedly. My friend Tom fitton from judicial watch is this warned me about this. I've known him ten years. He said the left is very good at making the process punishment. They do it right now with the EPA with a weaponized the EPA and the permitting process to make sure if you build a pipeline, Jim, you may get your pipeline in 20 years, you know? But it's going to cost you billions of dollars to do it. The process becomes such punishment that it dissuades you from taking action. They're looking to do that now with this January 6th committee. They want to make the process so expensive. Legal fees, lawyers, depositions, hearings, give up your phone, give us this, give us that. That no person thinks about ever touching a Trump campaign again. Here's eastman with Tucker last night, played for me, cut forge him, describing exactly that check this out. The other thing they're doing is they're forcing those of us that don't bow the knee to the Biden administration to rack up hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees, trying to protect our constitutional rights and those of our clients. So let me ask people Gibson go dot com slash eastman. Help us help us fight this abuse. We've got to stand together to fight against this. This is a deliberate strategy. Podcast listeners know I've been addressing it for about 5 years now. This is not an accident. Folks, the left nose full well, but if they can weaponize the process and send a message to the legal profession, that if you work with a Republican or conservative candidate, we don't like, we will make you the target of our investigation. The left absolutely knows that they can prevent the Republicans from winning elections from effectively challenge challenging elections where they may detect fraud. I'm sorry folks, but you just can't win my bad lawyers. You can't. I'm involved in legal stuff all the time. You need good quality lawyers who understand the law and have the respect of the court going in there that they're going to be heard. You can not win without good lawyers. They've done this over and over and over again. They targeted Sidney Powell because they didn't like her representing Mike Flynn, forget about the kraken stuff later. Focusing on the Flynn case, the targeted Sidney Powell, they targeted cleat of Mitchell. They targeted Michael Cohen, Trump's lawyer, they targeted who's the other guy, the financial guy, as well, and the Trump administration, the during the trumpet. They target him for free parking, I forget his name. Forgive me. No, it wasn't a viral. There was another guy that he worked for the Trump administration. They target everyone because they want to send a message. Now they're targeting John eastman. This is being done deliberately. I've been warning about this forever. I mean, just give you a quick inside baseball for I move on to my next story. When I arrested people when I was a federal agent, right? There were certain times, you know, I'm going to give you the candid no BS approach. When I was up in the New York office in the Melville satellite office at a New York in Long Island If you arrested a guy and you got a call in the office, say you had him in a holding room, right? You're getting ready to take him to the Marshalls for detention and for an arraignment, right? If you got a call, this lady Joanne, you said, man, the phone's in our mouth office. If she said, she'd come over the loudspeaker. You know, pick up all my four ship better voice amount. Do a terrible Joanne, but I do a terrible dense. So what's the difference? I don't know. I don't actually have a voice for radio. Hope the content's good, 'cause it overrides my generally awful voice. But I'd pick up the phone, and if Joanne said to me, hey Dan, let's say John Smith, his lawyer on the phone, and there were certain lawyers on my own who were real ball busters. Can I say that? I guess I just did. It's okay. You'd be like, oh boy, here we go. You know what I'm saying? You have to like, you better, you better have your eyes dotted. You've been having your teas crossed. You better not have inserted a comma in the Miranda warnings. You better have made sure that if you got a waiver that that guy signed an initial like every single line of it, you better have got it on videotape. You get my point. There are good lawyers. I'm giving you the inside baseball. It's a perspective you're not going to get from a lot of media dopes. You never done this stuff.

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"jeff clark" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:40 min | Last week

"jeff clark" Discussed on WCPT 820

"And I think that's it. Was there a discussion about mister Clark? Can you kind of enlighten someone with that discussion was? Yes. So the conversation at this point had moved beyond the specific allegations, whether it was State Farm arena or antrum county or Pennsylvania or whatever. We had discussed those repeatedly and the backdrop to the conversation, but the conversation at this point was really about whether the president should remove Jeff Rosen and replace him with Jeff Clarke. And everyone in the room, I think, understood the debt meant that letter would go out. So that was the focus. It was about two and a half hour meeting after I entered. And so they were discussions about the pros and cons of doing that. Early on, the president said, what do I have to lose? And it was actually a good opening because I said, mister president, you have a great deal to lose. And I began to explain to him what he had to lose. And what the country had to lose and what the department had to lose. And this was not in anyone's best interest. That conversation went on for some time, everyone essentially chimed in with their own thoughts, all of which were consistent about how damaging this would be to the country to the department to the administration to end porcelain. And at some point, the conversation turned to whether Jeff Clark was even qualified. Competent to run the Justice Department, which in my mind he clearly was not. And he had a conversation. I thought it was useful to point out to the president that Jeff Clark simply didn't have the skills, the ability and the experience to run the department. And so I said, mister president, you're talking about putting a man in that seat. Who has never tried it for more case, who's never conducted a criminal investigation. He's telling you that he's going to take charge of the department a 115,000 employees, including the entire FBI, and turn the place on a dime and conduct nationwide Kremlin investigations and will produce results in a matter of days. It's impossible, it's absurd. It's not going to happen and it's going to fail. He has never been in front of a trial jury a grand jury. He's never even been to Chris ray's office. I said at one point, if you walk in Chris ray's office, one would you know how to get there in two if you got there, we even know who you are, and do you really think that the FBI has been suddenly start following your orders? It's not going to happen. He's not competent. And that's the point at which mister Clark tried to defend himself by saying, well, I've been involved in very significant civil and environmental education I've argued many appeals and appellate courts and things of that nature in the night. Pointed out that yes, he was an environmental lawyer and I didn't think that was appropriate background to be wrong. The United States Justice Department. Did anybody in their support, mister Clark? No one. Mister Rosen, it was you, he was going to replace

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"jeff clark" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

07:29 min | Last week

"jeff clark" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Mister Clark refused to cooperate with this committee. He bled the 5th over a 125 times. Why risk self criminal incrimination? And president Trump's congressional Friends? Some of them are angling for pardons? They knew that every bit of what they did was a lie and it was wrong. That's all the more reason to respect those who came here to testify today. We thanked them for their unflinching service in the face of incredible pressure. Adam kinzinger yesterday, fragile, so we've been obviously in our feelings about roe V wade this morning, but these January 6 hearings, what was your take on just yesterday? Let me tell you. Okay, I'm gonna start with this. The fact that we still have ongoing right now, people still lying about election fraud. But meanwhile, these people set in a room, knocked down every conspiracy idea. Why there aren't people who are representatives out there lying to constituents about the fact that this election was a fraud in 2020 and not in jail are not being charged with lying to the American public and defrauding the American public. That needs to happen before the mid tones. Yeah. Yeah. Jeff Clark, getting bitch slapped into the middle of the next election cycle. I don't want to tell you. The shade was so delicious. It was chilly. I had a delicious. I had to get my shawl for the shade that they had, Jeff Clark, and when you're in a room full of people who can not enough can not enough say how unqualified you are. Right. And I have to give it up to and Donahue. That is a man after my own heart. I loved his shady. He's like, okay, mister environmental lawyer. Why don't you go back to your office? And if we have oil spill, we'll call you. I personally like soprano's mob lawyer, hirschman. Yeah, you know, congratulations. Your first act as attorney general is a felony. Boom. Yep. Okay. Here's your favorite Donahue. Here we go. President tell you that he would remove you and mister Rosen because you weren't declaring there was election fraud toward the end of the meeting the president, again, was getting very agitated and he said, people tell me I should just get rid of both of you. I should just remove you. And make a change in the leadership with Jeff Clark and maybe something will finally get done. And I responded as I think I had earlier in the December 27th call. Mister president, you should have the leadership that you want. But understand. The United States Justice Department functions on facts, evidence and law. And those are not going to change. So you can have whatever leadership you want, but the department's position is not going to change. Once again, financial, I said, Trump, because we keep thinking, oh, why didn't he now we're finding out like, oh, why didn't he do this thing or that thing? It's not because it was illegal. It's because they told him this won't work. Because the entire Justice Department will quit. Right. Right. And Jeff Clark will be in charge of a graveyard. That's worse than Saturday night massacre. Right. Right. Yeah. Yeah, no. And then they said, you have been associated with somebody that nobody respected. Right. You know, like Jeff Clark was too weak as it turned out. But I just have to say, this whole concept of just put anybody in charge. And this is the idea. These people are not heroes. Those three men sitting there Donahue and Rosenbaum. They're not heroes. They did because my question is, why didn't they quit? Or say something or testify during the impeachment. They could have all quit the second they were asked to do it and release the letter. And release it, but they could have, but they didn't. They had to be called in a year and a half later. And I love this from Rudy. Right, here we go. Oh, so go ahead, Francis. Yeah. No, no. And the damage is still being done. Thank you. The only thing that they stopped, they didn't the only thing they stopped was the constitutional crisis, right? But they allowed the behavior and the lies he still got to tell his lies. Trump's entire presidency was a constitutional crisis. And it's still ongoing, even though he's gone. Okay. You bleeding. Rudy. Here we go. Why Jeff Clark? Let's hear mister Giuliani explain the kind of person that he and the president wanted at the top of justice. Remember ever recommending to anybody that mister Clark meaning Jeffrey Clark at DoJ be given election related responsibilities? You may be on the president. Correct. Well, beyond the president, I do recall saying to people that somebody should be put in charge of the Justice Department who isn't frightened of what's going to be done to their reputation. So isn't afraid to break the law. Right. And then he was squeezing his own face like your grandmother squeezes your face for some reason. Don't squeeze your face. He was drunk and he was trying to hold his own face up. Don't squeeze your face. It's not the face, don't touch it. I believe in that. I believe you that pause got edited out because I believe when he answered that question. That was a huge huge thing about that pause is whenever let me tell you something. Whenever somebody pauses that long before they're answering questions, they are about to watch. Yes. Or and there's a lot of people trying to figure out how to say it. Yeah. How to say the thing they're about to say in the way that's the least illegally for the illegal Ness that they're trying to cover up. What kills me is that in that period of time, the best he could come up with was still messed up. Right. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. Let's skip to 13. So here is Donahue. He said that he had asked to see me alone because usually he had met with me and mister Donahue, because he thought it would be appropriate in light of what was happening to at least offer me that I could stay on as his deputy. I thought that was preposterous. I told him that was nonsensical and that there's no universe where I was going to do that to stay on and support someone else doing things that were not consistent with what I thought should be done. So I didn't accept that offer. If I can put it that way. Trump since he has zero principles of any kind. He seems bewildered anyone else does. Write that Oval Office meeting you. What about you? You won't quit, will you? Yes, sir. I will quit immediately. What about you? You won't, will you? Yes, absolutely. You're leaving me no choice. He doesn't get it. No. He doesn't get having any honor at all. No. And Ivanka and Jared and all the not that I ever want to help those people. But they need to take their booties to a non traditional country soon Because I know for everything in me that when we get Donald Trump on the ropes, he will throw them out. Yeah. Oh, he's already Ivanka Trump full name. Coffee girl wasn't really the first step. That's the first step is when he starts referring to your full name like it's not his. Then the second step is good. And he's also said you're stupid. He's gonna start with coffee girl thing. Oh, we have coffee girl. All right. He doesn't know. That's new. We just made that. Yes. There's so little time, so many coffee girls and boys

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"jeff clark" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:53 min | Last week

"jeff clark" Discussed on KOMO

"House committee investigating the events surrounding the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol is now complete after hearing from former senior Justice Department officials who served in the Trump administration. I said, mister president, within 24, 48, 72 hours, you could have hundreds and hundreds of resignations of the leadership of your entire Justice Department because of your actions. What's that going to say about you? Acting attorney general, Richard Donahue, on the prospect of Jeffrey Clark being appointed AG to help the president overturn the results of the 2020 election. ABC's Katherine folders and Aaron katze were listening. Catherine, we learned today that this Justice Department official, Jeff Clark, who was pushing to be installed as attorney general, is now under investigation so much so that the FBI raided his home. Yeah, they did, we reported that federal agents rated his home yesterday on Wednesday and connection with this broader Department of Justice investigation into January 6th. Being in the room and when he was brought up when Jeff Clark was brought up by these former senior DoJ officials, it was kind of interesting Aaron because there's members of the public in the room. And people would just laugh, frankly, that this environmental lawyer who nobody really knew who he was. He was this obscure figure was actually being considered by the former president to lead the Department of Justice because he wanted him to overturn the election. Well, you can imagine that he's on having the greatest day as he is the center of this hearing and also obviously being investigated by the federal government. So look, while it focused on Jeff Clark, there are still a lot to come on, obviously, what happens with him next? Meanwhile, there's more to come, ABC's Aaron katzen Ben Siegel. We heard at the end the committee chairman say they're not done yet. The committee has put off future hearings until at least next month we believe they've amassed some new evidence and we heard the chairman say that the investigation is ongoing and will contain this influx of new information. What's going on there, Ben. There are two major things that the committee said, they're dealing with it right now that they're working across us as they try to put together this complete these public hearings. One, one thing I wish they addressed today about 11 hours of video of a British filmmaker, another British filmmaker who was shadowing the president and working on a documentary without the knowledge of many, many Trump White House officials about the first family spoke to Trump before and after January 6th along with members of the Trump family. So that would be of interest clearly to this committee seeking to understand Trump's state of mind and what he was saying publicly and privately before and after the attack on the capitol. So this filmmaker was brought into Capitol Hill to talk to the committee. He said he cooperated with them. He turned over 11 hours of tape expands over a year of filming and the committee says they want to look at this. They've been putting together a very crisp visual compelling presentation of their findings and it's possible that they can find more information in these videos to help them. And also, and it's easy to forget about this, but the Trump White House materials requested from the national archives of the committee has won the rights to those materials in court. Over the objections of some Trump White House aides and those are being produced on a rolling basis ABC's Ben Siegel and Aaron Kutcher's stay with northwest news radio for the very latest on the January 6th committees hearings. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. Stocks notched fairly solid gains in the Thursday session, tech shares led the way with the NASDAQ composite and X rising 179 points or 1.6%

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"jeff clark" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:56 min | Last week

"jeff clark" Discussed on KOMO

"Details. Stay connected, stay informed. This is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 summer president Trump's Justice Department officials who say they refuse to validate his false election claims testified today before the January 6th committee. ABC's Andy field is covering the campaign to overturn the election and spoke with ELISA jaffe. Stunning testimony today from Trump's top Justice Department officials. Andy, we heard from deputy acting attorney general Richard Donahue, about what Trump wanted the DoJ to say about the election. Well, I'm just asking you to do is just say it was corrupt and leave the rest to me and the Republican congressman. And that's not all, Andy Donahue warned him what would happen with the huge ripple effect if Donald Trump replaced the AG Jeffrey Rosen with Jeff Clark an environmental lawyer who'd never conducted a criminal trial or a criminal investigation. Yes, he was this contentious meeting it happened a little after new year's just days before January 6th. In the Oval Office for the president called everyone and he was going to appoint a man that most Americans never heard his name before Jeffrey Clark, who was an environmental lawyer, did not have any experience in trials or dealing with grand juries, dealing with the FBI, any of this stuff, but the one thing he did have was the willingness to write a letter to states that the president wanted him to do to say the Justice Department had found significant fraud and they should overturn the election for him. Every member of the Justice Department who testified today from acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen to Donahue, the acting assistant attorney general, repeatedly told the president if you do that, we will all resign. You will have basically, I think someone called it a murder suicide pact. I think after two hours of this, the president realized that this would end up with more Aegon his face than anything else, and they also said that if this Jeffrey Clark writes this letter to all the states that you are contesting, the story will not be that the Justice Department has found fraud, the story will be president Trump forced his entire Justice Department to quit and only one guy was left to actually write the lie that you wanted him to say. That comment, clearly had an impact on the president. The leadership will be gone. Jeff Clark will be left leading a graveyard. And I think that was what finally convinced Donald Trump not to do this here, but boy he certainly tried pretty hard to do it. Yeah, 'cause that would have been hundreds of resignations because of a guy they all called incompetent. The president turned to me and he said, well, one thing we know is you, Rosen, you aren't going to do anything. You don't even agree with the claims of election fraud and this other guy, at least might do something. Rosen didn't criticize Donald Trump. He talked about that he had an allegiance to Trump but had basically a stronger allegiance to the constitution, but he never really put him down, did he? No one did. They simply very factually, these are really smart attorneys. Some of them former prosecutors. They know that they stick to the facts in just the facts. There was no editorializing except in points where they said, what did you think of that idea of the president and they said they thought that these were insane conspiracy theories and they weren't going to go along with them. But they said the president would constantly say, I just saw this on the Internet. You know, I need you to look into this here. Or at one point, they were asked by the president to seize all the voting machines. This is way after the votes were counted. We had seen nothing improper with regard to the voting machines, and I told them that the real experts that that had been a DHS, and they had briefed us that they had looked at it, and that there was nothing wrong with the voting machines. The Justice Department said, we don't have the authority to do that. That's something with Homeland Security if there's a national security issue and then in that meeting, the president got his Homeland Security director on the phone and even the Homeland Security director said, I don't have the authority to do these things that you're asking us to do. ABC's Andy field joining us from Washington. Thank you, Andy. That's Alisa jaffe. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio, with buying activity picking up steam over the last 90 minutes of the session, stocks finished moderately higher today. Technology shares, pacing the advance, the S&P 500 rows 35 points, the Dow Jones industrials gained 194, and the tech heavy NASDAQ composite jumped 179 or 1.6%. Shares of KB home leaped 8.6%, reporting results after the Wednesday closed the builder handily beat expectations for both quarterly earnings and revenue. It also, however, none of its sales have recently started to slow in the wake of inflation pressures and rapidly rising mortgage rates. That's your money now. If your homeowner's insurance is included in your mortgage payment, you may not have noticed. But insurance rates have gone up for many people this year because of the new rule that prohibits the use of

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1/6 panel hears of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

1/6 panel hears of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

"The house panel investigating the capitol riot as turned its focus to Donald Trump's pressure on the Justice Department to look at his election fraud claims Over an 11 day span after the election acting attorney general Jeff rose and says he heard from the president a lot Either called me or met with me virtually every day putting forth what acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donahue says was an arsenal of false fraud claims As the president went through them I went piece by piece to say no that's false That is not true They were among three former department officials testifying about Trump's push to bend the independent agency to his will And when they wouldn't go along his attempt to install a lower level official who would as the new attorney general That was Jeff Clark whose home federal agents searched last week Sagar Meghani Washington

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"jeff clark" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | Last week

"jeff clark" Discussed on WTOP

"Morning, I'm Joan Jones. And I'm John Aaron. Teddy gellman is our producer. The top story we're following another January 6th hearing takes place today. This one will focus on former president Trump's efforts to use the Justice Department to try to stay in power after losing the 2020 election. More from WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. The committee will hear testimony from Richard donohue, who briefly served as acting Deputy Attorney General. In audio released by the panel, Donahue made it clear he would not go along with former president Trump's consideration of installing Jeff Clark as attorney general. Clark supported Trump's plans to try to reverse the election results. The president says suppose I do this proposed I replace Jeff Rosen with him, Jeff Clark. What do you do? And I said, sir, I would resign immediately. The committee now plans to delay additional hearings until July, with lawmakers saying they continue to gather new evidence of efforts to overturn the election. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. The hearing begins at three this afternoon, you can listen live at WTO P dot com. A California man accused of traveling to Montgomery county to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh faced a judge in Maryland yesterday afternoon. Wearing a maroon jumpsuit 26 year old Nicholas Rossi kept his head down at times it appeared he had it on the table as a judge read the indictment against him. He did answer the judge's question before pleading not guilty to one count of attempting to assassinate a Supreme Court Justice. It was on June 8th that investigators say he showed up to justice Kavanaugh's home during the early morning hours wearing tactical gear and armed with a handgun and ammunition according to court documents he told detectives that he intended to break into the home and kill Kavanaugh over the leaked document indicating the court could overturn roe versus wade, also because he believed Kavanaugh would side on looser gun laws with decisions. In greenbelt, Mike Morello P news. The police commander at the center of the botched response to the uvalde Texas massacre has been placed on leave. In a terse three paragraph statement from the Yuval di school superintendent, school police chief Pete arradondo was placed on administrative leave effective immediately. A redondo has come under repeated attack for the way he handled the deadly mass shooting that left 19 students and two teachers dead. The criticism has focused on a redondo's decision not to move in and confront the killer for more than one hour. A redondo has attempted to defend his actions, saying he assumed someone else had taken charge of the situation. Steve fetterman CBS News. It's 7 34 and now to last night's wind and rain that left thousands without power across Northern Virginia, fakir county saw hundreds of trees blown down as well. Well, today there's a lot of cleanup to be done, including in historic warrant him. Here at the top of the

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"jeff clark" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | Last week

"jeff clark" Discussed on WTOP

"23rd, 2022, welcome in the 2 a.m. hour. Here at WTO, glad you're with us this morning. I'm dean lane. Teddy gellman is our producer among the top stories we're following for you as we do right into this day together. CBS News brief of Vietnam era helicopter has crashed in Logan, West Virginia, killing 6 people. Tore helicopter from what's been reported, all the people on board the aircraft. They are deceased and none of them were local folks Ray Bryan, of local ambulance operations. Blame by Texas state police officials for actions taken or not taken while 19 kids and two teachers were being massacred inside an elementary school that you've all these school district police chief now put on leave. Texas day troopers are leading the investigation and state senator Roland Gutierrez is now suing them. He says they're not sharing information with the public, while pointing the fingers solely at new valley school police. Correspondent Omar via Franco. President Biden wants to suspend the federal gas tanks, but analyst Patrick de Han warns. Cutting prices risks Americans increasing consumption, which could eventually cause prices to go up down the road. CBS News brief on Tom footy. Double DT go pee at two 32, the 5th January 6th hearing takes place today. This Thursday, June 23rd, and we're told it'll focus on former president Donald Trump's efforts to use the Justice Department at that time to further his efforts to stay in power after losing the 2020 election. More from WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The committee will hear testimony from Richard Donahue, who briefly served as acting Deputy Attorney General. In audio released by the panel, Donahue made it clear he would not go along with former president Trump's consideration of installing Jeff Clark as attorney general. Clark supported Trump's plans to try to reverse the election results. The president said, suppose I do this, so prose I replace Jeff Rosen with hen, Jeff Clark. What do you do? And I said, sir, I would resign immediately. The committee now plans to delay additional hearings until July, with lawmakers saying they continue to gather new evidence of efforts to overturn the election. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO

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"jeff clark" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | Last week

"jeff clark" Discussed on WTOP

"With us. I'm dean lane Scott gelman, is our producer. Among the top stories we're following for you as we write into this thirsty together. CBS News brief a published report says the Food and Drug Administration plans to ban the popular jeweled brand of E cigarettes. Of consumer choice center. I think this is very, very bad for former smokers who depend on these products to switch away. It's a way to get nicotine in a less harmful way. And people are just going to be pushed back into smoking. Presidential idea to lower soaring prices at the pump. I suspend in the 18 cent gas tax federal gas tax in the next 90 days. We can bring down the price of gas and give families just a little bit of relief. But it would need the approval of Congress where there's a lot of opposition. As the January 6th committee holds Thursday hearing several people have reportedly received federal subpoenas in connection with the alleged fake electors scheme to prevent President Biden's election certification. Now the Justice Department is doing what the committee has done, which is to look at events before January 6th to see whether there were any illegalities involved there, too. Legal expert Lori Levin sent CBS News brief on Tom Forti. As we've been telling you on WTO this morning, the 5th January 6th hearing taking place today, this Thursday, June 23rd, and we're told little focus on former president Donald Trump's efforts to use the Justice Department to further his efforts to stay in power after losing the 2020 election. Mental Miller is on Capitol Hill. The committee will hear testimony from Richard Donoghue, who briefly served as acting Deputy Attorney General. In audio released by the panel, Donahue made it clear he would not go along with former president Trump's consideration of installing Jeff Clark as attorney general. Clark supported Trump's plans to try to reverse the election results. The president says, suppose I do this, the pros I replace Jeff Rosen with him, Jeff Clark. What do you do? And I said, sir, I would resign immediately. The committee now plans to delay additional hearings until July, with lawmakers saying they continue to gather new evidence of efforts to overturn the election. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. 1233

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"jeff clark" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Steve engel, I remember made the point that Jeff Clark would be leading what he called a graveyard. There would be no one left. I made the point that Jeff Clark is not competent to serve as attorney general. He's never been a criminal attorney. He's never conducted a criminal investigation in his life. He's never been in front of a grand jury much less a trial jury, and he kind of retorted by saying, well, I've done a lot of complicated appeals in civil litigation, environmental litigation and things like that. And I said, that's right. You're an environmental lawyer. How about you go back to your office, and we'll call you when there's an oil spill. And then it perhaps the most understated line of the deposition. It says, that's so it got very confrontational at points. We've gone on at length. I would also encourage reading Jeffrey Rosen's account. But I wanted to end with that optimistic note that again, these are not, you know, we have lionized the ethical behavior of folks in this episode. These are not liberals. These are still suck. They are hard. These are people that have devoted their lives in service to far right wing causes. But the position that I postulated early on that's sort of Sunday Night massacre scenario. It's clear that this was a potential example and there was still even up to the very end, some ability for people with whom we share very little to say, we don't want to lose all semblance of rule of law. There are some lines that can't be crossed. Now, I wish these people were on board for a lot more. Let's not, yeah, let's not build a statute of Greg Jacob just yet, but I'm very encouraged by the fact that these are the kinds of people who are cooperating with the one 6th committee. And all of that leads me to believe that this has got an awful lot of life left in it. Wow. That is huge. What's the next thing we're waiting for, Andrew in this? What's the first thing we're going to see, I guess, a reply brief from eastman or something? Yeah, we will see a reply brief in support of his motion for injunctive relief just to block the release of these documents to the one 6th committee. And then the court will rule. They will, as I said, they will almost certainly engage in an in camera inspection and I can not imagine that that court is not going to hold that these are documents not protected by attorney client privilege. The moment that they're not protected by turning client privilege, the court could release that as an appendix to its opinion, right? Like it is, they're no longer protected at all. They can be public documents. And believe you me, you know I love me some documents, so yeah, this is developing very, very quickly, and it is really, really important that we not ease up on the pressure and that we talk to our elected officials and say, let's ask the question as to whether there have been formal referrals out of the one 6 committee to the DoJ. Let's ask about what the world because again, I'm inferring a lot here. I'm inferring that when members of the Department of Justice sat in on that deposition, those depositions of ex DoJ employees, they didn't just come back and go like, wow, that was, they go have a beer and go, yeah, that was a pretty big, big testimony. That they went back and talked to the attorney general and said, look, they've got a really good case against the president here on obstruction of an official proceeding and on conspiracy. I'm inferring that. I want to believe and one of the things that we can do as citizens is make that known to our elected officials. So yeah, let's keep the pressure on. Well, I Andrew, this is huge. This is an absolutely immense smoking gun. The smoking ist of smocking guns. Wow, thank you for the breakdown and a little spring in my step today after that one. That is, whew, that is big, share this out, everybody. Get the word out, this is huge news. So huge, we're gonna skip my normal Thomas takes the ethics exam. As a reminder, I have to turn these episodes over in one day. Let's skip that and let's go straight to thanking our new patrons. And thank you. And I will start us off. Thank you so much to Cheryl, Chris kavanagh, Donald J orf, SH, Valerie drew, Brett kern, Kerry budding, Aaron of map Reston dot com. Cat palmyre and Erica T go ahead. And thank you to Austin sable Eric Farr. I think it's a returning patron. Welcome back, Eric. James Douglas, Conrad Michael's law review. Yeah, we will sponsor that. Sargon's smug effing face. That's a deep cut. Shout out for you. But hey, Melanie Clark, my wife's so accrual, she doesn't depreciate me anymore. Gotta love a good accounting joke. Maybe future farmer lawyer, that's pharma with a PHA. Joe E parr and Heather Greer Klein. Thank you all so much for supporting the show. You want to do that just head on over to Patreon dot com slash law and sign up for as little as a bucket episode. Ad free shows all the goodies, lot awful movies each month..

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"jeff clark" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Of bled chris. That we're just bracketing. The insane onion quality of you know standing at rick's at bay giving a speech about how there's no gambling going on. Because that's just straight up. Trolling right i mean. Let's not waste our time. One thing that i really really noticed. I think kind of got lost in the irony. Today is the way in which she went tune. Event as you said it was a mitch. Mcconnell event and the press was not advisory was happening. There's no recordings of handful orders. That were there were allowed to take notes. They were moved to the back of the room. A according to jeff clark who reported it for a local paper and then she slagged the press. Then she said that the press misrepresents what the court does. It is the most astonishing lack of self knowledge to get up and say that you shouldn't listen to reporters you should read are incredibly new wants to pinon. That was a page and a half last week in the abortion case. And just don't trust the press to they're lying to you. trust me. Were nonpartisan is next level cynical rather degree a great point too because i thought i thought it was like oh wish produce a television jobs like we should get the video that that's like. Oh there's no video that doesn't exist because again like she can get this message out and she could stand next to mitch. Mcconnell the photos but video is a bridge too far in terms of this like crazy. Bit of gas lighting alley. Yeah but then look at what the press actually did is exact actually right but then look what the press did. They gave her what she wanted. Because the ap has just blowing just dutifully copied her notes. You send out. Press release put out that headline without the context of her dripping. Apocryphal in the headline. That headline should've been partisan hack. Frayed people might notice hackery. That would have been an accurate. That but the precedent do that did they. And this is amy. Coney barrett's entire career is built on the press being unable or unwilling to call her out when she's coming or even accurately report her views and her intentions on the court in her first year on the supreme court as you pointed out she's taken away labor rights. She's taken voting rights. She's taken away abortion rights. She promised to do this to get the job. And yet the mainstream media refused the call around on it then and even today at she stands there and visit and basically spits in their face. They still write a headline that she required that she desired them too right. That's the real. You know those people need to also like grow up and take some personal responsibility for what they're doing to the country. Let me just make make this point. I don't know who wrote the headline the piece itself. I thought was quite good and was pretty clear about the the inherent hypocrisy intention to year just in terms of the writing. But i also think that like. Here's a thing. Amy conybeare saying this. It's not just conservatives. See this this is this is like dogma for liberals as well like the court is partisan and you know look at all these look at all the nine oh decisions on like obscure questions of statutory interpretation with the railroad commission or whatever like what are you people talking about. They'll site that chapter in verse and then as part of that is brighter going around selling his book being like whom he retire. Here's here's here's what he had recently. Also maybe kind of lose my mind. this on on not intending to die in the court. Take a listen. I don't need tend to die on the court. I don't think i'll be there forever but a bit. I've said a few of the considerations previously many in.

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"jeff clark" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

07:19 min | 11 months ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Here. We will operationalize facility that will treat initially sixty a day and maybe up to one hundred patients a day. That need monoclonal antibody therapy. We'll have a public facing website with patients will be able to walk through some logic to see if they qualify and self schedule themselves be able to drive right up. Walk in. get the therapy. We do require a little bit of monitoring after the therapy and then they'll be able to leave. We hope that by offering outpatient treatment then you. We will decrease the number of patients that we have to see in here by virtue that will decrease the number of patients. We have transfer from here to the icu. So there's a logical fault process of the medical components of this that we'd hoped will help us have a band aid to get through the next several weeks as dr dobbs mentioned. We're not at the peak of this yet so we will need to think more creative about the medical paradigm of how we can prevent the hospital from being overwhelmed to the point where we just can't take care of patients anymore preventing the hospital from being overwhelmed to the point where we can't take care of patients anymore. What they're talking about their that creative medical strategy in terms of handling this disaster in mississippi this monoclonal antibody treatment stuff is something that we've talked about a lot on this show. You might remember. We basically tried to raise awareness about the fact that people can get monoclonal antibody therapy in this country as treatment for kovic. It is free. The government will pay for it. It is very effective. We basically tried to raise awareness about this on the show as a treatment because not enough people have been taking advantage of it. It really can save your life. Well what we are seeing here in mississippi right now in that parking garage is the manifestation of what is a new concerted effort by the federal government by the biden administration to try to dramatically increase the administration of this drug these antibodies to people who test positive for cove. It not just to save those people's lives to keep them from getting gravely ill but also to save the hospitals from the huge number of sick people who are now swamping in mississippi's case collapsing. The hospital system massive increase in the availability the administration of monoclonal antibody infusions for people who test positive who are only mildly sick to keep them from proceeding to the point where they need to get in the hospital. For seeing that now in mississippi it makes so much logistical sense and to see the federal government prioritised that. It'll be very interesting to see if that makes it. Then tonight. we're gonna be talking with the chief medical officer of hospital. That's about two and a half hours south of that parking garage disaster field hospital jackson mississippi medical director. We're gonna talk to tonight. Says her hospital right now is actually already beyond. Its capacity to properly take care of patients in the way they want to that discussions all discussions coming up tonight. We got a lot coming up tonight but before we get to those stories. There's also a story. I wanna give you an update on that. We've been covering intensively all this week and over the last couple of weeks. Even while i was away it is these still unspools. Alling scandal involving the us department of justice at the end of the trump administration and the ways that former president. Donald trump tried to use the justice department. To overturn the election results and stay in power. He apparently hatched a plot with at least one senior justice department official to get the presidential election results nullified and the plan was to start in the great state of georgia with the hope and expectation that other states where republicans controlled the state legislature would then follow georgia's lead and enough states would do that. That trump would succeed in making the election result. Practically not count. It was last week when we learned the details of how trump appointee jeff clark at the justice department had written a letter to the republican runs state legislature georgia. His letter advised them that. The justice department was investigating some kind of serious problem in the election. In georgia. the letter further advise them that the georgia legislature should convene itself into a special session to consider changing the state's election results to send electors for trump to the electoral college instead of electors for biden even though biden. Actually one now. That letter was not sent. Because the attorney general and deputy attorney general at the at the time refused. Jeff clark's demand that they sign it. That apparently resulted in a showdown where trump tried to install. Jeff clarke as attorney general himself. Which would have meant among other things that he definitely could have signed instead of that letter himself. And as you know the disturbing thing about this revelation of this plot over the last few weeks is that had that letter actually been sent it is more than imaginable that republicans in the georgia state legislature would have said. Yeah sure let's do it. Let's at least try. It was an official request. Almost a demand from the us justice department that they reconvened themselves and consider their electoral college slate of electors to the electoral college. And if they wanted to do it they had the backup of the justice department claiming that something went terribly wrong with the election. You think they wouldn't have done it. Trump thought they would do it. We know from notes taken by one justice department official during this time period that trump believed the georgia legislature was quote on our side. And would definitely do it. This wasn't a fantasy. This was a real plot. So as i said. We've been covering this pretty intensively this week and over the last couple of weeks a couple of developments to tell you about tonight first of all and this exclusive here. We can report tonight that these new revelations about the post-election election trump plot in georgia this effort spearheaded by trump justice department official jeff clarke to get georgia republicans to effectively nullified. The election result. We can report tonight that according to a person familiar with the investigation these new revelations this new reporting about how trump and jeff clarke apparently targeted georgia in this plot. Those new revelations are considered quote relevant and useful by the investigators in the fulton county district attorney's office who have opened a criminal investigation into president. Trump's alleged efforts to interfere with elections officials in georgia after the november election again. That is an ongoing criminal. Investigation led by fulton. county district. Attorney funny willis. There have been some recent vague reports that the criminal investigation in that office into president trump's actions after the election in georgia that that investigation might have been cooling off or might have been put on the backburner. Somehow we do not believe that is the case and again according to a person familiar with the investigation the new recent revelations about details of the plot against georgia's election results. Those newly reported details are considered quote relevant and useful to the case. That is being assembled by that prosecutor's office so that is one thing you need to know the other thing to know is that the former..

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"jeff clark" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Maybe they're more facts that we don't know about but on these facts under a criminal statute against the former president. The doj doesn't seem to be in that kind of mood but with respect to jeff clark and that's one of the other things that was going on at the same time you know. Bill bar leaves for reasons. We can speculate on. Probably one of those reasons is. It's getting really crazy. And i'm going to be asked to do stuff that i don't want to do. So i'm going to get the hell out of dodge. And so he gets the hell out of dodge such a profile in courage and there was a move to try to put jeff clarke who he mentioned. He's a senior official civil lawyer at the justice department in charge because he was going to be willing to play ball so somebody's wanting to play ball. Some people want to get a dodge and some people. I guess resisted the best they could and by the way. These are not the only things that were said in those conversations. There's also the conversation reflected in the notes. Trump was not only calling for basically a statement of the election was a fraud but he also told us officials quote figure out what to do quote with hunter biden and he says people will criticize the doj. If he's not investigated for so what does all this have to do with the proper role of the justice department. Now i think you have a view when you've been taking a look at a particular statute it's section six ten of title eighteen. What does that make illegal. Well let me start by backing up a little bit. And saying i agree with you that we have not seen a lot of appetite from this justice department to prosecute but i think this conduct is so serious that it minimum. Doj needs to open a very serious investigation looking at at trump's conduct not being afraid to follow evidence. Perhaps if other investigations develop evidence regarding his behavior. Can i pause you there for a second choice. Yeah so some of this information. We're learning because in the ordinary course. The house oversight committee has been asking for certain documents and doj has made a determination as we discussed a minute ago. That some of these very sensational notes should be turned over. There's no protection there's no privilege and so they've been turned over the. Do you believe that as are turning these documents over they are just being sort of a conveyor of information to other bodies like the congress or do you think as we speak. Doj is also doing its own internal review and looking at other documents and notes and communications. That may be privileged. And that may not have been asked for or they may not have been turnover. Because it's the right thing to do or not. I don't know the answer. Obviously but i think that there is sufficient predication for an investigation. And i suspect that they are carefully reviewing everything my hope would be that. They don't do anything particularly in connection. With the congressional investigation that would foreclose prosecution if they develop evidence down the road you know we've all lived through this and sometimes when you live through history it's hard to fully appreciate it but we have lived through a moment where a sitting president of the united states literally tried to steal an election. Tried to do what he accused. Joe biden of and has shamelessly lied with assistance. From you know who knows how many political figures this is the sort of thing that if you're ever going to charge some of the most serious crimes in the criminal code this is the moment to do it six ten the statute that you asked me about may may not be the most serious crime in the criminal code but it certainly important to look at in this context because it criminalizes the coercion of political activity. Can i be nerdy for a minute and just read the statute or is that too boring. Noman read it. Here's what it says..

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"jeff clark" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"It right out of the garbage was the one that was right on all right all right jackie. Because i've seen you tweet me. You wanted to try to get to the boat party. We're going to give away another one today in a feel good friday you listening every single day. You tweeted me today to that. You go into city field tonight right. Yes super excited. What could that so. She's a big fan. Going to city field mike fliegelman. It'll be there tonight. So look for him and his captain's hat daisy wear and his captains using today all right so you and a friend you and your husband. You would anybody perfect. He's getting a treat is well. What's his name. His name is mike. Mike you're going to the boat party with jackie. The two years will be there. I can't wait to meet both year. I am so excited about giving this away. The jack pocket winners boat. Jack pocket play official state lottery games on your phone. You guys are both twenty one obviously and for another chance to win. Go to wfan dot com slash jack pocket congratulations. Stay on. hold all right and fliegelman talk to you and work this out for you and mike all right. Thank you so much. I'm so excited. There she goes look at jackie connecticut and give it away. Another one of those free You know jack pocket Boat party. I know it does makes me feel like i've got some sort of control over something. I think. A lot of control over this yet seems like a lot of credit for it. I'll thank you very much appreciate. Then you know. I've been looking for. I know i've been looking for that credit. You know what it is dave anderson. Yeah jess jeff clark. Three of us. Yes they call us the holy trinity well on him but he's if a do what would you call the holy trinity. What would you call yourselves as your force them. I would say leon seidler is god. I would say. Dave anderson is the holy spirit yes. I'm jesus and jess is holy mary. That's what i would say urgent virtue. That's what i meant to say for holier. Yeah i was gonna say virgin but then that sounded strange. That's okay but but yeah so. She's the virgin. Mary should be okay with that. Yes she's the virgin mary. Okay dave anderson's the holy spirit. Yes i'm jesus right. And leon seidler god. Yeah that's how that's how it's all working that's awesome. Sounds all working for the bow party but But yeah but the thing is like. I feel like i've been no control over anything in my house disciple. No well figurehead. You in the beginning of this yes communicated to me yes it you would have liked me. Do most of the planning for this. Yes so then. I assembled a team. I know you did. I assembled a team and then we made sure kept the stress off for you. You got god i did. I got you got the yeah. We kept the stress off you. Yes one hundred percent you. Well i want you to do is just to show up and enjoy yourself. I'm going to count the shackles for the foundation. That's all. I want you to been very kind. Everybody's been just absolutely terrific. And the i. I love the fact that everybody's participating at every level of this radio station and of course ninety four seven aunts right new york. New york's country very very much appreciative of everybody involved. But i feel like. I've got no control at my house right now. None whatsoever so here..

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"jeff clark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"How's the Your last massive piece was on the surf down there. At Mavericks, which, Yeah. Fix this for serious. Yeah, we got wind that way. Got wind that a Very big swell was coming with a very good conditions. It promised to be all time. And, you know, it turned out to be exactly that which is not always the case. You know, that forecast kind of fizzle out that all those All the hot shots were in town. His kid Kyle, any at least 28 now, But he's the best in the world. He's like the new Laird Hamilton. He he was here. It was an unbelievably glorious state. We got some great photos. I talked to all kinds of people afterward and You know, I was just leaving. It almost surpassed the whole contest concept because that's just that's just kind of a big master trying to keep people away. He was just before the pandemic, you know? Yeah. Off the beach and away from the cliffs. And and this way, you know, you could go out there and get your way you could be. You could be anybody. You could be somebody nobody heard of And it was so big and so so while that it was, it was really spread out so people could take off in different places instead of normally, they're all kind of sitting in one, you know, one pretty tight area and who's going to get this wave and it's a real pecking order. So It was. It was amazing and Mavericks at its finest. Yeah, you wrote in there, And I think it was maverick, sort of like not discovered until relatively recently. Every said the 19 nineties. Was it always known on the coast to locals or what was the deal? Well, I mean, it's obviously always been out there but the dawn of time. If you're driving down the coast, you have no chance of seeing it. You might get down to Ah, Hill Granada and look out and see a bunch of white water, But it's obscured by rocks and sway out there. You'd have no idea but People. We took the time to climb up on the cliff there and and take a look. This is this goes back to the 1919 eighties local guy Jeff Clark. Hey was, he said he's the man. He's the pioneer of Mavericks. He would look at this spot going, you know. That looks really searchable. But the idea of going out way out there, you know, with sharks and you know they didn't have a lease on his board. It just seemed he could He really wanted.

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"jeff clark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"There now. Backto Murph in Mac on KNBR, 1045 and 6 80, the sports leader. Nice Copes heard that this weekend on a happy occasion. That was good. That was good. By the way, Paul, you're Ian's touched a nerve. Nobody wants to talk about Jimmy G's future. They went about Ian's Alright, Polly. That's what that's that's what you've done here. Figure it's worth worth kicking it around to just Again. I want to shout out the whole. The whole riff stems from the greatness of rap sheet every Monday, just coming on delivering the goods like a total pro Ian Rappaport be given us great radio. Now for how many years have we done with the in this number to three shot it to J. C for making blocking that contract? A. J. C. Nice stroke depend there do because this guy's good radio angry. Don't you agree? Like he just the liver's agreed It's the right the right time to the 6 55 Monday morning. It's perfect NFL kind of cherry, and he's always ready. He never. He's never liked you. Couple now in multiples in honor of Sean Connery passed Ian Fleming, who wrote all the great number of Can I Can I circle back on a technicality? I mentioned the lead singer Deep purple before this comes through. I better just defend myself here. I am aware of the fact that deep purple is such a great English band guys they have to Ian's in the same day band. They got a drummer named Ian Pace, and they got a singer named Ian Gillan. So we've got to tell you that what you've done with this is open up the door to a ton of UK rock bands because you just said two in the deep Purple's, Uh huh. And then I threw you the Jethro Tull. And then here comes the rest of the crew cabin. No saying Now this isn't my my sort of my era. Polly are my genre. Sure, The cult has a lead singer named Ian and Raspberry. And then I heard from my good pal Zeke, who's a Ah great figure here in the town of Mill Valley. Who said Ah, come on the Titan who ran Echo and the Bunnymen, Ian McCullough, Polly, Emma Cullen and I had to throw him back on text A spare us the cutter, Polly, that's for the new wave crowd out there. Paul Mac. That's for the new wave crowd. And by the way, keeping it within the Niner family, too, Since nobody has just want to shout out Ian Williams to Ian Williams. Very good. And then another saying, Will you accept the pronunciation? When I end Ziering from 9 to 10? I will accept it. Yes, I will accept it. Okay. Hey, Paulie. We got like, two minutes. Can we revisit the trivia stuff with you? Oh, option. I'm a target now. No light. No. Be confident. You're good at this stuff. All right, All right. I'm gonna Stuart Smalley your ass. You're good enough and people that it was Steve Berman of the athletic did a great thing. He organized a trivia fundraiser for a less charity on DH. Dwight's brother, Jeff Clark came in from North Carolina, Polly at 10 at night on the East, and Jeff's like, ma'am and bed now, Jeff stayed up till midnight. Back with us and in his hopes, and I were lucky enough to be on his breakout team. So we had a really fun time. So we did the 1st 10 questions with Polly Polly shined on some and a and a couple will trip you up. You ready for some now surely ready And this is like a dis Me totally on some of these knuckle balls will mess with you, but be confident. And go with your first guy. Exactly. Let's see what we've got Two minutes to rip through. These are number one with 98 regular season winds and 15 playoff games. This man is the winningest coach in franchise history. George C. For see Polly. That's my main man. Not when it comes to George C for Dude, I got things I got the market cornered, but I stand with George. I guess that's it. And guess what? We talked ourselves out of George C for no, No, no, no, no, because I knew it was safer. But.

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"jeff clark" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"jeff clark" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You the heads up. So hear people screaming, you don't wonder why they have a promotion here. If at any point in. I think the second half the opponents miss chew consecutive free. Throws. Everybody get Smithfield ham. Wow. Can we know how much I don't think they get a whole hand that they get some amp. So if a guy misses one oversight people go wild that'll explain why they're doing it. White uniforms, Virginia Tech and black. Tonight's officials marks Mike Stevens. Jeff Clark and Doug termites. You don't. We often talk about how things are frantic. As when you play your best hasn't been frantic today for the game hasn't quite gone as planned for the team he'll up at Lula didn't get here until about two o'clock afternoon. Yeah. It was way way behind schedule by by time, two o'clock at come around. You went through their original itinerary. They were supposed to have been here into the arena had a shoot around and then been on their way back to the hotel Gary for pre game meal, and they weren't even in the hotel yet. So, but you know, sometimes. A bad rehearsal performance things. Go wrong dines guys together. They play relaxed say listen that was out of our control. These are things we can't control it. Just get our job done surprised to see quite a few of these seats and the one in zone the end zone nearest us to our right students at the other end zone has to. Seats about eleven ready to go. Here's the tip Melik Williams hits it over to the side at little has the first possession as a student's same level here. Just software. Right Cunningham sets up on a little dribble for Louisville starts with the right tools to Sutton gets it right back over to the right? Go with a double team. He's in trouble, backout Sutton chocolate nearing. Ten dribbles left the beltway to four one four. One four starts. Baseline out the Williams a free for the front left. No good. Bye Williams long rebound run down in the corner. Piece of Virginia Tech played a season, high forty minutes the other day in large part because of the injury to Robinson normally plays a less than half that there are very thin right now, basically about.

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