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KSFO-AM

03:09 min | 3 months ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"On. John Hannity is back on the radio. 25 till the top of the hour. 809 41, Sean, If you want to be a part of this extravaganza, let me go back to this whole argument. Whole impeachment shift show charade the whole thing. What is it predicated on That the comments of Donald Trump of the January 6 rally incited people to go and then invade the Capitol building. Um well, it they completely the managers in the gate. The main point, which which is pretty simple, And that is many of you will peacefully peacefully peacefully and patriotic Lee march to the capital, so your voices will be heard. Well, he said, fight like hell when we've played over and over again, Democrats and even media figures are you need to fight you need to fight harder needed again, based on their definition that would be inciting insurrections. But now there's a big, big problem with their entire snap impeachment and that is and the media is having to report it will play the long version here of how media now has to admit that the capital attack Was pre planned A Costco Cortez knew it. Ah, apparently, the FBI knew it. We now have court documents. We have investigators from the FBI and we have video evidence of him everything in between. Well, it totally dismantles the idea that this was a spontaneous incitement of insurrection. Anyway, Here's your media mob Democrats. Yeah, Reporting that whoopsie Daisy Trump couldn't have caused that unless even part of the planning and nobody's even making that charge of the big questions for investigators has been whether or not whether the people who attacked the capital whether this was a just, Ah, mob that just got out of control or whether there was planning and we're learning from people were talking to, uh Familiar with the investigation that they're getting indications some evidence that they're seeing that indicates that there was some level of planning. They've noticed from looking at surveillance cameras from looking at some of the weaponry that showed up that there were people who were at the lips where there was a trump rally earlier in the day, some people left the scene off that rally. Early and appeared to have gone to retrieve weapons that then turned up at the scene off the riot at the Catholic based on everything the FBI has learned. It was not some sort of spontaneous decision by a bunch of quote protesters to go up to Capitol Hill and Storm Capitol Hill. This was all planned out and now to the chilling new report. There was an FBI internal report the day before the siege warning of a violent war at the Capitol in new reporting that the FBI received a very specific warning before the riot. Spring in CBS is Jeffrey Gaze who's been reporting.

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"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:38 min | 3 months ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is their president. We are talking about and we in Congress had better be very careful. But before we have set their decision And make darn sure that our decision to impeach him was based upon principle. And not politics. My theory is that when the Republican wins the White House Democrats will demand pay back. All right, let's get to our busy telephones here. Let's say hi to Let's see. Eva is in Florida. Eva Hi. How are you? Glad you called. Thanks, John. I'm Sean. I just wanted to ask you a couple questions real quick. Number one. Why is our taxpayer dollars going to try to impeach somebody who's not even in office? That's number one number two that money could be used for the people in their constituents. And they're wasting all this time on all the circus and they're not helping the people. I mean, what is this? Really? They should pay the people back for the four years of sham impeachment and pay the people back or what they're trying to do. Right now. This is coming out of our tax payer dollars and it really upsets me. It should upset you because it listen. Look at all the people that got pink slips. Thanks to Joe Biden, the 50 some odd now executive orders This is not the people's business that's going on here. You know this? This is this is a rational psychotic rage, just outright hatred. You know the danger to the Constitution, the whole snap impeachment why they would ever validate legitimize what the House did is unbelievable to me and because it's not a legitimate process. They raced through it record time anyway, I I share. I share your feelings. One more thing before I did before going into your busy man. But listen, Trump said, I'm going to do these things. If you elect me, he has checked off almost every box except draining the deep. Build a flop. What has what has the Democrats done? Where's their checklist? What have they checked off? That they've done for the people for America for our freedoms? Nothing except suppressant. Listen, your your right. Every American should be angered at all of this. You know, That's why I keep saying and people like, what do you mean? You wanted to go on for a long political is long as they wanted to go. Let him impeach every day. Let's go for 99 more by the time they're done with this one. Because every day they do it, That's less damage that they're doing to the American economy. Now they should be doing things like covert vaccine distribution, helping small businesses that have been struggling. Shut down Draconian. Shutdown measures that have been in place they should be worried about. Oh, those oil workers. The pipeline workers know there. They'd rather listen to Leonardo DiCaprio. Now, now shut down the kota pipeline. Well, obviously, he doesn't have to worry about it himself. It's just sad. And anyway, thank you for the call. And then on top of it all, then you got the mob. The media. Now, after the snap impeachment Oh, this was all pre planned. Oh, my goodness. Hope. Well, I guess the incitement to insurrection charge spontaneous nature of it campy, true if it was pre planned I got a long montage here. Just listen to the media, you know, having to report on this being pre planned. I want to get to this issue of coordination and premeditation because only this is really the leading edge of this investigation. And for the first time today we heard the U. S attorney say that he believes the pipe bombs are connected to the riders and that it was a diversionary tactic. So right at the height of this between 12 45 And 1 15. When President Trump is speaking, you have the first group pushing on to the Capitol complex. The first pipe bomb is reported at the RNC headquarters here in Washington. Then it won 15 the second is reported at the DNC and the U. S attorney said today he thought they were diversionary, which means they were an effort to pull first responders away from the capital. At the very time frame that they were breaching onto the capital, so it would further weakened security at that site, and all of this goes to I'm sorry. It's a long answer. It all goes to the idea of premeditation and coordination among individuals. That chilling new report that there was an FBI internal report the day before the siege, warning of a violent war at the Capitol in new reporting that the FBI received a very specific warning. Before the riot. Let's bring in CBS is Jeffrey Gaze has been reporting all day. Good evening, Jeff, nor that I noticed warned of Maura at the Capitol. But for some reason, Security wasn't stepped up there to meet the challenge that that attack would post on how much of it was planned. How much of this was strategized ahead of time? People wandering around exercising their first Amendment rights don't bring ropes and ladders and sledgehammers to a spontaneous event. This was a planned assault as if going after our castle. Such rank hypocrisy, right, Let's get back to our phones. Robert, Texas. What's up, Robert? How are you? Glad you called, sir. Glad you're in a state that as well, good, decent amount of common sense and decency. God bless Texas. I got a question for you. Shall I bless Texas? I agree. So how is it or why is it that Chief Justice Roberts is not proceeding at this kangaroo court? That's part one Are two is why doesn't the judicial branch grow a spine and stop this travesty with a 9 to 0 vote? About its constitutionality. You know, they all took them both to protect, defend and follow the Constitution. And right now they're lying toe 330 million Americans. They? You know, you raise an interesting point that Chief Justice isn't there for a reason. Now, how would you like to have a quote, impeachment trial or any trial? And the judge is already determined before the start of the trial that you're guilty as hell, Boy. That sounds like the American way, doesn't it? That sounds like a good old American way to me. Unbelievable times. Robert. Yep. God bless Texas. Moses. New Joys, e. What's up, Moses? How are you? I'm doing great song. Great to talk to you, my friend. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. All right, So a couple comments I want to make Shawn and I've seen it, especially after liking of the event has happened last couple of months, but I understand even more clearly. Now why Trump got elected? It's because of Republican weakness and inaction. Decades of it. You know, the Republicans don't have to fight back. All they have to do is just simply respond in kind We've now had to unconstitutional impeachment. We've had Adam Schiff completely destroyed President when it comes to impeachment, released phone records of sitting members of Congress released phone records illegally of lawyers like Rudy Giuliani and other and other private citizens. You know, And now the hypocrisy you have al. See Hastings. They're talking about impeachment. Right? You have policy. Hastings, congressman from Florida Democrat who was a judge that was impeached for bribery, and he sits on the Democrat Rules Committee is the vice chairman. But yet they want to go after what you want to go out there..

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"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:21 min | 3 months ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Council. This crap. It's us. It's really a horrible thing. It's like torture actually offered a food bonus. You can order is much you buried scrub up food that you can possibly consume in the time that you you must suffer through all of this. Uh oh, man, Linda, Thank God It's not us, right? Thank God 100%. Could you imagine? I know it's not. It's too much. I think Linda would break the TV. Well, Linda would break the TV. She still might. By the time this is all said, and done, that's going and you just have no idea where that's going to end up, But we'll be watching. It's it's going to get interesting now is three arguments here one the constitutional argument. Jurisdictional issues included. They don't have jurisdiction Number two is going to be, Oh, the snap Impeachment with no witnesses, no defense, no due process, nothing and how they raced to get this done because that's what the Democrats do for political purposes. Now it's a political show trial. Because 45 senators say no, It's not constitutional. Every senator, by the way, I don't care what your political point of view is. You should not be validating this. This is dangerous. Validate and legitimize what the House did here. Here's an example gonna play. The longer montage pay attention. Now remember a Costco? Cortez says she knew a week in advance. That this was likely going to happen. And we had you know, the chief of police Capitol police? Yeah, asking in advance for the National Guard Trump offering the National Guard Mark Meadows, saying on Sunday morning morning futures with Maria What aroma over the weekend. So all of that happened Then. Now we have court filings and FBI investigators saying it and now that has had to result because the mob, the media went along with all things Democrats because they're the press office. And even they now know they could not ignore it anymore, especially when the video came out of the pipe bomb pipe bombs actually being planted ahead of time, which now investigators are telling us believe was A diversion ery tactic to inflict even more damage. Maybe. But here's the mob. The media now again going against the very impeachment that the premise of the impeachment which is the incitement to insurrection, listen for the big questions for investigators has been whether or not whether the people who attacked the capital whether this was a just, Ah, mob that just got out of control or whether there was planning and we're learning from people were talking to, uh Familiar with the investigation that they're getting indications some evidence that they've seen that indicates that there was some level of planning they've noticed from looking at surveillance cameras from looking at some of the weaponry that showed up That there were people who were at the Ellipse, where there was a trump rally earlier in the day, Some people left the scene off that rally early and appeared to have gone to retrieve weapons that then turned up. The scene of the riot at the Catholic based on everything the FBI has learned. It was not some sort of spontaneous decision by a bunch of quote protesters to go up to Capitol Hill and Storm Capitol Hill. This was all planned out. I want to get to this issue of coordination and premeditation, because only this is really the leading edge of this investigation. And for the first time today we heard the U. S attorney say that he believes the pipe bombs are connected to the riders and that it was a diver. Visionary tactic. So right at the height of this between 12 45 and 1 15. When President Trump is speaking, you have the first group pushing on to the Capitol complex. The first pipe bomb is reported at the RNC headquarters here in Washington. Then it won 15 the second is reported at the DNC and the U. S attorney said today he thought they were diversionary, which means they were an effort to pull first responders. Away from the capital at the very time frame that they were breaching onto the capital, so it would further weakened security at that site, and all of this goes to I'm sorry. It's a long answer. It all goes to the idea of premeditation and coordination among individuals. Now that chilling new report that there was an FBI internal report the day before the siege, warning of a violent war at the Capitol in new reporting that the FBI received a very specific warning. Before the riot. Let's bring in CBS is Jeffrey Gaze has been reporting all day. Good evening, Jeff. Or that? Yeah, I noticed warned of Maura at the Capitol. But for some reason, Security wasn't stepped up there to meet the challenge that that attack would pose on how much of it was planned. How much of this was strategized ahead of time? People wandering around exercising their First Amendment rights don't bring ropes and ladders and sledgehammers to a spontaneous event. This was a planned assault as if going after our castle a week before. One week before the week prior to the insurrection. I started to get text messages. That I needed to be careful. And that in particular, I needed to be careful about The six and those text messages came from other members of Congress. Not they were not threats. But they were other members, saying that they knew Premeditated planned attacks they plotted. They plan they schemed. The FBI was warned. And nobody did anything. Nobody. Why Why That's our capital. We the Pete. That's the country's This is Thies air, our institutions. Why didn't they do anything? You know of prepared assault. So that takes the entire argument. The entire article of the snap impeachment. And it disintegrates. It..

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WTOP

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WTOP

"Relief package gets him recovers. We are united As one for a big bowl package. But Senate Democrats have made it clear they're willing to move ahead without support from Republicans. Even as talks continue with both sides, he will negotiate in good faith to of the president's closest congressional allies from his home state of Delaware say negotiations continue over sticking points, including direct payments and state and local aid, and that CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand at the White House, a newly revealed video shows three of the former Minneapolis police officers charged And George Floyd's death, detaining a different black man. Just three weeks before Floyd's fatal arrest, the police had responded to a call about a woman being held hostage and an apartment building the most well known officer of them all in the Floyd cases. Former cop Derrick Sheldon. CBS News correspondent, Jeffrey Gaze has more on the upcoming trial goes on trial next month. The other three former officers, they're going to be tried together in August. Meanwhile, on a separate track is the Justice Department's civil war. Rights investigation into Floyd's killing. Minnesota politicians clashed over who should pay for security during next month's murder trial of former police officer Derek Sheldon. New tonight, a White police officer in Columbus, Ohio, indicted on murder charges in the shooting death of a black man there late last year. Officer Adam Coy have responded to a non emergency call involving a parked car back in December. Police body Cam footage showed the victim 47 year old Andre Hill, emerging from a garage and holding up a cell phones. Seconds before he is fatally shot. Hill was on the garage floor for several minutes without an officer on scene coming.

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WTOP

02:08 min | 3 months ago

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"Should have a man who had tunnels under his house. I'm making clarity. The Wizard's lose to Atlanta at home, and it was tough end to the week on Wall Street, the Dow down 621. It's 11 o'clock. If CBS News on the hour sponsored by progressive insurance on that Piper in New York first, it was visor than Madonna. Now, Johnson and Johnson says it has a covert 19 vaccine ready, and it'll ask for emergency approval as early as next week. It's not a strong as some of its to Sean rivals. But Madame Maman, Global head of R and D for Johnson and Johnson's pharmaceutical Division, says it is a vaccine for everyone really good advocacy. Same level of protection across all age groups from the very young to the middle aged to the very old, he says. It's also effective against the variant identified in South Africa and now present in the US Elaine Carbs, CBS News Outrage in New York and against Governor Andrew Cuomo, the state attorney general, says the number of those who do Died from covert 19 in nursing homes was under counted, and that a lack of compliance But residents at risk WCBS TV s Alice Gaynor, the D O. H contends nothing in the guidance stated that a facility should accept patients who could not be safely cared for if they took a person who was not. Who they could not care for a covert positive person. They violated the law. In addition to the office of the attorney general, other law enforcement agencies have ongoing investigations into nursing homes. Federal police are still rounding those who attacked the capital earlier this month. Dozens have been arrested so far and more than 800 are believed to have gotten inside. On that day. CBS is Jeffrey Gaze says security is getting tighter by the day for lawmakers increase security around members of Congress, CBS News has learned that there's a new system in place that allows them to share their travel plans with police because there have been so many threats to their safety. Winter storm making its way east across the country from California.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:23 min | 4 months ago

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"Chili right now, but Sonny 34 degrees in Boston. Plenty of sunshine and blue sky for you at 12 Noon. Good afternoon to you on the Saturday I'm Tina Gal, and here's what's happening. The FBI is using cell phone data and videos taken inside the U. S Capitol to try and find and charge those responsible for this week's deadly attack is also trying to determine what the larger gold of the assault might have been. Let's find out more from CBS is Jeffrey Gaze to Washington may not be over in the mob storming the Capitol. Investigators say they were armed white supremacists and anti government delicious There are celebrations online, according to the Anti Defamation League. Some of the post include threats to the inauguration. Trump will be sworn in for a second term on January 20th Round two on January 20th this time, no mercy. At least five people died when supporters of President Trump's stormed the capital. On Wednesday. Ah Capitol police officer died of injuries sustained during the melee. Ah woman protester was fatally shot by police and three people died from medical emergencies. Related to the uprising. On Wednesday, the six president Trump loses his primary megaphone after Twitter permanently shuts down his personal account, breaking off his connection to nearly 90 million followers on Twitter. They also suspended an account used by his campaign. This comes as political figures from both sides of the political aisle intensified calls for the president to resign or face a potential second impeachment for allegedly inciting Storming Wednesday storming of the U. S. Capitol. CBS NEWS Washington Correspondent Paula Reed has more from the White House. The draft article of impeachment incitement of insurrection, alleges that President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endangered the security of the United States. He would be the first president to be impeached twice. But some Republicans believe there just isn't enough time. Democrats in Congress are trying to send a message to the nation in the world that mob violence inspired by a White House will not stand. Impeachment proceedings could begin on Monday. Two people are in custody in Massu, in accused of assaulting a state trooper. Authorities say the trooper was attacked while responding to reports of a fight between a man and a woman in the middle of Lowell Street, the whole thing captured on video by passing motorists that couple turn on the trooper before running into some nearby woods. They were eventually captured and now are facing a couple of charges. These charges include assaulting an officer and also resisting arrest. Trooper, meanwhile, was treated at Lawrence General Hospital for shoulder injury and has since been released. Randolph Police are searching for two suspects in a drive by shooting that wounded a mother and her son. Police say it happened around 11 15 last night as a pair walked along Pleasant Street and Randolph. Police say a car pulled up shots were fired in the car, then quickly sped off. The 60 year old woman was treated at a hospital in Brockton for a non life threatening wound to her arm and her 26 year old son treated at a Boston hospital for shoulder wound. Authorities say at this point, they do not believe the shooting was random. And anyone with information is asked to call Randolph Police right away Coronavirus cases reaching all time record highs yet again here in Massachusetts. More on that coming up in just about two minutes. Stay right here back to the roads right now. 12, 03 traffic and weather together, starting with a Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. What's happening, Rob? Well, Tina, we have some delays now coming into the city. Looks like we have something inside this south out O'Neal tunnel. It's out of our camera range in the tunnel, but it looks like it could be just near the airport exit. That first off ramp. It should come inside the South bound O'Neill tunnel heading to Logan because we are seeing volumes turning toe jam up on there's a Cambridge getting into the South Count O'Neill Tunnel. Lever connector just a little bit slow at the bottom Approaching star. Oh, no problems over the Tobin or in the airport tunnels south of town. The expressway looks good. And Andrew three is in good shape along the South Shore. Occasionally, some slowdowns of the offer empty Union Street. 24 95 or okay down to Rhode Island. No complaints along 1 28 western town in 2 90 Year, Okay and north of the City three and 93 year, Okay, heading up to New Hampshire, Rob Hackle. Ow! Biggs traffic on.

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01:33 min | 7 months ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WTOP

"19 ahead of an event he is hosting at the White House today, just over a week after saying he and the first lady tested positive for the virus, CBS a chip Reid says that illness is affecting the debate schedule with the president's Democratic rival. The second presidential debate has now officially been canceled in the Trump campaign is blaming the debate commission. They say that they are biased in favor of Joe Biden, even though Is a bipartisan commission. The White House says it will issue a statement once the president has a clean bill of health. Two days after the announcement of indictments in a plot to kidnap Michigan's governor, CBS's Jeffrey Gaze reports there are more terror threats. CBS News obtained FBI bulletin that went out last week. Warning that anti government extremists are potentially focused on sparking violence in the next three months up to the January 2021 inauguration, and that presidential elections could be a flash point. There is a new report estimating that 29 million women and girls are victims of modern day slavery that includes everything from forced labor to forced marriage and domestic servitude. The walk Free anti slavery organization says that means one in every 130 women and girls are being victimized that is larger than the population of Australia. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP 11.

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02:19 min | 10 months ago

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"A new oxygen tanks for him and grabbing on to a hose and spraying water. Whatever. We're a family here, sweet we take care of each other officials urging residents to shelter in place after possible tornadoes. Touchdown cruise gearing up for rescue and damage assessments. We do have an urgent from the National Weather Service for Connecticut. There is a tornado watch course This is the precursor to a warning, So it's not a severe but there is a threat. In the following counties of Connecticut, Hartford, Wyndham, Litchfield and Tolan Tallinn counties of Connecticut right now, so we're watching. That is some very heavy storms move into parts of Connecticut. This is all part of the tropical storm system that's headed our way. Now, plenty of utility crews from out of state have arrived in New England to help Rhode Island and Massachusetts with the power restoration once the storm hits National grid, accepting the help, and Kim Tan a cliff has more from Providence. They're ready to go. The 270 crews from the service Electric company in Tennessee are staging in Providence, where trucks are lined up row after row in the parking lot of the Marriott. The crews are here to help national grid with its storm response in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Part of our group is working on Nash if tonight so we're expecting the storm to move in tonight. Those guys will take the first wave of it and part of this will be on the day shift tomorrow services. Trick, General Foreman John Rouse says they could be here for up to a week. Depending on how hard the storm hits our area. 3 to 5 days, maybe seven. We have enough help. We can get things put back together rather quickly in Providence, Kim Tana Cliff W. B Z Boston's news Radio, 48 new footage of George Floyd's arrest and death. Have been leaked to the media. The video is from the body cameras of two police officers involved in the arrest. CBS's Jeffrey Gaze with details for the first time to leak body camera video show the encounter with George Floyd from the officer's perspective. In one officer Thomas Layne confronts Floyd trying to get him out of an SUV. A gun. Aimed in his direction Now later in the footage, Floyd drops to the ground..

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:37 min | 10 months ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm Allison G's Millions of families. They're in danger of losing their homes. A moratorium on evictions for federally backed housing expired last week it covered more than 12 million households. But housing advocates warn that the actual number of those that could be evicted could be much higher and a homeless crisis is on the way. CBS's Adriana Dias spoke to some families at risk. Shamika Rollins, eight Children share two bedrooms here in Richmond, Virginia. She's worried about losing their home after she says she received an eviction notice. Inju birthing panting. Then that thing I look, and I'm like I got my keys, his like. Okay, Now you got to figure this out. She was behind on rent before the pandemic. Go. Then, as covert appeared, half her income disappeared when her hours as a home health aide were cut. Her family helped her pay roughly $8000 a node rent, but she's still behind. It's got to be overwhelming. I have a lot of sleepless nights. My man is costly raising, you know, with with your next move. Catherine, a czar and Colorado works with show horses but has been out of work and unable to pay rent since March. She told us she hasn't seen a dollar of unemployment money. It's a nightmare. I don't think anybody should have to go through this. If you can't get the money together or work out a deal By today, she'll head to eviction court. It's hard for me, Teo. Conceive of Someone being willing Tio put another person out in the street. In the middle of a deadly pandemic. And I'm high risk. I'm 70. I have heart issues, and I'm diabetic. They're just two of the 43 million Americans at risk of eviction in the coming months. For context. About one million Americans were evicted in the year after the great recession and 30 states currently allow evictions to continue during the pandemic as eviction bands start to phase out across the country. Are we looking at a tsunami of evictions? I don't think that tsunami can have adequately captured the number of cases that we anticipate. America. Brooks thinks it'll be worse. She's the director of housing at Legal Aid Chicago court. They're going to be flooded unless landlords make a good faith effort to try to be patient and also to try to resolve rent dispute issues and the way that does not involve the court system, your method to unfortunate leases by using the courts and filing Eviction action Landlord Paul Arena is with the Illinois Rental Property Owners Association. He argues the pandemic has actually had a minimal impact on rent payments. So far, members of his organization have sued Illinois's governor over the state's evictions Ban, arguing landlords are unfairly bearing the burden. What about all the people advocates who say it's just plain wrong to evict someone during a pandemic? No, it's always a miserable experience. People. Somebody who's experiencing it can show that they have a legitimate hardship. We're willing to work with them, but to deny us access to the courts where you can sort everything out. That's a problem. Studies show women of color are at higher risk of eviction. This Florida mother lost her waitressing job and her home during the pandemic. She's been living in a motel. Her kids are staying with her mother at night. It really hits me like when I can't even know my presence about it gets very emotional. We interviewed her days after she tested positive for Kovar feel like I'm getting hit from left to right with everything going on with my situation is like What's next. Two days later, she was hospitalized with symptoms. Health and housing crisis colliding. I spoke to her on the phone, and she is now out of the hospital and doing much better. Shamika Rollins, landlord says they offer rent relief programs and always encourage tenants to seek help through state programs. As for Catherine, A's are her landlord said she tried to work something out with Cesar, but they haven't been able to reach an agreement. Adriana Diaz. CBS NEWS Chicago, The Justice Department this week said it would expand a federal initiative called Operation Legend and send 100 federal agents and officers to Detroit, Cleveland, Ohio in Milwaukee. But some big city mayors have expressed concerns pointing to the aggressive use of federal forces in Portland, Oregon. Amid weeks of protests, some violent over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody. CBS's Jeffrey Gaze joins us to explain this is an upper to partner relations with local and state law enforcement. To try to get a handle on this rising crime in some of the America's major cities, and it's a program that is now spread, too. Six American cities. Kansas City, Chicago, Albuquerque, Detroit, Cleveland in Milwaukee, Because what we're seeing is we're seeing Matic spikes and grind. In some of these cities. Cleveland, for example, is currently experiencing a a significant Increase in violent crime, with homicides, currently up more than 13% in shootings up over 35% compared to the same town last year. And so You're seeing these dramatic spikes and you know, in the past years we've had situations with the feds have partnered with state local and that's what we're seeing again here. Still, there's been a lot of pushback, though, from officials and several cities, beginning with Lori Lightfoot in Chicago, and I know she's sense backed off. But in many cities there have been concerned that these federal law enforcement People will be used to break up the ongoing protest in many places over police brutality, and there's been a lot of concerned that this is a way to make a Democratic led cities look bad as we go into the election in November. Yeah, that's been part of the problem. Less Jane from the feds as a really hasn't been effective, especially when you have The situation's unfolding like we saw in Portland with triple agents they're protecting, or, in their words protecting federal property. In clashing with protesters operation legend Isn't that according to the feds, and we're hearing, US officials say that when they announced Operation legend just trying to make sure that the public knows that there's a little station With Operation legend, These federal agents will team up with state and local officials to provide federal assistance and that could include tracing Iron's. It could include tracing shell casings that could include helping to attract wanted fugitives. And so this is a much different stands. Then the one that we saw in are seeing in Portland, where federal agents have Have clashed with protesters. That's not what this is. It's totally separate. But you can. You can see how the public as confused the Jew in really. Some public officials have confused the two As well because there's sort of unfolding at the same time, and it's easy to get that bottle picture. CBS is Jeff for gays coming up a call to arms at the funeral of civil rights icon John Lewis. There's no man I didn't set out Any fight. That's next on the CBS News weekend.

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03:30 min | 10 months ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is that if it does not happen before the end of this legislative session, there are so many other priorities and concerns that will drowned out all this unique political moment. Right now we have the Legislature's attention, but if we don't move now, the fear is that it does. I get addressing an appropriate way. The reform bill picked up political moment and after the death of George Floyd, the black man whose death with the police officers need to his neck in Minneapolis, touched off a wave of protest nationwide at the Statehouse. Mike Macklin w B Z Boston's news radio New information emerging about the case of Briana Taylor, the young black woman Who was shot and killed back in March in her own home by Louisville police executing a known OG warrant. She remained alive and breathing after being shot multiple times by officers. But CBS is Jeffrey Gazed. House has no medical assistance was provided March 13th Raid remains under investigation by the FBI and the Kentucky State attorney general. Police targeted the home erroneously believing that it was being used by a drug dealer to receive packages. Taylor's death has been a rallying cry for protest across Louisville in the country. Demonstrators have called for criminal charges against the officers involved. He also tells as police did not find any drugs inside that apartment in Portland, Oregon. Protests continue as the Trump administration vows to crack down On the weeks of violent rallies and demonstrations. Protesters there are now alleging that federal officer sent in by the Department of Homeland Security are making unlawful arrests and detaining people without cause. Governor Kate Brown says the president is attempting to distract the country from his pandemic response. And the Oregon has asked for assistance and has been rebuffed by the Trump Administration believe that this is an attempt by the Trump administration to distract from his failure to lead and By strong leadership. Ah national response to the cova, £19 multiple videos posted online showing camouflage clad officers without clear identification badges using force an unmarked vehicles to transport arrested protesters in the state of mounds of truce. It's with one exception well into phase three of the re opening of businesses during the covert 19 crisis. The city of Somerville holding out Sommerville has now moved its date for the Face. Three starting Monday, August 3rd Mayor Joe Carder Tony says he wants to see Corona virus numbers, stay study or trend downward. He also referenced in New York Times hot spot tracker, which he said shows cases moving upward in the Middlesex County over the past two weeks. He believes Face three started far too early hereabouts. Choose it, and he's also pointing to other states like California. That air seeing a major resurgence recently of the covert 19 virus. Ah factory in Alabama is trying to meet the need for millions of vials to deliver a covert 19 vaccine. Once that's officially created, CBS's Jane got a tour of the factory contracts don't mean goods in hand. That is always a A wrist quantity conference for is not quantity you can fastest vaccine for the mums was developed in four years. The government compares this effort to putting a man on the moon. $163 million being invested to expand and upgrade the plan in Auburn, Alabama,.

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"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WTOP

"Stopping the Trump administration, however, from putting pressure on schools to open this fall, CBS NEWS White House correspondent Ben Tracey reports President Trump once again at odds with his own medical experts as he continues to relentlessly push America schools to reopen. I want to learn in the classroom, so our schools we want him open in the fall. He's also threatening to defund schools that don't open, though he has little power to do so and criticizing the CDC school safety guidelines, calling them very tough and expensive. The head of the CDC later said those guidelines were not written with the idea of keeping schools closed. New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he'll determine when schools will re open in his state, not the president. If it's not safe for my child, it's not safe for your child. So we'll get the data and we'll make that decision in August. CBS's Jim Carcela has an update on an outbreak of covert 19 in one Southern state House. The number of Corona virus cases linked to an outbreak at the Mississippi capital in Jackson has grown to 36 That includes 26 legislators, The state's Republican speaker of the House and Republican lieutenant governor have both tested positive for covert 19. Many politicians ignored recommendations. Toe wear a mask inside the Mississippi capital in recent weeks. Since the covert crisis began. CBS's Jeffrey Gaze reports that many Asian Americans have been targeted by racial slurs in physical attacks. MIDLAND, Texas In March a hate crime attack their left a man and his two year old with knife wounds across their faces. In April in New York, a man poured acid on an Asian American woman from China. I need to know there have been more than 2000 reports in the US of discrimination and harassment aimed at Asian Americans since mark the Supreme Court is expected to rule on Thursday whether President Trump must turn over his tax and financial records. CBS is Steve Dorsey. Reports from Washington. President Trump has long blocked the release of his financial records, including tax returns, saying he's been the subject of a long running audit. Now the Supreme Court could decide if and how much information should be turned over to a New York City grand jury and Democratic led House committees who have subpoenaed Mr Trump's accounting in bank records. A couple of developing stories were watching at least one person is dead, another injured after a violent tornado touched down near Asbury, Minnesota. Rescuers in California will resume their search at first light for missing actress Naya Rivera. The 33 year old Glee star last seen on a boat in like Peru, Ventura County on Thursday. This is CBS News Doubled, Ethiopia, 203 Thursday.

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"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President Dr Scott Hagen opened the service with prayer lord your word in proverbs thirty one is dynamically clear it says to speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves ensure justice for those being crushed yes speak up for the poor and the helpless and see that they get justice CBS is Jeffrey gaze on the criminal investigation this is a difficult cases that you can prosecute and so it is important that you call to the public this is something that's going to take some time CBS news special report I'm bill break off and it's now three seventeen the Minnesota Attorney General saying it will be a challenge to convict the four officers involved in the death of George Floyd it more on that now from A. B. C.'s Ryan burl the medical examiner's report shows George Floyd did have health issues and also had drugs in his system when he was arrested but Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says those factors did not contribute to Floyd's death you can't say that well the person who are victimized was not in the very perfect picture of health so it's their fault that they died at my hands three of the former officers arrested yesterday appear in court today about the same time a memorial will be held for George Floyd in Minneapolis Ribeiro A. B. C. news Minneapolis at three seventeen we are now seeing indications the shooting death of almost armory in Georgia was racially motivated the Georgia bureau of investigation in agent involved in the case Richard dial testifying in a statement to police what one of the men said is sorry was lying on the ground strongman said that after the shooting took place before police arrival well Mr Aubrey was on the ground that he heard Travis Michael make a statement father and son Gregory Travis McMichael along with William Bryan junior are being charged with murder and aggravated assault it's now three eighteen the Pentagon reversing their order in there now keeping soldiers in the nation's capital after opposing the insurrection act for George Floyd protests calling for accountability in his murder defense secretary mark esper reversed his decision to send some active duty troops home from the Washington DC area the troops were sent to be on standby in case they were needed in the nation's capital amid ongoing protests earlier Wednesday a U. S. official said those soldiers were to be sent back to Fort Bragg while some military police units would remain staged at joint base Andrews but a few hours later a Pentagon spokesperson said there was no change secretary esper said Wednesday that he does not currently support the deployment of active duty military troops on city streets as president trump has threatened to order saying the National Guard is best suited for providing support to local law enforcement Catherine folders A. B. C. news Washington at three nineteen more and more fencing is being put up around the right how White House is well as higher fencing comes after those protests against the death of George floor that occurred right near the iconic building there reportedly sent the president into a bunker late last week however the president telling a fox news talk radio program that he did not hide in the bunker as protests were outside it's right now to tack on police officers in Brooklyn last night could be terror related peers to be a completely.

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"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Earn your to WBZ newsradio will have continued updates and reaction to the cancellation of the running of the marathon joining us at five fifteen this afternoon WBZ radio Boston Marathon analyst Sharon Bob Donna with her thoughts on the cancellation the violent protests in Minneapolis in the wake of the killing of George Floyd while he was being taken into custody by police the city's famed Lake Street saw violence and damage the city of Minneapolis erupted overnight at least parts of the city did as protest escalated into violence in a shopping center in south Minneapolis several buildings were on fire or already destroyed we saw people looting they didn't seem to care that some of them were on camera meanwhile the justice department has released a statement saying that it is conducting a robust criminal investigation into the circumstances surrounding George Floyd's death Jeffrey gaze CBS news Minneapolis locally reaction to forge death including Boston police commissioner William Crossley commissioner tweeted by sympathy and condolences to the family of George Floyd grass going on to say he supports the decision of Minneapolis police chief to terminate the four officers who were involved Boston mayor Marty Walsh says he's deeply disturbed by the death and says his heart breaks for Floyd's family also says he spoke briefly to the mayor of Minneapolis after several days and several states a manhunt for UConn senior accused of two murders comes to an end at a truck stop in Maryland CBS's Laura Podesta with more on the capture of Peter Manfredonia Manfredonia family attorney confirmed he suffers from mental health issues it's going to therapy for years law enforcement credits the use of surveillance and social media for spreading information quickly leading to Manfredonia is capture authority said he will likely face state and federal charges Medford ore is accused of killing two people and kidnapping another vital three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes that we ship it out by well not so bad this afternoon band things are pretty good on the expressway south bound coming out of the tunnel you will find reduced speeds down after Columbia road yeah you're on the brakes down past the gas tank otherwise you're good Boston to Braintree nor count is good all the way in route three south bound is clear fifteen minutes Braintree down to route fifty three that lower stretch of one twenty eight fine from sea wall pfam down to ninety five in canton and a good ride continues ninety five really all the way to the Rhode Island line nothing in your way there are delays on the mass turnpike westbound stop and go over a mile Sturbridge into Brimfield yeah that's ongoing road work out after the eighty four interchange to the north now the latest on route one we go to the mall for a insurance copter well it better way down through revered to check out a crash that it happened everyone does after the Senate votes at route sixty that is gone so all the travel lanes are open the work crews arrive before regarding the loggers are also guns of the lanes are open there things are doing pretty well at this point for the Tobin bridge four Topsfield Kristin Acuff offering insurance copter things are also good on route three in ninety three they're both fine up to the new Hampshire line and it's pretty quiet downtown for coming in to use the lower deck of ninety three the Tobin bridge store Dr they're all good miking with WBZ's traffic.

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on WTOP

"Two thirty six clean up is underway along Minneapolis's paint Lake Street it follows the second straight night of violent protests over the death of George Floyd the black man who died in police custody on Monday the city of Minneapolis erupted overnight at least parts of the city did as protests escalated into violence in a shopping center in south Minneapolis several buildings were on fire or already destroyed we saw people looting they didn't seem to care that some of them were on camera meanwhile the justice department has released a statement saying that it is conducting a robust criminal investigation into the circumstances surrounding George Floyd's death Jeffrey gaze CBS news Minneapolis and you today the National Security Agency has released a rare cyber security advisory to the public the message beware of Russian military hackers according to when I say Russian cyber actors from the G. R. U. main center for special technologies have been exploiting a vulnerability in the unix and some Lennix operating systems since at least August of twenty nineteen the problem is in the extra mail transfer agent it allows unauthenticated remote attackers to send specially crafted emails to execute commands allowing the hackers to install programs modify data and create new accounts NSA is urging system administrators to patch the systems immediately JJ green WTOP news latest on our forecast will talk about today's jobless numbers next to thirty seven we're just in time for Ashley home stores biggest Memorial Day sale happening now save sixty percent off plus free delivery by Ashley.

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"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on Unfilter

"He accused james komi again of leaking classified information jeffrey gazes outside fbi headquarters in washington with what we've learned from those memos jeff good morning good morning in all there are seven memos in yes some of those memos are classified and they've been partially redacted komi says that he wrote those memos after conversations with president trump between january and april of two thousand seventeen i'm sure the special counsel is considering my recollection of those events which are reflected in these memos qomi said last night that he believes the memos are pertinent to the russia investigation the i was sent to top fbi officials the day after his first briefing with presidentelect trump komi writes that he typed the notes immediately upon exiting trump tower where he had briefed mr trump alone warning him that the russians allegedly had tapes involving him and prostitutes komi writes that president trump interjected about that trip to moscow there were no prostitutes there were never prostitutes on january twenty eighth go me writes that he had dinner with president trump in the green room at the white house komi remember the dinner conversation being pleasant at all times and chaotic but the purpose of the dinner was for him to extract from me promise of loyalty said i expect loyalty i need loyalty and i just stared at him and this little narrative with myself inside saying don't you move don't you dare move don't even blink me says during that now infamous dinner president trump appeared to have reservations about then national security adviser michael flynn saying the guy has serious judgment issues that quote before i can't remember that might be the new bit of information is that there was early early early doubt about flynn including an early early interview with the fbi like way before anything about flynn came out the fbi had sort of vetted him in a sense i was concerned that i needed a record to show the other intelligence agency chiefs who had been with me but didn't stay behind for the second private meeting and it also was worried that i was meeting alone with the president komi kept notes of his conversations with the president and even chief of staff priebus lasco me if he had a faisal order on mike flynn by then investigators.

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"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on No Agenda

"In other words he never seems to do this sort of thing is that guy jeff the gays the gaza the guy the guy he's re i started looking at his stuff eased really good at a hearing aid package they gotta clear pure i mitch and who had a really good anyway so jeffrey gaze of the taba listed as good guys to us listen here's a good example this is abc whipped saw fusion g ice or this is the first examine what we're talking about here with a live saw somebody you make an assertion in the package and then you and then you have a supporting clip and the way these guys are doing it to supporting clip has nothing to do with the assertion years example number one the president today said he was of the i think it's a disgrace former the president said he has a victim and then they had rising it said this guy didn't say was he was a victim no that's fantastic in fact he never said he will i do they why did they do that what is the point thrown stuff in as it do you think that really had the doing that her paris and i'm gonna use the word narrative they have a story to tell and they don't care they're not gonna let the facts get in the way you no kidding nancy quarters was a better example of this unless you're the here's a second example the same sort of thing where you have an assertion and eclipsed it doesn't back you up toast person brian fallon said the democrats did nothing raw i think it's important to remember that proposition research happens all the time and campaigns in fact.

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"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"jeffrey gaze" Discussed on Unfilter

"Actually think it would be a favored a republican senator warren appealing to this data especially that donald president trump one think about michigan ohio pennsylvania wrong those of you could you could name a few strongholds if you want but trump won because he wasn't hillary trump won because he was the populist candidate and that's exactly what she would go for she go for the populist candidacy and i think she would win she probably be a lot cheaper than president trump to protect too this secret service faces a cash crunch man the mainstream media loves members of the balance family he team members guys the agency says it will reach salary and overtime caps at the end of the month of september jeffrey gazes in washington with how that agency is calling on lawmakers for help who jeff good morning jeff morning the secret is in congress to raise the combined salary in overtime cap for agents by nearly thirty thousand dollars a year for the remainder of president trump's first term but even if that kind of proposal were to pass nearly one hundred thirty veteran agents would not be fully compensated for the hundreds of hours already worked in the first seven months of the trump administration the secret service have been so busy that hundreds of agents will hit their maximum pay and not be eligible for over time in a statement the director of the secret service admitted that roughly 1100 employees will work overtime hours in excess of the statutory pay capped now everybody loves a little low t but um when it's getting to the point where like you have to work the ot because what you got to protect the president but you might not get paid doesn't create a good working environment does its.

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