11 Burst results for "Jeffrey Jim"

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The answer hello that's the word hate because you can then sign it's not like she supports abortion one of the things that the Democrats can offer give Donald Trump for is the healer radic party so they can forgive him for that listen they can't forgive him for winning that's what they're mad at they still can't get over the November twenty sixteen election and my gosh we're almost at the end of his first term and they're still crazy welcome back to the Mike calendar show in Israel I'm about to get a total I think from filled voice and Dan Nelson we passed a couple of buckets around like a good old fashioned a Joey Hudson how cool is this not because I'm a little lagging behind the donations although as I'm looking at the totals online for the salvation army Jeffrey Kinka just donated five hundred and twenty dollars thank you Jeffrey Jim knight donated a hundred Bucks Michael young donated five hundred twenty dollars Patricia Thompson donated twenty six dollars Matalin Flaherty donated a hundred and four dollars Amy Crothers donated twenty six and that's just in the last twelve minutes and Joey we passed the buckets around it was like like Sunday morning church leave it to Mike Gallagher you always get creative well yeah I got a big one I got I got a hot captive audience we got six hundred now general yeah well we're going to get a total I think Danielle she's going to give it to me because were always about to give it to me as you want to talk to some people in the audience here about this big breaking news Nancy Pelosi ordering the impeachment to go ahead what what what are you hearing out in the crowd there Joe and I promise I didn't plan this the first person I turned to was Brenda from Greenville your listeners Hey Brenda so wonderful to be here in the land of god yeah anyway when I have to say about the impeachment goes back to the day that he walked down the escalator and sad I am running for president me that was one of the most prestigious days of my life but when you think about it they don't go after anybody that's good so this is a good thing I mean this is a turn of whites were looking for it makes is be able to fight stronger and for them to fight stronger because they know they're not going to win Hey man I love it read the good point I wanna know know Julie you're not off the hook yet okay now Brenda you're in the option of South Carolina yes Joey Hudson who is my dear friend is my business manager he's the executive director of Gallagher's heroes the fallen officer find which is the witches are fine but that raises that gives financial assistance to the families of police officers killed in the line of duty but is also the morning host one ninety four five the answer in Greenville Spartanburg Anderson Brenda who who's your favorite talk show hosts Chile Hudson Mike Gallagher and Brenda this is a trick question no no now he's gonna do wonderful things for Brenda Baker in Greenville so it's generally security security we got to get her out somebody somebody escort her out that's all right I'll take it you you won't ask that one again I sure won't make that mistake Hey I need a little bit of a drum roll which which bank is this on Erika's I gotta I gotta have a timpani roll because I got a total we've got a total for the salvation army we passed the bucket over the last fifteen minutes and I got a I got a role the bulk of the words that which would give me a temporary role here because I can't find I'm so excited about this so yeah you got a we got a life to put a role here this is the coolest thing ever ready Dennis Prager is going to kill me we raise three thousand one hundred forty eight dollars yeah sure now that we raised thirty one hundred forty eight dollars from this call this group of of of patriots of wonderful listeners now I gotta have listeners across the country matches you got to go to T. A. you can't let these folks down we got to have a match of three thousand one hundred forty dollars please go to team Gallagher dot org or go to Mike online dot com click on the red kettle banner at the top of the page and thanks to Phil boys the boss for giving us permission to do that in person bill has a reaction to Nancy Pelosi's crazy meltdown when James Rosen asked do you hate the president Hey bill welcome to Israel you're on the Mike Gallagher show how are you are you doing first off I want to say I love listening to your show because you help me convince myself that I'm not the only person that thinks the way I do you're not crazy bill I promise the whole democratic thing is like somebody walking along the fence in the end of the world don't sign in opening the gate because now all they're doing is waiting for what that don't want to bring yeah.

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"jeffrey jim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Were that officials are considering evacuations now in Calistoga that's significant because it's on the other side of the ridge from some normal where the king K. fire has been burning for a couple days now in cinema nearly the entire northern half of the county is under a mandatory evacuation order Sonoma county sheriff's office is about a hundred and eighty thousand people out of their homes so where are they going evacuation centers because we've lost to hospitals and because there's a lot of medically fragile people who live in either skilled nursing facilities or boarding care they have been evacuated and they're showing up at the shelter and I don't think the red cross was prepared to see that many people were scrambling to try to get the doctors and nurses and basic medical equipment and supplies that are needed such as insulin so supervisor this is really sort of a of a plea for help from the medical community yes yeah yes in a county supervisor surely Zane she says it's pretty crazy in those evacuation centers among the emergency centers that are full now Sonoma county fairgrounds Santa Rosa veterans of plot Petaluma veteran Petaluma fairgrounds in Petaluma community center hi we want to one remains subject to closure throughout cinema county and of course the power remains out to hundreds of thousands of customers for more on what those evacuees are going through let's go live now to KCBS reporter Jeffrey Schaub in a cinema county evacuation center Jeffrey Jim and I walked inside the Santa Rosa veterans Memorial Hall a couple of dozen people were sitting on folding chairs watching TV newscasts for the latest information about the can Kate siren outside walking their dogs Tory Lewis center husband Tony it concerns such with the winds picking up again this tonight I have a brother out for style and he's at fire rescue Capt masters or he is twenty cats out there and they're trying to get him in their crates and ready to go so he set fire gets the valley well for us it's it's a person's pretty on unsettling you know we're not quite sure what we're doing this evening tomorrow our house is going to sign up in the hills were you know so we're just kind of making the best of it sticking together some people here have to be transferred from the Healdsburg shelter yesterday and it was closed down and then one in west Santa Rosa which ended up being in an evacuation zone but the good news is another shelter was opened up at the cinema county fairgrounds just across the way from here it has a capacity of about one thousand people at this time I'm told there are about three hundred people who have signed in and additionally there are evacuation centers at the Marin county fairgrounds in San Rafael napa valley college in the crosswalk community church in napa and as far away as the Alameda county fairgrounds in Pleasanton in all a hundred eighty thousand people are under evacuation orders in cinema county in Santa Rosa Jeffrey Schaub KCBS fire and police officials are giving an impassioned plea to please evacuate the area if you've been ordered to do so the KCBS is Keith Menconi tells us even amid the danger some folks are refusing to budge when I go stay with my girlfriend in San Francisco Kevin o'connor and his German shepherd are staying put in their Healdsburg home yeah we we don't have no place to put it right taker or whatever so what are we going to do of course many evacuation centers do allow pets o'connor says at least family members know where he is kids are old.

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Parked his hopes people of stock up on batteries and fuel Fannie Boren lives in Lafayette that's northeast of San Francisco I put freezer water bottles in the freezer to freeze them up so I can put it in the fridge radio for later powers out because of a windy drive for cast down the lines have been blamed for previous wildfires temor Sarkisian is with Pacific gas and electric which is shutting off power in different areas as the day goes on we are looking at various components to make our decision and that includes things like wind speeds wind gusts dry weather fuel that may be a concern CBS news update I'm Steve K. for ki CBS news time eight thirty two and we have team coverage of the power outages in the bay area let's start with KCBS Jeffrey Shelburne Windsor cinema county beginning our live team coverage Jeffrey Jim I'm looking at an outage map provided by P. Jeannie and it shows huge parts of cinema county without electricity from Petaluma north to Cloverdale mostly east of highway one a one sixty seven thousand customers impacted I spoke with Leslie Caulfield who still has power so far you're concerned that your power Mike yeah right bathtub full of water buckets of water what can you do I'm here to shell station in Windsor where there are signs on all the pumps that say story we only have premium fuel available no eighty seven or eighty nine are you pump it up your gas to get ready yeah war I didn't come out yesterday because I heard it was you know crowded backed up well all across this county and.

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on KCRW

"Morning on the two south in the Glendale area on the two south one thirty four west a collision on that connection road. And on the two past Verdoux go, there is a collision there again. That is the to south and in bellflower on the six or five north at the ninety one. Looks like there is a sink bouncing around in the middle lanes. Swerve alert for you there in bellflower, and in Irwindale, sixty five south at live oak, a crash there. It's eight oh seven at KCRW. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Noel king. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Supposed Ron does what it says it will do it. Ron has been increasing its stockpile of enriched uranium, and it says, within days, Iran will exceed the amount. It is allowed to have on hand under a two thousand fifteen nuclear deal. So if that happens. What remains of an agreement that Iran has kept up to now? But which the United States abandoned, the US withdrawal from that deal has slowly lead to a confrontation, the US blames Iran for an attack on oil tankers of its coast, and is sending an additional one thousand troops to the region. Well, discuss this with investor Wendy Sherman is on the line. She was the leader of the US negotiating team for the Iran nuclear deal during the Obama administration. Welcome back to the program. Always get to do with Steve. Thank you. What remains of this agreement if Iran goes ahead with its actions? Well, we will see the inspector still are inside of Iran, meaning that there are is on what they're doing with their nuclear program. They still have many parts of their program that won't be functioning yet, for a number of reasons. But the fact is that they will essentially have violated the deal, they will be withdrawing from the deal, whether they do that slowly or all at once remains to be seen, but I think your introductory points, the important one, the US by withdrawing and by increasing the pressure on around by reimposing sanctions taking other actions has started an escalatory cycle so that the people that I call the hard hardliners in Iran are also joining that escalatory cycle. And it's a very dangerous moment for all of us suppose that some of the Iranians with whom you wants to go. She had called you up and ask you for advice. What would you tell them I would tell them to safety and security of their country. And for the world. Please stay in compliance with the nuclear deal, but that's easy for me to say because the sanctions the US have spoken on have had an enormous impact on Ron have really decimated. A lot of their economy and around the politics, people don't think of that, but they do and hard, hard liners, the Islamic revolutionary guard corps and the could force, the folks who do a lot of the Milan behavior in the Middle East are on the ascendancy suppose you got a call from someone in the Trump administration and granted you disagreed with the decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal. But that's done suppose you gotta call and somebody asked how should we handle the Iranians? Now, I say, Mr. Trump, if you really want to negotiate with Iran, you've got to put something on the table. You know, when he wanted to have a meeting with Kim Jong UN of North Korea. He said, well, we won't do exercises anymore with South Korea he called the more games, which is what North Korea caused them, and he could put something on the table and perhaps get the Iranians there. But they are. Are a culture led by the Crecy of resistance. They went through Iran Iraq war for twelve years, they're not going to capitulate easily to President Trump. Let me ask about another set of players here because we should recall that this was not just a nuclear deal with the United States. There were European powers involved. There was Russia involve China was involve. Iran is still been keeping the deal with them. Even though the US withdrew what position are those other powers in now that Iran is saying it's going to exceed at least one one part of the deal. We've put our European allies really are closest partners in an impossible position. They've been trying to keep the deal together by creating a mechanism to innocence, get around some of our sanctions, particularly for humanitarian aid medicine and food, that's not working so well for a number of reasons and Europe once this deal is violated is going to have to reimpose all the sanctions, they're going to be in a very difficult position. And it is weakening the US European alliance and they are very important partners for us economically. And in terms of security, you talked about an escalatory cycle ambassador. I'm wondering if Iran's announcement is particularly meaningful there. I know that there's been a lot of news coverage of tankers that were apparently attacked in the Gulf of Oman. The United States is blamed, Iran. We can have an argument about who exactly is responsible and how strong the intelligence is. But in the case of this announcement on the nuclear deal, there's no doubt about what Iran at self has said, indeed there is no doubt. It is a really moment of great concern. I know that acting secretary of defense Shanahan said these troops are really for defensive purposes, only, but there is a lot of buzz going around that, in fact, the US, we'll take some kind of retaliatory action against those tanker attacks believing that it was a Ron that did it. And we could find our. Ourselves at war what if things the United States could do to respond to these actions that falls short of war. Well, they sent troops to send a signal that we are going to make sure that the strata for Moos it stays open thirty percent of the world's commerce goes through the strait. They could. In fact, take a cruise missile strike against a particular targets of concern in the region that are controlled by Iran. I don't want to go into those specifics of, of what other administrations have thought about when they might face more circumstances, because we know the Pentagon, fortunately plans for everything and any eventuality, but any kind of a strike could further exacerbate. This escalatory cycle, there would be a further reaction. And as I said, we might find ourselves at war investor. Thanks for your insights, appreciate it. Thank you, Steve Wendy, Sherman, led the US negotiating team that completed the Iran nuclear deal. Today, NPR has exclusive reporting that reveals new information in a major civil rights era, murder case, several white men, attacked Reverend James rebe, and two other ministers in Selma. Alabama in March of nineteen sixty five rebe died from his injuries and three local men were put on trial in December of that year. They were later acquitted NPR has unearthed the truth about the attack and learn the identity of a fourth unindicted assailant. He was an enforcer for violent group, led by a man named Elmer cook. I tried to forget it. I don't even won't talk about it. You said it scared. You just thinking about thinking about being a part of it was scary. Would part of it. That was the voice of the fourth man, and we should give spoiler alert here for listeners of NPR's investigative podcast, white lies. This story will reveal some of what's in that new episode which comes out this morning. Graeme Smith of NPR's investigations team has the rest of the story. The attack on James rebe shocked nation already struggling to process, the violence, they'd seen on TV news from Selma. Today's earlier state troopers beat and teargassed black voting rights marchers, at the Edmund Pettus, bridge, and event, the came to be known as Bloody Sunday, rebe, a white unitarian. Universalist minister, and father of four living in Boston had flown to Alabama in response to that brutality, one of hundreds answering a call for solidarity from Dr Martin Luther King junior as twilight settled on Selma rebe and his companions reverence, Orlov, Miller and Clark, Olson left a black owned cafe to head back to a meeting at Brown chapel, AME. Here's Olson interviewed days after the attack. He recalled seeing. A group of white men moving in their direction. Jim was behind as we were walking, and he did not look around. I did look around in time any one man with some kind of a stick or pine or club. Swing this stick by out Jeffrey, Jim on the side of it, and Jim immediately fell to the pavement on his back after the initial blow the other men piled on kicking and striking the fallen minister and his friends, a crowd gathered and watched rebe suffered a severe head injury. He died two days later, president Johnson cited his death in introducing a voting rights Bill, but in Selma, there was only a half-hearted murder prosecution by the local DA a strident segregationist. No local witnesses testified for the state and all white jury delivered acquittals for the three accused Elmer cook, Stanley Hogle, and naming O'neil, Hogle, also known as duck all now, deceased NPR's investigation of the case, led by reporters chip Brantley. And Andrew Beck grace identified a key. I witnessed to the assault Francis bowdoin admitted she lied to the FBI and in court in nineteen sixty five claiming she had seen the attack, but couldn't identify the attackers. She told us the men who'd been put on trial and acquitted were in fact, guilty Boden also confirmed the identity of an unindicted fourth assailant William Portwood at the time still living in Selma. She told NPR she knew the men will am Stanley and Bill Nye come by the Mon. Eight turn the corner. They come out.

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"jeffrey jim" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"When in fact, it was a lot more significant and extensive than we've understood one of the theatrics around this gym tonight or fascinating because tomorrow, Michael Flynn will be sentenced, but the special counsel is recommended. No jail time. Right. So so why are we seeing all of these documents, and whose arguments are they going to bolster well, I to the jail time. Why is a lot of speculation? He might not get jail time. And that is because he is clearly offered a lot of very important and consequential cooperation summit, which we saw the results of earlier today with these the prosecution of these two other Turkish American officials for trying to make a deal to extricate this Turkish cleric from from the US to to Turkey point being Flynn was involved in that as well wise Flynn, not being charged in that. I mean, clearly he must have given the goods on that. On Johnny goods by exactly charged with that his his federal sentencing guidelines zero to six months in my experience, most people whose guidelines are zero to six months, particularly those who cooperate get no jail time. So frankly, I would be surprised if he got any jail time at all fill seem to say something different on. I'm curious what he means Bill. I've made a mistake on look I think he's going to be hammered by the judge tomorrow. I don't I was mistaken. I don't mean to suggest go to jail I do mean to suggest that a week ago. His lures were saying cry crocodile tears for my client. He was railroaded by the FBI. I think the judge let this document or order this document to be out tonight. Because the judge tomorrow is gonna say you might get you might not get jail time. But if you want to go in front of the American people and say, you were an innocent victim of the FBI try that again, that's not gonna work. Yeah. That sounds right to me. All right because I just don't think he's going to get jail time. Given all the Jeffrey, Jim, Phil. Thank you all very much next back to James Comey. We'll be joined by one of the other top. Who was there with him as Russia attacked this country, James Clapper stake? When three sixty continues..

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"jeffrey jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"I am able sell on the Raytheon. The travel trust owns it and let me. The president mentioned it. He's not gonna start cutting off his nose despite his base. And that includes Raytheon mentioned actually by name in the sixty minutes interview, Anthony, New York, Anthony, Jim. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you for all the sanity. You bring to an insane market. There you go. My question is about silence. L. and he's had a very, very good quarter. I like it. Stuffing being sent down because of couple of stocks. There'd be hitting Amazon's being hit into the bell apples being hit at the bell. There's a spigot sell program in the NASDAQ. I don't know why after what adobe did, but just be aware. It's going to be included Jeffrey in Illinois, Jeffrey. Jim look for you for all the family pets bring joy to their on earth. No matter markets. Thank you. My about the, you have to go. Oh. Weeks ago again, very positive of our Lord bro. And I was still fun during a head of their earning next week. Would you buy. Oh. Doc is way down a lie kind of doesn't really make a lot of sense to me. I think it's a buy and that Cruzan. Mike big round is sponsored by TD Ameritrade. As much as I've been criticizing the fed lately. The truth is I agree there are in a tough spot, so let me try to put it in perspective. We'll start with the disconcerting story of Wabash national one of the largest truck body manufacturers in America specializing in vehicles designed for what's known as the last mile trucks. We have a right to your door..

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"jeffrey jim" Discussed on Cults

Cults

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on Cults

"Seven reached forty, four thousand five hundred dollars when adjusted for inflation data mount would be almost one hundred eighty thousand dollars today at the same time, Geoffrey mysteriously quit school, even though he had almost enough credits to graduate. Again, he blamed Alice and Alice blamed him. Jeffrey said that Alison system, he got a job to support them. While Alice said Jeffrey had been caught stealing money from the school and in final blow, Jeffrey was denied. His priesthood in the are LDS church elders cited his emotional immaturity. As the reason Jeffrey was so angry that he dropped out of the are LDS church completely. If God communicated with him directly, what did you need the church for shortly after in the spring of nineteen Seventy-nine, Alice became pregnant. Again, Jeffrey told Alice that he got a job with TWA an airline as part of the preflight inspection crew. But Alice began to notice some suspicious activity items from the house started disappearing and Jeffrey never came home at the same time. Everything blew up. When the police came to their house. It turned out Jeffrey headlight about the job. He hadn't been able to secure employment, but he needed to keep up his image. So he'd made it all up. Their rent was overdue and Jeffrey had written a bad check for gun. He wanted to buy. He liked collecting guns because his father had a gun collection and he wanted to amass better collection that his dad Jeffrey ended up being taken away by the police in handcuffs by this time. Geoffrey, Alice's parents were tired of lending their children money, but Alice's mother still allow. The family of Ford move back in with them. The family was about to expand on Saturday, June, sixteenth, nineteen Seventy-nine. Alice gave birth to their third child. A daughter named Kristen, Jeffrey got a job in a hospital to support his family, and they rented an old farmhouse to live in Jeffrey analysis. Marital problems continued. Jeffery claimed that Alice was frigid while Alice claimed the Jeffrey wanted her to do things sexually that made her uncomfortable including defecating on her. In fact, Alice claimed the Jeffrey was fascinated by feces. A sexual facination with feces is known as copper affiliate. According to Nick hassling, a professor of psychology at the university of Melbourne. Many people have vetting his which only become clinical issues if they interfere substantially with a person's life or caused distress. However, studies have shown that copper affiliate has some correlation with Saito masochism which is the giving. Or receiving of pain for pleasure. How does it tie in with Jeffries narcissism while narcissist feel the need to project a powerful perfect image to the public deep down, they feel worthless. Jeffrey might have asked Alice to engage in sexual acts in which she treated him as that worthless person. It might even have been cathartic for him a chance to reveal how he truly felt inside and why was willing to put up with Jeffries sexual obsessions. It sounds like there might have been a couple reasons. I Alice grew up in a religion that taught that women were supposed to serve men without question. Secondly, Geoffrey had been controlling and emotionally abusive for a long time. He likely didn't start out asking Alice for these sexual acts. He had to build up to them over the course of several years. Oboe disgusted by these fetishes Alice agreed to participate in an effort to please her husband, but unfortunately for Alice, it's still wasn't enough for Jeffrey. During this time, he had an affair with the woman who also worked. At the hospital at I also blames herself for his lapse. She thought that if she had been a more subservient wife, he never would have strayed. But eventually her anger boiled to the surface and the two got into a heated argument the to disagree about how the fight started, but would happen. Next is a fact established in hospital records Jeffrey through Alice so hard against a doorknob that he ruptured her spleen. She had questioned his authority so he needed to reestablish control. Jeffries abuse didn't stop there. While Alice was under painkillers and bedridden from her injury, Jeffrey had sex with her while she was nearly unconscious. Alice became pregnant again, eventually giving birth to their fourth and final child, Caleb Lundgren and September nineteen eighty. Throughout this time, even after his arrest, Jeffrey had continued to write bad checks. Finally, they were kicked out of the farmhouse and had to return to Alice's parents house when they're. Landlord came to look over the farmhouse and see what condition the lung grins had left it in. He was shocked. Jeffrey had stolen. Some of his personal items that had been kept in the garage with that was far from the worst of it in the basement. Jeffrey had cut through a sewage pipe so that everything from the toilet on the first floor empty directly onto the basement floor. He recalled quote, there was a pile of human waste at least one foot deep and six feet in diameter and quote. Additionally, he found magazines with sadomasochistic photos in a closet along with a plastic dildo caked with feces, even if we knew what that was four, we would spare the details. The landlord also fun books about the LDS church all over the farmhouse and he couldn't understand on Jeffrey could have two such different sides to his personality. The landlord said, quote, he wanted to be liked. He wanted to be admired yet. He didn't want to do anything to earn you liking him at the same time. My also never knew anyone who thought so much of himself. He simply looked upon himself as someone who was unique. You know, special, Andy felt people needed to treat him special and quote, Jeffrey was later fired from the hospital after he and his mistress were caught messing around in the office. He told Alice, he decided to quit. By February nineteen Eighty-one Jeffrey had gained and lost several more jobs. He was living in Independence, Missouri, so that he could look for work while Alice was living with your parents and taking care of their four kids. When Jeffrey visited Alice, she would indulge his interest in copper filial and bondage because she wanted to make him happy though. She said it made her uncomfortable. Finally, nineteen eighty-two Jeffrey got a steady job at independence as a bio medical technician. Allison, the kids moved there to join him and Jeffey was finally able to pay off all the bad checks. He had written, his criminal record was expunged. And for the first time in a while, the couple had disposable income Jeffey decided to spend it on rifles again, trying to build up his collection to better as father. Jeffrey Alice reconnected with old friends and independence. One of whom invited the couple to a bible study class on the book of Mormon. The class was taught by a man named Ray treat, who taught. Pupils that it wasn't enough to read or even memorize the scripture. Jeffrey said, quote, you needed to examine each individual word and discover it's meaning when you did that, you could actually see God's thought process from that point on, no one could keep me away from church. I had to know more and quote, jiffy decided to give the r. l. d. s. priesthood and other try, but through his time in the army and his conversion of Kevin curry, he now understood the importance of personal relationships. He took some time to network and cozied up to church elders, volunteering for any odd job. The church needed done, but friends thought that Jeffrey analysis were motivated by something other than religious zeal. One friend said, quote, Jeff in house were anxious to get prestige. They didn't have it. They wanted it and quote, mauled Jeffrey's plans were progressing smoothly church, his work life returned to the same pattern. Jeffrey was fired from his job as a biomedical techniques. Shen and then two other jobs all for stealing. He would never hold a pain job again. After this break will track the beginnings of the kirtland cult and their path to murder. Now back to the story. The end of nineteen eighty-two Jeffrey and Alice met a couple at their church named Jim in Laura Robbins after Jim was diagnosed with stomach cancer. A few years previously, he and his wife had become devout Mormons, Jim had never met anyone who could match his knowledge of scripture until he met Jeffrey a small number of devout Mormons, including Jim believe in communal living. Some early Mormons had practiced it for a time though. It never lasted for very long. Jim was so impressed with Jeffrey that he thought they should give it a try and in February nineteen. Eighty two, Jim told Jeffrey and Alice that he and Laura would financially support them at the time. Jim didn't realize that Jeffrey analysts were already being supported by numerous other church members through a fund meant for poor. Mormons, in fact, they had such a surplus of goods donated to them that friend recalled coming to the house and seeing their front porch completely covered in grocery bags, full of food. When. The friends question Dallas about it. Alice replied, quote, Jeff had things to do for God, and therefore he wasn't required to work like everyone else. Other people were supposed to take care of him. That was their job. He was to serve God and quote, although Ellis was subservient to Jeffrey, we can see that she was also benefiting from his status. She wasn't working either and seemed to feel entitled to other people's help and money. After Jim began to bankroll the Lundgren's, he and Jeffrey became obsessed with one passage in the book of Mormon in it. God says, he has revealed to Joseph Smith and other Mormon, great and marvelous works, but he doesn't specify what they were. God had led his prophecy. These works after the two had prayed in kirtland, Ohio. So Jeffrey Jim decided they would go to the kirtland temple and pray to be shown the same works. The kirtland temple was the first structure of its kind to be built by the followers of Joseph Smith. He oversaw its. -struction himself and the church was first used in eighteen thirty six. Joseph Smith claimed to have several visions there and it's considered a sacred space for Mormons once they're Jeffrey, Jim prayed in private in the temple for half an hour, but nothing happened. Jim decided that he was arrogant to think that God would show him the same thing he'd shown Joseph Smith, Jeffrey, however, surprise Jim by standing up and praying out loud for Jim to be cured of stomach cancer. What happened next differs according to Jim and Jeffrey in gyms account, they went to a nearby diner where Jim felt sick and had to return home in Jeffries account. God had told Jeffrey that he could either cure Jim's cancer or be shown the great works that Joseph Smith had described. It was Jeffries choice. Jeffrey proudly reported that he had chosen Jim to be cured. And therefore he was Jim's cancer was in remission, but he wasn't convinced that it was due to Jeffrey sacrifice. Jeffy told everyone else in the church's version of the story. Anyway, Jim and his wife became uncomfortable with Jeffries claims and in the summer of nineteen Eighty-three. They decided that they could no longer financially support him. Nevertheless, Jeffrey was ordained in the RL DS priesthood in October nineteen Eighty-three at thirty three years old. For his first sermon, he read a series of bible verses about how God would punish the wicked members of the church, complained about the violent imagery he used and Jeffrey wasn't invited to preach again shortly after the Lundgren's first son, Damon was injured when he tripped and broke rib, the rib punctured his liver and he needed emergency surgery. When Alice tell Jeffrey that she wanted to stay in the hospital with him, instead of going home, Jeffrey became enraged because he felt Alice wasn't paying enough attention to him. He raped Alice on the floor of their bathroom according to Geoffrey, it wasn't possible for a husband to rape alive because she only exists to please him even though rape is clearly morally and legally wrong. But for Alice, this was the last straw. She threatened divorce, but Jeffrey knew how to. Allison, the marriage. He claimed that on the night that Damon was injured. He had a vision of Christ dying on the cross. He said that he walked up to the cross, looked into Christ's is and that quote I saw everything and I was aware I was in his head and in his consciousness, and I could see all things all eternity from the beginning of time to the present into the future. I felt his pure and total love, and I understood that there was no anger in him at all, and quote, Alice believed Jeffrey and decided once

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"jeffrey jim" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

08:49 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Honestly? No, I don't. They should. But can I tell you right now that they will? No, I would say if the intelligence committees in both chambers wanna take it up again, that's great. With this proviso, everything going forward from now on, I believe should be done one hundred percent out in the open so that the public can see what's going on because it's moved to another level of seriously, you believe Michael Cohen. I do. I lead the interview with him for Democrats along with Adam Schiff our ranking member. We questioned when he here before the house intelligence that was behind closed doors. That was that's behind closed doors. The transcripts still has not been released. We should release that transcript so that the American people can read it and make a judgment for themselves. Going back to the two thousand sixteen June two thousand sixteen a meeting over at Trump Tower with the Russians and and his campaign chairman, his son, his son in law. Do you believe that the president at that time he was. The Republican candidate had advanced knowledge of what was about to happen at that meeting, what it was all about. You know, the final resolution on that question. We don't have yet. There was a mysterious blocked phone call that was made or received right around the time in the same time period when that meeting was being set up by Donald Trump junior because the house intelligence committee. And as far as I know, the Senate intelligence committee never issued a subpoena to AT and t. to get the phone records about who was on that call. We don't know in my gut, do I think that it was quite possible that President Trump new? Yes. But again, that's something that should have been subpoenaed and perhaps Robert Muller knows the answer to that question this on the same day that pull metaphor at the campaign chairman for the Trump campaign. He's found guilty on eight counts could spend many many years in prison right now sixty nine years old year reaction to that ten of the counts. There was a hung jury. Yeah, you think about that Wolfer a second. On a split screen. Basically today you have the man who the president entrusted to be his campaign manager chairman, the chairman, but basically the number one person maybe number two person in the campaign going to court, getting convicted, and then his personal lawyer of many years, his confidante his fixer also making a plea agreement and will be sentenced later on. This is a horrible day for the president, but really also a horrible day for the United States of America. We're standing by the president of the United States arriving in west. Virginia's got a campaign rally that's going on. You see Air Force One over there. You see some members of the media walking out on the back steps. Maybe when he walks down those stairs on the front of the plane, he'll say something he might answer a question or two we will stand by for that will show our viewers. These live pictures. But your bottom line right now, where do we go from here? I think that that the congress, the house of representatives and the Senate need to take up this investigation immediately and it needs to be. Done out in the open. Let's see if that happens. We'll see what happens between now and the midterm elections. We'll see what happens in the midterm elections that could be critically important as well. Thanks so much congressman council for joining us. Jeffrey Toobin is our chief legal analyst. He's with us right now as well. Jeffrey give us your analysis on what has happened on this historic day here in the United States. Well, there there are many important events that took place today virtually simultaneously, but the thing that is of immense the most significance and it is of immense significance is that Michael Kohn implicated Donald Trump in a federal crime. He said that his violation of campaign finance laws was in coordination with and at the direction of Donald Trump. That means that according to this guilty plea, Donald Trump was a co conspirator and or an eight or in a better of this crime that is in and of itself. Something of such great significance that I don't even think it has a parallel during Watergate. No one, I believe pled pled guilty during the during the Nixon presidency tying the president. So. Directly into a federal crime. What happens is a result of that if anything is a very different question, but the, you know, for a long time we had heard from the president's supporters. Well, this has nothing to do with Donald Trump. It has to do with the Ukraine many years ago. This brings the scandal right to the door of the White House. Explain potentially what was illegal if there was coordination and direction from the then Republican candidate Donald Trump with Michael Cohen, his longtime fixture, and his lawyer in securing what were widely seen as these hush, hush money agreements with Karen McDougal stormy Daniels. Well, a couple of different possibilities. First of all, as a purely. A dollar value you, the outsiders are only allowed to contribute a certain amount. I believe it's fifty, three hundred dollars per election. This is this was well in excess of that. But more importantly, it has to do with the reporting requirements is that there are requirements that all money that goes into a presidential campaign has to be accounted for. It has to, you have to identify the source and you have to identify how the the money was spent. The question that what happened here was that this money both to a stormy Daniels and to the playboy playmate were campaign contributions, but they weren't reported as such. And the reason they weren't reported as such is because Don the Trump campaign and we need to know who exactly was involved with this didn't want the public to know that this was. As part of the Trump campaign keeping these women silent. So the real heart of the issue here is covering up the cause of these campaign expenditures because the Trump campaign didn't want them known public and you heard Robert coups army, the deputy US attorney in New York saying that there would he's pled guilty now to to Michael Chona's pled guilty to two counts of unlawful campaign contributions, and you heard Michael Cohen in the federal courtroom today, saying he did that in quote in coordination and at the direction of a candidate for federal office, referring to then Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump. This is happening happening only a few weeks before the presidential election in November of twenty sixteen. I want you to stand by Jeffrey. Jim Acosta is our chief White House correspondent. He's already in Charleston, West Virginia, the president getting ready to hold a campaign rally on this important night. We're looking at live pictures from Air Force One. He's about to walk down those stairs. You're getting. More information more reaction, Jim, what are you learning. That's right. Well, he just landed here in West Virginia for a rally later on this evening. He has not answered reporter's questions so far about the days developments regarding a Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, and we should also mention the White House, press secretary. Sarah Sanders. She was asked by Jeremy diamond for comment earlier this afternoon. She did not have a comment when it comes to those questions about Michael Cohen. Paul Manafort the wolf. What we can report is I'm told by a source close to the White House that they were over at the White House, hoping for very different day hoping for a favorable verdict and the Paul Manafort case because they were planning to use that favorable verdict either a mistrial or not guilty verdict a to attack the Muller investigation. That was the plan for the White House and their aides advisers and supporters out in the Republican party and conservative circles that obviously did not come to pass. And as for the Michael Cohen case, I'm told by the same source that the plan over at the White House attached. I want to see if he answers. A moment. All

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"jeffrey jim" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"Anyway the people who run the train twitter account for little while they were very excited yeah they thought out pushing out signs at working now people have following the train and they to getting excited and then they realized it was just playing goof on them and they started getting a bit fucking soccer some of the tweets like that ride from heathrow t five transit was lit house one of them i enjoyed it got me from here to there and that was a funny like exchange because it goes at that one the ride from heathrow then he throw t five transit wrote back thanks for the feedback why is at jeffrey's jim jeffrey show which they tag this is he a fan and he goes your train is favourite train he's my favorite fan fan of our transit system fucking fan of your so anyway what happened was they they write back to a little bit sake and i would just buck in going guy fucking thank you for all the help you only guy is one hundred followers so we are we got a little bug debate with t five transit people now so we by the way they're not because they're responding to ours are not respond people that actual concerns people have actually problems somebody drum my child on the tracks thanks for writing with us i lost my legs transit doors open for four to short a period of time for boarding at a gates they haven't responded to that but the responding to lit af.

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"jeffrey jim" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Eighty eight eighty seven that's yellowhammer roofing dot com if the superstation never gets a bit fuzzy on one on one give ninety five point three fm or twelve sixty hey you try that's right here in more than one place at a time we are told the superstation for nothing superstation one on one wyde mm oh god uh oh on your way the all right welcome back in nine for one one zero one one jeffrey jim below on that to stop that up with this ecevit airport balloons right there with the hutu militias oh my goodness well you know i notice last night i don't know if you noticed this you're watching the coverage i i've turned on as soon as i got back from the jam i guess soon as it started breaking i heard on the radio then i heard it uh mike harmon standing from a twitter feed in may they went to the television and fox just started pickups from coverage alternative the cnn guess what they're talking about colmey we're talking about the russian luzane where the trump administration you know a mere sources anonymous sources out today the grimaldis vote would do other people and ask them to stop the investigation impeding judge a ninety nine percent of the time i flip the channel should see what each is doing but last night i was so locked in like joe lockett style locked in your to fox news.

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"jeffrey jim" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey jim" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Excellent what are you off to do their cynthia freedland to the draft of the draft on friday look it i fell network air she goes we're going to be done where you take that smooth path that asphalt will stay over here on the rocky road flat money man who is the funniest comedian alive today we've lost rickles boy i am not a big comedian guy i'll be honest with you i know that's kind of weird to say who would ever say that but i'll tell you i like bill bur he's very good he's he's very good what's the reagan reagan what's the guy's name regan oh bill regan i mean yet brian regan brian regan is really really good and i mean that's the impressive thing about him as he doesn't curse you know that and he's been around for thirty forever and his he he is still right and then there's the one guy from australia whom i forget what's his name yeah those are probably my top three see i say i'm not a big comic guy and i pull out area again in ann arbor and that guy's name jim jeffrey jim jeffries yeah those are probably my favorite behind the glass with the about you sharing their problem boring i probably have to go louis c k he's i think you're over thinking it otherwise him he's he's a we see i think i think regan's he's really do i think is the best yeah yeah it's almost like cherry picking the say like hey name successful musicians and rights and justin timberlake rice go off aboard a little bit there speaking of that money as we jump into this half empty hassle with the chicago bears you also as i mentioned already are a music that deep music knowledge with a little we did a little music draft here on the show recently what would be your fought first five selections if you're filing away songs draft and i'm no one else can have just songs or or artists songs.

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