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"jill kurowski" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:44 min | 5 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Brian Haggard Aurens Redemption lasted a grand total of four week in two days. He is now written the majority in a case. That would have required the Wisconsin Elections Commission to follow the law. He was joined by patients. Rogan Sack, the conservative chief justice, and, naturally, the court's three liberals who I can tell how they're going to know. I'm telling you folks, give me a case. Give me the basic facts of the case. I don't need to know the wall. I just need to know the plaintiffs, the defendants and the basic facts and any political ramifications that there might be and I can tell you exactly how and Walsh Bradley, Jill Kurowski and Rebecca Dalit, the liberal on the ballot are gonna vote. I am not a suit Sayer. I am not know ST Denis. However, it is remarkably easy to tell how any liberal jurist is going to vote. This was the case that would have required voters to be purged from the voter rolls about 20 minutes ago. The opinion was released Hagedorn writing for the majority, and this is just a phenomenal sentence right here. Let's see if I can find it. Uh, did that. Here we go. Here we go. The law. Has a bit of background 6.50 subsection three Wisconsin statute 6.50. Requires that voters the voter rolls be updated regularly. We've talked about this at length on this program. This is just a Ah, phenomenal paragraph from Justice Brian Hagedorn. The question we addressed today is whether a 6.503 places a positive and plain duty on the Wisconsin Elections Commission to do what the law requires. We conclude it does not. Yeah, Producer Davis throwing his hands up in there. The question we addressed today. Is whether 6.50 places a positive and plain duty on the Wisconsin Elections Commission to do what the law requires. We conclude it does not. I mean, why do we even have a Wisconsin Elections commission now? I will caution that I've only very, very briefly. I just realized that the decision came out. I saw a retweet coincidentally enough from the Mac Ivor Institute and just did an entire segment. On a column I wrote for them, they re tweeted. The news. That in a five to ruling About 69,000. People on the list of movers will not have their voter registrations deactivated. This, according to The Associated Press when the lawsuit was first brought in 2019 about 234,000 on the list of those who remain none voted in the 2016 presidential election, according to the Wisconsin Elections Commission. No voters had their registrations deactivated while the legal fight was pending. This lawsuit was brought by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty. And you might remember that a Circuit court judge actually held the Democrat members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission in contempt for refusing to as Hagedorn wrote, do what the law requires. Now. This decision, as I understand it was not a referendum on whether or not these voters should be removed from the list because they rather obviously should. The question was whether the Wisconsin elections coming Shin or local clerks would be required to do this. So what do you think is going to be the result of this ruling? Democrat clerks are going to allow their voter rolls to remain clogged while Republican clerks follow the law. This is the entire reason we have a state Elections commission to ensure that every county every municipality is playing by the same rules. There's also no harm in removing a name from the voter rolls because we have same day registration in this state. I mean, for goodness sakes. But yet again you've got and it's rather disappointing to see Rogan sack. I mean, it wouldn't have mattered to see Rogan sack rule on this again. I don't want to jump to conclusions here because again it's about a 50 page ruling, and I've read a grand total of about three pages that I was racing to get through while we were in commercial break here. So while of course, try to take some time to process it. I'll have a better reaction to this either later in the show today or on Monday When I've got a chance to actually read all of this, and that sense no real surprise here, the three conservative justices or Excuse me. Two remaining conservative justices did Dissent in this opinion, Rebecca Bradley, who is by far I think the strongest conservative on this court. Also in that Ziegler Did disagree with this ruling, so Wisconsin Elections commission held in contempt. Appeals court that I believe included Lisa Neubauer. It was either Neubauer or Kloppenburg or possibly both. I'm not even sure it's been a while. Since all of this went through the court system and remember, we made a huge deal out of this. We made a massive deal out of this. In 2019 early 2020 when this was going on because of the potential first of all, is it too much to ask that the state followed the law to the letter when it comes to administering elections? This is exactly why you've got so many people who simply don't believe that their vote is going to count because you've got ridiculous statements like does the law provide a duty for the Wisconsin Elections Commission to follow the law? No, of course it doesn't. Okay? You know damn well that Dane counties clerk, Milwaukee counties. Clerks are absolutely not going to follow the law. How do I know this? Because both of them encouraged hundreds of thousands of voters to violate the law before the spring election, saying, Yeah, everybody's indefinitely confined because of the cove in 19 pandemic we want to get as many ballots mailed out to these people is humanly possible. Scott McDonald and Dane County or Excuse me. Milwaukee County Clerk George Christiansen blatantly violated the law. In this advice, the Wisconsin Supreme Court says So so now we're gonna count on them. We're going to count on the city of Madison's clerk. Who was issued a cease and desist order after her fraud in the park initiative in which she unlawfully partnered with the Biden administration to promote the event where people were unlawfully voting in city parks, very obviously being induced to do so, with snacks and food and all of this unlawful ballot harvesting unlawful in person, absentee voting all of this in direct violation of state statute. There's a mountain State statutes. This violates she runs back and mixes up all the ballots with ones that were presumably lawfully submitted. So there's no way that those ballots could ever be challenged later on. Really? We're going to trust her. To maintain an accurate voter roll list. About Claire would all fall on her one job is to hold onto the memory stick that contains all of Milwaukee's votes. Oops. About three o'clock in the morning, Miss place. I don't know where I put it. My goodness, We're gonna have more on this. You know what? Let's Let's break it up a little bit. America's favorite new.

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Cumulus media station from ABC News on Chuck's Iverson has covert shots now go into arms of Americans. The light increases says ABC is Tom Yama, said Long Island Jewish Hospital. We just heard from the first doctor and nurse to receive these vaccinations. Here in New York. The nurse did mention how this second wave has just been very dark today. I feel like There is light at the end of the tunnel. It's a long tunnel, as everybody has said, but we see the light. Both said they felt completely normal and that they now have hope and they're going to bring that message to their patients, but also to Americans all across the country to take this vaccine because it's safe, and it's necessary total covert deaths in the U. S Air nearly 300,000, according to the tally by Johns Hopkins University. ABC News is focusing on vaccinations and evening specials tonight on radio and TV members of the electoral College or meeting a state capitals to cast their votes for president and vice president expected to solidify the wind for Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. ABC is Mary Bruce. We have heard some electors say they've been pressured and intimidated by voters who believe the president's conspiracy theories that the race was somehow raped. We are seeing some stepped up precautions and in fact across the country and cities are bracing for demonstration. Another lost today for the Trump team as they try to overturn the election. The Wisconsin state Supreme Court ruled 4 to 3 against two request to throw out Over 221,000 absentee ballots from the most diverse counties in the state. During last Saturday's hearing, Justice Jill Kurowski said. It smacks of racism You wanted. You want us to overturn this election so that your king can stay in power, and that is so on American didn't expected to reach the needed 270 votes when California's electors meet later today. Trump administration's imposing sanctions on its NATO ally Turkey. Because that nation bought a Russian air defense system. The U. S says that system is incompatible with NATO equipment and a potential threat to allied security. Listening to ABC News. Sent us makes software for better customer service. This is something you should care about, because you're a customer. We all are. And customer service is everywhere. Buying stuff.

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Release and hope as the first doses of visors. Covert 19 vaccine are given in the US the very first to a critical care nurse in New York with health care workers and long term care residents the first priority nationwide. Governors welcoming the first shipments of the vaccine, which have to be kept at sub zero temperatures, backup generators to backup generators to make sure that if we lost power, for whatever reason those vaccines are safe. They're going to be there. Those are the things that are being thought out. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz also offering reassurance that the vaccine is safe. Meantime, also taking shape around the country. The 2020 election results electors in each state casting their votes, which will be sent to Congress to certify the results in January, But President Trump is still fighting. Wisconsin Supreme Court, though, is just ruled against another one of his lawsuits. Fox's Jeff Man also has more live. Lisa. Wisconsin's high court rejects President Trump's lawsuit attempting to overturn a 20,000 vote loss amid allegations of vote fraud and irregularities specific to two counties Milwaukee and Dane for which liberal Justice Jill Kurowski during last week's hearing. Told Trump attorneys. It is not governess from a king and what you want is you want us to overturn this election so that your king to stay in power. Former Trump Campaign Attorney Sidney Powell Saturday asked the U. S. Supreme Court to get involved in a federal case she lost earlier in Wisconsin, Lisa Jeff Early voting begins today in the battle for the U. S. Senate to runoff races in Georgia. We should no longer be talking about Election.

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Seen being replicated around the country Relief and hope as the first doses of visors. Covert 19 vaccine are given in the US the very first to a critical care nurse in New York with health care workers and long term care residents the first priority nationwide. Governors welcoming the first shipments of the vaccine, which have to be kept at sub zero temperatures, backup generators to backup generators to make sure that if we lost power, for whatever reason those vaccines are safe. They're going to be there. Those are the things that are being thought out. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz also offering reassurance that the vaccine is safe. Meantime, also taking shape around the country. The 2020 election results electors in each state casting their votes, which will be sent to Congress to certify the results in January, But President Trump is still fighting. Wisconsin Supreme Court, though, is just ruled against another one of his lawsuits. Fox's Jeff Man also has more live. Lisa. Wisconsin's high court rejects President Trump's lawsuit attempting to overturn a 20,000 vote loss amid allegations of vote fraud and irregularities specific to two counties Milwaukee and Dane for which liberal Justice Jill Kurowski during last week's hearing. Told Trump attorneys. It is not governess from a king and what you wanted. You want us to overturn this election so that your king to stay in power. Former Trump Campaign Attorney Sidney Powell Saturday asked the U. S. Supreme Court to get involved in a federal case She lost earlier it. Wisconsin Lisa Jeff. Early voting begins today in the battle for the U. S. Senate to runoff races in Georgia. We should no longer be talking about Election Day..

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:24 min | 9 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On. We're here with Joe Degenova. He's a member of the Trump campaign's legal team. Joe in Wisconsin. There is the Supreme Court there heard oral arguments on Saturday, which is a very rare Saturday meeting of the Wisconsin Supreme Court to the justices Rebecca Delaet and Jill Kurowski. To me. I thought it was a night. Maybe this is how these these proceedings usually go, but they were saying things like this lawsuit, snacks of racism, and I don't know how you can come before this court and possibly asked for a remedy that is unheard of in American history. This is not normal. Another one said that the Trump requested throughout hundreds of thousands of ballots was shameful. You want us to overturn this election so your king can stay in power. This is so un American is that the way judges usually behavior question lawyers in a courtroom. It sounds to be very partisan. No, it's not the way judges talk and in fact only just makes think one thing very clear in Wisconsin and these other four states Republican vote Count watchers. Were systematically excluded in all these major cities from being able to observe the opening of the mail in absentee and mail out ballots. There was no effective supervision of the counting of those ballots that happened in the walkie. In Pittsburgh, Philadelphia in Detroit in Fulton County. It's it's a remarkable story of exclusion from the vote counting process by Republican observers, they were systematically excluded that language by those two judges on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Very injudicious. It is, in fact, very political. What the plainest Reclaiming is that they were being denied constitutional lights that because they weren't allowed to watch the vote counts. And to observe the ballots and the envelopes and the signatures and the dates stance. They were, those votes are illegal and that they should not be counted. That is, in fact, a precise remedy that has been awarded in cases all over the United States. In fact, as late is a couple of years ago in North Carolina, Federal judge throughout an entire election because of vote harvesting by a Republican candidate in a congressional seat and had the election. Re held so that language from the Wisconsin Supreme Court is pretty alarming and just basically outrageous. It's most unfortunate and but then it's very political. But as you know if they're watching the Pennsylvania Supreme Court You can tell that a lot of these state courts are quite political on it. Z really ashamed it's It's part of the degradation of the legal system in the United States, and it's unseemly and I think with those two judges said Really is unworthy of the highest court in Wisconsin is disgraceful. Actually this, eh? So what's next? Joe diGenova when it comes to the Trump team's legal efforts? What are you working on now? And what should we expect in the coming days? And how much does the electoral college vote today? Change any of your math? Well, the electoral college vote is not Hey, Watermark, In other words, is a statutory. Eight. It's not setting the Constitution and it is not a binding event. The two things that are gonna happen is it is the Mike Kelly case in the Supreme Court. That's the one that was thrown out by the Supreme Court. Because Mike was seeking an emergency injunction to stop certification they have now Mike Kelly and his other pointers have now filed a CERT petition to have the case heard by the full court on its merits. And I believe that the court is going to grant that petition and hear the case. In Michigan in Antrim County. As you know, we had thought through counsel. And forensic audit of the voting machines. The Dominion Voting Machines, which switched 6000 votes from Trump to Biden. First, it was said that was human error. Then it was quiet event. Then our lawyers indicated that it was because of flaws in the computers that forensic analysis was done as of yesterday. The Michigan judge field the findings of that forensic analysis until 8 30 this morning and we will know this morning whether or not the judge is going to release that audit. On make it public, which, obviously, we hope it will, because, uh, I don't personally know what the audit has found because of court orders and protective orders about that on it, But I can't believe just guessing that it isn't pretty good for the president. And you answer my question. I wanted to ask why the judge would seal that. Why would you? Why would you put a restriction sharing of what was found in that audience? Isn't this about transparency? Don't we want to know these things? It could be that there may be proprietary information. About the computers in there, and he's trying to figure out a way to release it without releasing the proprietary information to the public, in other words, released the results, but not the methodology. I think that maybe what his thinking was, but obviously it's really important for the results of that audit to be made public, no matter what it is, you know, one way or the other. Right? Yeah, because the lawyer actually did come out and say, Matthew deeper. No did come out and say that it was not human error that it was a computer error. So we know they must have found that out through the audit that they did. So he did say a little bit. Give us a little bit of a glimpse as to what was in there, right, right. And that, but that's all I know, because we were here in Washington have not been privy to those secret proceedings. Okay. All right, Joe Degenova. Thank you as always good to talk to you, and we'll do it again next week when we get more updates. Thank you. Thanks, Joe. Thank you guys. Buy he's out 7 23 until your mail were Washington comes to talk..

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on KOMO

"Okay, well, most Seattle KOMO FM Oakville, the Northwest's on Lee 24 hour news station. From ABC News. I'm Chuck's Iverson, Hospitals and others are preparing as the five year beyond Tech. Covert vaccines are to be getting into the pipeline in the U. S. Dr. David Calendar head of Memorial Hermann Med Center, Houston, This is like the bright light at the end of that long, dark time. So we're so pleased that we have one vaccine. Now that's available to us and pleased that we have others that should be coming soon. The U. S and a record 3300 plus daily coronavirus deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, America's closing in on 300,000 total covert deaths. The U. S has recorded more than 16 million cases of covert by far the most of any country in the world, according to Johns Hopkins, A federal court in Wisconsin becomes the latest to toss one of the Trump team's latest election challenges. Wisconsin Supreme Court voiced skepticism of another Trump challenge. It could rule Monday, Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Jill Kurowski on the trump lawsuit seeking to throw out ballots in two of the most diverse counties to the states. Mr True piss smacks of racism, just his Kurowski, adding. I cannot believe that you were going to come forward and you're gonna accuse our fellow Wisconsinites from engaging in fraud in this election. The people of Wisconsin Should be thanked for exercising their civic duty for doing what is asked of them and coming to work. And the other federal court case say Trump lawsuit asked the Republican controlled Legislature to name Trump the winner. A judge who's a Trump appointee, says the arguments fail as a matter of law. In fact, country music's first black superstar Charley Pride, has died at 86 from Kobe..

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This time in Wisconsin, Trump lost a federal lawsuit that asked the court to order the Republican controlled Legislature to name Trump the winner over Democrat Joe Biden, who won the election. U. S District Judge Brett Ludwig Trump appointee, said the president's arguments quote failed as a matter of law. In fact, in another case, Trump lawyer's face skeptical liberal and conservative judges on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. With liberal justices, saying the lawsuit asking to toss more than 221,000 absentee ballots cast in counties that have AH diverse electorate. Quote smacks of racism. Justice Jill Kurowski did not hold back you wanted. You want us to overturn this election so that your king to stay in power. And that is so on American President Elect Joe Biden is reportedly considering Governor Cuomo to be is a G. Bloomberg report says Cuomo's on a short list that includes Alabama. The Senator Doug Jones, US Circuit Coat Court Judge Merrick Garland and former deputy Attorney General Sally Yates. Cuomo had previously served as housing and Urban Development secretary during the Clinton administration. The governor's discussing what needs to be done to help struggling businesses, with coronavirus numbers spiraling and indoor dining, shutting down again in the city on Monday. Cuomo said that the federal government must provide relief to bars and restaurants in the next stimulus package. Understand battling Cove it I also understand you're wiping out businesses. We'll do what we can in New York we're going to extend the commercial eviction moratorium. Governor says The current spike in cases is likely to continue through January because of people gathering for the holidays. Police are charging a queen's woman after she drove her car into a crowd of protesters yesterday afternoon in Midtown. Absolute 52 year old Kathleen Cassio is facing a charge of reckless endangerment after striking protesters at the intersection of 39th Street and Third Avenue. What about 4 P.m.? This witness describes how the terrifying scene unfolded, dodged a bike..

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Excuse I'm Roger Stern. It's now a matter of logistics, getting the covert vaccine out as quickly as possible following FDA approval yesterday. I expect the first shipments to arrive Monday morning. Extensive coordination will ensure that this occurs. General Gustav Permit is CEO of Operation Warp Speed. A day after the Supreme Court said no to the president's allies, his lawyers went before the Wisconsin Supreme Court seeking to throw out the popular vote in two counties. Some on the court seemed open to the president's claims. But not justice. Jill Kurowski. I do not know how you can come before this court and possibly ask us For a remedy that an unheard of in American history that audio courtesy of Wisconsin on America is listening. Fucks me in the Corporal New Center. I'm Phil Farrar as California reports a record of nearly 35,500 positive coronavirus cases on Friday. There is a glimmer of hope the state awaiting the first batch. Of Corona virus vaccines and plans to distribute it to hospitals on Monday to inoculate healthcare workers on the front lines of the pandemic. Also those in nursing homes state expected to receive 327,000. Fizer Vaccine San Diego Around 28,000. Meanwhile, the percentage of ICU beds continues to drop, particularly in Southern California. Now just 5.3% left the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in San Diego County. Increasing 3/10 of a cent today to $3.16 finding cheaper kogo dot com. Keyword Gas Co goes updated San Diego Whether cooler today we'll see some sunshine but mostly clouds warming tomorrow right now. Downtown 61 degrees. I'm Phil Farrar stay connected. Stay informed.

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"California region has dropped to 5.3% as of yesterday. More than 3600. People in L. A county were in the hospital with coronavirus 23% in the ICU officials say If current trends continue, those numbers will double in two weeks, placing a potentially catastrophic burden on local medical facilities. You see, l, a assistant nursing professor, she says, says she got the cove in 19 vaccine, which was just approved for emergency use authorization by the FDA. She says she did experience some side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after her booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in the fight, sir. Vaccine trials and South symptoms come and go over the course of a day, she says. The good news is most people won't experience any symptoms, and if they do they go away pretty quickly. University of California officials have asked the region's to consider a tuition hike for the 2022 school year because of drops in revenue revenue caused by the pandemic chancellors and senior officials at five of the nine UC schools. Say a $300 million budget cut and depressed revenues during the pandemic and made a tuition hike A necessity. Tuition was last raised in 2011. In March, The regions were scheduled to vote on a five year plan to raise tuition and fees that would have begun this fall. But it never went anywhere because of widespread cut drill shutdowns caused by the coronavirus. A grand jury has indicted a man in Riverside County in the murder if it's nine year old son. Investigators say they believe Bryce Macintosh, killed his son last year, then bought gloves, acid drain opener and a trash can Indictment also includes a special circumstance allegation of torture. Judge in Wisconsin has rejected President Trump's lawsuit asking the court to order the state Legislature to name Trump the winner over Joe Biden. The Supreme Court in Wisconsin is also hearing another case asking to toss more than two. It's 221,000 absentee ballots is not normal. Justice Jill Kurowski says the lawsuit, as she puts it, Smacks of racism you wanted. You want us to overturn this election so that your king can stay in power, and that is so on American, Kurowski says. This kind of request is unheard of in American in straight. Joe Biden has picked Susan Rice to be his domestic policy adviser. He says it took some time to convince her to take the job. Her voice is particularly needed this critical moment. Granddaughter of immigrants, senator enslaved people. Susan will be ineffective entire list champion for all Americans. Rice was the national security Advisor U. N Ambassador, an assistant secretary of state for African affairs in the Obama and Clinton administrations. Some sea animals might be caught between ice and a hard place. The world's largest iceberg is on course to crash.

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"S officials say the nation's First cove in 19 vaccine will begin arriving in states Monday morning. Army General Guess Pernis said trucks will start rolling out tomorrow, ups and FedEx will be delivering Pfizer's vaccine to nearly 155 150 distribution centers across the states. Warner 25 more sites will get shipments on Tuesday. The remaining 66 on Wednesday. Health experts are trying to encourage you to trust in the cove in 19 vaccine. Dr. Francis Collins, the director of the National Health Institute, says he's confident it seems to work to cross all different age groups and different ethnicities. So this is a vaccine that appears from my perspective to be both, Ah, lot more effective than we had hoped for and to have a very good safety record. Holland says lot of different voices. They're gonna have to speak up to explain the science behind the vaccine to reassure people that it is safe. Mayor Garcetti is joined Pope Francis Chinese President Xi Jinping. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French president and Manuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. With the virtual climate ambition summit, Trudeau says the pandemic has shown us the importance of global couple cooperation, and we must translate that lesson. How we deal with the climate crisis. Because our kids and grandkids are counting on US events being held on the fifth anniversary of the Paris climate accord, which President Trump withdrew from, But Joe Biden has promised to rejoin when he's sworn in as president. Ah federal judge in Wisconsin has rejected President Trump's lawsuits trying to overturn Joe Biden's win in the state. The state Supreme Court in Wisconsin, is hearing another lawsuit seeking to overturn the election. This is not normal Justice Jill Kurowski says the administration's efforts to toss out 221,000 absentee ballots as she put it smacks of racism. Police in New York have arrested a woman for driving her car into protesters. Kathleen Cassio allegedly slammed her car into the protesters. Yesterday afternoon. I dodged.

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:51 min | 10 months ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It is Dan O'Donnell show a tour de force of Truth. That means the facts I can prove Logically turn into a case for conservatism. Folks don't misunderstand. I would love to see the proof of massive Dominion based vote fraud. Remember, you are talking to the guy who has been finding vote fraud here in Wisconsin for the past three weeks who is exposing for the past year, the matter in which the Wisconsin Elections Commission and Milwaukee County and Dane County clerks and those responsible for administering elections in Milwaukee and Madison have made vote fraud and inevitability. God. I practically went to war with the city of Madison over their fraud in the park event. Screaming at the top of my lungs about all the laws that this broke I will only report on that which I can prove. Such as this The story of Amelia. Amelia. Her 96 years old in August. She Has a power of attorney It's her daughter. She has memory issues. She is Sadly, not with it. She had an absentee ballots sent to her On September 21st. She completed That ballot, it was returned. And counted, or at least marked, is having been returned on October 1st. Amelia has been in a memory carry unit. She is just not someone who pays attention to politics or elections or according to both your daughter and son in law. Have the wherewithal to follow any of this. She just in fact, I'm not sure if she even knew who is running for president. He voted. She voted in the general election. She voted in the August primary. He voted in the spring election. She voted in the general election in 2018. She voted in the partisan primary in August of 2016. She voted in the spring collection of 2016. So what we're seeing here is a pattern. Amelia was someone who regularly voted since 2011, which is the farthest back that Wisconsin elections Commission records will go in the publicly available data base. My vote wi dot gov. What we see, however, is now After she first requested a ballot in March of 2019, so this would have been ahead of the Spring election last year, which was a Supreme Court election that saw Brian Hagedorn get elected. Remember it was Rebecca Dalit, the liberal on the ballot won election in 2018 and 2019 Hagedorn, one in the upset over Lisa Neubauer. And this past year, Jill Kurowski unseated Daniel Kelly. In the spring election. You could only have one Supreme Court justice up for reelection each year. So she requested this ballot. And because clearly, she marked or someone marked for her that she wants to keep receiving absentee ballots in perpetuity. She did. She's been voting. Our daughter and son in law Tell me that this is essentially an impossibility. Because she just doesn't have the wherewithal to follow the elections or casting informed vote. This ladies and gentlemen, is where the fraud takes place. In fact, in Wayne County, Michigan, the number one used address for votes is a psychiatric hospital. There are P o boxes that are being used for voter addresses. People are voting from Pizza Hut's, for goodness sakes. This is where the fraud takes place. It is impersonation fraud, and this is why Democrats are so hell bent on destroying voter I d laws. It's because they are casting ballots. And this is why, by the way that mail in ballots are the easiest to defraud, especially when you don't have voter I d requirements. And what was the very first thing that Governor Tony Evers here in Wisconsin wanted to do with his coronavirus relief? Billy wanted to temporarily suspend voter ID. What does that possibly have to do with stopping the spread of coronavirus?.

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Any time. Honestly. So I guess I would say that the results of every election are a surprise in Wisconsin because It's always so close. It usually is close. But this time and now to the rice that has captured the attention of the nation tonight, it wasn't Judge Jill Kurowski won a 10 year term to the state's highest court, the liberal challenger one by 11 points 160,000 votes. How do you explain the results? I don't expect there's the easy answer. Well, I think that's a really good question. How did The liberal win. On April 7th. I have not seen a really good explanation for that. Honestly, What we do know is the liberal candidate did really well with vote by mail. Democrats adapted to the new system in just a few weeks. GOP was less nimble. It's also possible that some of the older folks who would tend to vote Republican and conservative decided not to vote. On April 7th because of the fear of coronavirus. It's possible they were disenfranchise, too. Tom shek, an investigative reporter at our partner, a PM reports looked into this other kind of disenfranchisement. Vote by mail ballots that were thrown out. He got ahold of public records of rejected ballots and started calling up individual voters. I guess I'm telling you this for the first time did you know that your ballots were rejected in 2018 and in spring? You know, no one called you? No one said anything not to tell you this Now it's first diver. Jim Moses in Salem Lakes, a small town in the southern corner of the state is a reliable Republican voter, but his absentee ballots have been rejected. Twice. What do you think about this? He pissed Can't you give me a reason why it was rejected? It looks like Thank you said your wife saw it was your witness. Correct? Yes. It looks like she didn't put her address, which I believe is probably your address on the envelope. So that was what the problem laws of that makes sense. You know, I suspected that and the reason being is because I received an absentee ballots in August and I read the directions and it kind of thought that maybe I did forget to do that..

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on KGO 810

"From the wonderful world of litigation. The French man has sued his former employer, a perfumer. Because his job was so boring that it depressed the man before you start singing a chorus of Boo hoo! The man 1 $45,000. Newlyweds are well known for driving away from their weddings in a car trailing 10 cans behind it. No, I never understood that either. But it was a different story recently for a New Zealand couple who got stuck in the Falkland Islands during the pandemic and decided to honeymoon in the waters of the ad Arctic aboard a fishing boat. And in the wake behind the boat, not a 10 can was to be seen. Sometimes, of course, after the honeymoon, I could be a problem. And so it is that an Indonesian man has divorced the wife he met online when he discovered that she's a man. He discovered this Two days into the marriage. That must have been an interesting honeymoon. State Supreme Court justices are elected in Wisconsin, and to celebrate that fact reelected. Justice Jill Kurowski chose to be sworn in again right in the middle of her favorite hobby. Running a 100 mile ultramarathon talk about running for office. Everything seems to be going high tech these days that, unfortunately, that includes crime. Ah British study says we can look forward to artificial intelligence used to send tiny drones into houses through small windows, letter slots and cat and dog flaps. And that doesn't even include such crimes Is terrorism, using computer controlled driverless vehicles hacked to turn them into guided missiles? Al Capone you were born too soon. And current technology was working just fine for a couple of lacrosse Wisconsin men until they were busted for having £6 of pot. Butane hash oil cocaine over 200 packages of T. H C. Edibles over $11,000 in cash. At a flamethrower. Maybe the flames or was for lighting the marijuana. The off beat. I'm Jimbo headed and on that high note America in the morning for Thursday, August 6th, 2020 is produced.

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"That's right. Four hours. Hey. Scuff agnan er morning. Ask a finger or a Let's see Wagner's What GT GT It's a hybrid situation. Wag Needy wet. No, but school fee comes first. And then Jeff Wagner so it would be. Ah, yeah, something like that. So anyway, you got laid for four hours. We're going to take you up until opening day will take up until the Brewers home opener. And that starts at 12 35 will not be the warmest day in Miller Park. Maybe in Miller Park. History will be the warmest day. What was the hottest one? Otherwise well, like Gene was just saying there's looked it up, and it was 81. 81 back in somebody's saying the seventies so a long time ago, and today's high is supposed to be what, 78 So we are not on track to set the all time which is sad, but this July 31st you think we could knock that record out of the ballpark, But that won't be the case. But in Miller Park history Could very well be. You know what would have been great as if it was the hottest day because forever Then we'd be able to tell our Children Hey one day at Miller Park. It was 95 opening day or our kids would look at the data and you go. Yeah, but you know what? That season started late because of the old pandemic. Tell you about something and then and then some. Let me tell you about that time That was a double header, but they only played seven innings. I started on third base on that point. Exactly. It was just pandemonium all over the place. So, Yeah, we are going to ramp up to what's gonna be happening today. Big doubleheader. The Bucks are back. We'll get into that as well. But Mike Spaulding is here, obviously, and let's start with The mask mandates way. Have until what time is it? Midnight tonight? 12. 01 A yellow one. If you're out, put a mask on. So we have 12 about 16 15.5 hours. Yeah, Clock's ticking. If if you are. I don't want to wear a mask. Never gonna wear a mask Mask free era but about 15.5 hours yet, right? Yeah, that's basically where we were and other announcing the mandate. DEA yesterday as you mentioned this as the state's overall positive test load hit 52,000 science and public health experts are telling us that face coverings and mask And save lives. My mask protects you. Your mask protects me and our mass works best when we both wear them together. Governor's order mandates Anybody over the age of five and inside of a public building will need to wear a covering their though, will be no outside component means you can still go for a walk outside Go swimming. Her eat without a face covering If you're going to head to the grocery store, supporting a local restaurant and waiting for your food, we needed a mask up, folks. Goes into effect tomorrow. As you mentioned midnight 12 01 runs through the end of September. As of right now, though, it could be extended or shortened if we suddenly start heading in the right direction. Has this been taken to the state Supreme Court yet? Do we need to check on this? I don't think so. Not yet. It's on the way the carrier pigeon is heading straight there or you better believe it's on the way now. Did I? I didn't see you yesterday. Have you heard my grassy knoll theory of this? Why it took this long? No, but I'm open to it now because I look I enjoy a good trip to the grassy knoll as much as the next person. My grassy knoll theory and this isn't based on anything other than my own. Cynicism, right? So when the safe ride home order was struck down by the state Supreme Court, it was a 43 vote correct. It was surprisingly close authorizing Lee close and surprisingly kind of split a little bit with Haig adorn going to the minority decision, right? The conservative justice quote unquote Haig adorned ghost. Correct. So this weekend. Judge Jill Kurowski officially takes a seat on the bench, a quote unquote liberal justice. Thus the conservative majority shrinks for three from five to correct Yes. So did the governor. This is again just me. Just my cynicism. Just my grassy knoll theory. Did the governor wait? To an act this mandate until this weekend when he knew it would be for three in the thinking that well, if this thing goes to the state Supreme Court to if I got Haig adorned last time, would I not get Haig adorn this time? And thus it would be a 43 decision in favour ofthe the mask mandate. If it gets to that point, if Hagedorn is still a A swing vote on this particular issue. What do you think about that? Mike Spaulding? I don't know. Scott. Do bears do their business in the woods. Of course, this is a political move. We've been around long enough. The first thing inside when this was implemented, it hasn't gone to the Supreme Court yet. So you knew that it was going to be challenged? You know, this is what Wisconsin politics look like and have looked like since Governor Evers took over the governor's office. Everything is going to be a battle. And this is just gonna be another example of it, So no, I would not be surprised at all. If if it was weighted and held all right, then. Just throwing it out there something to consider..

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Exactly Replacing Daniel Kelly is that you know how they got those votes. They're getting the vote. So if you don't think these elections count Please remember today Please remember this and sometimes it'll be something. If you don't care about this understand you will care about other things and it will happen And those votes really, really, really did count would go back in the reasons why, but bottom line is when Dan Kelly left the court as he leaves the court over today. Tomorrow, and Jill Kurowski comes in. This mass mandate goes in, as do a lot of other possible programs over the next six weeks because they figure they got the votes now on the state Supreme Court. Yeah, and they and they figured that Hagedorn is on their side since he's already on the record as saying he supports the governor's vast emergency authority is on record. Saying that here's Ah Emailer Lacrosse County has had one death one in Lacrosse County, one Why do you need a mask? Mandate? One death. The set the 70 year old man with co morbidity CZ one Why do you need a mask? Mandate? Lacrosse County Iron County, which got some attention from Wisconsin Public radio is saying Iron County positives air going up Iron County has had one death. One in Iron County. Why does iron County need mass mandate again? Remember, more people are getting tested? The contact tracers are driving people who are more likely to be positive. To testing facilities and the state is tend of 14 days behind counting negative tests in the number plus Hospitalizations and deaths are down and have been down since the height in May, and this is not about masks. It's not about man's. Not about that. It's about making sure you comply that you have the maximum out of Bad days between now and November so that you support the other party, the party of the governor and If they get mail in voting bonus time. Hey, we didn't just make your life miserable and keep our economy down so that you would vote against the people who are in office. But we also got mail in voting. Just as an insurance is an insurance policy. I've said this before, folks say, Well, people will get fatigued to the point where they'll start to fight back. No. People get fatigued to the point where they start to feel like they can't That's what ends up happening. So you see Portland, Seattle. All of these crazy places. Look at Madison Madison. I mean, there's more multiple demonstrations going on disruptive and violent demonstrations going on. Nobody feels like they have any way to fight back, so they stop. Trying. Could one per please, I'd say this. I don't know the situation. Milwaukee. I keep telling people please drive down State Street in Madison, Wisconsin, if you want to feel physically ill. To see what they have done to this beautiful town. It looks like it looks like something you would see in 1/3 world. Third downtown. It looks like New Guinea. The only thing missing from the highlands of New Guinea, where I was two years ago is dirt roads. And they'll make them dirt before they're done. Yeah, So this is understand everyone. There is no point at which everybody finally get sick of it. This is how the Soviets were able to take over Russia. This is how they were able to expand across eastern Europe. This is how mouth took over China. This is how it happens because folks feel in part of the other, you know, part of the other. Tak tactic is multiple different. Pieces of chaos going on simultaneously. You have, you know, riots going on? You have Congress lying you have you know you have the inability of the government of function, so they have effectively rendered the government totally without the capacity to function. Here in Wisconsin. Almost totally without capacity to function. Tony Evers has decided that the way to govern in Wisconsin is to let Maggie go right. Executive orders for him to execute. That's Wisconsin. But even worse in Washington, no capacity to govern whatsoever at the same time that is happening. You have got the media participating in the widespread dissemination of bad information in fear porn about a virus that has still Killed less people than influenza and pneumonia. In order to make you feel Totally incapable of fighting back because there doesn't seem like there's any way to actually win. You know, this is this is this is very much akin to 1938 in England. So in 1938 England The S O. The Germans were already overrunning countries throughout the European, Europe and You would have thought that Neville Chamberlain, the then prime minister of England, when they're 20 miles away from Europe would have thought. Well, okay, We build up our defenses when you do this. Instead, he sat down with Hitler and they decided to give up Czechoslovakia. Because, they said, we'll give up Czechoslovakia and that will end what will happen. It will be fine and they cheered him. I mean, he had 80% approval ratings in England. Why? Because that's the way people want to think they think if we give them what they want. They'll just go away. I'll go away ice, and that's not the way it works. Don't even have to go to 1938. England. You can just take a look at what's going on in Portland right now. We got to take a break here. Jim, can you have a list to a recess? Please? The honorable judge Jim Trip is presiding. I'll be right back. Eric back here. So listen, I would watch out for your deads underwear. It's still Dan. What are you doing? Your mom's okay with me using the laundry for weight training. I could start my dumbbells in the dryer. Look, I put a piece of plywood over the sink here and I have a desk for my home office. I'm done living in my parentsbasement..

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"The Democrats fielded A. Relatively young. Female candidates. And had tremendous hope that because of Kobe the academy that they could get a break through. One of those elections was in here in Wisconsin. And the Democrats are hoping that the momentum that they had with Jill Kurowski wapping Dan Kelly in the Supreme Court election on the few weeks ago would carry over into the congressional race. The other races in suburban Los Angeles in an area that has been held by a Republican congressman. But the Democrats had a very good candidate in terms of political appeal. California, even some of the Republican areas have moved Democrat over the years. Bad their hopes their. The Wisconsin election. The Republican Tom Tiffany one bake. The California race is. Not over. Because, California had a mail in election out there. And in California they established the same rule that we had it. Wisconsin for the Supreme Court election. Any ballot that was mailed by Tuesday can be counted as long as it gets in by. Friday so some of the ballots are not yet counted in California. But the majority of them are. And The Republican candidate Garcia is way ahead. The Republican. National Congressional Campaign Committee is calling the democratic and seed, because she so far behind it be get an overwhelming majority of the votes that were bailed in Tuesday and didn't get there until Friday highly unlikely because the margin is about twelve points right now it's in the range of fifty six, forty, four the Republicans ahead. Now again I grant you both. These districts already were Republican. But in both cases. The Republican victory was strong and in the race in Wisconsin. It came right after the liberals just one. Any election and ran while losing rather well. In, the Supreme Court Trace. Individual.

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"jill kurowski" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"jill kurowski" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"One week ago as we reported here the Republican controlled legislature and Wisconsin backed up by both the state and the Federal Supreme Court's insisted on holding their statewide election in the middle of pandemic with really no special extraordinarily dispensations for folks and. Predictably it was a crazy scene and walkie only five polling places. Were open out of the usual one hundred and eighty because they weren't enough available porkers so we saw huge lines of people waiting to vote in masks some expressing their frustration with signs like this one that went viral saying appropriately. This is ridiculous. The Republicans Assembly speaker a mask gloves and a protective gown to tell everyone it was quote incredibly safe to go out. Basically the whole thing was a travesty for public health and also a shockingly cynical move by state. Republicans they clearly thought that holding this race amidst a pandemic would suppress turnout and then help their chances in the hotly contested battle for a state supreme courts with a conservative incumbent endorsed by the president. I mean they basically tried to say to the voters of walkie and Wisconsin your vote or your life and backfired astonishing the liberal challenger for that Supreme Court Seat Jill. Kurowski won by ten percentage points. She ousted the conservative incumbent. Overall turnout was down from twenty sixteen and around eighty percent of all votes were cash for absentee thankfully but Democrats won the seat a genuinely shocking result in a state that is as tightly contested as any in the nation I mean. Wisconsin is widely viewed by election watchers. As what they call the tipping point state one St whose outcome will most reflect and determine who wins the national presidential election November? Donald Trump won that state by just under twenty three thousand votes. Twenty Sixteen Jill Kurowski the Supreme Court candidate. She just want her seat by over. One hundred sixty thousand votes since has to be very very scary result for Donald Trump and the Republican party. Joining me now. Is Ben wicker chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin? Which put a lot of work into this? How did this result happened then? This result came from three big things. The first is that Donald Trump personalized this race. He kept urging people to go out and vote for Dan Kelly. He actually came and endorsed Dan. Kelly Republican Scott Walker appointees on our Supreme Court in person in his rally Milwaukee in January. We made it about himself and Wisconsin repudiated trump. The second thing is that this was a backlash against voter suppression. People hate having their vote. Suppressed and Republicans were willing to push people into a lethal pandemic because they thought Republican voters would understand less clearly the dangers of this than Democratic voters but this is also a win for organizing Democrats progressive groups grassroots organizations across the cross the state on groups led by people of Color African American Latino leaders across Wisconsin rural leaders and Democratic Party of Wisconsin. Volunteers made millions of phone calls text messages. Reach on Social. Media talked voters through how to request an absentee ballot for the first time in their lives and we could see the fruits of that in an election where we more than dribbled the record for the number of absentee ballots. It was about two hundred fifty thousand twenty sixteen in a presidential election. This was a state Supreme Court race and it was over a million. I feel so mixed about what's happened Wisconsin just because it really was such a travesty. This this election took place. I've seen now. The the Supreme Court justices themselves are their meeting. They voted absentee all. All the folks in the state assembly pressing physical distancing have there been recriminations. Has there been fallout locally there in the aftermath of this undertaking like. Let's not do that again. I wish that I could tell you that. After seeing what voters were willing to cast their ballots that Republicans had realized the error of their ways and run in the other direction. But the party is insisting on doing this again and again this year. There's a special election for Congress TRICIA DUNKER WHO's an extraordinary candidate and associate justice behold chunk nation tribal nation Supreme Court. She's running for Congress in northern Wisconsin. Their elections on May twelfth and because Republicans are so intent on following Donald. Trump's personal orders that people not be allowed to vote absentee. They're going to force this vast rural community in northern Wisconsin. Where vote by mail would make every kind of sense to vote in person on May Twelfth? We're going to be organizing for that race to and they want to do this again. Wait wait wait. Wait with called up. Hold up hold up the they're not. They're not going to allow vote by mail. No excuse absentee voting for a May twelfth special congressional election so I should be clear we have no excuse absentee voting. But you have to upload a photo of your voter ID and then get a witness is who sign your ballot envelope to cast her ballot and re we sued in court. Democrats suit in court to change those rules and ultimately to try to postpone the election and switch to a vote by mail election where everyone receives a ballot in the mail. Republicans said no and they sued to our State Supreme Court and you National Supreme Court to stop people from getting a little extra time and a little extra relief to the radically. And they're doing it again right now. It is hard to believe. Let me let me ask you this a final question. I mean you know. Taking the political temperature of the country we have. We have polling. We've got approval ratings and things like that then these special elections and I remember I think it was last year or two years ago when there was a a seat open. Brian Haggard orders of conservative. One that he won by three points and it was. It was a bummer for Democrats. There and progressive activists have fought against. What is save you about the sort of political temperature of your hotly contested state? This result what I see across the state what we hear in the gigantic number of calls that we make in the call flow into our voter protection. Hotline is a level of intensity of feeling of conviction that we have got to change that. We've never seen at this point in an election year last year. Democrats actually bumped up their turnout and Republicans jumped by thirty percent and won by five thousand nine hundred eighty one votes. A tiny tiny margin out of more than a million votes cast this year. Republicans jumped their turnout again to get over trump but we overtop them with a massive massive search. This is going to be the most hard-fought election you can imagine. We're organizing around the clock if you want to support it you can go wisdom's that org slash donate. I should add and wisdom's dot org slash volunteer. We're going to be kind of get a absentee ballot into the hands of every single person who is eligible and ready to vote against Donald Trump in the fall because this battle is going to go to the very last second all right Ben. Wexler Chair the Wisconsin Democratic Party. Thank you so much. Thank you coming.

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