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"joe arpaio" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"He was the celebrity shariff who received a controversial pardon from donald trump. But even though joe arpaio has been out of office for nearly five years he still costing arizona taxpayers money a lot of it with the latest legal judgments related to his policies which ranged from dehumanizing to outright illegal the county has now paid out one hundred million dollars in legal fees and settlements and throughout all. He's remained characteristically unrepentant. Lydia guzman is an immigrant's rights advocate in arizona and a longtime critic of mr are pyeho. We reached her in phoenix. Lydia how did you react when you heard that. Sheriff arpaio has no cost taxpayers. One hundred million dollars or my first reaction was. I'm not surprised and Sad because i know that the bleeding will continue the latest judgment Was this last week. When the restaurant owner gotta settlement with sheriff are pile of three point one million dollars after sheriff bio had raided his business. Can you tell me about that case yet. So this is a worksite grain. One of the actions that Then sheriff are pile was doing is he. Was he was going into work sites and you know based on a tip and he was was writing been trying to look for people that were unauthorized to work immigrants and so in in these rate everyone's civil rights were trampled on not just the workers but the restaurant owners the clients you know and so several lots of came out of these rates from you know whether you're clients whether you're where you work there and you know and this is just one of those losses that just happened to her. Some of these suits that have been settled involve the people who died in Sheriff arpaio's jails in violent circumstances. There were his political enemies. Sued him for the investigations. He launched against them He there's the case of a woman who had been detained who was restrained before and after giving birth at a hospital and it just goes on and on doesn't it. So what sticks out to you. Most as i guess the worst example of what sheriff arpaio and his actions did those cases are pretty egregious when you have a woman who is giving and she handcuffed to the railings of the bed. Spread-eagle and you know i mean what makes a deputy thinks that this is how treat someone that's giving birth. He'll treat a dog this way. Why would you treat a human being this way. And so when the deputies is under under the sheriff's odors this was nothing more than the cost. Your terror terror so that it would create this this this Sense across the county. And that'll be decrease i sent across the county. The whole world knew about this There's a case where during a worksite. Rate one woman was thrown up against the wall and her face actually for john. Her face broke up against the wall. I mean come on. We're talking about a civil misdemeanor when you're working without authorization you know. This is not how you treat someone. Caesar's civil misdemeanors okay. And so this is. This is the type of stuff that happened. But people in arizona knew he was doing at least some of his deputies. Were that there were including the dont just abuse but the humiliation of prisoners and they kept me electing him right. I mean he was reelected for six terms. So why do they keep voting for him. Then so i- information started coming out with lawsuit after lawsuit. The voters of maricopa county finally had enough different advocacy groups. Civil rights organizations started showcasing this information and started sharing it with the media and it was thanks to the work of the media. Who was sharing these stories with the public and the public said my goodness we can't we can't have these types of not just civil rights but human rights violations taking place That's not who we are. And i think it was the same people in maricopa county. That said enough is enough we. We don't treat people this way. Where better than this. And then the same people are the ones that you support him or the same ones that were fiscal conservative. And said we can't just keep bleeding out you know settlements and lawsuit money and those are the same ones that said finally enough is enough. He's still trying to run for office though he has said he said that if he had to do it again in an office as sheriff he'd he'd do the same thing you do it all over again. So what's your response to him. Well i hope that the people that live in that community where he's running for office pay close attention to the money that continues to bleed out in in these settlements I don't know that he still has that type of support. They may be friendly with him and they may say hello to him at the store but they probably won't vote for him and i'm hoping that that the community there has more common sense. Have you had any contacts. At all. With mr pyo. Since he left office the only thing that i was able to say is I put out a public condolences to him when his wife died a couple of months ago. I think we're all human beings. And i actually felt bad and i put out some condolences and i know that he's been trying to reach out. You know he wanted me to call him back. And i just. It's not in my heart to have a conversation with him. Who did talk to him. What would you say you know. I i actually would probably say. I have nothing to say to you. You know what he left. Behind the destruction the terror the the human carnage. The the broad motions was overwhelming for me. I think i still have. Ptsd watching children cry. Watching mothers cry watching why cry because their loved ones were torn away from them into and away from them when they were arrested or when he when he was running his immigration policy right. He's running as immigration policy. When he's doing work side raise families were outside of whether the the stores warehouses. The car washes that were being rated. They were outside of. They were crying. And i remember be outside most almost each and every one of those rates and i was taking notes of you know talking to the families and the bus would come in and they would load up. These the the detainees in the pink handcuffs and they were wisk them away. I remember children waving to their dad. Knowing that that was probably the last time they were gonna see them. That is something you'll never forget. And i'll never forgive him for that video. I appreciate speaking with you. Thanks thank you so much. I appreciate video. Guzman is an immigrant's rights.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Conservative. Small government thing. I can't overstate how expensive it is to have you pilots your sheriff paul penzone. The new sheriff beat rpo largely on a platform of cleaning up the mcs. Oh and making it less brutal and thus less expensive in two thousand eighteen. Jor pyo ran for senate a bid to replace jeff flake and more than anything. A bid to return to political and cultural relevance the eighty six year old law man slash criminal wound up dead last in tunisia twenty. He ran for sheriff again but lost his primary bid to jerry sheridan who basically promised to be jor pyo but less old and disgraced share it and went on to lose badly to the incumbent penzone and that's where things stand today. I keep thinking about this guy who would literally Pick up people for the crime of driving while mexican and put them in his like torture chambers own concert and put them in a concentration camp by his own. Admission would then was then free to go on fox news and say fuck off to a federal judge he oh he felt not wrongly that he was like allow he could continue his climbing and his flaunting. Who's at a law as long as fuck wanted. And he could he and his team of armed yahoos could pick up whoever they wanted. Treat them however they want with no indication. They did any crimes whatsoever. yep yep. Donald trump loved this guy. We didn't even. I feel like we didn't even get into that but i mean that part of remembers donald trump prays. This guy you know. Seven ways the sunday horrible. It's just incredibly frustrating. I think probably if he if i'm more frustrated by his partner manafort's part and they're pretty awful but yeah pretty bad guy kinda jar not great. She was not the uplifting episode. You promised me yeah. I apologize to you in the chair. Talk pyo famed philanthropist. I mean and the komo is like okay great. He like charged with criminal contempt of court. Like six after six straight years of of ignoring don't don't detain people for no reason like ignoring everything else. It's wild and the people that enabled him are are on the for the for his crimes to. Let's be clear about that if voting for this guy time after time after time. You're on the ford. If you're a politician sounds like democrat. Democrats kratz share for sure. You're you enabled that shit and you are. You're part of it and this had there has to be the conversation to the. There's a lot of media that are complicit in ohio. My god one hundred percent if you if you were buying into this guy's suffering porn you know you're part of the problem and you know like not to get too meadow but i feel like his story is like a just a story about how fucked up our entire political media criminal justice ecosystem is right now and how easy it is for like a bad actor to exploit it as if we needed another lesson lesson after lesson every day. But he's another one. Here is another one in particularly horrifying one for sure. Unlike unlike his ability to regal into the lake like parasitic. Wiggle into the sara bellum of america and be unable to for to be cast out is just. It's wild like the length of of his criminal. Service is is incredible. Yep yeah it's i mean he's in there for so fucking long and i'm sure there's more i haven't found a ton of granular detail about his time. You know in the bureau of narcotics in the d. e. a. But i'm sure there's fucked up shit that we we. We don't get from that period knowing the kind of guy that he is right right But yeah. I thought about that though about the eldest thing. Remember how elvis like got a badge to be a fake narcotics asian. Yeah he didn't do that May maybe maybe. That's the sheriff joe sheriff joe connection. Yeah that i might. I might believe that then. Actually i might believe that. Then fuck it. Everything else was all good. Yeah Chief sheriff joe if you got elvis his badge if you got the fucking narc yeah. It's all good okay. So noah you got any any plus plug ables man. Nothing really applaud. But you can find me at no a shagman. That's an oh sha hd man now a shagman on twitter. I'll be starting my new job at rolling stone magazine real soon. And we're going to have some fun Causing trouble for the ship bags of the world looking forward to it. Yeah well good luck doing that. thankfully it looks like you won't have joe on your roster 'cause by god. He can't possibly win election again for anything he's too old and he's he's too failed at this point it has to be the end right. This has to be end. Have you never heard of jinx's before high god. Yeah you just totally jinxed it he becomes president somehow in twenty one hundred hundred. It's going to be joe versus joe. Twenty four election at least can make jokes about joe biden being old. Yeah that that would be the i though you would think that given trump's age that wouldn't have happened this election either but that's fair nobody. Nobody gives a shit about anything anymore. It's nothing at all matters. Noah thank you for coming on the show. Thank you for talking with me about shariff joe and thank all of you for listening to a tale that i hoped made everyone's life a little bit worse. Try the best dude. God all right bye. Hey guys it's brian baumgartner. And you do not want to miss the next episode of the office deep dive billy eyelashes calling in right now. If you want to say hello to she really is. Yeah yeah sure. Listen to the office. Deep dive on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Hundred percent out there. So in a statement of interest in a case against the the department of justice described the decision to use untrained volunteers to search vehicles transport arrested immigrants and carry out worksite raids. They noted quote. Mcs provides insufficient supervision and oversight to ensure that volunteer posse members taking apart immigration enforcement activities. Do so without engaging in unlawful discrimination after the sandy hook massacre are pyo sent armed posse members to patrol elementary schools. Even though they were not certified peace officers the new time. Cinta correspondent along one of these rights. Quote the one time detroit. Cop explains that he'd rather be in our piles posse. And this case that involves driving around fifteen miles per hour around diamond canyon elementary school and through all the dead silent residential streets that provide access to the schools property. That's his definition of a hobby. He explains and these are the kind of weirdos who want this gig right like. It's this very bizarre mix of people who had been cops and missed feeling like you know important and people who could never be cops because they were in some cases dangerous criminals but wanted to play it being a cop and joe would let them do it. If they'd worked for him for free they were all bad at their job the commander of his executive posse who was also the former chairman of the maricopa county republican party. That was used for his auto parts. Business and in nineteen ninety six was used to make campaign signs for pies reelection campaign in nineteen ninety seven. It was found that a massive marijuana smuggling network had been using the warehouse to millions of dollars. They like the location because they were always patrol cars parked outside competitors. I gotta ask for. We sure that this guy was absolutely are not sheriff that area new sheriff that he hasn't been charged with it as far as i'm aware but we are not sure of that so in two thousand nine hundred ninety three years after pyo left office an audit was carried out that investigated the posse. I'm going to quote from twelve news a local network here an mcas. Oh audit found. Poor record-keeping had resulted in some unqualified individuals being allowed to continue participating in posse activities for example individuals with prior arrests and convictions for domestic violence drug offence in sex offenses and other criminal activity. Those individuals have been removed from the posse. Former sheriff jar spoke up for the group of mcs. Oh volunteers tuesday in a phone interview with twelve news. We did background. Checks in them are pyo said. Adding any big organization is bound to have a couple problems but a great program. We saved the county millions of dollars every year now. The new audit information came nearly two weeks after the temporary suspension of the policy program by share. Paul penzone when he dropped this bombshell at a press conference only four of the two hundred thirty five members cleared to carry guns. Were actually qualified to do so this. That's the of armed plus. I actually really qualified to carry a gun. Four thirty yeah bad. That is very bad ratio. Yeah two percent rule is during my research into this. I found fascinating article in the oddest of about a police of about a police. Impersonator named steve fars. Am his best friend. Who is a security guard who also pretended to be a cop and eventually ratted far same out to the feds for dozens of felonies. Farzin was illegally impersonating. Fbi agents to access sealed records. He owning he owned and sold restricted uniforms and machine guns illegally. He was just crying all hardcore now. Farzana was not a member of joe's posse but his friend was in the two. Were working together and getting farsm membership when their friendship fell apart in one of the branded the other out and these are both guys that like dressed up as cops all the like drove around. La with police lights pretending to be officers illegally carrying their that kind of dude and they're the kind of people who love to be georgios posse and the article gives a description of both men that i think does a good job of explaining the kind of people who volunteered for the posse generously. You could them police wannabes guys. Who longed to be associated with or better yet mistaken for officers of the law. Dan sel and farsm spent years obsessing over police culture. The became fluent in the lingo from copy and place of i understand to the numbered codes. Cops use when speaking over. Radios favorite is four seventeen which means i'm armed. They accumulated dozens of certificates and skills like handling firearms. Picking locks lose it using tasers and responding to accidents aunts. That's like the it's cop. Wanna be weirdos who can't do the job because like they're dangerously unhinged a lot of cases like selling machine guns to people and stuff like they're right. They've gotten major felony arrests themselves. These other yet. These guys did and they want to. They want to carry guns. But they can't legally qualify to and he just gave him this gray area for all of these really dangerous people in a lot of cases. It's giving felons our chance to do cop 'cause play yes. This cost play is real and go in. And you know rip off hookers and motown neighborhoods and attacks the all. Yeah now in that felons usually but a lot of them had some sort of some of them were felons. Yes so felons. Whatever you i mean or some portion but i mean it sounds like there's a lot more people with records than there were people look qualified to do the job. Yes absolutely and because it. Yeah it's it's not a job for people who are qualified to do it. It's a job for people who want an excuse to be a big man and ideally do some violence with the state's backing so the case that would eventually lead to sheriff. Joe's criminal conviction happened in two thousand seven. It started with a traffic stop of a mexican man with a valid tourist visa. Joe's deputies arrested him and held him illegally for nine hours. The man sued alleging racial profiling and the suit turned into a class action for all latino motorists in maricopa county. Joe lost the case and the judge ordered our to stop detaining anyone. Not suspected of a crime and being in the us illegally is not a crime. It is a civil violation. It is not something normal cops are supposed to be able to do shit over. That was two thousand eleven for the next half decade. Multiple federal judges found are pyo in blatant violation of the injunction repeatedly showed up on fox news to say he would not abide by it. He also lied. Under oath in an attempt to obstruct further inquiries after twenty one days of hearings in two thousand fifteen. He was found in civil contempt. The judge in that case was so frustrated by our pilot that he referred him to another judge for criminal contempt of court. Joe was convicted and he could have faced six months in jail but the national center for police defense sent forty thousand petitions to the justice department and with donald trump in office. There was never any chance that joe was going to serve time. Trump pardoned are pyo when he never served a day in prison. The good news is his political. Career is pretty dead at this point although he unfortunately is not he lost reelection in two thousand sixteen to a mix of demographic change there when as many white people in maricopa as their had been and due to the fact that by this point vast mountains of lawsuits against his brutal jail had cost the county more than one hundred and forty million dollars or.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Cut. This guy really is he's a super villain he's causing more crime l. e. and he's then he's then he's fixing or that he's stopping he's getting people killed left and right which is a twenty four percent suicide rate. He's torturing these people at minimum sending out crazy posses of armed yahoos to terrorize these cities and neighborhoods and even the on. Its own city hall. Denying pregnant women are medical treatment. Making them eat mouse feces water. This guy is like what is it you know. He's like a saw bad guy. He's like he's a mustache twirling fucking monster. Holy shit yeah. This guy was bad. But i didn't realize it was like to be clear. It's twenty four percent of jail deaths or suicides not twenty four. Yeah i just wanna make that clear for listeners. So people aren't like quarter of people they're killing. No not that that would be. That would have been quite a bit of a different story. A quarter died inside listening to this. Yeah yeah it's it's outrageous. 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So in two thousand nine barack obama's justice department opened a massive investigation into the mcs among other things they found. That deputies had used stun-guns repeatedly on prisoners who were already strapped into a restraint chair. Two men had died costing the county more than fourteen million dollars in settlements by two thousand nine. The brutality of joe and his deputies had cost the county more than forty three million dollars. Mira copa county. Jail generated lawsuits at a rate that was unprecedented in the nation. One phoenix new times investigation found that between two thousand four in two thousand eight the county jails of new york chicago los angeles and houston which combined hold six times as many inmates copa jail. Were sued a total of forty three times during the same period. Pious department was sued almost twenty two hundred times in federal. Twenty two hundred. Yeah oh my god yeah. Yeah that's incredible. Yeah it's it's out of. Its gutty mind. That's when you compare because those are nice jails. It's not like it's fucking. Los angeles county lockup is the shangri la like. That's how bad joe her by the la county sheriff's department is notoriously fucking horribly racist. Yeah really bad. Jacket sheriff's department but like dozens of people. Dozens of sheriff's deputies been charged with all kinds but like three lawsuits. And that's new york chicago. Los angeles and houston combined to twenty two hundred for maricopa gap outta. It's fucking outrageous. Also who can you imagine being like. Okay you're like you go to law school. You study really hard and you know you you stay up all night you know trying to as those tests you work hard to pass the bar and you finally get a plum gig in whatever phoenix or mace. Or what have you and you know. It's your first job is your job is to defend joe or piles cruzi evil tan jail over and over and over and over and over over again. Yeah there's not enough liquor in the damn world to do that job all right so yeah twenty. Two hundred fucking lawsuits in federal court. The new yorker rights remarkably are pyo has paid almost no political price for running. Jails that are so patently dangerous and inadvertently expensive indeed until recently there were few local or state politicians willing to criticize him publicly. Those who have including members of the county board of supervisors which can cross his budget tend to find themselves under investigation by the sheriff's office. Local journalists super turbo are pile have also been targeted. The phoenix new times ran an investigation of our real estate dealings. That included home address. Which argued was possibly a violation of state law when the paper revealed that it had received an impossibly broad subpoena demanding among other things the internet records of all visitors to its website in the previous two and a half wires. Here sheriff's deputies staged late night raids. On the homes of michael lacey james larkin executives of village voice media which owns the new times. The deputies arrested both men they said for violating grand jury subpoena the county attorney declined to prosecute and it turned out that the subpoenas were issued unlawfully outspoken citizens also take their chances last december remarks critical of our pyo were offered during the public comment period. At a board of supervisors meeting in four members of the audience were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct for clapping. Their cases are currency question. Where is arizona's very popular. Senator john mccain and all that is a good question i should've whereas john mccain holy cow men like you know you're the you're.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"So i don't know why it's weird right that he doesn't go for governor. I think it's maybe because he would have had to do shit other than just like torture. People and do news interviews neuro. That's why said what i said. What is this guy was still in office. Talk twenty six hundred thousand sixteen. Yeah it's fucking bonkers house my reaction to it is it is out of its mind. How long this motherfuckers in doing his job. This guy is definitely on some like neo. Abu ghraib will torturing at minimum. Yeah then it's like there's the fake assassination plot that puts a sin a innocent man in these tent cities for four years. Then there's like okay. Maybe it was only. He was running an adult or side. There were only children photograph. Maybe jail camps keeps going for more than a dozen years. Yeah i can't believe it's it's outrageous. It's really fucked up. And i have to give credit to note that we have a lot of sources for this episode. Like half of them are different articles from the phoenix. new times. Like twenty something years like bit onto this guy like a bulldog and deeply reported every fucked up thing he did in eventually. It did matter. It did not matter soon enough as a journalist. You don't want to wait twenty two years or so for the staff. An but it does eventually breakthrough and credit goes to them because they really like. They had some people who were who stuck to him like glue. Now it's here. I should note. Noah as i talked about briefly teased really last episode in the nineteen ninety s. Joe arpaio started a posse now. This was what it sounds like a group of volunteer amateurs untrained who were given certain law enforcement powers and partnered off with real cops to do cop shit or at least joe's version of that. Some of these men were allowed to carry firearms. Much of what they did was publicity driven. It became an annual spectacle from members of joe's posse to patrol malls and shopping centers armed during the holiday season. Joe's posse would max out about thirty five hundred men. Many of whom were taught to breach rooms and again carry weapons. They're doing like armed entry. Trainings and shit. What the hell. This guy's whole job is to run the jail. Yeah yeah. I mean he's got. He's managing the sheriff's department. Which does law enforcement shit right like if the town doesn't have a copy of its own. it's the sheriff's deputies. They call sure these guys like basically they were. This isn't like the phoenix pd. No expedia gets very angry at them. In a number of occasions mean gig is to run the jail. Yeah instead he gets thirty. Five hundred volunteer peopling ran does yeah to patrol the mall on christmas. Don't worry they do whether fucked up shit in two thousand and four news broke about a prostitution sting carried out in november of two thousand three that in the county attorney's words violated accepted standards of professionalism. Now what this means in practice is that as part of one of his big ongoing media pushes sheriff. Joe sent dozens of undercover deputies and members of his posse sixty minutes. Total a mix of deputies posse members to do a huge bust on sex workers. They arrested almost sixty. Women tenor so john's at first. This looked like normal. Rpo shit. He held a big press conference. There were news stories. He claimed that this was the largest single-day bust of sex workers and county history. But then the real story trickled out from the phoenix. New times quote. The county attorney's office said that some undercover deputies and certain posse members engaged in oral sexual contacts breast fondling genital cognac. Masturbation nudity and other behavior which is contrary to professional law enforcement and legitimate public policy the techniques undermine prosecution by reducing the likelihood of conviction a key factor to note. Is that all that is needed. To establish commission of a crime in a prostitution case is for two people to discuss the exchange of money for sex. no sex act need occur. Notice anyone have to remove a shred of clothing therefore prostitution cases are the simplest to make virtual no brainers for cops. Here's an example of how posse member glenn cough handled an encounter with an alleged prostitute. Last october twenty ninth. Kaufman drew to a massage parlor on west thomas road and agreed to pay forty dollars for a thirty minute rubbed down a woman in her early fifties told kaufman to take off his clothes. Kaufman agreed he then lay face. I said massage table and the woman began rubbing his back. She started to chew on my left ear. Put her tongue in my ear and whispered words to the effect of me not to be surprised if she ran her tongue. Over my balls and my shaft. Until they came all over kaufman states in his signed police report. She told me then for an additional one hundred dollars she did the massage and the nude and would give me oral sex. I told her i would get one hundred dollars. I got off the table. Took one hundred dollars out of my trouser pocket and gave it to her. At this point a crime has been committed. Kaufman should have made the bust but the sheriff's posse member was far from dead. He continued to pay for sexual acts from her for quite some time. The article goes into much more detail. About what this posse member did. What other posse members and deputies did. I'm not going to belabor the point. The gist of it is that arpaio's men a mix of cops. Volunteers were straight up using prostitutes for sex and then arresting them once they got their rocks off so they didn't have to pay. That's what they were doing. My god my god so this fucking wild. It's incredible so okay. So this guy starts out his career in drug enforcement pretending to be a pimp. Yep and then there's maybe what they called the treatment the full circle years later. He's sending his crew out to get blow jobs and then sort of paying for them arresting the blow job. Yeah he's in their money butts man. Yeah it's pretty great guy. The good thing is all of these women had their charges. Dropped like no one actually got because police were doing and these posse members doing blatantly criminal right like nobody actually got in trouble. I mean some probably had to send wait a minute. Do they have to go to or piles tent city and i think degree in. Yeah you know. It's like okay great. They got their charges dropped. But still it fucking sucked for whatever that in twelve twenty four hours. It was definitely not trying to say it was not a horribly fucked up but at least none of these women wound up with fucking felonies. But yeah it's just incredibly fucked up and it shows we'll talk more about his posse later. No there's more to say about this policy but like that's the kind of shit the posse got up to god. Two thousand six is the year when things really started to shift for joe pyeho and he became the man. We know him as today again. He'd started his career. Focusing on is a sheriff focusing on the crimes he'd gone after as a law man drugs and sex and violence and the like but two thousand six's when he really started to shift his focus towards immigrants. One important fact to note about joe arpaio is that well. He's always exhibited degree of personal racism. Racism was not initially central to his political campaigns. He ran for sheriff. The first time by making two points one was that the existing sheriff was shitty and wasting money and the other was that he could reduce crime by doing drug war bullshit by the time he settled into his third term though the united states had gone through some pretty significant shifts in two thousand one. You may remember this. Noah in two thousand one the tim allen movie big trouble debuted and it was followed shortly thereafter by a terrorist attack on new york city in both of these events changed.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"O. L. l. that check out noah's work when he starts at the rolling stone. Obviously check out the daily beast who continuously do some of the best reporting on dell particularly a lot of like really good cunanan stuff a lot of. Yeah we'll summer. Right is a. We'll yeah doesn't meet once. We're doing the belling cat workshop. Yeah and you know amazing stuff. His book on cunard's coming out soon. Yeah that's coming out soon. You should check out my man. Spencer ackerman new book Reign of terror which is coming out really soon speaking of former daily beast's folks now. We got the daily visas an incredible crew. I'm show super proud of them You know you should go visit that website. Wrong stone averred. They've done a good story or to Once or twice in their Fifty seven years of publication. and figure. we'll do one or two more. Yeah it seems like a good goal one or two every four years. No thank you for being on the show. It has been a pleasure. We will While will people will be hearing our next episode and a couple of days. But i will immediately tear into another chapter in the life of sheriff joe and just have a miserable time with it so oh i thought this is where it was all going to turn happy where he decides to dedicate his life to charity. No sheriff joe story. No i mean no because he still fucking man. It's crazy how long this guy.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Yeah i'm just clownish nece. Yeah right like there's been a million cases where an fbi agent has suggested pushed along. Some kind of wanna be terrorist. Wanna be bad. There's i mean like like literally several times a week you cases earliest did see cases like this and and i mean there's hundreds of them and i've never ever never heard of an entrapment defense working even as you say. There's a lot of times with some pretty sketches xavier. Cops it is hard. It is hard as a cop to actually get to actually cross the line to where you lose an entrapment case. And they do in this like as an example of how how agree gis. They're being now. Despite the fact that he was totally innocent the entire time it was completely exonerated. A and yet. I mean basically. I'm actually going to quote from that article the after the trial jurors told farragut the defense lawyer they were convinced that seville had been ponant. An elaborate media ploy are pyo had cameras out there waiting to film the arrest. Farragut says the jurors indicated that this was clearly publicity stunt. Now that's the best case scenario. If you're this kid right completely exonerated. He still spends four years in. Joe arpaio's tint jail because yeah he gets denied bond because he's a terrorist who tried to assassinate the sheriff. Now he and his family did win a one. Point one million dollar settlements. I don't know that that makes up for four years of hell like this. Nah not not at all. News articles published at the time. Suggested this could be a turning point in joe's career the moment when people finally saw who he was in turned against him. It's true that the state republican party did briefly declined to endorse him for reelection in that a number of former backers pulled away from him but the the voters did not abandon sheriff joe as a result of this and in the end he was reelected to a third term. The way he saw it he was just getting started. And that's where we're going to end for part one noah off of.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"We're back and we're talking about joe in his story of this gunfight that may or may not have happened now eighty ninety s when he tells this to congress years later when he's a sheriff he writes to different memoirs while he co writes. He hires a ghost writer to write two different sets of memoirs and in both memoirs. He repeats the story with more embellishment in this version. He ties it into turkish politics adding quote. It's not that. I was glad the dealers had been killed. I wasn't but it happened in more often than on one occasion so he's still adding that now he's saying i multiple people right like again. It keeps part of why. I'm pretty part of way. I don't know if i think he's ever been in. A gunfight is the story evolves with starts. There was one gunfight guy died we had daily gunfights and then one time i killed somebody or killed. Two people is what he tells congress and there was a big court case and then the third version is. I killed people in a bunch of different occasions version. Four in my daily were drove an armored personnel carrier down. The streets of vistan bull mowing down by standards. Just machine gunning drug dealers sport of. That's how he wants people to think about his fucking. I mean and that's that's the image. He paints himself when he sheriff joe and he gets all these tanks and he's got guys with machine guns all over the place like very much wants to be seen as this like wild west law man tight mother like he you know you know the the kind of image he wants to portray that he's like charles bronson you know. Yeah he's he's definitely. If you've never seen a charles bronson movie they're all based around this like schlumpy middle aged man who just mows down drug dealers with machine guns in like new york city storm. Self yeah and grunts and sweats a lot Charles bronson so the authors of driving while brown digitally got to interview joe arpaio about this purported shooting They write quote. We asked our pyo several times. If he'd ever killed anybody he answered. Not that i know of although in turkey i used to have gun battles. I think one gun battle did one or two dope peddlers only because i am the one that had the gun. A thirty eight i guess. He added hastily that he had never killed anyone in the united states and other time. He told us in turkey. I've had some gun battles. I don't know who killed who. But i never killed anybody. Which is different from his congressional moaning. So he's just a liar. He's just a big liar noah. Just liar i think i also like it's not a gun battle if you're the only one with a.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"So i have no idea what to make of that because he tells the story differently every time you would think that the version in congress would be the most honest but he's also claimed had weekly gun battles in the mountains of turkey and i've never been able to find any evidence that would corroborate this. No one else stories in the da of that time sound like joe would have been involved in. He's painting the picture that he was at war in the mountains of turkey for several years. Basically hold on. He says he was indicted for murder. Like no big deal and he turned mench in turkey and he hadn't mentioned that in previous story. Nope nope i don't think so. No i think in his In that interview well in the interview he gave to that local phoenix paper. He says that several of the cops he was with got indicted and there was a trial and they were declared innocent but he doesn't mention himself being indicted in that first interview. So you can see seven years later. The story has evolved when he tells it to congress and not only is it like. Oh yeah we had this. One gunfight gunfight where a guy died. It's this is one of my weekly gunfights and it's you can see like the mythology right that he's he's going through as this happens so when he was on hold on. I have this awesome story. Let me tell you to others one part. I forgot this one little key detail out. I was indicted for murder dining bird. Who's one of my weekly gun battles. Where i get excited for murder. You know to me. All the time classics business interesting this this this most lavish version of the story in eighty nine comes at like two years before he runs for office. So you can see kind of starting to like build up this this internal mythology over like what he did as a da agent. And i don't think any of history. Like i said i don't actually know if i think joe arpaio was ever in a gunfight. I just don't know you know there's also a good chance. I think you talk to people who served in the military. They all have stories of guys who came back and then started embellishing. What happened in like eventually at bears no resemblance to like well yeah. There's this one time we were getting shot at and then like it's turned in his head into this thing different than what it was. So it's possible that like there was a there was a gun fight of some sort. That joe was around for and he's just turned it into something completely different. Don't really know but robert you know who definitely hasn't well. I don't know if they could possibly gun. Guess number of our sponsors. I would agree with that statement. I you don't move unless you're willing to lay down some heavy loss just dropping mac ten into okay.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"I've no idea if that was true. But that's how the media covered it. Because that's what joe told them and they ran with the story He was the only agent named in the article. So joe really engineers media coverage around this bust that he's one of the guys responsible for and he makes sure that he's the only name in that coverage and it goes. It goes over huge back home. His dad who he's got a very strict father is proud. He gets to see his kid in the newspaper. The newspaper gets passed all around his hometown. And it's joe arpaio's first big experience in using the media to stroke his own ego and to pad his career and he's going to get very good at this. In the future he plays the media pretty masterfully over the course of his career so joe was engaged in at least one gun battle during his time in turkey probably and this is where we get into a really interesting really interesting little dissection here noah the authors of the book driving while brown and i found actually the article. They did like a an excerpt from the book was published in the daily beast. Which is where i found. This did a really deep analysis of this reviewing his commentary on the incident from a newspaper. Archive a testimony. He gave before a senate subcommittee in two of his memoirs and they note that are pyo tells the story differently. Each time his first public recollection of the event was in nineteen eighty two near the end of his career. About twenty years after it would have happened if it happened. He told a phoenix reporter that he and five turkish. Cops got into a gun battle with drug dealers quote. Four of the turks got away and the other was shot to death. He gave no detail on who shot the man or the circumstances around the shooting. Joe talked about this gunfight again seven years later in nineteen eighty nine during a hearing before the international narcotics control caucus of the us senate cheered by a fellow. You might know named sleepy. Joe biden in his testimony before congress joe claimed to have not biden obviously are pyeho came to claim to have killed. Two turkish drug dealers. A pulse pounding shootout. He made this claim while criticizing the state department for being ineffective in supporting dea agents. Here's what he said. Quote a paradox. One of my weekly gun battles in the mountains of turkey where i killed two now. It's weekly we believe. Weekly like was it set in a certain time was like okay guys gun battle and he had that sounds to me like he had a weekly like maybe training session at the at the range like you went to the range every thursday at four and he had a gun battle with like a paper target. Yeah yeah i don't think he would. I don't have much faith in his ability to win that gun battle. But i'm not. I'm not sure he was ever in a gun fight. I'm going to say this is what he says before. Congress so i killed two turks to dope peddlers and i was indicted with four other police officers for murder. I sent a cable through state department channels and nothing happened three weeks later. They finally decided gee we had better do something with joe. Of course i resolve the matter. Indictment was dismissed and the other police officers had to stand trial but they were found not guilty guilty..

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Totally. Absolutely ask all the time. You're definitely couldn't get share. The roles were backed up way back. He also says he was in constant pain from being assaulted all the time. That might be true. i do not have trouble believing. He got beaten up a lot. I i will believe that. He decided to move on next to the next police department. He would serve in las vegas. Joe's most prominent claim from this time is that he wants pulled over elvis presley. Sometimes he claims that he actually arrested presley took him down to the station to meet other officers. I do not believe either iteration of this story. I think they are. Both lies. never seen any evidence that he arrested. Elvis obviously a lot of people pulled. Elvis presley over does not sure i can obey the rules of the road guy but joe arpaio also seems like a liar. Yeah yeah now. He was vegas cop for about six months when he signed on as an agent. For the federal. Bureau of narcotics. And this is the job that he would stick with for years and years. The officer the authors of driving while brown right we came to understand that are pyo learned in the small drug enforcement agency then overseen by the treasury department. A lot of things that would inform his tenure as maricopa county. Sheriff he learned how to assume fictitious role he learned how to sell validate by inserting himself in the news and he learned how to create chaos on the united states. Mexico border to achieve political goal in the early days are pyo dreamed up tough guy characters for his undercover work in jumped into those rules with gusto. One of his partners in chicago bill mattingly told us he and rpo went undercover passing themselves off as pimps looking for drugs to buy for their junkies whores. Again this is their language. Nineteen fifties sixties. I think maybe at this point to play these roles that were tooled around in fancy cars that authorities had seized from suspected. Crooks are pyo smoked a cigar in dressed in flashy sports coats. He purchased five dollar nickel bags of heroin for the horse after which he and mattingly placed the level dealer into the back of the car in threatened years of prison. If the dealer didn't name his supplier this earned our pyo the bureau nickname of nickel bag. Joe this early career. We here's the partner. Why the elaborate pimp costume at all right just by a nickel bag on the street. I bought a handful in nickel bags at no point of. I've been wearing a pimp cost like it's like what he's like the james o'keefe of the of the laws of the narcos dress like a pimp in order to do. Yeah you get that. And i also think he wanted to. He wanted to feel cool like he wanted to drive. Flashy car dress like a dress like a fucking hip guy like you get the feeling this will come up later with some of his posse members..

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"But terry green sterling in jude. Joffe block who wrote a book about our pyo title driving while brown paint a less pleasant picture of his time in school quote. Joon pyo had a difficult time in school. He struggled to get passing grades and often bore the brunt of anti-immigrant tots dago wop guinea. He took it pretended to ignore it. Because that's what you did back then. He told us so. Joe suffers a lot of anti-immigrant racism as a kid which is believable. Live god and the abuser. The abuse becomes the abuse. Yeah i mean that is that is the story here world and it's you know it's one of those things he's definitely by the time. He's grow up the thirties. We're not quite at the height of kind of anti italian racism but it is still like a pretty common thing and his family is working class italian. There's there's certainly a lot of bigotry that he's he's growing up. In and around joe turned eighteen. He joined the army. There was a draft on at the time so this may have been more him accepting inevitability than doing a patriotism talked to. My grandpa was kind of in the same generation in a lot of guys joined the army because it was like well. If you join you get to pick your brand. She has some choice in what you do is supposed to kind of waiting for your number to come up. The korean war started immediately after he joins. Joe later wrote quote. I wanted a piece of the action but as luck would have it instead of heading off to combat. The army saw an unusual talent in the young joe. Arpaio something other men my age. Nothing about typing some instead.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

Breakdown 2 Lowdown

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

"Some people do have. That's what i figured would sell my whole day. They don't have. It did not deny that extra step but it depends on it. Depends on the game that they have the lion l. Some of them be so smooth. Like to the portland no matter what it is. We're going to run after them. Hate men Vice versa is a vice versa. Thing will be on even women's on time like man that you never hands before. I got a heater off again as you feel. She wouldn't like women women. Y'all be playing a game to the point. I love you. You don't answer at all but the minute to answer. We we all know all she answered seeing people think you are. It's interesting animal boyfriend. Always eater shan getting. No dick is dry so man answering young women. That's how it is but with men are. Sometimes women will be fireball. Men sometime women is because he's going bad with their boyfriend whatever's all of a sudden the answering online made a mistake. It's not a good idea if you see any more than his role night we messy. We just don't do the extra work. You are lazy on things like things like as a dramatic thing. Y'all like oh. That was the thing. And i'm like are you stupid. Are you saying we're not going to do the extra where we gonna dig. More at double death saltillo. Some y'all some out there you'll their rotation be perfect so much like oh it happened by a once in once in a blue moon that they'd like to hand nobody's answering. Oh damn i forgot. Let me see what's good with her. I taught games out there but at the end of the day on the we. But it's not just men women do that too but the women is we well. I'll add somebody to the rotation even if the other rotation is good. Just some. I just see i just want to see the purpose of it. The addition needs to grow. No that's not true. I don't like it takes too much to maintain in alarm. It's hell on the hardware ladies to maintain rotation as much as men because no man we think with our dick no matter what was answering. We've gotta do what we got all his money. We that's our nature woman. Move like cats so no matter what it is like. We still gonna run after you. So patient for women is not as hard as retaining a rotation for men. I think that. I don't like the the rotation just to see if i can like sometimes you. Ns is bad. I don't do that no more. I'm i'm saved but i i. Can i still pull this. Can i still pull you just to steal the jews. I know. I have the jews. What i mean like. I know and you know when they're still dreaming about thinking. Let me let me let me. Just see. Because i would probably if i wanted to. I could have ten. I could so sometimes you end up. I didn't somebody to rotation really want a night. Stop with them because of just what. You ego depri- you need to know that you still got the juice into the uber rotation again now. I don't do this anymore. But yes sometimes because you responded or message they think there's something come in so you can get a little more out of it. You know you you go ahead and pick up the food you know before you you got it right you you pay right or you know. Can you send me an uber. I just needs to get here from my friend's house to here in austin. Come by later not coming by. I'm too tired. I fell asleep at my friend's house. Yeah that's soaking should lie. You miss it you miss. It was also the negatives you deal do. Anything won't get anything so anybody who sees an opportunity is gonna say they're gonna go for it but that's how it is butler. He's bad but not necessarily not as bad as some of these chains out here because let me tell you. There are some things i hear from you guys from my guy friends that are being done and i'm like i have to clap because i'm like. Wow how long should it be not Even getaway does a guy who financed me so hard. I couldn't even be mad. I had to respect the. Wow that was good like i. I fell for that. That was my fault. it's all in the game. It's all in the game new this again the game like yo you'll see right away y'all if someone for nephew man you got that juice. Some people don't even have to talk. It shows the way that they are Joe arpaio i eat something euro as some negative like three chicks by by by his side. Or whatever relies on be chilling. Whatever it is still there no matter what like everything is good. It's all in the game sunday They can't even handle that by just one. Can you handle that again for some women. Some women on the show they know how to make negative like joe like do whatever they they need to do. That's how it is women. Women are paying bills like some women are getting paid and giving their checks to the guy. What kind of control does the kinda dig is that but yo it's all in the game. That's what i'm saying. But i feel like right now. The thing is like there will be a huge recycling moment. Mon moseman because of covid. There's all there's a lot of women and men out there that they won't go through another lockdown or pandemic without any put your dick that's She would offer the first full of three fulmer is word for for for a lot of people in. This is where a lot of people like them. I should've never dumped it. They're trying to recycle. Why it didn't work. It didn't work because shit. All these women living niggers on scene in twenty eighteen twenty nineteen. They had a. You'd reality check all of a sudden the heywood detain wise. Hey how you doing this. Anybody that came back to me during the pandemic it was their choice. And i love it. Because it's because they're seeking for the listeners. Will we all know what's.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"K G a R News flash. It's for 15 and Jackie Lynn. Here is what you need to know. Right now. Maricopa County Board of Supervisors today blasting Senate resident Karen Fan and audit leaders. Most recent requests for more materials like the county Routers. County Recorder's Steven Richards says cyber Ninjas is not getting the routers, adding, There's no benefit. The audits on hold, and it resumes next Monday. Also today, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approved a $3.4 billion budget for fiscal year 2022. Included in that figure is $31 million toward the cost of complying with court orders stemming from former Sheriff Joe Arpaio being found guilty of targeting immigrants in traffic stops. By next summer. The cost to taxpayers from that decade old case is expected to reach $202 million. The CDC may have relaxed mask wearing guidelines for those who were vaccinated. But Phoenix City Councilman Sal to see Seo says he doesn't see anything changing in the city anytime soon. Unless people start turning up the heat, you're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station, Katya our news Checking on traffic. It's detour down in the valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. Thank you back your land. I got a handful of freeway crashes, but they're no longer blocking the most of her off. Right. There is one of them. That's off left after the I 10 Crash West found near Riggs Road wreck off left, But the rest of these op right westbound I can near 99th Avenue north on 51, cactus and self out 17 approaching northern. All of those off to the right service regrets that dynamite less to 56 straight Pinnacle Peak east of Sight. Six. Th street. Glendale east of 16th Street, a crash Indian school It's 67th Avenue, erect us 60th Thompson Ranch Road, a crash and lower Buckeye east of 75th Avenue Injury wreck for you to this traffic report brought to you by someone. Male medical traffic's not getting any better, and neither will your erectile dysfunction or low testosterone symptoms without the help of some of male medical go to summit. Male medical dot com Deterred and case hearing is this portion of the show is being brought to you by Parker and Sons. Plumbing like to go to Time. Winner of the better Business Bureau owes Ethics award. All right, coming up in about 13 minutes. This gentleman we're doing things we think are foolish. Okay? John Breaky. He's going to join us. At 4 30. He is an observer for.

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To this show for any like the time, if not, if you're new to the show, Thank you Appreciate you checking us out if you listen occasionally or you listen often, you know that I am a supporter of law enforcement and come from a law enforcement family. I'm my eyes are wide open. I know that there are bad cops on the street that there are cops that should never be in the profession, and they usually are weeded out. But when a cop does something horrible like we saw what happened in Minneapolis. When you see somebody do that It goes beyond negligent in my mind, and I thought that the entire country rallied around. The fact that Darrin Show Vin Derek Sheldon needed to go to prison for what he did. I just think the guy went beyond being negligent in his duty. But what we've done is opened a Pandora's box that when the officer makes him a steak That they're going to go to jail that's going to drive people away from the profession. But the narrative that seems to be out there and I want you to think about some of the most popular television shows that we've had in in the recent decades, Cops was one of the most popular television shows for about 20 something years. Cops was an amazing show. And it showed police work from the inside in America loved cops. When live PD came out on cable. I thought it was a brilliant show. They're all taken off the air. Now they're taken off the air because the current climate and the politically correct world says We can't show police in a positive light. Unless you're going to show police in a negative light. You can't show positive things that the police officers do. So I've made it a point throughout my career to point out when officers go above and beyond the call of duty. We do a segment called Heroes of Arizona over a daisy TV. Those are available online at their website. And where I'm very proud of this project that I don't brag about a lot of things that I get that I haven't had the pleasure of doing But these heroes of Arizona segments are absolutely my favorite thing I've done in a long time, and we're highlighting first responders. We've talked first was with police officers. We've talked to the firefighter. We've talked now with a member of the National Guard. And it's about the work they do outside of their work in the military, or in firefighting or in the police work, their investment in the community. And when you meet some of these men and women It blows your mind the things that they do, and I'm very proud of this project, and I will continue to talk about the positive things that they do whether people like it or not. You don't have to watch it if you don't like it. But we've taken off everything positive about policing off the television set now because it's it's politically incorrect these days to stand up for last week I played Audio of a college professor, be raiding a college student that called police heroes. And now we've got this question about the bill that would take civilians off of our least the majority of them being on civilian radar on review boards. So there's a bill in the Legislature that is saying that if a civilian review board or a review board of police officers must be made up of it least two thirds Police officers. Sworn officers Now I would imagine that could be retired officers as well. But there is going to be public input. They just will not be the majority on the body, nor should it ever be. Here's a headline that I believe is from today. It is from today. Nation finds justice and show VIN verdict. But Phoenix has its own police violence crisis. Here's what's being done. Now. Let's just for a moment acknowledge that there is a lot of insensitivity being over the Arizona Republic with this article being put in there today. They didn't wait five or six days until after a Chandler police officer is buried after losing his life by being run over by a maniac that was shooting at cops and ran onto the airport and then crashed into two cops, one seriously injured and the other dead. That just happened a couple of days ago and on Monday, one of the headlines is how we have our own Police violence crisis in Phoenix. Now granted, these weren't Phoenix cops, but the Arizona Republic goes Valley Wide State wide. I just think the timing of it is very insensitive. But in this it talks about a year has been marked by controversial police response to racial justice protests. The revelation that some officers were circulating item that alluded to a neo Nazi slogan and accusations of prosecutors and police have misled grand jury. Indicting black lives matter. Activists You know, it's so funny when we look at the comparing contrast of what's going on in the world, and it's because the silent majority remains silent. I will give protesters credit They are vocal and they show up. They go to City Council meetings. They berate the City Council with what they want The defund. The police movement is one of the most Dangerous movements long term in any city. You look at cities that have listened l A for one of them. L a cut their budget immensely because of the fund, the police movement. You know what they did. They put the funding back because criminals were taking over. The very people the very neighborhoods that to fund the police aims to try to help are the first ones affected adversely when there's less police officers on the street. When you talk about these, these oversight boards the details of what an officer goes through. Um, there was there is there is someone in our community that is a civil rights activist. Jerrick mop in and I've known Jared for years years I've known him. And he's known as someone who was very out spoken, very out spoken. A few years ago, he was invited by then Sheriff Joe Arpaio or his team of people to go through a shoot. Don't shoot scenario like officers go through in training. And he came out of that training with a whole different attitude, at least for a while. And saying how difficult the police job is that you've got to comply because it's a split second decision on paraphrasing, but they make split second life and death decisions. And when you're someone that's not complying with a lawful order by a police officer, you're putting yourself and everyone else in danger. And until you are innocents area now, this was just training. This was a video game and it is such a stressful video game. Imagine now you're out at night. You're by yourself and you're confronted with a situation like this Now, on top of your training, kicking in and what do I do? You've got to worry that if you make a mist, ake You're going to go to prison. You're gonna lose everything, because there's other people on top of not only wanting to imprison cops that make mistakes that they want to take away the they want to add the ability or take away the protection. That keeps police officers from being sued individually when something happens, which means an officer now has to worry about not just our livelihood being taken away. But their home and their vehicles and their pension and you're gonna lose everybody that you are trying to attract in the profession. Period. And there's a group of people in the defined the police movement that know exactly that..

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The founder of Freedom Watch. Yusa dot org's daughter of It takes a revolution from post Hill Press in paperback. And here is Joanne in Pittsburgh. Hello, Joanne. Hello and to your guests that the first thing he talked about was the executive orders that Mr Bond. Our president Biden is, uh Doing? Did you forget that ex President Trump did the same thing to Obama? And did you forget? Ah, lot of the president to this They come in with their own own, Uh, way of b And, you know, sir, you've talked about your book, at least 10 times riding on the back. Of ex President Trump and his rhetoric and you're coming with the same kind of rhetoric and it's a free country, so he's allowed to. You've come with yours. He's come with hiss. And isn't that great that we live in a free society? Now, in terms of executive orders. That is something that I think is worth bringing up. George Washington issued eight of them in eight years. Barack Obama issued 276 and eight years Trump 204 and four years you can agree or disagree with various executive orders. And yes, every president can do that. And a previous presidents. Executive orders do not have to be kept in place by the new president. However, at some point I would think Larry Klayman, the Supreme Court must, despite their reluctance to do so draw a line on just how far an American president can go in ruling by edict. We have too many executive orders right? Heard Barack Obama. One point say, I've got a pin and a phone. I said, wonderful will scratch that off his Christmas gift list. But these are not options. There ought to be very firm and fixed rules beyond which things have to be in the form of legislation, not executive orders your thoughts. You're absolutely right, Jim. And let me give you an example the chief judge of the U. S District Court for this sort of Columbia Burl how when Barack Obama issued his executive order, effectively granting amnesty To over five million illegal aliens. I went to court on behalf of Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Women Front of Girl. Hell And He said that you can't do that has to be legislated. Even Obama said that if you're going to change the rules for immigration, you have to go to Congress. Although Obama let's not forget Obama did, in fact, amend the employer mandate in Obama care by executive order, and he got away with it. Absolutely, and he got away with this. Initially, Burl threw it out because she's very political. Okay, She's the one who said she was gonna keep this person that sat it Pelosi's desk and the other's in prison indefinitely today. Very political. And she's now the head of that court. Okay, which is the most politicized the United States even more than on in the ninth Circuit, but When she threw that out. I went to the D C circuit. They wouldn't deal with the issue either. Then I went to the Supreme Court. They wouldn't touch it. At the same time 25 States Attorney general's files with similar case They copied our complaint in effect in Texas and when, in front of the judge named Judge Hannan And he restrained what Obama was doing. It went to the fifth circuit. They affirmed. It went to the Supreme Court. It was a 44 tie in favor of the fifth Circuit, and we killed that executive order. It's very hard for these courts. They won't do it. Because they're put so politicized to rein in the president of the United States and by the grace of God. We did in that instance. I can't think of another instance that's happened in recent history Here is Sean driving across Missouri. Hello, shod. Thank you, Jim. Controversial subject and is actually in some ways but sure. Platform in jeopardy. How you how you handle that? Even though I agree fully with your guest without substantiation of evidence. We get to be called, um, liars because we don't have the evidence to back up. What? What He's for, uh, reporting, and it's in a fraudulent election and liars are are are called resistors and didn't resistors. They're classified as terrorists. So well, that that's that. That's a line of reason. There's been followed by some in terms of their rhetoric if it reaches the point of actual courtroom action, or our lawmaking than that's wrong. I mean, the rhetoric has been rather free flowing thing in this country right now, Larry But again it is what What Shawn is talking about here crosses the lines of what is or is not permissible by government action. Your son raises important point by implication. What we're seeing in the United States today. And this is an understatement is a full court press. By the left to destroy any dissent, as I said before, and any free speech, and it extends far beyond even the government. It extends to sports leagues. It extends to labor unions. Universities. The big tech. I just brought a case against Big Tech and other one is the second one for knocking me off of parlor at Freedom Watch. And it's reminiscent of what occurred frankly, in the rise of Hitler in Germany, and I don't want to overstate this. But you know Hitler could not have taken power. If the industrialists and German society didn't support him, they went with what they thought was the winner. And somewhere ideologically inclined for him, But some just went because they they went with the flow because they could because he could feather their nests. And they kept him in power and Deutsche Bank, for instance, which gave alone to the Clintons pack in the 19 nineties, which I killed with a lawsuit. Financed the concentration camps, and that's what you're seeing today expected. The people running the the bag back then were different group. Well, one would hope so. But on the other on the other side of the coin, is that The people feel like they've been shut out like this caller, and I feel shut out. And if you just simply exercise your rights of free speech today Notwithstanding, entering in the capital, then you're destroyed your calls a domestic terrorist. Nancy Pelosi introduced legislation, which in effect said White people and conservatives and people of faith are domestic terrorist. That's in effect what she said in that, and that's where we are today, and that's why we are in a very explosive situation and why I wrote this book. It wasn't written for the election. It was written because I saw it comin. And now we're here, and we better decide what we're gonna do, and we'll be back in a moment. Have you seen what's happening with the stock market record highs every day..

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"joe arpaio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"joe arpaio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Spend about the next 5.5 minutes, continuing our conversation with Michael Beatrice, the author of Covert 19 lockdowns on trial. There have been plenty of scientific studies, which have been basically silenced by a lot of people in the mainstream media. About the efficacy of masks and whether they actually worked to prevent the transmission of covert 19 or other respiratory illnesses and whether they keep people who are sick from getting other people sick. One of you found out in your research, Michael The prior did prior to Cove in 19. There's a plus store, and I cited a lot of us in in my book, but there's a floor of information from medical journals and different studies and not just one. But what kind of all of them? Where, uh, they really had denounced that masks too much against, um against blocking viral particles. Aerosol viral particles that sock over 19 spreads and and then kind of the the science changed. In fact, some of those articles actually got redacted. The fear are excusing last year in 2020, and and so we're on this mathematical bandwagon, not just in the U. S. But worldwide, And the question to be asked is if masks work, and there's some awesome charts on the 70 Fuc. No, but they've got a Uh, repository of charts math charts from on rational ground calm, but you they traced All these case and hospitalization and death curves all over the world, each state and over on the world with like when the masked man it happened, And then there's a long period and then you know the place kind of blows meaning like it clearly isn't suppressing cases or hospitalizations their death. And the reason is I saw this awesome clip on. It was actually a twitter yesterday. And so it had this guy wearing three or four different masks, and he was a vaping. You know, like an e cigarette he was he would take in a Vape. By the way that the exhale from a Vape is slightly larger than Viral particle. Just so you know, And so he put on all these different mask, you take a draw lowers mask Exhale and you could see like incredible secrets from all over the place, right? It's sort of like having a chain link fence, trying toe trying to, you know, walk us walking. Damn right, That's it was like and and I've never seen a visual quite like that. And so are you and sent it to some doctors that I'm in contact with and they work. They were. We were all just blown away because I never like I kind of talked about it on right about it, but I've never seen it And that was a great visual ization of why masks don't work. I'm gonna go on record and say, Listen, I wear a mask in Texas is a state order and I do it and I I don't complain about it, and I raise it up with someone gives me a looker asked and and you know, because that's just the environment. I don't want to create and uncomfortable and by your for anybody it's more about. It's more about you anything. It's more about making people feel better. Even Fauci has said that right and I think that that I think there's there is a There's a big sites, psychological part toe wearing masks where people feel like they're doing their part. I'm just telling you like for me and my family. If we were going out and about on we were going into a Hold it. Leper colony. I wouldn't feel any better with a paper mask on. You know where one of these fabric masks on. I'd feel better if I had a 9 95. That's real, But then they're very difficult to sustain, you know, to breathe out of. I mean, you just can't sustain wearing those very long. Yeah, and people who have other respiratory issues already. Have a really hard time as you mentioned, breathing and maintaining with an N 95 or something that is that restrictive to me, it just I've seen all kinds of studies. And you mentioned that Some of these studies have been redacted now because they don't fit the narrative, but it's all about making people feel better. And when I see people driving down the road in their cars by themselves wearing their mass that is shake my head and go. Wow, what a sales job. They don't have to feel. I mean from me. You know, I own the stuff they felt sorry for me and I do. My son and I went climbing in Jackson Hole in in, uh, Wyoming in July, and we were in the Grand Teton National Park, and we counted about a third of the drivers in a national park. Where and why only had really been hit. Wearing a mask. I mean in their cars in a national park. I don't even we didn't know when we saw people at 10,000 ft that were wearing gaiters and masks when we were climbing up a couple moments and it's I don't even know what to what you just said. The end of it. You have to feel sorry for him. And for my charter, I try to educate him and and I tried to just point out some simple logic If all that stuff worked Why haven't places like Florida, South Dakota, North Dakota blown up? But there's just no explanation other than Other than when the virus comes in. It does what it's going to do. It runs 3 to 6 weeks cycle. And then it's out. And then you know what? Whether you choose the governor to implement a bunch of Um, harsh lockdowns and collateral consequences when the data supporting that they just don't do much. I just don't know what to say. Well, it's another strain of a Corona virus. But it's still a virus and viruses behave generally the same way I mean, Over the over the course of time. Michael Beatrice, I'm sorry. Our time is up tonight, but I appreciate the information. It's good information, and there's a new update on covert 19 lockdowns on trail out, right? Yes, it is. All right. Fantastic. Looked for it everywhere, folks, if you want some actually non biased non political information on this, Michael. Thank you so much for your time. Take care. Have a great evening. You two With that we continue show Sheriff Joseph ARP IRA pie. Oh, that's right. Joe Arpaio, Sheriff Joe from Arizona. It's our guest in minutes on the nightcap. News, traffic and Weather News Radio 700 w L jealousy Cincinnati The next step to set a trial with the 9 30 report. I'm.

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What the Election Taught Us About the Latina Vote

Latina to Latina

04:06 min | 2 years ago

What the Election Taught Us About the Latina Vote

"A majority of latino voters did vote for joe biden and comma harris. They played a critical role in states like arizona like nevada. The played in pennsylvania part of my theory of what happened. Is that because florida went. I what happened in miami dade set the narrative about let the nose around the country in the eyes of people who don't know our community is that well and we're providing a lot of that analysis and it then became a wave of headlines that took what was a part of the story. Because i think there are two story. There is both the truth. That latinos turned out in incredible numbers for democrats and the truth. Donald trump made inroads among some communities within the latino community. Both things can be true. They didn't weighted equally in the way that we talked about it. But i also think most of the national media is based on the east coast. So there's a tendency to see things through that lens. Miami comes in first. Miami is wear people tend to think of a power center of latinos. Being latinos in miami are much more powerful than latinos elsewhere. But then when you step back is your sanely. The majority of latino voters are actually not for out there. They're all over the southwest. they're also in the in. The rust belt made a difference not only in pennsylvania. I think also maybe even in wisconsin and we tend to forget about those places where we tend to gloss over them really easily and i do think a lot of that has to do based on where the national media is based. Let's talk about what did happen in arizona because that story provides such a narrative counterweight to what we saw happening in florida. Especially because it was a story ten years in the making you have to go back to senate bill ten seventy which was known as this. Show me your papers law and came at the same time period. Sheriff joe arpaio Huge anti immigrant sentiment within the government of arizona and all these young people some undocumented themselves some not took to the streets they did tons of protests and they started to organize there. Are i would say half a dozen organizations that came out of that era that now for people to vote in arizona knocked on doors to get people out to vote. Sorta sold the messaging to get people to vote not just for biden but for people down ballot. They were really trying to flip the state legislature and a lot of these organizations by the way are not big. Joe biden vans. I mean they like biden better than trump and they certainly wanted to get trump out of office but it was much more about getting trump out of office than voting for biting. It's what a lot of people have called a one time biting coalition that the group of people who voted this time joe biden or not going to be there in four years in the same formation because donald trump will not be on the ballot which means the democrats are gonna have to reconfigure a lot of their strategy while next. The florida story matters not for the national narrative this election but the fact that they were so off in what they thought was going to happen in florida from the democratic side that they lost so big to trump. I mean even those of us who were covering it at new. That trump was to do better than he added. Twenty sixteen in florida etc. The he did so much better than people thought with so many many more places that it was real devastating blow to the floor democratic party. In so that just reinforces your point that. Where does the party go from here. Because this was such a sort of unique set of circumstances. Nationally and in the st louis makes it look bleak for the future of democrats.

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Joe Arpaio: Former Arizona sheriff fails to regain old job

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Joe Arpaio: Former Arizona sheriff fails to regain old job

"Sheriff isn't getting his old job back. Joe Arpaio's just lost Arizona's Republican primary in Maricopa County. Voters backed his former chief deputy who will now face off against the Democrat who kicked our pile out of office in 2016. Theeighty eight year old was pardoned by President Trump a year later for his immigration tactics and then tried for a Senate seat in 2018. On the topic of politics. Two

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Los Angeles: Trump Pardons LA Billionaire Michael Milken: ‘He Suffered Greatly’

What A Day

03:55 min | 3 years ago

Los Angeles: Trump Pardons LA Billionaire Michael Milken: ‘He Suffered Greatly’

"President trump went on a pardoning spree on Tuesday for a WHO's who of individuals convicted of white collar crime. A total of eleven people were given commutations or pardons and this follows. How should we say troubling history of prior pardons from this White House including Joe Arpaio Scooter Libby and an Extra Sousa? There was no indication that he followed the typical Justice Department vetting process for these sorts of things but rather that he heard recommendations from a cast of characters including his personal lawyer and czar of corrupt overseas action. Talk about Rudy Giuliani. Perhaps the biggest name of the pardon bunch was Rod Blagojevich the former Democratic governor of Illinois. So get in. W T F. Yeah indeed I mean so. Blagojevich is a good place to start with all of this because it gives us an example a window into the kinds of people that were pardoned on Tuesday. Blagojevich solicited bribes for political appointments including for one Barack Obama's open Senate seat after he was elected president The selling of a Senate seat is not something that typically happens in America. He was impeached and removed from office and Blagojevich had completed eight years of a fourteen year term and trump commuted the arrested on Tuesday. We have commuted the sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail. A long time and I watched his wife on television. I don't know him very well. I bet him a couple of times. He was on for a short while the apprentice years ago very nice. I don't know. Wow imagine thinking the apprentices like a good judge of character. It's not even a good show. Well okay. So presumably. The rest of the pardons were not all people featured at one time on the apprentice right so like who else got him. It would be incredible if they were Unfortunately they're not. There was Michael Milkin who is referred to as the quote Junk Bond King. He was accused of taking part in an insider trading scheme and pled guilty to several counts of securities violations. Now he had served twenty two months in prison and since he was released he has been funding medical research into cancer more recently. Ironically though when milken getting in trouble in the nineteen eighties one of the people pursuing charges against him was Giuliani. Who was then the top prosecutor for the Southern District of New York how the turntables according to The New York Times One of the people that suggested this part into trump was Nelson peltz. He is a billionaire investor. Who held a ten million dollar fundraiser? For Trump's twenty twenty campaign this past weekend again. This is normally not how this would work recommendations pouring in from random personal or business acquaintances acquaintances at events for your reelection campaign. So I'm sensing a bit of a pattern here in terms of decision making. Yeah so the other two high profile ones here were for former New York City police. Commissioner Bernard B Kerik and a former owner of the San Francisco Forty niners Edward J debartolo. Junior someone's GonNa assume that these fellows they did all the similar things. Yeah basically. Yeah I mean carrick was found to have accepted a two hundred fifty thousand dollar quote unquote loan from an Israeli billionaire while he served as Interior Minister of Iraq. The issue there was that he didn't disclose it Carrick. Later pled guilty to eight felony tax and false statement charges now for deer Tolo. He actually never served a prison term but paid a million dollar fine after pleading guilty to concealing extortion attempt in Nineteen. Ninety Eight. Believe it had to do with a Casino Boat. Type situation. I would like to read a little bit more about it as well Interestingly as well for him DEBARTOLO was among the host of a pre inauguration. Party for trump in two thousand seventeen so to recap just these four examples. It was a long list of people who committed pretty major financial crimes and weren't necessarily the first people on top of mind for

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A Complete List of Trump’s Pardons and Commutations

All In with Chris Hayes

12:14 min | 3 years ago

A Complete List of Trump’s Pardons and Commutations

"Today. Donald Trump continued his full on assault. On the rule of law pardoning and commuting the sentences of several high profile criminals he notably included former Illinois governor. Rod Blagojevich was convicted of trying to sell Barack Obama's Senate seat vacated because he was elected president in exchange for campaign contributions. Begovic had served eight years of a fourteen year prison sentence. You may also remember the governor from the apprentice where he messed up the Harry Potter Challenge and got fired Donald Trump. We'll technically by the apprentice producers today the President Communities Sentence Response Members of the Illinois House Republican delegation released a saying quote. We're disappointed by the president's commutation of Robert Mugabe of federal sentence. Begovic is the face of public corruption in Illinois. And not once has he shown any remorse for his clear undocumented. Record of egregious crimes that undermined the trust placed in him by the voters. Nbc News Correspondent. Tom Winter reminds us are eating. A jury found him guilty of trying to extort the CEO of Children's Memorial Hospital for a donation in exchange for increasing the payments to doctors. Who took care of Specialty Care Kids? Oh but Donald Trump was not done there he also pardoned former New York police department. Commissioner Bernard Kerik pleaded guilty to eight felony charges including tax fraud and lying to White House officials. Carrick was nominated by George W Bush to be the Secretary of Homeland Security before withdrawing that nomination just a week later. The judge gave a longer sentence than agreed to the plea deal saying quote. I think the damage caused by Mr Carrick is in some ways. Immeasurable trump also pardoned bond. Trader Michael Milkin. So guy considered to be the face of insider trading in the nineteen eighty S. Milton was originally charged with ninety eight. Federal counts including racketeering. He pleaded guilty to six felony charges of securities fraud conspiracy. He was sentenced to ten years in prison. He also paid six hundred million dollars in fines and restitution at sentencing. The judge said quote when a man of your power in the financial world repeatedly conspires to violate and violate securities and tax laws in order to achieve more power and wealth for himself and his wealthy clients. A significant president prison term is required in order to deter others others receive clemency from trump today glued former San Francisco Forty niners owner Edward debartolo junior. Who pleaded guilty in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two concealing an extortion attempt involving the governor of Louisiana David Savvy and the former Bush administration official who was sentenced to a year in prison for lying about his association with Jack? Abramov June grown the owner of a Mental Health Care Company. Who was serving a thirty five year prison sentence for running? A two hundred. Five million dollar Medicare fraud scheme to be clear. This is the president who spent the last six months arguing. He so pose corruption. He had to make sure. Ukrainian president was to by withholding credit grudgingly approved military aid unless you launch fake investigation into the Biden's and route around Kremlin source conspiracy theory tourist findings but somehow this group of liars an extortionist and swindlers is the group of people. Trump felt deserve clemency. Maybe it's just a coincidence. That trump is pardoning these felons as the sentencing yet. Another one of his criminal pals looms earlier today. Trump tweeted about the judge in the trial of his longtime friend and advisor. Roger Stone suggesting stone deserved a new trial. Not long after the judge ruled stone. Sentencing hearing we'll go on that's planned on Thursday. Although she did say Roger. Stone's sentence will not begin until after she rules on his request for a new trial. Trump's interference with the stone cases. Troubled the Federal Judges Association so much that they called an emergency meeting tomorrow to address it and joining me now. For more on the president's pardoning spree. Today's Walter Dellinger. He was formerly formerly the acting. Solicitor General and also the head of the office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice under president. Bill Clinton Mr Dellinger. What do these pardons say to you as somebody who worked in in at high levels in justice in the United States? Well I think the show that we're really at the at the end of being a country that believes in equal justice under law there was no process to see how these crimes and these sentences compared with others who remain in prison. It's the president's own whim when a president acts by Wim and says he did of the Goya Vich. I wanted wife on television that that is an assault on the rule of law. But it goes much deeper than that. This is part of a three pronged assault on low as we know it. It involves threats of criminal prosecution of political opponents. Those investigate you. It involves promises that the president will intervene on behalf of those who commit crimes on his behalf and it. The third leg of this assault is his attack on judges and jurors in cases in which he's involved there is there's a banana republic aspect to it as you said that if you're friends with the president or on his TV show you get a pardon no matter what you've done and if you cross him in any way you might end up being prosecuted and we know that William Bar doesn't seem to be opposed to doing that but they're also does seem to be kind of a sort of Ross statement of power that Donald Trump is saying that if you commit these particular kinds of crimes that are against the Public. Trust that our financial in nature that are about corruption when he himself was impeached for corruption. It almost as sort of I don't know it almost feels like a message about that too about the fact that he's saying no no. I'm going to use of dive into corruption and revel in it. That's a good point Jordan. He treats he treats very high status people as if they're high status is a mitigation of their crops. When in fact it is an exacerbation that makes him so much worse. When you're a privileged person take for example. The fact that he has intervened on behalf of someone who was this got to be the national security adviser and lied about an investigation not just any investigation an investigation into a foreign military powers intervention. Our election. He intervened on behalf of someone who has been a prominent associated with President. Said is Roger Stone Who who committed five categories of lies and engaged in what the first department memo said was a relentless multi year attempt to again and obstruct justice in terms of an investigation into the corruption and the election and then finally the sympathy for someone. Who had the Honora being governor of one of our largest states? And who is thoroughly corrupt? And who sold a position in the United States Senate? Now that's he treats those because high status people as mitigation of their crops. And would it surprise you if the after to the things that Donald Trump does as well when it surprised if he's setting up there's been a lot of questions about whether he might try to part himself like if he's ever found to have committed some crime and that would certainly make himself the biggest part of the mall. I think he would undoubtedly attempt to pardon himself and everyone around him. He certainly let it be known that if a if he's re-elected or or even in the period after he was defeated he is GonNa take care of Of of everyone he knows including himself. I think the courts would reject hisself pardon but you know no presents ever tried that before so we can't be sure and the way in which he he seems to revel in the fact that he could take someone like sheriff. Joe Arpaio a law enforcement officer who is targeting Latinos for harassment and using the power of the police deliberately against a minority group and he pardoned him of criminal contempt of court that the way in which he plays with this. I think Dolly Elliptic who some times on this show referred to the `constitutionalisation of narcissism is what we face in this country. Yeah IT DONALD. Trump wants credit of also doing first step back kinds of criminal justice reform. He wants credit for that. But but do you sense in the pardons that he's doing especially today that the real message here is his own power right that he's essentially saying if you're powerful and you're my friend that is actually how you get a justice not by being somebody who was falsely accused of a crime or got too long of a sentence for having marijuana or something like that. That's why there's absolutely the absolute absence of any sense that the people pardoned held they compared with the culpability and the sentences of the tens and tens of thousands who remain in federal prison. The idea that he can act on on Mir welcome. I think something we've never seen the president before you know. Some people are going to raise the a Bill Clinton's pardon of financier and fugitive Bark Rich. And that was the worst thing. Bill Clinton did in eight years and an office is unjustified pardon but Donald Trump is taking it to a very different level where he's using the levers of the of the power of his office in order to corrupt law threatening opponents rewarding those who would commit crimes on his behalf going after judges and jurors in. I don't know where we go from here. I think we two thousand former prosecutors not just signed a letter but perhaps to think about blocking the willing to be arrested blocking the entrance of the Justice Department out. You have to use your imagination where we go from here Walter Dellinger. Thank you very much really appreciate your time and joining me now. For more. On the president's pardoning Spree Matthew Miller former chief spokesperson for the Department of Justice who's down MSNBC Justice analyst and Betsy Woodruff Swan Politics reporter at the daily beast and she's also an MSNBC contributor. So let's talk about sort of where where he could go from here and where and what it means and I'll start with where he could go from here. Betsy because is there any reporting on how much more of this because it does appear that there is a pattern? Somebody is either you know his friend or was on the apprentice goes on Fox News and pleads for his help he immediately responds to his friends and gives them a pardon. Who's who might be next on the list. I spent the afternoon talking to people who identify or describe themselves as allies of Roger Stone and they said that they saw the spate of clemencies that came down today as very comforting to them. Because they believe it's a signal. The President is sending that Roger. Stone may be next in line for this type of executive action. I thought your use of the phrase Banana Republic was really interesting because a federal judge. Us that exact same phrase in a transcript that was recently released from a closed door hearing regarding the investigation. That's now closed into Andrew McCabe and the judge literally said that the fact that trump was tweeting about McCabe so often the fact that he appeared to be interfering in that process created the appearance of a Banana Republic. So the thing to keep an eye on both the president of course granting clemency to people who he views as his political allies in part because he sees them on Fox News and the inverse of that which is the president encouraging DOJ to weaponize itself against people who he sees as his foes. And I'm glad also that Mister Diligent Joe Arpaio because they're also sort of symbolic arden's of people who are hurting the People Donald Trump's base wants to see hurt.

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Trump pardons ex-'junk bond king' Milken, commutes Blagojevich sentence

Fresh Air

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Trump pardons ex-'junk bond king' Milken, commutes Blagojevich sentence

"President trump is granting executive clemency to several high profile people convicted of crimes such as bribery and insider trading he's decided to fully pardon junk bond king Michael Milken and trump's commuting former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is prison sentence allowing him to walk free at least four years earlier than expected and peers Asia Roscoe has more on that president trump says he commuted the sentence a former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich because he felt he had spent enough time in prison look what you've it's has been behind bars since twenty twelve after he was convicted on corruption charges related to his attempts to sell the Senate seat of then president Barack Obama also pardoned former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik and former NFL owner Edward DeBartolo junior you know often times pretty much all the time I really realized the recommendations of people that them other public figures pardon by trump in the past include former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio and conservative commentator Dinesh d'souza ice Roscoe NPR news

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Ex-sheriff Joe Arpaio, pardoned by Trump, wants his old job back

Chad Benson

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Ex-sheriff Joe Arpaio, pardoned by Trump, wants his old job back

"R. news former America the county sheriff Joe our pile lost his office in twenty sixteen to Paul pen zone and on Sunday our pie announced that he wants the job back next year our final says he picked August twenty fifth to make the announcement because it's as wife's birthday and the day the president trop previously pardon them for a misdemeanor contempt charge valid political experts Damar says are piles chief asset and liability is that everyone knows is he proved in the US Senate race last time it doesn't matter if you've got the money and one hundred percent name ID voters have already rendered a verdict on your pile if back in office surprises he will re open tent city and of course all Arizona laws the deal with crimes in the border and legal

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Joe Arpaio Says He Will Run Again for Maricopa County Sheriff

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Joe Arpaio Says He Will Run Again for Maricopa County Sheriff

"Jorah pile wants to return to his old job as the sheriff in Maricopa county Arizona your pie announcing Sunday that after getting approval from his wife of sixty one years the eighty seven year old Republican will seek a seventh term as sheriff of Maricopa county promising to re open ten city jails in to continue efforts to crack down on the illegal immigration sheriff Papa's own a Democrat unseated our pie in twenty sixteen are piles announcements on the anniversary of his twenty seventeen pardoned by president trump I'm a misdemeanor contempt of court conviction for refusing a court order and are piles policies to crackdown on criminal illegal

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"America's Toughest Sheriff" Joe Arpaio running to reclaim his post

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

"America's Toughest Sheriff" Joe Arpaio running to reclaim his post

"America's toughest sheriff is gunning to get his position back former sheriff Joe Arpaio a Republican served as sheriff of Maricopa county in Arizona from nineteen ninety three to two thousand sixteen when he lost a reelection bid to Democrat Paul pens on the eighty seven year old known as America's toughest sheriff was convicted of criminal contempt of court for refusing to stop racial profiling practices but he was eventually pardoned by president trump fills you left NBC news

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'America's Toughest Sheriff' sues CNN, others for $300 Million

Investor's Edge

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

'America's Toughest Sheriff' sues CNN, others for $300 Million

"And the man who once called himself America's toughest sheriff is suing several news outlets and media figures a complaint filed by former Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arpaio in federal court in DC is seeking over three hundred million dollars naming CNN and its president and others as well as the Huffington Post and Rolling Stone magazine saying they labeled are pie was a felon.

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Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio sues CNN, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone

Investor's Edge

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio sues CNN, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone

Australia picks new PM after party coup

Morning Edition

02:02 min | 5 years ago

Australia picks new PM after party coup

"Alright some interesting news out of Australia this morning for the sixth time in ten years Australia has, a new prime minister this comes after a week of partisan feuding and the man. Who finds himself in the top job is a. Complete surprise Louisa limbs reporting for NPR news from, Melbourne it's been a head-spinning weaken Australian politics and it's produced a new prime minister who until two days ago swore he didn't want the job full treasurer. Scott Morrison won the post in a surprise twist during an internal leadership contest in the ruling liberal Party SCO mo- as he's known here is a conservative. Fame for his tough stance on asylum seekers, my plan for this country is for an even stronger Tecate Eric Kearney strong to guarantee the essentials That is trying to. Rely on, the Kate, Australians site from terrorism his boss Malcolm tumble the millionaire politician is now out tumbles remembered for his testy relationship with President Trump who reportedly hung up on him and their fast phone call that tumbles critics opposed. Him over plan to cut emissions this week, he was challenged by, his own immigration minister who in the end couldn't muster enough votes to win the ballot in his final speech tunnel blasted what he called an insurgency inside, his own party Australians will be just Dumbstruck and, so- uphold by the, conduct of the last week that was pretty much the mood in one Melbourne Cup Andrew MacKenzie and Adrian Branagan was spluttering into their pints they raising Bottle. Of trust Our political. System left bull prime ministers haven't, served at term so we're. Becoming a judge the ruling party is left in tatters destroyed by, its own power play and many a calling an early election to have politics to

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Trump meets with 'Angel Families' whose loved ones were killed by illegal immigrants

Chris Merrill

01:49 min | 5 years ago

Trump meets with 'Angel Families' whose loved ones were killed by illegal immigrants

"The way i download with joanne bauer five hundred immigrant children are being reunited with their families i says the number accounts for just fifteen percent of the children separated at the border some families whose loved ones died at the hands of immigrants are getting their time before the media today the president hosting angel families at the white house marianne mendoza says more needs to be done there's hundreds of thousands of victims every year who are affected by a legal crime rape assault identity theft mendoza's son mesa police sergeant brandon mendoza was killed in two thousand fourteen when a car he was driving was slammed into head on by a drunk illegal immigrant are widely circulated picture of crying migrant girl at the us border is not what it seems tom roberts explains the little girl's father tells the washington post that the girl and her mother were not separated the photo was taken while the mother was being searched by border patrol agents during an interview with cbs news border patrol agent carlos rios confirmed that the mother and daughter were not separated time magazine featured it on this week's cover photo shopping the girl facing president trump and the headline welcome to america tom roberts newsradio us senate candidate and former america the county sheriff joe arpaio says he was investigated by the fbi are pyo claims agents posed as reporters during his two thousand campaign for sheriff fifty eight years i know how to smell her russia not just shooting from the hip in addition our pyo was asking the us attorney general to investigate similarities between his failed 2016 reelection bid and the russian meddling probe arizonans can soon discard wanted medications at more than thirteen cvs pharmacies the company will dispose put up seven hundred.

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