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Biden to take office as Trump leaves Washington
"After decades in Washington Joe Biden is set to assume the nation's highest office Biden will take the oath of office outside the capital where he was a senator and which two weeks ago saw a deadly riot it would ordinarily be a celebratory time as Washington marks the peaceful transition of power instead Biden will take office amid sadness a day after America recorded its four hundred thousand virus pandemic death to heal we must remember his first stop here in Washington yesterday was a sunset ceremony for virus victims at the Lincoln Memorial what was already going to be a scaled down and all of your role due to the pandemic is further restricted by threats of violence after the riot president trump will not be there becoming the first outgoing president to entirely skip inaugural festivities since eighteen sixty nine Sager mag ani Washington
Snowden, Assange, Tiger King Denied Pardons by Trump
"A boatload of pardons and clemencies 143 people off the hook as we hear from correspondent Richard can to hardening 73 commuting the sentences of another 70. Among those getting pardons. Former aide Steve Bannon, former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and Casey Urlacher, younger brother of NFL Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher, the mayor of the Chicago suburb of Meta Way, Illinois. He was charged with illegal gambling conspiracy. Lil Wayne got a pardon. Fellow rapper Kodak Blackout of Computation. No parties announced for Rudy Giuliani already members of the Trump family, a a Sheldon Sheldon Sheldon Silver Silver Silver Pardon Pardon Pardon did did did not not not happen. happen. happen. Tiger Tiger Tiger King King King Joe Joe Joe Exotic Exotic Exotic has has has also also also left left left in in in prison. prison. prison. Julian Julian Julian Massage Massage Massage and and and Edward Edward Edward Snowden, Snowden, Snowden, also also also not not not On On On the the the president's list this morning. 38
Biden prepares for inauguration
"Biden and he's delaware farewell held the national god reserves center named after his late son beau biden paid tribute to his home state. I'll always be a proud son to the state of delaware biden said who struggled to hold back tears as he delivered brief remarks. After arriving in washington biden went directly to an evening ceremony at the reflecting pool near the lincoln memorial to honor. American lives lost to covid nineteen. He was joined by vice president-elect kamala harris who spoke of the collective and wish of a nation for many months we have grieved by ourselves. Harris said tonight we grieve and begin. Healing together biden followed with his own brief remarks telling americans that to heal. We must remember as he spoke with. Four hundred lights representing the pandemic victims illuminated behind him. He faced the statue. Of abraham lincoln. The civil war president who served as more than six hundred thousand americans died. He turns to walk away at the conclusion of the vigil. He faced the black granite wall listing the fifty eight thousand. Plus americans who perished in vietnam inaugural organizers this week finished installing some two hundred thousand. Us state and territorial flags on the national mall a display to represent the american people who couldn't come to the inauguration which is restricted under the tight security and covert nineteen restrictions. It is also a reminder of all the president-elect faces as he looks to steer the nation through the pandemic with infections and deaths soaring. Aides say biden will use today's inaugural address to call for american unity and offer an optimistic message. That americans can get past. The dark moment by working together
Trump pardons Steve Bannon, 72 others, and commutes 70 sentences
"73 people and commuting the sentences of 70 others as he prepares to leave office this morning. The list includes former top adviser Steve Bannon, accused of fraudulently raising money to build a border wall. Also on the list. A rapper's Little Wayne and Kodak Black, both prosecuted for weapons charges, and former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick serving a 28 year sentence on corruption charges. Is Joe Biden is just
New York City may run out of COVID vaccine Thursday, mayor says
"To get a covert vaccine vaccine shot shot after after Thursday Thursday in in New New York York City, City, or or from from Thursday Thursday On On in in New New York York City City may may wanna wanna listen listen up up and and call call ahead ahead before before going going because because at at the the rate rate it's it's being being used. The mayor said The city will begin to run out of vaccine by this Thursday and will have none to give come Friday. He called it crazy that it present the next scheduled vaccine delivery will come next Tuesday, The mayor underscored his hope that the Biden administration as he put it is going to fix a lot of this on administration. I give Joe Biden a lot of credit that's already put out an audacious goal. 100 million doses will be given the 1st 100 days. And New York City can help lead the way. We just need the vaccine to do it, and the mayor said. It's upto Washington, Albany and the manufacturers, saying, We have the ability to vaccinate a huge number of people and he focused on the immediate. I want to reach 300,000 New Yorkers this week. I need the vaccine to do it. Week is a long time, the Blasio promised. If the vaccine arrives later in the week, we will put it into action immediately. Rich lamb, WCBS news radio 8 80 without nearly
Senate begins Biden Cabinet confirmation hearings
"Just a few hours. Until joe biden takes the oath of office and becomes the forty six president of the united states. five of his most high profile cabinet nominees five of them got their senate confirmation hearings today. Secretary of state nominee antony blinken appeared before the foreign relations committee armed services committee question. Defense secretary nominee. Lloyd austin janet yellen who's biden's nominee for treasury secretary. She had her hearing before the finance committee. Also hearing for biden's pick to head homeland security alejandro may orcas and the director of national intelligence nominee of real hanes. Got her hearing as well five. Really big ones right. I mean state defense treasury homeland security intelligence five of them all at once today. We never have this many nominees for huge cabinet positions all having their confirmation hearings all on the same day. That's because in years past when a new administration was on its way in the senate would hold hearings for new cabinet secretaries over a period of days many days in advance of the inauguration so the new president could have at least some of his cabinet in place when he actually took office. Not this time. Though this time we got all these hearings all at once. Literally the day before the inauguration because the republican controlled senate just chose not to get their act together to move on. Move on biden's nominations before now they had some very important recesses. Take among other things i swear. The senate didn't even come back from their latest vacation until today. Yeah no rush when you haven't held confirmation hearings for anyone before today feel free to take a few more days off so biden is having to take off with an empty cabinet with literally. No cabinet secretaries confirmed including in critical national security positions which is totally unprecedented. on president. obama took office in two thousand nine seven of his cabinet. Secretaries were confirmed. By the end of inauguration day. many of president trump's cabinet picks face more opposition in the senate but even he took office with his defense secretary in his homeland security secretary in place. This time though. Barring some kind of senate miracle joe biden will have no one in. His entire cabinet confirmed on his first day including in the major national security positions and bad news. Good news on that front. The bad news is the obvious. The bad news is that that means president biden is going to start with a whole bunch of acting temporary. Fill in cabinet secretaries instead of full blown senate confirmed cabinet secretaries of his choosing which will just make it that much harder for the new president to hit the ground running and that's true in terms of policy matters that's also true in terms of national security. It's worrying for all the obvious reasons. That's the bad news but the good news is that the trump administration has been so profoundly dysfunctional for four whole years that we're actually starting used to that now. We're actually sort of used to having only acting stand in non-confirmed secretaries at all the most important jobs in the cabin and that's not something that the republican controlled senate screwed up for trump despite him doing it the right way. That's just the way he ran the government. I mean thanks to republican senator josh hawley slowing down the process and the homeland security committee. Joe biden is going to have to settle for an acting homeland security secretary for at least a few days but the united states has already had nothing but the homeland security secretaries for like two years under donald trump the longest they can see in the presidential cabinet ever because donald trump could just never get it together to have real nominees who got really confirmed by the senate and who held their job with all the attendant powers so maybe four years and terrible governance. Maybe we are better at running government poorly in that way there was would have been before this four year experiment and terrible governance. That is now coming to a clicks.
Biden, Harris host vigil for coronavirus victims at Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
"Vice. President-elect led a national memorial for those who have died at the reflecting pool at the foot of the lincoln memorial today. It's astonishing to me with four hundred thousand americans dead within one year of the first case being found here that we've had no national memorial for the dead before today by biden and harris lead. Today we rather tonight a nation in mourning to pay tribute to the lives. We have lost a grandmother or grandfather. Who was our whole world apparent partner sibling or friend who we still cannot accept is no longer here and for many months. We have grieved by ourselves tonight. We grieve and begin healing together. Though we may be physically separated we. The american people are united in spirit to heal. We must remember. It's hard sometimes to remember. But that's how we heal. It's important to do that as a nation. That's why we're here today. Between sundown and dusk shine the lights in the darkness along sacred pool reflection. Remember all we lost each of those four hundred lights that lit up at that moment in the memorial service represents a thousand americans killed by the coronavirus. When those four hundred lights were lit joe biden and comma harris and the incoming first lady and second gentleman they all turned around to take it in four hundred lights to represent four hundred thousand americans. Dead knows a long long moment of
America Is in a Dark, Deeply Divided Place: Inauguration Day 2021
"In july eighteen. Sixty four some fourteen thousand confederate troops to just six miles within sight of the us capitol dome for president lincoln. It was a rude shock after all. This was a year after the union. Victory at the battle of gettysburg and the confederacy seen near defeat. Just the nicotine. Seventeen thousand union troops dispatched by ulysses s grant arrived and pushed the confederates back. Well today joe biden. Sworn in as the forty six president of the united states twenty thousand national guardsmen will defend the same capital this time from enraged citizens. It's impossible to understand how we've reached this point unless we look beyond the last few weeks even beyond the election to pre existing conditions such as our decades-long thinning out of civil society. The most recent lawlessness at the capitol reflects an escalating lawlessness that spans political parties religious affiliations age brackets social classes. And so we're faced with. The question will a militarized america. Be the new normal. Will the armed troops protecting the citadel of democracy today be patrolling the streets of writing cities tomorrow will the blatant failures of our institutions and our leaders continued to fester to this explosive level of distrust chuck. Colson often said that unless people are governed by their conscience they will be governed by the constable when people were unable to govern themselves. They then face a choice. Between order or continued chaos. Most often people will choose order which inevitably means the loss of freedoms the freedom to peaceably. Assemble is impossible to maintain when assemblies frequently turned into riots. looting or sedition. The freedom of speech seems particularly vulnerable today when big tech world so much power and decides like twitter facebook and instagram. Already have to crack down on political speech they deem offensive or dangerous and just last week representative alexandria. Ocasio cortez spoke openly about forming a committee to rein in our media environment. That's something that should anyone who has ever read any dystopia novel ever and our second amendment freedoms are most vulnerable. When used as cover by mass shooters are insurrectionist. Perhaps the most consistent refrain from america's founders is that our national experiment would ultimately prove unsustainable unless there was a virtuous citizenry. our constitution simply cannot ever knows who refused to govern themselves. John adams our second president said it most clearly quote. Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It's wholly inadequate to the government of any other and yet americans are becoming increasingly. Immoral and irreligious are shocking. Lack of conscience on display in rising numbers of both deaths from despair by that. I mean addiction self harm and suicide and acts of desperation meaning violent acts riots and even self mutilation pursuit of identity or sexual pleasure. Look we pump poison ideas into our hearts and minds and then call it entertainment. We pump lies into our children and then call it education. The result is that america finds itself in such a dark deeply divided. Play place that alexander solzhenitsyn accurately described in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight speech at harvard. We have he said quote very little defense against the abyss of human decadence such as the misuse of liberty for moral violence against young people such as motion pictures full of pornography crime and horror even the strict. This laws sits alternates in might add even twenty thousand national guard. Troops will ultimately be powerless. Defend people against such moral corrosion but the situation is dire. But it's not without hope as chuck. Colson often said despair as a sin. Christ is risen from the dead and god and his gracious goodness has revealed to us what is true and what is good. He's given us his word and through prayer. He makes himself available to
State of Texas braces for potential violence before Biden inauguration
"Stands ready for any any potential potential threat threat related related to to President President elect elect Joe Joe Bynes. Bynes. Inauguration Inauguration tomorrow. tomorrow. Governor Governor Rabbit Rabbit with with full full faith faith in in the the collaboration collaboration between between the the state state and and federal federal authorities, authorities, the Texas Department of Public Safety Is very professional, and they deal with Jones's like this all the time. The governor confident that Texas will make it through the inauguration without incident. This is the state capital building remains closed and heavily Gordon through Inauguration day.
Trump doesn't mention Biden in farewell address
"Harris Administration luck in a new recorded video address. The president never mentions the name Joe Biden. No. Correspondent Natalie Brand on Capitol Hill. President Trump has no public appearances planned during his last full day in office. Though he released this video of his own farewell address this week, we had our grade a New administration and pray for its success in keeping America Safe and prosperous. Senior administration official is telling CBS News. The president even at this hour, is still finalizing his last list of pardons Stay with US A Republican
Trump lifts COVID-19 travel restrictions, Biden to block changes
"Trump wanted to make a change in a travel a policy. He apparently wanted to lift. The orders of travel bans into the united states. Mostly flynn places like europe and brazil. He was going to maintain restrictions on iran and china however. And he asks you this dead declaration late monday These restrictions apply to non-citizens trying to come to the us. After spending time in those areas he says it would mean no longer be needed beginning january twenty six. That's the date in. Which the cdc. We'll start requiring all passengers from abroad to present proof of a negative corona virus test before boarding a flight however the biden team announced immediately that they will undo that policy of trump's and they will continue maintain the ban on this travel. So that was kinda the back and forth and the trump's proclamation said the pandemic is worsening more contagious variants emerging around the world. This is not the time to be lifting restrictions on international travel that the press secretary for joe biden put that out on twitter after the announcement by the trump administration that they wanted to lift the ban on travel.
Trump releases taped 'farewell address'
"President Trump had no public events scheduled for his last full day in office. He did release a farewell address on YouTube in which he spoke about his achievements. And he says he prays for the success of the new administration in keeping America safe and prosperous. He never mentioned the words Joe Biden. We extend our best wishes, and we also want them. You have luck? A very important
Biden arrives for inauguration with big plans, big problems
"The incoming presidential team devoted the eve of their inauguration to honor the four hundred thousand American lives lost to cope with nineteen soon after flying into Washington DC ahead of the inauguration may we then president elect Joe Biden presided over a memorial service at the reflecting pool to let families know that those who died of coded nineteen are not forgotten it's hard sometimes to remember but that's how we heal it's important to do that as a nation vice president elect Kamilla Harris noted so many had died in isolation without friends or family we grieve and begin healing together rows of white monoliths were lit along the reflecting pool by Dennis proposed a one point nine trillion dollar package to help the nation recover from the pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington
Trump doesn't mention Biden in farewell address
"In a farewell video president trump is wishing his successor well without naming him the president acknowledges he'll hand over powers tomorrow to a new administration we extend our best wishes he never said Joe Biden's name in a twenty minute video released shortly after Biden arrived outside Washington instead touting his old administration's achievements nobody thought we could even come close the president will skip tomorrow's inauguration and instead fly to Florida in the morning Sager mag ani Washington
US Capitol on security lockdown ahead of Biden inauguration
"Scene on Capitol Hill. The National Mall and Beyond. Security and street closures extend all over downtown ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration tomorrow, and as the city is weighted down with barricades, fences and law enforcement, DC's mayor is looking ahead to what the city will look like afterwards. Today I plan to talk to our Congress, woman and My team about how we approach a new security posture in the district. Obviously, we don't want fences in armed troops in our city any longer than they need to be. But at the same time, we need to be smart about how we approach this new postures. Aerial vows or asked her homeland security, and he met emergency management agency to figure out the best ways to move forward. Once the inauguration is over. Meantime, getting getting into into and and around around downtown downtown
New York City set to run out of COVID-19 vaccine within days, Mayor de Blasio says
"Mayor de Blasio was warning New York City could run out of covert vaccine doses. Thursday. Here's WCBS reporter rich land. At the rate it's being used. The mayor said The city will begin to run out of vaccine by this Thursday and will have none to give come Friday. He called it crazy that it present the next scheduled vaccine delivery will come next Tuesday. Mayor underscored his hope that the Biden administration as he put it is going to fix a lot of this on administration. I give Joe Biden a lot of credit that's already put out an audacious goal. 100 million doses will be given in their 1st 100 days, and New York City can help lead the way. We just need the vaccine to do it, and the mayor said it's upto Washington, Albany and the manufacturers, saying We have the ability to vaccinate a huge number of people, and he focused on the immediate. I want to reach 300,000 New Yorkers this week. I need the vaccine to do it. Week is a long time, the Blasio promised. If the vaccine arrives later in the week, we will put it into action immediately.
Pompeo says China's policies on Muslims amount to 'genocide'
"Joe Biden becomes president, president, Secretary Secretary of of State State Mike Mike Pompeo Pompeo is is slapping slapping some some new new sanctions sanctions on on China. China. Pompeo Pompeo says says he's he's punishing punishing China China for for its its genocide genocide against against Muslims Muslims and and ethnic ethnic minorities minorities in in this Western province. No immediate response from the incoming Biden team. But last year, the president elect also used the word genocide to describe China's policies there. China has imprisoned more than a million people in a vast network of concentration camps where officials say people are tortured, sterilized and indoctrinated. Most of those air we gers and people from other mostly Muslim ethnic groups.
Seattle to join nationwide COVID-19 memorial today, honor victims
"Marks one year since the first case of covert was confirmed in the US and Yes, you are right. That case was here in the Seattle area. Since then, More than a quarter million people in our state have been infected and more than 3900 have died. The city of Seattle will join in a nationwide memorial today to honor those who have lost their lives to the covert pandemic. Today's memorial is part of the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden and will include a special lighting of some downtown buildings and the ringing of the Kobe friendship fell at Seattle Center.
"joe that" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Not been someone who reads crime novels. I watch a lot of Movies that are based on that. And i'm a big Sherlock holmes fan but when this book arrived unannounced in my mail from the publisher high five in iq novel by joe ebay. I was intrigued. And this is the fourth in a series of crime. Novels starring this queue character. And it's my great pleasure and honor to bring the author. Joe day to the podcast vitamin. Yeah well we love having asian writers on here and this is kind of like sherlock holmes in set in los angeles in current day. Los angeles since. I've been in los angeles for over forty years. I recognize so much of what you described. Even though i haven't been everywhere but it's it's kind of refreshing to actually see this crime drama take place in an environment. That is very familiar to me. At least are well thank you. I had no idea. Actually when i wrote it would be so unusual. Yup well gotten high praise. I mean people are even the kareem abdul-jabbar who's a big microsoft holmes fan. He wrote a book about that. He's read it. Enjoy it and then impatiently. Wait around for the next one like the rest of us. i mean. i'm reading this fourth in this series. And i'm thinking someone's gotta be talking to joe about making these into a movie Yes somebody.
"joe that" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Welcome to episode number. Two hundred seventy three our guests. This episode is novelist. Joe ebay born and raised in the hood in los angeles. Joe has a created a street. Smart black private investigator in the vein of sherlock holmes who is Basically solving cases in the very contemporary urban setting of los angeles and As someone who's lived over forty years myself I just find it wonderfully engaging and fascinating to kind of revisit some of these neighborhoods and areas Through the eyes of Not only iq his private eye but also the various people that populate these novels so really looking forward to you. Listening in on my conversation recorded Several months ago with joe day so as we are recording this episode. We're hearing word from all over the country where we live that. The coronavirus is spiking Even higher than before which is so alarming. And we're probably on the verge here in california of another lockdown disappointing. How you're doing with all this as i've somewhat seriously somewhat jokingly said in the past being on lockdown is sort of like being retired accept the differences. Now it's not kind of self imposed 'isolation but it's it's coming from the government and the powers that be and you know honestly in doing this podcast One of the challenges has been that we haven't been able to bring a local guest in studio to put them. Actually for the microphones. So that's that's definitely presented challenges in terms of the kind of clarity that We can get in recording oliver guests remotely with whatever equipment that they have and you'll hear in this particular episode that There are times when my guest were. His side of the conversation just wasn't as easy to understand for whatever was going on his side versus. When i haven't been studio and joe being in la we definitely could have had him here in studio opening for the microphone. Can monitor that While we're doing it live so you know. That's that's frustrating. I know it's frustrating to me. As i'm trying to put it on the the best episode together and i'm sure it's frustrating to you as listeners at times when you you can't quite catch one hundred percent of everything the guest is saying and i just hope as an all things with this pandemic and the shutdown That you'll bear with us that you'll be engaged enough with the quality of the conversation that you'll stick with it the other challenge. That is more. Recent for me is I have inherited of the editing and then publishing of the episodes Because there there was a change. In my co-producer allison's work situation and you'll hear more about that later when i know more about it all all i know is. She moved out here from texas to land fulltime job in the whole video. Editing industry. And you know lo and behold good good for alison she. She found this opportunity. What that has meant is in the last three or four weeks. Since ellison i talked i've had a lightning quick education in how to do the side of the pike. Ask that. I haven't had to do for you. Know the whole six plus years that we've existed so there's a learning curve. That's what i'm saying. And i'm dealing with different formats in different challenges and Even this week found out that our internet speed here at home was very unstable and it was going from highs of two hundred and thirty which were paying for to lows of like thirty and so there were times In the recent past when i've recorded some episodes with the guest remotely where they just couldn't hear me talk or you know all of a sudden e everything just really drops out so it's not a perfect storm but it's been a storm and i'm managing the best i can i am enjoying so far The responsibility of cobbling together the episodes But you know with the challenge. It come with remote feeds and variations in the quality of either my voice. Because i'm using the computer microphone instead of this condenser microphone. That's specifically for the podcast. Or as i said Just being able to get the highest quality feed from Each episode guest. You know what again. Just thank you for your patience and your graciousness. Because i'm learning a whole new side to this and i'll tell you this if I was saddled with a one hundred percent of the responsibilities when we first launched this podcast. I guarantee you. I wouldn't have launched. It does because it was just too daunting this too much and very grateful to my original director and co producer. Chris rwanda's when he came to me with this idea for the bind cast. It was all about. He would handle the technical side. I would book the guest in the prepare for the episode hosting yada yada and You know when when he after five years Needed to move on You know with my blessing and prayers Alison stepped up and it was great. Timing and she's she's held this together for the last year. But now it's on me. And i i'm not necessarily thinking I need to find another person to do this. Because i'm enjoying it. I i do like learning new technical things but we'll see i. I'm grateful that we haven't had to shut down the podcast because It wasn't that hard for me to learn the rudiments of of this editing of the audio But you know it's it's not perfect. And i guess that's kind of The thought i wanted to pass along to you listeners. This week is that as we are dealing with. Probably another lockdown Life is far from perfect right It is not how you know. Some of us are students. Want to learn. It's not how we want to interact with people remotely. It's not how you know we wanna just be stay-at-homes when we had plans to travel and to visit relatives and friends and to see new places. I mean none of this is perfect and You know even the transition from president trump to president-elect biden. I mean that's not going perfectly either and probably january twentieth. It's going to be far from great. So you know i think for me As much as i have a perfectionist streak It's been humbling. And it's it's kind of character building for me to to learn to work with what i have and to make the best that i can and so i. I hope that you're catching the spirit of that with what's been happening last month. Or so with the podcast. But i also hope that you're kind of managing life with that same attitude as well that You know perfect is going to be probably very lucid in most aspects and elements of our lives. But to appreciate that we're still able to have our lives and to do the things that matter to us for the most part and with the ability to look forward with a little bit of hope and a lot of patients that there's a better day yet to come that is but I to cling to that. So i hope you're hanging in there. My challenges with the podcast have now become opportunities for me to learn some new skills and to really gonna take a deep dive into each episode. And and how to bring out The best i can with what i have and I'm still grateful to be in from the microphone. Like this into pumping out these episodes for you. Because i i think what we're doing matters and i think these stories. These guests are essential. And i look forward to letting you ease drop on even more upcoming episodes because even as they are waiting to be edited in the proper week. Our d. no having had most of these conversations that these these are the worth listening to one hundred percent. So thank you so much. I know you're.
"joe that" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Withers. Bill, weather's grow just lost him another giant. We just had such a music we just had to go great motown songwriters just had the Holland brothers. Does. Your holiday, my God, stay we're just on the show last week greatest songs ever written absolute. Some of the greatest songs ever written for. Sure. Joe If you come back and do this again and we love to have you back. We'll just talk about old movies and music and the first records you ever bought. That'd be great that'd Picnic my pleasure we appreciate you taking the time to do this and we thank Dan again and we thank Andrew again. This. This was a kick. We we love to talk about a ragtag. With.
"joe that" Discussed on The Corp
"We love president a beer. So Joe Bach it I think is actually the I guess we've had where we're both friends with them and it shows when you have someone like that is familiar with both of us always a great interview. We did this interview somewhere in the middle of quarantine I wanNA say it was around April. So gives you a little setting for for when we taped it but I to me Joe Buck and the like career are keys had is fascinating because like you said, a lot of people have given him shit. A lot of people have hated on him, but it feels like. The public conscience has kind of turned and turned back in his favor and people love Joe Buchan again, we so talented I mean they save you hang around long enough people start forgetting the bad energy in the hate and he's kind of getting into his territories like Oh shit is not about Jack Buck Right Joe Buck is a legend and he's done. About Twenty five world series he's done a bunch of Super Bowls PGA you name it and again he has that great voice and here's the greatest compliment I can say about Joe. Buck. Is Even if the game is average, I was still tune into listen to his insight yes and have you talking to Joe Buck? Have you had that moment where you realize? When you're announcing a game would you've been doing for Sunday night baseball for a couple of years now have you had that moment? You realize like no matter what I say there will be people hate what I say even if it's just completely innocuous like it doesn't really matter people just listen and half of the audience is just GonNa hate you no matter what yes. I've been I've known that for now. Yeah. About two and a half decade right But you know the greatest thing about me and like twitter and stuff is people say all the nasty things and I don't know how to get into twitter. So yes, that's true. Tweet a little bit and respond I. It's a whole thing. So we're. Not Seeing it I know that. You just yelling into a brick. Yeah. You're on twitter. Yeah. I came back you on my nephew nick here who's with me. You know he's He's telling me you know te'o uncle the'll they're ripping you in tweet said yes. We need Nick's setup booklet of just positive tweets every day and just deliver that to you. That's kind of what he does briefing. Yeah. All right. So before we get to Joe Buck a quick word from our friends at simplisafe era, you own many homes, I know.
"joe that" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast
"You make sure they have an interest in talking to and that you're going to provide value. That's how you can almost guarantee at reporter is going to take the interview. How are you going to provide a value to reporter? For. Talk to the reporter contact the report with personalized email, so contact the reporter with a personal identity meal meaning. Don't say hi Joe That's great. That's personalizing the name. You really want to say hey joe. I saw that you wrote about this last week. It seems like you've written a few articles on this, but I actually have a really interesting insight on that same topic. Can I share it with you? This I e mail is. Sherie email you don't WanNa. Make it too long. There should be like four to five sentences with a call to action, so the introductions should make sure that you identify that you know his background what he writes about and the second part should be. What is what are you offering him? Why does he want to talk to you? And the third part is what do. Do you want. What do you want to come out of this I loved it thirty minutes on your calendar. I love to send you a product for review I love for you to connect me with somebody. It could be any of those things, so those are just a few examples number five the place where most people fail and do fail and even PR anybody. Is Follow up. So follow up is at certain many many levels number one. Follow up with your first email. If someone does respond and I've heard this so many times clients Oh yeah! I sent them an email, but they never got back to me well. The media is not waiting to get back to you. They have I. Mean you've probably heard it from this podcast alone in? In any of these journalists that I interview have twenty to one hundred pitches. That's that's hitches set aside every day that they have to tend to the now. This is aside from the work that they actually have to do. Their work is not reading your pitch emails. Their work is writing writing articles and stories so think about that for a moment and understand that. They're not waiting for you, so you really have to tell them how you can provide value, really up front and I'm sure there are grateful, and I know a lot of journalists that are very. Grateful for PR people very grateful for pitches and very very nice and easy to work with, and really they want you to provide value, and that's their devalue relations, so follow up with these people and when you follow up, just say hey, look. I noticed. You didn't get back to me, but I really think this story is a good fit for you and then tell them why. So always follow up kind of value driven. Add on. And that's the kind of like a very sales term, but yes, a value driven. Add on will help kind of reinforce why they need to talk to you. And I would follow up maybe three or four times and then round before time you could probably tell if a radio silence. You don't WanNa..
"joe that" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"I've set aside cases of these beings for you and I'm going to buy you a can of these beans try for yourself. You'RE NOT GONNA pay any money. Just take this ad go in there and let me buy for you the beans and they would go in and they would try them and then they would be a for life and that would kick start the being industry going that way and so you start to think that his realization that I have used as one of the core Goto foundational things that I use all the time. It made me aware that sometimes it's less expensive to get somebody a result in it is to convince them to give you money to get that result so in the bean situation it was less expensive to compel somebody to let you buy them a kid of beans to try them so that they could be convinced that they are the best beings that they've ever tasted and become an ongoing customer. Then it would take so much more money through advertising to convince you that the beans are good and you buy the beans to convince yourself. That's been a one of the foundational things that has been the key to a lot of the successes that I've had. It's always seemed so simple when you've probably heard me say that again and again that you know sometimes it's less expensive to get the result for someone that is to convince them to give you money to get that and that pretty much is the compelling offer. I mean if someone really understands the psychology of what you just explained that alone can change the entire positioning of what they do in they do it. Is You know. Marketing is really positioning. It's really how you set it up and Shannon Did you want to say anything about daas or anything in particular and just you know. Tell a dirty joke I mean. Now that's more skews territory the mind about Dawson's really interesting. You're asking what people's dangerous their opportunities and their strength is that you have to be willing to ask questions. You don't know the answer to and I think that's a lot of people get stack often were used to asking miss a somewhat formulate questions where we think we know and this is one we really have to suspend your own self interest and really just listen you know collaborative talks with generous listening and just knowing that you don't know the answers but frankly those are by far the most interesting conversations in out of that you'll understand what's most important to them helping them summarize that reflecting it back to them. They're they're gonNA find that conversation with you. Almost one of the most impactful best conversations. They've had we also tend to put a a future based question around at called The r? Factor is part of the Dance on the question man right now. People's timeframes are different. Normally we ask a three year based question but it could be a year from now or nine days from now. What have you but you know relatives that future. What are you worried about? What are you excited about? What are you confident about? Because those are the emotions you know the whole thing about you. Know a compelling argument is it has to be something where it's going to hit them at their heart not just their head and DOS dos. Definitely the best way to do that. Because they're all emotion based questions. What are you worried about what you excited about? And what are you confident about? The point you made earlier. People's DOS has changed assuming that we know what it is means that we're probably for sure. GonNa be wickedly tone deaf in what we're offering them in when you actually get current with people's dos which is what a lot of Kutch clients now to do. They're just having incredibly rich conversations in new possibilities or opening up new ways of value creation. It's kind of spectacular. But it may it means flipping from what you already know to what you know in being comfortable in in creating mats that conversational opportunity for people. So that's what I would say to add. Joe That's awesome love it love it. So here's all WanNa do then without setup. I think we should go in and ask an answer. Some questions that people have in them we can talk in Charleen Dave of if amending get stuck than you are responsible for jumping in and make us look smart in that Sorta shedder. I decided he has.
"joe that" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Actress cranberry listeners. Today we just like to tell you about a really crazy. Show that we've discovered from wonder. The show is called Joe Exotic and the story is just a lot a lot to process and really a lot to believe I was actually listening to it in my car and I drove right past my exit. Your was it worth it. I mean did you get some more stuff that you wanted to listen to. I did I never heard of this guy before you brought him up and his life choices are certainly not what mine would ever be probably no one else except maybe for Joan self but at the same time really entertaining yes. I agree for Joe. Exotic life was as zoo. Joe Lived on sixteen acres in the Oklahoma Prairie Lance. His given name of course is not exotic. But that's what he calls himself. Joe was able to scratch out a living from a roadside wildlife attraction that he ran. But you know that's just the beginning. Hear this outrageous tourist attraction housed babboons alligators and big cats. But Joe's life was as much of a side show as this haphazard zoo. He definitely likes some sideshow theater in his personal life as a gun toting. Spur wearing tiger breeding gay cowboy polygamist with a mullet show was absolutely a real character. He became an eccentric local celebrity. Who freely handed out condoms with his face printed on them. Joe Definitely had his own brand of crazy that somewhere along the line. He pushed it a bit too far and things turn very dark very quickly. Listen to Joe Exotic and you'll find out how a love of animals turned to hatred and murderous revenge. You're about to hear a preview now of Joe Exotic in this wild podcast from Wendy. You'll meet JOE himself and you'll get a glimpse of what life was like inside his zoo and inside his unusual. Mind while you're listening. Go ahead and subscribe to Joe Exotic on Apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever? You're listening to us now. There is also a link in our episode notes. That will take you there. It was the winter of two thousand fourteen in a little dance hall in. When you would Oklahoma a wedding was just getting started okay. I'd like to welcome you to a most unusual wedding. The room was decorated in hot pink and Tiger Stripes. The audience was a mix of humans and animals was several people there with different kinds of monkeys. They were for the most part in their strollers. Serve on their MOM's lap for in their shirt. Jacqueline Thompson was among the guests. She watched three men in matching hot pink. Cowboy shirts and black jeans walked to the front of the hall. Today we have gathered to witness the Union of Travis. John and Joe Joe said that he always had to boyfriend's Outta time he never just had one. Joe Was the groom in the middle. He had a chrome pistol hanging from a leather holster around his hips and bleach blond mullet. His real name was Joe Shrimp Vogel but he was better known as Joe Exotic in the book of ECCLESIASTES. Dis Bet you know this the we are even better for triple. Braided cord is not easily broken. Joe's fifty one years old one of his husbands to be in his late twenty s and the other was just nineteen. And can we have the rings? Fleas Jacqueline and the other guests watched a small eight gripping white. Satin pillow was carried up to the front of the hall after me. I give these rings as a Joe slipped the ring on one fiancee's finger and then on the other. You may now kiss after the wedding. The party moved down the street to Joe Zoo there. Joe was in his element climbing in and out of cages while a camera crew captured it all for his Youtube Channel at one point. Jovan Jacqueline over to bear cage handed her a marshmallow and told her put it. Between Your Lips I put in my mouth and I'm like you know hesitating to put my face through the bar and then he grabbed her head and shoved it up against the cage inches from the bears mouth and they're just all of a sudden. Grab the food in. His tongue ended up going down my throat and all I remember is getting a mouthful of sand and slobber it was like I was gagging and he was just laughing so hard almost pitas fans and they got that on tape too. It was a wild celebration but in a quieter moment. Joe confided something in Jacqueline. He was haunted by a recent tragedy he says. My champ was poisoned Joe. Tall Jacqueline he suspected the animal rights extremists. Were behind it as well as the recent deaths of Wolf pups and he was afraid they wouldn't be the last and just started crying. You wrapped his arms around me. And we just balled together. Then Joe said she was looking for someone to provide security to keep his animals safe at the zoo and to keep him safe over the years. Joe had made a lot of enemies but there was one who kept him up at night here. You just always call her names like crazy bitch hateful bitch. It always something bitch. That woman was Carol Baskin. All talked about was that she won't leave him alone for five years now. Carol had been threatening to shutdown Josue and destroy all that he had built. He said he needed somebody. That was really good with a gun that could take her out and now joe was ready to put an end to it and I said junior the sniper. He's like why are you have one? I said actually I do. You can listen to all six episodes of this mind-bending story including exclusive Joe Exotic Bonus episode acid free on wondering plus for limited time. We're offering listeners. A free week of one plus just go to wondering plus dot com slash exotic. You can also subscribe and listen to Joe Exotic from wondering on Apple podcasts. Spotify a wherever. You're listening right now..
"joe that" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Would you prefer fourteen gay? Just sort of national shutdown too slow for as much as we possibly could. I think we should really be overly aggressive and get criticized for overreact. Should more Americans be prepared to be hunkering down at their house? I think Americans should be prepared that they're going to have to hunker down significantly more than we as a country are doing the top infectious disease doctor in the country. Dr Anthony Fauci with that warning yesterday on. Meet the press. Good morning and welcome to morning Joe and we begin this morning where we will most likely begin for some time to come the many fast moving developments with the corona virus changing public life as we know it. Here's where things stand right now. The US is under a national state of emergency and the CDC has now updated its guidance urging against any gatherings of fifty people or more in the next eight weeks. Stock futures are once again sliding despite emergency action from the Federal Reserve slashing interest rates to zero the Senate is now poised to take up a sweeping. Bill passed by the House that includes free testing extended sick leave and a billion dollars in food aid. Meanwhile several states and cities across the nation have shut down restaurants and bars to sit in guests California Illinois and New York City among them. The city of New York also announced last night that it's closing schools nightclubs movie theaters and entertainment venues. The State of New York is now considering whether to join to other states Georgia and Louisiana in postponing their primary elections. The governor of California has called them more than five million senior citizens in his state and those with underlying health conditions to isolate themselves. This says the number of confirmed cases continues to surge now closing in on thirty five hundred. Florida saw a huge spike. This weekend and West Virginia remains the only state without a confirmed case. And this was the result of the trump administration's hastily arranged airport screenings travelers from Europe scores of people crammed together such a nightmare in the types of crowds. We've been told to avoid and that brings us to Europe the UK and Ireland were added to the president's travel ban over the weekend. Italy Spain and France recorded their highest death tolls for a Single Day France twenty nine Spain ninety seven and Italy a staggering. Three hundred and sixty eight deaths. Italy also recorded its most number of new cases in a day. Three thousand five hundred ninety. Spain and France have now joined Italy in banning people from leaving their homes for non essential purposes with us. We have White House reporter for the Associated Press Jonathan the mirror Washington anchor for BBC World. News America Katty Kay columnist and associate editor for The Washington Post David Ignatius and US national editor at the Financial Times. Edward loose joins us. This morning well you know it is. Things are moving rapidly but there does continue to be a disconnect. Dave Ignatius Well actually I'm going to Jonathan Mir I since since he's White House reporter. There's there's still Jonathan this disconnect what we're hearing from the scientists and the president of the United States is saying remember from the very beginning. You had the president saying that it was only a handful of people fourteen. Maybe fifteen all be down to zero in a week at the same time the expressing real concern than the president talked about The Corona virus going away in April magically. When things got warmer he said it was going to go away magically. Who's going to just disappear while his scientists were again warning Americans. Yesterday you had the president of the United States saying that it's all under control while his scientists are all saying the same thing. It's going to get worse. We don't know how bad it's going to get you. Even had some irresponsible members of Congress. Remarkably enough Republicans. Of course. I've got to say that sadly is a former member saying oh go out to your restaurants. Go out to your one at Laura Devon Nunez said go out to pubs. That is the worst actual advice. I've heard since a monologue was put on a certain network suggesting that this was all a great hoax to take down the press of the United States so you have the CDC doctors scientists Experts from across the world saying one thing and then you have the president. United States completely disconnected from his own staff quite another. Wh What's going on inside of the White House talk about the battle actually for the heart and soul out of the country but of of this administration life has changed in America and the President doesn't want to admit it. Joe That's where we are right now is that he has. It is one thing for commander in chief for the executive of the United States to preach calm to to be reassuring. That's okay that's part of the job but it's very different right now for the president who seems to have at least publicly his head in the sand as to what is really happening on Friday after declare the national emergency which a step that was needed that it was. He was urged to do by members of both parties saluting closest advisers. He reluctantly got there because he was afraid that it was sending a bad signal to the markets acknowledging. Just the severity of this crisis. But when he did it in. The markets responded well On Friday. They did and he then proceeded to take victory lap on twitter about it. We saw over the weekend up here at the White House. Briefing Room twice on Saturday. One Sunday on Saturday wearing a campaign hat suggesting that this is all going to be over soon. That Americans again stay calm. That's the right thing to say but to not acknowledge. The severity of the crisis is very different within the White House. We've had a couple of different factions. Here there is a growing sense among top advisors including Vice President Pence Dr Faucher and others to be more candid about how where things are going to acknowledge the American people that things are going to get worse before it gets better. Others including Jared Kushner. Stephen Miller are focused more on trying to be moorish prop up the markets to to sort of downplay this very of this of this incident of the spread of this virus. Even though we are seeing of course cases tick up day after day. The president and the vice president urged Americans not to make runs on grocery stores saying just by for the weekend and we saw of course last night the CDC against the backdrop of the democratic debate suggests that Americans shift the next eight weeks should avoid gatherings of fifty or more. And it's going to be changes America's life it will change American life but there's not a scientist. There's not a doctor. I mean I'm here. I'm I'm reading conservatives who have apologized for Donald trump for three and a half years when there was nothing left to defend who are actually saying. This is serious. Listen to the scientists. You're seeing it on blog posts from pro-trump people. I'm seeing it everywhere. And yet the president of the United States David Ignatius is still saying. We've got this completely under control. It's going to be okay. Things are going to disappear and David. The impact. Here's the impact of it. Okay you can have Dr Falcone and every other great scientist going out telling people the truth but you have. I'm still getting emails from friends of mine. Who SUPPORT DONALD TRUMP? We were saying how the President says this is overblown. I can still go about my daily life. You see pictures from Disney world last night just shocking pictures from Disneyworld with thousands and thousands of people crammed together like sardines on Main Street in Disneyworld. And you sit there thinking of just how many people there had the corona virus about it. How many were they spread too and how many seniors are now going to die in the state of Florida and across the nation. Because people like that that would go last night so the president says it's not much of a big deal so that's why and so the president goes out says it's not a big deal. Then he gets scientists telling us how serious is going to be and people just listened to the president. He's still responsible for this chaos going on. Why can't he listened to his own scientists? Joe That's part of the the mystery of Donald trump he he lacks self confidence the self-knowledge the wisdom perhaps to listen to those who really are experts. I find a little chilling just to watch all of those experts. The key people were depending on crammed up on a podium behind the president because he wants show and they're all I did not much social distance. There I wish they'd give give each other a little more space. I don't want anybody to Dr Fatty this period that we're living and I don't think any of us have ever lived through an an quite like this is giving us a lesson what leadership is in the absence of it. What I look in read my history. I see Washington in the early years of the Revolutionary War. Face terrible adversity. Nothing went right. You know one failure after another and he kept the confidence of the troops and the country. Same thing with Lincoln Lincoln search for the general who would win the defeats early in the civil war. The sense of despair desire to abandon this effort same thing with Franklin Roosevelt during World War. Two Roosevelt was steady. Calm Presidency crusted his generals. He's trusted as scientists. He conveyed that that sense that that he was the nation's father. If you will that he was going to help everybody get to where they they needed. A partisan but to quote joe what sending Joe Biden said last night in the debate. This is bigger than any of us. That's the one thing that doesn't come through what Donald Trump speaks is that sense of humility. Which really is at the core of real leadership? Always ed loose. You look at the disaster that that the testing rollout was and again. I've got to say Joe Biden easily at his best debate last night talking about testing how we'd handle testing but it's the president's been disastrous on testing. We're going to talk about the airports Yesterday in a second but but no pre planning for that either that was disastrous across the United States again can finding thousands of people in tight areas which obviously will spread the pandemic as well. But there you have again. The president at the center of all of this still not seeming to take any of this seriously say again having as people make the right moves now but the president's own words still giving deniers a reason say whatever newness said Yes to your POPs. Stop being a baby. Go Out and hang out wherever you go. And what? The President doesn't understand. Ed Is that spooks the Markets Citizen. About me right. They think there's about. The Media Lake trumpets season about me when the president speaks that way. I know the President. I know his failings. I know what he's incapable of. Its some markets. Add that when they year the presence of the United States speak that way saying we have it all under control when he has no idea what the next three months ago and look like the markets crash and it's exactly what they did overnight so the president was clearly delighted by the feds move yes today to to slash interest rates to zero seven hundred billion dollars of contraceptive. Easing us that Bazooka. But what he said shortly after the Fed did that is we have tremendous power and control over this virus negated. What what the Fed did because it indicated that the leadership was not aware of this scale and duration of this problem. Something that the Fed by its actions are just signaled. It did grasp so again very strong mixed signals that being reflected by the market reaction this morning in Europe and Asia all down Dow futures shop. The down I think the thing I always relate to and I'm sure we'll do in our ways that United Airlines pilot who says just a slight delay minutes. We should be off and taxiing. And then how later saying why. She's a maintenance. Problem is going to be a couple of hours and then four as to say sorry. The flights canceled. If you give bad news early people trust you. Donald Trump keeps talking happy. Talk Happy happy to keeps getting contradicted by the people working for him by the reality you know the thing is. It's something that we've been saying literally saying you tapes for three weeks. Give them the worst news from everybody. Prepared the markets. Tell them how bad it's going to be at in front of in front of it. Then the markets will prepare for that. And they'll move on that and then if you do a good job you beat expectations and you're awarded for it down the road. But just like you said he continues to talk happy talk and there's a strain of quotes that are going to follow him for the rest of his political life saying that only fourteen people be down to zero pretty soon this is gonNA disappear magically April. Everyone warms up. Everything's fine. Ask anybody that wants to test gets it tests and it goes on task and he once again this week and talked about demoting. The Fed chairman the Fed chairman decides to reduce interest rates down to zero. I complained last week. Did they were reduced half a point. The markets crash because they saw that Hispanic that he needed to leave the Fed needed to leave something in their arsenal for when things really got bad. Because things doctor felt she said are still going to get worse. We have nothing left in our arsenal when you do with the Fed did yesterday and reduce rates zero. There's not much left in the arsenal for when things really get bad. Three four weeks from now that is true. But if you sort of keep the analogy of keeping your powder dry when you're frontlines of being overrun you. Don't WanNa keep your powder dry. You WanNA use your powder so I think what Jay Powell signalled. Yesterday was the Fed will do whatever it takes and there are many other things it can do beyond sort of going into negative interest rates. It can guarantee lending small businesses keeping credit for and through the economy. But what J. Paul emphasizes very strongly yesterday is that. This is a matter for fiscal policy. This is GONNA be Congress. It's got to be strong public support. For BUSINESSES THAT ARE FAILING FOR PAYROLLS. That can't be met for healthcare workers to have childcare so that they can continue to do the healthcare what. This is a fiscal question. Now and so I. I think the Fed has done whatever it takes. And now it's your turn and that's going to require very strong sort of political signaling from trump. And he's going to have to talk to Pelosi at some point overcome his innovations on on that score to say the least. Now we just want to.
"joe that" Discussed on YouTuber News: The Podcast
"There friends. I am actor and dancer Timothy Shalini the prod of safety gotta you may remember me from laws except set of Youtube News. What I took your precious host Benazir hostage along with these little audio whipping boy. Joe Well I wanted to keep him prisoner. In My Volcano Lair. What realized he was still contractually obligated to produce more episodes of these silly podcast. And if there's one thing ostensible its contractual obligations. They are the glue that holds society together. And I'll say this is a deadly deadly main. Cy added a massive heart. I have gifted him a small podcast microphone and granted him permission to make one more episode before I decide. He's eventual fight so enjoy and remember. I am Shallow Bay and I was in the movie. My name is l. now on with the show everyone panics. They're just recording a regular episode of the show. Definitely not been held prisoner and It's not mighty school already. Told HIM UNIT PRISONER. You can lean right into that. Don't have to pretend is normal. Oh fine Yes I'm being kept in a cage volcano warm. Let me tell you warm but nice change from London. I don't know why we're going ahead with all this nonsense because we have Joe sugg on this week's episode and I have done more than enough to alienate new listeners with all Timothy. Shallow may not since the at the top of the show. But don't worry young Mr Joseph will be on the show later on. He's he's in the SIMS now. That sounds like a joke. But it's not a joke in the Sims so I chat to him about that. I shot it to him about rats. What else about his possible future music career as a very exciting interview? Stay tuned for that..
"joe that" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"In one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. Joe Biden made a huge leap from being a younger forty year. Old Senator in New Hampshire. He decided he was going to go ahead and run for president and as he began Dan delivering speeches across the country. He started saying that he did things in the civil rights movement that he never did sit ins. Marches protests demonstrations and on February. Twenty six of nineteen eighty-seven Joe Biden began. Giving speeches is in New Hampshire super close to Delaware and his idea was. I need to shore up my base in this region in Delaware New Hampshire area so he began giving speeches in New Hampshire as he was preparing to run for president and in a speech. That I'm about to play you. He begins making multiple audible false claims about marching in the civil rights movement saying quote when I marched in the civil rights movement. I did not March with a twelve twelve point program. I'm mark with tens of thousands of others to change attitudes and we changed attitudes. Let me play this clip for you. When I marched in the Civil Rights Movement I'm Mark Penza thousands of others to change attitudes except Joe Biden never marched I in the civil rights movement? I don't mean he marched some he never marketed all. He did March with or without a twelve point program that was a complete fabrication now seven months after this Joe Biden explicitly admitted as much when his campaign crashed rashed in Bern. What's doubly disturbing about this though? Is that multiple staffers on his campaign. Begged Egged him to stop telling this lie. They knew everybody in his campaign knew that he had never marched in the civil rights movement but he he continued to tell the lie anyway now. I spoke directly to Matt flagging Heimer of the New York Times. Who really broke that that audio clip that I just played who really broke that audio clip where it was first on earth that in nineteen eighty eight nine nineteen eighty-seven Joe Biden's campaign staffers? Were telling him that you. You can't say these things and I asked Matt flagging Heimer The New York Times Matt like where did you get that information. And here's what he told me. Said Sean is all in a book that you've gotTa get. It's a book by Richard. Ben Kramer Aamer. He said man is a massive book. It's called what it takes the way to the White House and it's all about the nineteen eighty eight presidential race so I bought the book as soon as matinee hung up the phone. and Richard. Ben Kramer who won the Pulitzer Prize was a brilliant writer in the book. As the book is amazing. It has over a thousand interviews in the book which is seen by the mini as the single best book ever written on modern presidential politics. It's exhaustive in right there plain as day A. R. Joe Biden staffers. Talking about how desperately they want it Biden to stop telling the lies about working in the civil rights movement. He acknowledged to them that they were right that he should stop but he kept on telling the lies anyway. And and Kramer in Chapter Twenty Five. This is what I'm about to read to you as a section in Chapter Twenty five from Richard Ben Kramer speaking to campaign staff how he started in the civil rights movement remember the marches. You remember how that felt. This is imperilling Joe. Bovine in the people are nodding in the crowd. And Biden's got them. Trouble is Joe never marched. He was in high school playing playing football and Gurus shake their heads. Joe That's not marching in. Joe would say I know but then a week later. Another another crowd and Joe would do it again. This is a quote from Joe in Richard Ben Kramer's book folks. When I started in public life in the civil rights movement we march to change attitudes? I remember what galvanized me Bull Connor and his dogs. I'm serious in Salma and Joe's voice drops to an urgent whisper absolutely made my blood run cold remember but Joe Biden had never seen such things with his own eyes and he continued to suggest all over the campaign trail not only that he had marks but that he he had gone down to Salman Birmingham in protested almost as a freedom rider. Turns out though that Joe Biden didn't just tell these lies on the campaign trail he had been telling those lies for years in nineteen ninety-three. Joe Biden was was a keynote speaker at the Democratic Conference in Maine in falsely claiming there that he participated in sit ins and movie theaters and restaurants to desegregate when he was seventeen years old in nineteen sixty. But listen to me. Joe Biden did no such thing in fact nobody body in Wilmington Delaware or anywhere in Delaware did sit ins at movie theaters or restaurants in nineteen sixty in fact sit ins at segregated. It at restaurants did not begin in Delaware and sit ins never happened at the segregated movie theaters like the reality. Show that Joe Biden. Sometimes sometimes falsely claimed to help desegregate in nineteen sixty citizens did not begin in Delaware until nineteen sixty one when Joe Biden was off to college and they never and I talked to people who participated in these events that were no sit ins at movie theaters. Let me explain it to get into into those movie theaters to sit in them. You would have to be white. I off and you would purchase a ticket so African Americans never sat in in movie theaters and the only way that whites could sit in is if they bought a ticket so Joe Biden over and over and over again for decades. Hates was saying that he did sit as those theaters in every time. He says that he foolishly exposed the reality that he was never there but protesters were there though. I spoke to them. Not a single protest or organizer who demonstrated raided in Wilmington or anywhere else in Delaware for that matter has even won faint memory of ever seeing Joe Biden at any such event in nineteen eighteen sixty. When Biden said was the year he did it or in sixty one when he was off to college or sixty two or sixty three? And here's the thing. The efforts so these protesters and demonstrators were chronicled almost daily in local papers and in the new book. There is a a new book called historic movie theaters of Delaware. I've read the book. That book is seen as the leading book on the topic in the form of protests that took took place at those theaters. It was not sit ins but they had relentless picket lines. Outside of the theatre in those picket lines did not start in nineteen sixty when Joe Biden says and when I say Biden says if you listen to the previous episode Biden says he did all of this when he was seventeen gene in high school in nineteen sixty. The picket lines did not begin at the theater until November of nineteen sixty two and they carried worried all the way through until nineteen sixty. Three Joe Biden is off to college when the theatres were finally desegregated I. They were desegregated by choice. The the theatre finally broke down and desegregated in May of nineteen sixty three and then by law in December of nineteen sixty three. Let me play this clip for you. This is Joe Biden. He says when I was seventeen. That's nineteen sixty. I participated in sins to desegregate restaurants in movie theaters and my stomach turned upon hearing the voices of Faubus. That's the Democratic governor of Arkansas and Wallace. That's the Democratic governor of Alabama. My soul raged upon seeing bull conor in his dogs. Let me play this clip for you. When I was seventeen years old I participated in sit ins to desegregate restaurants and movie houses in my state and my stomach turned on hearing the voices of Faubus and Barnett and my soul raged upon seeing the dogs bull connor? When I was twenty five years of age I stood beside a railroad track Wilmington Delaware with my sister Valerie and openly wept as Robert F? Kennedy's funeral you'll train pass by. But now the age of forty as a Democratic leader Judiciary Committee you as the leader of that committee. I had to be reminded that Mississippi still has a dual registration system for voting. Here I became involved in politics because of civil rights and now I'm a forest in politics in spite of mounting civil wrongs well they hate the voices in our party who say much progress has been made we must now wait for the Reagan Revolution to play itself out to those voices. I say we cannot wait. Our soul will be corrupted by our silence as you you will notice there. That is Joe Biden in nineteen eighty three and he's also hinting again at actually being in the deep of south during the civil rights movement. That's why when he finally broke down and apologized in nineteen eighty seven. He said No. I confess I was not in Selma. And then he said I was not anywhere else. I was a suburbanite kid and I did not March. I was not an activist but in February of nineteen eighteen eighty seven. Joe Biden served as a keynote speaker at the California Democratic.
"joe that" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I guess the I mean none of us are well. There's some exceptions Joe firestone and Joe Sky also maybe just maybe. I'm not the great actor but also like a lot of the people that we cast on. The show aren't like a lot of the kids in the choir their kids from the Milwaukee Llc area that no we don't want a bunch of child actors who sink perfect we want the kids to be them selves and sound like a Acquire the when we did this new season we needed a beauty salon and We've found not only the the perfect beauty salon. The kind of reminded me of the one from my own grandmother got her hair done but the owner of on was such a great personality. Interesting Person I mean. She spent their entire fire career talking to people all day long and finding out what they know and keeping them entertained while she cuts their hair. You know who better to cast than the the net. Sometimes it makes things tougher to but I I think these decisions to shoot in real places US real people and Let the unpolished of go. Just it Kinda adds up and hopefully grounds a show on a bunch of choices says and also Me and Marty scouse pull the excellent director. Don One hundred percent know what we're doing so we just kind of embrace a a bunch of the flaws of the show instead of trying to split them out include them and I hope that that's fun like Joe Firestone's not call like this but in episode eight of last season She walked right into a doorway. And I don't know anybody really noticed but stuff flake leaving and shots were she walks into a doorway or where I Almost trip or something like that you just you know. Don't don't bother take in amount because that's what people wanna see. People run at the doorways. I think are you proud of this. Show yes we put Everything we have into it. I know it's not like the the most polished show or anything else but kind of thing that we we said going into it as we don't have the budget or I mean fifty million dollars an episode but Sorry Bad Joan I'm just tried the says every everybody on the cast and crew we trying care as much as we can about the show and all the decisions in the editing and every step of the way from the scripts of we just try and care more a a about the show or as much as possible. Because that's you know I'm not the smartest so we can't make the smartest shore of even thou right funniest show is Had Danny McBride is doing that but I don't know I think I hope that those intangible qualities kinda carry across and just that they'd carrying in the from from everyone is just people we'll be able to sense it when they watch it or John. I'm glad you're proud of it. Because as much as I love Danny McBride and I do I think I think your show is my favorite everything on DVD. I love it so much and I'm really. Yeah for real. Thank you absolutely for real. I mean mandal. Laurean is fun too. Don't get me wrong but no going hard on baby. Yoda to know I like. I like baby Yoda. I like mandal oriented. I I like your show better thanks. That's the honest truth and I'm I'm really grateful that you took this time to be on both I I I really appreciate it. Same thank you. I hope you like the the season because I I think it's free Special word the places that goes to the finale at the end of January Roy. I'm excited sighted. Thank you Joe. Thanks Joe Para if you haven't seen Joepat talks with you you really should very sincerely gets my highest highest recommendation. I genuinely loved the show. It's like nothing else on television You can watch both seasons at adult swim DOT COM Tom. There are also two specials. Joe Parrot talks you to sleep and Joe Para helps you find the perfect Christmas tree which is right up there with you've The pee-wee's playhouse Christmas special on the list of best television Christmas programming. That's the end of another episode of Bulls Eye Bulls Eye is produced at maximum fund. Dot Org World Headquarters Overlooking Macarthur Park Los Angeles California where the city of Los Los Angeles is planting some new plants and they appear to be mostly native so pay shout out to the city of La. Well we're at shoutout to the county of La. Do good work to the show is produced by speaking into microphones. Our producer is Kevin Ferguson. Hey Soussan Perosio is our associate producer. We could help from Casey O'Brien. Our our production fellows are Jordan cowling Melissa. DNS are interstitial. Music is by Dan. Wally also known as Dj w our theme song is by the band. The go team are thanks to them and to Memphis industries their label for letting US use it and one last thing. 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"joe that" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Joe Para talks with you is a small quiet show in fact it might be the smallest quietest show go on television. It is also frankly I think my favorite show on television. The conceit is pretty straightforward Ah Basically couldn't be anymore planes. Joe Para who's the host plays a version of himself in real life. He's a stand up comedian in the show. He teaches middle school choir. He basically guides you through his life. In the city of Marquette Michigan he talks about iron and breakfast and there's one where he talks about the rat wars of Alberta Canada long story and then while he talks with you about those things he lives his life life he visits his Nanna he teaches choir. He goes on a date with the band teacher. It is a deeply sweet show. The stakes are never life and death. There aren't any fights and it's funny but there are very few jokes anyway. I truly love Joe Paradox with you I and I'm so thrilled to have him on balls. I the show is wrapping up. Its second season right now on adult swim. Here's here's a little bit of it In the beginning of this new season Joe grow some snap beans in his garden. Only he is working on something really special bean arch. Here's Joe Right now. CERIGA believe this afternoon we'll plant seedlings either either side over the next sixty five days climbing structure route and if all goes well meet in the middle the snap beans genes will hang down so that when I walked under I'll be able to just reach up. You're not having bend over. It could be but reach up and pick a tall maybe even with your mouth. Joe Pair. Welcome to bulls. I am so thrilled to have you on the show. I love your show. Thanks for having me. Jessie how did you get the idea. Yeah that this thing that you are doing on your television show could be a television. Show growing the beaner CH- well that's specifically growing the bean arch. Oh that is it. What is it a a scenario deke? Mattamy with the thing we're one thing stands in for the group of things but No I mean like your show is really not like any other television shows and I wonder like at what point you brought this to a a a manager or an agent or something like that and there was and they were like like. Yeah we should take this out. In pigeon to television WOAH highly based on my stand up and it Kinda came about when I I I did a an animated special for adult swim called Joe Para talk she to sleep and there was you know that was just a goal to talk about nice things until people actually fell asleep in maybe Laughed a little bit along the way and then I guess a Kinda just grew from there you shows on late. Do People tell you that Joe Para talks with you. Put them to sleep sometimes. But you're actually. I've heard from a number of people that the sleep show actually works. I don't know if it's the show or just them getting themselves in the mindset to go to bed I really appreciate my dad. We come to the choir concerts or A. It did in high school he would fall asleep and I understand. He worked hard at the end of the day and the ad the come sit through a concert but my teacher Mr Thomas Actually said You know don't worry about it. If falling asleep is reaction and and kind of a good one so I guess they kind of started from from to see if I could create that reaction just environment than feeling where people who feel. Good going to bed and Right after the show and I think that the fact that it's on late is because they might have the opportunity to do so you know as a podcast her myself. People often tell me that they use one of my shows to one or the other of my shows to fall asleep to you. Know they'll put it on their headphones and as they go to sleep. I think that that's a nice thing. All okay very nice little bit. Yeah I guess people could take as little creepy or you could take it as creepy that they wanna what. I'll listen to your voice last before they drift off. But I don't know I guess that's the Nice thing that you could give him a enough of a feeling of calm or just bore them to sleep. Yeah it really is a first of all I. It hadn't even occurred to me that I could take creepy but now in the future I will bear that in mind but I think it's hard for me to remember that what they mean when they say that is that the show is is a safe and comfortable claims for them and if they are doing this to fall asleep it may be that they don't feel safe and comfortable otherwise when they're falling falling asleep Ravin that my work is boring here. No I was just kidding but I don't know could be a lot of things it could be I don't know just the the radio noise this be something I mean. They definitely put on for a reason. they you know they don't don't listen to another show but maybe not fan of that. You could introduce The ten minutes scream or every ten the minutes during your show Egypt scream and put an end to pretty quick. Were there uh other shows that when you were pitching Joe Paradox with you or even pitching your Joe Paradox you to sleep that you talked about as as touchstones for for what kind of thing you wanted to make. Yeah it's a bunch of things I mean it's meant to be kind of an informational show at the start and I guess each time it gets away from that so I've been saying kind of like a CBS Sunday morning hiring is done by a middle school choir teacher and oftentimes he gets distracted and also their jokes but I I I think. Some of the development happened with a series a web series. I did call the pancake in Cape Breakfast critic where I would go to a critique community pancake breakfast spaghetti dinners and stuff and I always a big fan of unfit fishing with John by John. Laurie and WHO's the inspiring. In a way and I think move I listened thousands Certain styles type stuff made of made its way into the pancake. Breakfasts critic and from that into the show go fishing with John. If you haven't seen it I highly recommend it. It's so funny and kind of calming at the same time too. I think he's is trying to do something a little bit similar in terms of just having a fishing show late at night but then it kind of became a The something's different every time but also kind of capture that feeling of watching television late at night and not quite in thinking you know what to expect or just getting ready to fall asleep while watching it but then teed something else. Let's hear another other clip from Joe Para talks with us so in this scene. Joe Is out to breakfast. Breakfast is a lot of breakfast on. The show is out to breakfast with His neighbor Mike who's played by Connor. o'malley who also is a writer and creative contributor to the show a otherwise and they're talking about what what constitutes the perfect egg bite. They sort of settle on one by that includes everything. That's on the breakfast plate toast and butter and Hash browns aunts and catch up and jam and the egg all in one munch. But it's really key that in this sunny side up egg the yolk stay intact. So we're about to hear Mike. Having just assembled all the layers and Joe and the family are all watching in this diner and we will hear as he fails at getting the perfect bite. We've done our work properly pretty good way. I love you babe. We go.
"joe that" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"That's that's where I was looking at. I don't know but that's interesting though. Joe That's an interesting I no deals with date all the time so I didn't know whether you know I remember you know another thing for my thoroughbred times days. That unfortunately didn't seem to go anywhere for racing racing but it's still big news in the NFL With the concussion protocol and things like that and there was a lot of talk about using data right and this was more with jockeys and being able to respond right away based on some things but You know more on the horse side. There's certainly the people at the at the sales That that do a lot with the somewhat what you said. The biometrics and You know I guess it's more heart rate and breathing after a workout things like that and What's his name mattress? Mack is is for having some technology that he uses uses with his horses and I've actually joked about it on twitter and said all he has a best. The trains horses basically reads all these things every training day and gives you an output if the ready for more or less or whatever else right so I it it does seem like we're kind of on the fringe inge of having some understanding of using data to help keep our horses safe but It definitely has kinda gone into that next MONEYBALL NFL level and extra part of. That's the money involved but Sure it does seem that. Haven't not be kept anything real heavy in the way to buy travel. You know if you can make a horseshoe that picks up my brazen and it's as easy as as late as what the horseshoe uses uses now is and it doesn't bother to maybe get something out of it or you know something wraps or pick up the the the four set the set they horses horses getting. Hey that went up from last week he feeling okay. It's favorite nece leg that kind of thing but You guys are doing a great job. Thanks for letting me on and talk to you. I love your show. win Keep up the great work some of the time. Thanks Joe appreciate the call. Eight eight eight nine six six four seven seven seven six some good ideas Yeah really I mean I think technology In terms of thought. I haven't haven't really shocked if it seems so easy I shouldn't say easy scientifically but it's a great idea. I mean the force and You know you would think today. It's somewhat consistent so you know any any deviation data wise at least would give you a heads up to maybe look at something so I figured you would be data guy unlike Dan Mason. Who has the big data machine? Your big data guy. Stan Mason. Then doesn't work. What is on the radio network? And he has the data machine the big data machine. Yes eight nine. Six six four seven seven six. What are you looking forward to this? Big stakes action at Gulfstream this weekend..
"joe that" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Of the game over the information because that's closer was five. we used to do the old days were responding the size increased. you have. the gel that was Joe that. was that not clearly Joe absolutely a joke and you know what CNN and MSNBC are doing their plane that audio without the laugh the than surprise me here's the other thing that that is happening and I don't think this is this is important you know but a lot of the mainstream media says the president says let me ask you a favor when some good to the Ukraine present and then they say any asked if any asked to you know investigate Joe Biden he did not. I ask you a favor I want you to look into the hacking of the DNC server precisely and it was added later on he said oh by the way and you know that a lot of things going on about buying see what you can find out about that but that's not how you would take it if you just heard Adam ships ridiculous opening statement okay that'll talking points memo from the White House here we have another job. that's your like default when his job the full city or an extra mile him for you it is one more thing the military aid the military aid that was threatened yeah the radical it wasn't was held until a month the call happen before the military aid was put on hold so that was nice that's that that I hadn't heard that one I heard was the week before the military up to three hundred ninety one million all right anyway you this is a fun job nothing changes log distance in the studio for contracted the same let's let's get to some other news homeless advocates slept outside city hall hoping to get me to block his attention to live with that the sleep out when the mayor was elected because he made a commitment to affordable housing but they returned last night because a Giselle rockier says the mayor really hasn't done anything about almost continues.
"joe that" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"If you re elect is below fifty percent year in big trouble. Donald Trump's reelect nationwide is below forty percent and in a lot of the swing swing states. We've seen over the past couple of months. It's actually in the low thirties. I'm sorry it doesn't matter how many people blindly give him the money the matrix that they're that they're spitting out there when you have numbers like that it reminds me of Brit Hume's famous. I'm saying you can have all the dog food commercials you want but if the dog doesn't eat the food you're out a lot. I mean we've talked about this before. People are so bitten by the two thousand sixteen election being so wrong about what was going to happen. They hesitate even at this preponderance of evidence that the presence numbers offers are just terrible thirty nine percent again. He's never crossed fifty percent in a major poll purcell tweet out one of his outlier polls this morning thirty nine percent and it's almost sixty percent of American six zero say he should not be reelected. He should not be returned to office so when you look at those democratic numbers on the other side sets up a very interesting debate tomorrow night joe where for the first time we will see Joe Biden on the stage with Elizabeth Warren on the stage with Bernie Sanders and they can have an honest honest to goodness debate about the moderate wing of the Party and Joe Biden and the more progressive side of it with Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden excuse me and Bernie Sanders but this is playing hang out the weights play out all summer Joe Biden holding steady at the top with Elizabeth Warren Surgeon Mike Barnicle. You talked to Democrats and I I know you do y'all do and it seems as if they I mean this is just I'm just reporting what everybody's saying behind the scenes so that is Joe. Biden and campaign seems like a slow motion train derailment that they believe he's not going to make it to the end. It's just what you hear from almost every democratic insider and they believe and many fear that Elizabeth Warren is moving toward this nomination eventually eventually if that in fact is the case those New Hampshire numbers it's only one poll but those New Hampshire numbers in the head to head matchup Yep with trump actually underline something that I hear from Democrats a growing fear that she's running a strong campaign but will not be a strong general election candidate in here you see even Andrew Yang handily defeats Donald Trump Donald trump. You're getting pounded by Andrew Andrew Yang. He's promising to give people like whatever they want and you're losing Bam. You want five thousand dollars. Okay I get you ten thousand a no sweat baby. You're losing to him but you go down to Elizabeth Warren person that most democratic insiders say right now. L. Seems to be on the pathway to winning the nomination and she's losing and she's a next door neighbor. That's sort of like she's got the home field advantage edge. Can you explain that number yeah. Let's stipulate First Joe That Elizabeth Warren has run an incredibly great cannon radical. She was written off earlier this year the spring and she's come charging forward. Rallies are electric. She is specific with her proposal. She does does indeed have a plan for most things but there's a lethal aspect to her campaign. When you take a thing to the to the country in the fall and it's things he's like Medicare for all its decriminalization along the border elements like that where she's got to figure out a way to come back to the middle and that brings you to Joe Oh by and that's where he is? He's run his campaign since the day he announced. He's a moderate. This is a moderate country. You saw that evidence yesterday North Carolina arena which gave every person working for the Democratic Party and the Republican Party an outline of where to go to target voters and get out the vote in the fall the suburban Burger the city voters. They're GONNA go Democrat. You know what you know where the Republicans are going to go. Sorry about that. Mike so tired heard from staying up watching the Red Sox lose another game last night but anyway tell them yeah that was a tough one so cash cashmere gardening though at least one inning from Castro Mira says that we should put an eleventh podium up on the stage tonight since Kashmir survived an ending without getting shelled so Richard Highs will stop talking about Red Sox baseball. Don't bring up Yankees Baseball. We don't WanNa hear about it. It was a rough night door won't bring it up. Yeah Yeah Okay. Here's the Tigers team but there is a there is a problem though again get a month. Ali talking about Democrats rat says they won't most of them won't say it on the air. Mozambique won't say on a real concerns that Elizabeth warns running a great race she she's running the strongest campaign the concerns about Joe Biden keep rising. That's why this third debate is so extraordinarily important into him but there are a lot of Democrats who fear that Biden's going to collapse warns going to win and then they're going to have a match chap where Elizabeth Warren gets blown away in states like taxes and states like Wisconsin states like Pennsylvania that Republicans should should be losing. I hear the same thing and I think the tension for an Elizabeth Warren is if if she were to get the nomination initiate the pivot that candidates historically have done and not lose their base and persuade others that she's a legitimate. I think there's is also the question Joe that if you're if you're right that Joe Biden does ultimately fade that his his his support is broader than it is deeper. One of the questions is when when how and is there time for somebody else to step up and claim that centrist alternative to the progresses whether it's Kamla Harris or somebody else so that to me is also another subtext of debate this week is do we begin to see a centrist alternative to Joe Biden and to either Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders. The other possibility is Joe Biden does really well and for Democrats that is the best bet because it's going to be pretty hard for an Elizabeth Swaran or Kamla Harris to establish that comfort level with perhaps the people who voted for trump who need a place to go who won't do it again. They'll vote for Biden. I'm not sure the vote for anyone else in the Democratic field so the hope for the Democrats that best hope is that Biden gets it gets really strong. What trump's team thinks says even if they don't vote for Biden right yeah yeah they will stay home thinking well? Biden isn't a quote socialist. Biden is not going to take away my family's health and trice by is not going to make us comfort like find new pediatrician for our children. Biden is not going to be is illegal immigration all of these so so. I'm not going to vote for the guy but I can't vote for Donald trump either the guy crazy I'm going to stay home and would be one of the lines that boundary undermine area. Where is Elizabeth Warren? They believe whether it's with Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders they will actually motivate people people who are skeptical on trump yeah to go vote and I think a lot of Democrats certainly behind the scenes agree with that analysis coming up a lot to discuss with our next guest former homeland security secretary Jay Johnson is standing by we'll ask him about John Bolton's ouster negotiating with the Taliban and US US national security eighteen years after nine eleven morning. Joe Is back in a moment. We're learning more about a top ops spy for the CIA who multiple reports say was successfully exfiltrated by the United States from Russia back in mid twenty seventeen according to the Washington Post former Russian government officials thought to be that individual has been hiding in plain sight in the Washington. DC Area and has been going going by his own name which NBC News Not Reporting Over Safety concerns backs up NBC News reporting that current and former government officials say that a former senior senior Russian official who had access to government secrets is currently living in the Washington area under government protection. NBC News has not confirmed that this it's official is the CIA asset mentioned in reports stating he was instrumental in helping the CIA learn about Russian election interference terrence however to former FBI officials tell NBC News they believe he is the source referred to in those reports a a Russian newspaper also reports that the individual disappeared and twenty seventeen during a family vacation in Montenegro NBC News This not reporting the name of someone believed to be that individual and other key details at the request of US officials say reporting the information could endanger his life however that hasn't stopped Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov who according to Russia's state run tasks reacted to reports in US media by naming an individual who previously worked in Putin's presidential administration this does bring to mind eight twenty fifteen episode involving Mikhail lessen the founder to Russia's state funded RT network who died under mysterious serious circumstances in Dupont Circle Hotel days before he was set to meet with US Justice Department investigators Jeremy Bash. What what questions does this raise especially about election interference well? There are a lot of concerning aspects about the story and there are frankly a lot of concerning aspects about the reporting meeting and I'd be remiss if say this which is I think it was a mistake and it was fairly irresponsible of a lot of American national media organizations to go out there and be so specific about the way that we utilize to human source even going so far as to identifying his address in some organizations even published his name. Now I get it I get it. The point is that the Russians did it and of course the Russians knew of an individual the moment he didn't show up for work one day but these are human sources and in theory if the reporting is somewhat accurate this is someone who frankly is a hero because this individual risk his or her life by being an asset in place on behalf half the United States collecting vital information providing to our government and then basically risk their life by getting out with his or her family and so I think you know I that kind of tamped down a lot of discussion about the person's House the street the detailed records it does point to a larger point though which is of course that we we need information about the way the Kremlin is going to interfere in two thousand twenty. We know it's on Putin's agenda if we don't have intelligence apparatus to understand it. WE'RE GOING TO BE BLIND JERRY BASH. Thank you very much for being on this morning willy or join us now here in New York former Secretary of homeland security under President Obama Jay Johnson Mister Secretary Good morning to see you. Thanks for having me we WANNA talk to you about the eighteenth anniversary of nine eleven where we are in terms of the country's security but also WanNa get you in on some of the matters letters of the day some of the news out there including a conversation we were just having in our last segment about this Democratic presidential field. There's another debate tomorrow night. After the first debate in in Miami back in July wrote a column The Washington Post expressing some frustration with what you saw on stage that night around the conversation about immigration and that included some of the candidates onstage saying it should not be a crime to come to this country illegally on that you should be allowed to stay. What is your message to Democrats as they take the stage again tomorrow night on issues like immigration well first of all that Washington Post Dopp it was permanently version to version and one was a little more animated the what was her frustration? Look most Americans want to be fair and treat in a humane way those who have migrated here who are desperate who are fleeing really bad conditions we wanna take care of people who came here as children we want to take care of the dreamers but Americans also wants care borders they want to get control of illegal migration and that's true I know from Laredo Texas to to Detroit Michigan and so when we talk about De prioritizing advertising the deportation of those apprehended at the border or decriminalizing illegal immigration I I know that we're we're going way too far to the left of the.
"joe that" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"I love Genre Movies T._v.. Shows Classic Films Old School Hip Hop. Everything you make reference to Nike deep cuts that I feel like you were made this just for me like I've never connected with an artist like this so I think you first of all for for being the microbes and I thank you and I really appreciate that. It's good hearing somebody getting all the shit you know like I random stuff and a lot of them fuckers. If I go to away on the hood or even even a Frat party or something like that or whatever it is whatever ethnic group or whatever it might be and I spent the versus in the back back of my mind is always like are they getting us cuts yeah exactly and I always try to throw in some stuff. That's kind of a random punchline or maybe a sports reference or something like that knows a a little more universal but I appreciate it from you guys because I know you know all the stuff I'm talking about. It goes really deep because like like there's movies movies that you're referencing or things that you're referencing that only somebody that would be me would know you spin out globular. It seems like he's referencing the character from G._I.. Joe That was like a half snake half man with no real quick G._I.. Joe Joe the movie or transformers movie. Oh He's better in a way but transformers is more of a Cla- I saw that in Theaters Oh oh I think now that but transformers was killing like you know like tons of people. I think only Duke died in the in the other one. He doesn't doesn't even die. He goes into a coma. He gets the body count transformers. It's not really a shit in the transformers movie. What's his name who who says that he's in the spaceship? I forget yes like he's like he's like Oh shit yeah. I'm a resident theatre. I think my mom was there. Eh G._I.. Joe Movie they still did the thing where the plane would explode but you'd see the guy in parachute back like nobody died and it was like lasers it wasn't like bullets but transformers informer's epic soundtrack great eighties movie and what's his name off both but I would say I agree with Rod boy one where I think G._I.. Joe The movie is slightly better than transforming. It's a little bit more entertaining film as a movie is that is that the birth of surpass door now because that was like a series stories where they were they were collecting all the dictators are ancient gingas Kahn or whatever pharaohs they were taking their like blood type or their DNA and mixing thing it to create some Pressler so this one is Cobra law that yes exactly duke died in that one. That's what I remember. He gets like like serpents or throws a snake and it's like an Arrow through dukes jess and Ashley Blood shoots out. Oh yeah that's crazy. Wow goes into like a coma and at the end what's her name. Scarlet dukes going to be okay of course he is sucked up boys. Now I totally had serpent or suck. The poison poisoned out bigger and he came on the little his little thing that that whole idea depend or pretty dope yeah I appreciate it. I think I've definitely right speaking of rhyming crazy shit. I've definitely said something like I got my d._N._A.. From five different dictators some weird some line about that that's amazing using like that's what I do when I listen to your music waiting for you to like drop something because there's some references that I've heard you make before because I listened to a lot of your stuff so like like I listen to it. I'm like okay so he definitely he's picking the this is like the first time I've heard you managerial the movie. There's like a lot of like crazy poll and he's I've been like a comic book. Artists names like the people they know about Kasulu yeah. I'm a dumb hard H._p.. lovecraft Fan I awesome. I think I've read almost every story..
"joe that" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Lloyd and the marvels vanished. Gardens it's a collaborative effort with Lucinda Williams who sing some of her own songs which come from a very different musical, place but Charles indulges in some jazz, excursions including feel. Onea's monks monks moved Oh The. Drinking On me Stri thing Love not around New Milo Gain any? Ground Because Eight Joe That, oh, Davos They Need is say that my Misspent Miss fans with angel So drink View Pardon? Me But I got The, facts on John I got a fine Who Number one Angel.