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1 tweet from Rihanna on farmer protests gets India incensed

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04:48 min | 1 year ago

1 tweet from Rihanna on farmer protests gets India incensed

"Star Rihanna have to do with farmers in India? Well, she's added her voice to the growing number of Americans supporting the protests in India against that country's prime minister. Double the one my sees a rune vinegar Paul reports on the evolving relationship between the two nations and how it's playing out in the Biden administration in 2008. Days after the election of Barack Obama, an article appeared in Counterpunch, a leftist publication about a member of the president elect's transition team. So anal Shaw The article titled Obama's Indian sided Shaw's involvement in the 19 nineties with Hindu nationalist groups in the Indian diaspora. That and the fact that our parents remained highly active in those groups. As a controversy grew shot, says she turned to powerful people on the Obama team like John Podesta. When I first raised the issue because I had seen what was happening, they sort of laughed because I thought it was dumb. And literally, like, laugh me out of the room and said, Don't waste your time on that stuff we've got other work to do now. Shaw is once again in the news, an Indian publication, said President Biden was blocking any appointees with links to Hindu nationalist groups. Aggressive groups claim this as a victory. But Shaz says she's not interested in a White House job, and an official in the Biden White House told me there is no such policy. The rumor, however, continues to circulate throughout the Indian news media were now taking every single person in South Asian origin that either may want to work in government or want to run for office. And we're holding a test to them. That has nothing to do with what they actually do. In addition to being wealthy Indian Americans now have political clout and representation visibly in the form of the new vice president. There are over four million people of Indian descent in the country and the largest population is right here in the New York City region. 60% of the community views India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi favorably, according to a recent survey, But a rising left leaning movement within the community is challenging the majority last year that translated into protests in New York and 30 other cities against a controversial law in India that critics say could disenfranchise millions of Indian Muslims. Yes, it is a preemptive Effort. On our part, he said. India's Muslims face an existential crisis and that President Biden and newly confirmed Secretary of State Anthony Blinken cannot afford to be soft on the Mod administration. When 200 million lives are at stake. We don't want to wait until it's too late and somebody Very senior in the Tony Blinken administration happens to be, you know, good friend of muddy we had to take preventive action in putting it on the table. So Chitra Vision is a human rights lawyer based in New York and runs the Polish project. An organization that documents state violence in India. Everybody has been silenced. Opposition is completely wiped out, and this includes him off India's most well known thinkers, writers, lawyers, scholars. So now we are in an actual authoritarian regime, where everybody has been silent. That includes much of the Indian media, which is why a single tweet by the American singer Rihanna had such an impact. Now. The External Affairs Ministry has reacted through the foreign celebrities remarks on the farmers protesting the vested interest groups. Trying to enforce their agenda and unprecedented statement by the External Affairs Ministry and tweet. Every had Adriana had shared a link to an article about the Indian government shutting down Internet access in response to massive protests by farmers against the motive, government. She asked. Why are we talking about this? The U. S the rising tensions air forcing people to take sides. Hello, Subject. This election man. Got a partner. He bet No America publisher wanted. Jonah. Hi. No matter in what language on Tuesday, let's all speak in one voice and get out the vote. An Indian American Democrat Sri Preston Kulkarni, just ran for Congress in suburban Houston. He out, raised his Republican opponent by a ratio of 3 to 1, and when that came to light, certain Muslim groups and South Asians withdrew their support for Kulkarni, then lost. A man who voted against certifying the electoral College vote for Joe Biden. Rishi Botha is a Hindi community leader who supported Kulkarni and also supports motive. There has to be away for Our communities to be able to work together, knowing that we will have some differences on some foreign policy issues. But recognizing in the domestic policy room that are issues are very much aligned. On Wednesday, the U. S. State Department issued a statement calling for dialogue between the two countries. And noting that peaceful protests are a hallmark of any thriving democracy to

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"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

"See both Not just in politics but across the society want to see leadership of people whether that's in in the private sector and the public sector cross you know very a wide range of dimensions see people want to build a stronger better society and i. I feel that every day. And i have grandchildren who are in high school. I see it in them. And i see it in their friends and they I see it in the people. We work with one of the things that i Am i haven't run a central american progress in a long time near ten. And who's been tremendously ios running for for almost ten year almost as long as iran But i think one of the things that we started with and we continue with. Is that as a police. Full fill with young activists are alumni has a tremendous group of people who've gone on to do really great things but the institution itself is just filled with young people who are burning. Make change happen. Enter into Get back earlier. Part of con- conversation build a more justice diety and so i think they can handle it but it's going to take a lot of work and and the status quo yields easily. fight for you. Know the the The people paying trump to do trump was doing are they. They made a lot of money off the status quo and they're not going to give that away easily. They're going to have to be either convinced or beat and so it's a big challenge. But i think if you if you look across the globe you see you know people really putting your shoulder to the wheel. So i am optimistic. Maybe mike my last question. And it goes to a large part of the audience we are at the hip hop caucus which is young black people and brown people And i guess this twenty twenty been you know some years bring questions and some years bring answers and obviously twain. Twenty brought both questions. The answers tough year. We lost everybody from congressman. John lewis to even black path. It's been it's been in black and brown digital have been devastated by cohen nineteen And you know it's hard for us to see black people dying a police brutality and it's hard to see harvard and being the last hired and first fire so you know in the spanked that guy on dead overcame voter suppression hauling polling places. Being moved rain in jordan hat sun in arizona win the philadelphia on the heels of everything and voting to get rid of a president who was aligning himself with douglas. Cels regarding white supremacy. So i guess if you can say something and this new arrived and biggest fear that they all that and they won't matter issues of pollution pandemic you know all those things will. This will be right back here and midterms folks get out and vote. But they will see it so somebody who's been at the high of levels of reverend Speak to gomez. Tomas socializing went and pursuit of hell. I had the privilege of working with john. Lewis in the carter administration before he got involved in politics but obviously after he was a hero the civil rights movement and Inspired me then inspired me to the day stood in black lives matter plaza. And all i can say i think people's reflected on what is wrong with the society now. We all got to work to make sure what's right that can't be the future and that That is a hard road but one that we all need to go down together. And i think for the leaders who make big promises. There should be big expectations. And i think if you really even if you reflect on where president-elect biden is and where he was where he came from. I think he learned a lot this year. And i think that he's a good man. Senator harris is an amazing woman. I think together as a team They need to deliver. We need to build power. We need hope. We need to build Not just growth in this society but we need to build a more justice and war and and people need to feel like they come and so if they don't deliver on that they won't be robbed for long. But i think i think it's now in their heart and i think they're going to go fight for it and i think we gotta stand shoulder shoulder and help him and i think that For the young people who who really organized who went out. I mean look We're talking about georgia. And and you know if stacey abramson gone register eight hundred thousand people in two thousand eighteen than democrat would not have won georgia in twenty twenty and so that matters. But you know it if if you're if you're lucky enough to pursue power in you get it then. Make sure you know that you could deliver on it and get out there and five four so i think you're gonna do it. I'm going to do it. And i think all your listeners. Hopefully we'll again will stand in solidarity. Try get done. Thank you. 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"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

"To an engaging young. I think very powerful and phenomenal invites hours. Like i might my differing cameramen. We both sit on the board together. A league of conservation voters. She's board chair over then. Rage out often on carolina show. She was cutting you know shitting. Get that from harassment. Don bounty f. Oh man funny. Speaking out we all know care with also epa so eda unfortunately there On the trump became more of the mental polluted agency the environmental agency. So but my thing about browder. Nothing about lizzie. Jackson hole industry. And then you go into pruitt and wheeler outrages but thoughts about epa epa turn into fifty and in a in a few days What are your thoughts about. Epa at the end. Bill clinton when. I think that because he really cared about that i think he cared about it. Because you know he grew up in a state that had a real legacy of a of a deep addresses pollution and I think that there are some good really good people that they can put in there But it plays an essential function In protecting the error in the water And tackling this question of climate change across a whole range of pollutes. you mentioned methane. It's not just co two methane. It's a dog. what people refer his f-gases gases. The hydrofluorocarbons super polluters polluting gases. That are used in refrigeration. We need to move those to safer chemicals and a a m and they the traditional role that they play to make sure that we have safe drinking water and And are reducing mercury and the other criteria pollutants and. They have a lot of a lot of authority. And they have a lot of authority to enforce the law to think about you know. Think about him as a regulating agency as a know as a an agency that creates regulations but they have a lot of power to enforce the law to go after people who are breaking the law and I hope they I know that's been slaughtered under trauma. I hope both the justice department in the environment division and criminal enforcement of the environment by darmon division. That's actually where i started my legal career. When i finished law school i went. Use me. call the land and natural resources division. They jason named the environment division off. but but what. I law school as a litigator there and But they need to get the. They need to work in harness to make sure that that the impunity that we've seen coming from administration to with respect polluters ends and if people are doing bad things in their communities they get they get a brought to the bar justice And i think they've got some opportunity to put a again some Great leaders maybe some younger leaders of i think the person who probably tops the list is someone with a lot of experience not not you know I i don't think she'd mind me saying this. Probably not a next generation figure. But mary nichols. Who's been such an effective regulator at the california air resources board in california. She got you know long. Long you know experience in in doing that. Maybe i'm sure she's high on the list but there are other people that i know like Heather mcteer tony you you you. You must have reverend from a who was the mayor. Greenville was a epa administrator Four more i think in southeast region and runs mobs mobs clean air force Who is really been instrumental in putting biden's In the biden harris climate program together. Yeah he saw young my lost a show too so anyway but he worked on in the obama white house. St now runs on climate and energy office for governor cuomo in new york. A at that and You know have our in ali. Our next generation you know they could be tremendous leaders And you know Both a diverse candidates. So i you know. I think they got a lot of people that they can pick from. There's a lot of talent In the movement in the in you know in the in the party really and in the in the subject matter space so he's just gotta go out and grab it. Because i think people are ready to work for now. I appreciate insane that list and most you name to them have this. Would this man on the show. Recently snow folks gang can hear them speak for themselves but Thank you for that has got two questions for you actually You kind of touched on it a little bit Will actually find that. Let me ask you a question Knowing what you know that and you working done from from clinton to obama Throughout then all she and both and not cynical which is amazing. Been doing this kid. More than fifty years talking thick. Like i've been punched in the head enough iheart fall down at some point but I am hopeful. Because i think the people are. They're they're they're getting it and the ability to innovate the the The passion that Particularly young people have to make the world. A better place continues. You know i. I grew up during the civil rights movement in any antiwar movement and got bombed politics. Because i didn't like the leadership in the country at the time and want to see a change and so i think i still remember what it's like to be packed victims young to be passionate to wanna make change happen and to add to one a..

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"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

"Hope and demand at the demand. Now we will be speaking at outage outside it. No we talked about. The current movement is also outside that he's close races seventy one million voted for donald trump. how that impacts our bided moves forward with strong from look. I don't we got thirty years to go from where here today. Which is a you know. A energy system that still built on fossil fuels the net zero which is like i said essentially you're taking as much carbon dioxide atmosphere in in through natural solutions and maybe through a direct air capture and and and sequestration. That is big and we don't have time for people to catch up and learn the science. We need everybody and right now and so was at me. I think biden has a social project which is to try to bring the country together. Stop the politics of hate division that trump so successfully exploited and. That's an tried to do that. And when when both he and vice president elect harris on saturday night after the race was called. those said. if you voted for us or you didn't vote for us. Your americans were gonna fight for you. I believe in that. I think that's the right thing to do. And he's gonna try to bring the country together but he can't wait for the congressional republicans to catch up if they wanna come great if they if they wanna be massive resistors in the pockets of the fossil fuel industry than just drive around and make progress. and so i think you'll have some republican governors. He'll have some republican mayors out there certainly some business people who think of themselves republicans who wanna get on with the task But i think if if if what we have to settle for is what mitch mcconnell and his brand republicans in the senate will agree to that. Ain't going to get the job done so You know that it is. That's that's i think where it's at and i think that he just has to use all the power. He has all the tools he has the bully pulpit that he s the convening power that he asked to bring in the private sector to bring in the You know a civic organizations non governmental organization religious organizations. Say we have got to. Have you know we need a healthier society but we also have to make progress or is gonna fall apart because the natural world is gonna fall apart out right around us. I agree you know president elect biden would elevate and he says he will reestablish the white house mental justice advisory council and the white house by mental justice. Inter agency council both reporting directly to the chair of each you into the president They will be charged with revising and revisited on the water. One two eight nine eight on what needs to be revised to be too so what needs to revive to be today's movement and also concerned i will look. I'm that's a executive order that president clinton signed. I'm proud of them for doing it. It was the first time president took seriously the environments metal challenge Environmental justice challenged seriously He pushed a chief of staff. We i pushed the agencies of government particularly apa were epa. Working with carol browner. Who you know. Reverend very well ought to really take the take this seriously but but the challenges of changing times have changed and so needs to be updated back then. I think the focus really was A lot of it was on tactics. Air pollution clean water. The lead and those are still concerns that we got. We got a tackle them. But i think now the effect of what we've done. The planet with respect to climate has to be brought into that whole conversation. And we've got to be doing things that address the climate crisis in ways that the cumulative impacts of all those other pollutants are taken into account. And we do it together and were smart about How we're gonna ensure that even as we're looking to reduce co two emissions were also taking down And attending to the other kinds of pollution that are affecting frontline fence line communities and So you know again. The the environmental challenges are different today. It ought to reflect that. And i think the people who are coming the activists who are who ought to be part of the dialogue rule out to be at the table Working with the federal agencies Are are a different generation. And we need to listen to the elders but we list need to listen to these these younger activists as well So You know i. I hope that when they get around to to do Building out those entities in the c- cue that they listen a lot in advance. I know they've already done that. And and actually i have to say was very good about engaging with people on zoom it. Wasn't you know wasn't in person. But they engage well with a lot of leaders across the country and But they gotta keep listening so that the structure of is really listening to the communities affected so that the policies are coming from washington. But they're built in collaboration with with the affected communities. I think if you think about What happened in the in the best cases after katrina and after superstorm sandy. It was when the federal government listened to not just state local government but with the community leaders in thinking about. That's where the term built back better came from. You know that that biden used. I think effectively in this campaign in terms of building back and academy better but the first time it got used was Really after superstorm. Sandy when You know Led by the task force led by shaun donovan. Who is then. Hud secretary went into the community. And said we're we're we're not gonna tell you what we think you should do to listen to you and we're going to a you know involve you both in the creation of a better economy but also the creation of a better ecology and environment. No listen i. You're reinforcing listening.

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"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

"On. You'll tap pat. You'll be lo- overcoat. Ticky outside from the swedes to the threes. So if i acted didn't talk to folks out there. We have precarious little route right now. We have folks from the large number two movements from you know. Llc and repeat in dc we focus like a you know that the new groups coming up like sunrise and the democrats and fifty folks like us. If i guess will would he just kind of get the same speech and say this is by this. Tell them how advised of biden. And at what would you act that. So that are little are grouping outside and with now if you know the labor union oliver's all outside so we can all the peace so i'd say we ride together and i think for too long. A lot of the environmental movement didn't understand that And there was a lot of animosity actually between the bar asks movement and big the big green groups of seven. An progress played a role with With other some of the other big national green groups to create the equitable and just climate forum. Which brought together a lot of the environmental justice elders new activists to try to create a a form and a platform That that really focused on the intersection of justice. Climate The and building back in a way that of the communities that that is at set earlier had been the dumping grounds for pollution for so long and our brothers and sisters in the labor movement. Have to be part of that. They have to they have to have a transition to the work that can be a high wage organized work that will provide you know a good livelihood for a for a people going forward But we have to be in the bus together and we can't We got understand. This is not a stove. Pipe project is a project of billing of building solidarity for real. Would it be. I mean it's nothing you know. It's it's it's it's not just can we get a clean power plan on or can we You know can we lean on the administration to prove fuel. Efficiency is about building an economy. That's going to work for everybody in a just and equitable way. And it's going to tackle these related problems to build cleaner and healthier communities while we're tackling the climate crisis and if we do that in solidarity with a kind of progressive lens and hopefully bring along a few sensible republicans who l. Listen to the science as well then we can get the job done and if we split up and we kind of fight with each other and and don't respect. Don't listen to to each other than i think. will will divide and we will be conquered to stick together. I think in solidarity a to push forward for For those changes that are focused on on the environment and climate but a really about a project that's building a healthier society in a more just and equitable economy. No would then why outside here at can say one more thing. I think one of things that choosing the politics climate you know if you look at where biden was at the beginning of the primaries are where he ended up i i think the youth activism Mid a huge difference you know it does the the fact that that for democratic voters at least an independent voters for the part This a much more salient issue because people are seeing the effects of climate change but that passion built the the Moral dimension the youth organizing a has been you know astounding and i think it's really changed things. Here is changing things around the world. and and that solidarity. I talked about that. We need in the united states. We need that same kind of solidarity globally. You said china. I think people will appreciate that and They definitely definitely have risen the bar Tremendous they have to because they are not only dealing with equality dealing with existence. They know if this doesn't get right to be have seen any of them. I have gone from demonstration legislation even litigation even they swimming of life liberty and pursuit of happiness. I'm like no no. I'm so many many but the thing for them that now that that's the case though will that be reflective in the biden administration us involved. Though i mean i i i think it would be a mistake not to reflect it. I mean you know. He focused on the fact that African americans and african american women in particular brought him to the dance and a lot of young people to dance to. I think that he You know overall We had we saw an increase in turn out of about four percent in a overall but amongst eighteen to twenty nine year olds by about nine percent. And i think that when you see that you know he had margins in wisconsin you know i was cheer hillary's campaign we lost by twenty thousand votes. He won by twenty thousand bucks in pennsylvania. We lost by forty five thousand boats. He's ahead by fifty five thousand bucks. These are of pretty small margins in most places We brought georgia bag from you. Know as i said since nineteen ninety two from a lot of a lot of energy across the board. But i think a lot of Energy from young people. And i think that doesn't need to be reflected in politics needs to be reflected in who's working in the administration are they given responsibility. Is he bringing people. Enter into government and I think that i hope. His cabinet reflects that and is white house. Staff reflects that you know The white house staff tends to kind of look a lot like what happened to campaign. But i think he's got to go even beyond that. You're kind of inner core. Who's been with him for a long time in him. Bring some new people and and Bring some excitement into the white house itself. Now i would.

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"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

"Listening to science they put together terrific team. That is now laying out a seven part plan on cova thankfully we got some good news on the on the vaccine front but execution against that making sure that that's fairly distributed in fact that this is gonna work maybe other vaccines coming along behind it. That can work on. That is fairly distributed is key to getting the economy working but they also have to make good on. Those promises ought to make the investments that again that they talked about. And i think that if you look at where there's great opportunity to go beyond and kerr and create literally millions of jobs. It's in this space. And they have to keep that top of mind they have to build the white house and the agencies who can execute against a strategic plan so my first piece of advice to them was get the structure. Right get the accountability. Right and get the strategy right. Those things all go together and then have the people there who not only start with ambition but understand that that success breeds ambition and takes you further and when people see that that This is real that her that weather. You're building offshore wind in texas or you're dealing with supply chains in the mid west build electric vehicles or you're putting the electric buses on the ground in los angeles. Real things are happening and people are going to work doing those things at every level of you know of skill and education that there's a future a in for people in you know i think you can tell a story you can. You can show success. You can remain committed and again. I think you've gotta bring it back to another a central promise that this is also about building a just and equitable economy. So when it comes to labor standards wages prevailing wage of the ability to organize those investments are going to distress communities concentrating on bringing help the people who need it the most They got to keep all that top of mind. That's a lot of moving parts of so they. They really have to have a team that can execute. And you know. I think we think of one hundred days because roosevelt as an and i think that's way obama thought about it as legislate legislat- legislating and that's key. They gotta get some key. Things done there than the a clean energy tax credits. Maybe a big green infrastructure bill money for For building efficiency for a lie heaping disorder. Things i think they can. I think they can get that. Even if mitch mcconnell's in the senate they can get some of that. Not as ambitious as maybe with the democrats control but they get some of that but is not the first hundred days isn't just about legislation. It's about building a team that can really execute 'cause they got a lot of power they've got two million people who work in the federal government. Put them to work doing something that they believe. In instead of you know driving down the barral driving out the scientists from the from the administration give my mission You know build up a us. A sense of mission put young people to work in the climate core. That biden talked about into campaign. I think that's what gets people. You know invest it gives them hope. And i'm looking forward to to seeing them do that and i think You know after after she stopped. Running for president of senator harris came back put a very important climate justice bill in the senate. I hope that She remains central to the effort to move that forward. I'm sure she'll have a broad base of like by did for obama show of a broad base of Advice to give of. But i think We need her out there to voice. We need her strength And as she has something else maybe even more than biden does which is a base work as attorney general. She knows how to go after the bad guys. She had pretty good record about trying to go after polluters when she was attorney general california so i hope that working with the justice department and with the new offices on environmental justice that they've pledged their create into kozel environmental quality. They'll put a real focus on enforcement and making unmaking people who are poisoning our planet pay for it. No i think what you said is very is rated by this and you know earlier on the show we actually had Congress chairman and congressman mckee on and they were talking about their bill parallels the bill that she had but the yet under booker enter. So that's the great leaders. David they are both great leaders and a bunch of those provisions. They had in their in their legislation. There standalone bill got put into the heroes act of course The senate republicans. Continue to resist that. But hopefully we'll get we'll get some progress and and whether that's cleaning up the water supply are working on this building efficiency working on housing the the were toxics. I think they're to my heroes. I say yeah now we. We appreciate That lens i guess deleted until you innocence of the inside is actually hypothetical if you inside you advising by you did that now. A brand new.

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"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

"The more that we can do that to better. It will be for us About climate you know. I know you excited. I mean we clearly have never seen climate used In a campaign ad we saw a biden harris. That for me always. He has mental. I was that can't be do car without a but it was exciting to see that And there's a long way to go so now that we've gone from candidate a biden harris to now a president and vice president elect biden harris Would it would hear your thoughts about where we go from year. The first hundred day and to be honest with dealing with a movement has a tremendous amount of anxiety because of the obvious realities of science. Bet is berlin now. So how do we how me had a temper the emotions but then also how. We have this urgency of now to get done. We need to get the end and also how do we do for a mess will be walking into pokes Post from well. There's a lot. That's a lot big questions and i think that we should take a moment to celebrate the fact that Climate change was front and center. It was front and center as part of the story about how we rebuild the economy. How we avoid the catastrophic impacts that are really right on us that we're seeing today in north carolina with the flooding in a the flooding in louisiana from the longest. Most maybe not. Most intense belong hurricane season in history. We're seeing in the fires in the in the west The There was a week in september. Where the three of the top. Ten most polluted cities in the in. The world. Were on the west coast. Portland was the most polluted city in the world. I mean. I don't know you know i'm to your listeners. Have been to portland but it's green city but yet though that affect climate change is really bearing down on us. We got to transform the economy in a way that's never been seen in human history demuth from fossil fuels to clean energy. We gotta do that. We gotta go to a system where we are. You know to to use the expression that that device that president-elect got us out change my nomenclature for for president elect biden vice president-elect harris said we gotta get to net zero that needs were were taken as much carbon dioxide oddity atmospheres. We're putting into it by twenty fifty. That's an audacious goal but it's one that's filled with hope. Opportunity to to table put people to work building. New industries And transforming our economy that runs on dirty fossil fuel to one that's Being powered by clean energy. And what is he. What is what are they need to do. In the in the first hundred days. I think they laid out a blueprint to that During the course of the summer when vice president biden put down the policy that He wanted to pursue it was full of investment a including making sure that forty percent of that investment whether that was on on power manufacturing non on transportation on Electrification of of cars and light duty trucks electrification of transit electric buses. All that work a more efficient buildings again can put a lot of people to work but he laid that out and now he's got a challenge. Which is i think that would have been a lot easier with a solid democratic control. Senate we still have at least for the next. You know six or so weeks. Maybe seven weeks till now between now and january fifth particularly between now and december seven th when people in georgia install registered to vote We got to concentrate on at least having a working majority senate if they don't have it that doesn't mean they give up. They still have to press ahead with doing everything. Can in those sectors to to Use those poll of the united states government to get on the right side with the people to make sure That they are pursuing policies that will produce that kind of change. But that is that is you know momentous change never happened But i think that they understand the magnitude of it and they. They really understand the threat of not doing that. The threat to security the threat to human security. So i think they're all in on this guy and they got start by building a team at the at the cabinet level but also in the white house that is strategic that builds. A plan to get that job done that directs the federal money federal Standards federal support working with state and local communities working with the private sector to really unleash the innovation that can come from that clean energy economy. You've been a number of first one hundred days in your time So i guess knowing the climate I would you advise this administration. Do what you just said to be getting to that that clean anti one percent go long term twenty fifty but i think even now looking at it from the standpoint that this administration is not coming into office with a budding star at coming into office with epa and his rollback this was literally a hundred s regulations methane mercury standards can people coming into an admission where they loosly understaffed from interior energy. Firt you name it. They coming into the situation where they have to literally not does get in the car and drive literally by tires a steering wheel driver's seat that even get the car moving because it's been so badly damaged and on top of that have activists like me. Who are gonna be pushing them to say. Hey you know we don't want will be had in twenty ten you don't want we had the monkey waxman price. Says we don't want that. We want things to go through. So how would you. I mean that's a lot for anybody. I mean i mean this is going to be a pass upon the end still independent. Yeah 'cause brutal a brutal pandemic. And i think You know they're already getting going. The transition is operatives. withstanding trump's refusal to concede. I think the first thing they need to do to get the economy going again is get the hell is get the health crisis in cova crisis under control by.

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"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"john podesta" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

"It's easier to feel the injustice in our society today when we look at what happened in the wake of the george floyd murder and then staw the outpouring of support to really tackle the vestiges of racial injustice in this country. But just as Means i think that We build a fair an equitable society. That's john podesta. Former covid minor to president clinton and obama founder member of the board greg for the center for american progress and invited remember. Were clint power twenty twenty. He is our guest today in. I in revere your host of the coolest ship do well. I'm excited actually. Let's get back to this original So so johnnie a are you doing am feeling really good. I think that we've got a lot of opportunity The races been called. A you know. We're and just as georgia was called for democrats. Were for the first time since. Nineteen ninety two and bill clinton won the state. I want We elected the first woman caller to be vice president. So things are good. We could have done a little better down ballot but we still got some opportunity on january fifth georgia to bring to more democratic senators to washington and we one way or the other. We're gonna get a lot done. We're going to get into that. I was having to see. Look good when it does well Winning winning improved. My spirit's complain about is i haven't seen my kids and grandkids since february. Oh man yeah no west. Aren't we need to get into those. Were tuning in the half. My dear friend. John podesta and member of the board of directors for the center will merrick progress dominated. Served as counselor to president barack obama where he was responsible. What mating the is kind of policy and other programs and initiatives and a two thousand eight. He served as coaching of president. Obama's transition team with a member of the un secretary general's had level panel of eminent persons on the post twenty fifteen development agenda. John podesta preserve as white house. Staff to president william clinton and he chaired hillary clinton's campaign for president and twenty sixteen with all that being said. I have actors question those side. All that busy were up country a better place. Who is john podesta. I'm a working class kid from the northwest side of chicago at a lot of luck. Got the work for two great presidents in white house. Athle- married for forty two years have three grown children two grandchildren. But i've been an activist all my life. started working in politics in nineteen sixty eight And had been doing it ever since. Because i think you know. Progressive's can lead the country to a better place. And i like to fight with conservatives. Then you do notice. Was the white house her. When was that a nine to an attitude to actually three to be at the clinton. That's great. i'm surprised we didn't you know we've seen each other many times since. I'm not sure we saw each other white house some define our this there But it was great an accident. You know it's funny because Seen how far and see how important that time was And seeing what you are now. I guess the one thing that's been consistent is justice environmental justice and so having that legacy What does justice mean to you and particularly to justice. Yeah well look. I think it's easy to easier to feel the injustice in our society a when we look at what what happened in the wake of George floyd murder and then staw the outpouring of support to really tackle the vestiges of racial injustice in this country but justice ultimately means i think that we build a fair and equitable society. Where everybody like me. Who started off my didn't go to high school. He worked in a factory. All's life but had a great opportunity. We i want to see that for everybody so that they can lead a decent life and environmental justice in particular means beyond just the material seidel life that they breathe clean air that day. Drink clean water that they have access to healthy food and for too long. Our country has been stacked against people of caller a native american communities frontline communities where the legacy of building industrial production and pollution of factories has a poison the air and the ground and the water and without regard to the people who are living there. So i think there's a long legacy of people in those communities fighting for more justin clean environment and I think that right now combined with climate change Means that we got to make the right kind of investments to lift people up so that they both have the chance for economic success. But they're living in a in a in a healthy place and our and our children are growing up in a way that gives them as i said the chance to lead good lives. Now i agree with you for free. Now you're in florida in people. Listening will brianna. Taylor emma year who connected with justice that rain for everybody. I don't truly view human. That should be extradited matter not even a black or white issues. The barbecue managed a hobby. Treat when another Yeah you take it a reverend. You take a beyond our borders because the people across the globe who contribute the least of the environmental problems that we see particularly climate change. Are the people get hit the hardest. They're the people who you know are living on the in the most fragile Parts of the of the world and whether it's extreme weather or drought or famine or sea level rise or whatever. They live marginally already of the nsa they could tribute the least of the problem. The irony is they get hit the hardest. So i think as we're thinking about justice in the us we also have to think about it From the perspective of people around around the world yen. That's that's very important. Nothing.

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Americans and the right to vote: Why it's not easy for everyone to cast a ballot

Dan O'Donnell

23:53 min | 1 year ago

Americans and the right to vote: Why it's not easy for everyone to cast a ballot

"A conspiracy theory. Grow this large this quickly and be so divorced from reality. It basically goes like this. President Trump is terrified he's going to lose the election. And he's going to use the Postal Service to try to limit mail in voting as much as possible to in effect, disenfranchised Democrats and steal the race, just as he did with Russian interference in 2016. This conspiracy theory, however, has perhaps even less evidence than the Russia collusion theory. Over the next 15 to 20 minutes. We will systematically debunk this most ridiculous conspiracy theory. Way are not going to allow the president of the United States to dismantle the United States Post office and undermine the possibility that absentee votes could be used in the next election. And he also wants to do everything you can Two stirred out and the results of an election he thinks he's going to lose. So why do Republicans stand behind a Z attacks the most popular institution in the United States government? I don't understand why the president wants to block funding for the post office in order to prevent people from voting. That doesn't seem fair or right or leading. It doesn't seem like it is going to steal a lot of confidence among voters that their ballots are going to be counted right Once you start to realize that your entire states conduct elections with mail in ballots once you realize the history of the Postal Service is incredible Accomplishments, you know and how it's a backbone for the country. You know, you understand the stakes of what's going on here. You mentioned Republican leaders as well. Carl isn't this about moral bankruptcy of the Republican Party Democrats, aided by their allies in the left leaning media, been accusing President Trump of trying to rig the election by interfering with the United States Postal Service in an effort to have her mail in voting, But the simple truth is that there's no truth to this claim whatsoever. In May, a scathing report by the Government Accountability Office confirmed what's been widely known for more than a decade. The Postal Service is in deep, deep financial trouble since it's designated as an independent agency. It's not funded by tax money, but rather expected to support itself through the fees it charges for using its service. But as technology has made email and messaging communication far easier, and competitors such as FedEx, ups and Amazon have eaten into the post office's package delivery service, fewer and fewer people are paying to send mail. This has been a big and worsening problem. Since 2009 when the O designated the USPS as being at risk for fiscal insolvency, as it wrote in the report issued in May. Since Geo's 2009 high risk designation, the postal Services financial viability is progressively worsened due to declining mail volume. Increased employee compensation and benefit costs. An increased unfunded liabilities and debt. First class mail volume has declined 44% since fiscal year 2006. Additionally, employee compensation and benefits costs have been increasing, although the Postal Service's workforce declined from about 786,000 in fiscal year 2007. To about 617,000 In fiscal year 2013. The USPS is workforce increased to about 630,000 in fiscal year 2019. Finally, total unfunded liabilities and debt continue their steady upward trend. Now, this has resulted in the post office, losing roughly 78 $1,000,000 from 2007 to 2019. Senator Barack Obama recognize this way back in 2008 while he was campaigning for president, if you think about it Ups and FedEx. They're doing just fine. It's it's the post office is always a problem. When President Obama took office, his administration attempted to ease the financial crush on the post office by altering collection routes in removing mailboxes that simply weren't being used. In the past 20 years, The Washington Post reported. Back in 9 202,000 mail boxes have vanished from city streets, rural routes in suburban neighborhoods Mohr than the 175,000 that remain. Between 2011 and 2016 The Obama administration ordered an additional 14,000 mailboxes removed because they were underperforming, which the Post office defines his collecting fewer than 25 pieces of mail per day. This routine elimination of mailboxes to consolidate mail collection and keep operational costs down has continued since President Trump was inaugurated in 2017. But now President Obama and his vice president Joe Biden, are casting this as an attempt by Trump to keep people from voting. By mail as president, Obama told his former advisor David Plouffe, on a podcast this past week. What we've never seen before, is President say, I'm goingto tryto actively kneecap the Postal Service encourage voting and I will be explicit about the reason I'm doing the postmaster general said, would delay the approaching liquidity crisis. That was all the aid for the Postal Service in the cares act completely. Separately, The bill also gave $400 million to something called the Election Assistance Commission for distribution to states to prevent, prepare for and respond to Corona virus domestically or internationally for the 2020 federal election cycle. This, however, wasn't enough for Democrats and they're now demanding a $25 billion bailout for the post office in the next round of Corona virus relief funding, as well as $3.5 billion earmarked for mail and voting on Fox Business Network President Trump said. Well, that was simply too much. You know, there's nothing wrong with getting out and voting. You get out and vote. They voted during World War one and World War two. They should have voter ID because the Democrats scammed the system, but it's two of the items are the post Office and the 3.5 $1,000,000,000 The mail and voting Now, if we don't make a deal, that means you don't get the money. That means they can't have Universal mail in voting that just can't have it. So you know, crazy will be many more just nature. Now Democrats have interpreted this, says Trump, admitting he's deliberately trying to sabotage mail in voting by preventing the passage of desperately needed funding for it. But this claim to falters under the way to the fact of the post office can already handle the expected flood of mailed ballots this November. According to the Postal Service's annual report. In fiscal year 2019 USPS handled 142.5 1,000,000,000 pieces of mail on a typical day, the report notes are 633,000 employees physically process and deliver 471 male pieces to nearly 160 million delivery points. Now this year, That number is higher because the Postal Service has been delivering stimulus checks as well, A census forms now those alone added about 450 million additional pieces of mail. In 2016 roughly 136 million Americans voted in the presidential election. The number's probably going to be a little bit higher this year. If official set ballots to every single American who's registered to vote. That's about 158 million people, and then 140 million people returned ballots. The roughly 298 million pieces of mail handled over the course of several weeks would be well within the Postal Service's ability to handle them all. Now. Officials, of course, won't send a ballot to every American who's registered to vote, and not every voter will vote This too. His false. The changes were ordered to streamline mail collection and limit mail carrier overtime costs, which top $1 billion per year, as the Washington Times reported. In the past, postal delivery worked this way Ah, worker would arrive in the morning and work on various things in the office. Sorting mail handling holds on mail waiting for incoming mail to arrive. To prepare for delivery that often involved waiting around for hours and then starting an actual delivery route later in the day once started, a route has to be finished, and that involved workers going into overtime as they delivered through their route as evening approached. Did. Joyce plan, which is now being implemented in a pilot program in about 200 cities is called expedited to ST Afternoon Sort. A Shin or esa es un during a worker will arrive in the morning. Collect all the mail that was ready to go out and head out for delivery. It's known as retrieve load and go. Then, after finishing the delivery route, the carrier would return to the office and do in the afternoon. The office work that used to be done in the morning that way, when the end of his or her shift arrived, That would be the end of the workday. No overtime would be incurred. Mail that arrived to the office in the afternoon. While the carrier was doing office work would be delivered in the next morning's route. It would be ready and waiting with the carrier arrived for retrieve load and go. The effect to customers would be that mail was delivered to the office in the afternoon. It would be delivered the next morning. Instead of that evening, the effect of the Postal Service would be to save an enormous amount of money in overtime costs, streamlining operations and making the postal service more effective. However, this has been cast as mail carriers simply leaving pieces of mail, especially mailed in ballots on the floor for days. For weeks at a time. There's no evidence to support this baseless allegation. Justus. There's no evidence to support the notion that the Trump Administration has been removing mailboxes or mail sorting machines in an effort to a happier mail in voting. Mail in voting might be impacted by not but not by postal service operations but rather by individual state laws, which make mail in voting cumbersome, especially in New York, where a congressional primary conducted at the end of June still doesn't have a declared winner by the middle of August. The Postal Service, in other words, can easily handle mailed in balance. It doesn't need a $25 billion bailout, and it doesn't need $3.5 billion on top of the $400 million that has already been earmarked specifically for mail in voting. The Postal Service will remain fiscally solvent at least until the end of 2021 but efforts to change it efforts listening to the Dan O'Donnell show. For your virtual ticket to be a part of music history on the capital. One fan Wall Interactive video experience with our star light on our 2020 I heard Radio Music Festival starring BTS. Coldplay Came Brown with special Guest Khalid Keith Urban Mego, smiling Cyrus Thomas Rhett. Usher for anything can happen. 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We would look through lots of applications for people who were not qualified. It definitely felt like we were looking for a needle in a haystack. So Dylan started using Zip recruiter and found his perfect candidate in a few days. Zip recruiters. Powerful technology identifies people with the right experience and actively invites them to apply, Which is why you should try Zip recruiter for free. We're very impressed with how quickly we had quality candidates apply through Zip recruiter Visit Recruiter is a powerful tool in our hiring process. See why four out of five employers who post a job unzip recruiter get a quality candidate within the first day. Zip recruiter. Smartest way to higher and now you can try Zip Recruiter for free. That's right. Free at zip recruiter dot com slash trial. That zip recruiter dot com slash trial. Tip recruiter dot com slash trial. You know, Conspiracy theory has gotten mainstream when Taylor Swift is tweeting about it. Democrats are absolutely convinced that Trump is trying to steal this election because of his is changes to the post office. My opening monologue debunking this conspiracy theory will be up on common sense. Central very shortly, have no fear. We are working on getting it up and on my social media, By the way, if you'd like to join the program numbers to do so for 14799 11 30 that he's the accident, mortgage talk and text line 18 108 389476 That is our toll free talk and text line email. D o d Ed i heart media dot com You can find me on Social Media facebook dot com slash dan O'Donnell Show and at Dan O'Donnell Show on Twitter as well. What struck me about all of this is is not just how Democrats have have Done exactly what they're accusing Republicans of doing Have you seen the freak out over the conspiracy theorists, the cue and non believers for those who are not familiar with what Q. And on is it's ah, far right conspiracy theory that posits that President Trump is working behind the scenes to bust the secret cob. All of Pedophiles led by Hillary Clinton and John Podesta, and pretty much every celebrity that you've ever heard off. There's no actual evidence for it, of course, but because a number of Q and on believers and one Republican primaries, it's being hold. My goodness, This is the worst thing that ever happened to mainstream politics. We've got conspiracy theory believers. There's no conspiracy less founded on actual evidence than this post office nonsense. In fact, I've seen pictures on the Internet that have been circulated. Now Twitter and Facebook have done their level best to try to make sure that misinformation about elections nothing that could undermine faith in elections is allowed on their platforms, except for these pictures of mailboxes in Wisconsin. Of all places. That are piled up. They've been taken off the streets. Trump doesn't want you to be ableto Drop your piece of mail in a mailbox. Well, what these pictures Don't point out is these are piled up. Sure, at a facility that refurbishes the mail boxes to put them back on the streets. It's always got a stack of mail boxes outside because it's working on them. Refurbish them, then this idea that sorting machines and mail boxes have been ripped off of the streets in the last couple of months so that we can vote by mail is nonsensical. Unless you're willing to tell me. That Barack Obama and Joe Biden, who saw over 2011 and 2016 5 years. The removal of 14,000 mailboxes and 200,000 mailboxes removed in the years before that. Unless you're willing to tell me that they're part of the conspiracy. You're almost forced to admit that there is simply no evidence behind this, but what's remarkable to me? Is how quickly this became mainstream and it got me thinking. Well, wait a second. Wait a second. Wait a second. If Joe Biden is up by as much as the polls suggest he is 10 to 12 points. Why would Democrats suddenly be trying to cast doubt on an election? Right? Wasn't this Almost exactly four years ago. What President Trump was supposedly doing August of 2016 when the first reports on the eve of the Democratic National Convention about election hacks and Russian interference, and all of this started coming out. President Trump's first said that he was worried that the election might be rigged. You might remember President Obama rose Garden press conference said. How would you even rig the presidential election? Donald Trump is whining about losing an election that hasn't even happened yet. The idea was that Trump was going to cast doubt on the legitimate legitimacy of the election because he knew he was going to lose. Remember the pole similarly showed him down 10 15 points. He had no chance of beating Hillary Clinton. So he was preemptively whining about the fact that Clinton and her cronies we're going to use massive vote fraud to cheat. Why are Democrats doing this? When their candidate is up 10 points. Maybe it has something to do. With this. A new CNN poll finds that 50% of registered voters back the Biden Harris presidential ticket. While 46% say they support Trump and Pence right at the polls, margin of error plus or minus 4% points. There's a new CNN poll. Across 15 battleground states. Biden has the backing of 49% of registered voters while Trump lands at 48%. In other words, that massive lead doesn't actually

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Don't fall for the COVID vaccine e-mail, please

Talking Tech

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Don't fall for the COVID vaccine e-mail, please

"If you are getting an email and it says, Hey, we have a vaccine for Kobe's and we can cure you to me favorite. Don't open it. A lot of people have been falling for one of the oldest phishing attempts. In the book, you get an email, it looks good. It asked you to click a link you click and you're done for the security firm checkpoint research has just come out with a study about these emails and There were about sixty, one, thousand of them in July. That's a lot. That's a lot of gullible people falling for things. They shouldn't fall for simple advice. You get an email, it's not from your doctorates from hospital. It's from some company that can cure co that it can't. Check the full email address on any message and be alert to hyper links that may contain massive spellings. The actual domain name, that's always a good giveaway. Remember, it was just in twenty sixteen to John, Podesta Hillary Clinton's campaign manager fell for the oldest trick in the book and just a few months ago Jeff Bezos from Amazon Belford to you click that link in, you're done

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Bannon delivers damaging testimony in trial of longtime Trump adviser Stone

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:00 min | 2 years ago

Bannon delivers damaging testimony in trial of longtime Trump adviser Stone

"Then candidate Donald Trump loved that wiki leaks as he called it released emails stolen by Russian government hackers that were damaging to Hillary Clinton and what Donald Trump was repeatedly praising wikileaks. Steve Bannon was working for him as his his campaign. Chief Executive and Roger Stone was trump's informal advisor today. Steve Bannon testified under oath that Donald Trump's two thousand in sixteen campaign considered trump's longtime confidant roger stone as the quote access point and quote to wikileaks Bannon delivered delivered that explosive testimony in the ongoing trial of Roger Stone on charges. That stone lied to Congress while it was investigating Russia's attack on our election bannon told the jury quote the campaign had no official access to wikileaks or to Julian assange but Roger would be considered if we needed an access point because he had implied or told me he had a relationship with wikileaks and Julian assange. It was something I think. He would frequently mention or talk about. That goes to one of the most crucial unanswered questions about then candidate. Donald Trump did he rely on Roger Stone his longest serving get visor to get dirt on Hillary Clinton joining us now mother Jones reporter Dan Friedman who was inside the courthouse today back with Natasha Bertrand National Security correspondent four politico and an MSNBC contributor. Dan I just want to quote from your own a reporting here. You wrote an article in which you say. tump trump trump's campaign pain apparently thought it was colluding with wikileaks. Steve Bannon says trump team saw roger. Stone has access point to assange. The trump campaign apparently thought it it was colluding with wikileaks in Bannon's cross examination today stones defense attorney asked him you and the trump campaign didn't view Steve Stone Tone at the access point to wikileaks and Bannon. Says I think we did yes. That's remarkable. Yeah that's pretty striking and Bannon didn't only say that the trump campaign was receiving what he thought was inside information on wikileaks from Roger Stone. He also suggested did that. They believed that the that stone was sort of orchestrating. The release of this stolen democratic emails Bannon said that when when wikileaks released the emails the emails from Clinton campaign chairman. John Podesta in on October Seventh Twenty Sixteen Sixteen. He said he heard that stone had been involved in making that happen. And then Bannon's assistant on the same day sent stone an email that said well done just two words so they kind of thought that stone was actually helping them actively which is quite striking. What's the implication of that Dash? Oh what what is the implication of them thinking. They were working through stone with wikileaks and extensively with the Russians who had done the hacking that wikileaks wikileaks. With the the information that wikileaks had. What's the implication of that on those who believe that there was some kind of coordination between the trump campaign the Russians or the trump campaign and Julian assange? Well the implication I think would be that they tried to cheat right. One of the biggest questions is whether the when after the access. Hollywood tape dropped about twenty minutes later. wikileaks started releasing the emails from John. Podesta's Inbox and the biggest question has always been and did someone. Coordinate that close to the campaign or on the campaign directly coordinate with wikileaks and I think it was just touched upon a bit that that Bannon a and did testify to the fact that they believed that Roger Stone had this power and an access and he also said that he really felt like at the moment when they needed wikileaks most when they felt like they needed more emails to come out that were damaging to the Democrats and Hillary Clinton they felt like they could rely on on stone as that access point so I think that obviously raises a whole bunch of questions about whether they were waiting for a pivotal moment in the campaign when trump was literally at his lowest point Republicans and allies abandoned him left and right after the access. Hollywood tape came out when they actually went to stone and said Hey. Please help us out and do this because the the timing of that release after the access. Hollywood tape was extremely to put a generously coincidental. So then is there anything in that trial in which we are establishing whether weather. Someone did coordinate. That because as the TASHA said observers of this at the pre K. concurrently while it was happening or in hindsight can conclude that it was either coincidental or lucky organized and yet people who say the guy is a big talker. He wanted everybody to think he was title. Julian assange and wikileaks. But that he. The evidence isn't clear that he was

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"john podesta" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on KTRH

"So we've said time to time on this program that the dialogue about life in space is changing the dialogue about you oppose is changing signs of softening itself, a bit. And, you know, there's always his open question of whether life is a cosmic imperative when it comes to things out in space. And of course, all this emerges in the presence of certain conditions governed by physics now. The questions about what's going on up in space are well, they're, they're numerous one other building blocks for life out there or are we looking for nothing only gives is why we spend so much money to go out into space. There's nothing out there to get or to at least discover and is plenty of stuff to discover according to a lot of the scientists and their new ideas as to what we're looking for. And how we're looking for it a lot of budget's going in now for space. Exploration be cameras and telescopes and all sorts of things that will lead us down this primrose path possible without any doubt disclosure. And Phil with this softening of scientists stances space. We've seen confirmation two billion live and is becoming a constant people talk about it. They're opening up discussions about other meeting at colleges, they're rethinking. I guess semantics word salad if you will about just what they're up to what the definition of their discoveries might be, whether it be biological biological. Whether we're looking at techno signatures, biological sick addition still though, we haven't apprehensive. Stance in some circles of containment information. And some people say, well, I'll only accept it. If NASA says it or only accept it. If the government says it and right now, though. You know, someone or at least a group of people want that monopoly on just what isn't and what is truth. About disclosure or about confirmation appears that people are looking for life in space, of course. But there's so many ways of confirming it. So many ways of looking at it, and a lot of people appear to want containment, or they want to be able to control the narrative, and I said, it's very important to control the narrative that's what is more valuable than anything else right now. And that includes the narrative with regard to the extraterrestrial question. Now they've said before I if you've noticed on the nightly news, there have been a lot of loaded questions, a lot of presentations about that very thing, whether or not pseudoscience to be looking for you oppose. It's real. It's reality to be looking for UFO's and why the military has said today aknowledge the existence of UFO's and all they want to do now is determine whether or not there TI or something else. So the new reality now comes the arguments, the divisive causes that are being pushed by people that made you F O's aliens part of their spiritual path. And if you researchers now that rejected the information being disseminated, because they're saying it's being disseminated by intelligence, operatives, and they're saying, well Pentagon, leaked it. I don't buy it. And at a Pentagon says that he's alienated UFO's are threat to national security. I don't buy it. I mean, the fact that the military was involved in this closure process has a number of researchers stymie they're angry. And they're now going after people and both sides, you have those who are looking at the aliens, you're looking at UFO's as spiritual of life. And there are people that devote their time talking about it being a spiritual thing. There are others, however, the seat is that's volts project, and that we need to get down to the bottom of whether we can kick the tires of a bonafide you pose anyone's guess, but what is most disconcerting right now is for years? You researchers in believers have wanted the government come clean on your phone matters. Now that it's happening slowly. There are a few of the so-called believers now that are saying that disclosure disclosures being provided should not be trusted because it's coming from the intelligence ops, and it's they believe it's a distraction or disinformation campaign. There's so many researchers now will gain number of followers on the internet, saying that the government's disclosure should not be trusted. And I say this is the attack of the believers. The true believers are now attacking the fact that it is so called disclosures being revealed by the CIA in the Pentagon should be seen as a matter of. Of compartmentalized disclosure that can easily be controlled. It's a it's a containment process and into containment process goes like this and it's been it's been the way it's been for a long time. Many decades, the government does this military does this intelligence says this they leak UFO story to the public. They make a statement that hints at disclosure, and then they deny the military or any government entity has found no reason to believe that you oppose exist. I'm beginning this pattern because what happened is when we first heard about the threat assessment twenty two million dollars from defense to look at you oppose a possible threat to national security back that many people are angry about that saying, well aliens are not a threat. They've never been at threat, they'd never if they wanted to attack us, they would have done it a long time ago. But yet they throw out all of the information that they've been demanding with regard to adoption cases being the government has to disclose UFO's. They have disclose aliens after close aliens, they act to disclose the program that went on in the seventies and eighties were sixty seventies, and eighties innocent, people reducted from their homes and attacked by alleged aliens, whether or not this was some sort of a military coop or, or an intelligence coop or something where deal was made. Anyone's guess, but that's always been part of the UFO war, and yet, we've got president after president after president say, well. I knew little something about this. I was briefed on this, or, you know, and as I said, in the last hour, Ronald Reagan said, you know, our differences worldwide advantage with all we had an alien threat. He spoke about four times to the U. N E spoke about it in Geneva. You spoke about secretary Gorbachev in Russia. Gorbachev said he didn't feel it was weird. He just felt like it was not the timing was off it, there would be eventually some sort of revelation about aliens or UFO's. But right now would not be the time and that was in the nineteen eighties. On February twelfth twenty fourteen. John Podesta was the outgoing senior adviser, John Podesta reflected on his White House is latest White House, stint, and said, you know, that what of his favorite moments and one of his biggest regrets from the past year, when he worked in the Obama administration with that he didn't come forward and tell the American people about the truth about the truth about you oppose. Now, think about that from John Podesta said that he wanted to disclose the truth about UFO's knowing what we know now about John Podesta would we have believed him? I mean he had we all know he had a longtime fascination with UFO's that's well documented, and when he went on his political hiatus following four years as President Bill Clinton's chiefs chief of staff, he wanted to look out and find more. Find out more about UFO's where he worked with Hillary Clinton. He had Hillary wanted to wanted to work with the, the coalition for freedom of information. And John Podesta's spoke on the importance of disclosing government you investigation to the public. On friday. The thirteenth twenty fourteen John Podesta tweeted, his regret about the nondisclosure of UFO's and Washington Post immediately recall that he's changed. One of his reporters had with pedestrian two thousand seven Karen Tumblety asked about reports of the Clinton library in Little Rock. Arkansas had been bombarded with freedom of information act, request specifically seeking Email correspondence to and from the former chief of staff, including terms like X files area, fifty one Fidesz response through a spokesperson was the truth is out there, which is the tagline for the X files, of course in two thousand ten. And edits Royal that was Missouri's Columbia Tribune despair reports pedestrian acid outspoken you photographer to stop discussing his knowledge, extraterrestrial activities in public. The editorial employment. One wonders why pedestrian do such a radical reversal his former plea of UFO's disclosure. The contrary to the Columbia, Tribune's concern pedestrian had clearly not abandoned. His passion e just been abandoned the 'cause he wrote an introduction to the twenty ten book, UFO's generals pilots. And government officials go on the record that book was written by Leslie Kean. Unfortunately pedestrian. Would be, of course, under the microscope when he was Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign manager, we headed up Clinton's campaign then vanish Clinton's campaign. So. Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Bill Clinton. Had to say Manitou Ronald Reagan had about you up os and convert Podesta's reports that basically, there was an interest in. In UFO's in the Clinton administration. Jimmy kimmel. Was asking former presidents about you Afo and disclosure. And many of them have jokingly gave responses that the public tried to interpret as partial Britain's of UFO's the phenomena associated with them. Jimmy Kimmel asked Hillary Clinton in late night, TV interviews. He had Bush Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and Hillary. And when Kimmel interviewed Hillary, she was still a presidential candidate and on national television. She said that, barring any threats to national security. She would open up government files on the subject of UFO's. And that was the shift from President Obama, who typically dismisses UFO's and says there are joke. So obviously, she wasn't elected to the presidency. In many hopes were, shattered for any type of disclosure with the newly elected President Donald Trump. However, something happened during a recent interview with ABC news reporter, George Stephanopoulos. Tell you what happened. And this is something that is shaking up a lot of people and it's been very controversial. President Trump has been probably the first president since Truman a Reagan, depending on if you think that they were giving disclosure to.

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"john podesta" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on KTRH

"We've said time to time on this program the dialogue about life in space is changing the dialogue about you opposed changing signs of softening itself, a bit. And there's always open question of whether life is a cosmic imperative when it comes to things out in space. And of course, all this emerges in the presence of certain conditions governed by physics now. The questions about what's going on up in space are, well, there are numerous one building blocks for life out there. Or are we looking for nothing? The only thing is, is why we spend so much money to go out into space. There's nothing out there to get or to at least discover, and there's plenty of stuff to discover according to a lot of the scientists and their new ideas as to what we're looking for, and how we're looking for it. A lot of budget's going in now for space exploration, we cameras and telescopes and all sorts of things that will lead us down this primrose path possible without any doubt disclosure. And so with the softening of scientists stances space. We've seen confirmation two billion live and is becoming a constant people talk about it. They're opening up discussions about other meeting at colleges. They're rethinking. I guess, semantics a word salad if you will about just what they're up to what the definition of their discoveries might be, whether it be biological biological. Whether we're looking at techno signatures, biological and still though we haven't apprehensive. Stance in some circles of containment of information. And some people say, well, I'll only accept it. If NASA says it only accept it if the government says and right now, though. Someone or at least a group of people want that monopoly on just what isn't and what is truth? About disclosure or about confirmation appears that people are looking for life in space, of course. But there's so many ways of confirming it. So many ways of looking at it, and a lot of people appear to want containment, or they want to be able to control the narrative, and I said, it's very important to control the narrative that's what is more valuable than anything else right now. And that includes the narrative with regard to the extraterrestrial question now, as I said, before, if you've noticed on the nightly news, there have been a lot of loaded questions, a lot of presentations about that very thing, whether or not pseudoscience to be looking for you oppose or it's real. It's reality to be looking for UFO's and why the military has said aknowledge the existence of UFO's and all they want to do now is determine whether or not there or something else. So the new reality now comes the arguments in the divisive causes that are being pushed by people that have made you foes aliens, part of their spiritual. Pat. And there are a few researchers now that rejected the information being disseminated because they're saying it's being disseminated by intelligence, operatives, and they're saying, well Pentagon leaked. I don't buy it at the Pentagon says that these aliens, these UFO's are threat to national security. I don't buy it. The fact that the military was involved in this closure process has a number of researchers stymie they're angry. And they're now going after people and both sides, you have those who are looking at the aliens pose as a spiritual of life. And there are people devote their time talking about it being a spiritual thing. There are others. However, the seat is that's volts project and that we need to get down to the bottom of whether we can kick the tires of a bonafide you oppose anyone's guess, but what is most disconcerting right now is for years? Researchers in believers have wanted the government to come clean on matters. Now that it's happening slowly. There are a few of the so-called believers. Now they're saying that disclosure. Disclose is being provided should not be trusted because it's coming from the intelligence ops, and they believe it's a distraction or disinformation campaign. There's so many researchers now will gained a number of followers on the internet saying that the government's disclosure should not be trusted. And I say this is the attack of the believer's true believers are now, attacking the fact that it is so called due disclosure is being revealed by the CIA and the Pentagon should be seen as a matter of compartmentalized disclosure that can easily be controlled. It's a containment process and into containment process goes like this and it's been it's been the way it's been for a long time. Many decades, the government does this the military does this intelligence this. They leak a UFO story to the public. They make a statement that Hinson disclosure and then they did in the military or any government entity has found no reasonably that you oppose exist. I'm beginning beginnings pattern because what happened is when we first heard about the threat assessment twenty two million dollars from defense to look at you oppose a possible threat to national security back at that many people were angry about that saying, well aliens are not a threat. Never been threat, they'd never if they wanted to attack they would have done it a long time ago. But yet they throw out all of the information that they've been demanding with regard to objection cases painting, the government has to disclose UFO's. They have to disclose aliens to disclose aliens. They act to disclose the program that went on in the seventies and eighties sixty seventies and eighties innocent people reducted from their homes and attacked by alleged aliens. This was some sort of a military coop or intelligence, co or something where deal was made. Anyone's guess, but that's always been part of the UFO, and yet we've got president after president after president say, well. I knew a little something about this. I was briefed on this or as I said in the last hour. Ronald Reagan said. Our differences worldwide would vanish with his all we had a DeLeon threat. He spoke about four times to the UN. He spoke about it in Geneva spoke about it with secretary Gorbachev in Russia. Gorbachev said he didn't feel it was weird. He just felt like it was not the timing was off it, there would be eventually some sort of revelation about aliens or UFO's. But right now would not be the time and that was in the nineteen eighties. On February twelfth twenty fourteen. John Podesta, the outgoing senior adviser, John Podesta reflected on his White House is latest White House stint and said that of his favorite moments and one of his biggest regrets from the past year, when he worked in the Obama administration with that he didn't come forward and tell the American people by the truth about the truth about your foes, now thinking about that for a moment. John Podesta said that he wanted to disclose the truth about UFO's knowing what we know now about John Podesta would we have believed him? I mean he had we all know he had a longtime fascination with UFO's. That's well documented, and when he went on his political hiatus following four years as President Bill Clinton's chiefs chief of staff, he wanted to look out and find more. Find out more about UFO's he worked with Hillary Clinton had Hillary wanted to. Wanted to work with the coalition for freedom of information. And John Podesta's spoke on the importance of disclosing government investigations the public on Friday. The thirteenth fourteen John Podesta tweeted, his regret about the nondisclosure of UFO's, and the Washington Post immediately recall that he's changed one of his reporters had with Podesta in two thousand seven Karen Tumblety asked about reports the Clinton library in Little Rock. Arkansas had been bombarded with freedom of information act, request specifically seeking Email correspondence to, and from the former chief of staff, including terms like X files area, fifty one response through his spokesperson was the truth is out there, which is the tagline for the X files, of course in two thousand ten editorial that was in Missouri, Columbia Tribune, disparaged reports pedestrian acid, outspoken UFO photographer to stop discussing his knowledge activities in public. Editorial employment. One wonders why pedestrian do such a radical reversal his former plea of disclosure. Contrary to the Columbia, Tribune's concern pedestrian had clearly not abandoned his passion. He just been abandoned the 'cause he wrote an introduction to the twenty ten book, UFO's generals pilots. And government officials go on the record that book was written by Leslie Kean. Unfortunately pedestrian. Would be of course. Under the microscope when he was Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign manager, we headed up Clinton's campaign then Clinton's campaign. So. Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Bill Clinton. Had the same attitude that Ronald Reagan had about UFO's and convert Podesta's reports that basically, there was an interest in. In UFO's in the Clinton administration. Jimmy kimmel. Was asking former presidents foes and disclosure. And many of them have jokingly gave responses that the public tried to interpret as bins of you Afo some phenomena associated with him. Jimmy Kimmel asked Hillary Clinton in late night, TV interviews. He had Bush Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and Hillary. And when Kimmel interviewed Hillary, she was still a presidential candidate and on national television. She said that, barring any threats to national security. She would open up government files on the subject of UFO's, and that was shipped from President Obama. Typically dismisses UFO's and says there are jokes. So obviously, she wasn't elected to the presidency. In many hopes were, shattered for any type of disclosure with the newly elected President Donald Trump. However, something happened during a recent interview with ABC news reporter, George Stephanopoulos. We're going to tell you what happened. And this is something that is shaking up a lot of people.

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"john podesta" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"One zero one one. We've said time to time on this program that the dialogue about life in space is changing the dialogue about you opposes changing signs of softening itself, a bit. And, you know, there's always open question of whether life is a cosmic imperative when it comes to things out in space. And of course, all this emerges in the presence of certain conditions governed by physics now. The questions about what's going on up in space are well, they're, they're numerous one are, they're building blocks for life out there. Or are we looking for nothing? The only thing is, is why we spend so much money to go out into space, if there's nothing out there to get or to at least discovered, and there's plenty of stuff. Discover according to a lot of the scientists and their new ideas as to what we're looking for, and how we're looking for it a lot of budget's going in now for space exploration cameras and telescopes and all sorts of things that will lead us down this primrose path to possible without any doubt disclosure. And so, with this offering of scientists stances space. We've seen confirmation billion live and is becoming a constant people talk about other opening up discussions about other meeting at colleges. They're rethinking. I guess, semantics are word salad, if you will about just what they're up to what the definition of their discoveries might be, whether it be biological Exo biological. Whether we're looking at techno signatures, biological signatures still though, we haven't apprehensive. Stance in some circles of containment information. And some people say, well, I'll only accept it. If NASA says it or only accept it. If the government says and right now, though. You know, someone or at least a group of people want that monopoly on just what isn't and what is truth. About disclosure or about confirmation appears that people are looking for life in space, of course. But there's so many ways of confirming it. So many ways of looking at it, and a lot of people appear to want containment, or they want to be able to control the narrative, and I said, it's very important to control the narrative that's what is more valuable than anything else right now. And that includes the narrative with regard to the extraterrestrial question now, as I said, before I if you've noticed on the nightly news, there have been a lot of loaded questions, a lot of presentations about that very thing, whether or not pseudoscience to be looking for you oppose or it's real. It's reality to be looking for you, foes, and why the military has said did they aknowledge the existence of UFO's and all they want to do now is determine whether or not there, TI or something else. So the new reality now comes the arguments in the divisive causes that are being pushed by people that have made UFO's and aliens, part of their spiritual path. And there are a few researchers now rejected the information being disseminated because they're saying it's being disseminated by intelligence, operatives, and they're saying, well if the Pentagon leaked it. I don't buy it. At a Pentagon says that he's aliens, these UFO's are threat to national security. I don't buy it. I mean, the fact that the military was involved in disclosure process has a number of researchers stymie they're angry. And they're now going after people and both sides, you have those who are looking at the aliens, you'll give you pose as a spiritual of life. And there are people that devote their time talking about it being a spiritual thing. There are others. However, the seat is nuts and bolts project, and that we need to get down to the bottom of whether we can kick the tires of bonafide you foes anyone's guess, but what is most disconcerting right now for years? You researchers in believers have wanted the government come clean on your phone matters. Now that it's happening slowly. There are a few of the so-called believers. Now they're saying that disclosure. The disclosures being provided should not be trusted because it's coming from the intelligence ops, and it's they believe it's a distraction, or disinformation campaign, and there's so many researchers now will gain a number of followers on the internet saying that the government's disclosure should not be trusted. And I say this is the attack of the believers. The true believers are now, attacking the fact that is so called new disclosures being revealed by the CIA in the Pentagon should be seen as a matter of compartmentalized disclosure that can easily be controlled. It's, it's a containment process and into containment process goes like this and it's been it's been the way it's been for a long time. Many decades, the government does this military does this intelligence as this. They leak at UF. Oh, story to the public. They make a statement that Hinson disclosure and then they did. I the military or any government entity is found no, reasonably that you oppose exist. I'm beginning, I'm beginning this pattern because what happened is when we first heard about the threat assessment twenty two million dollars from defense to look at you oppose a possible threat to national security back that many people are angry about that say, well, aliens are not a threat. They've never been threat. They'd never if they wanted to attack us, they would have done in a long time ago. But yet they throw out all the information that they've been demanding with regard to adoption cases. Meaning of the government has to disclose UFO's. They have to disclose aliens after close aliens, they have to disclose the program that went on in the seventies and eighties. Where was sixty seventies and were innocent people reducted from their homes and attacked by alleged aliens, whether or not this was some sort of a military coop or, or an intelligence coop or something where deal was made that setting gas. But that's always been part of the UFO, Lor. And yet we've had president after president after president say, well. I knew little something about this. I was briefed on this, or, you know, and as I said, in the last hour, Ronald Reagan said, you know, our differences worldwide would vanish with his all if we had an alien threat, he spoke about four times to the UN. He spoke about it in Geneva spoke about it was secretary Gorbachev Russia. Gorbachev said he didn't feel it was weird. He just felt like it was not the timing was off it, there would be eventually some sort of revelation about aliens or UFO's. But right now would not be the time and that was in the nineteen eighties. On February twelfth twenty fourteen. John Podesta, who is the outgoing senior adviser, John Podesta reflected on his White House is latest White House, stint, and said, you know, that what of his favorite moments and one of his biggest regrets from the past year, when he worked in the Obama administration was that he didn't come forward and tell him Merican people by the truth about the truth about your foes. Now, think about that from John Podesta said that he wanted to disclose the truth about UFO's knowing what we know now about John Podesta would we have believed him? I mean he had we all know he had a longtime fascination with UFO's that's well documented, and when he went on his political hiatus following four years as President Bill Clinton's chiefs chief of staff, he wanted to look out and find more. Find out more about UFO's what he worked with Hillary Clinton. He had Hillary wanted to wanted to work with the, the coalition for freedom of information. And John Podesta's spoke on the importance of disclosing government UFO vestiges the public. On friday. The thirteenth twenty fourteen John Podesta tweeted, his regret about the nondisclosure of UFO's, and the Washington Post immediately recall that he's changed one of his reporters had with pedestrian two thousand seven Karen Tumblety asked about reports the Clinton library Little Rock. Arkansas had been bombarded with freedom of information act, request specifically seeking Email correspondence to. And from the former chief of staff, including terms like X files area, fifty one possesses response through spokesperson was the truth is out there, which is the tagline for the X files, of course in two thousand ten. And aditorial that was in Missouri's Columbia Tribune despair reports had asked outspoken UFO photographer to stop discussing his knowledge, extraterrestrial activities in public. Editorial employment. One wonders why pedestrian do such a radical reversal giving his former plea of your disclosure. But contrary to the Columbia, Tribune's concern pedestrian had clearly not abandoned his passion. He just been abandoned. The Causey wrote an introduction of the two thousand ten book UFO's generals pilots, and government officials go on the record, that book was written by Leslie Kean. Unfortunately pedestrian. Would be of course. Under the microscope when he was Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign manager, we headed up Clinton's campaign then Clinton's campaign. So. Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Bill Clinton. Had the same attitude that Ronald Reagan had about UFO's and convert pedestrian reports that basically, there was an interest in. In UFO's in the Clinton administration. Jimmy kimmel. Was asking former presidents about you Afo and disclosure. And many of them have jokingly gave responses that the public tried to interpret as partial of UFO's phenomena associated with him. Jimmy Kimmel asked Hillary Clinton in late night, TV interviews. He had Bush Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and Hillary. And when Kimmel interviewed Hillary, she was still a presidential candidate and on national television. She said that, barring any threats to national security. She would open up government files on the subject of UFO's, and that was his shift from President Obama, who typically dismisses UFO's and says, they're a joke. So obviously, she wasn't elected to the presidency. In many hopes were, shattered for any type of disclosure with the newly elected President Donald Trump. However, something happened during a recent interview with ABC news reporter, George Stephanopoulos. We're gonna tell you what happened. And this is something that is shaking up a lot of people and it's been very controversial. President Trump has been probably the first president since Truman Reagan, depending on if you think that they were giving disclosure to actually.

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"john podesta" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Story on how pollster is manipulate polls, manufacture a lien for your chosen candidate. How do you do this, and it's very crucial to do it? You publish a poll that shows your guy up with ten or twelve point lead. If can be dispiriting to your opponents voters can be dispiriting the your opponent, EV can chill, it can chill enthusiasm. Oh my God. My guys down well, all his law, and that's outweight. How do you do it? This is no great secret. It's just an admission stories in two thousand sixteen and it was about. John podesta. How new pedestrian emails exposed the playbook for rigging polls through over samples. October of two thousand sixteen at at zero hedge. By the way, I have people pay rush. You're see what Tyler Durden said Tyler Durden is the name associated zero. There is no Tyler Durden. It's a it's a made up name. Nobody knows that. A guy is. So is the picture next. It looks like a geek, don't know who he is. There is no Tyler dirty just the little information could be worthless or something to your regardless earlier this morning. We wrote, this isn't two thousand sixty eight about the obvious sampling bias in the latest ABC Washington Post poll that showed at twelve point national advantage for Hillary Clinton. Like many of the recent polls from writers and ABC in the Washington Post, this latest poll included a nine point sampling bias toward registered Democrats. And if you read the ABC news poll, sampling and methodology note, it says, and this ABC. Newspoll conducted by landline and cellular telephone during the dates Tober twenty two twenty second two thousand sixteen in both English and Spanish. Among a random national sample of eight hundred seventy four voters result of a margin of sampling error three and a half points. Partisan divisions are thirty six twenty seven thirty one that's thirty six percent democrat twenty-seven percent, Republican thirty one percent independent. Thing go, you have a phony sample, and we know that these are constant how many times, have you had you. You've seen a poll it looks bad for whoever you're believing in or whatever you're believing, and then in a couple of days, maybe later, the same day. Wait a women. We just went to the cross tabs here, and we just analyze it look at the oversampling of Democrats in this common trick. And the newsworthiness of this story at zero hedge was that there was a John Podesta emails, detailing how to do it. And what the advantages of it were a it's not detailing how to do. It's easy to do you just talk to more, Democrats, and Republicans and you make sure your Republican sample is much less than nattery twenty-seven percent of any random voter sample Republican versus thirty-six percent randomly going to be democrat, and this is a common. It's, it's a specially used in polls, this far out all the way up to three months out. That's why it's, it's another reason disag- nor these things, especially if you're able to dig in and look at the sample if you find out, it's vastly overrated for Democrats. You know exactly what's going on? Here. It is a poll, designed to make news to dispirit the oppress. And make despondent Republicans.

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"john podesta" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on WTVN

"Welcome back. Rush. Limbaugh, the fastest three hours in media, having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have. Holy here. My formerly nicotine stained fingers. Story on how pollsters manipulate polls how you manufacture a lien for your chosen candidate. How do you do this, and it's very crucial to do it? You publish a poll that shows your guy up with ten or twelve point lead. If can be dispiriting to your opponents voters can be dispiriting your opponent and it can chill. It can Chillan. Oh my God. My guys down. Well, oh, jeez. All is lost. And that's outweighed. How do you do it? This is no great secret. It's just an admission stories in two thousand sixteen and it was about. John podesta. How new pedestrian emails exposed the playbook for rigging polls through over samples. It's October of two thousand sixteen at zero hedge. By the way, I have people. Hey rush, it you see what Tyler Durden sent Tyler Durden is the name associated here. There is no Tyler Durden. It's a it's a made up name. Nobody knows it. A guy is. So is the picture next. It looks like a geek, don't know who he is a made there is no Tyler Durden just a little information could be worthless or something. So you're regardless earlier this morning. We wrote, this isn't two thousand sixty eight about the obvious sampling bias in the latest ABC. Washington Post poll, the children twelve point national advantage for Hillary Clinton. Like many of the recent polls from writers and ABC in the Washington Post, this latest poll included a nine point sampling bias toward registered Democrats. And if you read the ABC news poll sampling and methodology note, it says it is ABC. Newspoll conducted by landline and cellular telephone. During the dates, I told her twenty two twenty second twenty sixteen in both English and Spanish. Among a random national sample of eight hundred seventy four voters results have a margin of sampling error three and a half points. Partisan divisions are thirty six twenty seven thirty one that's thirty six percent democrat twenty-seven percent, Republican thirty one percent independent. Bingo, you have a phony sample, and we know that these are constant how many times, have you had you. You've seen a poll it looks bad for whoever you're believing in or whatever you're believing, and then in a couple of days, maybe later, the same day. Somebody's wait a minute. We just went to the cross tabs here, and we just analyze look at the oversampling of Democrats in this. It's a common trick. And the newsworthiness of this story at zero hedge was that there was a John Podesta emails, detailing, how to do it, and what the advantages of it were it's not detailing how to do. It's easy to do. You just talk to more Democrats, and Republicans and you make sure your Republican sample is much less than that. Twenty seven percent of any random voter sample Republican versus thirty six percent randomly going to be democrat, and this is a common. It's, it's a specially used in polls, this far out all the way up to three months out. That's why it's, it's another reason, just ignore these things, especially if you're able to dig in and look at the sample if you find out, it's vastly overrated for Democrats. You know exactly what's going on? Here. It is a poll, designed to make news to dispirit the oppress. And make despondent Republicans.

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"john podesta" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Two to three on KLBJ. Hi, welcome back. Rush. Limbaugh, the fastest three hours in media, having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have. I am holy here. My formerly nicotine stained fingers. Story on how pollster is manipulate polls, how manufacture a lien for your chosen candidate. How do you do this, and it's very crucial to do it? You publish a poll that shows your guy up with ten or twelve point lead. If can be dispiriting to your opponents voters can be dispiriting the your opponent can chill, it can chill enthusiasm. Oh my God. My guys down twelve all his lawn, and that's how you do it. This is no great secret. It's just an admission stories in two thousand sixteen and it was about. John podesta. How new Podesta emails exposed the playbook for rigging. Polls through over samples. October of two thousand sixteen zero hedge. And by the way, I have people pay rush. You see what Tyler Durden send Tyler Durden is the name associated with there is no Tyler Durden. It's a it's a made up name. So nobody knows that. A guy is. So is the picture next. It looks like a geek, don't know who he is. It's a Mehta there is no Tyler dirty just a little information could be worthless or something. So you're regardless earlier this morning. We wrote this is two thousand sixty eight about the obvious sampling bias in the latest ABC Washington Post poll that showed at twelve point national advantage for Hillary Clinton. Like many of the recent polls, Reuters and ABC in the Washington Post. This latest poll included a nine point sampling bias toward registered Democrats. And if you read the ABC news poll sampling and methodology note, it says his ABC. Newspoll conducted by landline and cellular telephone during the dates Tober twenty two twenty second twenty sixteen in both English and. Among a random national sample of eight hundred seventy four voters result of a margin of sampling error three and a half points. Partisan divisions are thirty six twenty seven thirty one that's thirty six percent democrat twenty-seven percent, Republican thirty one percent independent. Bingo, you have a phony sample, and we know that these are constant how many times, have you had you. You've seen a poll it looks bad for whoever you're believing in or whatever you're believing, and then in a couple of days, maybe later, the same day, these women we just went to the cross tabs here, and we just analyze it look at the oversample Democrats in this common trick. And the newsworthiness of this story at zero hedge was that there was a John Podesta emails, detailing how to do it, and what the advantages of it were. Hey, it's not detailing how to do. It's easy to do you just talk to more Democrats, Republicans, and you make sure your Republican sample is much less than that. Every twenty seven percent of any random voters sample Republican versus thirty six percent randomly going to be democrat, and this is a common. It's, it's a specially used in polls, this far out all the way up to three months out. That's why it's another reason just ignore these things, especially if you're able to dig in and look at the sample if you find out, it's vastly overrated for Democrats. You know exactly what's going on here? It is a poll designed to make news to dispirit the press. And make despondent Republicans.

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"john podesta" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And there's a good chance that your online identity has starred within a dozen databases, if not more back. I just got I got almost fell for a phishing attack today. I was looking at male in my junk folder, I could sometimes stuff. That is not junk ends up in there. And it was it was a it was an apple Email. It wasn't it was made to look like an apple Email, and it said I had not responded to previous. Emails. They have said about the latest product. I purchased and I almost clicked on it. I said, wait. Wait a minute. I've never looked at the address. It was sent from it was some goofball oddball was not from apple but it was a phishing attack. And had I had I clicked on the link and this Email, and whoever sent it to me might have been able to plant some malware on my machine like they did John Podesta's and get hold of my emails, and I almost fell for it. And the reason I did is because it was that close to being something believable. Navy? I had missed him emails from the app store. This, this is the apple online store, not the app store. But the apple maybe I had missed them emails, what and I paused and thought about it or not. But it looked right? So the point is that these attempts to get you to turn over your information terribly out there every day..

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"john podesta" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on KTOK

"Founder. Democrats computer and Trump basically exposing. And then went after Hillary. About six. Not steal documents. Governor. Servers John Podesta's. Our crew is working for the Russian government wherever has worked for the Russian government. Not my. To me. Revolution. Revolution. Evolution. Nothing about WikiLeaks. Sexy. Sex. Has found a willing servant. And destroy. Criminals. A worldwide. Sure. Going.

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Analysis Of William Barr's Letter About The Mueller Report

Larry Elder

08:25 min | 3 years ago

Analysis Of William Barr's Letter About The Mueller Report

"I'm going to read some more of the key parts of attorney general William BAAs letter summarising the most important points of the Mola report. And then we will get to your calls. So this is William Barr yesterday. The special counsel report is divided into two parts. The first describes the results of the special counsel's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 US presidential election. The report outlines the Russian effort to influence the election and documents crimes committed by persons associated with the Russian government in connection with those efforts. The report further explains. The primary consideration for the special counsel's investigation was whether any Americans, including individuals associated with the Trump campaign joined the Russian conspiracies to influence the election, which would be a federal crime. The special counsel's investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its attempts to influence, the twenty sixteen US presidential election, the second element involved, the Russian government's efforts to conduct computer hacking operations designed to gather and disseminate information to influence the election, the special counsel found that Russian government actors successfully hacked into the computers and obtained emails from persons affiliated with the Clinton campaign. It's not hard to do that. When your password is password. That's me. Okay. Not hard to hack somebody John Podesta when your password is password back to the report, and the democrat party organizations and publicly disseminated those materials through various intermediaries including WikiLeaks based on those activities. The special counsel brought criminal charges against a number of Russian military officers for conspiring to hack into computers in the United States for purposes of influencing the election. But as noted above the special counsel did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in these efforts despite multiple offers from Russian affiliated individuals to assist. The Trump campaign. Now, how is the media and how the Democrats responding to what I just read to you. That's what actually happened. That's what was reported by the attorney general. Let's listen to none other the chairman of the house intelligence committee, Adam Schiff talking to form a Clinton appointee Stephanopoulos Cup five he told the San Francisco Chronicle on Friday, if there's no bombshell. There's no impeachment. There's no new indictments qualify as no bombshell, not necessarily because again, Georgia as you pointed out, they can't indict the president of that's their policy, and therefore there could be overwhelming evidence on the obstruction issue. And I don't know that that's the case. But if there were overwhelming evidence of criminality on the president's part, then the congress would need to consider that remedy. If indictment is for clothes. So it's really. Too early to make those judgments we to discuss what does this mean for the American people? What risks are we running with this president what steps is congress need to take to protect the country? Adam Schiff, you are Eliah. The letter is explicit. And the fact that you've read it and make that statement on national television proves you ally with this question with regards to not exoneration on Xtra -struction of Justice of go back to the lesser here is what it says attorney general William bar again in cataloguing, the president's actions, many of which took place in public view, the report identifies no actions that in our judgment constitute obstructive conduct had a nexus to a pending or contemplated proceeding and would done with corrupt intent each of which under the department's principles of federal prosecution guiding charging decisions would need to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt to establish an obstruction of Justice offense again identifies. No actions. Adam Schiff is like let's listen to congressman Jerry Nadler cut seven except that no member of the Trump team engaged in that kind of criminal conspiracy with Russia. Well, I don't know. First of all, we don't know what what indictments forthcoming from other investigations that have been spun out by the special prosecutor to the southern district of New York with eastern district of Virginia. But his main mission was about Russia. You think he he Muller would would send that to other parts of the Justice department? Don't know that's one of the things we will have to see when we read the report. But we know there was collusion. A why? There's been no indictments. We don't know another liar. Another liar. Who's lying on your dime? Jerry Nadler, saying there was collusion when Robert Muller's report of the five hundred search warrants were issued found no collusion with regards to the demands of the Democrats are making right now for the full report to be disclosed that is a crime the last part of attorney general BAAs letter. I am mindful of the public interest in this matter for that reason my goal and intent is to release as much of the special counsel's report as I can consistent with applicable regulations and departmental policies. Federal rule of criminal procedure six e remember this number six. E. Imposes restrictions on the use and disclosure of information relating to matters occurring before a grand jury rule. Six states disclosure of six immaterial beyond the strict limits set forth in this rule is a crime. Are you listening? Nancy, are you listening? Chuck, it is a crime, even if you leak it to one of your body's you are committing a crime. This restriction back to the letter protects the integrity of grand jury proceedings and ensures that the unique and invaluable investigative powers of the grand jury are used strictly for their intended criminal Justice function. So that which can be released will be released when the attorney general is prepared to do. So I'm a little bit torn about this last audio by. It's Al Sharpton, and I will not call. You Reverend Kaz you're not. But he kind of made me fall off my chair on MSNBC because you are the one lone voice of a parent sanity on the left. Let's listen to the quote, unquote, Reverend Sharpton cut, but the Democrats also now have to move on and really deal with hot issues. I think the politics is that we're now going to have to start talking about tax reform and and climate change and other things because the mullahs situation think has ended up a victory for the president. The Democrats have to move

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Trump on Russia probe: "We can never let this happen to another president again"

Rick Hamada

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Trump on Russia probe: "We can never let this happen to another president again"

"Fox News after the special counsel's conclusion of no collusion. President Trump hoping for a closer look at how the Russia probe started. I will tell you. I love this country. I love this country as much as I can love anything my family my country my God. But would they did it was a false narrative? Who's Kate was a terrible thing. One. Prominent Senate Republican is pledging to dig deeper as Democrats questioned the attorney general's decision to clear the president of obstruction allegations. Fox's Jared Halpern live on Capitol Hill. Democrats said they want to see the full report authored by special counsel. Robert muller. Not just a four page summary by attorney general William bar in Senate Judiciary committee, chairman Republican Lindsey Graham says there are still unanswered questions about the Russia investigation going forward. Hopefully in a bipartisan fashion will begin unpack the other side of the story for grand. That means a review of the approval of a Fiso born and the use of a controversial dossier from former British spy Lisa Jared. President Trump says it wouldn't bother him at all for the full Muller report to be released and the head of Hillary Clinton's two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. John Podesta says the biggest lesson from the Muller probe is about character questioning how the no collusion

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"john podesta" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Let's just play a little bit more from Tucker as he reminisces Blair's. It is completely changed Washington. People in this city are now afraid they watch what they say. They don't send emails they worry about being denounced demagogues like swallow have terrified them the beginning of this investigation. There's been virtually no honest public debate about what is happening or what has happened watch this exchange from the early days of the administration. Congressman Adam Schiff came on the show. We asked a simple fact based question about what we know. And what we don't know. And it was are we certain the Russian government, hacked, John Podesta's g mail account. Here's Adam Schiff responded. Can you look right into the camera and say, I know for a fact the government of Ladimir Putin was behind the hacks of John Podesta? Absolutely the government of Ladimir. Putin was behind the hacks of our institution and the Doug John Podesta's, not only in the smell. But also in Europe. Can you're not you know, what your Tucker you'll look and say, well, I know they did jump as I think that Ronald Reagan rolling Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan your carrying water for the Kremlin during water for this. And you can't say they hawked hag. You're going to have to move your shoulder to RT Russia television. So this day, even the most basic the most elemental actions, but the claims in this Russia's story remain unanswered. Meanwhile, if up ended our entire foreign policy, we put Americans in prison all on the basis of charges. Nobody has been willing to prove how do we know that congressman shut up your Russian agent conspiracy. Hawks seem totally impervious to shame a reason you couldn't debate them because they wouldn't engage. They just threw slurs. They felt no need to demonstrate that any of it was true. At what point you draw the line and not accused the president United States without any evidence of being an agent of Russia. I don't I don't say that lightly. I I worked as a prosecutor for seven years and country, by the way, we want evidence before you say that, but you said an agent of Russia. He works on their behalf as a prosecutor that wasn't the evidence in court. I mean as a process, do, you know, the difference between hard evidence and circumstantial evidence not hearing the evidence that he's an agent of Russia. I think it's pretty clear it's all hiding in plain sight. Swallow in shift. So in the most respected, supposedly sober figures in our society, engage in this behavior for years, they said things that were so reckless and so damaging to this country that it's almost hard to believe it was happening. Keep in mind as you watch this clip that not so long ago. John Brennan was the director of the CIA the most powerful intelligence agency in the world. But Clancy's reporting right now that special counsel Robert Moore has evidence that Trump's personal war and fixer Michael Cohen secretly made a late summer trip to Prague during the twentieth. Sixteen presidential campaign. According to sources familiar with the matter confirmation of the trip different firm from part of the Steele dossier reports that Mr. Cohen was in Prague despite his denials repeated denials, there is more and more indications that there is something here that is far far from being anything year. A witch hunt. Michael Cohen was in Prague meeting with his Russian handlers. That's what Brennan just told us on cable television. If anyone would know that fast. So. Good job at this show. Just how fucked up and well, yeah. No. He's Tucker's been just excellent on the the Muller investigation from the beginning. And he did it in the beginning. Which is really the tough time to do it when things are. So it's been easier over the last few weeks as it just becomes more and more obvious..

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"john podesta" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"john podesta" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Tom Sullivan dot com. Bob sends me by the way, former law enforcement, he says send me an Email. He says com FBI's joke. Early morning raid guns drawn numerous agents beating on the door. What's wrong with the doorbell, and the press videotaping it what a joke I have arrested murderers with just two or three of us at the door one in the back at the crime. They arrested him for lying to the FBI. If they took away that from the FBI they would not make money arrest. My advice Twenty-one don't talk to the FBI. And if one has to ask for a lawyer, and remember, I can't recall, this is from a former law enforcement officer. So the story is that Roger stone was involved with WikiLeaks to get those emails. That were hat from the DNC and from John Podesta number the ones that came out. They came out every week about Hillary and about John Podesta, and they were I remember going through them and. I they may have been maybe embarrassing for John Podesta in some cases. But I don't remember anything that was. Big big, big smoking gun. I it was it just I never saw that. But in any case, they the story was Roger stone was working with WikiLeaks. Wikileaks got them from Russia. And Russia was the one who illegally hacked pedestrian and the DNC we still don't know about the DNC because of back. They would never let the F B I N too. Investigate that they hired a private firm. But our intelligence people all said. Yep. Those came from Russia. The problem is is that Roger stone. They don't have him connected to Julian Assange or WikiLeaks, and whether it was on purpose because he was smart or whether it just turned out that way, nobody can can connect Julian Assange and Roger stone WikiLeaks and Roger stone. Roger stone had somebody that was an intermediary. And that intermediary is being identified as a guy put his name. Randy. Critical and he's kind of a of a gadfly politician in New York thirty seven years old. So he was supposed to be supposedly the go between. So he Rogers dome was brought in of various congressional committees. And they asked him about all this. And and Muller is saying he lied to these congressional committees about all of this. Okay. So that's what they've got him on on the witness tampering. It's about. Do we have that? This is this is about where he told somebody to. What was the name of that guy? Don't have it in front of me. Do you have that Andy the? The the godfather character. I twenty four pages. Are I've got to go through in the indictment where there was a character in the godfather to movie. That supposedly Roger stone referred to when talking to this go-between. Here's the scene from.

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 Roger Stone charged in Russia probe

Mike McConnell

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Roger Stone charged in Russia probe

"In the Russia probe with eight o'clock report and Brian combs. And I'm Ricky chino wrote. Breaking now, he's worked on presidential campaigns for years man who advised Ronald Reagan, George Bush and Bob Dole behind bars this morning on charges related to work that he did for the Trump campaign. Roger stone's been one of the targets of the special prosecutor's investigation of election tampering. Russia has been charged with seven counts what kind of obstruction and six counts involving false statements and all deals with what he knew about the WikiLeaks dump in terms of damaging information about Hillary Clinton and John Podesta's emails hacked as well. And what he was providing in terms of information about that. They're basically claiming that he was misleading to investigators and others when asked about these particular questions, that's ABC's, Tom. Thomas President Trump says he hardly ever spoke to stone. When he worked for the campaign and says that he played no role of any kind in the election. Trump campaign says that stone was fired in August. Twenty fifteen

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Poll: If election were help today, Trump would lose the popular vote again

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Poll: If election were help today, Trump would lose the popular vote again

"A new poll shows at the election were held today. President Trump would lose the popular vote. Again, this survey conducted by hill TV and the Harris ex polling company finds that thirty six percent of respondents say they would vote for President Trump. If the election were held today while forty four percent say they would cast their vote for Hillary Clinton Clinton campaign chief John Podesta says the poll results show dissatisfaction with the results of the two thousand sixteen election. The poll comes less than fifty days from November's midterm elections, which are widely expected to be a referendum on the president's first two years in

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America, Soccer and Yosemite National Park discussed on Leo Laporte

Leo Laporte

01:54 min | 3 years ago

America, Soccer and Yosemite National Park discussed on Leo Laporte

"Radio i'm mark mayfield protesters are joining president trump on the golf course about a dozen protesters gathered outside trump's scottish golf resort in turnberry or the president and first lady are spending the weekend trump seemed unfazed as the demonstrators on the beach booed while he golfed more protests place across scotland on saturday including one edinburgh featuring the trump baby balloon that drew around ten thousand people police say they are investigating hall paraglider was able to fly close to the resort on friday with a banner that read trump well below par president trump is blaming former president obama for failing to act against russian meddling in a tweet storm on saturday trump responded to the indictment of a dozen russian operatives for the cyber attack of the dnc and clinton campaigns in two thousand sixteen he president said that'll happen during the obama administration so why didn't they do something about it especially he added when obama was informed about the russian meddling by the fbi in september before the election another tweet asked why the fbi didn't take possession of the dnc server and added deep state referring to a conspiracy theory about a shadow government clinton campaign chairman john podesta was one of the targets of the hackers this was i think a profoundly an attack on me personally and of course that's painful but more importantly it was an attack on america's democracy says at the least if he won't cancel the summit president trump should insist that putin extradite the russians that were indicted to the us california fire officials say a firefighter has died while battling a wildfire burning near yosemite national park brayden varney was killed while operating a bulldozer on the fire line at the ferguson fire saturday morning he's the tenth wildland firefighter killed so far this year and members of the soccer team rescued from cave in thailand could be leaving the hospital soon the thai public health ministers sent on saturday the twelve boys and their coach are gaining weight they're physically active and they could be released as early as thursday doctors now are focused on the mental health of the team you're listening to the latest trump.

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Three Days discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

04:49 min | 3 years ago

Three Days discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Happening now breaking news femme shell indictment the justice department charges a dozen russian military intelligence officers accusing them of meddling in the twenty sixteen presidential election large scale interference details of the vast hacking conspiracy whose targets included democrats and a state election board or data on half a million american voters with stolen call it off democrats at a key republican say in light of the new indictments president trump should cancel is meeting with russia's ladder putin and royal royal president trump meets the british monarch after insulting or prime minister denying it gonna policies for i'm will put their urine the situation room this is cnn breaking news we're following breaking news twelve russian military intelligence officers indicted as part of special counsel robert muller's investigation into moscow's election meddling the charges come just three days before president trump sits down with the russian president latimer putin what's about that and more with senator james langford of the senate intelligence committee and our correspondents specialists and analysts they are also standing by first details of the new indictments our justice correspondent evan perez our justice reporter chievo broke up as they're working the story for us anthony for day is also joining us exclusively he served as a top cyber security official with the fbi and was in charge of cyber incident response for the national security council he's one of the first people to see the russians hacking into state election systems heavenly certainly you these hackers they hacked into the dnc the hillary clinton campaign theaters and they did a lot more that's right well this indictment lays out in great detail charges against twelve russian military officers now these are people who worked for the gru you the russian military intelligence agency and they're charged with cyber hacking identity theft money laundry now they carried out according to the government this extraordinary campaign around the world using servers in malaysia in other countries essentially using crypto currencies and other means to try to hide their tracks all along the fbi and the intelligence community here in the united states was following them they watched some of their communications as they targeted more to three hundred democrats people inside the clinton campaign the dnc d triple c monitoring specific employees even looking through the computers for specific language looking for a offish in research including benghazi on other firms wolf this is exactly the campaign that the intelligence community told us about last year said this was designed to try to help donald trump get elected to hurt hillary clinton campaign and here for the first time we're seeing a window into this operation by the russian military intelligence to sow dissent here in the united states as well one of their objectives shimon the russia tradecraft you do accept reporting on this amazing details including this this it's quite spectacular when you look at this indictment the level of detail that the government has the fbi has in terms of how this operating was conducted and you know as evan said they targeted three hundred people that were associated with the dnc de triple c n the clinton campaign in a very simple method spearfishing of claiming dude an email they would send in this case it was john podesta making making belief that they were google they used various methods like that where they would pretend to be someone who perhaps feel safe to to click on they clicked on some emails and that's how they were able to get inside some of this system they also use mal wear and they were able to use the mouse to get into the dnc and the triple c and basically they sat there for quite some time and they were able in some cases real time to watch as people would access files access emails access different information on these servers and the russians all along were able to monitor this grab some of that information and the other thing what's interesting in this indictment is that it talks about how these were planned staged releases so as they were getting some of the information it's clear that they were deciding to win a part of some of their tradecraft here part of some of their use of some of this information was to decide on when it was best to publish his to put this out what does this tell us about the these russian intelligence officers and how they operated it's pretty amazing it's quite spectacular wolf i mean you have a commander you have a major of the.

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Democratic Party sues Trump, Russia government and Wikileaks

Mornings On the Mall with Brian Wilson

02:16 min | 4 years ago

Democratic Party sues Trump, Russia government and Wikileaks

"This morning beneath narrow from dc city hall reporter for the washington post lot going on there at dc scandals to tell you about count as long mary walter good morning to everyone happy monday i don't know if you saw this while you probably did on friday the democratic party sued president trump's presidential campaign the russian government wikileaks and vince connie's claiming abroad illegal conspiracy to help trump win the two thousand six lawyers advise me cannot talk about this it's a multimillion dollar lawsuit it was filed in manhattan federal court why manhattan federal court well that's where the southern district of new york is where there's another case going on involving the president as well seems to be the i guess if you don't want to go to the west coast to go to the ninety nine you go to new york it's this lawsuit says that quote in the trump campaign russia found a willing and active partner in this effort to mount e brazen attack on american democracy and they claim it included russian infiltration of the democratic party computer network now what do we know about that remember john podesta claims they were hacked they got john podesta no jump desta was the victim of a phishing scam and i don't think you're a victim of i don't think your call a victim when you voluntarily give them your password which was what one two three four five or something like that it was ridiculous so that's how they got into john podesta's emails because john podesta gave them his pass it over glorifies someone who's not a hacker that's that's right i have exactly that that person who fished you is not talented enough to be a hacker they're just fishing you come on don't them that much credit the left loves to point out when people are stupid when people who disagree with them are stupid that's pretty dumb there john but they're calling it hacking was not happy so let's add but they claim that their server was hacked yet they refused to allow the fbi to see the server they've been holding onto it for two years it's probably been destroyed by beach bleach bitten and everything.

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