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Honduras, in Diplomatic Shift, May Open China Office

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Honduras, in Diplomatic Shift, May Open China Office

"It is a hardy perennial of diplomatic discourse campaign by the people's republic of china to pluck away the few remaining countries which have chosen to maintain full relations with the republic of china better known as taiwan among the fifteen remaining countries which have embassies in taipei rather than beijing is honduras but their loyalty may be shifting honduras president juan orlando hernandez has floated the prospect of opening a trade office in china to facilitate the acquisition of covid nineteen vaccines. Well let's get the latest with. Ron omitted director of oxford university's china center. Rana thank you as always for joining us. Is this the beginning of the end for honduras and taiwan. Do you think i think it could. Well be andrew. I mean over the last decade and more the already very small number of countries in the world which continued to recognize the republic of china based momentun entire pay of course has been shrinking and of course covert nineteen has been a perfect opportunity for china to try and pick off a small number of the countries which still maintain that relationship with taipei taipei has had some opportunities to push bad so for instance they've been liaising with india to try and get hold of some of the vaccine supply that they have and diverted to some of the south american countries but the problem of course to that now is the india is going through its own horrific cove experience and doesn't have a whole lot to explore so it may be the case. The immediate medical needs push honduras and a couple of other countries to towards beijing.

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US prosecutors allege Honduras president helped move drugs

The World and Everything In It

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

US prosecutors allege Honduras president helped move drugs

"Us prosecutors say a witness as accused the president of honduras of helping to traffic drugs to the united states. World's anna johannesen brown has more federal prosecutors. In new york said tuesday an accountant witnessed meetings between honduras president. Juan orlando hernandez and a drug trafficker assistant. Us attorney jacob gutman said the accountant was present when hernandez allegedly said he wanted to quote. Shove the drugs right up the noses of the gringos. The meetings allegedly occurred in two thousand thirteen and two thousand fourteen hernandez has previously denied any involvement with drug traffickers and he has not been charged but us authorities have been investigating him and prosecutors believe he has taken bribes from traffickers reporting for world. I'm ana johannesen brown.

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U.S. Senators Seek Sanctions Against Honduran President

Morning Edition

03:38 min | 5 months ago

U.S. Senators Seek Sanctions Against Honduran President

"Year, thousands of people from Honduras come north to the U. S Mexico border and then into this country because of poverty and violence at home. The Bible administration says it wants to get to the root of the problem so Hondurans can build better lives there. But it turns out the root of the problem may lie inside the hunter and government. Now Democratic senators want to put sanctions on Hunter and president one Orlando or non Dez for alleged human rights abuses in corruption. Reporter James Fredrick is in Mexico City, and he's been following this story. Hey, James. Hey, how you doing? Good. What would these propose sanctions do? So this bill was introduced by Senator Jeff Merkley of organ and other you know, kind of progressive leaning Democrats, and it basically starts by saying President Juan Orlando Hernandez is under investigation by the U. S. For allegedly accepting bribes from an aging drug traffickers. So that's where it starts. And then it lays out this whole list of crimes that Hernandez and his party has been responsible for since the 2009 coup in Honduras. Corruption, embezzlement and then violence against its own population. Protesters, journalists activists, freedom of speech has been really clamped down there. Most importantly, the bill says the U. S. Has been complicity in this because we have been an ally of this government of for a long time, and it says that if we want to address these root causes Of migration from Honduras. We have to do this so these sanctions would freeze Hernandez's U. S visa freeze his assets and it would ban the U. S from exporting things like firearms, tear gas and other things to the 100 government. What's going on inside of the country that is making so many people feel like they have no choice but to leave. There's just a general sense of fear and desperation. Fear comes from street gangs that extort and murder people. It will, but it also is fear of the police and the 100 military Hondurans don't feel like they have anywhere to turn for protection. And in desperation is poverty. Hernandez is accused of embezzling lots of aid money towards Honduras. And so that's money that didn't go to poor Hondurans. On top of that they were devastated by two hurricanes last year, so Things are so bad in Honduras right now. I spoke to Elmer Gomez, who is 100 and seeking asylum in the U. S right now about the news, and I asked him to explain a bit. What if none, This is decisions mean for hundreds every day. That is, the future of the album is more so. Gomez says that Hernandez on Lee makes decisions that will personally benefit him or the people around him. He never acts for the good of the people. And Gomez reiterated. They just have nowhere to turn for help. They constantly feel like they're either being chased by criminals or the government. The other thing that Gomez mentioned is that he didn't want to migrate, and that's what I've heard from lots of people. They don't want to leave home. They just feel like they don't have any other option. And so if the U. S was to put sanctions on, Hernandez, would that happen anytime soon? It's unlikely it's going to happen soon. I think the interesting thing to watch for is that the State Department could actually just decide a lot of these things without passing this bill. I spoke to some experts They think that's unlikely as much as anything because the U. S. And Honduran governments are so intertwined right now that just slapping these sanctions on very quickly. Is going to be hard to do. So there's a lot of unwinding of this U S hunter and relationship and really a need for the U. S government to confront the relationship it has had with President Hernandez for all these

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on WTVN

"Tomorrow go here next dot com. Four years. The outgoing president has denied that what he says is at the center of divisiveness in this country and ABC News investigation finds that in recent years the president's name appeared in more than 50 criminal cases involving violence, threats or alleged assaults. Former Homeland Security Undersecretary John Cohen is an ABC News contributor. The president may not be directly responsible for the acts of violence conducted by some of these individuals. But his words do provide them the validation. Some of those charged were found to be mentally ill, others dangerously devoted to their politics. The outgoing president is preparing should he be impeached again? Sources tell us that he is leaning towards tapping Rudy Giuliani and Alan Dershowitz toe possibly lead his defense team. If the House does vote to impeach it will be up to the next Senate to consider an impeachment trial, and that could happen during the first days of a Biden administration. At this point. Most Republicans are opposed to this, they say, would only further divide the country. ABC is Rachel Scott. Federal prosecutors in New York City filed motions on Friday, declaring that Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez took bribes from drug traffickers and had the country's armed forces protect a cocaine laboratory. And shipments to the US. Hernandez has not been charged and has repeatedly denied any connection to the traffickers. This is ABC News there knocking on the door..

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:08 min | 7 months ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Heart media incorporated seatings could start on Monday, ABC Rachel Scott, with more on the White House, with the president now spending his last days in office, preparing for another political fight. Sources tell us that he is leaning towards tapping Rudy Giuliani and Alan Dershowitz toe possibly lead his defense team. If the House does vote to impeach will be up to the next Senate to consider an impeachment trial, and that Could happen during the first days of Abidin administration. At this point, most Republicans are opposed to this, they say, would only further divide the country. Meanwhile, authorities are increasing security for lawmakers. Capitol police now working with US air marshals to protect traveling members of Congress after GOP Senator Lindsey Graham was heckled by angry Trump supporters, a DCs airport on Friday. Group furious that Graham in Congress certified Joe Biden's win and covert cases in the U. S Now top 22 million. This is ABC News, the Department of Justice, accusing the president of Honduras of trying to make it rain cocaine. ABC is Todd and has details while President Juan Orlando Hernandez isn't named. Specifically, he cited as an unidentified coconspirator. In motions filed Friday in New York. Prosecutors say he took bribes from drug traffickers and had the country's own forces protected cocaine laboratory. And U. S bound shipments, documents, quote. Hernandez is saying he wanted to shove the drugs right up the noses of the gringos by flooding the U. S with cocaine, The filing says A witness agreed to work through the president's brother, who was convicted of drug trafficking in 2019. Honduras, is ambassador to the U. S. Call the prosecutor's contentions Baseless and the oldest living Olympic champion, turns 100 Agnes Keleti, celebrating her birthday in her native Budapest. On Saturday, she won 10 medals for gymnastics, five of them Gold and Keleti, who's made it Jamie's Klein is also a Holocaust survivor. So what's the secret to her longevity? Keleti says I love life Uni on ABC News as a dentist. I know what my patients are saying. During times when they really can't speak. Mm. She says her guns air irritated, huh? Is there anything you can do? Absolutely. You can try New Crest Advanced, glamorous store..

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Federal prosecutors in New York expand drug claims against Honduras president

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Federal prosecutors in New York expand drug claims against Honduras president

"Despite its government, taking millions of dollars a year to curb the flow of illegal drugs into the U S. The Justice Department accusing the president of endurance of trying to make it Rain cocaine, while President Juan Orlando Hernandez isn't named. Specifically, he cited as an unidentified coconspirator. In motions filed Friday in New York. Prosecutors say he took bribes from drug traffickers and had the country's own forces protected cocaine laboratory and U. S bound shipments, documents. Quote Hernandez is saying he wanted to shove the drugs right up the noses of the gringos by flooding the U. S with cocaine, the filing says. A witness agreed to work through the president's brother, who was convicted of drug trafficking in 2019. Honduras, is ambassador To the U. S. Call the prosecutor's contentions. Baseless.

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"They are indeed warriors congressman Jim Jordan congressman Michael walls please we have a lot of politicians here tonight but I have to a man that happens to be a truly brilliant young man I'm a little bit prejudiced when I say that but he loves Israel and he's fighting hard for is your only wants to make peace with your neighbors I have a lot of people say that can't be done a lot of people say can't be done it's the hardest of all deals I love deals and I used to hear the toughest of all deals is peace with Israel and the Palestinians they say that's the toughest of all deals but if Jared Kushner can't do it can be done thank you Gerry thank you Gerry credible job resume he wants to see that and he loves Israel that I can we're delighted to have with us president Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras the First Lady of wrong doers and I have to tell you thank you Sir that president Fernandez is working with the United States very closely you know what's going on our southern border and we're winning after years and years of losing we're stopping drugs at a level that is never happened unfortunately the drugs become worse they become bigger quantities you have no idea what's happening they're being smuggled in from all parts of the world but we've never had anything like it and we're building a wall now worked almost a hundred miles.

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Honduran President’s Brother Is Found Guilty of Drug Trafficking

PBS NewsHour

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Honduran President’s Brother Is Found Guilty of Drug Trafficking

"Country the brother of the president of Honduras was convicted in New York on drug trafficking charges federal prosecutors said Juan Antonio Hernandez smuggle more than two hundred tons of cocaine into the U. S. since twenty ten his brother Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez was labeled a co conspirator but he was not

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El Chapo Said to Have Given $1 Million to Honduran President’s Brother

BBC World Service

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

El Chapo Said to Have Given $1 Million to Honduran President’s Brother

"The trolls began in New York on drug trafficking charges of the brother of the Honduran president Juan Orlando and nine this the state's attorney accused Tony and and as a receiving one million dollars directly from the Mexican drug lord yours you show a keen el Chapo goes man to give to president and and as a charge he strongly denies unless in America correspondent will grow triples just as president Juan Orlando Hernandez was enjoying his closest moment of his relationship with the trump administration his younger brother's trial on drug trafficking charges looks set to be the source of damaging accusations and deep embarrassment on the opening day of the trial in New York his brother Tony and non this was

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Michael Cohen gets three years in jail. For lying and for fraud. And according to sources. He was he was crying. He was crying during during the sentencing. Pushing back on President Trump for calling him weak. Cons won't con. One said he would take a bullet for Trump that didn't work out at all. He said that he should have known better. Then then to do this. But you know, and it was a blind loyalty. Okay. Okay. There's gonna be details. Aplenty coming out about Michael Cohen and the sentencing thirty six months three years in jail for four Michael Cohen. Let's get back to the migrants. Two groups of migrants wrote letters to the American consulate in Tijuana. And the letters can't make this up. Our lists of demands. To the Trump administration. Come again in English, please I say the migrants are making demands of the president of the United States who is not their president's or elected leader. But rather these are people who want to come into the United States, and they are making demands of the president. Well, that's just great. Yeah. So one of the demands. Is that the president let them in the country? Or pay them fifty thousand dollars each to go home. Boy. Escalated quickly. I mean that really got out of hand fast in my wildest dreams. You can I could not make this up. You can't make this up. No one can make this up. They're saying to to Trump to the consulate, oh, we'll waive fifty grand each and one of them is quoted as saying, it may seem like a lot of money to you. But the small sum compared to everything the United States has stolen from Honduras. Time for that. It's nothing compared to what the United States has stolen from Honduras. I do not know. Now, the caravan migrants also asked the US to remove Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez from office. Okay. Now, we're onto something hot damn. I can get behind this talk to me about Hernandez and what he's done. A girl fashion coup Hal, that's what the United States does. We're gonna this. The CIA has been board off their ass. They would love nothing more than to the bay of pigs part to this time. We do it. Right. We engage the q-. It's electric blue. Let's go listen, it's not cubits under a so what it's an opportunity that some place down there. The group gave the consulate seventy two hours. To respond. That's that's very sweet of them. That's a that's a lot of power that they think they have seventy two hours Cirrus bond to their demands. Fifty thousand dollars. Pose? The question. What is bite me? I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure that's the question. A lot of people. I think are going down the line of thinking. We'll wait a second. Why not pay these people to leave? Oh, first things first to pay these people to leave another millionaire's show up also wanting to get paid. That's how that works. Right. That's how that works can't pay these people to to leave they have to they can't come into the country. You can't say they can't threaten you this way. What are we all not? But the bigger story here is what they're actually doing. By saying, hey, fifty thousand dollars and we'll go away..

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on KTOK

"Way why is trans gender stuff in the news. Anyway. Normalising psychosis is what the modern day democrat party has been about. What what is what is more fitting proof of what we have been saying about how the democrat agenda is driven by people with mental disorders. And and when I say this I say this with all compassion toward people with mental disorders. The democrat party is converting those mental disorders and really lying to these people. They're converting these mental disorders which need to be treated by professionals are converting them into political issues. They're whipping up a bunch of anger and their convincing. These people that the mental disorder is really the result of Republican conservative mistreatment and lack of government sympathy. And so they're gonna get even with people. They're going to get whatever is troubling people fixed and are going to punish people who are responsible for it. The Democrats used Cavanaugh to whip up the women's vote. The Democrats think that every one of their voter groups can be whipped up into action by pointing out the mistreatment of conservatives Republicans or what have you? They are using immigration and this caravan mob to whip up the Hispanic vote because they can see that Hispanic voter approval for Trump is skyrocketing. They are using the kashogi story to try to whip up the Muslim and Middle Eastern vote. And of course, the journalist vote which have to do much whipping up there because they own the journalist vote, but all of these issues are being used to focus hatred on Donald Trump. And to try to convince people that Trump is responsible for all of these things and people so upset and so angry. And now they're using transgenders to whip up the gay vote, and and other related people in the democrat party who are running around thinking that life is filled with nothing, but unfair discrimination. You just you wait. Let's see you wait till the first male conservative Republican candidate decides to self identify as a woman. To get votes. And let's see how tolerant the drive by media. And the rest of the Democrats are when a transgender conservative pops up if such thing would happen. You just wait see what kind of tolerance? They just like there's tolerance for black conservatives, and there's tolerance for females who are not feminists. You know, how that works out? And there is not any tolerance for homosexuals who are not part of the leftist, bent, if you will. By the way, Mike Pence. Says that the Honduran president told him that Venezuela is funding this mob. Say Breitbart story vice President Mike Pence today said during president Juan Orlando Hernandez told him that the migrant mob marching toward the US Mexico border is financed by Venezuela. Not I've got serious Venezuela's have any money. I take that back. I take that back the Venezuelan government. It's like oh sorry. It's the Venezuelan people that don't have anything because their government has it all my bad. Venezuela could be funding. This now pants made the allegation wild defending Trump's assertion at middle easterners makeup part. Why by the white? Why is have you noticed that Dr visor outraged by that Trump is saying that there's some Middle East? There are some middle easterners in his caravan. They've been identified we got people down there embedded in this thing. There are people from all over the place in his caravan. They're not just from Honduras and Guatemala, and they're not Justice panic or Latino, but why get mad about that. What what what's the point of me? I if there's middle easterners in her. Why was why does the media? Go back crazy. Trying to deny that what's wrong with middle easterners being in a caravan to destroy the US immigration system. Has made this allegation while defending Trump's assertion in an interview with Robert Costa of the Washington Post Pence said it's inconceivable that there are not people of Middle Eastern descent in a crowd of more than seven thousand people advancing toward the border in the last fiscal year. We apprehended more than ten terrorists and suspected terrorists in our southern border from countries referred to in the lexicon is other than medical that means from the Middle East region. Vice president then revealed that Hernandez told him that leftist groups from Venezuela organized the caravan financed by Venezuela to challenge our sovereignty and challenge our border. Well, we'll see Venezuelans do hate us. The Venezuelan government does. It's become almost obituary to associate all this with George Soros because he funds so much of this kind of stuff we will eventually find out. We will eventually find out everything we need to know about who this is. 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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is trans gender stuff in the news. Anyway, folks. Normalising psychosis is what the modern day democrat party has been about. What what is what is more fitting proof of what we have been saying about how the democrat agenda is driven by people with mental disorders. And when I say this I say this with all compassion toward people with mental disorders. The democrat party is converting those mental disorders and really lying to these people. They're converting these mental disorders which need to be treated by professionals are converting them into political issues. They're whipping up a bunch of anger and their convincing. These people that the mental disorder is really the result of Republican conservative mistreatment and lack of government sympathy. And so they're going to get even with people. They're going to get whatever is troubling people fixed and are going to punish people who are responsible for it. The Democrats used Cavanaugh to whip up the women's vote. The Democrats think that every one of their voter groups can be whipped up into action by pointing out the mistreatment of conservatives Republicans or what have you? They are using immigration and this caravan mob to whip up the Hispanic vote because they can see that Hispanic voter approval for Trump is skyrocketing. They are using the kashogi story to try to whip up the Muslim and Middle Eastern vote. And of course, the journalist vote, which I don't have to do much whipping up there because they own the journalist vote, but all of these issues are being used to focus hatred on Donald Trump. And to try to convince people that Trump is responsible for all of these things and people so upset and so angry. And now they're using transgenders to whip up the gay vote, and and other related people in the democrat party who are running around thinking that life is filled with nothing, but unfair discrimination. You just you wait. Let's see you wait till the first male conservative Republican candidate decides to self identify as a woman. To get votes. And let's see how tolerant the drive by media. And the rest of the Democrats are when a transgender conservative pops up if such thing would happen. You just wait and see what kind of tolerance just like there's tolerance for black conservatives, and there's tolerance for females who are not feminists. They you know, how that works out. And there is not any tolerance for homosexuals who are not part of the leftist, bent, if you will. By the way, Mike Pence. Says that the Honduran president told him that Venezuela is funding this mob. Say Breitbart story vice President Mike Pence today. Southern Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez told him that the migrant mob marching toward the US Mexico border is financed by Venezuela. Now, I've got serious Venezuela's have any money. But I take that back. I take that back the Venezuelan government. It's like oh sorry. If the Venezuelan people that don't have anything because their government has it all my bad. Venezuela could be funding. This now pants made the allegation while defending Trump's assertion at middle easterners makeup part. Why by the white? Why is have you noticed the drive bys are outraged by that Trump is saying that there's some Middle East? There are some middle easterners in his caravan. They've been fight we got people down there embedded in this thing. There are people from all over the place in this caravan. They're not just from Honduras and Guatemala, and they're not Justice panic or Latino, but why get mad about that. What what what's the point of me? I if there's middle easterners in her. Why was why does the media? Go back crazy. Trying to deny that what's wrong with middle easterners being in a caravan to destroy the US immigration system. Has made this allegation while defending Trump's assertion in an interview with Robert Costa of the Washington Post Pence said it's inconceivable that there are not people of Middle Eastern descent and a crowd of more than seven thousand people advancing toward the border in the last fiscal year. We apprehended more than ten terrorists and suspected terrorists in our southern border from countries referred to in the lexicon is other than medical that means from the Middle East region. Vice president then revealed that Hernandez told him leftist groups from Venezuela organized the caravan financed by Venezuela to challenge our sovereignty and challenge our border. Well, we'll see. Venezuelan's? Do hate us. The Venezuelan government does. It's become almost obituary to associate all this with George Soros because he funds so much of this kind of stuff we will eventually find out. We will eventually find out everything we need to know about who this is. And none of us are going to be surprised. Hey, folks, there's all kinds of advantages being able to work from home every now, and then if you are reliant on the computers and programs in your office, then working at home can be a challenge..

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This one more way why is trans gender stuff in the news. Anyway. Normalising psychosis is what the modern day democrat party has been about. What what is what is more fitting proof of what we have been saying about how democrat agenda is driven by people with mental disorders. And when I say this I say this with all compassion toward people with mental disorders. The democrat party is converting those mental disorders and really lying to these people. They're converting these mental disorders which need to be treated by professionals are converting them into political issues. They're whipping up a bunch of anger and their convincing. These people that the mental disorder is really the result of Republican conservative mistreatment and lack of government sympathy. And so they're going to get even with people. They're going to get whatever is troubling people fixed and are going to punish people who are responsible for it. The Democrats used Cavanaugh to whip up the women's vote. The Democrats think that every one of their voter groups can be whipped up into action by pointing out the mistreatment of conservatives Republicans or what have you? They are using immigration and this caravan mob to whip up the Hispanic vote because they can see that Hispanic voter approval for Trump is skyrocketing. They are using the kashogi story to try to whip up the Muslim and Middle Eastern vote. And of course, the journalist vote which do much whipping up there because they own the journalist vote, but all of these issues are being used to focus hatred on Donald Trump. And to try to convince people that Trump is responsible for all of these things and people so upset and so angry. And now they're using transgenders to whip up the gay vote, and and other related people in the democrat party who are running around thinking that life is filled with nothing, but unfair discrimination. You just you wait. Let's see you wait till the first male conservative Republican candidate decides to self identify as a woman. To get votes. And let's see how tolerant the drive by media. And the rest of the Democrats are when a transgender conservative pops up if such thing would happen. You just wait and see what kind of tolerance. There's just like there's tolerance for black conservatives, and there's tolerance for females who are not feminists. They you know, how that works out. And there is not any tolerance for homosexuals who are not part of the leftist bent. If you will. By the way, Mike Pence. Says that the Honduran president told him that Venezuela is funding this mob Breitbart story, vice President Mike Pence today said during president Juan Orlando Hernandez told him that the migrant mob marching toward the US. Mexico border is financed by Venezuela. Got serious Venezuela's have any money. I take that back. I take that back the Venezuelan government. It's like sorry. It's the Venezuelan people that don't have anything because their government has it all my bad. Venezuela could be funding. This now Hance made the allegation wild defending Trump's assertion at middle easterners makeup part. Why by the white? Why is have you noticed the drive bys are outraged by Trump is saying that there's some Middle East? There are some middle easterners in his caravan. They've been identified we got people down there embedded in this thing. There are people from all over the place in this caravan. They're not just from Honduras and Guatemala, and they're not just Hispanic or Latino, but why get mad about that? What what's the point of me? If there's middle easterners in. Why was why does the media? Go back crazy. Trying to deny that what's wrong with middle easterners being in a caravan to destroy the US immigration system. That's made this allegation while defending Trump's assertion in an interview with Robert Costa of the Washington Post fans said it's inconceivable that there are not people of Middle Eastern descent at a crowd of more than seven thousand people advancing toward the border in the last fiscal year. We apprehended more than ten terrorists and suspected terrorists in our southern border from countries referred to in the lexicon is other than medical that means from the Middle East region. Vice president then revealed that Hernandez told him that leftist groups from Venezuela organized the caravan financed by Venezuela challenge our sovereignty and challenge our border. Well, we'll see Venezuelans do heinous the Venezuelan government does. It's become almost a bitchy will associated all this with George Soros because he funds so much of this kind of stuff. We will eventually find out. We will eventually find out everything we need to know about who this is. And none of us are going to be surprised. Hey, folks, there's all kinds of advantages being able to work from home every now, and then if you are reliant on the computers and programs in your office, then working at home can.

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Anyway, folks. Normalising psychosis is what the modern day democrat party has been about. What what is what is more fitting proof of what we have been saying about how the democrat agenda is driven by people with mental disorders. And when I say this I say this with all compassion toward people with mental disorders. The democrat party is converting those mental disorders and really lying to these people. They're converting these mental disorders which need to be treated by professionals are converting them into political issues. They're whipping up a bunch of anger and their convincing. These people that the mental disorder is really the result of Republican conservative mistreatment and lack of government sympathy. And so they're gonna get even with people. They're going to get whatever is troubling people fixed and are going to punish people who are responsible for it. The Democrats used Cavanaugh to whip up the women's vote. The Democrats think that every one of their voter groups can be whipped up into action by pointing out the mistreatment of conservatives Republicans or what have you? They are using immigration and this caravan mob to whip up the Hispanic vote because they can see the Hispanic voter approval for Trump is skyrocketing. They are using the kashogi story to try to whip up the Muslim and Middle Eastern vote. And of course, the journalist moat, which they don't have to do much whipping up there because they own the journalist vote, but all of these issues are being used to focus hatred on Donald Trump. And to try to convince people that Trump is responsible for all of these things and people so upset and so angry. And now they're using transgenders to whip up the gay vote, and and other related people in the democrat party who are running around thinking that life is filled with nothing, but unfair discrimination. You just you wait. Let's see you wait till the first male conservative Republican candidate decides to self identify as a woman. To get votes. And let's see how tolerant the drive by media. And the rest of the Democrats are when a transgender conservative pops up if such thing would happen. You just wait and see what kind of tolerance. This just like there's tolerance for black conservatives, and there's tolerance for females who are not feminists. They you know, how that works out. And there is not any tolerance for homosexuals who are not part of the leftist bent. If you will. By the way, Mike Pence. Says that the Honduran president told him that Venezuela is funding this mob. Say Breitbart story vice President Mike Pence today. So that during president Juan Orlando Hernandez told him that the migrant mob marching toward the US. Mexico border is finance went Venezuela. I've got serious Venezuela's have any money, but I take that back. I take that back the Venezuelan government. It's like sorry. It's the Venezuelan people that don't have anything because their government has it all my bad. Venezuela could be funding. This now Pence made the allegation wild defending Trump's assertion that middle easterners makeup part. Why by the white? Why is have you noticed the drive bys are outraged by that Trump is saying that there's some Middle East? There are some middle easterners in his caravan. They've been identified we got people down there in bed in this thing. There are people from all over the place in his caravan. They're not just from Honduras and Guatemala, and they're not just Hispanic or Latino, but why get mad about that? What what what's the point of me? If there's middle easterners in her. Why was why does the media? Go back crazy. Trying to deny that what's wrong with middle easterners being in a caravan to destroy the US immigration system. Has made this allegation while defending Trump's assertion in an interview with Robert Costa of the Washington Post Pence said it's inconceivable that there are not people of Middle Eastern descent and a crowd of more than seven thousand people advancing toward the border in the last fiscal year. We apprehended more than ten terrorists and suspected terrorists in our southern border from countries referred to in the lexicon is other than medical that means from the Middle East region. Vice president then revealed that Hernandez told him that leftist groups from Venezuela organized the caravan financed by Venezuela to challenge our sovereignty and challenge our border. Well, we'll see. Venezuelan's do hate the Venezuelan government does. It's become almost a visual associated with George Soros because he funds so much of this kind of stuff. We will eventually find out. We will eventually find out everything we need to know about who this is. And none of us are going to be surprised. Hey, folks, there's all kinds of advantages being able to work from home every now, and then if you are reliant on the computers and programs in your office, then working at home can be a challenge..

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The tax cuts work. Dot com. God do they work. Pekka people deny it look at the economy. Look at the statistics that are brought to you. I have a list here, by the way, I have a list that is so impressive. And you know, it's got to find it. But it's a great phenomenal list of some of the accomplishments. I think I should read it to you before I continue with the caravan and then tie it into this tax cuts, work dot com. I want to list was just printed of what what has been achieved. By by this president. And the trick is for me to find it for you. Because just a few. I can't I can't spend the whole time in reading here. Here are just a few. Four point two percent growth. In the second quarter of two thousand eighteen remember, we the new normal was two percent. Under two percent. Four point two percent. They said it would be impossible. For the first time in more than a decade growth is projected to exceed three percent over the calendar year. Four million new jobs have been created since the election more than three and a half million since Trump to coffees. More Americans are employed now than ever before in our history jobless claims or at the lowest level in nearly fifty years. The economy is achieved the longest positive job growth streak on record. Job openings are at an all time high and outnumber job seekers for the first time on record unemployment claims or at a fifty year, low African American Hispanic. And Asian American. Unemployment rates have all recently reached record lows African American unemployment hit a record low of five point nine percent. In may of this year, Hispanic unemployment is four point five percent youth. Unemployment recently reached its lowest level in more than fifty years. Unemployment rate for Americans without a high school diploma reached a record low three point nine million Americans are off food stamps since the election poverty rates for African Americans. And Hispanic Americans have reached their lowest levels ever recorded. Okay. Now does that convince you this stuff they told me to tell you? But that's why it is important to go to tax cuts work dot com. All they want. You to do is help them ensure that the tax cuts stay in place. Tax cuts work dot com. Pretty impressive list. Isn't it? So back to the caravan and the Wall Street Journal editorial on it. Mr zelaya. This is the Castro white and Venezuela. Right. Guy who try to install himself as a third term, president of endurance. When he was opposed by his own party by the parliament of Honduras, and by the the supreme court of his country, but he remains active in politics while center, right? President Juan Orlando Hernandez has encouraged. Has encouraged Hondurans on the journey to return home, and is even offer them assistance. Zillaya is egging them on. They end their editorial. The reality is that bowing to this migration. Blackmail with produce an American political backlash that would damage the cause of legal immigration and a humane refugee policy. Think of Germany's Angela Merkel and the twenty fifteen flood of Middle Eastern migrants. Mr. Trump is right to seek Mexican cooperation to make clear to the migrants that whatever their plight they cannot stampede over America's southern border. That's correct. Yep. Isn't that isn't that sort of? Why would that be obvious? What why are you a hater of foreigners? Why you were racist? Why are you any of these things if you oppose thousands and thousands of people coming into your country illegally? Maybe that's the difference between the nationalist and the non nationalist. You are allowed to ask. By the way. One expects people to say what is best for me. What is best for my family? What is best for my community? What is best for my nation? And what is best for the world. You are allowed to do that. But here's the beauty in general. What is best for the United States has been best for the world? Not because I'm an American am. I saying that I'm saying it because it's turned out to be true. Not always by by. No means Americans have been have been myopic at times. There's no question about it. Nevertheless, you would have to anybody would have to acknowledge was it in world interest that the United States win the Cold War was it in the world's interest at the US when World War Two was it in the world's interest at the US win the World War One was it in the US interest for that matter that the US defeat, communism everywhere. Why are you in the world interest to have communism ever victorious unless you don't give a damn about the people who suffer under communism all the globalists' rooted for hokey men? That's the irony. The American nationalist rooted for America in the Vietnam war, the world's the world globalists, the world's globalist rooted for coaching men. So let me ask you a question which was better for the globe, a communist victory or an American victory, which produced more suffering un-american victory or a communist victory. So they're full of bologna even in their concern for humanity. They're much more concerned in hurting the United States in helping humanity. How else? How else do you? Explain the fact that people rooted for hokey men all over the world all these globalists' wanted. This Vietnamese Stalin to win. It's a moral fraud. All of that stuff. It's just the fraud. But it sounds great. Oh, I care about humanity. That's what turned me off to the left when I was in high school. That they didn't oppose communism. Liberals did. But the left didn't. And even certain liberals.

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Paso? It was called Charlotte's, and you go and buy nice high end furniture. And then she did a bad thing didn't pay the IRS the IRS showed up in swooped in and charged her with tax fraud. Well, I'm not even talking about that he got his own DUI. He didn't get tax fraud. But Beto was like suddenly he thinks Silvester raise. Who's like, actually? So vast array is wasn't wasn't Sylvester rice his name was so vast array is he was really Mexican it was of Mexican heritage. And he was this congressman until bateaux Rourke son of Patrick O'Rourke, and Charlotte Rourke banjo is on the seed. I'm just Beto. You can vote for me. I'm better. Oh, really? Okay. I'm Bretault Alexis de maybe detto has far no. Against. Now. Ted Cruz for his part. Let me just say one thing here. Ten cruises real first name is Rafael. Okay. Another Ted Cruz goes as Ted Cruz. But when Ted Cruz was at the Harvard Latino law review, he wrote under the name Rafael Cruz was the author name on the pieces. He was Rafael crew, then he became Rafael Ted Cruz game Ted Cruz, and he ran for off. Okay. I'm just saying no, no hold on. Hold on. I don't know. Maybe there's a translation I'm not seeing. Robert francis. I could see how you could try to convince people that Robert is bento. I don't know where you get Ted at a Rafael s like two totally different names. That's like you go from Rafael to Theodore. That's why they call them lying. Ted, man. No, no, no. I just I just. I'm just saying it is LEGO come on, I know Raphael. Ted. Yup. But so people are going to play the advantages that they can play right? Protect Cruz, Rafael Ted Cruz, whatever you want. His dad really came from Cuba. He really fled Castro. I mean, the guy he really has a family history is connected to freedom and liberty and escaping and doing all that kind of the same. As Marco Rubio. Marco Rubio doesn't go around going on. I'm chad. Chad Rubio also does it go around going off? Marco. Nicely done. John show. AM seven sixty talk of breaking news, Jim chevette with the headlines. What's going on? Well, Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez said on Twitter tonight that he's requested permission from Guatemala's government to send civil protection agents to help Hondurans in Guatemala seeking transport for those wishing to return home. Hernandez sent the tweets has thousands of central Americans from a migrant caravan that began in Honduras last weekend were camped on Guatemala's border with Mexico. Senator Lindsey Graham remains highly skeptical of the Saudi explanation for journalists Jamal kashogi death, the Saudis have confirmed that kashogi died in the Saudi consulate in Turkey during a fight. A Russian woman has been charged with interfering in American elections, including next month's midterms through a social media effort aimed at trying to sway American public opinion to be the first federal case, alleging Russian interference in this year's election..

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The socalled bad guy with the gun was at least eleven states have passed laws allows security officers to carry dance on school grounds windsor johnston npr news more people suffering from the flu or checking in the hospitals for the third straight week according to the centers for disease control and prevention this year's flu outbreak is the worst on record since the two thousand nine pandemic pediatrician dr tiffany knife says it's getting late but the flu vaccine is still important the free shop may not be completely protective for the flu here it is certainly having an impact on the duration of and the quality air or intensity at the ten th the cdc says thirty seven children have died from the flu so far seven in the last week and hospitalizations from the illness or on the rise a total of thirty nine states reported high flew traffic to medical offices up from thirty to the week before the italian coastguards says it has helped coordinate the rescue of some eight hundred migrants on the mediterranean sea the coast guard said they were spotted and five boats including two rubber dinghies at least two bodies were recovered you're listening to npr news in washington under and president juan orlando hernandez was sworn in saturday of for a controversial second term maria martin reports came amidst a heavy security presence in the honduran capital president of phnom this who won the highly disputed election amid accusations of voter fraud took the oath of office in a ceremony at the national stadium he thanked his supporters for helping him win what he called the mother of all battles number said he'll work to improve conditions for all hunter in citizens and promised an open dialogue to help heal the country's political wounds analysts noted the absence of any heads of state at the ceremony and wondered how a dialogue could take place when thousands of police and military were out in force throughout the country for inauguration day some injuries and many detentions have been reported for npr news i'm michelle martin us copyright authorities on saturday decided to increase the royalty payments that music streaming companies like spotify on apple must make to songwriters and music publishers the move by the copyright royalty board will require streaming companies to share just over fifteen.

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Their jana raff npr news tiro turkish forces have crossed into syria to battle kurdish fighters and npr's peter kenyon reports and a the official in turkey says rockets from syria have hit a turkish border town killing one injuring thirty two turkish media or quoting a local official as saying several rockets from syria hit the town of ray han look causing the casualties an earlier rocket reportedly hit another border town but no damage was reported the rocketfire comes after days of turkish shelling followed by airstrikes the turkish military says its troops inside syria as well as free syrian army units are targeting kurdish wipe pg fighters that ankara has called a terror army the white bg is backed by the us in washington says the focus should stay on defeating islamic state forces egypt and iran both condemned the turkish operation which turkey's president says should be completed in a very short time peter kenyon npr news istanbul this is npr our germany's long political crisis is now over for now the country social democrats voted today to formally enter into talks with chance chancellor angela merkel conservatives to form a new government the vote comes after leaders of the social democrats argued there'd be a voter backlash if the impasse continued a second day of strikes is underway in honduras maria martin reports demonstrators are opposing the disputed election of president juan orlando hernandez the honduran opposition alliance led by candidates sabir bonus allah had called for a constant state of mobilisation against the widelyquestioned election of president have mom this but a heavy military and police presence throughout the country appears to have curtailed the massive marches and widespread roadblocks that marked last month's protests against the disputed election still there have been violent clashes one person was reported killed by police on saturday.

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Military in iraq for more than three months and bears ryan luca says the trump administration has designated the man as an enemy combatant the individual was taken into custody by american allies in syria in september and handed over to the us military he is suspected of being a member of the islamic state the us government has not released the man's name age or any other personal information and it continues to hold him without charge or access to a judge the american civil liberties union which does not know the man's identity has filed a petition to represent him and to give him a chance to challenge his detention in court the government says the aclu's case should be thrown out it says the group doesn't have legal standing to bring the complaint without either the man's agreement or that of a family member the government also says it can secretly hold the man for a quote reasonable period a ruling is expected soon ryan lucas and pierre news washington on wall street the dow jones industrial average is down more than eleven points the nasdaq is down eight you're listening to npr news the us government has offered support for the reelection of honduran president juan orlando hernandez despite sharp claims of fraud in the country's presidential election last month hernandes was declared the winner the us state department offered or as it's congratulations today but the agency added on tourist should continue to heal its political divide and work on electoral reform representatives of sexabuse victims are suing a roman catholic diocese in montana as part of a bankruptcy action it's to ensure more than seventy million dollars a church assets are available for those abused by church officials montana public radio's bo baker has more or committee of unsecured creditors representing eight sex abuse survivors sued the diocese of great falls billions in us bankruptcy court this week the church says the disputed assets are held in trust for its parishes and are unavailable for creditors the creditors argue it's part of the churches estate and should be made available for victims the diocese.

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm lorry london the trump administration is threatening to cut off us funding to countries that oppose his decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital us ambassador to the un nikki haley as addressing the un body as it prepares to vote to condemn the controversial recognition when we make generous contributions to the un we also have a legitimate expectation that our goodwill is recognised and respected when a nation has singled out for attack in this organization that nation is disrespected what's more that nation is asked to pay for the privilege of being disrespected haley says the us will be taking names of countries that vote against the united states at least four people are dead and dozens rescued after a ferry capsized today in the philippines npr's rob schmitz reports the ferry sake when strong winds in large waves began to batter a two hours into a trip to polio island off the coast of kayanza province according to a surviving passenger the vessel came to a halt and started taking in water when passengers dash to one side of the boat to begin to capsize and sink there were two hundred fifty one people on board and the coast guard reported an unspecified number of casualties bad weather is hampering the rescue efforts in the coast guard is coordinating with military for the possible deployment of air force helicopters and navy ships to aid in the rescue typhoons and storms poorlymaintained ferries in ships and law enforcement problems have often been blame for past disasters in the philippines rob schmitz npr news shanghai governments in parts of central america are advising citizens against travel to honduras amid tensions over its disputed presidential race election officials have declared incumbent juan orlando hernandez the winner of the november twenty six vote protests do continue.

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Let's talk about honduras now a country where there are calls for a new election yeah many people have been contesting the results ever since the vote on november twenty six protesters contend there was widespread fraud violent protests have led to the deaths of at least seventeen people were told now yesterday in electoral tribunal declared that the current president juan orlando hernandez is the winner but then the organization of american states that's kind of a like a united nations for the western hemisphere the oas said the election deserves to do over let's bring it appears carry khan from mexico city high carry hey good morning incitement scratchy throat him a maori all going through that this time of year isn't it on with honey is good for that can yeah i mean juice with water carrie the oas the steve mentioned sort of like the u n for that region right to this the big deal that they're calling for a new election hunters this is this is pretty big and it was set they gave us standing list of reasons why they felt there needed to be new elections the head of the election monitoring mission in honduras presented them in a lengthy print press conference last night it was so technical but i just give you some of the most stunning irregularities they noted they caught they said there were deliberate human intrusions into the computer system that counted the vote they said there were intentional elimination of digital traces in the system and even pointed to open ballot boxes and this one was most traveling they asked a georgetown university professor to analyze the results and he concluded that there wasn't extreme statistical improbability that late election returns could have swung so heavily toward the incumbent who declared the winner so the observe every tv gave the electoral process a poor grade and then the secretary general of the oas said last night it's impossible to say with any certainty who won let's do a deal over wells i mean that's a lot of technical language would basically saying like this election was rigged in a in a serious way they don't go that far but they were pretty close to it but the technical i would suggest a lot of that so we'll president hernandez rival salvador nasrallah was i know in transit when.

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Can place his supporters who say the government committed massive fraud have been protesting the result was some demonstrations turning violent sunday they took to the streets again protesters say the current president juan orlando hernandez the races unofficial winner must leave off with both mobilised were go local or mobility it told the crowd he wants a total recount done by international auditors carry con npr news tegucigalpa this is npr news venezuela's ruling socialist party has swept most state capitals and major cities in sunday's mayoral elections which were boycotted by several opposition parties electoral authorities say the ruling party won in forty one of forty two cities where winners were declared according to early official results several thousand protestors clog the streets of kim on sunday as npr's colin dwyer reports the demonstrators were demanding the release of an opposition leader with a passionate following and the tumultuous history you might remember mikhail saakashvili from the decade he spent as president of georgia or from his brief tenure are the governor in ukraine but these days he's not even a citizen of either former soviet republic yeah those citizenships revoked and both countries have levelled charges against him ukraine for its part says saakashvili has been working with pro russian groups to topple president petro poor schlenk oh and after a few failed attempts last week police finally managed to arrest saakashvili really but that has not sat well with his supporters who say he is just being targeted for his campaign against corruption they gathered sunday to call for his release and to increase their calls for another big item on their wish list porsche schenk impeachment colin wire npr news it's a new way to make money or lose money bitcoin futures began trading sunday has the increasingly popular virtual currency made its debut on a major us exchange the price of a bitcoin has soared since the beginning of the year from around a thousand dollars to well past seventeen thousand dollars i'm jim hark npr news in washington.

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"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"juan orlando hernandez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Country's nobel laureate whom he refers to in this clip as a s s k we literally genetic rises the one eagles also zootopia as any price so when she is criticize where she is very much pressure and he is under pressure from all it is right while they've got the has gone up with the strongest or thousands of people is not to have been devolved transition in this country we do go with the mopani reform of this nation and now he's heading bangladesh to me the refugees who fled across the border wall comey expect tomorrow pope francis is expected to meet face to face with several members of the royal hinge a community and also some of the aid agencies who've arrived to assist more than half a million refugees who fled for men mall to bangladesh we asked the pipe spokesman if he was more likely to feel liberated in bangladesh and therefore more able to speak explicitly about what has happened over the last several months greg turk the pope's officials spokesman said vatican diplomacy is not infallible he said we see this trip as bridge building and the start of a relationship the pope doesn't simply parachuting and solve everything so it'll be interesting to see how this pope who has spent so much of the last four years defending the poor the downtrodden and the suffering will respond when he his stories of grief and tragedy directly from the individuals themselves on jurists has been in political limbo since the presidential election on sunday a now current president juan orlando hernandez is officially leading by a narrow margin the main opposition candidate says he does not accept the count despite earlier vowing to respect the result salvador nasrallah says the document both he and president wom orlando hernandez signed has no validity tensions have risen with thousands of opposition demonstrators protesting in the capital take seek alpe against alleged fraud claudia clauses from bbc monitoring is covering the story from miami well according to heard anything of them right kenneth faith both by cnn and this anti baroness rallas sign an agreement to respect there were salsa of the election however now's relatives gave our press conference where he said that he will not recognize the results because they toro courses they don't wind down right after he signed the commitment they hit us with this is there has just been confirmed by the.

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