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Are Seasonal Allergies Getting Worse?
"Okay we are talking about whether or not allergies and is getting worse. So who talk to. Yes so. I called dr juanita maura. She's an allergist and immune allergist in chicago as an allergist. I get to tree people of all ages from little babies all the way to adults with environmental allergies. Asthma hives extra money. She absolutely loves her job. Especially because of that bit. She mentioned about working with generations babies. Adolescence parents grandparents all in the same family and she does a lot of education and outreach in the community to i want i want her to be my allergist brit i know right so mattie one of the things that wanted wanted to make really clear when i asked her about whether or not allergy season is getting longer is that we were specifically talking about seasonal allergies pollen exactly springtime which is tree pollen summertime which is grass pollen and ragweed which is fall. And then you have a mix of mold in the spring and fall to A mix brett. What a mix. Okay so what did you find out. This is an investigative report. And i want answers okay. I'm just gonna play the tape. It feels like allergy season is getting worse every year is that is that actually true is allergy season getting worse so definitely allergy seasons are getting longer spanning more days and we're also seeing higher numbers of pollen levels as well to
"juanita" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"To helping other women get in the driver's seat to supporting and encouraging women. is one of my missions in life. I have done a fair amount of public. Speaking to women's groups and a lot of the questions of similar regardless of what the career path is a lot of women wanna know. How do you balance family with was work of the work balance question there lot of very simple questions that you get from women who are trying to do it all and frankly that's one of the first things i say you cannot do it. All you can do have to prioritize you. Do have to figure out where your priorities are. And but we can have a successful careers and be part of a wonderful family as well and now. I am focused on the automobile business. Because we find ourselves needing more and more women to be involved in the automobile business but at the same time. Conversely women are not oftentimes. Do not seek careers in the automobile industry particularly the retail side of things. But there's lots of opportunity and fags. I have an application on my desk from a woman who just finished a vocational school. She's wants to be a technician. And i'm like get get in here girlfriend because we need you and we do have female throughout every aspect of the business and but not enough and i am encouraging them. I am a firm believer in diversity. And a part of that diversity is women and i have found that organization said respect women encourage women and frankly desire to have women in the workforce. Those organizations tend to do better for grenada and juanita mercedes. Benzes motto has a lot in common with their own the best or nothing. That's their motto. That's my motto is well. I don't like to be number. Two alex nothing. Nothing less mercedes-benz supports women at all levels of its organization. This month mercedes has partnered with us at encyclopedia were manteca to celebrate all those who are driving forward progress for all of march. Were talking about women in the driver's seat for more on. Why doing what. We're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll manteca weekly follow us on facebook and instagram. At encyclopedia were manteca special. Thanks to liz. Caplan my favorite sister and co-creator talk to you on monday..
As COVID-19 Vaccine Nears, Employers Consider Making It Mandatory
"Or require. That is a dilemma Many employers are facing as a covert 19 vaccine comes closer to reality. Ah, quarter million people in the U. S have died from Cove it once there's a shot can that can prevent illness Should it be mandatory in the workplace? NPR's Andrea Hsu has more Only a couple of months into the pandemic. Holly Smith had made up her mind. Her restaurant Cafe Juanita in Kirkland, Washington, would not reopen the diners until there was a covert 19 vaccine. She's She's already already told told her her staff staff you you are are going going to to get get vaccinated. vaccinated. Some Some of of my my young young millennials millennials are are like like Saran Saran taking. taking. This This is is a a directive directive like like as as a a mandate. mandate. Is Is that that how how you you mean mean it? it? And And that's that's that's that's a scary thing. You know, like Yeah. Yes, yes, Smith had 28 employees before the pandemic. She's had to lay off all but five. Her fine dining spot has become a take out on Lee business. Even with a much smaller staff, Smith is serious about safety. She requires her workers to get tested. If they go on vacation with people outside their bubble, or if they're showing any sign of illness. I believe in civil liberties and all those different things, but you know, we have people who live with their parents. We have people who lived with her husband, who has diabetes. The staff have to be healthy and safe before you could move forward, she says, you know for vaccinated I think I can move out in the world and be responsible for these 28 or 30 people. Plus all the people coming in. Now, if you're wondering, Can she actually do this? Can she require her workers to get vaccinated? The answer appears to be yes, but her workers also have the right to request exemptions. Under federal law. Someone could say I have a medical or religious reason I can't be vaccinated and companies must try to provide accommodations. It's incredibly hard to manage a mandate. Johnnie Taylor Jr is president of the Society for Human Resource Management, He says Each request must be evaluated on its own merits. Now imagine if there were hundreds of them. A recent poll found four in 10. Americans don't want the vaccine, though that polling was done before anyone knew how well the vaccines would work. So this is a true headache for HR professionals. That's why you're likely to see many companies strongly encourage the vaccine, but stopped short of mandating it. Take, for example, the pork producers Smithfield, the company told NPR. They're not anticipating a firm mandate, but they want to offer the vaccine on site. Even with all the headaches, Taylor things many employers will go for the mandate. After all, they have an obligation to get rid of any known hazards in the workplace like Covad. It's real and it's devastating. So I think the dynamic changes. Employers are actually going to position this as I need to do this full stop. Now. There are some workplaces that already mandate the flu vaccine, most commonly hospitals. Dr. James McDevitt is dean of clinical affairs at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He says the annual flu shot is required for some 14,000 people, doctors, nurses, med students, even the clerks. They're sitting in a computer that don't see live patients. It's the right thing to do for society, he says. If you claim an exemption, you have to wear a mask. Now with the covert vaccine. Baylor is not going to make it mandatory until they can actually get enough supply to cover everyone and until it's been deemed safe, not just by the FDA, McDivitt says, but by his own colleagues. Johnny Taylor Jr says. Whatever companies decide there are likely to be challenges. And so Congress and state legislators are going to have to think about how to offer some protection on both sides. Legal protection for companies that mandate the vaccine in case someone has a bad reaction. Even though you will have to sign a waiver before you get the shot. They've also gotta protect the employers who decide not to make it. Mandate and then who are sued by employees who contracted Taylor has been meeting with federal employment officials telling them employers want to do the right thing, but they're in a tough spot, and they're going to need help getting through this.
Judge rejects Chauvin divorce, citing possibility of 'fraud'
"Hi Mike Crossey of reporting a judge rejects their workshop is divorce agreement citing the possibility of fraud the divorce settlement between former Minneapolis police officer Derek schaffen and his wife has been rejected by a Minnesota judge because of possible fraud in an October decision Washington County district judge Juanita Freeman rejected an agreement that transferred most of the couple's assets to Kelly schaffen according to the Star Tribune attorney say the agreement could have been designed to protect their assets from civil action their workshop and is charged with murder and manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd Kelly schaffen filed for divorce on may thirty first after her husband was charged I might cross yep
Family demands release of evidence in Breonna Taylor's case
"Her family is demanding the release of transcripts from the grand jury hearings that led to no charges against police officers in Louisville Kentucky involved in the depths of Brianna Taylor lawyers for the family including Juanita Baker say they have seen the evidence they have questions for the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron the grand jury on the grand jury if your office make that decision yeah and where does the right to know what is it that we need to say I got it wrong when it was read by Brianna Taylor's mother saying Cameron had the power to do the right thing he had the power to help me in over four hundred years of oppression what he helped me realize is that it will always be us against them governor Andy Beshear is also calling for the Attorney General to release what evidence in the Taylor case he can I'm at Donahue
Brandon Nakashima on being mentally tough
"All Right? Welcome to the TENNIS DOT COM podcast I'm Juanita hosts as always Nina Pantic. I am joined in this episode with Irena Falconi Irene Hi. Hey, guys. How's it going? Our special guest is Brandon Nakashima Brandon Welcome. How are you good to be here? Thank you. It's great to have you brandon. You're just eighteen turning nineteen in August. you were the ranked number four junior in the world do turn pro after just a season at Uva and your ranked number two twenty in the world already. We're excited to have you on our first and most favorite question these days is how has your quarantine life treated you? And where are you? So I'm currently right now in Sandiego, compliment backup a home with my parents. mcgruther just been. Pretty much just stay low key during this time trying to. Keep a distance from people, and and so trying to maintain some. Some good training as much as I can, and just just trying to use his opportunity as a kind of positive experience in trying to make the most of it. Once Indian wells was cancelled. The whole tour was Kinda postponed. Did you back off a little bit? Take a break from tennis or have you just been consistently training? I actually had been consistently training actually from from when India wells was canceled them. In training actually the past couple months back at home here pretty much every day, so engaged some good fitness sessions in, so it's actually really beneficial for my game during this time. Making the most out of it, this is a good approach, so who you're working with I. Know that you were with pat cash. You added him to your team. You also had both trays as your fulltime coach. Is that still your setup today? no I've actually stopped working Bo actually. After the wells was canceled couple of weeks after we we decided to part ways low bit and I've kind of been working or last couple months with pat cash like he said. He's been you've been really beneficial for my game and teaching me some. So good stuff on the court, so it's it's been great so far also. So, Pat Cash, we actually had him on the podcast a little bit ago, and he told us you know what a joy it's been to be working with you and you're such a hard worker and everything so now let's get your side of the story. What's it like working with? Pat Cash? Tell us a little bit about his coaching philosophy and what he brings to your game. So yeah, it's. It's been great. Safari me. We first time actually met him was. is in Delray Beach when I made, that could run there, and he was just stared just dumb, just kind of feeling each other out watch washing the matches and then. After that we we kinda may like a set schedule for the next couple of weeks and connects go months actually to. Spend a certain amount of lease together and After the tour was canceled we decided to. Take a couple of weeks Training blog back here at home and It's been. It's been great so far. He's definitely a helped me improve. Lot areas of my game specifically the net transition game as as he's most famous for so It's been great having here and hopefully we can continue to Especial gets back on. and. Have you picked up any new hobbies or interests? During this time I? Know you said you didn't really take a break from tennis, but I know that pat has some interesting hobbies. He talked a lot about things like music and rock and roll, and he had some diet fact he shared with us. Have you been picking up anything different during? This is strange long hiatus. I mean H- not not really two particular mean even before all the star definitely like to play other sports. During my days off in free time, I liked to go out in golf balls. Sometimes special my days off and. I, guess during his time at tried to educate myself as possible. Kinda like outside the tennis court. Despite reading, read some books or some articles online about. Non Tennis stuff so just trying to keep improving educating myself during this time.
"juanita" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Juanita contrast between my campaign, and Joe Manchin, they're coming over to our side. That's why for tied or maybe up by one and the latest poll, we feel very good. But I have to tell you Mark. We have to get the word out because Chuck Schumer and the coastal elites, Bloomberg and Soros and all these radicals. They are coming and they're spending unbelievable money. We think it's going to be over twenty five million Virginia most expensive state in the country per capita in the Senate election. Patrick morrissey. If America wants to donate to your campaign, if the people of West Virginia wanna turn out and support you at the grassroots level. What is your website? Well, our website is Patrick Morrissey dot com, and that's to ours in one s and the folks consider donating twenty five dollars right now. He'd make a difference. We know that Schumer the other day just dump seven hundred thousand more money in the democrat senatorial committee put a couple of hundred morning today. We're fighting back in the arena, and we're gonna win. But you know, how we're going to win. We're gonna win through these grassroots patriots. That are listening to you Marc. I'll people care about the constitution people care about the rule of law. The separation of powers, that's what I been all about as the state attorney general of West Virginia. That's how I'm going to act in the US Senate but Patrick Morrissey dot com to ours. One s and please twenty five dollars year twenty five dollars there the limits. Twenty seven hundred we need to fight that Schumer mansion Clinton team because they've got the money, but we've got the heart and we have a Trump card. And you know, what if we can't get two Republican senators out of West Virginia, given what the Democrats have done to your state. It's going to be very very tough. So I hope the folks in West Virginia understand with mansion comes home, and he smiles, and he shakes hands any any kind of doesn't Lincoln a nod about the liberals and congressman somewhere he votes with them ninety eight percent of the time. So and on these big votes, you gotta sit breathlessly on the edge of your chair and wonder if he's gonna come through or not as he's trying to figure out what is best for his his political career. I assume Patrick you're going to take a leading role defending your state, you're going to take a leading role as a conservative. We are marking. And I appreciate you saying that as attorney general we helped lead a lot of these national challenges, we stood against illegal amnesty. And we were very strong. We took on that Barack Obama EPA time after time. And look we say no to this PC nonsense that comes out of the left. I mean, what they did is absolutely outrageous. And anyone who says that Joe Manchin? Well, he ultimately voted for cavenaugh. They have to look back at one point, do, you know that all of the shenanigans, and the obstruction resistant circus that we saw could have been avoided if Joe Manchin it's stepped out earlier instead of taking a powder when they called his name first. So that he could wait for the state of Maine for Susan Collins cast, the deciding vote that's a profile in cowardice. And that's not going to be my approach. I'm the exact opposite. All right. Patrick morrissey. I wish you all the best. I obviously support your effort very very strongly and give out your website again. So America can try and help you hear. Well. Thank you, Patrick Morrissey dot com, and that's to ours and one asks, and what's if you donate twenty five dollars or one hundred dollars. Whatever you can do. I'm fighting gets the machine, but I tell you what we're tied in the polls. And I think we're going to get it done because I think people speak a lot louder than money, but your money does help today isn't enough money to beat back these liberals Patrick Morrissey, attorney general in West Virginia. I hope the next Senator from West Virginia. Good luck to you, my friend. Hey, thank you, Mark. And I appreciate you talking to me up the next couple of days. All right. God bless you. Take care of yourself. To another great candidate folks another great candidate. You know? My producer. He was such a fan of my X chair. I finally decided it was time for them to actually own one. So I got him an X chair, and he loves it. Mr. producer, and I are different heights different weights. Yet,.
"juanita" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Best way we treat each other where we talk to each other. The way we do longer. Hopefully, dismiss Juanita. Thanks for sticking with us in Colorado. Hi, judy. Hi there. Norm. You'll have to bear with me. I work all the time. And I'm late in responding to something you had said about caucuses. But I thought that I had heard that you were not particularly for them. Correct. I'm very much against them. Yes. Okay. Well, I wanted to give my viewpoint when I go there actually, very touching to me. It is genuine grass roots and neighbors are very respectful 'cause those are the people that you know, you with giving your opinion to and from and the last two that I've been to we we're limited to an hour. But we get so much into discussion and hearing fairly from each other that we wish we had more time. How many people how many people can do what you just described? What the electorate can do what you just described how many people have to get their kids to school and have jobs and have obligations and don't have the time and having and the know the they're paying as much attention as they can. And they wanna participate as best they can. But they don't have the ability the resources, you seem to be assuming we all live this lifestyle where we can just take the time and do this. You're not recognizing the lives of people living out there. We've got to make it easy for for the maximum number of people participate Judy how about this. How about we make the caucuses voluntary and give a small portion of the delegates to that? But the bulk of it's gotta go to the bra if we're a democratic country Judy hold over with me. Hold over with me.
"juanita" Discussed on KTOK
"Visit Polston tax dot com. That's the voice of Juanita Broderick. I talked to her Monday. So there might be some stuff that's a little bit dated a little bit dated but wanted to talk to her because she is a real victim. And I say that because nobody's ever challenged whether or not well not legally anyway, whether or not she was actually a raped by former President Bill Clinton I wanted to talk to her about what she's seeing unfold right now in the United States Senate. It's always a pleasure to have you on. I hate the circumstances. We we just come on and talk about baking cookies or something some time because it's always really really heavy stuff. Rightfully so. Because you did not get the the the fair shrift that you deserved when you told your story the name of the book is you better put some ice on that. And it's the story where you say former President Bill Clinton before he was president actually raped you. Oh, yes. Yes. Most horrific of the end of my life. You know, I've lived with that for forty years, and the fact that you're strong enough to still talk about it is a real a commentary to your resolve until your strength. And I appreciate you keeping your voice loud. I mean, obviously, we're talking to you because there is a major double standard in this country. If you're on the left, and you commit rape or sexual assault or do something a harassing to somebody else. It's brushed under the rug. If you're on the right? Whether you did it or not you're guilty. And that's really what we're seeing. Right. Oh, exactly. I can't imagine these allegations being, you know, being brought forward like the Democrats have done this. You know, these would have been laughed at twenty years ago. And again, your allegations Paula Jones allegations, Kathleen, Willey's, allegations, they were left at and these you guys had real information. You had a who what wear in win. Let's compare and contrast because I've talked to a lot of people who are victims of sexual assault who've been strong like you to come forward. When something like this happens. It's a moment in time. And you know, where you were when you were who was there who was you know, all these things don't you? Oh, absolutely. That's just something that you cannot forget. And even as the anniversary of it rolls around. You know, you dread that almost like the death of someone you know, the anniversary of that. I it. It's it's with you forever. What do you make of the allegations from this? Dr Ford who says it might have been thirty years ago could have been thirty five maybe thirty six maybe it was at a party. I'm not sure I'm not sure where it was this guy. Judge was there. Maybe he wasn't. But my best friend says that she knows. And she says she doesn't know I mean. Can you possibly have an Asia about it? I mean, what what are we talking about here? No. I can't even imagine. I can't I absolutely can't imagine a fifteen year old girl, not telling your girlfriend, girls girls almost everything and for her not to have one witness. I had the lady that within thirty minutes after the rape that came to the room and found me, and then I told five other people, you know, it's something you cannot keep to yourself. It's Juanita broaddrick. She has written a book about how she was raped. According to her by former President Bill Clinton, it's called you'd better put some ice on that. And that's a reference to your lips, right, right? That's because he when I got loud during the right? He would bite on my upper lip until I it frightened me to death. I thought he was going to bite my lip off. And after the rape, my lip was swollen twice. The normal size are three times the normal size. It was bleeding, and he we're very callously as she left the room motion to my lip and said you'd better put some ice on that amazing. And what's interesting to me? And I've said this on my show probably five hundred times now Juanita Broderick should be believed because otherwise she would have been sued for every dime. She has over a false allegation. Obviously the Clintons would have sued. You this is liable. This is slander this is everything if it didn't really happen. The fact that they're not speaks volumes doesn't it? Oh, yeah. Yeah. And he he couldn't even say that he was somewhere else. You know, we need to be investigated. They proved that he was in Little Rock that day. And of course, I have my seminar registration form, you know, day. So yeah, it's it's disgusting. Joe though, it is disgusting. It's one eater Broderick. The book is you'd better put some ice on that going get this book. It's a very important story that needs to be told the media's not telling it will need a what are your thoughts about the media? Suddenly having a come to Jesus when when there were some women who are making the gains against our our current president. The media said we really screwed up. We should've believed Juanita broaddrick. We should've believed her story we were wrong. We should have really gone after Bill Clinton. It's too bad. We didn't. But it's a good thing that we're going after this one that was just them covering their back. So that they could they could actually investigate the current allegations. Right. Right. That's one I tweeted, you know, if Dr Ford can't show up I I'm available. You really would you would you would go and testify wouldn't you Monday? If they asked you to. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You know, we're not tweeted that out. I was angry woman kept stalling if she has something to say go say it, and I thought my Lord, I'll go, and of course, they didn't take you up on that. Because the left is deathly afraid you've got people on the Senate Judiciary committee that are watching these Dianne Feinstein. You've got a mazy Hirono. You've got what's her face from from California right now. But but these women are alleging that every man is guilty. If you say that it happened it happened. You're not allowed to question the person. But then again, all we have to do is look at your story in the story of the other women that have made allegations against former President Clinton and every single one of these women as far as I know didn't say a peep about any of it. No. And and and look at Feinstein and Durden and those people that were used to read my record with the independent counsel. They Henry Hyde kept saying, please reader records. We're not going to bring her into the impeachment hearings that you need to see who were dealing with day refused along with every democrat. Well, they wanted it to go away this one they don't want to go away because there are so many holes in Dr Ford story holes that you that you very wisely punched holes into I mean, you you're actually opening our minds up to what could be what might not be again, you would go in a second to go testify. Now, there's another allegation because that one is so weak now, there's another one suddenly there was some spin the bottle game where everybody got this woman. Deborah Ramirez drunk, and and her story is sketchy at best as well. What do you think is going on here? Juanita. Oh, I think it's political. I think they're doing everything that they can to stall the vote on Cavanaugh. There's no doubt. When when somebody makes these allegations only go back to where I I started. You're not gonna forget the details. Are you? I mean, when something could you tell me what Bill Clinton was wearing that day. Oh here he had on a sport coat and a in an open shirt. It was either wide or tan or light blue at it's forty years ago. This woman Ford says she's not sure she might have had a bathing suit on. She might have been in her underwear. She's not sure the guy Ford or the guy judge might have been in the room. But maybe he wasn't. But I definitely told my friend the friend who by the way is a lefty has said, I don't remember that. So I mean, the the fact that there are no details shouldn't we be wise. Adults now in say, listen every allegation is serious. And we should take them all seriously. But sometimes there's just nothing there. No. And there is nothing there. And and I said, you know, it's sad and people keep asking how can you as a victim, not sympathize with Dr ward, and I said simply and plainly, I do not believe her in every every woman on the Senate Judiciary committee has said I do Kamala Harris is that I couldn't think of in Spartacus. Also, Cory Booker. Everybody just believes her. They just believe or because you have to believer. Yeah. Just like Senator gillibrand said she knows. This woman is telling the truth. How emmy? Does she know she doesn't, and that's the problem with with people like that, it is Juanita broaddrick? She of course is an author. She wrote a book about the night. She says she was raped by former President Bill Clinton it's called you'd better put some ice on that. When it comes to the lawyers involved. Do you have an opinion? Like, there's Deborah Katz. Who is a lawyer for Dr Ford is a far left wing democrat a fund raiser for Hillary Clinton resist at all costs person. Can't we that should be front and center, shouldn't it? Oh, it should. And I did an article just the other day about it. You know, cats and banks were staunch he'll report they even had this thing that they put on their Facebook or some accounts that they couldn't wait to get their white suits like Hillary war. They're white pants suits to wear to the inauguration when she was elected president. And then I mean, I mean, and then to go after the sketchy and vague allegations against brick having all my God that is the most flagrant and glaring form boxer say that, you know, something that most of us will never know. Hopefully, anyway, and that is how disgusting the media can be how disgusting the left wing in this country can be did they care at all about you, your feelings your reputation, your emotions your family as they disbelieve Jew, and basically called you every name of the book. Oh, no. They did they call me every name in the book. I find. The aftermath NBC dateline interview could not watch the TV because of the character assassination on me, you know. And here I am. I'm orig- drink nurse nursing home. I was a very very good businesswoman. And I had no reason to lie. Well, you didn't I in fact, you were bringing, you know, a whole lot of heartache and pain to yourself if you were making it up, there wouldn't be a reason to lie about this. I mean, nobody wants to have the story that you have and to tell that story took a lot of strength has anybody ever apologize to you. Because the media apologize publicly. We're sorry. We should have believed. Juanita broderick. Have they apologized to you and has Bill Clinton ever apologized to you. Yes. Bill Clinton did in nineteen ninety one. And that's also in my book, I was down at a seminar in Little Rock with my nurses. This one of them was the same nurse that found me that day seventy eight and someone comes to the door and says we need to broaddrick is wanted outside. So I get up and leave and my nurses, follow me out and the gentleman points down around the corner by the elevator. And he said you're wanted down there. I go down around the corner. There's dance Bill Clinton. I had not seen this monster for thirteen years and he rushes over Jamie with his Arkansas state policeman standing behind me behind him. And he says, you know, what I'm so. Sorry for what I did. I I'm a changed man. I'm I'm a family man shocked me Joe, and I just sort of backed up from him. And I started crying. And I said you go to hell and I walked back to the us. And of course, I said what did he want not told him, and we will? All in disbelief. But of course, two weeks later he announced he was running for president. Right. So he figured somebody would have dug duct that story up. And he wanted to make sure oh, no, no. We've we've resolved that. That's all taken care of misunderstanding. I'm sure that's what he was doing. Oh, yeah. But you know, what bothered me the most about that is our always been worried and always looking over my shoulder. But that he and his people knew where I was could reach out. Exactly where you were. You think that's what he was letting you know, I know where you are at all times. That's what I felt. Yeah. Has the media ever apologize? Juanita. No, no. Except for Michelle Goldberg with the New York Times, she came out with her article just a few months ago, I believe Juanita now that did surprise me. But so much of the other liberal media realized this they realized they realized their error. Well, I I hope they do. I don't know that they realize the air. I think that they're they're pretending to realize the error. So they can go after the right now because the the shoe appears to be on the other foot. It's one either broaddrick B R O A D D. I C K going get her book you'd better put some ice on that. It's her story. She says the night that the Bill Clinton raped her. And it's a harrowing tale that you need to hear that you should have heard by now if the media didn't brush under the rug either, thanks a million. Can we talk again soon? Oh, sure. Joe anytime, we appreciate when need a ain't you. She should be believed that she should have been believed from the very beginning. And that's the saddest part of this whole thing. The left doesn't really care about victims, the left cares about political expediency and political advancement. That's it. Your thoughts. One eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. Stay right here. Newsradio one thousand. Message.
"juanita" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Do you think our standards have gone down in any way? Do you think that we're more trusting of these women? What? How do you assess the allegations against cavenaugh in light of your own? The vote, the very high standards you used in reporting on need a Broderick. That's a very good in hard question. I do think standards had gone down, but I think the culture has evolved studies of women who have been assaulted have been have evolved, for example, we know now through a lot of work that it's very rare for a woman to make a false accusation. So I think that fits into people's reporting and thinking, I mean, what when's the last time you heard of a woman accusing prominent politician of something like this at didn't end up having a shred of truth in or at least she believed it. So I, I don't think I don't think our standards have changed. I think the culture and the times have changed. I think we're more apt to believe the woman and what the standard seems to be, which was the same standard I had, we could who did the person's, how contemporaneous or who did they tell it all? And you know, in the case of most of these me too stories, there was contemporaneous reporting. Dr. Ford wasn't contemporaneous, but it was five years ago. So I think that seems to be the standard. I'm still a little bit of. I have a mixed feeling on miss Ramirez. I'm just not sure where that's going right now, but it's a fascinating point about about the culture. Evolving and how we look at these accusations differently and that that factors into how we assess the evidence and and whether to make the decision to to publish or not. And that makes a lot of sense to me. You know, we still have to be incredibly rigorous. And as you say, you know, do all the cross checking and and and and and looking for contemporary accounts, but but attitudes change. And I think that is also reflected in journalism sometimes as it should be exactly. Well, we will be watching all this play out on Thursday, assuming the hearing comes off as as advertised, and we'll get a chance to set that make our own assessments of the credibility of the two witnesses scheduled to testify Christina Ford. And I had that. I appreciate you guys. I, I'm just reading that that the the majority in the did you hear committee hired a lawyer to question Dr? Ford on behalf of both the Democrats and Republicans, does that mean that members are not going to question her at all? Well, that's a great question Lois, and because I was thinking about this the other day, when I when I heard that this was something that they might do. I can't imagine that these senators would kind of just sit on their hands and not ask questions themselves. I think it would look terrible for them to to to do that, particularly on the Republican side, which is as it was during the Anita hill. Clarence Thomas hearings, you know, entirely male. In fact, the Senate Judiciary committee there has there has not been a Republican member of the Senate Judiciary committee in two hundred and two years. And it will look so transparent if they hire a female lawyer to ask the questions and and do not. Have you know the spine to ask questions themselves. So I have to think that they will also ask questions, but maybe they'll just leave the hard ones up to whichever lawyer they hire. I dunno, Issakov. What do you think? Well, I'm absolutely certain Democrats are going to take advantage of the opportunity to ask questions. I think I've heard some talk that they're gonna let Kamala Harris play. The lead former prosecutor really tough grueling. Interrogator, but I think you'll see the others weighing in. I've heard Shelton White House saying, of course he's going to ask questions and I imagined. Questions, right? Right, right. Those early gonna, ask questions. The interesting thing will be see how the Republicans do it, but at by the way that does remind me of one other thing I noticed in reading over the clips, Juanita Broderick. One reason she talked to you and Lisa Myers and not some others is she wanted to tell her story to a woman, not a man. Yes, that's absolutely true..
"juanita" Discussed on Skullduggery
"I mean, we were sitting there at wondering what to do and if we should ride it and the second Dorothy Rabinowitz, you know, put it in the mainstream media. We thought, okay, we might as well go with it and just tell it as narrative. And then a couple of weeks after that is when NBC aired it, you know, low as fascinating because I was going to ask you to talk about how the piece was received when you first when the post first published it. Because my recollection was that in kind of elite liberal media circles. People really didn't wanna hear that much about this. We, you know Clinton and some would say, star put us through this drama. This kind of national soap opera he'd already been impeached and acquitted, and people just kind of didn't have the stomach to go through it. There may have been other factors as well. Why people didn't wanna hear this story, but how how was it received in what was it like to be the reporter who I really told this story in in in an Ashwell newspaper in the news pages of national newspaper. You know, I don't remember it being particularly negative. Now keep in mind. This is way before Twitter and Facebook. So I, I do. You know, I'm sure we got some letters to the editor, but you know those who are very distant thing that we would get. You know somebody on a piece of paper, so I don't recall any. I mean, I recall push back on that day. A lot of Democrats calling me and Peter Baker, you know, saying, this is just trash while you're doing this, that kind of thing. Right? So I'll. Lowest. I was gonna say, actually, you did get some flack because I looked and the ombudsman the ombudsman of washing post at the time, wrote a store, wrote a column saying, this is a story that should never have seen the light of day the outlook piece by Tom Rosen's steel and and talk. And Bill cottage, criticizing the peace. And we've moved from journalism of corroboration and verification to journalism of assertion, criticizing the the paper for running the peace and, and of course, as you mentioned the, the Clinton folks were quite precipitous in their attacks on the on the peace, including. The old Powell and two times skulduggery guest laughing Davis out there. Sure. Remember Lanny being out there now I, I have to be really honest with you. I'm sure. At the time, the ombudsmen and op Ed piece, you know, we're we're, you know harmful or or at least I had a reaction to them, but I don't remember them right now, but I'm not surprised by it at all. You know. Has changed. I wanted to ask you about that. What differences do you see between the way people reacted to the Juanita Broderick story? And the way people in this country are reacting to these latest accusations against against Brad Kavanagh and the women who are making them. I think it's night and day. I mean, and I mean not to be a broken record on the metoo movement, but it did make it okay for everybody to come out and and to defend these women. And as you were saying earlier, Dan, it was just unsavory back then. I mean, people were grossed out by all these stories. They didn't want to hear about the blue dress and you know the cigars it was like, and I, you know, and it was really interesting back then the more the more this stuff came out, the more Hillary Clinton's numbers went up. You know, she, she remembers were always kind of hovering in the middle there and they would like spike up to seventy every time more back up, came out about him because people didn't like it and they felt bad, but this metoo movement has allowed. You know everybody to see a lot of women to come forward Edmund. And I think what you're seeing also this in the last two weeks about why I didn't come forward is just amazing. You know, after the president. Tweeted, she would have conformed. I mean, what you're seeing right now is people just flooding zones about why they didn't come forward. And remember one needed convoked for twenty years. Twenty years was like that happened in seventy eight and she didn't speak about it so seventy nine. The other thing that I think is kind of interesting about all these cases that politicians and high profile men needs to be aware of inputting break..
"juanita" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Hey, Wallis. Thanks for. Thanks for joining us at. Thanks for having me. So we just reviewed the essence of the Juanita broaddrick story. And we played a couple of clips from Lisa Myers interview with her that ran on NBC dateline, but you were digging into the Juanita broaddrick story from the beginning for some time you interviewed her many times. Tell us a little about how you found her in the first place and what your experience was reporting out. That story. Sherry had been around for a number of years in Arkansas. She had confided it to where she had confided to friends contemporaneous Lii and she she had also told a couple of Clinton haters if you're call, you know Clinton. Although he had been elected multiple times in Arkansas. He was a, he was pretty controversial character and he had a group of of what we used to call the haters. And it was just everybody who did not like Bill Clinton. So this got around in those circles. And when with being investigated, for you know, the impeachment issues and Paul Johns, everybody became re riveted on this. And at the time I was actually living in Oklahoma. So I drove to her home and knocked on her door and she came out and she was in the process of talking or she had already finished talk. Talking to NBC and there was a serious question about whether NBC was going to air this. It was very controversial. So she basically on her front porch confirmed that it had happened or at least allegedly happened, told me the quick outline of it. And then you know, said that she just wasn't ready. She had talked to Lisa Myers, she didn't know what was happening, but she just wanted to hold off so over the course of at least six months. And this is not unusual by the way with these these stories, because the women who have been victimized, it takes them time to come forward into and to have a comfort level talking about it. So over the course of the ensuing six months, I would just check in with her and every time I checked in with her, we would have more of a conversation and it was all off the record. But in the end it was on the record because she allowed it to be. So I just collected string for, I don't know eight months. Eight months. So this is right all during the whole Clinton impeachment process over Monica Lewinsky. You were talking to Anita Broderick and hurt all this, and let me just ask you, what was your sense of her when you heard her account? I very credible. And the reason is she examined her own credibility and what she said was well, first of all, no one came forward in nineteen seventy nine and he was a powerful figure at that point in Arkansas. But in addition to that, she felt like she was at thaw which is not unusual, but you also felt vulnerable because she had let him come up to her hotel room. Never expecting this to happen, but she was also having an affair with her now husband. So she was married having an affair and she was worried that if this came out, she would be this rated so lowest one of the complications. With her story was that she had, I think, once maybe twice under oath denied that the incident had happened at all in the in the Paula Jones litigation, how much of a of a, how much did that factor in to your thinking about whether this story that you could do, how obviously she was, I guess, persuasive in the end about why she did that, but talk about that for a little bit. Again, I I don't. I don't think that factored in a huge way because the feeling was that she seemed extremely credible. She had contemporaneous Lee told a number of people who had great detail and that part of the story that she had signed the affidavit. My recollection is it's not that we didn't consider it, but I think the calculation was she was terrified. I don't think the Clinton people put pressure on her. I think she put pressure on herself and didn't want she wanted everyone to leave her alone..
"juanita" Discussed on Skullduggery
"He starts to. But, oh my. Try to pull away from him. Then he forces me down on the bed. This was very frightened. Tried to get away from even until deep, no. What this. Listen to me. Did you resist? Did you tell him to stop? Yes, totally. Please don't. He was such a different person at that moment. He was just a vicious, awful person, pretty powerful stuff. And. You can. You can hear the pain that Juanita Broderick is experiencing as she's relying the story. And of course, for those who watched it, you could you see it's many ways even more gripping and then you know, probably the part that really grabbed people. The most came as Clinton was leaving the room. She says that Clinton had been biting on her lip. She her lip became swollen. She was bruised and she relates the last words that she heard from Bill Clinton before he left the room when everything was over with. He got up and straightened himself, and I was crying the moment and he walks to the door and calmly puts on his sunglasses. It is before he goes out the door. He says you better get some ice on that in turned out the door on your lip. Yeah. That was one of the more memorable moments of when Broderick's account. It's hard to walk. I mean, it's hard to walk. It's hard to listen to, and of course it does bring up a point that I think maybe we'll get into which is that these stories, these cases become, you know, kind of partisan footballs, and it is interesting to me that Juanita broaddrick is has not really been part of this conversation that we're having about Brad Kavanagh. And this was something that Republicans and conservatives flogged over and over again. And for the most part, not an example that liberals have turned to all that often. And it's just another measure of how you know how partisan everything has become. And sometimes we lose sight of the human story in in in in in these. In this moment. I, I wanted to talk to my colleague and friend Lois Romano about this because Lois spent a lot of time with one product, interviewing her, trying to assess her credibility, trying to report out the story. And I believe we have Lois on the line..
"juanita" Discussed on Skullduggery
"She told them what happened in real time shortly after it occurred. And of course, that was always the yardstick that I used when I was investigating the Paula Jones sexual harassment claims, and it's one that people reporters look for. To assess whether to believe account of from a, whether to believe a, he said, she said, count where there's no video. There's no photographs. There's no definitive proof one way or the other. But when you tell somebody in real time, that's significant. I you're absolutely right, and I think it brings up one. I think, contrast between then and now and it has to do with journalism and with our standards for publishing or airing these kinds of stories back then and now, and I wonder maybe this is something we can get into is whether those standards have lowered a little bit. When you go back and you look at the Washington Post story at the time and the NBC piece at the time, it was pretty rigorous. They were almost bending over backwards to show every possible gap in the story, or, you know, you know, doubts or credibility issues. And I think that there's a lot of, you know, really good journalism happening right now in this area, but. I think the standards have lowered maybe a little bit interesting because precisely that charge that standards had lowered was leveled against the reporters who who disclosed, Juanita broaddrick story at. So we're going to have one of those reporters on with us to talk about it Lois Romano who was a reporter for the Washington Post for many years veteran and she our byline was on the front page Washington Post story that ran back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. But before we bring Lois in, I just want to sort of remind people of the essence of of one eight abroad story and also play a couple of clips from the interview that Lisa Myers. NBC news did with Juanita broaddrick that aired on dateline on national TV, and I should point out that that came as. Did the Washington Post story after the Clinton impeachment trial was over in the Senate, and he had been acquitted when it could no longer have the influence that I think many people hoped it would. So just the basics, Juanita Broderick was nursing home operator in Arkansas. She had met Bill Clinton in April one thousand nine hundred seventy eight when he was running for governor. He was the attorney general, as I mentioned before, she expressed interest in in volunteering for his campaign Clinton invited her to give him a call when she was next in Little Rock. She did on April twenty. Fifth, while she was there for a nursing home convention Clinton. Invites himself up to her hotel room for a Cup of coffee says he didn't want reporters would be mulling milling about downstairs. We wanted to talk to a privately. She invited him on up and then she says, he began to make some sexual advances to her and he kept pressing her for in in the course of those sexual advances. We have a couple of clips. I wanna play where you can hear, Juanita, broaddrick, tell the really key parts of our story about what came next and he tries to kiss me again. And the second time he tries to kiss me. He starts biting lip..
"juanita" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Saying is an enemy is my enemy is he a friend no i don't know him well enough but the couple of times that i've gotten to meet him we get along very well believe juanita along well i think we get along well but ultimately he's a competitor he's representing russia i'm representing the united states so in a sense what competitors not a question of friends or enemies not my enemy hopefully someday maybe he'll be friend could happen all right well there's donald trump speaking about ladimir booting does he say that kind of stuff about angela merkel of germany or or or emmanuel macron france i hope that we're going to be able to get along with russia i think we probably will be able to i'm just astounded that the republican party which has always been god and country and flag and patriotism has so totally collapsed in his dealmaking with russia that they are now covering up a foreign nation intervening and rigging our election and they're helping covered up for their own power and figures in their own party the whole thing is really really quite amazing all right well i've got senior legal analyst time for you in the next hour and here's the key to that don't lie to a judge but that rule everybody knows everybody knows that rule don't lie to judge very very unwise there's a second corollary to that rule and that's the key to senior legal analyst time we'll get there in a half hour but right now it's you and me at one triple eight three two one six thousand in one and romaine in chicago thanks for being with us on w cpt and thanks for your patience never called you i was calling right at five o'clock man today has been a great day why what's up i woke up to chino any blowing up nato and he actually uttered what i am a stable genius again right he did it a second time he did he's a very stable genius i where's mr ed when you need them mr ed that's the beginning of mr ed that's hello i'm mr ed mr ed i mean there it is so when you have that then you have a a loving the fact that paul manafort you know requesting to be transferred the transfer i want to be transferred because he's not going to have the luxuries that he's we're covering that in the next hour that's gonna be senior legal analyst time rachel matter let's give her let's give her the credit right off the bat she did a marvelous job last night in her show and we were able to grab some of the best clips because you know we only get the best clips around here believe me and so we've got some of the best gifts from rachel we'll be doing as part of senior legal analyst time at the beginning of the next hour but romaine yes paul manafort and his lawyers used his remote location as an excuse to try and get to judge do something but they were not sincere and they got caught and that's a problem and they got caught it blew up in his face and so then i want to read them because i know you got a lot you know you've got a lot to cover you know i i i was kind of you know fbi you know they've been kind of leery or whatever mr saddam today handed all those republicans who they were going to just sit there and and just beat him down they all left with egg on their face batman here's a true patriot and he did it under some very very difficult circumstances right i mean you've got louie gohmert over there you know rubbing salt into the wounds of hey everybody now in america knows that you cheated on your wife and you cheated on her with a fellow employees the fbi and you modifying your girlfriend when she was freaking out over donald trump i'm sure your wife is feeling really good about that when she goes to visit friends and goes out to lunch with her friends and goes to the mall and caesar neighbors i've sure everybody's really thrilled that you discharge right.
"juanita" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Vote there and i think jerry's going to second the nomination for laura's la esperanza jerry you're on the air it's the chris daniels show welcome yeah the family that all the family that owns sponsor one of the air has a restaurant in a row seat called martha's and one of the curses as arrest in ridley called one ito's and three different three different restaurant locations food is all it's all missing recipes and stuff but yeah the topos are fantastic you go and you like like a really good nachos or something like that juanito serves a column juanita's chips one utah let us other called sp chips and martyrs they're called marcus marcus chips okay and this this little familial constellation are all three of those restaurants there they're all getting the same cooking at all three restaurants yeah they're all at that same standard yeah because it's all the same family it's just you know an wanted to have her own business you know but it's all the same and it all started from lettuce but i'd say cover beautiful jerry thank you the second on that man four nine hundred fifty eight fifty.
"juanita" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"My name is ken matthews and this is the rush limbaugh show and both snerdley and i and magic mike we're having a little talk about johnny depp who according to rolling stone has blown through well over half a billion dollars i mean he's been on some rough times and i made the comment this guy could have been huge and and both snapped and he's he's he's being restrained now he said he was huge can't blow through half a billion dollars unless you're huge what i meant was as a fan of johnny depp from back in the day from from what's eating gilbert grape and back in the day like jump street day here's a guy who is so mass appeal i mean moms and dads and kids and adults and just it there's no button he can't push and then something went horribly wrong and he blew through half a billion dollars and of set boasts inertly i just don't know how that happened eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two speaking of reading here's a great summer read a wonderful summer read i read the book it's actually very well written it was self published because no one wanted to risk publishing it here's what it's called you'd better put some ice on that the juanita broderick story co authored with nick luli how i survived being raped by bill clinton this is a great read if you guys you're heading to the shore you folks that still have i'm with her stickers on your car this is a must read for you it's chock full of stuff that the news media has ignored for decades and continues to do so you better put some ice on that and the reason it's called that if you don't know is one of bill clinton's first rape victims was juanita broaddrick and after some horrible things happened juanita describes it in this particular chapter and bill said you lip your lips all messed up you better put some ice on that and to this day women go oh my god no so pro woman let's go to did we talk to melody yet no we didn't let's go to melody in jacksonville florida hi melody you're on the rush limbaugh show oh my goodness i'm so excited to talk to you thank you for taking my call we'll thank you for calling i just wanted to add to your comment earlier about melania trump jacket and the guy that had something to say about it i personally think that milania can wear whatever she wants because this is a free country and it's just ridiculous how people are trying to take away our first right as an american and it's almost infuriating about millennials and snowflakes and just that cole jazz just younger than just younger i'm bad at this.
14 show dogs found safe in California after being stolen in van
"A thurston county judge approved bias ballot language is sixteen thirty nine komo news time is now four thirty eight a group fight in the expansion of a canadian pipeline maiden seattle yesterday some environmentalists say the expansion of the trans mountain pipeline will threaten puget sound they're fighting a propose increase the amount of tar sands and crude oil shipments that arrive in washington by tanker train or pipeline the groups of canada has aligned itself with big oil and it's not listening to concern we now also have confirmation that the puget sound pipeline a spur of the existing trans mountain line that operates in washington state was part of the sale king county executive dow constantine also spoke yesterday opposition of the pipeline police in kirkland are looking for a man to expose themselves to women while they're walking juanita bay and want any beach parks yesterday police wretched stench released a sketch of the man and we have posted on our website komonews dot com if you recognize who the person is you're asked to call kirkland police and all fourteen show dogs that were inside a stolen van or now safe and sound the dogs from the seattle area and the van was stolen wednesday in redding california police say their police there say someone spotted the van in a nearby wooded area thursday morning smashed a window to rescue them the owner is glad the dogs are all safe so really everybody came and gave me hugs everything so it was awesome to hear that okay say the dogs were hot but okay and were taken to a vet to be checked out police have not said if anyone was arrested the raf wearing a thirty thousand dollar reward for information and komo news time is now.
Bellevue’s Valve pulls school-shooting video game off site after backlash
"A man they say exposed himself to women while they were walking in one nita bay juanita beach parks we have a scheduled komo news dot com if you recognize him called police bellevue based gaming company says they won't block new video games unless they're illegal or deliberately designed to be provocative this is the same company that made headlines last month over active shooter a game that simulates school shootings komo's gave cohen has more on this new policy stephanie robin it finds herself in a real life fight with a video game company i think we should be scared as a society what this means the mercer island mother is taking on valve a gaming company in bellevue that hit headline last month over active shooter game they plan to put on their platform steam and lets players simulate school shootings stephanie posted a petition demanding the game be poll to this day it's gathered more than two hundred seventy thousand signatures surprised that so many people signed the game is reprehensible valve removed active shooter saying the games developer is unknown troll but they hit restart on the controversy with a blog post that claims from now on they're not going to stop any games unless they're illegal or quote straight up trolling we shouldn't be choosing for you what content you can or can't buy they wrote if you're a developer we shouldn't be choosing what content you're allowed to create those choices should be yours to make stephanie was disgusted i say free speech only goes so far i can't go into a movie theater and shout fire i feel like those same things should apply to child murder she's now hoping for more regulation though she still considers this common sense if it's not clear to corporations that we should not profit from and glorifies school shootings i don't know what we can expect from our society spokesperson for valve emailed me back to tell me active shooter is not making a comeback saying while the developer behind it was quote we reject active shooter if it had been submitted by any other developer gave cohen komo news more than a dozen show dogs from our area that turned up missing on their way to a show in northern california were found safe yesterday the owner is thankful no hard feelings twenty four seven news the news you want when you want it on komo news i'm michael preston.
"juanita" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"I asked if we could come to his office on our lunch break at noon number four from juanita broaddrick bill clinton replied he would not be in his office that day and said he could come to the camelot hotel shortly and meet me he said he would call when he got to the coffee shop number five juanita broderick on this the fortieth anniversary of the rape she says i told norma the plan she went onto the seminar the sinus in i told her i would be there as soon as i left the coffee shop i waited for the call number six from one eight broaddrick in a short time the phone rang bill clinton said he was at the coffee shop but it's very crowded and then said can we have coffee and discuss this in your room i was nervous but he was the attorney general i agreed in order coughing number seven from juanita broaddrick after the coffee arrived there was a knock on the door i opened it and there stood bill clinton and sunglasses i ushered him to the table and pour the coffee and began to talk about information i had brought number eight from juanita broaddrick on the fortieth anniversary of the rape he motioned for me to come to his side of the table and was pointing out the window i walked to where he was to look he said it was an eighteen hundred jailhouse he wanted to restore when he became governor number nine from juanita broaddrick as he pointed to it he put his arm around my shoulder and i backed away he then grabbed me and started kissing me i was so startled and shocked i told him no number ten from juanita broaddrick she says when i realized he was not taking no for an answer i began to scream that is when he began to bite my upper lip every time i screamed then he shoved me backwards onto the bed number eleven for more you broddrick on this the fortieth anniversary of the rape after forty years i'm still very emotional and tearing up remembering what followed it was a forcible brutal rape number twelve from juanita broderick afterwards i was sitting up on the side of the bed crying he simply straighten themselves and very cold and casually walked.
"juanita" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"On the fortieth anniversary of juanita broaddrick alleged raped by then arkansas attorney general bill clinton today's fortieth anniversary make some real clear i've always i've always believed juanita broaddrick always always always always ever since i saw her twenty two minute interview with lisa myers on dateline nbc back in nineteen ninety nine the edited down from five hours and they wouldn't let her tell about hillary intimidating or and they refused to put the video interview on television till after the impeachment and they ran it while the grammy's were on the same time on another network so hardly anybody saw it and they never did a rerun on it unlike a lot of the stuff they do but i've always believed juanita broaddrick and it was an honour to interview her recently when her new book came out which you can get amazon so anyway and we got an article about this up on the care and facebook page already bill clinton accuser juanita broaddrick recounted in detail her alleged raped by the former president forty years ago to the day in a series of tweets which she started this morning parental advisory this is this is gonna be kinda rough okay and here's what juanita says on this morning forty years ago my life changed forever on april twenty fifth nineteen seventy eight i was brutally raped by arkansas attorney general bill clinton i spent the majority of my life trying to forget and watching the evil thrive a timeline of that day follows number one able twentyfourth nineteen seventyeight around six pm norma rogers my nursing director and i left van buren and drove to little rock for nursing seminar we checked into the camelot hotel number two from juanita broaddrick on april twenty fifth nineteen seventyeight approximately eight a m i call bill clinton's campaign office i was given another number to call he answered number three from juanita broaddrick i told him i had brought the information we had discussed three weeks prior when he visited my nursing home on campaign tour.
"juanita" Discussed on WTVN
"Which i guess the attorney now for a stormy daniels is suggesting in one place all but anyways and you know in this day and age of me too i would think that in two thousand sixteen the women would have been concerned about what paul alleged and more kathleen alleged them what juanita broaddrick alleged and they would have been somewhat i saw but anyways and you know in this day and age of me too i would think that in two thousand sixteen the women would have been concerned about what paula alleged and more kathleen alleged them what juanita broaddrick alleged and they would have been somewhat she wasn't asked about these issues i buy still to this day cannot understand how the clinton foundation takes money from countries that abuse women literally abuses them women in saudi arabia can't drive still oh they're going to be able to drive okay we're making improvements or cover themselves they have to cover themselves at told how to dress the told if they can travel not travel work or not work can't drive a car can't be seen in public without a male relative that's a lot of these countries marital rape and a lot of these countries that gave money the clinton foundation marital rape is not a crime in a lot of those countries and so on and so forth then of course gays and lesbians are killed as a matter of course christians and jews are persecuted nobody cared about that in the campaign or that when you you know you go back and you listen to the things that were said about paula kathleen and juanita at the time i mean you know it was you drag a dollar bill through a trailer park you go back and you listen to the things that were said about paula kathleen and juanita at the time i mean you know it was you drag a dollar bill through a trailer on to show their gratitude for keeping the theocracy off of our backs okay now she's now she's living through the trump years and literally said milania she had a recent newsweek column headline malania vonk ivana trump where high heels a symbol of everything that is beautiful and horrifying about them this coming from the same woman that wrote about.
"juanita" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of having a large garbage can and that bill was like two feet high and i would have come out giving a great speech that we spend hundreds of millions of dollars in is states congress that the house has passed three hundred seventy three bells descendants pass nothing this is a piece of garbage and i would have dumped it in the garbage can i'm not signing it get back to work that's what i would have done and the president should have done that but he didn't let's continue with calls we have tony and the great state of florida tony welcome to the bill cunningham show tony go ahead yeah thank you really what can i say something about a juanita broddrick before i go into what i call them back you mean the rape victim of bill clinton go ahead yeah that raped juanita broaddrick will h that was a budel violent sadistic rape hillary didn't they juanita broderick and drew blood sadistic thing that was and hillary clinton that foucault who had the noodle is like bill clinton bill clinton ranked molested yup this way across the country hillary clinton sweating the women that were brutalized by bill clinton not a word not nothing joe biden he wants to take donald trump around in the back of the school yard and beat up on him because he said something about women where were your big bad joe you fake phony fraud was molesting rubbing brutalizing women and hillary was threatening you democrats and you voted for her by joe biden voted for robert kkk birds ahead of you have senate when he was in the ku klux klan any voted for the line of the senator ted kennedy for all kinds of august positions when ted kennedy killed somebody he didn't.
"juanita" Discussed on WSB-AM
"On even though you can hear them talking in and distinguishes voice she went into some detail how she had a twelve year affair with a that's a fair that's consensual but it's still his behavior and then when he lied about it he heard her in that sense and hillary clinton goes on sixty minutes and she defended him and then the same the paula jones this was a case of exposing himself drag one hundred dollars through a trailer park is james carville one say you never know what people are gonna say you know it's some all of this now is in the public record and paula jones they what she said kathleen willie saying she was attacked and the oval office groped and fondled than dutch think knitting grabbed by bill clinton then juanita broderick story in oh all of these women individually were smeared slandered they were believed hillary summer believe one of them but now last year during the campaign show every woman has a right to be believed a look out there what go look at their history here you know what it is i'm gonna tell you some me pointing this out a lot of people just don't have the courage to say all of this they just don't because you're take on the powerful forces of the left that he it doesn't matter how deep their hypocrisy goes doesn't matter how how grotesque their defence of all of this was it means nothing and kathleen willie paula jones juanita broderick i took the time to interview all of these women just like i i am saying in every caves you've got to look for facts and truth and information and then make your determination which thou the people alabama they're going through their process down in alabama and i have confidence in the people obama they're going to figure it out sorted out between now in this election in december it's it's there will be many things that come out between now and then they get assigned maybe the scientific side of this the forensic side of this is going to play a big part of it as it relates to the year bokan if the incas nor of the incas from the 70s or if it's his handwriting according to experts are not as in writing according.