36 Burst results for "Judge"

Fresh update on "judge" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 7 min ago

Fresh update on "judge" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"On the campus CBS News special report I'm Steve futterman The mass shooting at Yuval Elementary school has become an issue in jury selection at the penalty trial of Florida's campus killer Lawyers in the trial of Nicholas Cruz argued today over whether potential jurors should be questioned directly about the nation's latest gun tragedy Cruz's attorneys said they should be allowed to speak or Atlanta ask potential jeweler jurors about what they know or feel about those shootings that left 19 students dead along with two teachers Prosecutors argue the cases need to be kept separate in Texas shouldn't be mentioned The judge allowed general questions about school shooting but not Texas specifically.

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Germany: Fake doctor gets life in prison for patient deaths

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 hrs ago

Germany: Fake doctor gets life in prison for patient deaths

"A woman who posed as a doctor gets life in prison after several patients died says a court in Germany prosecutors say the woman had an excessive need for recognition She used a forged license to work as an anesthesiologist say judges causing the deaths of several people she treated Prosecutors say she wrongly dosed anesthetics and failed to treat patient blood poisoning at a hospital in fritzlar north of Frankfurt She's also said to have been responsible for hours of patient oxygen deprivation as well as damage to the cardiovascular system and organ failure in patients She was sentenced on three counts of murder and ten counts of attempted murder Her name wasn't released in line with German privacy rules I'm Rita foley

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Amber Heard rests case in civil suit without calling Depp

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Amber Heard rests case in civil suit without calling Depp

"Actor Ember heard has rested her case in the civil suit between her and her ex-husband actor Johnny Depp I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Amber Heard's lawyers did not call Johnny Depp as a witness as was initially suggested Depp is suing her for libel over her 2018 Washington Post op-ed piece in which she described herself as a victim of abuse without mentioning Depp by name judge penny ascari also rejected a motion from Depp's attorneys to toss herds $100 million counterclaim against Depp Heard claims depth then lawyer Adam waldman defamed her when he called her allegations of abuse a hoax Depp testified he never struck heard

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Democrats Prefer Dictatorships Over Checks and Balances

The Officer Tatum Show

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Democrats Prefer Dictatorships Over Checks and Balances

"Any action in my belief, any action that's taken on behalf of our country should be subject to checks and balances. Meaning that Congress has to have some involvement. The president can not just unilaterally make a decision that will affect everybody in the United States of America. He's not a dictator. You know, we have Congress. We have the judges. Who in conjunction together make up our our government structure, there's no one side that's more powerful and should make primary decisions over the other. Therefore, we can eliminate pitfalls and fallouts when we have a person in office that's a complete idiot.

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An appeals court finds Florida's social media law unconstitutional

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

An appeals court finds Florida's social media law unconstitutional

"Federal appeals court ruled a Florida law on social media is unconstitutional a three judge panel concluded it was overreach for governor Ron DeSantis and the Republican led Florida legislature to tell social media companies how to conduct their work under the constitution's guarantee of free speech The ruling upholds a similar decision by a Florida federal district judge on the law It was part of an overall conservative effort to portray social media companies as generally liberal in outlook and hostile to ideas outside of that viewpoint especially from the political right a similar law is in effect in Texas tech companies want the Supreme Court to step in there I'm Ed

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Kash Patel: Robby Mook Testified Early Because of a Vacation to Spain

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 2 d ago

Kash Patel: Robby Mook Testified Early Because of a Vacation to Spain

"Cash there was a lot more in that answer I know you caught it He wrote in Jake Sullivan into that too Jake Sullivan who is now the national security adviser at The White House into the decision to disseminate the hoax and you got to be thinking to yourself how the hell does Jake Sullivan still have his job at The White House This is crazy No you look you're totally right And Jake Sullivan is another guy that I interrogated under oath And that's why I think Robbie mook was boxed in because look all of these transcripts are we put them up for free at Durham Ross dot com We want the whole world to see everything that's been out there on Russia gate So go read them Your audience should go educate themselves Jake's all done I think lied to Congress about his involvement in the Russia gate hoax And the reason I think Robbie mook has to say what he said was because we boxed them in four years ago and his lawyers were like listen you can't really lie on the witness stand here because there's a transcript review basically already copied to it But here's the kicker that no one's talking about And Robbie mook was not a witness for the government John Durham had not finished the government's case the defense asked the judge to let Robbie move testify early because he had a vacation in Spain He had to get to Now Dan you and I both know when it comes to federal court In what universe does the government's case stop for a defense witness who's going to be the Spain And it could not have backfired more superbly for them The defense put this guy up and now he's taken out Clinton world and the Durham prosecution is going to continue It's amazing what's unraveling here

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Breaking: Federal Judge Blocks Biden From Ending Title 42

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 4 d ago

Breaking: Federal Judge Blocks Biden From Ending Title 42

"Breaking news has happened approximately what would you say 30 minutes ago or so A judge in Louisiana has ruled that at the cypher by the Biden administration to take out title 42 violated the administrative procedures act And violated what he called the quasi sovereignty of the states Now this is very very important Ladies and gentlemen very very important decision The attorney general of Arizona you know Mark branovic who I've endorsed for the Senate He was one of the attorneys general to bring this case as a matter of fact The attorney John Missouri was another and there were others And they called this an invasion and they said look we have some sovereignty rights here and the federal government can't just blow them off any time the president or the CDC has a decision they're going to make And the federal judge agreed that there is a state interest not just a federal interest but a state interest obviously and that it would overwhelm law enforcement the hospital facilities and medical facilities it would overwhelm the school areas and districts And so we issued a temporary restraining order

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Judge says CDC can't end the Title 42 border expulsions

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Judge says CDC can't end the Title 42 border expulsions

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a federal judge says COVID asylum restrictions must continue on the southern border A federal judge in Louisiana has ordered pandemic related restrictions on migrants seeking asylum on the southern border must remain in place while litigation proceeds The Biden administration planned to lift the federal title 42 authority next Monday Arizona Louisiana and 22 other states challenged the administration's plan to end the restrictions Under title 42 authority migrants have been expelled more than 1.9 million times since March 2020 The provision has denied migrants a chance to request asylum under U.S. law and international treaty on grounds of preventing the spread of COVID-19

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Florida appeals court reinstates DeSantis congressional map

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Florida appeals court reinstates DeSantis congressional map

"A Florida appeals court has reinstated a congressional map put forth by Florida Republican governor Ron DeSantis AP correspondent Norman hall reports The new congressional map drawn by governor Ron DeSantis staff could diminish Florida's black representation in Washington a lower court judge ordered it replaced just a week ago while the appeals court did not address the constitutionality of the map it did cite what it called the need for certainty and continuity as election season approaches The desantis map would likely boost the number of Florida seats held by Republicans while also making it difficult for democratic U.S. representative Al Lawson to maintain his seat in the north Florida district where nearly half the voters are black Another district that currently favors black candidates is also redrawn The latest ruling is expected to be appealed to the Florida Supreme Court I Norman

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Court brings back NYC ban on police restraint during arrests

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 d ago

Court brings back NYC ban on police restraint during arrests

"A New York appeals court has reinstated a New York City law that prohibits the city's police officers from putting pressure on a person's torso while making an arrest A beak correspondent Norman hall reports A 5 judge panel of the appellate division of the state's trial court ruled that the law passed in 2020 in the wake of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd is clear in what officers can and can't do and won't lead to arbitrary or discriminatory enforcement The law bans officers from the training people in a manner that compresses the diaphragm It also outlaws the use of choke holds A Manhattan judge struck down the law last year after police union sued the city to block it The police union now says it's reviewing its legal options I Norman

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House Dems Delay Voting for Increased Security for SCOTUS Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 6 d ago

House Dems Delay Voting for Increased Security for SCOTUS Justices

"So right off the bat, protesters have shown up outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices, which is a violation of the law. There are statutes on the books that protect federal judges from that kind of coercion and intimidation and threats. The very presence. How'd you like to have 200 lunatics on your lawn, screaming at you with a bullhorn? Brett Kavanaugh's got young children, Amy Coney Barrett has young children. The left wants this. And if you don't believe me, if you don't believe that the left wants violence, they want threats. They want people being intimidated, senator John cornyn. Had a bill that was unanimously passed by the U.S. Senate. That would increase and enhance security for Supreme Court Justices and their families. Seems pretty bipartisan, right? You want to know what steny Hoyer, steny Hoyer and the Democrats are doing in the house. They're holding it all up. The house Democrats have changed the bill with the express intent of delaying protection for the Supreme Court Justices, whose lives are at risk. I mean, let's not mince words here. We know how violent and crazed these radical activists can be. We saw it. We witnessed

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 Buffalo supermarket at center of deadly shooting a community lifeline

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 d ago

Buffalo supermarket at center of deadly shooting a community lifeline

"18 year old white man accused of fatally shooting ten black people at a buffalo supermarket is scheduled to appear in court Peyton gendron who live streamed his deadly supermarket shooting from a helmet camera before surrendering to police Will appear in an eerie county courtroom this morning before a buffalo city judge Last week his court appointed lawyer entered a not guilty plea on murder charges shortly before the attack last Saturday gendron posted writings to online discussion groups detailing his plans and his racist motivations authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime or terrorism charges all but two of his 13 alleged victims were black The reverend Al sharpton is expected to speak at the funeral for deacon Hayward Patterson on Friday

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The State of the Right After Tuesday's Elections

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:50 sec | Last week

The State of the Right After Tuesday's Elections

"I wanted to cover two things with you. One, I've got a column over at The Washington Post that looks at Republicans interested in 2024 when I come back to that, but based on last night's election results. We got a dead heat in Pennsylvania. We won't know for a day who wins. Madison Cawthorn is out, Ted bud is in, et cetera, et cetera. What is the state of the right judging by last night's results? Well, I think broadly the right is still motivated by a lot of populist energy. It's still broadly supportive of president Trump and his agenda, the Trump endorsement matters, but it might not matter all that much, and I also think we can say that the rate is definitely energized about the coming midterm election and has a real advantage in enthusiasm.

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Judge homers twice as Yankees edge Orioles 5-4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Judge homers twice as Yankees edge Orioles 5-4

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Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms

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It's Better to Count Ballots as They Come In

Mark Levin

01:33 min | Last week

It's Better to Count Ballots as They Come In

"We're able to get results so quickly North Carolina is they are counting ballots or the counting votes during the course of the day as they come in Florida does the same thing I think it's a very very good process Pennsylvania does not Pennsylvania waits till voting is over to start counting Now when I was a young guy 1314 years old work in the precincts For my candidates and my party I remember all this And they would sit down both parties and the judge of elections was all very simple and well done We actually did a machines They weren't really electronic machines I guess in some ways they were but you would flip the switches It wasn't software They would actually indent the role of paper whatever it was behind it So they were in effect paper ballots but done in a different way And it worked very very well And at the end of the day when we ended voting at 8 at night I was always there 6 in the morning late at night We had we had our numbers And they were called into the state and that was that With everybody watching nothing complicated No drop boxes not massive amount of early voting There was no early voting As I recall None And the absentee ballots and everybody seemed to be fine then the Democrats destroyed the whole damn thing

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Judge suspends Michigan's dormant 1931 abortion ban

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Judge suspends Michigan's dormant 1931 abortion ban

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Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | Last week

Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

"Is Dave McCormick going to be able to win with a closing kick tomorrow in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary as I have judged him the only Republican capable of beating John fetterman in the fall. Well, you're right. He is the only candidate to beat fetterman in the poll. I don't know, did you see yesterday to John fetterman have stroke? I did. I saw this morning his comments that he's fully recovered and no mental damage. And that is good news. Yeah, I chatted with, yeah, he's fine. But anyways, so I had thought all along that McCormick would pull it out, even when Trump endorsed Oz, even when Trump came in and held his rally, which had less than a thousand people at it. And but then he went scorched earth on McCormick. And when he went scorched earth on the cormick, Oz rally was used that as an ad in the net drove up McCormick's negatives, which he had barely any that made Barnett run and she rose up last week, like an insurgent candidate tends to do, but I think she peaked Wednesday and started to fall under the scrutiny.

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Feds interview deadly supermarket shooting suspect's parents

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Feds interview deadly supermarket shooting suspect's parents

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"judge" Discussed on The Experiment

The Experiment

07:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"judge" Discussed on The Experiment

"About our unfinished country. So Judge Judy emerged from this very specific moment in the history of television. It was the early 1990s and court TV was dead. There was zero appetite for one. Zero. Nobody should get me a courtroom show. This is Larry little. He was a television executive at the time, and the president of a production company called big ticket television. Why had the public lost interest in that kind of court show? After a certain point in time, they became mundane Peter. They became the same type of narrative. So was my cousin who stole my toaster oven. It was my wife. Once you are witnessing, is real. The participants are not actors. They are actual in the 1980s, one of the most popular of these court shows was called the people's court. And the people's court tried real cases from real small claims court in front of this retired California judge named Joseph Wapner. After you bought the car, you found some problems with it. But Wapner was not exactly the most electric TV personality. Yes, she did. He didn't really jump in and interrupt people or do any name calling. Did you run up these two bills of 1858 and three 44 73? Yes. Did you pay them? No. It really seems like he thought his job as a judge was just to listen and hear both sides and render an impartial verdict. Let me give it some thought. Let me give us some thought. And take a short recess, and see if I can, uh. Come up with something nice. Eventually, people just stop tuning in and in 1993, the people's court was canceled. And then one day, sandy cold nation oh my God. This is K Switzer. She worked on the people's court for more than a decade, and after the show was canceled, she and her producing partner sandy breckman were looking for a new project. Oh my God, she was watching 60 minutes last night. In 1993, 60 minutes aired a segment about Manhattan family court. And there was this fabulous judge from New York family court in Manhattan. So your objections noted, it's all the rules have a seat. It was Judy. No, no. Listen to me. This is not a Tea Party. You make an objection. I rule. And the segment focused on Judy's ferocious criticism of a court system that she saw as slow and painfully ineffective. Manhattan family court was just this parade of dysfunction that just kept it's like a river that kept flowing. Josh gatlin was a national correspondent for the LA times and he wrote a profile of Judy back then. Kids were just rolled in and out of the courtroom. You never quite got a sense that there was any follow-up and every single judge was inundated with way too many cases to adjudicate on a daily basis. Judy was the only judge that I saw functioning in that building who was driven by something more than let's get through the day. She was driven by a real sense of anger and outrage. Family court handles some of the most complicated and sensitive types of cases, cases involving family custody, child abuse, neglect, juvenile delinquency, and proceedings can drag on for months and months. But not in Judy's courtroom. I had never seen a judge that was as Frank and unrestrained in her comments as to what she thought was going on in front of her. This is not a legal game counselor. This witness may not have a terrific memory, but I've got a very good memory, sir. I remember when judge shyla would come in, she was so rapid fire, man. Petri Hawkins bird was a court officer assigned to Judy's courtroom back then. And he'd go on to play the bailiff on Judge Judy. You really appreciated her because she was no nonsense. They say the wheels of justice crying, but they grind slowly. You know? No, we don't really have time for that. You know? They must grind and swiftly as possible in order for everybody to get. An opportunity at real justice. But after more than ten years as a judge, Judy was starting to feel like the courts were more broken than she was able to fix. We called her in Manhattan in her chamber. So when TV producers, K and sandy, called her up in 1995. I've always dreamed about coming back in my next life as judge Wapner. And that was the beginning of it. Once Judy was on board, Kay started trying to find investors to put up the money for a pilot episode. Judy reminded me of my mother. Larry little was the only one who said yes. No. She could only chronologically likely be my older sister, but she reminded me of my mother. She had that audacity that was at times, you know, it created wonderment and at other times it made me insane. But she had that special quality and here's something really peculiar. You know why I sensed that the audience could get back into the courtroom shows what nobody wanted is because we had just gone through the O. J. Simpson drop. Now here's the latest on the O. J. Simpson trial. For more than a year, it has been the center of the universe. A force of nature sweeping aside anything and everything in its path. So the OJ trial was happening and suddenly people couldn't get enough of court TV. But they had this judge. My apologies to you for the late starting time, however. His name is Lance Ito, who kept dragging it on and on and on. We're all tired and we wish this were over sooner than later, but everyone in the whole country was feeling the frustrations that Judy had been feeling in family court. American justice seemed slow and unsure and unsatisfying. And there was no resolution from once and people were tired of the behavior of the equivocation. They were exhausted by it. We had somebody who had this larger than life personality in the 5 foot two stature who gave you instant fucking gratification in resolution within opinion behind it. Home run. The reason for the courtroom shows success. Of course, the board is because they offer instant relatively speaking. Instant resolution. So I said to her in the room, okay, I want to do it. And they looked at me and I was like, yeah, I want to do it. The genius of Judge Judy, the genius. When Judy saw two litigants that were really good, she shut up. And when she saw them, they couldn't handle it, which is most often. She took over. So now you had showtime because the resolution, you know, who gives a shit at that fat kid, you know, a guy who lost 5 grand to his sister. Who cares? So.

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"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:18 min | 11 months ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It's been a crazy week We had the Olympic hammer thrower there who's throwing down her own hammer on the play again and on the national anthem. We've also got the left going loony tunes over the new Delta variant and wondering whether or not they're going to try to shut us down again. And politics in Washington is staying just about the same, which means they're just they're just playing games and I don't know that any of us are benefiting from any of it. But we're going to get to all those topics and break it all down for you here on the judge Jeanine Pirro Tunnel to Towers Foundation Sunday morning show plus later on in the show. I'm going to gavel out with my closing arguments. I'll also revealed the new question of the week that you don't want to miss. I always love your participation in our weekly polls on the topics that matter to justice here in America, it's all coming up in just a few moments, but first my opening statement Now. She is living the American dream, and she doesn't have a clue. It's Independence Day, but sadly in the United States, it's far too common to see people who simply don't respect our national anthem and our flag. So this week, another woke activist athlete turned her back on the American flag and get this is outraged that the national anthem is playing as she is recognized for hammer throwing at the Olympic trials in Oregon. Toward the end of the song. She covers her head with a black T shirt that has the words on it, Quote activist athlete. Her competitors. First place winner Diana Price, and second place winner Brooke Anderson stood tall face the flag put their hands over their hearts during the national anthem. Now in the upside down world that we live in. If you criticized this woman for turning her back on the American flag, you're the racist or your UN American for not supporting her free speech. Symbolic rejection of the very Ends to me can be resolved with a simple decision. If you hate the national anthem If you disrespect the flag, then don't participate in the Olympic trials that actually segregate people based on the country that they represent. So if you believe that the flag and the national anthem are disrespectful to black Americans, then maybe you don't participate in the games where you're brought in. Through the auspices and under the umbrella of the United States of America, the very country whose national anthem and flag you hate. But my all time favorite and I always go back to her is Joy Behar. She insists that this activist athlete is fulfilling her patriotic duty by protesting. Well, you know, protest is the very definition of patriotism. It basically is the basis of the country. They were protesting the at the tea Party. And and in the sixties, the people protested the Vietnam War, which brought it to an end. And now African Americans are protesting. You know the fact that people do not want to face the racist past here. She's basically doing her patriotic duty by saying, I am making a point here. That's all she's doing. You're not hurting anybody. Joy. She's not hurting anybody. Are you kidding? She's hurting every man and woman whose blood was spilled for that flag. Including patriotic black men and women who chose to enlist on behalf of the United States and chose to fight for what you find so repulsive. She is hurting every parent who lost a child. She is hurting every spouse who lost a loved one. Every child growing up without a father. And every veteran who can't stand because he lost his legs but who still dreams of what it was like when he had legs what it was like when he didn't need to ask his kids to pick him up when he falls. No joy. You're wrong again. She is hurting people. She is hurting the very soul of a nation that grieves every day for lost, injured and maimed loved ones. She is hurting America on the international stage. Where other countries laugh at the disrespect and the downright hatred that people like her have for our national anthem and our flag, allowing those Foreigners to laugh and ridicule us when they are so much worse. But most of all, she is teaching young Children for whom she is a role model. That it is OK to hate America and it is okay to insult her on the world stage. You are at the Olympic trials representing the United States of America. So I have an idea. How about you respect the country you represent or just don't represent it. Because we both know that that was your ticket in without that ticket. You need another country to sponsor you. Get it. And if you move to the international Olympic Games, it is globally unacceptable for you to protest in any way. You say it bothers you that you have to wear the bold letters USA on your chest? Well, you are a self centered Clueless Third place winner who actually says that folks knew you didn't like the national anthem, but they played it anyway. Are you really that self centered to think it's all about you? Let's say you want to support reform. Let's say you want to stand up against social injustice. What have you done? Other than draw attention to yourself. You tell me the last time Olympic winner you sat on a jury. You tell me the last time you joined a school board or fought for laws that help people you supposedly want to help. When was the last time you voted? The last time you wrote a letter to your legislator, your congressional representative, your local mayor. When was the last time you helped women at a domestic violence shelter? When was the last time you tried to help people at a food kitchen? If you want to convince America that you're embarrassing us is really all about your free speech, Social justice and the Constitution that maybe do something positive for the country that is giving you fame and fortune. America has been incredibly good to you. From the time that you displayed talent in sports and America allowed you to shine and become financially prosperous. You because of where you are can impact social justice instead of disrespecting the United States of America, the nation, the country that allowed you to be a hero to young girls who don't know any better will take their lead from you. Because they don't know any better. So shame on you and shame on the way you are trashing the United States of America. And now we find out that there's an old photos showing Olympic hammer thrower beaming while holding the American flag has gone viral in the wake of her, shunning the Stars and Stripes this past week during the national anthem. It was posted in 2015, and it shows her exuding joy as she holds up the flag after she achieved her dream of representing the country at the 2016 Rio Olympics. So all of a sudden she reacts to this inconsistency. And she says at this point, you all are obsessed with me. No. We're not obsessed with you. And she doubles down by insisting that the national anthem is disrespectful to black Americans, she says. If you know your history, you know the full song of the national anthem. And it's disrespectful and it doesn't speak to black Americans. Got to tell you folks, this old photo that's now gone Viral. Uh, pretty much slams her for her parents shift in attitude. Not all an act, I guess not. She was definitely protesting to get attention for herself. And maybe some of those woke Nike sponsorships, according to Donald Trump Jr 100% legit and not all cottage industry victimization schemes that we see so much these days. And that's why opening statement here on the judge Jeanine Pirro, Tunnel to towers Sunday morning show up and Up next on the tunnel to Towers Foundation Sunday morning show..

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04:03 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And now they're saying Oh, you know, Israel is fighting back to heart. Wait a minute. That means what? What do you say to those people who claim it's a disproportionate response that you should be nicer when you're attacked. Judge, you know that we love you here and Israel and understand you take but I had to deal with so many holston question in the last 11 days in many interviews and well and won me over the interviewed with BBC international, I would ask the same question and my answer was to the ankle. So what do you propose? We have thousands of rockets flying into our cities. Have to sleep in the shelter with my daughter every night. So what you propose maybe lover an alternative. Maybe we'll have the you sending observers. The U. N will put a condemnation for Hamas. If you have another option toe offer us Stop the violence against that. We have open toe heel and she was silent because when you have violence against us and tell all your stuff, you have to act swiftly and that's what we did in certain and Uncertainly and you cannot speak about this proposal at what we did. Do we try to minimize the civilian casualties using our technology? We We told people that we were going to attack facilities. We knew the houses of you actually send leaflets and flyers. We're gonna we're gonna building. I mean, how polite is that? I mean, you know, I don't understand you believe time we've got them all sophisticated. So instead of leaflets we actually called and we have the technology to text them and we called everybody in the proximity. And we told them to move out that we were able to minimize their civilian casualties. Well, let me let me just end with Dandy Dan and, uh, Ambassador of From Israel to the U. N the role of social media. Apparently Tic tac video was encouraging violence against the Jews. Even yet, internationally. Are you familiar with the role now on Social media? Off young people, encouraging anti Semitism and violence against Jews. Yes, And I'm very worried about it. We we saw the the video's coming out from New York City's a Los Angeles. You know, we accept criticism and relocated demonstrate against these. Well, if you don't like us. But you cannot allow attacks against Jews in the streets of New York. He's outrageous. The police should arrest and convict those criminals. When I know those pictures, they was horrible. And I believe we should, you know. Exploded again both criminals and also think about the excitement in the social media. It became a platform for hate. Yes, Yes, well, Danny Dan and you know now we're left in the United States with Jews. It reminds me of my when I was DEA, all of the anti Semitism that I fought and the fight for hate crimes in the increasing penalties, which on I testified before Congress is well for increased penalties for hate crimes. It is. It's a sad commentary, but at the same time Um, you know, united States, uh, most of the United States stands firmly with with Israel and presidents come and go. But the relationship between the two countries eyes something that will withstand the passage of time. And so I thank you, Danny, Dannon and please stay in touch with us. Thank you. Thank you for your supposed judge in there. We appreciate everything you did in the last 11 days. Last year's welcome My pleasure on a big supporter. All right. That's Danny Dannon from Israel, the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations, a good friend of very smart man. Now up here are next on the judge in Imperial Tunnel to Towers Foundation Sunday morning show from Israel to Albany. We delve into the latest scandal surrounding the infamous Cuomo family, the governor's.

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02:10 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And we took all of two All adversity do the fear, factors and things that nature we came out here and we did our part I want members did their part. And and at the end of day. This is the thanks that we get right. He's sitting up here with a bunch of Anusha eating fries and things of that nature, right when he should be out here, your eyes. It s you need to work and stuff. And then every now and again he makes a cameo visit in the train station. I could tell you this judge. Shame on him. Shame on him and and at the end of the day, he's gonna have to live with this. But the treatment that we're getting and not just outside the work is the care that he's putting into this city with the ridership alone. He should be ashamed of yourself. You call yourself a man? That's just my personal opinion about him. Farmer. I agree with you, but I sometimes wonder if as a person like that is so egotistical that you know he thinks he's a great job, and I don't think it will ever bother him. I really don't. I think what we've got to do is we've got to get strong people like we had with Rudy Giuliani, who clean things up. Or even president. You know Donald Trump, Not one of those fibers, Uh, hacking attempts work, and you know Joe Biden's in 100 days, You know, he's the Blasio's Calderon is the same. I mean, they're the head of messes One mess after another, Whether it's a crime, Messer and environmental mess or the mess that we're having with in terms of the economy we're going into. We got an inflation going on. Now it's rearing its ugly head. And you know, Joe Biden's only in 100. Some days. It is frightening, but I gotta tell you, Robert Kelly GPS stations for the Transit Workers Union. We're grateful for everything you do. There is no question and you guys take a lot. You do everyone and not just guys, everybody who are on those trains. And we thank you. God bless you, and we hope you stay safe and thank you for coming on Judge Jeannine Pirro Tunnel to towers Sunday morning show. Thank you, Judge..

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07:03 min | 1 year ago

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"Listen to the statistics, according to NYPD latest Comstat numbers week today, Transit Crime is up 70% this week compared to the same time period last week. Last Sunday On Mother's Day, six attacks were reported underground. And by the time we hit Friday, a gang of thugs, bugs slash stab, punched and robbed five men after an hour crime spree riding down the South bound four D train. And the crimes against empty a worker's horrendous. Those numbers have spiked as well, including the off duty empty a worker's slashed across his face days ago. And as recently as this week and empty, a worker was assaulted at a Times Square station. My next guest is the current vice president of the station's department for Transit Workers Union 100, the union representing empty a workers for the past 16 years, He's worked tirelessly in safeguarding four divisions of his department, which includes station agents, cleaners, collection agents and supply logistics and active member of the transit Workers. Union 100. It is my pleasure, the one Come. Robert Kelly to the judge in Een Tunnel to Towers Foundation Sunday morning show. Good morning. Good morning, Judge. All right, Mr Vice President. All right. What is this? What is this status of what is going on? What for the transit workers and the union and the empty workers. Yes. Let me just say thank you for having me this morning judge. I'd greatly appreciate it. We're thrilled to have you on. Let me tell you, we support law enforcement. We support anyone who believed in law and order. So it's the least we can do. Thank you. Yes, ma'am. So, as you know, there is a wave of assaults and it is really in Rampart and the police presence is not adequate enough to sustain right. We're in a situation Where is though Um, we're not protected remembers. Go out there every day. They leave their home. They're not sure if they're gonna make it home safely, or at least to say the very least alive or hurt. You know when they have kids waiting for them at home, and it's very scary to come to work these days. Judge very scary. All right. So to Robert Kelly, VP of stations for the Transit Workers union. I mean, when you say there's not enough of a police presence, as has gone down since that holding from the police movement last summer. Oh, no, Absolutely not. So So what it is, is they claiming it is right. They put him out there and spot him out there in middle segments, right? But at the end of the day, when you look at it, you go to these stations, and especially, I'm going to keep it real with you. Yes, just this station's that's not as as privileged as others, right and neighborhoods and things of that nature and in these neighborhoods with desolate and things like that. There's no police presence at all. Okay. They put him in the high value areas such as you know, 86 sweet, bright light areas 42nd in Times Square and 34th Street, you know, And it's even. And even there. You see what's happening over there, right? You see people getting assaulted over there. Can you imagine what going on in these less privileged areas, You know, it's just, said Robert Robert Kelly, GPS stations, Departments and Transit Workers union. I mean, that is really disappointing. In an area where there may be more crime. They virtually have little, if any police presence and we're talking By the NYPD. Yes, This is correct. And you know, and what's even sadder about it is that we come to the empty A. We speak to the higher ups and whatnot. We expressed this to them. We express our concerns daily. And the reports don't lie. You know, I mean, here this is now dirty stated. They took a survey and 36% of the individuals that they took a survey with that ridership too scared to ride the train because of the sauce. 36%. That's that's the high number. It's a very high number. And if you've got 36% of New Yorkers who were worried about taking a train, that's a real problem, because that's how most a lot of New Yorkers get around. Um and do you blame Robert Kelly GPS stations Department to the Transit Workers union. Do you blame the mayor for some of this? Absolutely. There's no question about it. Um yeah, I'm think. Quite frankly, I'm really surprised. I'm taking back because originally he's giving us the impression that he was certainly going to protect New York, right? That was his model Will protect New York. And he's m I, a. The mayors and my, you know, Let's be realistic about this. At the end of the day, our members out there every day getting assaulted. See, there's a lot of assaults that you don't hear about. Judge They speak in spat on and things of that nature. People get threatened with needle getting mental assaults as well. Right? Can you imagine going to work and ADP threatened? Still stab you with a needle with a hypodermic needle right? And these are not reported these things they're not reported. So There's a multi tool of assaults that you will never hear about because they basket. Boy, you know that? That is so distressing that the failure off the mayor and going down to Oh, I guess the police department not being able to protect people on the on the trains is a very disturbing and very frightening. You know, Robert, I want to ask you this. The mayor did an ad this week where he's stuffing his face. With French fries on a burger. It's making its trying to make it seem like this is so good with his mouth full. He's talking again, your lips flapping. He is and The guy. I don't know who raised him, but you know, and yes. He really thinks that that by the way of the caloric, uh, kind of food, which is certainly dangerous for people of a certain age is going into his eating. It is going to entice people to get a vaccine. I don't even see the connection. I mean, the man is like in another zone, and I don't think he cares about the issue of law enforcement because in the end what he says is, you know, we'll start talking to each other again. New York is skyrocketing in crime and shit. Transit workers. They're suffering like they are. What do you think? Could be Doug Blather, Kelly GPS stations. What do you think? Well, if I made just to say this real quickly that you know, we was considered the heroes, right? We move New York when New York wasn't moving, okay that you can do today. We came out here and whatnot..

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77WABC Radio

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Welcome back to Judge Jeannine Pirro Tenant. Hours Foundation Sunday morning show. All right, you know what I mean, is assigned to reveal our question of the week last week. We pose this question Does the root cause of immigration and so broke, causing the U. S border crossing the U. S border matter? The question was posed based on the continued surge of illegal immigrants crossing our southern border and the Hodges of human stash houses. Which had been discovered by U S Customs and Border Protection agents. In fact, just over the last seven days, Customs and Border Patrol agents seized a duffel bag filled with weapons in that the Eagle pass in Texas. On Tuesday, agents at the Laredo sector shut down three stash houses, they can custody more than 180 illegal immigrants. That should definitely matter. So here are the results, 68% said yes because of immigration, and so many people crossing the southern border does matter. Meanwhile, 31% or 31.8. Said. No, the root cause of immigration and so many people quote why so many people are crossing the border does not matter. So for this week's upcoming question of the week, we're building Blasio's speak on the shootings in Times Square. We'll build a Blasio address the shootings in Times Square. Make sure you chime into the conversation and vote. All you have to do is log on to our Web site at WNBC radio dot com. Forward slash tag Forward slash when Dash pole That's ABC radio dot com. Forward slash the word tag forward slash the word Web dash Pull, I'll be reading the results of the question of the week. Next Sunday. I'm dying to know whether he's going to address what happened in Times Square and what he's gonna do about it. Other than talking about it, all right, so let's get back to the friends of the court hotline. Let's go to how about route from Harrison? Judge. How are you? Then how are you? I'm good, happy most day. I grew up with a lot of people and you worked with my friends. I went to Catholic school with Harrison. Yeah, to legal questions that will affect the whole future of the country. One since they set a precedent by trying to him preach impeach President Trump after his presidency. Can we go back? And then put Biden just say, and Hill Clinton President Clinton Foundation. Those kind of people can you put them back on trial against since they said his pressure? Okay, Here's the thing. You know, the Clinton Foundation in particular, Ralph was the subject of an inquiry on I went after it. A lot of my show justice some Fox on and Investigated by the E in New York, the Clinton Foundation, which every time they made a mistake that was caught that they saw it was just an error. Yeah, it's an error. So is robbing a bank. That's an error to on, you know, who was in charge of the investigation in the southern district off the Clinton Foundation. You know, from New York? Yes. Want Jim Comey, the Clinton lover, Jim Comey, was the guy investigated. Here's rap. Here's the bottom line. The bottom line is that the Democrats fight like hell and they stay together. The Republicans. There's one over here. There's a Ben Sasse over there. There's this one over here that I mean, though, don't fight well, and they don't stay together like the Democrats do. And as a result of that, you're not going to see anybody going out to the Democrats. The Republicans, so apparently don't have the standing of the ability or the deep state is just too deep. And that's why I say my three books, liars, leakers delivers. That was all about Jim Comey and everything that they did with the linking of the so called Russia collusion nonsense, and the radicals and Resistance was about you know how they resisted. Everything Trump did at the revenge was when they started hitting the streets. And don't lie to me is the lies that they told us about Joe Biden and all of those air available a judge Janine dot story. I'll give you a definite idea of what what I'm thinking. How about Rick from Long Island? Ricky out there? How are you? Just this'll morning. Just that good. Everything. Everything right now. Okay, stand someone thing. The media is the driving force. Between it with everything that's going on right down J. They love every second of what's happening right now between the border of fights between It was that that's going on between the Republicans and Democrats, and between fighting and biting positions trumps that. Okay, the media is sucking it up. And they are shoving it down people's throats. And there's the worst part of the whole thing is because we have, you know, and that that is absolutely the case. I mean, what we've got right now is we've got a look. What's happening in this country could not happen without all those pillars. You've got the Democrat Party. And you've got the mainstream media. And then you've got the you've got the second fans who are part of it when they joined together, the politicians and the Democrats and the mainstream media Then you know the Republicans don't have a chance. Look this thing on Hunter Biden. I mean, they want investigate Rudy Giuliani for foreign Agent registration. What do you think Hunter Biden was doing in the Ukraine and in Russia and everything else, and this guy's writing a book about beautiful Things. He's getting that he's going to teach a class at the university is now is writing a sequel. Are you kidding me? This is not the America that my father and my grandfather felt for in World War two. We They're canceling us out there telling us we can't speak. You're losing our jobs. We can't be protected. The police are told to stand down there, Defunded. They're ridiculed their assaulted their shot. It is a crime. What's going on in this car? Tree, and the only thing that we could do right now is look to 2020. I want you to find out who's running for the school board who's running for district attorney who's running for judge who, you know and in Congress. I want you to make sure you're out there. I want to find out who's your state Legislator Assembly in Senate. You change that bail law, we can change America. It's not too late. Anyway, the media's the media and you we can't you know what? We gotta fight them too. All right. Who do we have now? Me go through here. I am. All right, Mr. Justin.

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02:44 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Or its sponsors. Fox News I'm tearing. McCue 10 GOP senators are asking to meet with President Biden. They say they've got a compromise plan for the stalled Covad relief bill. The White House reacts glad to hear from this letter that they're on board, but we need to learn a lot more about it. Right now. We're in a position where DeLay and inaction are the enemy of moving forward Jared Bernstein from the Council of Economic Advisors on Fox News Sunday reaction from a GOP lawmaker over the efficacy of the dorm investigation. Looking into the trump Russian Esta Gatien after a judge sentenced a former FBI lawyer to probation for altering aqui e Mail in the probe. I think they're John Durham. You have to really be looking at. Are you really going to bring any prosecutions in the District of Columbia? When you can't even get the presiding judge over the FISA court to prosecute someone and sentence someone that actually lied to that very court, California Congressman Devin Nunes on Fox. America is listening to boxing. But Judge Jenny Tuttle, the Tower's foundation Sunday morning show on 77 W A. B C. Now, here's Judge Janine Bureau and Welcome Back to the judge. You need Hero Tunnel to towers Sunday morning show Live in studio 77. W. A. B C. And for those with Alexis Smart homes, home speakers. You can tune in his well by simply saying Alexa enable the 77 w ABC skill and I want to hear from you Make sure to call the friends of the court hotline at 108 48 W A. B C. That's 1 808 for 89222. Now let's go to the to Your phone calls coming up right here. Let's go to, uh Randy from the West Village in New York. Randy Welcome to W A. B. C. Hi. I'd just like to say I'm a gay Republican. And I just loved your book. The Genie Machine by Richard Blais. Okay, thanks. It's him again. That's Guy's such a jerk. Hey, Brandi wanted to stop lying. Just say who you are, guys. Every week. This guy calls he changes his Navy's an idiot anyway, Paula from New Jersey. Welcome to W A. B C. Yes. Good morning charge. Good morning, Paula. I would like to know why, Um people haven't thought of this. You know, Govert a cronut. Cuomo is not stupid, And he's not senile. He goes by the science, so he knew that putting covert patients in nursing homes would definitely cause you know, tremendous disease. So the thing Is. It's very logical. It's.

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08:16 min | 1 year ago

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"All right, they are And if it think about it instead of the pipeline, which is carbon efficient on dear, are no emissions. They want the rail cars go through your country, Countryside, cities, towns, villages and barges. If that crude oil gets on barges, it's not for the United States. It's going to other countries, All right, and the environmental Disaster of the crude oil on the rail cards. Rail cards is a real problem, but they don't care about that, because they want us not to rely on crude oil anymore. And guess they want green energy and I got to tell you. I want to just read this to you that once we joined the Paris climate accord. As part of that green activism in the Paris climate accord that we didn't need to be a part of because you know, we already are beyond what is required in terms of carbon emissions and in terms of reduction of those missions, But in lessons in climate change the environment and how to protest Did you hear what I just said? How to protest will be compulsory subjects at all schools worldwide as part of the Paris climate Agreement under plans being developed for this year's U. N climate summit. All right, so teaching kids about the environment is one thing have at it. No problem. You're now going to teach our kids how to protest. This is where we're going. So I'm telling you, we've got Americans out of work. Illegals who are the deportation of criminals is being halted Police air being defunded people involved in Antifa are not seen as extremist. Uh, they're only seeing right wingers at the Capitol is extremists and they are, I agree, But I don't like the fact that people on the left and TIFA I don't see their faces on television every three seconds. I don't see them being referred to Was terrorist. They are when you try to burn down a federal courthouse. To me. That's pretty significant for a month, so we're not in a good place. But anyway, um Harry. Uh, let's go to Kevin from Babylon Long Island. Welcome to Sunday morning tunnel to towers, Kevin. Judge Denny. It's a privilege to speak with you before I get to the main point of my call was wondering if losses since Donald Trump donated his salary or in the back to the Treasury. I wanna know Joe Biden is going to do the same with his, and he's getting his payments from China again. Well, first of all, that is an absolutely great point. I must tell you. I mean, does anyone remember that Donald Trump decided to return to not take a salary? You know, Joe Biden. Look, you know, I'm not gonna go through it now because we're trying to be a unity unity of man. Unified America Now. I mean, you know Joe Biden. You know, it's all about building the Bidens back. Better. He talks about building America back better and let's build the Bidens back better, You know, I mean, who's under federal investigation? His brother's brother in law. I mean, it is, It is frightening, but America voted for them. So now we're stuck with trying to figure out you know how bad it's going to be, But it is. It's a great question and Steve from driving to Maryland, Steve, I like that. Hello, Judge High regard to the impeachment trial. Last night, My wife played a clip of house manager Swalwell stating that Congress and the Senate in particular were victims. In this case, yes, Majority Leader. Schumer says that the senators will decide the case. So in what Justice system are the victims jurors at the same time? You know what, Steve? I have very intelligent listeners. How consented ear's be on the jury of impeachment when they were victims that's called a non impartial juror. And as a judge, I used to throw them off the potential jury pool. Assume is that came out and the question is very, very relevant. And if the senators are complaining that they were victims of the riot, then how is it that they can possibly vote on the trial itself? It is a fundamental conflict. Ventress. Brilliant, brilliant on and okay. Joel from Manhattan. Welcome to the Sunday morning ton of the towers, Joel. Hi there. Listen. Joe Biden is someone who's reminiscent off sitting in a in the Oval Office and then, uh, eating an apple is Apple and then wondering a few seconds later. Oh, Where's the apple? Now? Regarding illegal immigration? You know how on earth is going to raise the minimum wage is $15 an hour and then at the same time, provide amnesty to illegals and more or less tear down the wall. All right, Joe from Manhattan. That is a great question. How's he going to do it? I didn't l C say. They'll just print more money. I mean, I I seem to remember that. But you know it is fundamental. Everyone listening knows that you only have asthma, much money to pay your bills as the money that comes in. I don't care. You know if you got a big budget or a little budget, you know you've got a checkbook. You could only pay for this much food or you could only pay for that much you know for rent. Now we're paying for the illegals while 10.7 million Americans are out of work and it and it sickens me. And when Jen Psaki talks about we have to figure out what the root causes of of immigration are. I don't care what the root causes are. I mean, God bless him. They want to come here. They should come here like everyone else. Who comes here legally. Uh look, guys, let me explain this. This is all about Ah, numbers for the Democrat Party. You know, there's still not convinced that they've got America at totally and so they need to make sure that they get his many people as possible into the country. Otherwise, why bother with illegals, which is contrary to everything that America stands for it? You know the rule of law and not deporting illegals have been deported. Who've committed crimes? I mean, that's like you know what? You want to make things equal. How about Americans who committed crimes? Let's let them out of jail to you know, they're Americans. They're American citizens here in jail. Let me out of jail. You know, it's the same thing. This is crazy. Anyway. Last question, Uh, bill from Norwalk, Connecticut. Welcome to the Sunday morning tunnel to Towers show. Oh, my God, John. I just want to say that in my opinion, this election was stolen and I base it on the fact that I watched this campaign and I watched the rallies that the president was president. Uh, it was attended by tens of thousands of people each time and Biden could never get those mitts. Those that kind of reception. Well, you know what A lot of people are. A lot of people would agree with you. I mean, 10 cars beeping their horns don't compare to 25,000 people in the in the freezing cold, but you know, they've made a decision. We have to accept the decision. Now that Joe Biden is our president, and I've accepted it, We have to move forward. You know, 2022 is right around the block. All right, So there is 11 question here, Um Miguel from Newark, New Jersey. Welcome to Sunday morning. Yes. Good morning. I just wanted that. Thank you for having the Ed Mullins on last week on I have to draw his attention to twisted justice. And she now okay? All right. There's that idiot who keeps calling me. You know, guys, Everybody's got one of them. This guy, you know what? I'll tell you. What? Why don't you show up in a B C and tell me to my face you was you wimp, You piece of garbage. All right. So we let's take one more real question. Uh, love from Sam and Rockland County. Sam's Not there..

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05:47 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Now My next guest is co host of Fox and Friends weekend and a frequent guest for the highest rated morning show in America. That is the weekday edition of Fox and Friends. He's also Fox News senior political analyst. He's also served our country proud as an Army veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, was also a guard at Guantanamo. He holds two bronze stars in a combat infantryman's badge for his time in Iraq and Afghanistan, Pete Thanks so much for joining us. I know your time is short. But I want to thank you and get right to it. Are you there? My pleasure. Alright. I want everyone to know you're an airplane. An airport with four kids. I mean, it's got to be a real dream anyway, Pete, Uh, First of all, why were tens of thousands of National guard stationed in D? C wasn't necessary. Good question. Was it necessary? I think we saw you could make a a small argument. There was a deterrent effect, but it was a determinant of effect against what? There was no real credible, massive threat on the inauguration. There was a Two divisions worth of troops to guard a virtual inauguration and after their utility was done on January 20th. Two days later, we discarded into a into a parking garage, because, well, you know, they were really They're just for show to begin with, because if you had an insurrection, then you better have a force worthy of that, after the fact continue that narrative And then the ideological vetting. Hey, if you're trump supporters, can we really trust you? It's disgusting. What happened? And now we're hearing there'll be thousands more of the seven Maybe 10. Maybe 14,000 on residual on call. Month again. Well, you know, Pete Hegseth as a member of the Minnesota National Guard. I mean, this had to, you know, seeing those troops in the in a parking lot. I mean, in a parking garage with the lights on sleeping on top of each other. I mean, all of a sudden cove. It doesn't matter if you're in the military, exactly. You know, we've We've all slept in worse places in the military. That's not the issue. The issue is someone complained that you gotta leave the capital. You've been here too long. You can't use the bathrooms and you can't use up our hallways. You need to go out into the parking garage, which is an indicative of how some people actually feel about the military unless they're being used for their own political ends. And, of course, none of these National Guardsmen were called up to Portland or Seattle or Minneapolis, where a federal courthouse Pete Accent was under assault for a month. And what about the coronavirus? Are they doing anything? Are they testing them now? And final question? Seriously, I've been I've been in still in the guard. They're very serious about covert 19. But they're going to accomplish the mission. So if it requires on top of each other with masks that the mission comes first. Now they'll start testing and that will be a consequence of this. Wow, Who's to blame for the movement of them is a Capitol police. Uh what? What do you think? What I hear from a very well placed sources that somebody complained either a member or a staff member that the guard were sleeping in the halls and we're in the capital and capital office buildings. So someone with Capitol police made the call to move them into a parking garage temporarily, which was quickly rectified. So it was a bad call by somebody based on a complex who would complain that you've got troops in the hallway? Who makes that complaint? I want to find out who that person is. Maybe we'll get to the bottom of that. But you know what it is, but my concern is how long will they be there? And is there really Red to justify it. I don't think there is well, you know what? I just think it's the visual Pete. You know that. It's a reminder to everyone in Washington and everyone who has a television set, uh, that you know, the Republicans are dangerous, and they may come back and riot. That's what it's all about. It's all about politics. And look, Pete. I know you're in a rush, I I love you for taking time out with us this morning. You can go through the security area of the airport, and I wish you much luck. Stay warm. Thank you, P dad said. All right, and everyone I want to go to your phone calls on. Let's go to Stephen from northern Westchester who wants to know about threat in disbarment. Yeah. Hi, Judge. Good morning. Good morning. These these threats that have been made against Rudy by these thieves, Socialist Communist snapped communist now in power. If they start to get traction, you think they're going to be emboldened enough to go after 2 17 attorneys generals who signed on to that suit. In regards to the Pennsylvania election problems. Well, I must tell you, Stephen. I mean, nothing surprises me. Would they be bold enough? Absolutely. Anybody can sue anybody. And you know what? This is the time when not the rules don't seem to matter anymore, You know, And it's almost a question of you know what side the judges on? I'm embarrassed to say, you know, all of the foundations of this country, everything from freedom of speech, freedom of religion seemed to be upside down the presumption of innocence. You know, I'm very worried. Which is why, you know, I've written several books. The last one don't lie to me, which is still available. And, you know Barnes, nobles books a million Amazon anywhere. You know the lies keep coming, and we don't seem to have the ability to get to get past them to the truth. And there's no consequences anymore. For people who tell lies. There are people like people in Portland that we were just talking about. So, uh, nothing would shock me Joel from Manhattan. Welcome to the Sunday Morning tunnel to Towers show. Yes, thank you, Judge Janine Question I have for you. What do you see as occurring in the future? We're a we going with this administration where we going in general? I think we're going left. We're going to green energy. Look, they're stopping oil, crude oil and gas..

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04:47 min | 1 year ago

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"And, of course, former press secretary to the campaign as well as deputy press secretary for the president of the United States. Okay, so let's go to some of your calls. Uh, Joel and Virginia Joel. Welcome to W. A B. C tunnel to towers is Judge Janine. What's your question? Morning. Good morning, Your Honor. Thank you. First of all, for being involved with a tunnel to Towers Foundation, which is so totally different and so totally opposite. What happened to our national guards. People who was thrown into a We're going to talk about that in the next segment. What happened to the National Guard and you don't have to thank me. You know what we should all thank everyone involved in tunnel to towers. They give people dignity. They give people with their lives on the line, the ability to be able to live a life without the stress off worrying about a house and how they're going to pay rent or mortgage. God bless all of them. It's a wonderful organization. So what's your question? Okay. I think he left us. All right. Elaine, from Wayne, New Jersey. How are you? Welcome to tunnel the towers. Good morning. I heard that fight in elected his son Hunter as an ambassador to Ukraine. Well, I don't know. Um This has to go through Senate confirmation. I wouldn't be surprised if he be recommended him for appointment as ambassador Ukraine, although maybe it's a joke, I don't know. I mean lives so farcical given that his son you know, with absolutely no background and no experience in oil or gas was able to, you know, go over there. Make what 80,000 month and then Biden goes over and threatens the government. We're not going to give you a billion dollars of American money unless you stop investigating. The company that his son worked for, But that's for another day as well. Um April from historian Queens. Welcome to Sunday morning. Good morning. Good morning, Judge. I'd like I'd like to exit question. What do you know about the new first lady? How? What type of influence? Do you think she'll be on the president? And, um Do you think that she's more left and she going to drag him that way? Or is she more, um, center And will she be able to tell him he might be a nice guy? But will she be able to tell him and being anchor? And tell him. No, That's not what you were. We want. April. That is a great question. And I think a lot of America wants to know what you know what Jill Biden is is all about. I mean, I don't know her. I know that she is a school teacher. Uh, that she is apparently, uh or or the party? I don't know. They're insisting that she be called the doctor. Uh, I don't know if middle school teachers should be called the doctor by the kids in school. Uh, it might, you know, mess up their heads a little bit, but that's another issue. Uh, you know, I'm hoping that she's a little more centrist. But you know, during the darkest days of the Biden campaign when he was you know, talking about, you know, rusty razors, hairs on his legs and all that stuff with corn pop and telling people to take Listen to the record player with their kids. I mean, she was right there with him kind of carrying him through. So I mean, you could look at her as you know what devoted wife or, you know, with someone who wants very much to be in the White House. I can only say good things and hope for good things from the first lady. We all do You know what she is now our first lady, he is the president. We can weaken, criticize their policies. But more than that we can't do. But thanks for the question. It's a great question. All right, Ralph. From New Jersey. I'm about to go to break in a second, but make it fast. Thank you, Judge for taking my call. Now, you said America lives the way I look at it is, um it's a bit down. You know the agenda and policy that he will push through the 1st 100 days. That's still things to us. An individual. It rubs you the wrong kind of way. On. He's doing things I've missed. You get that impression on doing things for all their own reasons. This is Obama all over again. Okay. All right. You you made the point. Very well. It's Obama all over again. America Last we remember Obama comes in, I believe is January 20th. He goes over to Cairo and apologizes for being ah, American or for what America does did on when you see Jen Psaki and a lot of the other people. These are all Obama people. It's like a rerun. The Obama administration. So it's a great question, and I think we're going to see a lot more of Obama's, you know, pulling the strings here, but I'm really now excited to tell you about a new company. You need to look into Mammoth nation. America's conservative discount.

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Dominating the headlines Right now It's the perfect time for a verdict and you heard it here on talk Radio 77 w A. B. C. This is such Judge Jenny Tuttle, the Tower's foundation Sunday morning show Judge Jeannine Pirro. Now here's Judge, Janine Bureau. Well, this is not judged Indian bureau sitting in for Judge Janine of this Sunday morning. This cloudy dreary Sunday morning holding her gavel is Frank Marino. I'll be back at 1 A.m.. I'm on every morning from 1 A.m. 26 A. M. If you can't stay up that late and get up that early. I do hope you'll listen to the podcast. You can find the podcast just by searching the other side of midnight. That's a show where we go into the paranormal, The occult, the wacky. I tried to tell some funny stories and keep you entertained. Or you could just search Frank Morano because I said, I do this W ABC News Hour every morning from 5 to 6, where I bring you more news in one hour than the All News stations do all day with a little bit of commentary thrown in there, but one of the things when you're used to being on the radio for five or six hours every day. You kinda. It's a different world to only be on for an hour, So you throw out all these topics. It's throughout the course of five hours and then you hope people calling them and you started to run out of gas. A little, but you kind of can rely on the colors. But something strange has happened today because we've been thrown out a bunch of topics and the phones are jammed. So we're gonna try and go to everybody. And end this show in a manner that I like to call 15 seconds of fame, and if you don't get to be heard for these 15 seconds, you can also email me and Frank got Moreno at WNBC radio dot com. We'll go to my Facebook.

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Where he said to the president on national television through Rachel Maddow on her show on MSNBC. These intelligence agencies have it's unwise. I'm paraphrasing here. It's unwise to alienate these intelligence agencies because they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you. Those two comments. The I comment of 1961, the Chuck Schumer comment of 2016, those should haunt every American 808 48 W A. B C. Let me say hello to Jerry and Hell's Kitchen, Jerry, you're on the Judge Jeannine Pirro Tunnel to towers Sunday morning show. Hey, Good morning. Uh, you know, I was listening to Curtis. Uh, Christmas day. I think it was a better Christmas Eve. Uh, day and because Bernie, I didn't hear Bernie's criticism of his mayoral run. What Curtis, At least if it wasn't once it was 10 times. Hey, said the fealty the bacon lettuce, tomato Jew, He emphasizing ju uh, a Ziff. There was that's Ah, you know, bad thing like Hey was saying I don't know what Jewish has to do with being against his mayoral run. And I've heard Curtis speak It events in Brooklyn at Jack Cry at Crown Heights, hey, was really engaging. And I don't take anything away from his support of the Jewish people. But that was really ugly and well, look, Thank thank thank you for the call. Jerry. I have to I have to break here. Let me just say this. I mean, we're all friends. I mean, and and anybody. You don't hear bust chops with one another on the radio. Those of the guys that were not friends with but said Curtis, may we're all we're all friends, So I mean, I think Curtis was just kind of busting chops. He was kind of being Playful and poking fun at the fact that Sid Rosenberg although he's Jewish is not exactly kosher, Believe me, believe me, said did not take it personally. And Justus. Curtis didn't take it personally, when I was kind of poking fun at him earlier. We're all friends, You know. I mean, I wouldn't take anything you hear on the radio about criticism of our colleagues. Too seriously. Hey, we'll continue with your calls Next 808 for 89222. I'm on Twitter as well at Frank Marino. That's Frank M o r a N. O b back at 1 a.m. today, But in the meantime, this is the judge Jeannine Pirro Tunnel to Towers Sunday morning show. I'm Frank Marino will be right back. Yeah. The news and talk.

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07:44 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"An issues of crime and punishment and good morning, everybody happy Sunday morning, It's 11 20 on the judge. Janine Towel Tunnel to Towers Foundation Sunday morning show. I'm Frank Marino sitting in for Judge Janine, who we hope is back next week, because quite frankly, we miss hearing around the radio and even more honestly. I'm not getting paid anything extra for doing this show so you better come back, But you can normally hear me from one I am to 6 A.m.. If you're ever up early or up late, right here on 77 W A, B C and on talk radio one of 71 I host the other side of midnight from 1 A.m. 25 A m. We deal with a lot of stuff having to do with mysteries. We have a lot of fun. We tell some funny stories. We deal with a lot of stuff having to do with conspiracies and conspiracy theories. Not that I don't necessarily believe all these theories that we've beat your but I think it's fun to highlight and you never know. Sometimes there might be more to these theories than meets the eye. Then from 5 to 6 A.m.. We sort of do a news, our type of thing, which where we took give you more news in one hour. Then the all news stations do all day. Now. I'm gonna get to your calls in a second, but there is one issue that has disturbed me a great deal. Now I understand if you have little kids, and I don't have Children, so maybe I'm maybe I'm speaking. This is yet another area where I'm speaking about a subject that I just know nothing about which let's face it, That's most subjects. I don't know much about very much. But if you have little kids, especially if they're twins, I completely understand dressing them in the same outfit. Here's what I don't get. I don't get any couple that dresses in identical pajamas. And puts their child or Children in identical pajamas and then sends that photograph out as their Christmas card or puts that out on social media. Now, I wasn't gonna mention this because I have Ah, Couple of friend of mine of friends of mine. They're a couple. I'm not gonna mention their names. I'll call the Mitch and Daniella. That's not their real names. I've changed their names to protect the innocents, but we'll call the Mitch and Daniella Hofburg. And the Hofburg send out a Christmas card with the two of them wearing identical pajamas and their daughter, their 16 year old daughter. Also wearing identical becomes now to me. This is the most ridiculous thing in the world. Could you see John Wayne wearing identical pajamas to his child and wife? Of course not. Could you see Clint Eastwood? Wearing identical pajamas to his wife and kids. No. Could you see Sean Connery? No. Come on, then. I opened up the New York Post today. And this is what prompted me to talk about this and I'm cured. Maybe maybe I'm just become too much of a crime much and tell me what you think. 808 for 89222. Headline, Bold Twin Family Christmas. And it's got Alec Baldwin, his wife, Hilaria. And it's got 1234 4.5 Children. All wearing Identical flannel pajama as now, when you do this, if you're Alec Baldwin as soon as they take your photo, do you essentially just Take your Onions and hand them over to your wife. Is that what happens procedurally here if anybody knows where is them? Or is it more involved? Is it surgical? Because to me this looks absolutely ridiculous. All right, we're trying to get ahold of Glenn Greenwald 808 489222. That's 1 808 48 W a be seen If you want to comment on anything we're discussing. I would love to hear from you. Let me begin with, Um Michael in queens. Hello there, Michael. Mr Murano. Thank you for taking my call. And it's a pleasure to speak to you. And I will work has could incise as I can. And then I look forward to your response. Well, thank you, Michael. And like Al Pacino in the movie scent of a woman, you know, I'm not too formal. You could just call me Frank. Thank you, sir. Um, I would like to understand that maybe you could understand that better than I do. And that's why I'm calling and asking with everybody suffering in America was suffering so much, Even even the whole world is suffering. How is it that Congress Always seems to be on vacation. They give themselves huge pay raises, and if that's not enough, they're allowed to participate by law in insider trading when anyone else would go to prison. Well at fortunately and thank you for the call Michael and appreciate you calling in and you raised a great point. Fortunately, they have changed that law, and they can no longer legally participate in insider trading. That's actually what Congressman Chris Collins ended up going. Getting federally convicted for along with his son, Congressman Chris Collins, just pardoned last week by President Trump. But the broader point that you make is still is still well taken, and I'll be honest with you. There are two great parties in this country, and it has nothing to do with Democrats and Republicans. It has nothing to do with conservatives and liberals it has to do with political insiders and insiders in general. And everybody else because I'll be honest with you. You take a guy and this is my favorite thing to do. And this is one of the reasons I what I was hoping we could get a hold of green Glenn Greenwald today because I'm a die hard trump supporter Glenn Greenwald can't stand Donald Trump. And yet, if you look at issue after issue, we agree on almost everything. Now who was making the most sense about the stimulus package. The two outsiders in Congress on the left and on the right Bernie Sanders on the left Josh Holly on the right. And if you look at who's always the stumbling block, it's always the establishment. The Mitt Romney's The Nancy Pelosi's people like that so You have a whole political class in this country, and it's not just people in politics. It's people in the in Wall Street. It's people in Big tech. It's people in academia. It's people in the think tank world and you have people who and there are certainly in the defense industrial complex and you have all these people. That are benefiting from the system as it is, and then you have all these ordinary average everyday Americans that are not doing well. There's what's one reason why you saw some people in 2016 that voted for Bernie Sanders voting for Donald Trump in the general election because Trump said, some of the same things that Sanders was saying on trade on elections being rigged on stopping these never ending Middle Eastern foreign wars, So there is an opportunity in this country and I'm hope. When it comes to fruition in the next four years, and we don't go back to our professional wrestling play fighting days of Oh, Democrats, bad Republicans. Good because the truth is much more complicated than that. You take somebody on the left and you take somebody on the right and you put him in a room together. You put him out of table you will And if they're not politicians Or media people. You will be amazed at how much they agree with. Hey, you agree with term limits? You'd be amazed at how often the right wing or in the left wing of both said Yes. Hey, Do you agree with you? No, not allowing Congress to raise its own pay in the state Legislature raised around pay. You'd be amazed at how often they both say Yes. Do you agree.

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06:42 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"B C. Now, Here's Judge Janine Bureau. Well, Good morning, everybody. This is the judge Ginny Tunnel to towers Sunday morning show. But Judge bureau is off today. I'm Frank Moreno. Holding the gavel in her stead. What an action packed show for you here today. Let me tell you what we're not going to be doing, and it's no disrespect to any of the shows that do do this, But we're not going to be doing very look. Burke of the 10 biggest stories of 2020. I watch the news. I listened to the news and whenever somebody comes on and said, Well, let's take a look at the 20 biggest stories of 2020. All I could think of is I lived it. I was here for the last year. I have a pretty good memory. I don't need you to recap for me Your version of what the 10 or 20 best stories of the year 2020 years, especially when there is so much news going on right now now. You want to? First of all, Let's look at what's happening in Washington. I know Mayor Giuliani and Dr Maria Ryan touched upon this a little bit. But look at what's going on in Washington. And, you know, I've never been a Democrat or Republican. But I am a trump supporter, and I came pretty close to becoming a Republican. When when they bet when you know Donald Trump won the primary, and I said Okay, you know, maybe Donald Trump has changed the party. Maybe I can Be a Republican, and I never ended up switching. I'm still still in independent and looking at what's happening in Washington right now is a textbook definition of why I don't think I could ever join the Democratic or Republican parties because you have a situation in which both parties are essentially behaving at times like Children. And at times like water carriers for special interests and the fact that right now in the midst of a global pandemic and a nationwide economic crisis, in spite of what the stock market says, you want to know how the economy's doing. Walk down your streets around the corner from where you live and take a look at all the stores that have shut down and aren't reopening. We are in the middle of an economic crisis when the middle of a global pandemic and yet Congress has managed to allow unemployment to run out. Now they can't come up with a deal with a simp. Simple direct payments, too. People. Simple direct payments to Americans. How about instead of passing a 5000 page bill? What you're demanding Congress vote upon without reading. How about you? You pass a simple 50 page bill that Congress can actually read and understand what's in it, and you don't necessarily tie it to full funding of the government. You don't tie it to an increase in funding for the Smithsonian or keeping George Washington on the $1 Bill, which I agree with, By the way, I'm all for George Washington. Well, you don't tie it toe aid to these foreign countries. A simple standalone bill on covert stimulus. Why is that so hard? Well, it's not so hot. It's only hard when the 535 public servants In Washington, D C act more like the servants of the special interests that they're actually serving, But we're going to keep an eye on that. And you're gonna hear a lot of doom and gloom over the next day about the possibility of a government shutdown guard government funding expires midnight tomorrow. Now that's true, and we may see a government shutdown and I don't want to see a government shutdown. But I used to panic Justus much as everybody else when there was news of a government shutdown, But then I realized that what always happens is the so called non essential workers, and I hate calling anybody non essential but the so called non essential workers. They have to stay home from work and then ultimately, they get paid. Anyway. They just get their pay retroactive. So if there is a government shutdown in some ways, the big winners will be the non essential workers know, I recognize that if there's a protracted government shutdown, that means they may have bills and obligations that they're not gonna be able to pay. But the fact of the matter is most of their creditors will work with them on that they see what's going on, and they allow them to delay their credit card payments, Their phone bills, maybe even their mortgage payments. You know, landlord it was taking a delay on rent. That's another matter. That could be serious, but they're not gonna be able to evict anyone in a short amount of time. I mean, look, it's crazy that government has gotten to this place. Where people have to worry about this stuff. But ultimately, I think the most likely scenario is they'll be a government shutdown for two or three days, and ultimately, the so called non essential workers will get paid for those those three days anyway. 808 489222 was their telephone number. If you look at what's happening in this city, New York City, the city I've spent my entire life in It is an absolute mess. Now. Thankfully, this police officer that was shot. It's a brave New York City police officer Khan eb Olek, who was shot and had his life saved by a bullet proof vest has checked out of the hospital. He was rushed in having been ambushed while responding to a domestic violence call on Crown and you know, in Crown Heights on Christmas Eve. This is why I really get so sick when I see people and I don't think this is a political thing. But when I see people of any persuasion, bashing the cops or say, how do you spell racist? NYPD or saying? You know? How do you spell murderer? NYPD There is such a lack of appreciation of the danger that New York City police officers face every time they go to work. Now I have the good fortune of having a job where I get to sit and bloviate on the radio. Now I could do the job. Well, I could do the job poorly, but in most circumstances, nobody's going to try to shoot me. There are a couple of notable exceptions to this. You may remember Alan Berg. If you've seen the movie talk radio. You know, it does happen on my friend Curtis Lee. What would argue that it happened him, But nobody is going to try and shoot me just for the prospect of my coming to work That is not true with New York City police officers or police officers anywhere in the country. They're asked to do just about everything. There's a There's a cat stuck in a tree somewhere. Realistically, you're not calling the fire Department. Are you calling the n y p d. There's a mentally ill person swinging the knife somewhere. There's ah husband beating his wife somewhere. There's ah, a traffic incident. The person that responds to others a terrorist, The person that responds to everything from drug dealer to catch stuck in the tree and everything in between other cops..

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04:32 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So I think the justices did not want to be the cause of rioting in the streets. If they would hand this election to Donald Trump, which is exactly what you would have seen. Here s o I again. I don't know why the Supreme Court decided not to take the case. But it's only my speculation. 808 489222 Let me say hello to Fausto on Staten Island. What neighborhood you live in? And Staten Island, Fausto? Yes. Stable to it. If you look a twisted justice and CNN Thank you, Fausto. You could tell we have a rookie call screener today because our primary call screener has covert. This guy lives to call radio shows and bash Jeannine Pirro for some legal case, That's 2025 years old. I don't know the details of that case. But I who am a champion of the underprivileged champion of the wrongfully convicted It makes me not want to look at that case because that caller is such an incredible jerk 808 for 89222 Let me say hello to John calling from the county of orange. What's on your mind, John? How are you, Mr Murano? I hope to me and gets better. I She's phenomenal, and I just heard on the radio. It didn't sound like I don't know she had Kobe just to cut to the chase. I echo everything that, she says as far as the justice system goes. I think just the whole system is just completely falling apart and I'll give you a for instance of what's actually going on right now. As we speak in the Southern District of New York in New York City, there was a case between a woman I knew against Trans Union. That was not frivolous because the trans union never filed a A rule's A federal civil procedure. 12 Beast be six motion, which is a motion to dismiss the case ran its course and pre trial discovery through summary judgment. The magistrate allowed some of her claims to go to trial. Yet amazingly, which just never happens in federal into southern district in federal court once the magistrate makes a recommendation. When the case a mace summarizes for trial. Always Steve Beast, senior judge just rubber stamps. Whatever the magistrate recommends. In this case, the judge completely threw her case out. That is absolutely unheard of And the Southern District of New York. Now, here we are all this time this happened about I don't know the exact time so I don't have the doctor in front of me. This might happen, Say about a year ago. Just before Thanksgiving. This woman gets this hair brain email from a clerk from the court, saying opposing counsel is filing a motion to recoup all attorney's fees. We received this request from from her on a voice on a voice mail on a voice message. Beacon speed. The request for leave for this motion has been granted. So this woman thought this is some fish email, she said. This can't be possible. And I said, Well, what of the local one of the local judges rules and she said, everyone has to be present to request them at a conference to request the motion. It can't be anything ex party. You know, John, I gotta break here. We're running way behind and I'll be honest with you. I don't know if the listeners were following that. And thank you for the call John. Clearly a very learned it guy in a very accomplished legal scholar in his own right. He kind of lost me. Be honest. The X Party. 13 b this hearing that hearing I again I get that I get the gist that there's something rotten in Denmark. I You lost me on some of the particulars there. But perhaps it's because I have the attention span of a gnat 1 808 48 w A. B C will continue with your calls. Next. This is Frank Marino sitting in for Judge Jeannine Pirro. Hopefully she's gonna be back next Sunday. She has covert. She sounded great to make. She sounded as energetic as ever. If you don't get through on the phones today, you can find me on Twitter at Frank Moran. Oh, that's Frank. M o R A N Now make your voice heard there. You can also email me at frank dot Murano at wnbc radio dot com. This is Sunday mornings with judging I'm Frank Marino will be right back. Whose opinion and information never miss a headline like 77. W A. B C on Facebook. Texting and rolls you into re occurring automated text messages, message and data rates may apply. Come on. One more rep. You got this 10. There it is. Nice work. You're a beast. Thanks, man. I feel better than I have in years and I got to tell you taking.

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"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Now here's Judge, Janine Bureau. We're struggling. A lot of people in all these businesses. You've lost a lot and Beginning we were okay to sacrifice the sacrifice and the sacrifice everything at this point, and you have to take care of us. Government's supposed to be there to protect you, and that's the opposite of what's happening. All right, everybody You just heard from Dan Presti, who was the owner of Max Pub and Staten Island. I'm sure you've heard about what's going on and Staten Island, but we're going to give you firsthand what's going on there. My guest today is Scott Lobato, who is an activist. He is in a true American as someone who was a patriot who has gotten involved with Danny Presti, who was the owner of Max Pub who has gone through quite a lot, and his his case in his situation is a microcosm of what is going on in America. Where small business owners are being crushed their not being allowed to go toe work. They're being told that according to science and the data, which can be easily manipulated. We all know that which is very often ignored by the people at the top. We all know that we This is now being used. Who caused the middle class to literally go broke and it's not right. It's not fair, and it's not American. So right now I want to. I want to introduce my next guest to Scotland bait. Oh, Who knows? Danny Presti, the owner of Max Pub and has been involved from the beginning, Scott, Welcome to Sunday morning, Judge Inning tunnel to Towers Foundation. Good Morning, Judge. All right, How did you get involved with Danny and Max Pub? Um, askew. May I may not know I've been an activist. You know, a patriotic artist my whole career since the nineties, And that's when political correctness I saw rear, its ugly head and the anti American Agenda started to blossom, and I just couldn't have that. You know, as coming from a family that were cops, Fireman veterans and Patriots in the flag was always you know, in Grandma's Yard s o, I just used my artwork, too. You know, fight for the people and be a voice kind of so all the way up to now, Um, you know, I've been trying to tell people in warning people for so long and it like here we are now. This is 70 76 again. This is 17 76 again, So Danny reached out to me, he said he's going down. His business like everybody else is. What is his business? Exactly? He owns a small, very small tavern. It's called Max Public house. Okay, What does he sell there? Sandwiches, burgers and beer and booze. Okay, so the city comes in the sheriff's come in. And what? What? Hey, Where did this start? The sheriffs? Tell him that you can't. You can't open your doors. Well, it started where he reached out to me as the activists that I am, he said Scott with closing. We're going to close. We have my whole life. It's all over. It's over. We cannot. We cannot live. We're not making any money. We can't pay taxes. We can't feed our families. It's over. So if I'm going out I'm going out. I'm going out hard and I want you to help. So as the community activists especially step now where I'm from, I said, Well, this is what we're gonna do. We're gonna pull this autonomous zone thing. Okay, like they didn't see Adam. So you came up with the autonomous zone. And of course, the autonomous zone is where all the lefties go into Seattle. They tear the place apart. They burned buildings and they end up creating their own town and they don't let anybody in or a month they had month. Authorities would not go in there for a month, and they had shootings there, though. Was an alleged rape that occurred there. Robberies occurred there. They had guns there, and the cops did nothing. The cops stood well because the city told him to send the mayor told them to stand down. I mean, it's the same thing here. What is this made? What has he done? The city was destroyed during these riots, and the mayor specifically said to stand down to the PD who wanted to do their job. But now look what's happening. But yet they have to stand down. But look what he does sending these sheriffs in This little mom and pop business like it's like 20 thirties. Sheriff's like he's a mass murderer. It's It's heartbreaking. It's heartbreaking right now. You know what's interesting is that the NYPD wasn't sent in by a Bozo de Blasio. Instead, he sends in the sheriff. This guy Joseph Aceto, says, Sheriff. What? He didn't have the balls to say no. Listen, The NYPD wants nothing to do with it. I know that NYPD is worried about crime. They're not worried about a guy trying to make a living in a zone that is, you know, next to his own. That isn't a hot So how do you do that? What kind of selective enforcement that this is totally communism. Now, look, we know that it's the virus If there is a virus, but you cannot. You cannot. There was a story yesterday that there were hundreds of people online in the Staten Island mall, buying candles that were on discount candles. Essential, essential, amusing quotations here Essential candles. I want this bed bath and beyond, But this guy can't open up his 15 seat restaurant to serve a damn burger and a beer pay for his family Paid for Is everything gonna do you one better I was on American Airlines last month. And the pilot want to see me after. I guess he watches my show and I said to him, I said, I had no idea. Every seat is full people on top of each other. I said, I thought the seats were separated, he said. Judge We've been doing this since June. Nobody said a word. American Airlines every seat filled on top of each other, lined up in and out. Nobody cares what they're picking on this small business owner. A man is trying to take care of his. I'm disgusted history. I am telling you as an activist. I have never seen people more fired up. I've been trying to fire people up for decades, and I don't get the giant is woke and people are fed up across this country. Look, I want to emphasize this. Our emperor that governor Okay, the Emmy Award winning governor. What did he tell us to do? Janine? He said. Don't stay home in a big group of people because that's where the virus spreads the most. And when you went up people going to go for a burger and a B if they can't go out to a pump all their friends, we all have friends. We like to socialize. They're all home. They're all home. 20 people partying together. No regulations, So it's back. It's back, firing its back for well, Look, Everybody knows what that they are. They're hypocrites, and it's not just hypocrites, Scott. It's not just that they're like do as I say. Not as I do. It tells me they don't believe it. It tells me they don't believe the science and the data, which is why you know the wine, the wine yards and that that what's his name Noose and I keep getting caught up with him The wine yards in in California, his air open But not everybody else is. It's all about them and their and then their imperial. Er, Uh, did you see what he did to that breaking news today? Hey, shut down all the outdoor dining in California. But yet he had an outside tent gigantic test for the film crew to make a movie. Okay, Just listen, people say, Scott, you are kind of getting a super spread. It started with these rallies of people who are fed up. Meanwhile, the super spreaders of these men and women did dictators. These these the governor's the mayor's who are not being hypocritical, who are not abiding by the rules that they are setting forth with the community, and the community is not going to listen. If they don't see them doing it, then the community is not going to do it. Well, I'll tell you who said the shredder is super spreaders Andrew Cuomo when he sends sick, infected patients into a long term nursing care facility or nursing homes and then says that what are you gonna do?.

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"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"judge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Why are we seeing such a disparity in the treatment of ordinary Americans? Why are the elite the Democrats telling us what we have to do and how we can survive? How we can feed our families? How we live? Whether or not our kids can go to school? Whether or not we can even go outside and ride a bicycle? I don't care if you're on the west coast of the East Coast. These people, whether it's Newsome and California or Cuomo in New York. For some reason, they've got some dictatorial gene in them. That makes them think that they are God and that they can tell us what we can and cannot do. They forget that this is the United States of America. They forget that we are people born of a revolution. They forget that we're accustomed to saying what we want, doing what we want. It's called Life, Liberty and the pursuit of justice and the pursuit of happiness. And what I'm looking for this morning is an answer to why they can go on vacation. Why they can eat in restaurants while they tell us to stay home, not come out and the latest in California. Which is absolutely blowing. My mind is you can't go outside and ride a bicycle. You can't even go outside 85% of California is shut down as of last night. You've got this bozo Gavin Newsom, who keeps his, uh wine. His, uh, snap is of that. What am I talking about? The when they have the wine that it is. Now he's not somebody grows the grapes. Good, Janine. Yeah, He's got his wineries that he keeps open. But he's shutting. Everybody else's down. He tells everyone you can't go to dinner, but he goes out to the French laundry and $350 a plate. He tells everyone that their kids can't go to school, and yet he sends his kids to private school. These people are all Hypocrites. They are people who think that they conduce what they want to do, and what's good for them is good for them while they tell us that we can't even survive. So in the next segment we're going to hear from Scott Lobato, who was an activist. He is an all American who is a very outspoken individual is going to talk about what's happening at Max Pub in Staten Island. As governor, Cuomo decides that he wants Hey, wants to shut parts of New York down. He wants to tell us that we can't eat in restaurants that we have to eat outside. I mean, this is all craziness, everyone. There is no science. There is no data. The data is whatever they wanted to be, And that's a sad part of all this is people see, their business is being destroyed as people end up Spending their their life, building a business and then watching it be destroyed while others are able to survive. It is very much a disappointment, so we're going to talk about the inequity and right now I want to go to the tunnel to Towers Hotline. Let's hear from Frank in Queens. Yes. Good morning, Judge Janine. You know, I voted this year and I've been voting for many years and here in the board of elections in the city of New York. And they have voting machines that I don't know what technology they used, but they seem to be connected to different computerized systems that go directly to Albany and into D. C. And they sometimes have used photographic imagery taking pictures of your water I d card or usually allow you to, uh, Elektronik. Lee, Sign your name into the system compared signature. What's the question? Well, my question. Jenny. Judge Janine is this Do you believe that? Maybe there's a possibility that Donald Trump created some sort of memorandum towards the FBI so they'll investigate. Other Dominion servers throughout all 50 states, thus allowing this massive amount of voter fraud to incur which cannot be investigated at certain levels. Well, Do I think that that the president has a sent a directive to the FBI to investigate Dominion? Is that the question? Yes, well, I would. I would hope so. But at the same time, you know that's really up to the FBI. It's up to Bill Bar in the Department of Justice, which is why it was so strong. I'm Bill Bar when I opened up today, saying for him to come out and say, while there's so many open issues and open questions that you know, we haven't seen anything that would affect the outcome of the election. Well, what if you looked at Bill? You know what have you done? That causes you to make this decision right in the middle of the election, or is it you don't want to see any any any outright out rising in the street. You don't want to see any protest. You don't want to see any buildings burn. You know, everything is calm. Now, let's just let it go. I don't think that's the way things should be run. But in the end, I mean, if the FBI's looking at it, they better look at it soon. Because if they don't mean nothing is gonna happen. December 14th is one. The electors vote. So what? Mary from Queens. You want to comment on Attorney General Bar? Welcome to the tunnel to Towers Foundation Sunday morning show. Yes, I did. Thanks, Judge training for being so out. Spoken. I watched your show last night. You're opening. It was incredible. I've been thinking all along. You know the DOJ. People need to rise up. You can go to their website, contacts, civil rights and demand an investigation. Now I have a question. Can President Trump declare some kind of national breach on the election? Stop the clock and give time for the investigation to happen. Well, you know, I imagine he could do that. But at the same time based upon that, you know the Legislature and what's going on. I mean, they would. They would go bonkers and they would start on the streets. I really think that that's the issue. I think that you know there is a recognition here that you know you'll start with the protests and the craziness. And the president is trying to be elegant about it. And basically saying, if it doesn't work out this time, then I'm coming back in four years and make no mistake, he will, But you know, we've still got time Don't give up. And that's why the president was in Georgia last night, trying to make it clear that we need these two in the Senate Purdue in La Flor, but Yeah, There's a lot of things that can be done. We just have to make sure that the courts are strong and that the legislators of strong look you've got. You've got camp in Georgia governor and you've got Purdue in Arizona. Both of them can call a legislative session and they can decide who the electors are based upon the fact that There is so much stealing and so much fraud in the election, but that you know they don't have the gold Jones to do it on. That's the problem. Everybody's afraid of something, but Let's go. Finally to one quick question. Uh, Larry from Brooklyn. You're skeptical of what I said last night hit it. Yes, I just want him. Maybe there's some, Chazz, um, between the between the Justice Department and the FBI. Because this Christopher Wray seems like the stick in the mud. Hey, would have been better if he had resumed J. Edgar Hoover from the grave. He would have gotten more results, because when I look at Christmas array, I see him standing there. He looks like he was sucked in by the swamp. Because Trump never cleaned out. The FBI was responsible for the visa..

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