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"julio rocha" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:18 min | 5 months ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on 710 WOR

"7 10 W O R. Let's hear from somebody who was there on the ground during all this craziness, mayhem destruction last night on the streets of Philadelphia. We got Julio Rocha sauce with us. Now he's been doing great coverage of the riots all summer. He is a senior writer at townhall dot com. Julio thanks again. Thanks for having me so just take us through this man. The timeline did it. Start out with protests and turn into riots. What did you see What happened? So the protests started last night in West Philadelphia, which is where the shooting took place on Monday, and so they marched over to the 18th precinct of the Philadelphia police, but they were stopped from getting close by right police. And there's a bit of a standoff. There was some heckling and there wasn't shouting from the protesting side of bald on then at that point in the night, that's when AH, looting started to take place in northern Philadelphia. It was about 20 minutes away. And so I headed over there with some of my colleagues of daily caller in the blaze and we went over there and it was just absolute chaos and it wasn't just nesting booting. It was also rioting in the sense that there was also Multiple gunshots fired in the area as well. So that's when police tried their best to get a handle on the situation. But just because there was quite literally thousands of people just rampaging through this part of the city With 1000. Thousands of people were involved in the looting and rioting. It's it's amazing. You've got no sense of that, based on the media coverage that you're seeing in general this morning, right? Exactly, Unfortunately, that there seems to be a lack of coverage of This mass on Russ and quite a major city on the East Coast. And so unfortunately the police were able Teo respond to everything and they had a prioritized the most serious crimes. Now that were being committed, and that left a lot of stores at the mercy of voters. What were what were the stories that you saw him in Walmart? I saw a video of that Wal Mart was was ransacked. Was there any with 30 cents you had, if, for example, in Chicago during riots there over the summer, it was clear because people showed up with vehicles for the purpose of taking things that they had stolen quickly away, loading their trunks up, and they were targeting high end stores. Clothing stores with expensive sneakers. And, you know electronics stores, things like that. What were they going after last night? Was there? Was there any any Any general plan that it seemed, was just whatever store happened to be near where the mob wass. It's time to be whatever store near the where the was closest to and and I would say that the tactic was very similar to Teo. What you just run into in Chicago. People would pull up in their cars. Someone would get out Russian grab as much as they could, and then hop back in, and then they move on to the next next door. That was close by so It's very, very similar to and in fact, there was quite a quite a bit of cars that you could see that we're passing by. There were just filled to the brim with all sorts of merchandise, and in some cases, they just threw it up on the roof. Once again. They ran out of space and they were like I said they would just go hit store after store of store because you know this is a strip mall we're talking about. There's multiple stories and people would just rush in and out. Julio rose ost of townhall dot com. Everybody we're talking him. He's a senior writer. There. He was on site last night on Julio, Tell me about this. Thiss there some tweets, saying that the rioters were attacking journalists. I saw one photo of a journalist who claim that he was bloodied, beginning punched in the face by rioters just for for being there. What did you know about this? Yes, I believe you're referring to a light A shaper? Yes, plays so he was. I did see him being attacked. In one of the stores. There was a five below store. I believe they attacked him because he was filming people committing Ah, committing this crime out in the open, and they just they punched him. Try my album and he threw his hands up in something saying, like, Hey, I'm not trying to attack you or anything on DH. So they obviously did not like ah, the attention that that they were receiving But you know that's what happens when people commit crimes brazenly just out in the open for everyone to see Now there's also Ah, we're their situations where you were hearing. Rhetoric of of a racial nature from the protesters and also antique operator. What were they chanting and shouting? So the protesters in west Philadelphia they were chanting Sze! Every precinct! Every town! Burn it burn to the ground. They you know they did the typical f the police they were chanting. Ah! You know, don't give pigs any power, referring to cops, obviously, so they definitely had their normal heated rhetoric aimed at him. The police obviously Just because the climate that that we're in it's just kind of this kind of normal, unfortunately did to hear some of that stuff on and some cases they did attack. Some cops and the cops did make some arrests after that about how many arrests and were there any serious injuries to other bystanders or police? So we haven't heard of any major injury toll from the officers like we did on on Monday Monday, there were about 30 officers that were injured, including one for one sergeant, who was run over by a pickup truck. That that ran into the police line. So I think that they were better prepared this time in terms of being able to protect themselves from any projectiles or any vehicle vehicle tracks, But There were a couple of arrests made. But that was in west Philadelphia. In the northern part where it was being looted there. It seemed that they weren't necessarily trying make arrest. They were just trying to get people away. From the stores. And so obviously, police couldn't be at every place at once. So one cops believe they would just come right back because they weren't arrested the first time. On da Julio before we let you get back to covering all this are their expectations that there will be more riots. I mean, I know the national Guard was called in. Clearly that didn't stop all of this last night. Are they still bracing for Mohr? Do the authorities in Philadelphia think that they've at least for now? Been ableto to put a little of this? So stores are boarding up Asan boarding up yesterday, and there's more places boarding up today. Just because you never know what what? What the night brings and typically by night three. Authorities generally are able to get more controlled situation because the National Guard is in full mobilization, But it just depends on whether or not the police are actually able to make arrests for for looting and burglary. S so right now. It just It just remains to be seen on what's not holds Julio rose.

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"julio rocha" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:07 min | 7 months ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In Louisville and riots happened. We've got somebody joining us now who was there on the front lines, letting us know what really went down. Julio Rosas is with us. Now. He is a senior writer at townhall dot com. Julio Glad you're safe and sound and what happened last night. What you see, so there are a lot of March is. There's a lot of writing on the aftermath of the grand jury decision that that was announced yesterday that said he was kind of bracing for that. Unfortunately, the riot's kind of came to fruition around seven o'clock eight o'clock last night at the Hall of Justice, and that was where the city government it's kind of located around the downtown area. People start to set fires all over the place. And then, at one point, they tried to set fire to the wooden boards that we're protecting the windows on the Hall of Justice. And so at that point, the Louisville police Department declared to be unlawful assembly and they said that they had a reverse crowd control munitions were going to be used. And so officers inside the building had to come out to put out the fires. But they were just absolutely pelted with all sorts of throwing projectiles. And so they had to retreat back inside. The crowd, then left the area because they didn't want to be tear gas. And so they were trying going through the side streets because they were tryingto evade police would kind of mall. And then, at one point was over on on Broadway Street, where they were marching towards the police officers that were up ahead. Three officers fired to flash bangs in the air that exploded overhead. And then about two seconds later, that's when we started here. Gunshots ring out and people really started to the scatter because obviously we don't know who's been shot. And then at that point A large number of police officers just swarmed into the area. It's a it's a player, everybody out. So there were gunshots. From what I read Two officers were hit. What do we know about them? And what do we know of the person who shot them? So the police chief waiter that night I want to be a hospital where they were. The two officers were taken Tio and the police. You said that they did receive non life threatening. Gunshot wounds and that they are expected to make a full recovery on and at the time, he said, that they had a suspect in custody, and that's as far as I know. And they did finally released the names of the two police officers. And, of course, you know this whole thing's about Resulting of black lives matter and protecting minorities. Well, one of the officers was shot was African American. And they have a suspect in custody. Julio Yes. Yes, they did. What do we know about the suspect? Not much from from lasted from last I heard I haven't. I haven't seen much of an update in terms of that. I think that they're also still looking, because there were also other. There was also other gunshots that that happened in that area and along with it. The rest of the Louisville because again it was just it was just chaos is just another business. Unfortunately, we're kind of a repeatable Have you seen across country was assuming it was very similar to what we saw and what you saw, I should say on the front lines in Kenosha, a sort of Ah, Kenosha was just because they smaller, much smaller town with a much smaller police force, so that's why they were overwhelmed. With trying to protect the county courthouse and then the rest of downtown area was was at the mercy of writers and looters on DSO Louisville had had state troopers On standby. They were able to clear out Jefferson Square Park after the gunshots on after the officers were hit, and so this wass, but I can't say this was not a peaceful Mostly. It was about to write a peaceful march because because, as as they were marching through, people were breaking off and setting fires. They were breaking the uncovered windows and over being cheered on by the crowd. And, of course, you know there was members of the media there, including myself, and they were telling even stop according to Get the cameras out of here. They were threatening the people who have the big cameras because obviously you can't really hide. So this was not this was not a mostly peaceful march that that much I can tell you speaking. Julia Rosa, senior writer, Town Hall, who got about a minute, I want to ask. You know what you think. In terms of any preparation coordination. There was that video of the U haul full off protests and riot material that pulled up broad daylight right in downtown Louisville Walking. Tell us about that, Yes, so that there was there was a woman who was saying Shields And at first I thought she was asking for people who had shields to move up to the front of the crowd, which is very common tactic, but then As I got closer to her here, saying, we have shields. We had shields and she was pointing to the U haul truck. At that point, people were just rushing and they were grabbing all sorts of stuff. Banners have homemade shields and And all that. So there is definitely organization behind this, especially when you see it places like Portland, where you know they have it down to an art form, Essentially. But there there is, Ah supply chain And there is organization within this how far how far and how deep it goes. I'm not entirely sure, but it was. It was a pretty shocking thing to see because that was the first time I had ever seen anything like that. Julio just real quick. Are we expecting Maurin Louisville, and I think it's going to calm down. So I think, because, unfortunately, we did have those two officers shot. The police kind of taking zero chances Were we saw last night? They really crack down pretty hard. They've actually rounded up Ah lot of reporters in there and crack down and rest of people putting two before with daily caller, so I think they're going to really be Ah, bring the hammer down on on anything affairs that might happen. We'll see could happen elsewhere in the country. Julio Rocha of Town Hall, everybody, Julio, Stay safe, man. Thanks again. For all your reporting. We appreciate it. Last October, a sort of telling you about a new sponsor called Done for you real estate. From the moment I sat down and met these guys in person. I wanted to be a client. I was so impressed with your.

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"julio rocha" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The summer driving might even pick up more of those held however could oil prices slipped right back down and gasoline demand is still severely weak I will probably continue to be very weak for a long time highs price Lundberg found was in Honolulu with three dollars eleven cents a gallon lowest in baton Rouge and a dollar sixty nine diesel same prices you were paying two weeks ago two dollars fifty five cents nearly a week now people opposing police brutality and racial injustice of turn to Seattle neighborhood in the ground zero for their protest they've created a carnival like atmosphere speakers drum circles lot of partying all near a largely abandoned police station townhall dot com senior reporter Julio Rocha says organizers of the Capitol Hill autonomous zone want to change that name the shadow of the capitol Commons on although right now there's a kind of a consensus that they want to change it to the Capitol Hill occupied photos just simply because they kind of you Chad is a misnomer because it's not really a pond that they're they're very much reliant on outside resources the trump repeatedly threatening go win and stop what he calls the anarchists after the city withdrew its officers in an attempt to ease tensions meanwhile Washington's governor in Seattle's mayor that we've reviewed the president they say local officials are trying to find a peaceful resolution following demonstrations that turned ugly and violent last weekend some Democrats initially tried to blame out of state far right infiltrators from rest before they've backed down on that claim Wall Street futures the Dow down nearly nine hundred points early more news and analysis at town hall dot com it's shoring are you missing it if you have an IRA or four oh one K. you probably are less than one percent hold physical gold we've been told by Wall Street for crazy people really what's crazy about an asset the beat stocks two to one I'm Adam berada national bestselling author of the book gold is a better way owner of advantage golden Inc five thousand member and highest rated gold IRA firm in the world gold is booming because gold is really about debt and global.

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"julio rocha" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Gasoline prices edged up to a national average of two dollars sixteen cents over the last two weeks that says many were expecting an extension of OPEC production cuts will boost crude oil prices and summer driving might even pick up more of those held however could oil prices slipped right back down and gasoline demand is still severely weak I will probably continue to be very weak for a long time highs price Lundberg found was in Honolulu at three dollars eleven cents a gallon lowest in baton Rouge at a dollar sixty nine diesel same prices you were paying two weeks ago two dollars fifty five cents nearly a week now people opposing police brutality and racial injustice of turn to Seattle neighborhood in the ground zero for their protest they've created a carnival like atmosphere speakers drum circles lot of partying all near a largely abandoned police station townhall dot com senior reporter Julio Rocha says organizers of the Capitol Hill autonomous zone want to change that name the shadow of the capitol automaton although right now there's a kind of a consensus that they want to change it to the Capitol Hill occupied protests December because they kind of use has a misnomer because it's not really a pond that they're they're very much reliant on outside resources president trump repeatedly threatening to win and stop what he calls the anarchists after the city withdrew its officers in an attempt to ease tensions meanwhile Washington's governor in Seattle's mayor that we've reviewed the president they say local officials are trying to find a peaceful resolution following demonstrations that turned ugly and violent last weekend some Democrats initially tried to blame out of state far right infiltrators from rest before they've backed down on that claim Wall Street futures the Dow down nearly nine hundred points early more news and analysis at town hall dot com on Tuesday July seventh all towns in New Jersey is fifteen Gresham district will.

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"julio rocha" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:42 min | 10 months ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Are in the process of resigning citing a lack of support from the apartment and city leaders as protests over George Floyd's death escalated labor secretary Eugene Scalia says last month's jobs report indicates employers are recalling laid off workers I'm not surprised that we added all the jobs we did in that we saw unemployment drop I am surprised it happened as soon as it did these are numbers from mid may when the company country was just starting to re open and yet even then we had this terrific jobs report Scalise spoke with the Salem radio network the director of the Tulsa health department says he wishes president trump would postpone a planned campaign rally in Tulsa because of recent increases in the number of coronavirus cases housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson says Mr trump's rally next weekend in a nineteen thousand seat arena in the city could be conducted safely if it's done in conjunction with the public health experts which it is being done in conjunction with them that's quite acceptable we do need to always all of us need to do what we can to prevent the spread of covert nineteen months sender I should say Carson appeared on ABC's this week program once another corona virus pandemic are still on his questions about the accuracy of tests used to screen Americans experts say more data is needed on critical issues including how many infections test may be missing the average U. S. price of regular grade gasoline rose eleven cents over the past two weeks to two dollars and sixteen cents per gallon industry analyst trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg survey says of the jump came as crude oil costs increased more on these stories a town hall dot com I love golf and I also stink at golf I tried all the lessons the special swing contraptions the neon brush to use the funny hats the putting all of my change my left pocket I like to say I just happen to have a high golf handicap my friends would say I have a high talent disadvantage luckily well I might be fighting some disadvantages on the golf course and I were facing family mortgage team we're lucky to be able to serve listeners with a unique advantage our team is an arm of a bigger company who's a direct lender which means our company gets to use its own money to make its own decisions within its own walls and for you that could mean shorter turnaround times and often a lower rate which could save you monthly and lifelong money on a new home refinance or cash out refinance we are United faith mortgage mortgages and mortgage for twenty five apart from that when your customers think realistic information to analyze consumer accidental corporate analyst with thirteen thirty causing the delays that Alaska flight which Massachusetts Mississippi North Dakota South Dakota are you to for nearly a week people opposing police brutality and racial injustice of turned a Seattle neighborhood into ground zero for their protests townhall dot com senior reporter Julio Rocha says the organizer of what's being referred to as the Capitol Hill of Thomas don't want to change the name of the capital of Harmon's own although right now there's a kind of a consensus that they want to change it to the Capitol Hill occupied photos just simply because they kind of you Chad is a misnomer because it's not really a harness they're they're very much reliant on outside resources the protesters and created a carnival like atmosphere with speakers and drum circles are largely abandoned police station Europe is taking a big step toward a new normality as many countries open up their borders to fellow Europeans after three months of coronavirus closures Europeans love their summer vacations but it's not clear how many are ready to use a rediscovered freedom news and analysis at town hall dot com new trouble in Israel from an old source media lions Lawrence Rifkin report polished Indians in the Gaza Strip have apparently resume to their practice of letting loose helium filled balloons that then fly on eastward winds into Israel to the liver incendiary devices that starred wildfires balloons of this sort landed in a fallow field on Sunday morning causing no damage several fires broke out in dry fields on the Israeli side of the border last week the practice had petered out earlier in the year when Israel and Hamas the rulers of the Gaza Strip began discussing a long term ceasefire with Egyptian mediation those talks seem to have gone nowhere and Palestinian leaders in the Gaza Strip now say they'll turn a blind eye to the launching of balloons and lower its rift in town hall.

"julio rocha" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:05 min | 10 months ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Of a black man the fast food restaurant the night before the protesters surrounded the Windies were twenty seven year old chart Brooks was shot and then made their way to the nearby interstate seventy five eighty five bringing a major thoroughfare to a standstill the Georgia bureau of investigation said Brooks resisted attempts to be taken into custody after failed a field sobriety test and a struggle ensued where Brooks season officer's taser G. battery convict rails rides a moment before Brooks was shot he runs is relatively short distance looks like it's probably five six seven parking spaces and distance and at that point turned around and it appears to the job that he points a taser at the Atlanta officer protesters on Saturday night set fire to the Wendy's restaurant where Brooks was fatally shot the night before and blocked highway traffic Bernie Bennett reporting about a police officer involved shootings been fired in the second officer was placed on administrative duty the move follows the Saturday resignation of a lot of police chief Erika shields for nearly a week people opposing police brutality of turn to Seattle neighborhood into ground zero for their protests they created a carnival like atmosphere with speakers townhall dot com writer Julio Rocha says it's hard to tell who is nonviolent and who is not during the occupation of Capitol Hill in Seattle it very much is a mixed bag in terms of whether or not if you call off or not and the reason for that is because if the large amount that large number of people that just come in and out throughout the day you know some kind of peaceful mode I was able to find it useful he says the Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan has supported the protesters but ironically they have not supported her protesters in New Orleans tore down a bust of a slave owner who left his wealth to build schools they then took the remains to the Mississippi River and rolled into the water more of the stories at town hall dot com for the Hoover Institution for town hall dot com thanks to the coronavirus crisis we have a new vocabulary including bending the curve of the disease to protect the public health system from collapse but other Kerr should be bent upward and not down including America's civic education recent national test scores show once again that young people do not know American history or how their government works only twenty four percent of eighth graders tested as proficient in government and proficiency in history drop to a pitiful fifteen percent secretary of education Betsy to Voss rightly called the test results stark and inexcusable but the scores have been low for years and little has been done it's time that we require students to study as much civics and history as they do math and science it's past time that we demand our students understand the country they will soon be running I'm David Davenport alliance defending freedom fighting for those whose liberty is being violated click on the banner at town hall review dot com his court of appeals for the DC circuit has heard arguments in the case of former trump national security adviser Michael Flynn speaking the Salem radio investigative reporter John Solomon foresees three possible outcomes from the appeals court it gives workers a judge element we think you'll find they could say judge element you gotta go back and do it a different way you didn't have this right or they could just make the case away from home and say you know it will make the decision the Smith case Solomon says the judge Sullivan's calls for arguments from former judge Gleason are moot until the appeals court weighs in on the court was only a couple weeks away from making a decision by judge television news sidekick would would try to run around it it shows that this is more of a political exercise without a legal arguments the court waded into a power struggle between two branches of government as it weighed what role if any the judiciary should play with the justice department wants to dismiss one of its own cases this is town hall dot com most Americans say they're wearing masks and they are still by and large avoiding restaurants and the vast majority are still staying at least six feet from others a new poll finds most Americans aren't ready to abandon precautionary measures in response to the corona virus even as states and metropolitan areas relax restrictions the Vikings come from the third call that impact survey conducted by NO RC at the university of Chicago for that data foundation public health officials say it's important to remain vigilant John Scott reporting a freshman Virginia GOP congressman who angered social conservatives in his district when he officiated the so called same sex marriage has lost his party's nomination US representative Denver Riggleman lost a GOP convention this Saturday it was done by a drive through because of the corona virus pandemic he was defeated by Bob good the former official the athletics department at liberty university more the stories a town hall dot com after cross Joe Piscopo in the morning weekdays six Mike Gallagher at ten ten AM nine seven eight the answer also on bark on an audio adventure in which nothing is off limits politics movies organized crime.

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"julio rocha" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Shooting of a black man the fast food restaurant the night before the protesters surrounded the Windies were twenty seven year old chart Brooks was shot and then made their way to the nearby interstate seventy five eighty five bringing the major thoroughfare to a standstill the Georgia bureau of investigation said Brooks resisted attempts to be taken into custody after failed a field sobriety test and a struggle ensued where Brooks this season officer's taser G. battery convict rails rides a moment before Brooks was shot he runs is relatively short distance looks like it's probably five six seven parking spaces and distance and at that point turns around and it appears to the odd that he points a taser Atlanta officer protesters on Saturday night set fire to the Wendy's restaurant where Brooks was fatally shot the night before and block highway traffic Bernie Bennett reporting here that a police officer involved shootings been fired in the second officer was placed on administrative duty the move follows the Saturday resignation of a lot of police chief Erika shields for nearly a week people opposing police brutality of turn to Seattle neighborhood into ground zero for their protests they created a carnival like atmosphere with speakers townhall dot com writer Julio Rocha says it's hard to tell who is nonviolent and who is not during the occupation of Capitol Hill in Seattle it very much with a mixed bag in terms of whether or not people are or not and the reason for that is because the large amount large number of people that just come in and out throughout the day you know sometimes it's peaceful mode I was able to find it useful he says the Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan has supported the protesters but ironically they have not supported her protesters in New Orleans tore down the bust of a slave owner who left his wealth to build schools they then took the remains to the Mississippi River and rolled into the water more of the stories at town hall dot com please thank the pain relief it's natural pain relief that works and pain relief that attacks the source of the pain that I've come from the doctor's clinic this morning twenty eight staples out of mine the that I am not taking pain killers why because I don't need to I'm taking really factor yes the trouble does but it doesn't have any negative side effects and I am doing just fine thank you very much that's the experience of tens of thousands of Americans what taking really factor right now see the incredible video endorsements that really factored up coming over.

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"julio rocha" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Social safety net exacerbated by widening income inequality in our housing shortage has led us to where we are today too many Californians left to live on our streets many have fun at the expense of the California governor Dr should write you a prescription because you're talking crazy talk Ben Shapiro reacted legal waiting California seems to be going well real clear investigations senior writer marketing way quipped and doctor should be able to write prescriptions for mediums the same way they do for insulin or antibiotics total dot com senior writer Julio Rocha said for those who are following along the governor of the great state of California your full people they're beautiful weather there idiots in government there the governor Gavin Newsom actually things doctor she will write a prescription for you to get home Kerry my following what the man was saying you are as a matter of fact he says he at any point say anything according to what along the lines of here's how we pay for this house or this apartment in this town house of this duplex or whatever we pay for that no no because word about that here's the way it works for me in my house if somebody give me a like I just had a prescription filled the other day costs like ninety five Bucks I didn't do go through insurance or just pay for it right unless you saying insurance would cover your home you can read all the prescriptions for a house that you want if the people can afford to have to fill the prescription would hello yeah that's gonna be for the government maybe the tax words so property taxes as high as they are in Callie right now and call it Kelly were tight would they just raise the property taxes so that we could not pay for free houses for people who don't have one I only ask you this because I have to pay for my house it's a lot of money every month I'm guessing you have a mortgage as well I do have to pay for every month yes you have a mortgage or rent or something gonna pay for every month right Sam does or will so I'm sitting here and I'm and I'm asking help why would I work so hard.

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"julio rocha" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"And eight four four five hundred forty two forty two the reason I was asking in a job the job about these stories is there and they're really getting down into the weeds and it you know they're just like it it's like I I can understand tweets more than I can understand some of the stories just because they're so while obscure and they they're trying to deliver messages to people who you know might be inclined to flap and become witnesses for John the arms investigation I just that you know this this story in the I I read it over and over again on the New York times and I I couldn't what he described it told me more about how I could make sense of it which is that the they they just kind of like they're they're shaking the trees and just see what happens and then these people start talking and that leads them in different directions like this story about the it what it is is about the a Russian analysis of what appeared to be an email exchange during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign between Debbie Wasserman blabbermouth shelves Democrat of Florida who was the chairman of the Democratic National Committee and Lee it wondered Bernardo Bernardo who works for George Soros in in the email blabber mouth Scholz suggested that Loretta Lynch was going to bloom the espionage investigation of Hillary Clinton and so they they were unsure what to do about that because they didn't know if it was if it was Russian this information from one of your Macedonian troll farms grace or whether was a real email between the head of the DNC and and this was Soros stooge so that's that's why gold we got into it and then the whole thing was leaked to The New York Times and so of course they there's there say what usually hero investigate lakes that are years old yes this is information history history from twenty seventeen it just twenty twenty nineteen just in the couple of weeks ago says the same people who investigate from stories that are decades old right from random people we have a source said trump didn't give leave a good tip thirty years ago at a restaurant right it is said Mr trump recently suggested yeah but adds that Mr call me could be prosecuted for unlawful conduct this is from The New York Times which gave itself a Pulitzer Prize for reporting two years of stories without evidence about Russian collusion another very concerned about without evidence being a big problem eight four four five hundred forty two forty two well we've been we've been reporting on the the rally in Richmond today the pro second amendment rally there you know talking about the the the you know the Democrats have just taken over control of the legislature in Richmond as well and so now they're trying to basically us get rid of the second amendment and in Virginia they're talking about calling out the National Guard firing any police officer who doesn't want to take take firearms that belonged to citizens lawfully etcetera etcetera so there have been a big they're having this big rally today and they the the mainstream media's been calling it a white nationalist rally in spite of the fact that a large percentage of the people that are at the rally our rights are not white needless to say that doesn't make them white nationalists and so the at the at their chance that we we just printed up some of the tweets from a guy named Julio Rocha Costas was doing a good job covering it with his tweets Richmond gun rights rally chance.

"julio rocha" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"julio rocha" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Engel Richard Engel of NBC news he's the chief foreign correspondent over at NBC news he just he just waited two hours ago Iran reacted with what was a calibrated response no U. S. dead according to Iraqi officials Iran did it in large part to restore Iran's honor after losing its general will trump Todd and humiliated ran will go over well that's it with that that's a journalist that's a cheap foreign cars I know that the chief foreign correspondent for NBC news was Andrea Mitchell but she's probably now got a a much more impressive sounding title for non impressive person but you got to admire these people they're just right out there you can tell that they're not necessarily rooting against the United States although some of them are but they're certainly rooting against Donald Trump that's the new journalism Richard Engel wood hill have to build the new shelf in his office to house all the journalism awards he's going to get if he keeps tweeting like this and if he makes that stuff on the air with hell if you would Sir city like I said there is other news but that before we go on I've got an email I want to read it's kind of I find it funny Brent right said Fred you can email me Deric D. E. R. U. K. at the B. C. B. M. dot com right right tent there who in their right mind would hop on a plane flying over to a rand has the stock may well I would remove the at this time part of that it wouldn't write my whatever to arrange who is the woman who my wife has they do something to our hair every once in awhile I don't know why what's that she comes over the house it does something to our hair who I don't understand what goes on with women's hair but they they spend an awful lot of time and money on it manner is glad they have hair but the the she's from Iran but she's not rainy interest some ethnic minority over there she goes and visits her family occasionally I just I'd learn to embrace Skype personally but that's just me there are people who do it there is other news like I said aside from CNN right now big fat track to did Nick Sandman the Senate trial for impeachment as Democrats are still withholding the articles of impeachment I wonder if you need a little be interesting do the Democrats sent over the articles of impeachment now while this national crisis is going on or do they say we're going to hold them for a week because to do it now would send the wrong message we need to have a United front considering that in our Twitter of statement yesterday Nancy Pelosi attacked the president you criticize the president hi it's highly unlikely that they give a damn that all norms are gone but Mitch McConnell should they send over the articles of impeachment Mitch McConnell is reporting that he has the vote to start the trial without witnesses that there's not going the Democrats do not get to dictate terms in other words the Senate Republicans are going to treat Senate there Democrats in the Senate and Democrats in the house the way the Democrats in the house three to Republicans Republicans in the house we're supposed to have a minority day hearing which meant that the them as the minority party they were allowed to call the witnesses they want they were allowed to sort of run the show for one day that sort of a concession in a tradition in the house of representatives and dad Jerry Nadler Jerry Nadler said you could have I never said I said you could have your hearing I never said when you could have it you can have it after after impeachment is Doug hitch is ridiculous it's insane I never said I was going to stop you from voting Europe allowing you to vote it's just you know on December eighth that's what I'm going to allow you to vote that's essentially what Democrats were saying the Republicans so Republicans in the Senate said well we actually run this chamber we get to decide how things go and Democrats have been throwing a little bit of a temper tantrum about that ever since well there's been a scramble for Democrats to find enough Republicans to be able to change the rules and call witnesses in a Senate trial call witnesses that the house of representatives said they didn't really need to hear from forever the house impeached the president by saying we've got enough evidence we've got the case not we're impeaching the president because we we we have kind of a case but we also think that there's enough of a case if we if present the evidence we have plus we get the witnesses we didn't bother to call that's not what they said they said this is enough course they made up the charges of when you make up the charges completely and they're bogus you can set the standard of what constitutes proof and whatever you want it to be the Associated Press reports Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that he has the votes to start president Donald trump's impeachment trial as soon as house speaker Nancy Pelosi releases the documents winning support from GOP senators to postpone a decision on calling witnesses the answer is significant enabling McConnell the by pass for now democratic demands for new testimony I don't you love that again Democrats swore to us if they had the goods they had the OEB said the proof they they had enough to impeach Donald Trump and then when it comes to trial where they have to present the evidence to prove their case is one hell we need to call John bowl we need to call Mick Mulvaney we need to call all these other people that we didn't bother to call in the house of representatives the liberal response to this is pretty basic in every sense of that word well the White House was exerting privilege over those people's conversations we could have gone to court but it would have taken too long well I'm sorry that due process of law takes too long and puts a cramp on your twenty twenty electoral strategy but that's the way our legal system works or is supposed to work certainly how it's designed to work but Democrats are the ones who decided we're not going to pursue John Bolton as a witness they didn't even they said they didn't even subpoena John Bolton the other subpoenas they withdrew which means they gave up they should have gone to court and said we demand this and this is why we needed and let the courts decide but they did they just said alright we're going to a beach anyway HM all let god sort them out or something like that it is their own doing their own making they made this bad that they don't like how they're being treated in the Senate should be a wake up call the how they treated Republicans in the house it won't be they'll claim victim status still because it's a coveted position on the left but I find it hilarious that Democrats are very upset that there won't be a fair trial there will be a fair trial over into the U. S. Senate was there a fair impeachment hearing was there one fair impeachment hearings the think of it this way when they called experts because they didn't have any witnesses they didn't really have a crime to charge anybody with they call those law school professors it was three democratic chosen witnesses verses one Republican chosen witness who also was a Democrat who doesn't like the president the United States by the way is that fair Democrats don't control seventy five percent of the seats in the house of representatives why was it that well because they wanted Republicans the only have one witness they need Republicans have one witness so they could say well we did it fair we included Republicans and they didn't want Republicans to have more than one witness because it was already awkward enough when they ignored Jonathan Turley the one Republican witness they complain of Democrats bother to ask him questions they just pretended he wasn't there so yeah that they're getting a dose of their own medicine I think is a bit of poetic justice and the way things should be speaking of insanity though over in the the house of record that the U. S. Senate there are three Senate office buildings over there they're Russell Dirksen and Hart I worked in the the Russell Senate office building Dirksen is the oldest one and heart is the newest one this is going to be cut to there's a group of people who are I I had to call a professional protesters because they don't seem to know what they're doing but they've I assume they've got to be paid by somebody else is it's probably twenty five to thirty people they're wearing protest church you not allowed in the the capitol building and and in the Senate office building the house office no you're not allowed to bring in political science so if you're at trying to go through security and you've got a sinus is Donald Trump is a monster get rid of it now your sign will be taken away or you'll be refused entry you're just allowed to bring that stuff in there which is kind of funny because it's always left wingers who bring these sorts of things and if you go up there when there are some left wing calls do sure outside in the bushes not even in the garbage I don't know why they can't use a garbage can but they don't outside in the bushes you'll see all kinds of political signs watered up and thrown in the bushes because you know what the ten extra fee you have to walk to throw it into a garbage can is is a bridge too far for these people but why you can't bring in signs you can wear stuff and there's this group of protesters up in the heart building the atrium they have a big open atrium and they the Hart office building it's the whole it's all eight floors it's open all the way up there's a big sculpture in there of this black iron mountain's and and clouds I think it's called mountains and clouds but it's kind of neat supplying uses space around it there's always open space and there are these protesters whose tell Julio Rocha of town hall that they will be there every day until Donald Trump is removed from office through impeachment and they're wearing shirts some of them had enough shirts to that they were all wearing individual letter that said that remove trump there are other people are just wearing shirts that flat out say remove trump and other varying degrees of liberal messaging well well the reporter from townhall dot com thank you guys gonna be here you know could be here for a while you've been here for a while you gonna continue to be here for awhile he asked him the question that would occur to most people upon stumbling upon people who seemingly do this for a living at it that is due don't you guys have any jobs but you don't have any place to be you don't have family you should be with don't have anything better to do than this and the they had an official spokeswoman or I should say spokes person because you never know they could be pansexual who and they look like a disgruntled first grade teacher long flowing grey hair I **** and an attitude of superiority over everybody to whom she speaks and he asked the question don't you guys have jobs which have lives what he's doing here how can you do this every single day what's going on and her answer was telling about how obsessive and insane the left has gotten even the grassroots activists again you want to tell me Ron Reagan couldn't be nominated by the modern Republican Party imagine JFK tried to with the nomination of the Democratic Party that features these people cut to go ahead all different.

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"I told you you doubted me every billionaire is bad that's another sign. if you have a professor wanna pay to see the heads roll was George Soros yeah eat the rich. in a privacy seriously. those are some of the signs. better there. at the climate data climate change strike next I will be in the middle class there's more of them well yeah. yep. they're everywhere so yeah we we might run into this and I don't want to. what. how can you not. excuse me I am so tell me about your environmental fights. but if I can if I love how the they'll call me ma'am I love how they literally don't they're not afraid to eat there so cures I think they're so confident that the media is going to be so do dom. and so afraid to report what's really happening. that they have no fear of saying that this is about ending capitalism. that that's what the sign says when I tell you it's about a blaming corporations it's capitalism it's American colonialism from two ordered some years ago you know we could invade other countries we just choose to not do that yeah because that's not our deal with we're not we give me a break Beijing nest yeah. stop blaming yourself and others capitalism is the crisis capitalism is why in their minds the climate is better of course go see the chai com you'll see the communists so they have no problem literally putting out there it's really not about the environment it's about where the climate it's about. any capitalism. and is not gonna be one freaking reporter that's like so will you admit then public I mean you see you put out there the signs are there it has nothing to do about climate this is all about. this is all about any capitalism you're against it. and if you saw these people by the way that there I mean I'm all over Twitter is a guy named Julio Rocha S. R. O. S. A. S. who's doing great reporting taking great video great pictures. I'm you see this stuff. he's with the Washington examiner. he is is showing exactly who was there and what is there which is what reporters are supposed to do. so the American enterprise institute is that think tank they came up with the you know fifty plus years of news stories that prove to be doomsday falsities right right. this will be a roast us saw if they're right in DC also very think tank. somebody spray painted lies or chalked lies on their on their metal sign of theirs on the cement sign American men a presence in Washington DC that's what they think of them and they put on on that decide what climate criminals in chalk and road arrows all the way to the steps up to the American enterprise institute building. what it's about. that's it so they're they're crazy they're insane let's play one more time that crazy chick from Tucson. I wanna player Katie Eagar meaning Friday afternoon el presidio park talking to keep me away she says I'm a scientist I looked up she's an astronomer. so if you look at the stars but just want to say I'm an astronomer I'm a scientist because she wants to make sure people believe what she is saying she also under Facebook profile she has a **** marcher her profile picture a lanyard says women's women's March twenty seventeen chiva Jaina marcher I ship Planned Parenthood I'll go to Facebook page all the donation she's going to Planned Parenthood she is a wonderful open borders she writes I stand would dreamers and I believe survivors meaning she's all about an anti Cavanaugh and Blazey Ford. so this one is a complete maniac not been identified by KVOA just a random lady of course why do research. this is what you do okay be away listen. here is.

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