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"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

08:50 min | Last week

"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Me? You're killing me. Yeah, and that's why, I mean, best part of the book, I went back to places like Minneapolis and Kenosha. And it was really kind of just heartbreaking to see just how months later they're still struggling. A lot of them still have. For lack of a better term, the postman stress. From everything because now not only do they realize that they have to deal with the stress of it happening once already. But at the back of their mind, they're thinking, well, it could just as easily happen again. And that's why Kenosha was on edge during the Kyle rittenhouse trial, because they were worried that if he was found innocent, as he should have been, as someone who was there, Sean self defense, they were worried that left us, we're going to burn the town again because now thankfully it was a cold night. So what this was they were all in. I mean, it was Wisconsin right before Thanksgiving. So yeah, it was to be expected. So thankfully, the cold weather's fair to them. But that's why it's so maddening. Paul krugman just this past weekend. Again, he was saying he was downplaying the riots. It's one of the biggest myths in the United States that whole cities were burned down or he was saying that was overhyped. And Paul krugman over here, he didn't have to deal with any of that. He didn't have to clean up the mess. That was left behind. So that myth on the left is still pervasive today and I just wanted to use it. And I think that's where, you know, talking about the idea of lawlessness. They said, okay, let's defund the police. Let's stop cash bail. You know, let's let out all these people who definitely belong in jail. I don't want people in prison. But I don't want criminals on the streets a lot more. And I think between the two, the people have a right to say, keep the criminals away, you know, from the rest of us and then let's deal with the underlying problems. And I think because for especially for people in love, especially in the aftermath of 2020, they view it as we can only do one. We have to defund the police so that therefore we can fund all these services. And I think maybe with when it comes to having mental health professionals also be on calls, I think that could also be in tandem with police officers because unfortunately some people, yeah, they might be having a mental health crisis. There was a recent case in Minneapolis, not too long ago, where this guy appeared to be having a mental health crisis, but he was shooting through the apartment walls. He terrorized his mother and her kids. And so please, unfortunately, I had to take him out after a 6 hour stand off. Because she was getting ready to shoot again. That's what we pay him for. Well, let's talk, we're going to take a break. We're talking with Julio rosas and his book fiery but mostly peaceful to 2020 riots and the gaslighting of America is just spot on with the problem we have right now. So after the break, we will talk some more about lawlessness in America. Jim Hansen, we're doing America first. On behalf of the nugent family and all working hard playing hard American families in the asset column, thank you for driving home truth logic and common sense every day. We are with you. America first, magnificent. Sweaty uncle teddy said it best. Hey, it's Jim Hansen sitting in for doctor G and we're going to continue our conversation with Julio rosas. Former not X still essentially a U.S. Marine or something because whatever they're testy about that. And senior writer for town hall dot com, but it's his book fiery but mostly peaceful to 2000 riots in the gas lighting of America that I think illuminates perfectly. The problem we have. Now you also, in addition to being a riot connoisseur and aficionado. I'd like to go down to our very peaceful and only occasionally fiery border. And look at the issues down there. And I got to admit, I think one of my favorite things recently was mayor Bowser of D.C. whining that she needs the National Guard who she wouldn't call out to protect the capitol. But she needs them because now governor Abbott and governor doocy from Arizona are shipping her some of their aliens and I think that is one of the most comical things. And all she's got to do walk down and knock on The White House door and say, hey, Joe, why don't you fix this? I mean, that is such a good example, because they love to talk about herself has said many times, especially during the Trump administration, they were sanctuary city. Everyone's welcome. All this nice things. But then when reality hits, it's like, wow, hey, I didn't mean it like that. Not in my city. So yeah, I mean, that is a prime example. And of course, it's a tiny fraction of what these border towns that I've been to many times from new Arizona all the way down to McAllen, Texas that have had to deal with it. My favorite example of just how ridiculous the situation had gotten was during the delta wave of COVID last year. So in the Rio Grande valley, one of the hardest, the city of McAllen and a bunch of other smaller localities. They had to ban their resources together in the county because they had to set up their own city, you know, county level COVID positive shelter, which was outside in a park, by the way. Because there was no place to put them. These migrants that were testing. I mean, that's how many were testing positive because border patrol couldn't keep them. There are places where constantly overall Catholic charities, which is the main one down there. They didn't have any room for them either. So literally if it wasn't for the cities, pulling the resources together, there'd be COVID Plaza migrants just all over the place. And even still with that, there's still a lot of COVID positive. Migrants traveling throughout the country. And this was happening at the same time when they were debating, like, oh, do we want a vaccine mandate for airport? That doesn't shut down, locked down, destroy American business, you know, ruined several years of childhood education, destroy how many small businesses for people all over the country. And force people out of the military for not taking the vaccine. But I don't care. As long as you're coming illegally across the border, bring it on. What an absurd concept. Yeah, and it's just typical the Biden administration where it's just like, look, there are in a pandemic or we're not. And you can't have it both ways, where you're going to want to treat American citizens, your own people that pay taxes differently than the people who the very first act is to break the law. So yeah, the border is the board has been an issue for a very long time, right? That's nothing new. Our lawless border are open border. But the Biden administration just seems to be, you know, their typical response to anything. I mean, take any issue. It was just, well, we're going to make it ten times worse on purpose. I mean, I mean, seriously. But then the joke that kind of like to say is, well, maybe Biden's trying to solve the border crisis by making America still worse that people stop coming. Can you imagine that I wish you weren't joking? The idea that everyone on earth really does want to come here and they turn it so bad. Oh, we fixed immigration because America now is a crap hole. Right. But we're not a recession. Keep in mind. Yeah. So it's the same exact thing with what I saw during the riots where it was an abdication of authority. And that's basically kind of what we're seeing now at the border. And same problem with big cities in terms of law enforcement retention. Border patrol is the same problem. They have super low morale. They're having fewer people sign up. So then therefore a lot of these agents, they're overstressed, they're overtaxed. There's been just from anecdotes that I've been hearing from my sources within the border patrol. There's been an increase in suicides, which is something that hasn't really been covered a whole lot. And even when I was in Chicago, during the 4th of July, there was a suicide, and there was an officer shot just in the middle of the tube day period. And in July alone, there's in the Chicago police department. There's at least three suicides. And that's the result of having policies where we no longer enforce our own laws because we don't like the outcome. And I'm sorry, the citizens and taxpayers of America did to have the our laws enforced by the people who do it. And those people need our support, not our derision for doing their jobs when the vast majority of them are quality people doing the hardest things there are. We have been talking with Julio rossis, U.S. Marine, senior writer for town hall dot com, author of fiery, but mostly peaceful. The 2020 rides and the gaslighting of America. Check it out because he's far too correct. And that's a lot of stuff we gotta fix. This Jim Hansen sitting in for Seb, doing America first radio. We'll be back after the break..

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"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:11 min | Last week

"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Regardless of what people did to deserve them or not. And that's kind of what you're talking about there is how do you take the fact that there is a disparity in the amount of arrests and the amount of people in prison based on color and other factors. Is it because of that or is it because of the crime? And when you throw equity in there, they're trying to fix it after the fact rather than at the root cause. If there's more crime being committed by a particular segment of the population, then guess what? We should have more people from that segment of the population in jail. And then we should look at why that crime is happening. And I'll go along with we need to do a lot of work in the inner cities because they suck. There are their Democrat rule is why they suck. But let's start there rather than trying to game the outcome. Right. And that's the issue because now what we're seeing is just like with the riots and who that impacted the most, it was minority communities. The people who are being most impacted by this crime wave right now is also minorities and more specifically in black people and Hispanics. And so when we look at what happened in 2020 to where we are today, I mean, we've completely lost the plot. And it's very disheartening because I'm very recently was covering shootings in Chicago over the 4th of July weekend. And it was, you know, I grew up from the Chicagoland area. I'm not from the city itself, but from the surrounding suburbs. And it's something I always heard about, but now it's like at the worst it's ever been in a very long time. And guess what? A lot of the people that I was talking to, a lot of people, I was talking to, or the people who were impacted, it was black people and brown people. And then it just so happened. I was in Chicago when then the highland park shooting happened. And of course, that got all the coverage and all the people back in Chicago on the south and west side were thinking, that's just a weekend for us. Yeah, I mean, they were like, what we want attention like that too. And so obviously they deserve equal coverage. But that's the thing that's so twisted about where we were in 2020 where we are today is that more minorities are dying as a result of these equitable social justice hypotheses. Defunding the police doesn't hurt rich white women drinking wine in the suburbs. And I think one of the things I've noticed that I find heartening is the change in Hispanic sentiment towards Republicans. I mean, there has been a long-standing quality campaign by the left and the Democrats to demonize the right as if because we oppose illegal immigration. We somehow hate brown people. And nothing can be further from the truth for most of the people I know. It's that we don't like illegal immigration. We like people who share our values, who are here legally. And you get a situation like that. And then that gets misconstrued. Then you take the riots. You take all the stuff that you covered. And as you said, who got affected? Whose businesses? Law abiding family oriented religious Hispanics who had quality businesses burned down by the dozens and hundreds and thousands in all of those cities, they lost everything. And those people looking at like, okay, Democrats, what are you doing for.

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Jim Hanson and Miranda Devine Discuss the Biden Crime Family

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | Last week

Jim Hanson and Miranda Devine Discuss the Biden Crime Family

"Told you guys before I'm working on an AI project to find out who was behind the censorship and disinformation of the Hunter Biden laptop story. And guess what? We have now on the show, the woman who wrote the definitive tale of this laptop from hell, Miranda Devine. Good to be with you. Hey, great to be with you, too, Jim. I love your project. It's none of your project. Very important. Well, it's one of the most horrendous things I think has been done as far as interfering in an election in this country, and I want to expose it. And I think everyone needs it exposed. But you did a lot of the hard work in digging into the story as a whole, and it seems to be, you know, there's a lot there and I think there was always evidence of Biden family corruption. Given that we've now got some whistleblowers talking about what's going on in the FBI, do you think there will be any adverse action for anybody named Biden? Well, look, I think that's all up in the air. Certainly, you know, if there's polls show the Republicans take back at least the house, if not the Senate. I think next year they are all systems go, they are locked and loaded. They're doing a lot of work now to live for the work to get on top of all the issues and the whistleblowers are starting to knock on their doors. That's what's really the latest kind of turn in this story because we have had a lot of twists and turns and we first started working on it back in late 2020 just before the election. And so I think that's good news. And I think it really will depend on patriots, particularly within the intelligence community and particularly the FBI

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Pelosi Trip to Taiwan Tests China’s Appetite for Confrontation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:18 min | Last week

Pelosi Trip to Taiwan Tests China’s Appetite for Confrontation

"By far the most powerful country in the world in military terms. Without any doubt. But with a home court advantage off China's coast, China has put massive resources into anti fit missiles interceptors and submarines precisely in order to be able to kill an American fleet in proximity to their coast. Their land army is terrible, peel of people's liberation armies, maybe the worst land army in the world. But their missile corps is excellent. And the studies from the air force and the Rand corporation and the office of net assessment, which I used to do some work for a Pentagon. Say that those missiles are extremely good. Now, you can argue about whether you contract moving the ship 800 miles off the coast if it's maneuvering. Can you really hit it well? The Ukrainians managed to sink the Russian flagship, the Moscow, hundred kilometers off their coast and at the Ukrainians can do it the Chinese who, after all, did put a space landing craft on The Dark Side of the Moon, probably could be able to do it. So the risk of a kinetic engagement against Chinese missiles and the possible loss of a carrier with 8000 American sailors and all of our prestige, as you say, is not a risk that we want to take. The

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Pelosi Poised to Visit Taiwan As China Threatens Military Action

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

Pelosi Poised to Visit Taiwan As China Threatens Military Action

"Have a strong belief that we should do everything we can to convince the Chinese that they shouldn't do anything aggressive towards Taiwan and that our policy can include aggressive deterrence. I don't think they've managed to pull that off with the inability of The White House to articulate this position. But what if all right, now it appears she's going. It sounds like that she'll be there Tuesday night and the Chinese have literally threatened that if we fly military aircraft into there, they're going to do something about it. Are they blowing smoke or could this actually blow up? Well, I don't think they're going to shoot down in American military aircraft. But when Xi Jinping tells President Biden as he did, if you play with fire, you will get burned. That is language stronger than the Chinese have used at any time since we established diplomatic relations. Not since the Korean War have they said things like that. Remember, Xi Jinping is facing a tough contest for his third term as premier. He's got the 20th Congress of the Communist Party coming up in November. And after he's put his credibility on the line, there's no way he can back down and do nothing. So what I would expect is not a kinetic action on China's part. I think more likely would be a blockade, and they dare the United States to try to break the blockade. That's up to easy when Taiwan's 90 miles of the Chinese coast and they have the home court advantage. As the Chinese keep saying, they've got what about 1400 surface to ship missiles, and most experts certainly the Rand people, the air force, believe that the Chinese could sink pretty much any American ship within. 500 miles or more of their coast.

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Jim Hanson and David Goldman Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Trip

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | Last week

Jim Hanson and David Goldman Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Trip

"Again bringing our way toward World War three and I'm not sure why. So because of that, I wanted to bring on someone who may be able to shed some light on this. David Goldman is the Spengler columnist for Asia times and PJ media and the president of macro strategy LLC. And an all around expert on the Pacific Rim and related locales. Now I was a first group guy, so this is my area of operations as well. And I'm obviously I am a 100% believer that we can not allow Taiwan to be pushed around and we can't allow the Chinese to tell us where Americans can and can not go. But I am at a loss to figure out why right now Nancy Pelosi seemed to have a unilateral need to conduct foreign policy into Taiwan. Do you have any idea what she's actually up to? Well, the charitable view is that Pelosi wants to show the flag and tell voters that the Democrats really aren't soft in Taiwan. And a child, which, of course, the Republicans will attack the Biden administration for. The less charitable view is she's doing freelance diplomacy with the idea that we're going to show the flag and intimidate the Chinese and tell them that we're going to stand by Taiwan in a situation where we are not prepared militarily to defend it. Provocation from weakness is the opposite of peace through strength, which is what I believe in. And what she's doing, I think, is exceptionally dangerous and stupid. Of the body of the menstruation owns that completely because he's going to be flying in an American military aircraft.

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Charlie Weighs in on Krysten Sinema and the Filibuster Debate

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Charlie Weighs in on Krysten Sinema and the Filibuster Debate

"Try and repeal the filibuster, kyrsten sinema, who is just she's something else. You gotta give her credit. She is an unusual duck. I'll tell you what. So Kirsten sinema comes out and defends the filibuster in a statement criticizing decision to overturn roe versus wade. She says, quote, protections in the Senate safeguarding against the erosion of women's access to healthcare have been used to half dozen times in the past ten years and more important now than ever. Throughout my time in Congress, I've always supported women's access to healthcare. I'm a co sponsor of the women's health protection act, and I'll continue to work with anyone protecting women's ability to make their decisions about their futures. She's still defending the filibuster, which means that you can not go to, you can not use the filibuster to repeal not repeal to enshrine or to codify roe versus weight. That's the word I'm looking for. Cut 38,

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"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:59 min | 3 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So Julia, let me ask you, how are the protests right now in the roe versus wade thing? And how serious do you think they're going to get? So I was out at the Supreme Court last night. Just seeing and it got a little lively because there were some pro life people that came out also in celebration, but it was overwhelmingly pro abortion people. But so as of right now, you know, they are peaceful. Mostly peaceful, actually. There wasn't anything crazy. There wasn't actually anything you don't know rocks or bottles being thrown. What I will say in terms of because, you know, people have like, they were messaging me as soon as news broke. They're like, oh, you might have a sequel to your book, a lot of people you thought. What I'll say is that kind of the theory that I have with this is that it requires buildup. These things build up over time because there is a lot of rage because if we look at 2020, it was a combination of COVID lockdowns and the effects that had. It was a presidential election with Donald Trump where people either really love him or they really freaking hate him. And then the spark was what happened to George Floyd. So I think very much I could be wrong these things, these things can spy or control as we've seen. But the way I view it is, I think maybe what this decision or the potential not yet final decision, but if when roe versus wake is actually overturned, I think that's going to be kind of one of the tenants that leads to that build up to then maybe lead to some more disruption. And that's really sad because then that means that our natural default or people's natural default to not to their reaction to not getting what they want is going to be violence. And this is what I'm saying. These things escalate. And if we don't really kind of come back from the ledge that we're kind of creating towards, it's going to be bad. And it's not just have to deal with roe versus wade. Like I said, there could be some other things too. When we talk about economic insecurity, the fastest way to get people to riot is to take away their ability to make a living or to feed their family. I mean, this is, this is real. And that's why when we look at the Biden administration as a whole and what it is as for it's been for the country. I mean, the building blocks for something like 2020 to happen again is very real. And you know, I'm not trying to be like this doom and gloom is just that I've seen that anger. And I've seen that hatred just boil over and it's really real. It's really powerful. And it's frightening and quite honestly. And so I don't know what's going to happen. In these next few years, because I mean, not just with the midterms, but which 2024 and if Trump were to say, when again. You know, I think we could be headed towards another chaotic year, but we'll just have to wait and see what happens. The book is fiery, but mostly peaceful, check it out right now, and keep up the great work Julio, we're behind you a 100%. It's been many years since you were getting the start at turning point and doing all sorts of things together. We're very proud of you, we're a 100% behind you. So check it out right now. Fiery, but mostly peaceful by Julio. Julio rosas and thank you so much Julio for joining us today. Really.

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"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Yeah, and so let's talk a little bit about how the left views the mob. I guess you could call it, right? So last night, they leak an early decision of what looks like to be the overturning of roe versus wade, almost trying to kind of stow a mob reaction, right? Like swarms of people and potential riots kind of talk more philosophically. How does the left view these events? Do they view them as helpful? Do they view them as destructive or an impediment? Kind of an annoyance. How do they view these kind of mass events of destruction? So the far left definitely views them as a tool. I mean, it's very much the epitome of the ends justify the means. Now for depending on who you're talking to in the far left is kind of sometimes they just want to defund the police and they want to bounce the police and give they want to completely overthrow the U.S. government. But they absolutely view just having chaos and mayhem as a way to achieve their goals. And so that's why they do it. And that's why they hate it when people such as myself are willing to talk to the victims of business owners. I mean, they're going to constant talking point from them is just a building. You can replace it. There's insurance. And really, you know, as I've learned through research for the book and talking to business owners who survived this for insurance, for example, not every business has the right insurance to cover this type of event. I mean, really, from the company's perspective, that's like an active domestic terrorism. So you need to have a domestic terrorism coverage and these are very small businesses. Usually that we're targeted. And so they didn't have that. And so they were out of luck. And so the far left really does view this as the ends justify the means and they're more than happy to throw people under the bus to get to get what they want. And that's why it's very disturbing to see the sort of tacit very low key approval from politicians from people with large platforms. Because in my view, I don't see how destroying communities and having just wanting violence achieve the goal of defunding the police because, I mean, just on overtime, a lot of officers got overtime over this because they had it constantly be out there. And so there's actually a problem with some cities not having enough funding to pay for that. And so, and then they now have justification to have things like the military surplus armored vehicles and riot equipment and protective equipment. It really kind of backfired in that way. But now we're still dealing with the effects of the riots because criminals saw how far people were able to get away with things. And so now it's like kind of a low level type of criminality with the high crime rates and the progressive DAs letting people out with little to no bail under this veneer of racial justice because of what happened in 2020. And so really, this is snowballing and it's really very devastating to these communities even to this day, just in a different way. Yeah, I mean, that's such an important point. And I mean, they try to minimize the violence and the destruction. I was just a building. Well, actually, someone's livelihood, right? It's their savings that they brought from another country maybe, and they try to invest it here. It's not just the building. And by the way, if it was just a building, it doesn't make it right. It's not yours. The protection of private property is fundamental to western society..

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"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:10 min | 3 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Charlie, thanks for having me. So Julio, tell us about your book. Tell us about kind of being on the front lines and being an actual journalist. And we'll go from there. Yeah, so I mean, I started covering the riots in 2020 when everything popped off in late May. And it initially my thought was, okay, I'm just going to cover Minneapolis and then that'll be it. But then I went to Seattle to cover chaz that whole little experiment that happened in Seattle. I went to Atlanta, Washington D.C. where I'm based out of and it just kept happening. And then it shifted from, oh, so this is going to stop to. What is it going to stop? And it reaches a point to where not only was I obviously seeing the devastation and destruction that BLM and Nancy varieties were bringing to American cities. But then at the other half of it was, well, the media was really downplaying or trying to excuse or trying to justify what was happening because of who was committing the violent acts and it was kind of well the ends justified the means or you're not really you're focusing on the wrong things by focusing on business owners who have their places destroyed. You know, this is what really matters. And for me, it's really, I take really big offense to that because like I said, I was seeing this firsthand and the city after city. And more importantly, people were innocent people who had nothing to do with, for example, a George Floyd or Jacob Blake in Kenosha. They were suffering. These were just ordinary Americans. A lot of them were already struggling with the effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns. And now this was being thrown on top of it, and then the people in power, both within the media class and political class saying, well, it doesn't really matter. What you're going through doesn't matter as much. And so I wrote this book to talk about my experiences and also share the experiences of others whose voices were not really highlighted by the rest of the media and also to call out the media and democratic politicians for downplaying this very, very destructive time period in our nation's history. Yeah, so talk a little about kind of being on the front lines though, right? Because you covered it in a way that was very compelling and was honestly exceptional. And it took a lot of courage and it took a lot of time and a lot of work, most journalists weren't willing to do that. Give us just kind of some first person kind of snapshots, right? I mean, you were right there on the front lines. You continue to be. So the basic example of just kind of how these things work is just with, for example, with Kenosha with specifically the Kyle rittenhouse case. And so I saw the second half. Of that. And that was a very pivotal and very important thing to be present for granted. I didn't expect to be in that. It was just kind of happened. But it really solidified my reasoning for why I did this work. Now, I didn't set out that night to try to prove someone's innocence, but obviously through that case and throughout the trial, which I also covered and talk a little bit about in the book. It's just the importance of just record what's happening in these very chaotic events. Things are there's a lot of things happening is a little sensory overload. You're high off adrenaline. And so you have to really make a good effort to just record what's happening and relay that to the rest of the country. And so I really, for me, I really made an effort for that. And it was dangerous. I mean, not just with not just with Kenosha, but a lot of these other places too. And I have to wear body armor. I have to wear a gas mask when the need arises from tear gas or from wherever. And so it's a very it's a very taxing job, but I enjoy doing it. Just because again, a lot of the rest of the mainstream media, they're not going to be willing to put themselves there. And so it's long hours. I was in a lot of I was in very great shape in 2020. This is running around for 12 hours. A week after week after week with all this gear on. But it was very necessary. And it was sad that, as a nation, we reached that point..

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"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"We have a really good guess with us right now. Fiery but mostly peaceful is the name of the book by Julio rosas and he's doing a wonderful job and again it's called fiery but mostly peaceful one of the best frontline journalists in the country a legitimate journalist unlike the people at The New York Times The Washington Post. Julio, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thanks for having me. So Julio, tell us about your book. Tell us about kind of being on the front lines and being an actual journalist. And we'll go from there. Yeah, so I mean, I started covering the riots in 2020 when everything popped off in late May. And it initially my thought was, okay, I'm just going to cover Minneapolis and then that'll be it. But then I went to Seattle to cover chaz that whole little experiment that happened in Seattle. I went to Atlanta, Washington D.C. where I'm based out of and it just kept happening. And then it shifted from, oh, so this is going to stop to. What is it going to stop? And it reaches a point to where not only was I obviously seeing the devastation and destruction that BLM and Nancy varieties were bringing to American cities. But then at the other half of it was, well, the media was really downplaying or trying to excuse or trying to justify what was happening because of who was committing the violent acts and it was kind of well the ends justified the means or you're not really you're focusing on the wrong things by focusing on business owners who have their places destroyed. You know, this is what really matters. And for me, it's really, I take really big offense to that because like I said, I was seeing this firsthand and the city after city. And more importantly, people were innocent people who had nothing to do with, for example, a George Floyd or Jacob Blake in Kenosha. They were suffering. These were just ordinary Americans. A lot of them were already struggling with the effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns. And now this was being thrown on top of it, and then the people in power, both within the media class and political class saying, well, it doesn't really

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'Fiery but Mostly Peaceful' Author Julio Rosas on Frontline Journalism

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 3 months ago

'Fiery but Mostly Peaceful' Author Julio Rosas on Frontline Journalism

"We have a really good guess with us right now. Fiery but mostly peaceful is the name of the book by Julio rosas and he's doing a wonderful job and again it's called fiery but mostly peaceful one of the best frontline journalists in the country a legitimate journalist unlike the people at The New York Times The Washington Post. Julio, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thanks for having me. So Julio, tell us about your book. Tell us about kind of being on the front lines and being an actual journalist. And we'll go from there. Yeah, so I mean, I started covering the riots in 2020 when everything popped off in late May. And it initially my thought was, okay, I'm just going to cover Minneapolis and then that'll be it. But then I went to Seattle to cover chaz that whole little experiment that happened in Seattle. I went to Atlanta, Washington D.C. where I'm based out of and it just kept happening. And then it shifted from, oh, so this is going to stop to. What is it going to stop? And it reaches a point to where not only was I obviously seeing the devastation and destruction that BLM and Nancy varieties were bringing to American cities. But then at the other half of it was, well, the media was really downplaying or trying to excuse or trying to justify what was happening because of who was committing the violent acts and it was kind of well the ends justified the means or you're not really you're focusing on the wrong things by focusing on business owners who have their places destroyed. You know, this is what really matters. And for me, it's really, I take really big offense to that because like I said, I was seeing this firsthand and the city after city. And more importantly, people were innocent people who had nothing to do with, for example, a George Floyd or Jacob Blake in Kenosha. They were suffering. These were just ordinary Americans. A lot of them were already struggling with the effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns. And now this was being thrown on top of it, and then the people in power, both within the media class and political class saying, well, it doesn't really

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"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Now this is getting some people nervous because they're worried that now gay marriage could be repealed amongst many other things. But Kavanaugh and Gorsuch, I would argue, are actually consistent with what they told Susan Collins. If I remember Kavanaugh, when he was asked about roe versus wade, he said, look, roe versus wade is precedent. It would take a lot for me to have to look at that in overturn it. And he said something about abortion being protected by the courts. That doesn't sound inconsistent now the essence of what Susan Collins might have heard might have been consistent, but I actually don't care what Susan Collins is putting on. A press release. I don't care. And you shouldn't either. She voted for them. So we as conservatives, we want to start to win. We want to put points on the board, of course. But it starts with honesty. So if you try to create a team and one person stands for something and then they don't, you're not able to create that coalition. And this is one of the things that bothers us most about some of these more rhino senators is that they run like a super right winger in their states that come at the other thing. But then Susan Collins has always been a moderate, she's even a moderate in her decision. Whatever, fine. Okay. What matters is roe versus wade is now repealed thanks to her decision. It would not have happened if it wasn't for Susan Collins and God bless her for that. Despite her press releases despite her own pro abortion leanings are inklings. And by the way, regardless of your position on abortion, which I know there's a million different positions on abortions, not a million, but there's a lot. There's a lot of nuance people have with it. I have a very strong pro life views, obviously. Let's just bring it to the states. Let's just start there. That should be controversial. Bring it to your state. We want local government when you have a highly complex issue, I don't think it's that complex, but let's just say it's complex, okay? Fine. Let's just say it's controversial. I'll agree with that. People get really heated about it. Let's let the states govern their own course. We do that with other things, by the way. We've done that with marijuana. We've done that. We used to do that with gay marriage. We've done that with all sorts of different things. You go to New Jersey, for example. They don't let you pump your own gas. It's like a weird thing like you go to New Jersey. They have some of the pumps here on gas, not exactly sure that should be federal law. Tennessee, you can get Ivermectin now without a prescription. Laboratories of democracy as the liberal justice Louis Brandeis said. And so in a highly fractured time, what is the argument actually to nationalize abortion? There really isn't one. The constitution was designed from a bottom up perspective, and that's precisely what Alito and Roberts and Thomas and Amy Coney Barrett and Gorsuch decided in this decision is not that they think abortion was wrong. I would have made, I think a clarence Thomas wrote the opinion. You're like, hey, I think that abortion is unconstitutional. I think Gorsuch and alita would have agreed. Maybe any Cody bear. I don't think they would have won Kavanaugh over with that. Instead, the way this was decided in the way that the prudent way to look at it is look, what is the constitution say? Why don't we allow the states to make their decisions? And let's do it. Because look, I believe that it's unconstitutional, but I'll fully admit it takes some kind of calisthenics to make that argument. You have to kind of infer some things, but that's okay. But there's no way you could say abortion is protected in the constitution. It just doesn't. It isn't a specified right. It is not. By the way, taking decisions away from D.C. weakens, these woke radicals and the great reset team. Regardless of your position on the issue, that should give you hope that D.C. got weaker with this decision. There's something a little bit suspicious about the timing of all this. Don't you think? Why this week? Now could be that it's just kind of time leading up to the summer, but there's some weird things happening, and I'm not saying they're connected, okay? I'm just saying that, are there coincidences to the such a great extent? Just explore this with me. Kamala Harris is allegedly speaking at the Emily's list fundraiser tonight. This is the week that 2000 mules is out by dinesh d'souza. We know the regime doesn't want you focused on that. Probably would have taken all the headlines. We know that Democrats were failing in midterm polls. Maybe they thought this would resurrect their midterm chances. Give them a chance to really organize ahead of time. I think it's bad timing for them. Should they have waited closer to the midterms while the Supreme Court decision would have happened in late June at the latest. So this is not that ahead of time. Maybe it was just a Politico ratings thing they got it as quickly as they could and they could turn it around. I don't know. Maybe there are really worried that JD Vance is going to win Ohio. I'm kidding, but could be, I don't know. It could be, they could be using this as a distraction or there could be nothing behind this at all whatsoever..

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Protecting the Unborn Matters More Than the Potential Political Cost

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Protecting the Unborn Matters More Than the Potential Political Cost

"Okay, so we're getting some emails, and I was on some text messages this morning with some people that you would recognize. And they said, Charlie, this is a terrible thing for the midterms. The fact that the United States Supreme Court has come in and overturns roe versus wade, this means we are going to lose the Senate and maybe the house. I said, oh, that in a second here. So first of all, let's not get ahead of ourselves. Let's ask ourselves the most important question. Is that the most important thing? Now that matters a lot, putting a check on power is incredibly important. However, I am willing, and I think that you should be willing to say very clearly that the protection of the innocent and the unborn matters more that a potential political cost that might be associated with it. Getting rid of evil, it's going to be tough. It's going to be a fight. However, I reject the premise. Let me just say this though. I reject the premise because I do not believe that this decision will hurt Republicans at all going in November. Now it might help Democrats a little bit with turnout, but if anything, it should give Republicans confidence that when they do actually get Republicans in office, that meaningful things can actually occur.

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"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

07:11 min | 8 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"That for a second. Let's talk about Kenosha's talking about Kyle rittenhouse because it's been represented as a guy who provoked. He shouldn't have been there. What was that night? Like, what were those days like in Kenosha? Was it scary or not? Yeah. I mean, yeah. It was. Even before the shooting. But Kenosha, I feel I feel very, very most attached to that because it's about an hour and a half from where I'm from in Illinois. It's in between Chicago and Milwaukee. Don't tell me you cross state lines to get that Julia. Multiple times. Oh my God. I know. I was not allowed in America. I'm not sure. Do you need a passport? Well, people have been crossing the borders. That's okay. But maybe if you're an American, it's not. No, no. But no, I mean, I mean, this is a relatively small town compared to all the other places I've been to and so not even a 100,000 people, and yet it had probably about $50 million worth of damage after everything was all said and done. And so, again, it was a riot. And even in the coverage of the trial, people were still saying this was a shooting during a protest, but it wasn't. It took place during a riot. There's a reason why people showed up with guns to protect private property and that's why I call it right now showed up. And so the media can't even get the environment in which the shooting took place correct. So how are we able to get to believe them when they describe the shooting? And of course, they didn't. A lot of times, especially in the aftermath, and that's what's really scary because even the trial, if you watched it, it lay the trials unnecessary, but the good thing about it is that it laid everything out and you can not come away after looking at that and not think, okay, he did shoot until the fence because he did. But even after the verdict, people still believe that, no, he's a white supremacist. Okay, it's a filthy left wing rag, but it is a national newspaper in the UK. The guardian had the acquittal headline and underneath it said acquitted of killing two black protesters. The skin color of the people shot. The white guy sitting white guys. And that was and we knew that right away after the shoot. I mean, that was one of the easiest things to find out about who he shot. Who he shot. But that was the other shocking thing. I was hearing from people and say, oh, actually, I thought he shot two black people this whole time. It just shows how lazy and selective. The photographs of the people who were shot don't forget, and we had the Cairo and we'll show you the car in the second. So one of the individuals they convicted Peter file who raped young boys under the age of 12, the other one, a wife beater and the third person who survived after he was shot just for the record guys all three of them white, the third one was approaching car rittenhouse with the intent to kill him. He said so afterwards in hospital, I wish I'd killed him with a loaded Glock pistol aimed at his head. That's the reality of Kenosha, but the book is fiery. Oh, let's put the Chiron out of Eric found the current 'cause that's how good he is. This is incredible. This is CNN, fiery, but mostly peaceful protests. Fiery, but mostly peaceful, a great name for a book order it right now. Follow this man at town hall dot com. I'm Sebastian gorka. This is America first. Making sense out of today's news, here's doctor Sebastian gorka. Told us about the state of the media. You are doing great stuff in town hall God bless you. But when you look at the coverage from the legacy lying media you deal laugh are you disgusted or is it both? I don't know really what the answer is in terms of how to fix it because it's just so entrenched and so institutionalized in terms of just kind of how things are the way they are and it's been that way for years and who cares. And so there's a reason why a lot of Americans don't trust the media. I mean, it's not because of Facebook. It's because of the media companies themselves and the reporters who don't do the work that they probably should. Did you ever sit down writing a piece when you started or in the last 5 years you ever sit down and say, how do I make president Trump or the GOP look good? Did you ever do that when he started a piece? No. Well, that's the big difference. That's why you were journalist. I just report, I just report what I see. And that's why that's why I like to go cover things on the ground for myself, whether it's the riot or whether it's the border, because when you see things for yourself, you're able to better convey what's happening as opposed to just sitting at an office in New York City. What a crazy idea. Did you hear what he just said to all you budding future journalists? I want to go and see it for myself. It's all we did when we wanted to hear what's happening at the border. I brought a camera. I bought tickets for me and Jeff, and I'll produce them. We went down to the border with sheriff Markland to see the smuggling routes for ourselves to do right along because, hey, that's how you find out what the truth is. Okay, very last question. What is your advice? You are now a seasoned veteran right. According to investigative journalist, that's better. What is your advice to those who considering journalism school or just want to become journalists? What do you say to them? What warnings do you give them? I'll tell them that as bad or things are in terms of trustworthiness in the media that's actually a very good time to establish yourself as someone being very credible. Because you can differentiate yourself by being a good journalist. Yeah. And it's not that hard. It's really not that hard. Heck, I'm doing this with other college degree. But no, I would say that's an advantage. Exactly. But yeah, in all seriousness, you can definitely set yourself apart by actually just doing things. That journalists used to do. And people are hungry for it. I mean, there's a reason why I want to do my own horn here, but the reason why I got the following that I did covering the riots and covering the water is just because not a lot of people were doing it on a consistent basis. And so people want to know about it and I'm more than happy to provide that. So yeah, that would be my advice is just see the mistakes that the legacy media has been making and continues to make. They see how in popular they are. They don't care, apparently. But see the mistakes and just do the opposite. Yeah. That's all. That's really that simple. Don't be a Chris Wallace. Don't leave a rather successful news channel to go to one that is tanking with its viewership is trying to get people to pay to watch the garbage. Oh, and by the way, is riven with sexual predators. Chris Wallace? Well, maybe it's where you want to be. He is Julia rosas, follow him right now onto it at Julia roses. He is a marine. He is investigative journalist. He calls himself a writer. We'll give him that because he's got a book. It's called fiery, but mostly peaceful. You can pre order it right now. The 2020 riots and the gas lighting of America, you can also get all his writings at town hall dot com. I'm Sebastien gorka. This is one on one wherever you are, whatever you're doing. If you're heading us, we will watch your 6 hold the line, never give up. Never give in. And stay across..

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"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | 8 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Wow. I have to ask you in talking to immigrants in talking to people off the record from CBP. Are you seeing who's organ? I mean, who's giving Biden led us in t-shirts to the illegal immigrants? Is this all random and just amorphous? So look, there's a lot of organization in Mexico because obviously this has been going on for decades. And so there's NGOs. There's activism groups out down there because often whenever I post a video of people who have just crossed some people and they're like, oh, we'll call it nice, they're closer. It's because churches, charity organizations, they give them close because they cross the river and obviously they get dirty and wet. And so after they cross, they then change out of the clothes to get into a closet. But it's because they get the help in Mexico, whether they're various organizations. But it's also just because, you know, Brandon Darby over at breitbart. He did a very good job. Well, Brandon. He's a great guy. He actually explained to me that it's more of a kind of a psychological kind of propaganda on the cartel part because. The new clothes. Oh, because it makes you look cool. It makes you look fine. It's okay. Can I find everything? Okay, yeah, so it's actually kind of I mean, this is all very they've been doing and this is their everyday job. So let's break this down 'cause it's massively important. The charities who clothe and clean up near legal immigrants are actually helping the cartels because the cartels are making billions every day from the 25,000 per head they're taking or whatever it is. But at least it doesn't look bad. But this way, it looks okay. Yeah, exactly. And that's what's the most disturbing part about this entire crisis is just the fact that the only winner in all of this is the cartels who were making money on drugs and all this other stuff. And so that's why when as we were pointing to earlier, when they say, well, this approach to immigration is more humane. It really isn't. Because who also suffers when the cartels win. Mexicans. I mean, it's unbelievable. The state of michoacan right now is this is a side of a bloody turf war between different cartels and towns are being pulled towns are being taken over. But we don't hear about that because it's just another third world country basically. But the ripple effects from the border crisis doesn't affect us the United States, but also affects just regular Mexicans who have nothing to do with this. Absolutely. The most awesome.

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"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:06 min | 8 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Town hall dot com's investigative journalist Julie rosas. Can I ask you a Julio you talked about the rosters? Two guys three guys actually doing border patrol everybody else is running the detention facilities. Do you have any sense of what morale is like what's the status of the individuals who, you know, their federal agents, they've got a badge, they've got a gun, and they swore a year ago, 5 years ago, ten years ago to uphold the sovereignty of the United States. After 11 months of Biden, how's the CBP doing? They're very frustrated. And that's why I have agents talking to me because obviously the public affair office doesn't really sniff around. I'm not a big fan of mine. But they're frustrated because they saw this is what they're telling me. They saw what happened during the Trump years. And the board has been a problem for a very long time, but at least it was making progress in a good way for the past for the four years under president Trump. And so they saw what could be. And now there are ten steps backwards and there's no sign of it letting up. And so part of the part of that story, so before in August in the human station, they had zero agents. Patrolling. And they were all open border. I mean, even with the two three ages and cylinders, but it was even right exactly. It's more of an open border when there's nobody patrolling because they decided to do an all hands on approach for processing. Well, what ended up happening is that there was a family, a mother, ten year old daughter, and her 22 month old son, they could cross into the United States. They got lost. She called 9-1-1, but her phone died. And so it took agents so they finally sent agents out to try to find them. They found the mom dead two hours later, her son was still alive, barely, but he was still alive. It was about a 113° that day when they got lost. They found the daughter about an hour later elsewhere. So most likely the daughter saw her mom die first from before she wanted off. And so it was after that one of my sources told me that the probability of them actually surviving if they had people patrolling was very high because she died near a road where they normally patrol. Patrol, but because they're so overwhelmed with all these people, they don't have the resources to actually so it's not just a security concern, but it's also a human. So my orchestra in DHS is saying, you know, no patrols just run the facilities. My office is killing immigrants. Oh, yeah. I mean, I mean, there's no doubt about that. I mean, I remember during the 2019 surge. And look, people die on this journey. That's why I'm against legal immigration because it's very dangerous for multiple reasons. Not to mention the abusive women children. Yeah, at the hands of the smugglers and the cartels, yeah, it's horrific. But then when you incentivize them, when incentivize even more people to come through policy and rhetoric, like this administration has, yeah, more people are going to end up dying. And so that's why that's why my source was telling me all this because according to according to them, they've never seen so many people die among the border in one year..

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Julio Rosas Describes Low Morale Among Customs and Border Control Officials

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Julio Rosas Describes Low Morale Among Customs and Border Control Officials

"Can I ask you a Julio you talked about the rosters? Two guys three guys actually doing border patrol everybody else is running the detention facilities. Do you have any sense of what morale is like what's the status of the individuals who, you know, their federal agents, they've got a badge, they've got a gun, and they swore a year ago, 5 years ago, ten years ago to uphold the sovereignty of the United States. After 11 months of Biden, how's the CBP doing? They're very frustrated. And that's why I have agents talking to me because obviously the public affair office doesn't really sniff around. I'm not a big fan of mine. But they're frustrated because they saw this is what they're telling me. They saw what happened during the Trump years. And the board has been a problem for a very long time, but at least it was making progress in a good way for the past for the four years under president Trump. And so they saw what could be. And now there are ten steps backwards and there's no sign of it letting

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"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Told to do. On a daily basis. And what are you seeing? What? Tell us about that. We're going to post the story, but what did you find? So a majority of the agents that are on patrol during the ships. And this is across all three shifts throughout on a daily basis. Sometimes there's only two agents, sometimes three agents who are assigned to patrol miles of the border. Two or three agents. Do they have helicopters or fleets of UAVs? Sometime well, most of the time the frontline agents they're just in pickup trucks or their ATVs. So what is that real story? Processing, because they have right now, they have about over 3000 people at their holding facility. At the human station. And that's about that's way over capacity. The normal capacity of building is a 1200. Right. And so now they have to so the reason why so many of the agents are dedicated to processing and transporting people from the border to the facility is just because obviously with COVID concerns and you mentioned COVID, how can you even have 3000 in a facility designed for a thousand? How do you even how are you not in contravention of every COVID regulation? Because they have to because they have to put them somewhere because what's happening is that they, since a lot of the families are coming. Yeah. And willingly giving themselves up to try to claim asylum, they are taking the women and children first away from the border to the facility. And so because in this recent time that I was there, border patrol was hardly patrolling at all in miles long and so nobody was watching a lot of these groups of people for hours and border patrol would show up maybe every 5, 6, 7 hours, take the women and children first, leave the single adult men behind at the border, so we can't have we can't have two month old three month old two year old kids with moms out in the middle of the night. That's the problem. When you have the magnet, that's the magnet that was created by the Biden administration. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I remember my very early on this year, he said, something to the effect of. We don't want kids by themselves to travel to the border. But if they make it to the border, our border, we're not going to deport them. What do you think is going to happen? They're going to send the kids by themselves. Exactly. On this very dangerous journey. Most despicable of all of them we've had Todd Benjamin from the breakout. Yeah, the center for immigration studies. He went down to Del Rio. He filmed this, we used it on the B roll just a few moments ago. This shocking video, when he tells us that that bridge, yes, they've shipped everybody out in the middle of the night all over America, but when you have hundreds and thousands of Haitians, what was it 12,000 of the last count under this bridge and then he tells us and this is the thing that this is when the Democrats, or those who voted for the Democrats say, well, we all the sensitive ones we're the ones who care, and you hear that there are between two and 300 pregnant Haitian women under that bridge. You realize just the sheer inhumanity to man that has been created by this administration with their immigration policies. The idea that you create such a hub such a magnet and as Morgan and others, Tom Holman have said on this on this show that you turn the customs and border patrol into the greaters at Walmart, the guys with badges and guns were changing diapers. That is unsustainable. We talked about this as America first, the one on one..

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"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:40 min | 8 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Let's go backwards in time. Let's talk about what you actually have seen on the border on your recent trip. Let's set the context. Let's hear from secretary maoris, who is responsible for immigration on how he sees things play cuts. Let me if I can share with you what makes the challenge so acute at this point in time. We are following an administration that frankly dismantled our capabilities to address it. And so we are building it from the ground up. We lost four years of investing in the countries from which these individuals are migrating. Our safe and orderly systems were torn down. And so we're rebuilding them. So the man who's responsible at DHS for the Biden administration for our borders for immigration said, they inherited nothing. There was no system it had been dismantled by us in the Trump administration and they're fixing it now. Well, you went down there to see it. So let's hear firsthand from somebody who actually just got back Julio. Is he telling the truth? I mean, no. They're not trying to throw his entire not just Marcos, but also President Biden vice president Harris, they're trying to deflect the root cause of this surge that we've seen all year. And they point to COVID, they point to natural disasters. And obviously that's true in terms of the push factors, but there's also pull factors that are pulling these people up as this incentivization from signaling to them that it's okay to come by the whole thing construction on the border wall. In the Rio Grande valley where I've spent a lot of time this year, you'll see just driving along the highway. You'll just see mile after mile of gaps. In the border wall system, that will remain in place for the time being because there's no construction happening because Biden stopped at literally on day one when he got into office. So there's that, there was the remain in Mexico policy that was rescinded from much of this year. It was just reimplemented because they were forced to buy the federal court, but it's a different version and I can tell you that in the Yuma sector where I was just at their only putting about ten people a day into that program because the remaining Mexico policies not even happening in San Luis, Colorado, which is the border town in Mexico across from the closest border town where MPP the migrant protection protocol is happening is in Tijuana. So that's about three and a half hours away. So you know, it's time in manpower that they just simply don't have to afford that. It's part of the reason why they're only doing ten people a day out of the thousands that are coming across in just that area. 6000 a day across the border that we know of. Have you spoken to the people there that are crossing the border? Yes. In my broken Spanish, yes. What are you finding? Are these old people who are being politically persecuted and would die if they went back to the country they come from or are they here for mostly economic reasons? It's a mixture of both. It depends on where they are and actually interestingly in Yuma, a lot of the people are not from the northern triangle countries, which is Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. A lot of those people mostly go to Texas. In different parts. So what are they coming from? Colombia Venezuela, Brazil, I ran into uzbekistani when it was over there. Not part of the triangle Uzbekistan last time I looked a little far, far away from the triangle. And this recent trip that I was also there in October a couple months ago, but my recent trip here was the first time I also met people from India. India. And why are they coming? Because India is supposed to be the world's largest democracy last time I looked. I couldn't really speak. I tried to do a Google Translate and they try to go back and forth and it just wasn't working out. So what do you see? So we have two visions. We have what we did. I was the guy who was selling for the administration first weekend that the travel moratorium, we changed everything. We started building the wall. We had the stain Mexico policy, then COVID hit and we used a title 42 to get people out of America as soon as possible who were health acid. We are given the vision that none of that occurred and that the chaos is now being managed. Have you spoken to or are you getting information from CBP the people at customs and border protection? What do they tell you? What are you seeing, Julio? So actually, we just published a story on town hall. I was actually given daily assignment rosters that span weeks. And so this is so the jobs that the CBP I'm being.

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"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:31 min | 8 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Sure. And how did you get involved with the core service? Tell us about that. Mostly a family family tradition to ideal my great grandfather who a half year on my memorial bracelet. He served during World War II in Okinawa. So you want to talk about old core and real, real hardcore war. He definitely put in his time and then his two sons enlisted during the Vietnam War in the Marine Corps, skipped a generation and then I decided to kind of pick up the mantle on that. Fabulous. What did you do for the marines? So, wasn't anything too combat E, it was zero 5 11, Mac tech planning specialists, and in other words, just logistics. It's a unique MOS. It's a small nonetheless, but I very much enjoyed it. Very cool. So talk to us about your experiences. So you ditched college. You stayed in the reserves. What happened to you under the four years of how did you become a journalist? Explain Trump and your beginning as a journalist. So I finally made a decision to, okay, I'm going to drop out. I'm going to finish. This brings semester, but then I'm going to be done. I applied to independent journal review, which was an online publication. And they saw my potential and I was hired within the first couple days of actually having been in the fellowship. So that was nice and that was kind of cool. And I just kind of went from there and calling out all the media bias against president Trump and some of his stuff. And that's when I really saw firsthand the power that they had when I'm tracking one story about something that he did and then how I was being reported differently or twistedly in the media and to seeing how it was, we got the big stuff, you know, Russia and just we have the big things, but even just the small stuff. And the small stuff kind of builds over time. And so I was able to see just because not everybody pays attention to the news and obviously they shouldn't because it's bad for your health. But seeing just the day in and day out of just kind of the misleading framing and sometimes just straight up lying, it's just kind of like, wow, this is really bad. And that's why I'm glad I can media exist because we exist because people thankfully see through that and they actually want to get new sources. So I joined from place to place. I went to mediate then I went to the Washington examiner and it was after I covered an antifa proud boy brawl in 2019 in August in Portland when town hall said, hey, we want you and I said, all right, well, I want to cover riots. And they said yes. That's not the usual journalistic beat. You don't find a lot of jet, especially this one. Yes, I'd like to cover riots. And that was before 2020, so we didn't even know just how much we would be actually fulfilling that kind of job obligation that I put that I put on myself. I think it's safe to say that you and Andy know have kind of cornered the market and covering riots. I mean, yes, there's some other Jorge Ventura and some other people the day of college. Shall be tall caught last year. We traveled the country. But your face is seen. You are reporting from all over the place. It was very, very busy last year. And I really just didn't expect things to keep going, because after each ride I thought, okay, that's it. That's it. But then something else would happen and so on and so forth. And then this year, the last ride I covered was Brooklyn senator in April, which was the town just north of Minneapolis. And that was right before the Derek Chauvin trial verdict, which was, you know, of course, there's obviously no good time for a ride, but that was just a really bad time. For something like that to happen because of what an officer did to someone who was pulled over. And so after that, I was kind of thinking, well, you know, what's next? And then I had been covering the border pretty consistently after since January this year. And things have gotten things haven't changed. And I should say things have gotten worse. And I just recently came back from Yuma, Arizona, which is kind of been one of the all sectors along the southwest border have experienced increases in activity, but the Yuma sector is one of those places that hasn't gotten a lot of attention, you know, Texas has. Because Texas is the number one hotspot. But I think number three in terms of increased activity in terms of apprehensions and people who have managed to avoid apprehension. You can follow this young man right now Julio rosas 11 on Twitter. You can read his writings at town hall dot com. That's Julio rosas 11. We're going to talk about what you saw in humor. We actually.

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"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:24 min | 8 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Portions of the following program may contain prerecorded material. This is America first, and here's your host doctor Sebastian gorka. Guys, welcome to one on one America first where we get a guess, especially preferably in studio. We love it when people travel from far away to come to our studio. We even like it one that commute is a little bit easier like across the hall. In this case, little inside baseball, our guest is from town hall dot com, which belongs to Salem media network and we have our colleagues across the other side of the building. If you like one on one, if you have suggestions for gas you'd like to have us do the long form with don't forget my new community at locals, it's gorka dot locals dot com. That's GOR. A dot locals dot com join today send us your suggestions for who you would like us to interview. Today, it's an individual who's been on the show before he is a dying breed. Not because he's a marine, but because he's a real journalist. Welcome to America first one on one hula rosas. Yeah, thank you for having me, doctor Burke. All right, so what we like to do at the beginning for those who may not be familiar with our new guests, although we've had the likes of president Trump at Al on the show, is there a little bit of an introduction? So for our millions of lists across the country, who is Julio, what's his background and how did he get to be a journalist and investigative reporter that town hall dot com? So I recently completed serving in the Marine Corps reserves. I got out in this man the active side of the reserves. But I dropped out of college actually after president Trump won in 2016 to become a journalist because I thought, well, the campaign was crazy. People's reaction to the campaign was crazy and now that he's won. It's even crazier. So this is kind of the moment to kind of get in while I can go without a degree. So what were you studying? What were you planning to study and what were your politics back then? So I knew I did want to go to D.C. and I did know that I wanted to get involved in politics. It's not exactly sure, but then I realized I really like writing. So I knew I wanted to get into media, but I was studying business administration just because I think it's a waste of time and money to get a degree in journalism. A young man. But no, but by then for sure I was definitely a conservative by then. And I was for a long time and actually I was the only political one active political one of my family. My family was never really involved in politics, although I can say that's changed. My mom she moved to California a couple years ago in Los Angeles County. And from where? I'm from Illinois. And what happened when she moved to California? So she was by no means a liberal, but she's let's just say she's against Newsom in the recall. Unfortunately, obviously it didn't work out so well. But she is actually moving away. That's what we're spending our last Christmas in Los Angeles because she's moving to Florida. She's had enough and yeah, no, there's some things I like about Los Angeles, but I have much rather prefer to spend time with Ford, for sure..

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Who Is Marine and Journalist Julio Rosas?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 8 months ago

Who Is Marine and Journalist Julio Rosas?

"It's an individual who's been on the show before he is a dying breed. Not because he's a marine, but because he's a real journalist. Welcome to America first one on one hula rosas. Yeah, thank you for having me, doctor Burke. All right, so what we like to do at the beginning for those who may not be familiar with our new guests, although we've had the likes of president Trump at Al on the show, is there a little bit of an introduction? So for our millions of lists across the country, who is Julio, what's his background and how did he get to be a journalist and investigative reporter that town hall dot com? So I recently completed serving in the Marine Corps reserves. I got out in this man the active side of the reserves. But I dropped out of college actually after president Trump won in 2016 to become a journalist because I thought, well, the campaign was crazy. People's reaction to the campaign was crazy and now that he's won. It's even crazier. So this is kind of the moment to kind of get in while I can go without a degree. So what were you studying? What were you planning to study and what were your politics back then? So I knew I did want to go to D.C. and I did know that I wanted to get involved in politics. It's not exactly sure, but then I realized I really like writing. So I knew I wanted to get into media, but I was studying business administration just because I think it's a waste of time and money to get a degree in journalism. A young man. But no, but by then for sure I was definitely a conservative by then. And I was for a long time and actually I was the only political one active political one of my family. My family was never really involved in politics, although I can say that's changed. My mom she moved to California a couple years ago in Los Angeles County. And from where? I'm from Illinois. And what happened when she moved to California? So she was by no means a liberal, but she's let's just say she's against Newsom in the recall. Unfortunately, obviously it didn't work out so well. But she is actually moving away. That's what we're spending our last Christmas in Los Angeles because she's moving to Florida.

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"julio rosas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

09:06 min | 9 months ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"I keep thinking about Jonathan turley's analysis of this prosecutor at the rittenhouse case. And I wonder if he's on to something. You think the guy is like a plant? For Kyle? I mean, you're going to call rioters heroes? You're going to call looters heroes. People assaulting cops, heroes, here was town hall, senior writer, Julio rosas. He does great work. We try to get this kid on a few weeks ago, but he was traveling. Or maybe I have interviewed him. He's really good. And he goes to a lot of these scenes where these so called peaceful protests are underway. Here is what Julio told Tucker Carlson last night on Fox News. I mean, Tucker, I'm not going to lie to you. I got pretty heated because I mean, yeah, I was out there that night. And to call this mob of rioters, heroes is just an absolute lie. I mean, think about it. Being a call this mob heroes when they were attacking the place where he works at. I mean, this just shows how ridiculous this trial has gotten. And I think it just highlights the fact that they never had a strong case to begin with, but they have to throw everything that they can. To try to save what case they have because throughout this entire trial, their own witnesses, their own supposed video evidence. Only served to bolster rittenhouse's claim to self defense. And as someone who was there that night, it's just very, very aggravating to just see someone lie to the jury in hopes to try to save what his save his case and potentially his career. We'll see what happens. Again, keep praying for Kenosha, pray for that part of the country pray for the world pray for the country. And pray, when I say pray for the world, I want to, I want to hit these comments that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made because the mainstream media won't touch this. But Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was interviewed by Tucker Carlson yesterday. On Tucker Carlson today, that's the I guess the daytime version on Fox nation. They're streaming service. Here's the headline that caught my eye. It was over at mediaite RFK junior makes nutso claim to Tucker Carlson that the COVID vaccine appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. I found that interesting. I wanted to hear what he had to say. Here's what he had to say. There have been 17,000 deaths reported to theirs on the COVID vaccines. And that's more death in the last 8 months than all of the from all vaccines, the billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. Of this vaccine is appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. There's more reports of online vaccination. Now, I'm looking at that. I'm listening to that and I'm, again, this vaccine adverse event reporting system known as VAERS has been controversial. It's controversial because the smart kids tell us, well, don't really pay attention to that number. Because it's a cash to widen net. I don't exactly know what that means. RFK junior said there have been 17,000 deaths reported to VAERS from COVID vaccines that's more just in the last 8 months than all vaccines. The billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. So I'm reading this article over at mediaite that it's a nut so claim and I'm wondering, well why? Why is that not so? Well, here's what media I says. In May, doctor pradeep shankar spoke with media, editor in chief Aiden McLaughlin, who asked the doctor whether there's provides an accurate picture of adverse reactions to vaccines. Question is Tucker Carlson's conclusion about vaccine deaths based on his assessment of VAERS accurate? Answer, this is the doctor. It is not accurate. Theirs was intended to cast a wide net to capture any possible or potential complication that even has the remotest possibility of being related to the vaccine. Any adverse event is considered reportable. I'm just baffled by this. You look up deaths related to the COVID vaccine. You get apparently a number of 17,000. And yet the beast, the mainstream media, scoffs at any American who dares to, you know, maybe even timidly raise your hands and maybe a problem here. More deaths, 70. Let's say that number is wrong. Maybe it's 10,000. A lot of people believe that the VAERS number is underreported. I'm going to go with 17,000. Now, for perspective, I looked up how many people die in the bathtub every year? It's 19,000. So more people die while bathing than what VAERS reports. I'm going to take my chances. You may disagree with that. You have a right to disagree that you're an American. But is it fascinating that we're not even allowed to discuss it? And if somebody like Robert F. Kennedy Jr. brings it up, he's dismissed as a kook and a screwball and a nut, and you know why they do that. They want a silence. They want a marginalized. They want to push somebody like that out of the spotlight because they have a narrative that you're supposed to obey. You got to obey. Austria is locking up unvaccinated people. Do you know that Obama's former education secretary Arne Duncan tweeted out that they're onto something? Sometimes the left says out loud, what they're thinking. And Arne Duncan tweeted out, you know, you unvaccinated people, Austria's locking them up. They're locked down in Austria. You've got to be locked up in your home in Austria if you're unvaccinated. Well, considering the fact that we have about vaccination rate in America of about 58%, that's going to be a lot of people will have to lock up in their homes. So I don't have any doubt as to why people are mystified by what they're telling us. And when I see the beach, the media beasts say, oh, you kooks and screwballs. Listen, if it's true, if the number is even close to being 17,000, then that would be apparently more deaths that are vaccinated than any up. Now, I guess you could make the case more people are getting vaccinated than most people. I don't know. I have no idea. It's impossible to keep up. What I believe in strongly with every fiber of my being is that Americans get to do with their own body what they want to do. And we shouldn't be locking people up, we shouldn't be ostracizing people. We shouldn't be ridiculing people. Again, in my case, I'm not only vaccinated. I got the booster. And I'm trying to talk my loved ones and my friends into getting the booster. Most of them don't want to. That's a problem, according to the scientists and the medical experts, the vaccine wanes after 6 to 8 months, and you're going to wind up being back at risk again according to them. Now, you may not, you may not buy it. Okay, you get to roll the dice. I get to roll the dice. We all get to roll the dice. If 19,000 people a year are dying in the bathtub, that might be me. Here in the barn, tomorrow morning, I'm a slip fall, that's it. No radio show. No Annie at the South Carolina children's theater, no more people to annoy Gallagher's gone for good. I'm going to take that chance. For the good of the people around me, I'm going to make a decision to bathe. Maybe even twice tomorrow, because I'm going to roll the dice. You get to roll the dice to. One 806 5 5 Mike. Join me. Tell me what you think of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. asserting that these verge numbers are that's a number we ought to be aware of, and we ought to get to talk about it. Let's do that. That's what we do here. One 806 5 5 Mike, 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. Don't forget, we're up and running Salem news channel. We're launching something really big. If you like listening to the show, you're going to love watching it too. You'll see the video clips. You'll see my wild facial expression shoot, you'll see my bald head..

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Prosecution in Rittenhouse Case Couldn’t Be Trying Any Harder to Reach Acquittal

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 9 months ago

Prosecution in Rittenhouse Case Couldn’t Be Trying Any Harder to Reach Acquittal

"I keep thinking about Jonathan turley's analysis of this prosecutor at the rittenhouse case. And I wonder if he's on to something. You think the guy is like a plant? For Kyle? I mean, you're going to call rioters heroes? You're going to call looters heroes. People assaulting cops, heroes, here was town hall, senior writer, Julio rosas. He does great work. We try to get this kid on a few weeks ago, but he was traveling. Or maybe I have interviewed him. He's really good. And he goes to a lot of these scenes where these so called peaceful protests are underway. Here is what Julio told Tucker Carlson last night on Fox News. I mean, Tucker, I'm not going to lie to you. I got pretty heated because I mean, yeah, I was out there that night. And to call this mob of rioters, heroes is just an absolute lie. I mean, think about it. Being a call this mob heroes when they were attacking the place where he works at. I mean, this just shows how ridiculous this trial has gotten. And I think it just highlights the fact that they never had a strong case to begin with, but they have to throw everything that they can. To try to save what case they have because throughout this entire trial, their own witnesses, their own supposed video evidence. Only served to bolster rittenhouse's claim to self defense. And as someone who was there that night, it's just very, very aggravating to just see someone lie to the jury in hopes to try to save what his save his case and potentially his career. We'll see what happens. Again, keep praying for Kenosha, pray for that part of the country pray for the world pray for the

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"julio rosas" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on AP News

"Nothing says morning like a classic sausage McMuffin with egg right now, get this all time favorite for just two bucks on the $123 menu. Pricing participation. A very cannot be combined with any other offer a company meal bought up up up to Announcing stricter enforcement against unruly airline passengers, Citing confrontations with Washington, D C. Rioters, The Federal Aviation Administration says there's been a quote disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior. This includes confrontations over facemask rules and from recent violence at the U. S. Capitol, so the agency says it will no longer give initial warnings to Unruly passengers. It will immediately launch enforcement action. Penalties can include fines up to $35,000 and jail terms for threats or assaults. The flight attendants union says it's applauding this new policy of first strike. You're out. Jackie Quinn, Washington Clete Keller swam and meddled in three straight Olympics 4004 and 2008. The FBI says the now 38 year old was one of the people who stormed the capital. He faces a number of charges, including disorderly conduct and obstructing law officers. Keller's alleged participation was first reported in Swim swam a site that covers competitive swimming and aquatic sports. The site, pointing out video posted by town Hall reporter Julio Rosa's showing a tall man wearing a U. S Olympic team jacket. The FBI affidavit references screenshot showing the person identified his killer wearing the distinctive jacket. The bureau, adding that the former swimmer is listed as 6 FT six and the person in the video appears to be one of the tallest individuals in the video. Tim McGuire, Washington AH, former Olympian is charged with taking part in the deadly riot at the U. S. Capitol. Clete Keller swam and meddled in three straight Olympics. 4004 and 2008. The FBI says the now 38 year old was one of the people who stormed the capital. He faces a number of charges, including disorderly conduct and obstructing law officers. Keller's alleged participation was first reported in Swim swam a site that covers competitive swimming and aquatic sports. The site, pointing out video posted by town hall reporter Julio Rosas. Showing a tall man wearing a U. S. Olympic team jacket. The FBI affidavit references screenshot, showing a person identified his killer wearing the distinctive jacket. The bureau, adding that the former swimmer is listed as 6 FT six and the person in the video appears to be one of the tallest individuals in the video. Tim McGuire, Washington I'm Mike Rossi, a reporting a federal agency moves to force Tesla to recall about 159,000 vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is moving to force Tesla to take corrective action with potentially defective touchscreens Nitsa has sent Tesla letter saying it has tentatively determined the screens are defective and pose a safety risk. The agency says the screens can cause backup cameras to go dark and if rosters to malfunction In addition, the screen failures can cause the loss of audible chimes and alerts that are part of the auto pilot driver assist system. The issues affect certain 2012 through 2018 model s and 2016 through model 18 model X Tesla vehicles I might cross CEO. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is moving to force Tesla to take corrective action with potentially defective touch screens. It has sent Tesla letter, saying it has tentatively determined the screens are defective and pose a safety risk. The agency says the screens can cause backup cameras to go dark and if rosters to malfunction. In addition, the screen failures can cause the loss of audible chimes and alerts that are part of the auto pilot driver assist system. The issues affect certain 2012 through 2018 model s and 2016 through model 18 model X Tesla vehicles I, Mike Rossia, they drive up They're vaccinated by health professional. In their car. They then have to sit out 15 minutes so that we can assess there's any reactions any allergic reactions. In 3 to 4 weeks for the second dose. They will then come back as the state of California. Is breaking numbers with cases and death because of cove in 19. This mass vaccination. In the vaccinating our residents symbolizes hope and optimism with event center does is, it provides an opportunity to vaccinate About 2000 people a day. The Flyers have won the first NHL game of the 2021 season. Joel Therapy had a Golden three assists in the Flyers 63 decision over the Penguins. The game was tied 33 until Michael Rafel tallied 5 37 into the third period to begin a flurry of scoring for Philadelphia. Oscar Lindblom a Kevin Hey scored 20 seconds apart to turn it into a rout. Nolan Patrick also scored in his first game since April. 2019, the 22 year old senator and number two overall pick, and the 2017 draft was stricken with debilitating migraines that caused him to miss all of last season. I'm Dave Ferrie. AP News I'm Touma Gloria, the House for a second time and peaches. President Trump a first for US president. The vote was 232 to 1. 97 Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the members did their duty. Donald Trump is a clear.

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"julio rosas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"julio rosas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Alright, Welcome back. It is Vegas take sharpened. Shapiro gets your phone calls in a few minutes here, 2575396. We're talking about events that took place as far as N ba players canceling playoff games, which will resume today. I want to give you all an update. On this Jacob Blake shooting. Of course, we know the civil unrest that has been taking place Kenosha, Wisconsin. Well that Wisconsin attorney General Josh call, He said Jacob Blake had a knife in the car but would not clarify if responding officers knew about it, he said. The knife was on the driver's side floor board, and he had no other weapons. The officer who shot Blake seven times, his name is Rustin Schelsky. And he's been on the police force. They're in Kenosha for seven years. According to the release. A woman called police to report that her boyfriend was president and was not supposed to be on the premises. When Officer tries to arrest Blake, one of the officers deployed to taste to try to stop him. It didn't work. Blake then walks around to the driver's side of his vehicle, opening the door and leaned forward, according to the report, Blake told police and by the way, Blake did speak to police after being shot. He was still cognisant, which is unbelievable. Apparently told police he did have a knife. He and he admitted it in an interview following the shooting. It is unclear, though, where the responding officers knew Blake had a knife, and that is going to be kind of. You know what? Listen, This is part of the investigation. There's still a lot of information that we need to find out. But now I want and that's the latest on that. Now. I want to move on to what took place as far as a couple nights ago with the shooting of two protesters. The 17 year old who rush they were rioters. They were not protesters. Writers, okay, They were rioting. Okay, So let me give the information on on what took place on then, if you're it's your opinion that the two people who are dead or riders, then we can talk about that. Kyle Rittenhouse is the 17 year old, by the way, who Does not even live in that city. He lives in another 15 minutes outside the city. 15 Miles. Excuse me. But he was taken into custody in Illinois on suspicion of first degree intentional homicide. Like I study. He lives about 50 miles outside of Kenosha. He has heard staying. I just killed somebody. At one point during the rampage that erupted just before midnight. One victim was shot in the head and other in the chest. Third victim wounds not believed to be life threatening, According to witness accounts and video footage. Police let the young white man responsible for some or all of the shootings. Walk past them with a semi automatic rifle over shoulder. I've seen this video myself. It's crazy as members of the crowd were yelling, Arrest him! Arrest him! He was the one that shot these people arrest him. And cops, for whatever reason, didn't even approach him. Cellphone video of At least two of the shootings that was posted online shows a young man with a rifle jogging down the middle of the street is crowd some police officers following someone, the crowd could be heard asking. What did he do in another person responds that the man had shot someone. The man with the gun stumbles and falls, And as he's approached by people in the crowd, he fires three or four shots from a seated position. Sitting at least two people, including one who falls over and another who stumbles away and cries. Medic Medic. A witness, Julio Rosas said that when the gunman stumbled and fell to people jumped onto him, and there was a struggle for control of his rifle. That point during the struggle. He just began to fire multiple rounds and that dispersed people near him. The rifle was being jerked around in all directions, what was being fired, he said. In the cell phone footage. The gunman stands up continues walking down the street, and that's the moment where I said police didn't stop them or approaching. Protester Devon Scott told the Chicago Tribune that he witnessed one of the shootings himself, he said, We were all chanting Black lives matter at the gas station, and then we heard boom boom, and I told my friend that's not fireworks. And then this guy with the huge gun runs by us in the middle of the street, and people are yelling. He shot someone he shot someone. We're learning a little bit more about the 17 year old addition to his participation as a youth police cadet in Lake County, his social media Post showed Riton House was a staunch law enforcement supporter who had posted tributes to officers killed the line of duty in Chicago and northern suburbs and other social media account that appeared to belong to Rittenhouse. Is that a bad thing? I'm just trying to get through the story, man we can. I'm not giving you my opinion on it. Another social media account that appeared to belong to Rittenhouse suggests he was also a supporter of President Trump. The TIC tac account with just 25 followers read Trump 2020 with the U. S flag next to it and bra. I'm just trying to be famous. That's what he said, bro. I'm just trying to be famous Third video again shows the team armed with a gun strolling among what appeared to be uniformed police officers. And on Wednesday morning, a statement by the Kenosha Guard page read. We are unaware if the armed citizen was answering. The Kenosha guard militias called to arms and it was even the bug lose that said he is not a part of our group..

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