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"justin texas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:19 min | 2 months ago

"justin texas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I totally could. This is very important to me that this is accurate for no reason at all. Just it's just but it is. It's weird things I focus on. I don't know. But I had to tell you guys that because it actually threw me I'm I'm like talking to you guys and I look up. I'm like that Damn thing is staring at me. It is creepy. It is the color of band AIDS. I had it on the back of my chair before we went just to like, mess around with people. So the older Joe Dirt wig is that is like Nashville Mullet. Okay, That's not like a Kentucky waterfall that's like a Nashville Camaro crash helmet. Okay, that that's way to glam. It is way too glam. Kentucky waterfall, by the way, would be a great all cover tribute band to Kentucky headhunters. I bet you would 30 exists. I bet if it doesn't I'm going to be so depressed. I'm going to be so depressed and frankly, I'm going to have lost whatever little faith I had left in humanity. It's going to be gone. Who excuse me, All right, so That's very important that the State Department is trying to take credit for that. I think that's so lame. It's so lame. There and I'm glad that people are speaking up and saying No, no, Y'all didn't do that. You guys didn't do that. So Jack, speaking of the Taliban heads. Doug Lamborn. He's a congressman from Colorado. Says. Hey, FBI. I found him. Syria, Sudan Haqqani Is the acting interior minister of Afghanistan. He's on the Terror watch list. He's on the Yeah. So he's one of the Haqqanis. That's there. So we're we're gonna be doing business with them. I'm just curious. I feel like my dude over here with abandoned colored skin. You know what I mean? The weird kind of he's almost. He's got like It's almost like he rolled in circus peanut dust before he came into being I just It's this weird anyway. And Get a Lindsey Graham fired from this thing right now. Total them. It's weird, man. I'm Totally weirding myself out. All right. We got a couple of other things to touch on because we're not done with this. We also a lot of questions about the the evacuees from Afghanistan. So the U. S. This is from NBC, by the way. U. S. Is sending at least two Afghan evacuation Kosovo because they have to be further revered does not necessarily mean that they pose a terror threat, but it totally sounds sauce just saying Means like maybe there's something maybe something happened in there. Maybe. Furthermore, the Washington Times has this story about how a convicted rapists reached the U. S on an Afghan evacuation flight. A 47 year old rapist apparently made it out on an Ethiopian Airlines charter flight. For evacuees. He was convicted of raping deported previously from the United States, but he got back Now. They his his exact path. The entry though I'm not quite sure. If it's clear he doesn't hold an S. I V That's a special immigrant visa. He doesn't He doesn't hold that but grew goodness. His name is Gator Heydari. 47 years old. He's a rapist. He's convict. See, this is where I'm like. If you're convicted rapist like if you are a predator upon women and your brutalizing them death penalty. Same thing with child predators. I'm gonna talk about this to in conjunction with the six week law. Going to talk about that Abbott signed into law the bill that banned this is the the way that CNN has presented this piece. They have the story and it says Justin, Texas Republican Governor, Greg Abbott signs into law a bill that bans 24 hour and drive through voting and poses new hurdles on mail in ballots and impart empowers partisan poll watchers. Okay, Here's where all of this is wrong Number one. The 24 hour and drive through voting with an emergency. It was an emergency protocol that was put into effect to deal with voting during pandemic in lockdown, which again is why people think should have been locked down in the first place. But I digress. There was nothing that was actually it was not actually legally allowed. So you can't You can't ban something That is not part of the law anyway. That's why in Georgia, which I thought Georgia's law went too far. Georgia didn't have any of this stuff like the ballots for the boxes for ballots, etcetera that that was all new to their voting process during the lockdown, and what they ended up doing is they codified it and the law that it's now part of the state law and they made it permanent. Their laws in Georgia go further than any other states that I'm aware of even front of the Colorados even further than Joe Biden's home state, and that's That's why I always thought it went too far. Now in Texas, the 24 hour thing, there's no we don't need 24 hour drive in voting and you don't need battle it boxes sitting around randomly on streets, free votes for people to drop drop votes, and that's not going to work. And the partisan poll watcher thing That's such garbage because the intimation is that it's only Republicans that are doing poll watching. It's Democrats and Republicans that are allowed to have citizens volunteer and go through a class and then they can become poll watchers. So it's both sides, so that's so stupid, and by the way that's actually kind of always been like that. That's why they said empowers partisan poll watchers. They didn't do anything except make it to where people could do it and and police their own community voting better if they want to do it's all volunteer effort, and it's run by the State Party of that area. So if Democrats control voting in that area, guess who organizes this stuff? Democrats. Same thing for Republicans, Democrats and Republicans can both do it this and imposes new hurdles on mail in ballots as someone whose oldest son in college voted on a mail in ballot. It requires signature matching and that's something that was determined When we had lockdown, etcetera. He had to. You have to write the elections board. You have to fill out a thing. Request an absentee ballot. And then you that the board determines. Okay, You're not going to be in town for any of these days, even early voting because of your in college somewhere or something else, And then you can get based on you know whether or not it fits into the established criteria. Then, and that's determined by voters already draw. Then you get a mail in ballot and your signature just has to match that's it. But you can't send ballots in that have no signatures, and nobody can actually confirm whether or not that was either. Did it. So that's all it is. This is such disingenuous garbage. All right now we got to get we got it. We got more to come. We've got headlines on the way. We'll also be talking to my friend later on Stephen yet, so you do not want to miss as we do. Get moving on. 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"justin texas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"justin texas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"J 10 15 Thanks a lot for joining us. The Washington Times says hundreds of lawsuits related to this election have already been filed, and it could get much more extensive after election day. This is quite a report where they really go deep into all of the states where these challenges are underway. It's amazing how many legal battles are playing out right now. Well, we saw several here Justin, Texas with either that drop off locations whether or not that was to go on whether or not Paris County was able to see. Just send out the ballots to anyone that is on their registration, Tio Whether or not early voting was legal. That extra week of early voting was legal, but to the ones that are, I think even more dire for clarity on the one that came out of Pennsylvania on Friday, where it was like Oh, it doesn't matter if the signatures if you can verify signatures or not just go ahead and count it. Yeah, Pennsylvania may have 400 lawsuits after the election alone just in Pennsylvania and to give you an example of how far out some of these Air getting me a Familia Vota Education fund That's AA group advocating on behalf of illegal immigrants, is suing the president and U. S Attorney General bar. And homeland security. They're saying that by sending federal agents out to protect federal property around the country that is violent suppression of voters rights By going out and protecting these federal courthouses. And this is an actual law suit that's been filed in Washington, D. C. Right? I just I I can't understand that that is their job for federal agents to protect federal property. This is our money, and they're making sure that nothing is destroyed and we have to spend more money and being able to do that. And I'm a little confused. Is that still is that still happening now? And I don't know that any of these federal buildings are being used as voting locations are they Not that I know of. And it seems to have kind of quieted down as we approach the election in terms of the the riots in the trouble, but they're suing anyway. They're claiming that a lot of these folks were actually out there. Marching and chanting and rallying on behalf of voting rights, and by having federal agents out there it it, intimidated them and suppress their right to free speech and drum up support for voting. I say, Bull. I think if anything, it probably should have lit a fire under them. Even Maur. If that's really what they were thinking, Oh, they think they're going to intimidate us with these federal officers all show them I'm going to go and vote and I'm going to vote this way or that way. I mean, Come on, you're stretching. That is a big stretch, isn't it? Alright 51283605 90 Call or text us the full Senate votes tonight on the confirmation of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Senator Ted Cruz says the Republicans have the votes to get her through and get her confirmed. But Elizabeth Warren was speaking in the Senate, and she is warning all of America that this is actually a travesty. What the Republicans are doing. Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell and their Republican buddies are shoving aside the wishes of the American people. In order to steal the Supreme Court seat. Interesting. I thought the latest poll said that the American people were like, go ahead. We're good with her. We even we even wanted done before Election Day, You're right Gallop. Polling and others are showing rising support for Judge Barrett. But remember that that phrase they stole this seat? You're going to hear that in the future if the Democrats get control that will be one of the arguments they use to put more members on the U. S. Supreme Court. Yeah, And I was just looking the person that Biden has decided to name. I guess it's like his chief of staff, I think is the same guy that we talked about the one that was Presenting the bill about the term limits on the Supreme Court justices. So if Biden gets in, expect all of that, I mean, it sounds like pretty much a rework of what the Supreme Court is is from how many justices air on their toe, how long they serve. We could be looking at something completely different for the judicial says Yeah, you're right. They're not talking about term limits, in addition to adding members because they're going to be telling America that this seat was stolen. And Trump stole another one, too, along with McConnell when they wouldn't seat. An appointee of President Obama in the last six months had nothing to do with that, but I'm sure they'll throw him in. Yes, they sure will. And all of this worry Senator Ted Cruz today on Fox, he said, I'm very concerned about the Second Amendment. He said. I know that the Democrats will bring cases before the U. S. Supreme Court designed to number one go after the individual's right. To own firearms. The right that was upheld in the Heller case before the U. S Supreme Court here. He is talking about that on Fox this morning. When it comes to guns, they want to strip away. They want to take away your second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. The key to doing that. Is the core. And he also predicts that in Congress, the Democrats will strip away the protection now enjoyed by the gun manufacturers against the product liability lawsuits, he says that will end up before the Supreme Court and if it's packed with additional appointees from Joe Biden, he says that protection for the manufacturers Will be gone. And then the trial attorneys will sue the gun makers out of business. One. I don't. What What Cruz is doing is is what I didn't like about what the Democrats were doing when they were just assuming that Judge Barrett would Vote a certain way certain cases will be brought in for and she's going to vote where he's doing the same thing, saying if If you elect Biden, this is what's gonna happen that a sigh and I don't I don't like that. It's supposition..

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"justin texas" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"justin texas" Discussed on KGO 810

"Was going to start who this team was going to start went back and forth, struggling to find sleep. In this decision. 11 now may is ready and fires and that one is off the inside edge. Consulate has sat down in that Dodger pen. Although we could see him through the door in the back, so Is likely very close. Getting loose Analogic trying and might be up. Next pitch is grounded. That's out to short Seger to tailor it second for one on the first dug out, it's a double play. On the play Freeman to third. That's exactly What Dustin may was hoping for six for three and d'Arnaud hits into two outs. And with a man of 32 way it'll bring up Ozzy Albee's Till the Braves have the lead on the RV. I single by Marcel Ozuna Rocky beginning for Justin May, the 23 year old from Justin, Texas, all these open stance left side. He's a switch hitter pitch that's upstairs. Ball one. No strikes. He's a better right handed hitter. And in this series, he has homered twice both times from the other side. I dealt with a wrist injury this year Miss 30 games with an injured right wrist. A pinch and that one is cut on and missed. Now it's wanted one look like a cutter. Freeman's in third, and they're two outs quite in sync. His lower half of his upper half Dustin May with the fastball, finding more control when he goes to the cut fastball. Less velocity. A pinch on that one clips the outside corner. Just got a piece of it all these asking James Lloyd played umpire about it. It's wanted to told you, Hoyt has the plate will little Is it first? Jim Reynolds, the crew chief is its second Corey Blazer and third Dan Ias own you down the left field line. Alan Porter, right? Mayotte the belt 12 check swing on a pitch, darting away a fastball at 101 and he held up. It missed two and two. They backto work Come set. Kicked to to swing and a miss Chuck him out at 100 a really good job of limiting the damage by Dustin May the first three reach the Braves score run midway in the first It's Game.

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"justin texas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"justin texas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Nominee Joe Biden, facing pressure to denounce on going riding and looting in Wisconsin, condemn violence sparked by the police involved shooting of Jacob Black this week. I condemned Violence in any form where there's looting or whatever it is fighting continuing on MSNBC says all the violence and looting is taking away from the peaceful protests. That's what's being seen now and ask to stop. The FBI says they have captured one of the 10 most wanted fugitives. Picot Yasser Sayyed in Justin, Texas, six years after he was placed on their most wanted list. Seed is the Egyptian born cab driver accused in the 2008 honor killing of his two daughters side reportedly murdered his own girls because they were dating non Muslim boys. Hurricane Laura also the cause of a chemical fire in Baton Rouge. Louisiana. Officials are telling people in the area to stay home. This is use a radio news. Now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline Tickets book A flight today to London, Paris, Madrid or anywhere else you want to go and pay a lot less guarantee. Call the international travel Department right now at low cost airlines 800 to 155141. 800 to 1551 for one. That's 800 to 15 51 41. They're countless decisions to be made while rolling through the supermarket aisles, not the least of which is whether to buy organic or not, but our organic foods versus non organic foods really better for you and do they really contain less pesticides? James Rodgers, director of food safety and research, casting for consumer reports. Tells ABC is Good Morning America. The good news in our findings were that about 50% of the non organic produce that was tested actually tested at no risk. Rogers does say those some work needs to be done regarding which pesticides air used on fruits and vegetables that are harmful to people. There are a number of possible pesticides that have been associate it with neurological problems with certain types of cancer and with endocrine disruptions. TIC TAC CEO Kevin mayor has resigned amid US pressure for its Chinese owner to sell the popular video game APP, which the White House says is a security risk. Mayor says his decision to leave the company comes after the political environment has sharply changed. His resignation comes after President Trump ordered a ban on TIC Tac. Citing security risks of the company unless the parent company sells.

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"justin texas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"justin texas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Chesky has been a law enforcement officer with Kenosha Police Department for seven years. Call says Blake told officers that he had a knife in the car, which was found on the floor board. One of the FBI's 10 most wanted fugitives is in custody. The bureau says. Yes, sir Abdul Sayid was wanted in connection with the murder of his two teenage daughters in 2008. He was taken into custody in Justin, Texas. The S and P closed at a record high today. You're listening to ABC News Bob Williams. Our top story. Nightly demonstrations in Portland have turned violent for three months. 11 90 K X has Brad four reports. Mayor Ted Wheeler says it needs to stop. Mayor Ted waiter says a small group of violent activist has taken over the demonstrations for racial justice reform. We need to end the nightly violence and implement much needed police reforms demanded by our community were called on residents to speak out against the violence, but he offered no solutions to stop. He said. Violent activists need to be held accountable. But the district attorney has said he won't charge people unless they cause injuries or property damage. The University of Oregon has announced that most classes this fall will be online. The university president Michael Scheel, says they want to make sure freshmen still have the on campus experience. We will welcome the freshman class to campus by instituting robots, testing contact, tracing an isolation and quarantine programs in our residence halls. Shell says labs and courses that needs studios will remain in person with Precautions for covert 19, the campus will be closed to the general public. Their goal is to have students return to classrooms by no later than January of 2021. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has a problem with its app that allows hundreds and anglers to carry their license on their phone on iPhones, the actors and open when the phone is out of range, Michelle Dennehy with O. D. F and W. Says there is a work around We're working on getting it fixed now, But in the meantime, we're asking hunters and anglers to take a screenshot of your license and your tag. You could also open the app before you get out of range, leaving it open. In the event your check by a wildlife agent. You can also print a copy of your license. When you get back and range. You can fill out tags. Then he says, they don't know when the Appleby fixed. I'm Bob Williams News Radio 11 90 K X.

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"justin texas" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"justin texas" Discussed on WTVN

"Station. From ABC News area. Aldinger Vice President Mike Pence, will give the keynote address on this third night of the Republican National Convention. But earlier this evening, his wife, Karen, talked about her work with military spouses, President Trump and vice president Pence have been supporting our United States armed forces, including our military families on a significant scale, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany talked about her boss and his daughter's compassion is she recovered from a preventative measure? To me as I came out of anesthesia. One of the first calls I received was from Ivanka Trump. As I recovered, my phone rang again. It was President Trump calling to check on me. General Keith Kellogg praising the president's America First foreign policy. President Trump's No Hawk. He wisely wheels the sword when required. It believes in seeking peace. Instead of perpetual conflict. The only trump to speak tonight will be the president's daughter in law Laura Governor John Bell. Edwards has activated the entire Louisiana National Guard ahead of Hurricane Laura's arrival. The storm, which is rapidly intensifying, is expected to make landfall by early tomorrow. The Justice Department says it's conducting a civil rights investigation into the shooting of a black man by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin. State Attorney General Josh Call identifying the officer who allegedly shot Jacob Blake seven times in the back of a police officer Rustin Chesky. Has been a law enforcement officer with Kenosha Police Department for seven years, call says Blake told officers that he had a knife in the car, which was found on the floor board. One of the FBI's 10 most wanted fugitives is in custody. The bureau says. Yes, sir Abdul Sayid was wanted in connection with the murder of his two teenage daughters in 2008. He was taken into custody in Justin, Texas, the S and P closed at a record high today. You're listening to ABC news. News of radio 6 10 W. TV, and um Allison Wyatt, the Catholic Diocese of Columbus ever each to $1 million settlement in 2018 lawsuit involving abuse allegations at ST Charles Preparatory School. The lawsuit claims during the 2000 to 2003 school year, Reverend Thomas Bennett molested a student approximately six times well on school grounds. Columbus Toddler accidentally shot by her four year old brother is out of the hospital. Police say. The shooting happened early this morning in the Linden neighborhood, The Children's mother say your gun was on the bed and covered by a shirt when the older child bumped into it, and it fired. Police are continuing their investigation. Ah, long time fixture in Ohio State apparel is closing their doors. The across the field store on Olin Tansy River Road will close after owners say. Since the pandemic took hold in the state.

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"justin texas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"justin texas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Americans look at the dramatic rise of covert cases in the US and wonder, as they have since been March when things will get better. Millions were unemployed. Those who do still have jobs worry along those jobs will last Meanwhile, the White House response this week to these interlock crisis is has been Well, what confused, contradictory counterfactual. NPR's Ron Elving will help the search for the right adjective. Thanks so much for being with us. Good to be with you. Scott. Have what words What words do you have to describe it? Denial comes to mind. But how about delusional? The president still seems to think this disease is going to dissipate on its own, the CDC says. If people wore masks, we could get the virus under control in 4 to 6 weeks, But the president rejects that flies to Atlanta defies a mask requirement there. He says he wants people to have quote a certain freedom. And certainly people have that we're seeing where it's gotten US 75,000 new cases on Thursday alone, a new high 15,000 Justin Texas fatal cases have nearly doubled since early July, back to almost 1000 deaths a day. So one final word for all this Scott, tragic. Dr Anthony Fauci is still on the job, despite some some pretty high placed efforts to undermine How she lives and found she works and how he holds his ground with amazing resilience. First, the White House handed out a hit piece this week, saying found she was wrong on some things early this year that the president straight advisor writes a Yusa today piece saying found she was often wrong and yet found she did not take the bait. He did not resign. He said. Stop this nonsense. And at week's end, the White House seemed to have done so. Congress returns next week. Ron, what's in front of them? What can they do to help American survive this pandemic? They could do a lot, maybe not to defeat the virus but to deal with the economic shock of it. Reopening too fast brought the virus back, and that's going to bring back business closings as well. We're already seeing some terrible numbers for the second quarter, and people are going to need relief checks to get them through. So when their jobs come back, so the Democrats bottom line is half a trillion dollars for states and localities. The Senate Republicans want liability protection for businesses and the president wants a payroll tax cuts, so it's either a three way compromise or a three way standoff and time is running out fast. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is dream is being treated for cancer once again. Yes, She's already a survivor of several other cancers, and she revealed yesterday that she's been undergoing chemotherapy in recent months since lesions were found on her liver. But she added that they had responded to the treatment and she intends to stake on the court. And if there were not enough already riding on this election, Scott Now we have this reminder of President Supreme Court appointment Power finally ran your thoughts for John Lewis, whom we just remembered with representative Sewell. We overuse the word icon, But in this case, it's barely adequate. Let's listen to some of John Lewis right now. My philosophy is very simple when you see something that is not right. They're not just.

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"justin texas" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"justin texas" Discussed on KCRW

"Many Americans look at the dramatic rise of covert cases in the US and wonder, as they have since been March when things will get better. Millions were unemployed. Those who do still have jobs worry how long those jobs will last. Meanwhile, the White House response this week to these interlock crisis is has been Well, what confused, contradictory counterfactual. NPR's Ron Elving will help us search for the right adjective. Thanks so much for being with us. Good to be with you. Scott. Have what words What words do you have to describe it? Denial comes to mind. But how about delusional? The president still seems to think this disease is going to dissipate on its own. The CDC says it people wore masks. We could get the virus under control in 4 to 6 weeks. But the president rejects that flies to Atlanta defies a mask requirement there. He says he wants people to have quote a certain freedom. And certainly people have that we're seeing where it's gotten US 75,000 new cases on Thursday alone, a new high 15,000 Justin Texas fatal cases have nearly doubled since early July, back to almost 1000 deaths a day. So one final word for all this Scott, tragic. Dr Anthony Fauci is still on the job. Ah, despite some some pretty high placed efforts to undermine How she lives and found she works and how he holds his ground with amazing resilience. First, the White House handed out a hit piece this week, saying found she was wrong on some things early this year, then the president's trade advisor, writes a Yusa today, piece saying found she was often wrong and yet found she did not take the bait. He did not resign, he said. Stop this nonsense, and at week's end, the White House seemed to have done so. Congress returns next week. Ron what's in front of them? What can they do to help Americans survive this pandemic? They could do a lot, maybe not to defeat the virus but to deal with the economic shock of it. Reopening too fast brought the virus back, and that's going to bring back business closings as well. We're already seeing some terrible numbers for the second quarter, and people are going to need relief checks to get them through two when their jobs come back. So the Democrats bottom line is half a trillion dollars for states and localities. Senate Republicans want liability protection for businesses and the president wants a payroll tax cuts, so it's either a three way compromise or a three way standoff and time is running out fast. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is dream is being treated for cancer once again. Yes, She's already a survivor of several other cancers, and she revealed yesterday that she's been undergoing chemotherapy in recent months since lesions were found on her liver. But she added that they had responded to the treatment and she intends to stay on the court. And if there were not enough already riding on this election, Scott Now we have this reminder of the president's Supreme Court appointment. Power finally ran your thoughts for John Lewis, whom we just remembered with representative Sewell. We overuse the word icon, But in this case, it's barely adequate. Let's listen to some of John Lewis right now. My philosophy is simple. When you see something that is not right. Not just stuff stamping.

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"justin texas" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"justin texas" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Radio eight six six ninety right I okay we gotta go to Justin Texas a Jesse welcome you're not already a welcome to the show hi right the gear you want all the time back at the only played the fastest round the golf soon in Texas flooding green if you remember that cool yeah yes I remember that yes yeah that was great when I was doing my local show back then I believe yes yes good afternoon grab the eight thirty min yeah I was just telling the call screener that if if president trump cancer the Democrats would would be an uproar because he'd be contributing to the world population because the climate change yeah yeah not be the number one complaint and then here domestically they would complain that he was killing all the pharmaceutical industry jobs what your income yeah your yours would be forced all you you know because they're gonna win out of we we knew we were going to say yeah and and we threw it around right before we came on the air and as of now is is is a job killer right no no no yours actually better is better because this is exactly where the liberals live you know because now the population is going to live longer and it's going to be a greater impact negative impact on the environment is yeah I can see the New York times headline white curing cancer is bad for the environment Sackler what happened we we may think good but this is an actual working no I'm I'm telling you that's exactly that's the way it would you know now we can go in and we can fly in from the obvious of saving lives he's also he's also cutting down on the use of plastic because fewer medications your plastic bottles fewer no no no liberals would even hear that they would even hear that it's about so we have to have all man I I I look then then I think five dead by that time because yeah I just can't imagine doing a talk show debating whether curing cancer was a good thing.

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"justin texas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"justin texas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Com you're listening to the Dave Ramsey show coming up Monday morning is the key a civil morning show on talk sixty this is the Dave Ramsey show I'm Chris Hogan filling in per day and we're excited to be with you but I want to hear from you I know you've got some money questions on your mind or something you want to discuss related to you pursuing your journey to becoming an everyday millionaire well here's the deal I want to give us a call if you got a question or something on your mind I want you to call us the number to call is triple eight eight two five five two two five again that's eight eight eight eight two five five two two five or you can find us on social media at Ramsey show bill Frieder just send us a question man right there we'd love to talk with you right I'm back on the phones here I've got I've got click on the line for Justin Texas clip how are you there are great because are you do us all buddy I'm focused the not finished how can I help you today I have a quick question for you wife and I are in and and baby steps for five and six together they're working at work in that plan good and I've been with have been with Edward Jones for a couple years now and I've had a good buddy of mine court me do to join northwestern mutual and I've had meetings with them and you know pretty much at a point where we are ready to move for with that but they have two different type of it battery programs and just kind of like it's all dependent on that tour talk to me what do they have what are they talking to you I think there's one called advisory program or just a book reach cal brokerage account being just like that B. per year to get out and maybe hundred fifty Bucks a year some semi that that's there one plan where kind of we're in control with with them and that they have another program where they charge a percentage of your portfolio I believe it's a sliding scale depending on how much you have but just wanted to get I know Dave recommends using it using a professional figure investing and and that's what we're doing but this is one of each other opinion on using using that he based type of a program for versus the percentage of your portfolio I'm just look at long term over you know to be a millionaire one day so I did it didn't know if that if you guys recommended using using that have a fee structure all the way through good cliff tell me this my friend how old are you and your wife.

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"justin texas" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"justin texas" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"There. Just downtown sexy. I don't think I've ever been downtown factor me, neither, I don't think zinze ever been done. But they got a pretty cool downtown. Wylie. There's no downtown factory sexy is like the better end of garland is way. Look at it. The slums of Wiley. Okay. Well, the bad kids move. Yeah. But it's actually hasn't figured out, though that backyard at five is dated end. But they put the kids in activities in the back. So there's an area just for the parents. I mean, of course, the kids can come in. But all the kids migrate to the back. We're working on working on keeping those kids out. I mean it's. Kids today man, if they can open up the venue one, one of these little towns up at the colony could do it opened up a venue, where we can we can go to drop off the kids right in come back later and Gumbo. So the city is taking care of them, right until they're twenty one or so. Right. Yeah. Or at least till tomorrow. Yes. So the basically the incarcerated for you. That'd be. But Jin you bought your house, how long ago and sexy. Two thousand three thousand three sixteen years ago. That's all right. So you. You've probably got all you're going to get out of that home. There's actually I think they talked topped out. Yeah. Okay. Home. But then, and now it's, it's an affordable home. Somebody won't wants to go over there. Really? I mean think about how much further you have to drive north or east to defend a home. You know, less than three hundred thousand dollars quite a ways. Yeah. Probably certainly not out in Tarrant county. Tarrant county Justice, Jay Z, excuse me, Jay z, so illness. You know, those homes out there. Hearted fifty three fifty four hundred thousand. Yeah. Neutral, level points, north Fort Worth is like I said, it's often you think your property taxes, are how now what if your house is worth four thousand? Chunk of change for sure. So you're advocating her to sell her login. I you called Anna regarding earplugs in. We'll and play the tape on recall that the comment. But I, I remember. You'll hear later. All right. Okay. Well, all right. Thanks for calling in. Talkative jim. Bye. There. Another happy homeowner in sexy, Texas. I like selling about their property taxes. Say when they moved the facts about factory like live out out in the country and then the country caught up with him. Yeah. It's right there. I mean, George Bush drive right, right. Past fire will well once fire will mall got and, and George Bush was that old. So you had now you had access to the, the rest of the world as prior to that she had to go down to LBJ way south to crossover. And then if wanted to go, let's say to Frisco, yeah, I mean, that was that was a heck of a deal. But so when George Bush came in and gave them access. Well, a lot of the, the Argyle's and Justin's of this diff- w area or like this acsi of twenty years ago. And but it sounds like their rates coming, right? Yes. Absolutely. Yes. You're exactly right. The, you know, like I said, sexy back when Jin possible out there, sixteen years ago. That's how long she's been out there. Yeah. It's completely changed. And we were looking at two lane two lane roads out there. And we've talked about it infrastructures a little bit earlier. That's what that sought to town. Our side of town needs to get get a move on, because it look on, we've got so many houses coming in so many folks, moving in not just Tarrant county, but Dallas county as well. That the infrastructure needs something needs to be done. Well, you know, I was in flower mound not too long ago and they've got they've got a lot of interest for further. Yes. That they've really I mean, they're they've raised the bar, and they're in it. You know, these these landlocked communities like sexy or the colony or Capelle. You know I understand their situation. But when get way out there or gal. Royse city. Justin. Hasslet Justice Xs. Yes. Argo then excuse. You know, I mean. Make one point two here. So in these small towns, all of a sudden, this growth comes will the city management, and the people that are working there, there cow town folk. I mean, they do not used to this kind of stuff, they know exactly where to go now. And they make they have they have to go through a big transition to bring in much better resources in terms of management, so that they can implement these kind of bond programs enough things that are this. So I'm just on their side saying give a break because these guys are small towns to the. Executor employee employees. Now, they're taking on the four hundred houses, new homes, a year that started three fifty guess what? Well, okay. I see where you're going with that. But I disagree because I think twenty years ago, you could say that about Justin Texas or northern men Tara county or didn't county communities. I'm signed for the little man. Yeah, I know. But. You know, some of those little little communities have not done anything to help themselves. Greenville, Texas is one of those it's remained the same size even though it has a large employer. But the homes are coming out there, because that's where the land is more formidable. And roy. Same thing's happening in those northern tier county IRS, so or northeastern, so I don't I don't know that the good old boy, you know excuses. There you can't run with this for out. You know, like I said, twenty years ago, maybe mean they could see it coming. I guess I've been here for thirty five years in traffic, always been bumper to bumper to thirty-five to your point, though. Murphy, texas. I just did some business up in Murphy, Texas. And we'll tell you that they have risen that they're, they're, they're in the give they're playing good exception. They are really they've done a store you go from east. Plano to Murphy in then over to while, you know, while he is good too. Okay. While he's good. But there's a I mean like you're driving through there. I drove through it every day in. I mean Murphy they had it figured out. Well, they, they built a great city hall. They came in and I mean that was a a campus. Okay. Kind of like grand prayers and built a huge campus city hall. But, but this was countdown. Right. So now they're built this great city. And then they got a great high school and they raise the bar. I mean they don't have any forcible housing Murphy to say. I mean, there's sort of three hundred employees. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So you do win on that one. So often for the small guy. Well, I think, you know, about poor Sakano or walks ahead, t-, ROY city, cuddle, mills, remember years ago, and somebody told you, they lived in Melissa, then AllState or something you thought we're the hills. Man. That's I mean, now you go from Allen McKinney. You're there, you know, there's really no. You don't build there any desolate area before you get there. It's kind of like the early nineties driving. The south like I played at Alito played football there and probably the bumpiest road. We ever ovent wrote on was from thirty five down seventeen on farm road that time to lane in probably more on that road. Bill figure. And you drove you drove that direction today. And what are you lades pretty much roundabouts and everything that you need to get there? I think it's just a it's a problem that our local governments have in managing everything it's not just here in North Texas or Texas. I was reading something earlier this weekend regarding my home state of Mississippi. And a lot of the casinos are closing down will, I remember when they all came in twenty five years ago, the thought all this money's going to come in on the roads in the, the schools? There was a big thing. The schools are going to be improved. Education is going to go up, you know, so we can start expecting more out of our education system. They were happy it. No, they built a you know, some nice community centers of concert pavilion areas. You know, really nothing else they gambling didn't make it in Mississippi, it, it makes it only because MRs. Sippy charges. The casinos less than any other state to be there, and they, they take, they can get because they were so impoverished before. But I think it's just the bureaucracy of local municipalities. The camp. Just can't Mike at work. You know, I agree. But I but I think there's some exceptions, I think to your point that, you.

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"justin texas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"justin texas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fellow director of the equity initiative at the Mercatus center at George Mason University before we go to the calls to simply ask you is a delusional dream to bring manufacturing jobs back into the country. Or did the Foxconn situation merely go about it the wrong way? Well, I don't think. No. I don't think it's a delusion at all. In fact, there's some evidence that certain types of manufacturing are really resurging in the US, but it's a different kind. It's not gonna be the the blue blue collar manufacturing that dominated economy in the sixties and seventies. Instead, it's gonna be, you know, a more advanced manufacturing, the relies a lot on ro- robots and the types of jobs that are going to be you know, in demand for that are. Jobs for highly skilled highly educated workers. So really, I think the, you know, if you the real task here is to make sure that our education system is keeping up with you know, with that economy of the future, and the people are quick to to meet those demands. So a better investment of Wisconsin tax dollars might have been in the schools. Perhaps you know, that gets into another debate about, you know, the weather dollars exactly turn into education by targeted dollars. All right. Matthew in Justin, Texas joins us tonight on the Bohannon show with our guest, Matthew Mitchell. Good evening Matthew in. Hey, Jay Bill. Hi, matthew. How are you guys? We're well. So I guess my comment is your guest seems to be expressing economic intervention through government utility versus free market supply and demand like Larry cudlow talks about a lot. So it sounds like he he spouses just to let supply and demand run its course versus economic intervention. Okay. What what about the is this a pure Lasi fair argument here that that the government keeps hands off? Well, I do think there's definitely an element of a laissez faire. What I would say is, you know, go back to what basic economics says works, and you know, that there should be an active role for the government in providing genuine public goods because public goods are under provided by markets. There should be a active role for the government to ensure that contracts are upheld and promises are are maintained. And there's no fraud. There should be a role for the government to internalize extra analogies to make sure that either through property rights or through some other ski my cap, and trade that extra nowadays there aren't environmental extra analyses. But for all of those there's good economic theory to say that it works. But really in neither economics theory Norian economic evidence. Do we find much of the case for using public funds for private firms all right to John in Las Vegas? Good evening. John welcome to the Bohannon Joe. Oh, yes, sir. I wish we would bring our manufacturing back home. I love the Chinese. But our shoes were better made it home. That's an interesting point that the issue of quality control. But of course, if the Chinese were to make let's say the best possible there is I guess Matthew Mitchell, there's there's just a problem of wage differential here that the Chinese could make shoes out of of platinum virtually and and still make them cheaper than than we can make them. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the labor differential there is just so great. And in many ways, this is a good problem to have is American workers are high relative to Chinese workers are highly skilled and can command high salaries, and so, you know, it makes sense for firms to locate and other places where the the firm, the labor force isn't nearly as educated, and you know. Weekend specialize in other in production of other activities. Like, I said, you know, really the change from manufacturing base jobs where it's a blue collar job and wages are are nice. But they're not nearly as high as what you would get from manufacturing. Where people are a highly skilled workforce is programming. The machines that make the the do the manufacturing, you know. That's really going to be the future. There's a lot of debate about whether change, you know, creative destruction of capitalism is good or bad. I tend to I tend to side with those who say over the long run. It's it's quite good for consumers and for and for workers. But what you can't do is deny that it exists. You know, it is changes coming, and you can't just hope for an economy that was back forty forty years ago. That's never coming back to AJ in Humboldt County, California on the Bohannon show. Hello AJ. You're absolutely true part question. Okay. All right. You mentioned something about a subbing out manufacturing to places like China weapons guidance systems would have you coming back to haunt us. At some point. I thought that we part why didn't we do that under Bill Clinton's that we subbed out weapons guidance systems manufacturer? We were selling guidance information that would help put satellites in orbit. Ignoring the fact that the very same technology that puts satellites and accurate orbit makes ICBM's more accurate. We did do that. Yes. Okay. All right. The other thing is that based on that answer, which I thought was true. Suppose we make a deal with the Taiwanese. And then the time when he's taken over by the Chinese, and we're not in a position to do it because there's a nuclear stalemate, or what have you and they end up with all of our information from that exchange of information with the Taiwanese they're independent now. But. They are independent. They don't always have to be. Of course, I wasn't suggesting that it's ever a wise decision to sublet are sensitive technological information to anybody for any reason whatsoever. And this issue here as far as I know Matthew Mitchell, there was nothing to be manufactured at the proposed liquid crystals spe plant in Wisconsin. That would have been Bill sensitive, right? Yeah. I've never heard any claims that there is any militarily sensitive manufacturing going on there. More to come. Stay with us on the Bohannon show. One eight six six five zero jimbo's really big question. A lot of people have had this for a long time. And maybe we are through trial and error learning some answers back in a moment. They alarm here. All.

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"justin texas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"justin texas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In from Justin Texas. Hello, Matthew, JIMBO. How are you line? Thank you. I'm sorry. I didn't catch your guests. Name Ivan eland I've been, sir. How are you tonight as fight? Also, what's on your mind? Jimbo. I love the intro jazz music. Thank you. So I read today that the Venezuelan on spike on the Wall Street edging on the door. Oh being ousted. I was just wondering what your guests thoughts. Were that. What spiked today the Venezuelan bond? Oh, okay. I wasn't aware of that. But Ivan what about it? Markets re reacting with potential because this is of course, as I mentioned before this is probably these protests are more serious than the ones last year in their involving Hawaii portion of Venezuelan society. So I think. If he would be overthrown, I think certainly would help the the financial situation, or at least you're looking ahead. You would think it would you don't know how how the new any new regime would be organized their instability. But it can't it can't go anywhere, but up right because the current mismanagement is catastrophic and so anything that looks like they're going to get rid of the guy would trigger a uptick in. You know, any investment that have any investment that has to do with Dan as Waylon? All right. Let's talk to Mark in the north Idaho on the Bohannon show. Good evening, Mark. Right. Jim. How're you doing fine? Thank you. Well, first thing I want to mention is in Venezuelan, particularly socialism for the last almost two centuries. A group elites end up having all the well. And the middle class says up suffering, so it's a detailed experiment. Then. I don't know why nations keep on wanting to do that. And then suggestion that Trump actually might said not force in there. The me is simply absurd. That's not gonna happen. And what you're gonna say that he suggested I think would be would be strong. He noted. Simply as an option. I've never heard him quote suggests that we are quote going to do that. And again, like most statements from our president you have to kind of couch it in quick glaciation marks and question marks in that regard. But I think the Mark waves a very interesting question the appeal. Anytime you have people who don't have as much as they want. Marxists are not afraid to promise the moon. Yeah. Sometimes it works in societies particularly in Latin America in places where you have a lot of crony capitalism where there's a lot of corruption like, the president's brother owns all the car dealerships, and you know, entrepreneurs and just business people can't get a get a wedge into the market because it's all crony Carney's of the the political leadership in there. Of course, that's not really free market capitalism. That's are crony capitalism or sometimes sort of a fascist type of system. Well, of course, that's very appealing because and picks up a lot of peasant support, and you know, people out in the countryside because they look at the elites as skimming off the top of the regime in a corrupt manner. And so the communists insertion list. You know, prey on the masses by saying, well, you know, we're going to redistribute all that wealth instead of saying, well, we're going to free up the market. So we could get more competition and take those car dealerships, you know, allow the car market to be a lot of people get into it. They say, well, we're gonna expropriate those assets and distribute 'em people, they probably and that. Yeah. And it's appealing to people who don't have anything near Seattle. The corruption of the of these types of places and people who don't have anything, including in many cases, much of an education. So it's hard for them to write critically critically examined this back with more in just a moment. It may not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain or diarrhea.

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"justin texas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:10 min | 3 years ago

"justin texas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"For the Washington Times of the American spectator. Former deputy undersecretary of defense has come up with some pretty amazing conclusions from evidence that is has been out there for the most part. What is the part that the crystallize all of this for you? As we go back some calls here. Jed again, we all had an overview kind of an outline of this. But not as bad as as you now point out that it has actually become now that we know the the facts that evidence. So where did the the final pieces fall of the plates, the memo's we're talking about the Nunez memo January twenty seventeen really put together what happened with the foreign intelligence surveillance act abuses of power of the FBI in that case those cases and saying December twenty eight twenty eighteen letter from. Chairman Goodlatte and chairman dowdy to Mitch McConnell, and I think it's very general of Matthew Whitaker and the DOD sorry there I go again the OJ inspector general by our wits. Those things that really brought all these things to focus and really have concentrated our knowledge. But people don't seem to your concerned about them. And quite frankly, the Goodlatte gowdy letter as been ignored entirely. I think I'm pretty much the only person who's written about hold on. Let's talk to Charlie Yukos in from Charleston, West Virginia. Hello, charlie. Good evening, gentlemen. Good evening. I'm curious. Your thoughts on why the Republicans when they were fully in charge of congress did not practice completely threw and have the Trump administration just investigate this. And then prosecute people from that side. Although, of course, the Trump administration could have done that on their own. But but go ahead jet. It's a very good question. Well, it's a very good question. And the answer really comes down to President Trump's personal actions. One of the things that everyone. Well, not everyone. But a lot of people in the conservative media, myself, included, Mr. newness and masters. Gabby and good lot all been asking the president to declassify the documents that the FBI has hidden and give them to congress and Trump has refused to do that. So it really comes down to. If the president wanted to get this information out he could have, but he just didn't want to for some reason another we have heard that some of our allies so called allies have convinced him by call from prime ministers and heads of intelligence agencies to not be classified information, primarily from Great Britain. We know for example, that the G C H Q the. Well, the British equivalent of our national security agency, there signals intelligence people, and Sir Richard Gere. Love was for time at the time. The head of M I sixties spy agency that supposedly JAMES BOND, boss. They were participating in helping formulate the Steele dossier. So they probably have a lot to hide themselves. And the real issue is why didn't the president declassify this stuff. Lord. Only knows. Yeah. Lord, only knows Adid. All right next up Joe in reading Pennsylvania on the Jim Bohannon show. Hi, joe. Good evening, gentlemen. Nice to speak with you. Thank you. Democracy really is a difficult times right now called I would actually say bizarre times. But. Need shallows from what I've seen in here and watch. But he made the comment about the FBI investigating Trump and just to show this on the table. We wanna make showed up opening up a can of worms here. You use a strong statement day. Would you said? Could they possibly could be investigating the president for being an agent of Russia? I don't need a comment on it. But it. We may want to just look at that. And listen to it a little closer. Well, I. Offer offer your your your rationale for the word that you used. I guess were you suggesting that the FBI had found actual evidence or the somebody was distorting things from a a a political prison if you will. Well, I know Joe is going to pick up on that. But I'm just going off the New York Times story that just came out in the past couple of hours, and what they're saying is that in the days after Trump fired FBI director Comey FBI was investigating Trump as to whether or not he was working on behalf of Russia against American interests. Now that is something that I don't know where they came up with it. I don't know where it went. I mean, obviously if that was the case and evidence had been produced to the affect of back. I would've really blown up the effect of election. Mr. Trump would have already been impeach. If there wasn't fact such such information out there that is to say legitimate information. Why would anyone have needed to use that Steele dossier? L exactly. And why would anyone have anything else to worry about if they're investigating Trump which apparently they were and they were coming up with this basis? Or what was the basis for? We don't know. Well, it could have been. I mean, there are all sorts of things in there. They're none of that been verified. But the basic point is there probably was something else. We don't know what it is. Again, the cover up has been so successful. Jim. We will probably never know especially since Mr. Trump declined to declassify this stuff. Do Matthew in Justin Texas on the Bohannon show with jed babba. Hello, Matthew, h hey, Bill. How are you guys? All right. Yeah. So what about Lisa page and Peter Peter Struck? Yes, sir. Thank you. What were they fit into this? Well, they fit into it in very very detailed way. If you look at what the newness memo says the information that we've received afterwards. And if you look at what the galley Goodlatte letter says we know that number one now struck was at the center of the FBI investigation of the Trump campaign, and he probably either signed or co-signed some of the affidavit the false affidavits bicy- court supporting that we also know that he was so totally biased against Mr. Trump was not the right person to be doing any of that number two. We know that conducted himself along with why guests another agent conducted the interview Hillary Clinton. Which was never recorded or transcribed, and which was allowed to contain some people in the interview, for example, Cheryl bills who was a material witness and appeared is Clinton's Moyer. That is something that is against FBI protocols against the rules of ethics against so many things. But but struck was essential figuring all of this. So the fact is he's been fired from the FBI. It took a long time to do. It should've been done a long time Komi aspired McCabe is fired struck his fired Lisa page. I don't know if she was fired or retired. But there are probably a few other people still in the FBI who participated in this. I don't know who they are one eight six six five O, JIMBO back in a moment..

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"justin texas" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

08:04 min | 3 years ago

"justin texas" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"The Washington Times of the American spectator. Former deputy undersecretary of defense has come up with some pretty amazing conclusions from evidence that is has been out there for the most part. What is the the part that the crystallized all of this for you? As we go back to some calls here. Jed again, we all had an overview kind of an outline of this. But but not as bad as as you now point out that it has actually become now that we know the the facts that evidence. So where did the the final pieces fall into place? Well, I think the the two memos. We're talking about I the newness memo January twenty seventeen really put together what happened with the foreign intelligence surveillance act. The abuses of power of the FBI in that case those cases in the December twenty eight twenty eighteen letter from chairman Goodlatte and chairman gowdy to Mitch McConnell, and I think attorney general of Matthew Whitaker and the DOD sorry there I go again DOJ inspector general by our wits. Those are the things that really brought all these things to focus and really have concentrated our knowledge. But you know, people don't seem to your concern about them. And quite frankly, they good lot gowdy letter has been ignored entirely. I think I'm pretty much the only person who's written about an old dog on media. Let's talk to Charlie Yukos it from Charleston, West Virginia. Hello, charlie. Good evening, gentlemen. Good evening. Somewhat curious your thoughts on why the Republicans win neighbor fully in charge of congress did not press. This completely threw and have the Trump administration just investigate this. And then prosecute people from that side. Although, of course, the Trump administration could have done that on their own. But but go ahead jet. It's a very good question. Well, it's a very good question. And the answer really comes down to President Trump's personal actions. One of the things that everyone. Well, not everyone. But a lot of people in the conservative media, myself included and built the Mr. newness and masters gowdy and good lot. They all been asking the president to declassify the documents that the FBI has hidden and give them to congress and Trump has refused to do that. So it really comes down to if. The president wanted to get this information out he could have, but he just didn't want to for some reason another we have heard that some of our allies so called allies convinced him by calls from prime ministers and heads of intelligence agencies to not be classified information, primarily from Great Britain. We know for example that the q the. While the British in quivalent of our national security agency, there signals intelligence people, and Sir Richard Gere. Love was four times at the time. The head of m I six these spy agency that supposedly JAMES BOND boss, they were fighting in helping formulate the Steele dossier. So they probably have a lot to hide themselves. And the real issue is why didn't the president E-Class by this stuff. Lord. Only knows. Yeah. Lord, only knows a deed. All right next up Joe in reading Pennsylvania on the Jim Bohannon show. Hi, joe. Good evening, gentlemen. Nice to speak with you. Thank you. Our democracy really is a difficult times right now. Difficult. I would actually say bizarre times. But. Things have compete need this shallows one. I've seen in here and watch. But he made the comment about the FBI investigating. Trump just told us on the table. We want to make sure that opening up a can of worms here. You use a strong statement day. Would you said? They possibly could be investigating the president for being an agent of Russia. I don't comment on it. But it. We may want to just look at that. And listen to it a little closer. Well, I'm not offer offer your your your rationale for the words that you used I guess were you suggesting that the FBI had found actual evidence or that somebody was distorting things from a a a political prism. If you will. Well, I know Joe is going to pick up on that. But I'm just going off your time story that just came out in the past couple of hours, and what they're saying is that in the days after Trump fired FBI director Comey FBI was investigating Trump as to whether or not he was working on behalf of Russia against American interests. Now that is something that I don't know where they came up with it. I don't know where it went. I mean, obviously, if that was the case and evidence had been produced to the effect of that, I would've really blown up the effect of the election, and Mr. Trump would have already been impeach. If there wasn't fact such such information out there that is to say legitimate information. Why would anyone have needed to use that Steele dossier? Well, exactly, and why would anyone have anything else to worry about if they're investigating Trump which apparently they were and they were coming up with this basis. For what was the basis for? We don't know. Well, it could have been. I mean, there's all sorts of things in there. They're none of that been verified. But the basic point is there probably was something else. We don't know what it is. Again, the cover has been so successful. Jim. We will probably never know especially since Mr. Trump has declined to declassify this stuff to Matthew in Justin, Texas on the Bohannon show with jed Babb. Hello, matthew. Hey, hey, Bill. How are you guys? All right. Yeah. So what about Lisa page and Peter Struck with Peter Struck? Yes, sir. Thank you. What were they out? They fit into this. Well, they fit into it in very very detailed way. If you look at what the newness memo says the information that we've received afterwards. And if you look at what the gowdy Goodlatte letter says we know that number one struck was at the center of the FBI investigation of the Trump campaign, and he probably either signed or co-signed some of the app Davis, the false affidavits to the vice accord supporting that we also know that he was in. So totally biased against Mr. Trump was not the right person to be doing any of that. Number two. We know that conducted he himself. How long do I guess another agent conducted the interview of Hillary Clinton? Which was never recorded or transcribed, and which was allowed to contain some people in the interview, for example, Cheryl bills who wasn't material witness and appeared as Clinton's lawyer that is something that is against FBI protocols against the rules of ethics against so many things but Trump but struck was a central figure in all of this. So the fact is he's been fired from the FBI. It took a long time to do. It should have been done a long time Komi aspired. Mccabe is fired. Struck is fired Lisa page. I dunno cues fired or retired. But they're probably a few other people still in the FBI who participated this..

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"justin texas" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

06:31 min | 3 years ago

"justin texas" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Somewhat curious. Your thoughts on why the Republicans twin neighbor fully in charge of congress did not press completely threw and have the Trump administration just investigate this. And then prosecute people from that side. Although, of course, the Trump administration could have done that on their own. But but go ahead jet. It's a very good question. Well, it's a very good question. And the answer really comes down to President Trump's personal actions. One of the things that everyone. Well, not everyone, but a lot of people in the conservative media, myself included, and both Mr. newness and measures gowdy and good lot. They all been asking the president to declassify the documents that the FBI has hidden and give them to congress and Trump has refused to do that. So it really comes down to if. The president wanted to get this information out he could have but he just didn't want to for some reason or another. We have heard that some of our allies so called allies convinced him by call from prime ministers and heads of intelligence agencies to not be classified information, primarily from Great Britain. We know for example, that the GPA Q the. While the British in quivalent of our national security agency, there signals intelligence people and Richard Gere. Love was for a time at the time. The head of m I six these spy agency that supposedly JAMES BOND, boss. They were participating in helping formulate the Steele dossier. So they probably have a lot to hide themselves. And the real issue is why didn't the president declassify this stuff. Lord. Only knows. Yeah. Lord only knows. Indeed. All right next up Joe in reading Pennsylvania on the Jim Bohannon show. I Joe good evening, gentlemen. Nice to speak with you. Thank you. David democracy, really is an calls times right now. Difficult. I would actually say bizarre times. But. Things have compete need to shallows one. I've seen in here and watch. But he made the comment about the FBI investigating Trump just to throw this on the table. We wanna make sure opening up a can of worms here. You use a strong statement day. Would you said? They possibly could be investigating the president for being an agent of Russia. I don't comment on it. But it. We may want to just look at that. And listen to it a little closer. Well, I'm not offer offer your your your rationale for the words that you used I guess were you suggesting that the FBI had found actual evidence or that somebody was distorting things from a a a political prism. If you will. Well, I know Joe is going to pick up on that. But I'm just going off New York Times story that just came out in the past couple of hours, and what they're saying is that in the days after Trump fired FBI director Comey, the FBI was investigating Trump as to whether or not it was working on behalf of Russia against American interests. Now that is something that I don't know where they came up with it. I don't know where it went. I mean, obviously, if that was the case and evidence had been produced to the effect of that, I would've really blown up the effect of the election, and Mr. Trump would have already been impeach. If there wasn't fact such such information out there that is to say legitimate information. Why would anyone have needed to use that Steele dossier? Well, exactly, and why would anyone have anything else to worry about if they're investigating Trump which apparently they were and they were coming up with this basis. For what was the basis for? We don't know. Hi this. Well, it could have been. I mean, there are all sorts of things in there. They're none of the been verified. But basic point is there probably was something else. We don't know what it is. Again, the cover up has been so successful. Jim. We will probably never know especially since Mr. Trump has declined to declassify this stuff to Matthew in Justin, Texas on the Bohannon show with jed and Hello, Matthew. Hey, hey, Jim, Bo. How are you guys? All right. Yeah. So what about Lisa page and Peter Struck with Peter Struck? Yes, sir. Thank you. What were they out of they fit into this? Well, they fit into it in very very detailed way. If you look at what the newness memo says the information that we've received afterwards. And if you look at what the gowdy Goodlatte letter says we know that number one struck was at the center of the FBI investigation of. The Trump campaign, and he probably either signed or co-signed some of the affidavits the false affidavits to the Pfizer court. Supporting that we also know that he was in. So totally biased against Mr. Trump. He was not the right person doing any of that number two. We know that he conducted himself along with why guests another agent conducted the interview of Hillary Clinton. Which was never recorded or transcribe, and which was allowed to contain some people in the interview, for example, Cheryl, mills wasn't material witness and appeared as Clinton's Moyer that is something that is against FBI protocols against the rules of ethics against so many things. But but struck was a central figure in all of this. So the fact is he's been fired from the FBI. It took a long time to do. It should have been done a long time. Komi inspired McCabe is fired. Struck is fired Lisa page. I don't know if she was fired or retired. But there are probably a few other people still in the FBI who participated in this..

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"One eight six six five five four six two six Jedwabne columnist for the Washington Times of the American spectator. Former deputy undersecretary of defense has come up with some pretty amazing conclusions from evidence that is has been out there for the most part. What is the the part that the crystallized all of this for you? As we go back some calls here. Jed again, we all had an overview kind of an outline of this. But but not as bad as as you point out that it has actually become now that we know the the facts that evidence. So where did the the final pizzas fall of plates? I think the the two memos. We're talking about firstly Nunez memo January twenty seventeen really put together what happened with the foreign intelligence surveillance act. The abuses of power of the FBI in that case those cases and second December twenty eight twenty eighteen letter from. Chairman Goodlatte and chairman gallery to Mitch McConnell and acting attorney general Matt Whitaker and the DOD sorry there I go again, the OJ inspector general, Mike Harwich. Those are the things that really brought all these things to focus and really have concentrated our knowledge. But you know, people don't seem very concerned about them. And quite frankly, the Goodlatte gowdy letter has been ignored entirely. I think I'm pretty much the only person who's written about media. Let's talk to Charlie calls in from Charleston, West Virginia. Hello, charlie. Evening, gentlemen. Good evening. Somewhat curious your thoughts on why the Republicans when they were fully in charge of congress is not pressed to completely threw and have the Trump administration just investigate this, and then prosecute people from that side. Although, of course, the Trump administration could have done that on their own. But but go ahead jet. It's a very good question. Well, it's a very good question. And the answer really comes down to President Trump's personal actions. One of the things that everyone. Well, not everyone, but a lot of people in the conservative media, myself included, and both Mr. newness and measures gowdy and good lot. They've all been asking the president to declassify the documents that the FBI has hidden and give them to congress and Trump has refused to do that. So it really comes down to if. The president wanted to get this information out he could have but he just didn't want to for some reason or another. We have heard that some of our allies so called allies convinced him by calls from prime ministers and heads of intelligence agencies to not be classified information, primarily from Great Britain. We know for example, that the G C H Q the. Well, the British in quivalent of our national security agency, there signals intelligence people, and Sir Richard dear love was for time at the time. The head of M. I six these spy agency that supposedly JAMES BOND gloss. They were participating in helping formulate the Steele dossier. So they probably have a lot to find themselves. And the real issue is why didn't the president declassify this stuff. Lord. Only knows. Yeah. Lord, only knows a deed. All right next up Joe in reading Pennsylvania on the Jim Bohannon show. Hi, joe. Good evening, gentlemen. Nice to speak with you. Thank you. Our democracy really is a difficult times right now. Difficult. I would actually say bizarre times. But. Completely shallow from what I've seen in here and watch. But the made the comment about the FBI investigating Trump and just to throw this on the table. We wanted to make sure opening up a can of worms here you use a strong statement day. Would you said? Could they possibly could be investigating? The president for being an agent of Russia. I don't need a comment on it. But it. We may want to look at that. And listen to it a little closer. Well, I. Offer offer your your your rationale for the words that you used I guess were you suggesting that the FBI had found actual evidence or that somebody was distorting things from a a a political prison if you will. Joe is pick up on that. But I'm just going off New York Times story that just came out in the past couple of hours, and what they're saying is that in the days after Trump fired FBI director Comey FBI was investigating Trump as to whether or not he was working on behalf of Russia against American interests. Now that is something that I don't know where they came up with it. I don't know where it went. I mean, obviously, if that was the case and evidence had been produced to the effect of that, I would have really blown up the effect of the election, and Mr. Trump would have already been impeach. If there wasn't fact such such information out there that is to say legitimate information. Why would anyone have needed to use that Steele dossier? Well, exactly, and why would anyone have anything else to worry about if they're investigating Trump which apparently they were and they were coming up with this basis. Or what was the basis for? We don't know either. Hi this deal. Well, it could have been. I mean, there are all sorts of things in there there. None of that been verified. But the basic point is there probably was something else. We don't know what it is against the cover up has been so successful. Jim. We will probably never know especially since Mr. Trump has declined to declassify this stuff to Matthew in Justin, Texas on the Bohannon show with jed Babb. Hello, Matthew aged? Hey, bill. How are you guys? All right. Yeah. So what about Lisa page and Peter Struck with Peter Struck? Yes, sir. Thank you. What were they out of they fit into this? Well, they fit into it in very very detailed way. If you look at what the newness mellow says the information that we've received afterwards. And if you look at what the galley Goodlatte letter says we know that number one struck was at the center of the FBI investigation of the Trump campaign, and he probably either signed or cosign some of the affidavits the false affidavits to the Pfizer court. Supporting that we also know that he was in. So totally biased against Mr. Trump was not the right person to be doing any of that number two. We know that he conducted himself. Along with why guests another agent conducted the interview of Hillary Clinton? Which was never recorded or transcribe, and which was allowed to contain some people in the interview, for example, Cheryl, mills wasn't material witness and appeared as Clinton's Moyer. That is something that is against FBI protocols against the rules of ethics against so many things. But tr but struck was a central figure in all of this. So the fact is he's been fired from the FBI. It took a long time to do. It should have been done a long time. Komi inspired mccabe's fired. Struck is fired Lisa page. I don't know if he was fired or retired. But there are probably a few other people still in the FBI who participated as I don't know who they are one eight six six five zero JIMBO back in a moment..

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