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U.S. intelligence agencies say Iran, Russia have tried to interfere in 2020 election

KYW 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

U.S. intelligence agencies say Iran, Russia have tried to interfere in 2020 election

"Foreign interference in our elections is the top story at 5 31, U. S intelligence agency says or say Iran and Russia have tried to interfere in the 2020 election. CBS's Katherine Harris report said Iran allegedly used stolen voter registration data to target Democratic voters in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Florida. The voter intimidation operation relied on emails obtained from state voter registration lists that include party affiliation and home addresses. In a rare news conference, the nation's intelligence chief said. Both Russia and Iran have obtained the data but singled out Iran for taking the next step and using it in recent days, which had threatened voters. The messages to Democrats in Florida and other states falsely claimed to be from a far right group, the proud boys Federal officials said the compromise was meant to intimidate and undermine voter confidence in the Democratic

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Fresh update on "katherine harris" discussed on Houston's Morning News

Houston's Morning News

00:59 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "katherine harris" discussed on Houston's Morning News

"Is 6 18. Now here on Houston's Morning news. I don't know about you. Obviously we're going to be following election night pretty closely will have election coverage during th pregame at seven. Actually all beyond. From 7 to 3 game. We call a pregame kind of free game from heaven. We've been gamed for the last What? Four years? What? Leland Conway, who fills them for me every night again. He's going to do from 9 to 11. Here's Here's the question. Will we? Will we have any clue? By the time a lot of the clock rolls around who has won the election. Will we be able to look at the results with any sort of confident? Pence? How many people voted show up to vote in person? Now. So far, all we've got is this early vote in a lot of mail in ballots, But what about all the country? What about all those mail in ballots? Joining us to talk about all this is Adam Goodman, Fox news contributor. I don't know how confidence any of us are in the election results we're going to see on election night versus what we may see a day or two later. What do you thinking at him? We're going to see results, but we're not going to see the full results in a lot of places. You know, we're talking about a record vote nationally there their numbers they're tossing around, you know. 150 160 million boats and a lot of the late male vote. Um is going to come in does that late and a lot of elections supervisors around the country? Are handicapped by one thing volume and they don't have the machinery Tennessee the machinery to quick count, So here's what's gonna happen Election that you start to get results. And people feel well. It's election night, so give us the bottom line is no. Where is it? Who's goingto? Who's winning? Who's gonna win? We're not going to get if it's a close election, not getting that on election night. We're not getting that the next morning. It may be another couple of days a week. And then, of course, you had a wonderful thing called Election challenges, and there will be a record number of election lawyers that have already been recruited, hired and already from both sides. They're ready to jump on any irregularity in process counting, etcetera, which means the show in a way. I hate to tell you this pregame or not, This show is just going to begin on Election night. And how many of these cases her down ballot? Are they all just strictly about what's going on in terms of Trump and Biden? Well, because the regularities that will be brought into play, which is by the way. Isn't happy, purposeful. It's just gonna happen because it is sheer volume. It's going to affect every race from the presidential race on down and so final results across the board other than local, Actually, even local results are going to be impacted by this, and so we're gonna have to get over the idea that election night is just that it could be election week. And God forbid it could be election month or more. You don't have to wonder a little bit, Adam. Because networks have been so used to calling these things relatively early. I'm sure the temptation will be there to call them even if they're a little bit unsure. Do you think will resist the temptation? I remember in 2000. I was in Tallahassee, Florida, working with Secretary of State Katherine Harris, who was right in the middle of the Florida recount. I remember coming in the next morning with what I thought would be a one day gig turned out to be 37. I sat down with all the major media peoples and she was like the pinnacle of everything. And I said, Look, you guys got it wrong last night. Not once. Not twice, many u three times. The last thing you you could do is get it wrong. The fourth and if you do What you're doing is you're destroying confidence in democracy, So I think the networks and others are going to be very careful about drawing bottom lines on election night. They're going to try to suggest trends. But I don't think we're going to have a winner declared a ll that. Well, let me ask you this. What happens? I mean, Congress is supposed to reconvene What January 3rd? What if we don't have results on our congressional races by then? Well, you know, we back in 2000. We got that verdict and it was December 12. We're hopeful. We're not going to come up against a deadline. Of course, that's one deadline. The other one is noon on January 20th when someone is being sworn in for four year term for president that That pressure will be in play and remember in 2000. It was only one state. It was the state of Florida, which was decided by 537 votes. Imagine it's four states. Six states, eight states with court cases coming from those states always we're going to the Supreme Court of the United States, which will have at that point, of course, a brand new ninth Justice. Well, a lot of that battle in 2000. I was certainly covering it here in Houston, Texas, and we certainly know that it was a bunch of lawyers out of Houston, Texas, who helps solve that Florida issue. Sure I can tell you you were talking pre game. There was a lot of post game in that election continues to this day. Yeah, we might have some boats came here to write and thank you Appreciate it. Adam Goodman, Fox News contributor here on news radio. 7 40 K t r. H time for traffic.

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Inside the model shop behind bin Laden raid

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:40 min | Last month

Inside the model shop behind bin Laden raid

"Years since the night 11 attack, CBS News reveals the untold story of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. CBS News, senior investigative correspondent Katherine Harris got exclusive access to one of the CIA secret elements in planning the raid. The United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden months before the successful raid by Seal Team six endless zeroed in on this mysterious compound in Pakistan. I think it's screamed. You know, something is different. Vice Admiral Robert Sharp leads the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency that makes maps and models incredibly valuable for an execution of operation of this complexity and importance? This is a rare look inside the secret Spy agency workshop. We're a team of four model makers crafted this replica of Osama bin Laden is hide out one inch for every 7 ft. Now for the first time, one of them is speaking out. He asked us to shield his identity. Does your family know what you do? They know that I build models, but they don't know what I'd build models off. It's a three step process. First they met the boundaries, then create a computer design before printing three d parts. Bin Laden model took six weeks to build. Intel flowed from eyes in the sky and spies on the ground. This calm down, stuck out for several reasons, about eight

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Trump changes position on wearing face masks

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Trump changes position on wearing face masks

"With the Corona virus raging and states from Florida to California President Trump seems to be changing his position on wearing a mask. In an exclusive interview, CBS's senior investigative reporter Katherine Harris asked Mr Trump that there should be a federal mandate on masks. They can have their own guidelines, but they go by the CDC guidelines. And right now, that's saying we're a mask and that's okay with me. That's good. Would you urge Americans to wear a mask? If it's necessary. I would urge him to wear a mask and I would say follow the

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Washington DC Judge Asks for Full Appeal Review of Flynn Dismissal

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Washington DC Judge Asks for Full Appeal Review of Flynn Dismissal

"Judge who oversaw the criminal case of President Trump's former national security adviser today requested a full appeals court review after a three judge panel ordered him to dismiss it. Last month, the three judge panel ordered U. S District Judge Emmet Sullivan to dismiss the case against Michael Flynn following the Justice Department's extraordinary decision to drop the prosecution. Panel ruled that the Justice Department's decision to abandon the case against Flynn settled the matter. Even though Flynn had admitted to lying to the FBI during the Mueller investigation. This is such a highly unusual situation. They pointed to the fact that you have a federal judge who was asking for relief. From an order of a higher court in a case in which he is not a party, which means that's usually done an appeal by the prosecution or the defense. It's not done by a federal judge that was CBS senior investigative correspondent Katherine Harris. If he appeals court agrees the DC circuits 11 full time judges would hear arguments.

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Nevada job applicants can skip marijuana testing

The Takeaway

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Nevada job applicants can skip marijuana testing

"Earlier this month. And devante became the first state to protect job applicants most than at least from being denied a job if they test positive for marijuana marijuana's legal for recreational use in eleven states across the country, but activists have been calling for more protections for people who legally use it rod on the line to talk through, what this law means Nevada and beyond is Katherine Harris, she's gla sell fellow in drug policy at the Baker institute at Rice University. Welcome to take away Catherine. Thank you for having me. What motivated this law, Nevada? Well, I think the laws motivated by the fact that the state two years ago, legalized adult used marijuana, and I think increasingly there has been a recognition that there is conflict between laws that legalize marijuana use on the one hand and then still. Allow for employers to discriminate against employees for the use of what is now considered a legal drug. So I think in Nevada that conflict is recognized in that village relation wasn't attempt to address that conflict. So what's the argument for preventing employers from denying employment to Java applicants do test positive? Well, the main argument now is that it's a it's a legal substance. And so people in states, where it's legal people are allowed to use it in the same way that people are allowed to consume alcohol when they're not on the job with alcohol. If someone shows up to work drunk can be fairly easy to detect their impairment, right away. You don't necessarily need a test with marijuana. Sometimes it's difficult which is why employer typically rely on drug tests, but those tests don't actually test for impairment tests for use in general. And so they're not really good measure, whether someone's impaired on the job. And so the argument is that those shouldn't be used, especially in states where that uses considered legal. Some job categories are left out of this law. What are those categories and wire implores allowed to still test allocating those feels? Yes, so the fields that are left out our firefighters EMT's and other jobs that revolve around public safety. And so there's some discussion left in the law for employers to interpret what that means for them in whether particular jobs that they have involve a public safety risks other things that can be included, our jobs related to transportation because those jobs can still be required under federal law to have joke free workplace. I mean things like truck drivers bus drivers other large transportation jobs are there, certain categories of workers. Whom drug testing impacts the most. Yes. So I mean, certainly. The ones the people that are most impacted are going to be jobs in, like in warehouses, or transportation jobs where employers can argue that there's an immediate public safety concern. They're concerned about their liability, for example, if they have a guy on a operating crane, or forklifts, you know, they are concerned about impairment, in cases like that because they're concerned about workplace injuries so jobs in those fields are going are tend to be the most impacted already by drug testing. An in general, I think you do see a difference between what we would typically consider quote unquote, blue collar jobs, being more likely to be tested, then Johnson more professional

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"katherine harris" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Didn't ask for that was no deal. This was an option. I guess I don't know if I want to be very specific afoot to my way of thinking it was an option that I decided not to do. So we didn't we really didn't have Disney excuse me. Excuse me. This was an option. Four. Here's very simple. We had. Physicians possibly do a deal to build a building of sub guys boss Cal, I decided not to do it. The primaries could have been other reasons, but the primaries was very simple. I was focused on running for president. There would be nothing wrong. If I did I was running my business while I was campaigning. There was a good chance that I wouldn't have one in which case I would have gotten back into the business. And why should I lose lots of opportunities? So is this story. Go back and look at the paper that Michael Cohen road before he testified in the house and Senate talked about his position what he's trying to do because he's a week. I am not a very smart. I said what he's trying to do is. It's very simple. He's got himself a big prison, and he's trying to get a much lesser prison sentence. By making up a story. Now, here's the thing. Even if he was right? It doesn't matter because I was allowed to do whatever. I wanna do the campaign. I was running my business a lot of different things during the campaign. So very simply Michael account has lying. And he's tried to get a reduced sentence. But things that have nothing to do with me. Now, let me go a step further. I think you should go back to I think it was January. It was just reported very well by Katherine Harris, you sit terrifically footer on FOX. She talks about a letter that he signed her neighbor. Remember it specifically talks about this deal? This was a very public deal. Everybody knows about this deal. I was designed to hide anything..

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"katherine harris" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Lawyer Michael Cohen has pleaded guilty to lying to congress over the Russia investigation. He says the talks with Russia over the building of a Trump Tower in Moscow. Continued longer than he told congress. They did president was asked about that this morning. Here's what he said. So he's lying very simply to get a reduced sentence. Okay. It doesn't mean I'm not allowed to do business. I was doing a lot of different things when I was running after I won. Obviously don't do business one from January twentieth. But more importantly, which is following year. I ran a business. In fact, I often joke about the fact that I was the only person that campaign and simultaneously ran a business that was that was a project that we didn't do I didn't do that was a project that wasn't done for a lot of reasons. One is that I was really not that I had to do it. But I was focused certain running for president. I wanted that to be my primary focus not running or building a building. Well, this was a deal that didn't offer that was no deal. This was an option. I guess I don't know if I want to be very specific. So to my way of thinking it was an option that I decided not to do. So we didn't. We really didn't have excuse me. Excuse me. This was an option. Four. But here's very simple. We had. Physician possibly do deal to build a building of sub guys in Moscow. I decided not to do it the primaries other reasons, but the primary reason is very simple. I was focused on running for president. There would be nothing wrong. If I did I was running my business while I was campaigning. That was a good chance that I wouldn't have one in which case I would have gotten back into the business. And why should I lose lots of opportunities? So here's the story. Go back and look at the paper that Michael Kohn wrote before he testified in the house and Senate. It talked about his position what he's trying to do. Because I am not a very smart versus what is trying to do is. And it's very simple. He's got himself. A big prison says he's trying to get a much lesser prison sentence by making up the story. Now, here's the thing. Even if he was right? It doesn't matter because I was allowed to do whatever. I wanted the campaign. I was running my business a lot of different things during the campaign. So very simply Michael Kohn has lying and he tried to get a reduced sentence. But things that have nothing to do with me. Let let me go a step further. I think you should go back to I think it was January. It was just reported very well by Katherine Harris, terrifically Florida on FOX she talks about a letter that he signed her neighbor. Remember it specifically talks about this deal? This deal was a very public deal. Everybody knows about this deal. I wasn't trying to hide anything. Okay. Helicopter noise. The helicopter is background. Thank.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Interesting. We've for the sound to come back up because he's still talking. Now. He's taking some questions when were the president isn't duck anything, right? So yeah, we're looking to get that. Becker know, what happened to the audio? But we'll also have author. I in about five minutes to talk about this. Okay. Let's listen again. One obviously business one from January twentieth. More importantly, which is the following year. I ran a business. In fact, I often joke about the fact that I was the only person that campaign and simultaneously ran a business. That was that was a project that we didn't do I didn't do that was a project that wasn't done for lotteries in reasons. One is that I was really not said I had to do it. But I was focused on running for president. I wanted that to be my primary focus not running or building a building. This was Dale that didn't ask for that was no deal. This was an option. I guess I don't know if I I want to be very specific. So my way of thinking it was an option that I decided not to do. So we didn't we really didn't have physics. Excuse me. Excuse me. This was an option. Here's very simple. We had. Physician to possibly do a deal to build a building. I decided not to do it. The primaries that could have been other reasons, but the primaries that it was very simple. I was focused on running for president. There would be nothing wrong. If I did I was running my business while I was campaigning. There was a good chance that I wouldn't have one in which case I would have gone back into the business. And why should I lose lots of opportunity? So this story. Go back and look at the paper that Michael Cohen road before he testified in the house and Senate about his position what he's trying to do. Because I am not a very smart. I said what is trying to do is. Very simple. He's got himself a big prison sentence. He tried to get a much lesser, for instance, by making up the story. Now, here's the thing. Even if he was right? It doesn't matter because I was allowed to do whatever I want to join the campaign. I was running my business a lot of different things during the campaign. So very simply Michael Kohn has lying, and he's tried to get a reduced sentence for things that have nothing to do with me. Let let me go a step further. I think you should go back to I think it was January. It was just reported very well by Katherine Harris, terrifically footer on FOX. She talks about a letter that he signed remember it specifically talks about this deal. This was a very public deal. Everybody knows about this deal. I wasn't trying to hide anything. Okay. I cannot understand. We're going gonna talk about it. So we have a lot of things. I think we're very close to doing something with China. I don't know that I wanna do it by China and something with the Palestinians.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on WTVN

"Welcome to the program. Lead. You've tuned in today. Katherine Harris is going to be on with us. I don't think I've talked to Katherine Harris in at least a decade in probably approaching two. She was the. What was she secretary of state in Florida? She oversaw the recount in Florida in two thousand one and two thousand mostly at two thousand and I met her for the first time because of the recount at the first speech I ever had to give as a talk show host. And I never really been on stage before to talk and give a speech. I'd never done that and Jeb Bush was the governor. She was the secretary state, and I had I think open for those two, and I think I had to give maybe twenty minutes and five hundred people there, maybe it was the Lincoln dinner speech. This is like six or eight months before September eleventh and. And I met the limo driver a few years ago. He says, you don't remember me, do you? And I said, I'm sorry. I don't he said, I drove you to the first speech you ever gave. And he said I had to drive you from Tampa till I don't remember where it was. And he said I thought I was going to have to stop the car because I thought you were going to vomit several times. And I remember I was like I can't do this with me. I'm like, I don't wanna do this at I'll never do this again. I don't know why I accepted this. I'll never do this again. And I gave the speech and drove all the way home. Okay. We dodged a bullet. I'm never going to talk in public again. I hate this. You've made a few speeches have noted a few speeches. And now, I think I must have prepared for that for days and days and days, and I just gave a speech in in Bermuda. And you know, I had spent the night working on it and still you know, because you've helped right? So many of my speeches, and I sat in there. And I wrote this one all by yourself. And I I look at it. And I getting ready to walk out. And I just look at it. And I'm like, there's not a chance in hell, I'm gonna use a single word of this and just gave a speech without any. You know, just kind of let it go where it was going. And I can't believe how much time can change a person. Yeah. I mean, that's as someone who spent a lot of time writing speeches for you. And then watched them get just basically tossed on the ground or ignored run a whole nother episode of the FOX show just based on the stuff that was in the teleprompter that I never used. Oh my gosh. Easily. Shows FOX wanted to they wanted to know what I was gonna say in advance, you know, please. Can we Louis we need to look at the script beforehand? So we would produce a script every day. But many times I would walk in and go. Yeah. Not gonna use any of that turn it off. And it would be three minutes before the show. Well, what what are we going to just follow me? And and the writers who had spent, you know, Stu, Pat, Dan Andros at the time, they weren't happy. They weren't happy because they had spent all day working on that. Yeah. I remember. I remember doing that a lot of fun. Yeah. Not fun. Thank you for that. You're.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A Google assistant or Google home device. Just say, hey, Google play NewsRadio nine twenty on. Iheartradio. It's that easy. Newsradio nine twenty four seven FM. Glenn beck. Welcome to the program. Glad you've tuned in today. Katherine Harris is going to be on with us. I don't think I've talked to Katherine Harris in at least a decade and probably approaching two. She was the. What was she secretary of state in Florida? She oversaw the recount in Florida in two thousand one and two thousand mostly at two thousand and I met her for the first time. Because of the recount at the first speech I ever had to give as a talk show host. And I I'd never really been on stage before to talk and give a speech. I'd never done that and Jeb Bush was the governor. She was the secretary of state, and I had I think open for those two, and I think I had to give maybe twenty minutes. And five hundred people there, maybe it was the Lincoln dinner speech. This is like six or eight months before September eleventh and. And I met the limo driver a few years ago. He says, you don't remember me, do you? And I said, I'm sorry. I don't he said, I drove you to the first speech you ever gave. And he said I had to drive you from Tampa. So I don't remember where it was. And he said I thought I was going to have to stop the car because I thought you were going to vomit several times. And I remember I was like I can't do this Tania's with me. I'm like, I don't wanna do this at I'll never do this again. I don't know why I accepted this. I'll never do this again. And I gave the speech, and I drove all the way home. Okay. We dodged a bullet. I'm never going to talk in public again. I hate this. You've made a few speeches, I've noticed view speeches. And now he think I must have prepared for that for days and days and days, and I just gave a speech in in Bermuda. And. You know, I had spent the night working on it and still you know, because you've helped right? So many of my speeches, and I said in there, and I wrote this one all by cells, and I I look at it and I getting ready to walk out. And I just look at it. And I'm like, there's not a chance in hell, I'm gonna use a single word of this. And just gave a speech without any. You know, just kind of let it go where it was going. And I can't believe how much time can change a person. Yeah. I mean, that's that's you as someone who spent a lot of time writing speeches for you. And then watched them get tossed on the ground or ignored. It's run a whole nother episode of the FOX show just based on the stuff that was in the teleprompter that I never used. Oh my gosh. Easily. Shows stiff FOX wanted to they wanted to know what I was gonna say in advance, you know, please. Can we Louis we need to look at the script beforehand? So we would produce a script every day. But many times I would walk in and go. Yeah. Not gonna use any of that turn it off. And it would be three minutes before the show. Well, what are we going to just follow me? And and the writers who had spent, you know, Stu, Pat, Dan Andros the time they weren't happy. They weren't happy because they spent all day working on that. Yeah. I remember. I remember doing that a lot..

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"katherine harris" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome to the program. Stay tuned in today. Katherine Harris is going to be on with us. I don't think I've talked to Katherine Harris in at least a decade in probably approaching two. She was the lowest. She secretary of state in Florida. She oversaw the recount in Florida in two thousand one and two thousand mostly at two thousand and I met her for the first time. Because of the recount at the first speech I ever had to give as a talk show host. And I never really been on stage before to talk and give a speech. I had never done that and Jeb Bush was the governor. She was the secretary state, and I had I think open for those two, and I think I had to give maybe twenty minutes. And five hundred people there, maybe it was the Lincoln dinner speech. This is like six or eight months before September eleventh and. And I met the limo driver a few years ago. He says, you don't remember me, do you? And I said, I'm sorry. I don't he said, I drove you to the first speech you ever gave. And he said I had to drive you from Tampa. So I don't remember where it was. And he said I thought it was going to have to stop the car because I thought you were going to vomit several times. And I remember I was like I can't do this Tania's with me. I'm like, I don't wanna do this at I'll never do this again. I don't know. Why accepted this? I'll never do this again. And I gave the speech, and I drove all the way home. Okay. We dodged a bullet. I'm never going to talk in public again. I hate this. Then you've made a few speeches have noticed a few speeches. And now Denali think I must have prepared for that for days and days and days, and I just gave a speech in in Bermuda. And. You know, I had spent the night working on it and still you know, because you've helped right? So many of my speeches, and I sat in there. And I wrote this one all by myself, and I look at it and getting ready to walk out. And I just look at it. And I'm like, there's not a chance in hell, I'm gonna use a single word of this and just gave a speech without any. You know, just kind of let it go where it was going. And I can't believe how much time can change a person. Yeah. I mean, that's it's you as someone who spent a lot of time writing speeches for you. And then watched them get just basically tossed on the ground or ignored. It's a whole nother episode of the FOX show just based on the stuff that was in the teleprompter that I never used. Oh my gosh. Easily. Steph FOX wanted to they wanted to know what I was gonna say in advance, you know, please. Can we Louis we need to look at the script beforehand? So we would produce a script every day. But many times I would walk in and go. Yeah. Not gonna use any of that turn it all off. And it would be three minutes before the show. Well, what what are we going to just follow me? And and the writers who had spent, you know, Stu, Pat, Dan Andros at the time, they weren't happy. They weren't happy because they had spent all day working on that. Yeah. I remember. I remember doing that a lot. It was.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The program lead. You've tuned in today. Katherine Harris is going to be on with us. I don't think I've talked to Katherine Harris in at least a decade in probably approaching two. She was the. What was she secretary of state in Florida? She oversaw the recount in Florida in two thousand one and two thousand mostly at two thousand and I met her for the first time because of the recount at the first speech I ever had to give as a talk show host. And I I'd never really been on stage before to talk and give a speech. I'd never done that and Jeb Bush was the governor. She was the secretary of state, and I had I think open for those two, and I think I had maybe twenty minutes and five hundred people there, maybe it was the Lincoln dinner speech. This is like six or eight months before September eleventh and. And I met the limo driver a few years ago. He says, you don't remember me, do you? And I said, I'm sorry. I don't he said, I drove you to the first speech you ever gave. And he said I had to drive you from Tampa to. I don't remember where it was. And he said I thought I was going to have to stop the car because I thought you were going to vomit several times. And I remember I was like I can't do this Tania's with me. I'm like, I don't wanna do this at I'll never do this again. I don't know why I accepted this. I'll never do this again. And I gave the speech, and I drove all the way home. Okay. We dodged a bullet. I'm never going to talk in public again. I hate this. You've made a few speeches have noted a few speeches. And now, I think I must have prepared for that for days and days and days, and I just gave a speech in in Bermuda. And. You know, I had spent the night working on it and still you know, because you've helped right? So many of my speeches, and I sat in there. And I wrote this one all by myself. And I I look at it and I getting ready to walk out. And I just look at it. And I'm like, there's no chance in hell. I'm gonna use a single word of this and just gave a speech without any. You know, just kind of let it go where it was going. And I can't believe how much time can change a person. Yeah. I mean, that's it's you. As someone who spent a lot of time writing speeches for you. And then watch them get just basically tossed on the ground or Nord. It's a whole nother episode of the FOX show just on based on the stuff that was in the teleprompter that I never used. Oh, my gosh, easily shows Steph FOX wanted to they wanted to know what I was gonna say in advance, you know, please. Can we Louis need to look at the script beforehand? So we would produce a script every day. But many times I would walk in and go. Yeah. Not gonna use any of that tournament off. And it would be three minutes before the show. Well, what are we going to just follow me? And and the writers who had spent, you know, Stu, Pat, Dan Andros at the time, they weren't happy. They weren't happy because they had spent all day working on that. Yeah. I remember. I remember doing that. A lot was not fun. Yeah. Not fun. Thank you for that. You're welcome. You're welcome..

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"katherine harris" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Harris is gonna be on with us. I don't think I've talked to Katherine Harris in at least a decade and probably approaching two. She was the. What was she secretary of state in Florida? She oversaw the recount in Florida in two thousand one and two thousand mostly at two thousand and I met her for the first time. Because of the recount at the first speech I ever had to give as a talk show host. And I never really been on stage before to talk and give a speech. I had never done that and Jeb Bush was the governor. She was the secretary of state, and I had I think open for those two, and I think I had to give maybe twenty minutes. And five hundred people there, maybe it was the Lincoln dinner speech. This is like six or eight months before September eleventh and. And I met the limo driver a few years ago. He says, you don't remember me, do you? And I said, I'm sorry. I don't he said, I drove you to the first speech you ever gave. And he said I had to drive you from Tampa to. I don't remember where it was. And he said I thought I was going to stop the car because I thought you were going to vomit several times. And I remember I was like I can't do this Tania's with me. I'm like, I don't wanna do this at all never do this again. I don't know why I accepted this never do this again. And I gave the speech, and I drove all the way home. Okay. We dodged a bullet. I'm never going to talk in public again. I hate this. You've made a few speeches. I've noticed a few speeches. And now, I think I must have prepared for that for days and days and days, and I just gave a speech in in Bermuda. And. You know, I had spent the night working on it and still you know, because you've helped right? So many of my speeches, and I sat in there. And I wrote this one all by self, and I I look at it. And I getting ready to walk out. And I just look at it. And I'm like, there's not a chance in hell, I'm gonna use a single word of this and just gave a speech without any. You know, just kind of let it go where it was going. And I can't believe how much time can change a person. Yeah. I mean, that's it's you as someone who spent a lot of time writing speeches for you. And then watched them get just basically tossed on the ground or ignored. It's a whole nother episode of the FOX show just based on the stuff that was in the teleprompter that I never used. Oh my gosh. Easily. Shows stiff FOX wanted to they wanted to know what I was gonna say in advance, you know, please. Can we Louis we need to look at the script beforehand? So we would produce a script every day. But many times I would walk in and go. Yeah. Not gonna use any of that tournament off. And it would be three minutes before the show. Well, what are we going to just follow me? And and the writers who had spent, you know, Stu, Pat, Dan Andros at the time, they weren't happy. They weren't happy because they had spent all day working on that. Yeah. I remember. I remember doing that a lot of fun. Yeah. Not fun. Thank you for that. You're welcome. You're welcome..

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"katherine harris" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on WLAC

"Glenn beck. Welcome to the program. Tuned in today. Katherine Harris is going to be on with us. I don't think I've talked to Katherine Harris in at least a decade in probably approaching two. She was the was she secretary of state in Florida. She oversaw the recount in Florida in two thousand one and two thousand mostly two thousand and I met her for the first time. Because of the recount at the first speech I ever had to give as talk show host. And I. I'd never really been on stage before to talk and give a speech. I'd never done that and Jeb Bush was the governor. She was the secretary of state, and I had I think open for those two, and I think I had to give maybe twenty minutes and five hundred people there, maybe it was the Lincoln dinner speech. This is like six or eight months before September eleventh and. And I met the limo driver a few years ago. He says, you don't remember me, do you? And I said, I'm sorry. I don't he said, I drove you to the first speech you ever gave. And he said I had to drive you from Tampa to. I don't remember where it was. And he said I thought I was going to have to stop the car because I thought you were going to vomit several times. And I remember I was like I can't do this Tania's with me. I'm like, I don't want to do this at I'll never do this again. I don't know why I accepted this. I'll never do this again. And I gave the speech, and I drove all the way home. Okay. We dodged a bullet. I'm never going to talk in public again. I hate this. You've made a few speeches have noticed a few speeches. And now, I think I must have prepared for that for days and days and days, and I just gave a speech in in Bermuda. And. You know, I had spent the night working on it and still you know, because you've helped right? So many of my speeches, and I sat in there. And I wrote this one all by myself. And I I look at it and I getting ready to walk out. And I just look at it. And I'm like, there's not chance in hell, I'm gonna use a single word of this and just gave a speech without any. You know, just kind of let it go where it was going. And I can't believe how much time can change a person. Yeah. I mean, that's you. As someone who spent a lot of time writing speeches for you. And then watch them get just basically tossed on the ground or ignored. It's run a whole nother episode of the FOX show just based on the stuff that was in the teleprompter that I never used. Oh my gosh. Easily. Fox wanted to they wanted to know what I was going to say in advance, you know, please. Can we Louis we need to look at the script before him? So we would produce a script every day. But many times I would walk in and go. Yeah. Not gonna use any of that tournament off. And it would be three minutes before the show. Well, what what are we gonna do? Just follow me. And and the writers who had spent, you know, Stu, Pat, Dan Andros at the time, they weren't happy. They weren't happy because they spend all day working on that. Yeah. I remember. I remember doing that a lot.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Welcome to the program. Glad you've tuned in today. Katherine Harris is going to be on with us. I don't think I've talked to Katherine Harris in at least a decade in probably approaching two. She was the. Let's see secretary of state in Florida. She oversaw the recount in Florida in two thousand one and two thousand mostly at two thousand and I met her for the first time. Because of the recount at the first speech I ever had to give as a talk show host. And I. I'd never really been on stage before to talk and give a speech. I'd never done that and Jeb Bush was the governor. She was the secretary of state, and I had I think open for those two, and I think I had maybe twenty minutes and five hundred people there, maybe it was the Lincoln dinner speech. This is like six or eight months before September eleventh and. And I met the limo driver a few years ago. And he says, you don't remember me, do you? And I said, I'm sorry. I don't he said, I drove you to the first speech you ever gave. And he said I had to drive you from Tampa to. I don't remember where it was. And he said I thought I was going to have to stop the car because I thought you were going to vomit several times. And I remember I was like I can't do this Tania's with me. I'm like, I don't wanna do this. I'll never do this again. I don't know why I accepted this. I'll never do this again. And I gave the speech, and I drove all the way home. Okay. We dodged a bullet. I'm never going to talk in public again. I hate this. You've made a few speeches have noticed a few speeches. And now, I think I must have prepared for that for days and days and days, and I just gave a speech in in Bermuda. And. You know, I had spent the night working on it and still you know, because you've helped right? So many of my speeches, and I sat in there. And I wrote this one all by yourself. And I I look at it. And I getting ready to walk out. And I just look at it. And I'm like, there's not a chance in hell, I'm gonna use a single word of this and just gave a speech without any. You know, just kind of let it go where it was going. And I can't believe how much time can change a person. Yeah. I mean, that's because you as someone who spent a lot of time writing speeches for you. And then watch them get just basically tossed on the ground or ignored. Yeah. It's one of the whole nother episode of the FOX show just on based on the stuff that was in the teleprompter that I never used. Oh my God. Easily. Fox wanted to they wanted to know what I was going to say in advance, you know, please. Can we Louis we need to look at the script beforehand? So we would produce a script every day. But many times I would walk in and go. Yeah. Not gonna use any of that turn it off. And it would be three minutes before the show. Well, what what are we gonna do? Just follow me. And and the writers who had spent, you know, Stu, Pat, Dan Andros at the time, they weren't happy. They weren't happy because they had spent all day working on that. Yeah. I remember. I remember doing that a lot of fun. Not fun. Thank you for that. They're welcome. You're welcome. Just taking down memory lane. Good time. Anyway, Katherine Harris is.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Glenn beck. Welcome to the program. Glad you've tuned in today. Katherine Harris is going to be on with us. I don't think I've talked to Katherine Harris in at least a decade in probably approaching two. She was the what was she secretary of state in Florida. She oversaw the recount in Florida in two thousand one and two thousand mostly at two thousand and I met her for the first time. Because of the recount at the first speech I ever had to give as a talk show host. And I never really been on stage before to talk and give a speech. I'd never done that and Jeb Bush was the governor. She was a secretary state, and I had I think open for those two, and I think I had to give maybe twenty minutes and five hundred people there, maybe it was the Lincoln dinner speech. This is like six or eight months before September eleventh and. And I met the limo driver a few years ago. He says, you don't remember me, do you? And I said, I'm sorry. I don't he said, I drove you to the first speech you ever gave. And he said I had to drive you from Tampa till I don't remember where it was. And he said I thought I was going to have to stop the car because I thought you were going to vomit several times. And I remember I was like I can't do this Tania's with me. I'm like, I don't want to do this at I'll never do this again. I don't know why I accepted this. I'll never do this again. And I gave the speech, and I drove all the way home. Okay. We dodged a bullet. I'm never going to talk in public again. I hate this. You've made a few speeches have noticed. A few speeches. And now, I think I must have prepared for that for days and days and days, and I just gave a speech in in Bermuda. And. You know, I had spent the night working on it and still you know, because you've helped right? So many of my speeches, and I sat in there. And I wrote this one all by self, and I I look at it and getting ready to walk out. And I just look at it. And I'm like, there's not a chance in hell, I'm gonna use a single word of this and just gave a speech without any. You know, just kind of let it go where it was going. And I can't believe how much time can change a person. Yeah. I mean, that's it's you as someone who spent a lot of time writing speeches for you. And then watched them get just basically tossed on the ground or ignored run a whole nother episode of the FOX show just based on the stuff that was in the teleprompter that I never used. Oh my gosh. Easily. Stiff FOX wanted to. They wanted to know what I was gonna say in advance, you know, please. Can we Louis we need to look at the script beforehand? So we would produce a script every day. But many times I would walk in and go. Yeah. Not gonna use any of that turn it off. And it would be three minutes before the show. Well, what what are we going to just follow me? And and the writers who had spent, you know, Stu, Pat, Dan Andros at the time, they weren't happy. They weren't happy because they had spent all day working on that. Yeah. I remember. I remember doing.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on KNSS

"Right here on Cayenne s s. Glenn beck. Welcome to the program. Glad you've tuned in today. Katherine Harris is going to be on with us. I don't think I've talked to Katherine Harris in at least a decade in probably approaching two. She was the what was she secretary of state in Florida. She oversaw the recount in Florida in two thousand one and two thousand mostly up to two thousand and I met her for the first time. Because of the recount at the first speech I ever had to give as a talk show host. And I. I'd never really been on stage before to talk and give a speech. I'd never done that and Jeb Bush was the governor. She was the secretary state, and I had I think open for those two, and I think I had to give maybe twenty minutes and five hundred people there, maybe it was the Lincoln dinner speech. This is like six or eight months before September eleventh and. And I met the limo driver a few years ago. He says, you don't remember me, do you? And I said, I'm sorry. I don't he said, I drove you to the first speech you ever gave. And he said I had to drive you from Tampa. I don't remember where it was. And he said I thought I was going to have to stop the car because I thought you were going to vomit several times. And I remember I was like I can't do this with me. I'm like, I I don't want to do this at I'll never do this again. I don't know. Why accepted this? I'll never do this again. And I gave the speech, and I drove all the way home. Okay. We dodged a bullet. I'm never going to talk in public again. I hate this. You've made a few speeches have noticed. Few speeches? And now, I think I must have prepared for that for days and days and days, and I just gave a speech in in Bermuda. And. I had spent the night working on it and still you know, because you've helped right? So many of my speeches, and I sat in there. And I wrote this one all by self, and I I look at it. And I getting ready to walk out. And I just look at it. And I'm like, there's not chance in hell, I'm gonna use a single word of this and just gave a speech without any. You know, just kind of let it go where it was going. And I can't believe how much time can change a person yak. I mean, that's you. As someone who spent a lot of time writing speeches for you. And then watch them get just basically tossed on the ground or ignored. It's one of those run a whole nother episode of the FOX show just based on the stuff that was in the teleprompter that I never used. Oh my gosh. Easily shows FOX wanted to they wanted to know what I was gonna say in advance, you know, please. Can we Louis we need to look at the script beforehand? So we would produce a script every day. But many times I would walk in and go. Yeah. Not going to use any of that turn it off. And it would be three minutes before the show. Well, what what are we going to just follow me? And and the writers who had spent Stu, Pat, Dan Andros at the time, they weren't happy. They weren't happy because they had spent all day working on that. Yeah. I remember. I remember doing that a lot of fun. Yeah. Not fun. Thank you for that. You're welcome. You're you're welcome. Just taking down memory lane. Paul good times. Anyway, Katherine Harris is gonna.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I haven't told you on the evening show. So I would encourage all to go see. Rhapsody. It's good. It opened in Malaysia this weekend. It's already earned over one hundred million dollars it opened in Malaysia. But they cut out twenty four minutes. Because homosexuality is illegal immolate. And there's some. They don't go full on, you know. Sexual scenes per se, but they wanna make sure you know, what it means to be gay. Guess they they they get a little graphic at points is not not the worst possible. But they they definitely did more than than the bare minimum so to speak. They took out twenty four minutes in Malaysia which had to be a little bit odd. We interrupt your film at this moment because to bad start lip blocking. We'll be back in about a minute. Really, Freddie, Freddie. How come you? Keep calling everyone darling. That's weird. What does that mean? Funny. So in Florida, a very different situation at play first of all recognize the importance of Florida going back to two thousand when Katherine Harris was the secretary of state. It was Florida where the election hung in the balance our remind you that case went to the supreme court. Where the supreme court effectively made a ruling that allowed George W Bush to keep his victory. And that's really the moment where the modern era of election integrity, became for the Democrats a major arrow in their quiver. If you think about it. What did the Democrats campaign on? This entire election cycle. What did they claim was their issue? They're now claiming they have a mandate. For ObamaCare because Republicans are awful on ObamaCare. It's kind of silly. They had a couple of scare tactic lines. Republicans won't take away your insurance or your health care. Republicans don't care about pre existing conditions. There were a couple of just kind of silly scare tactics. But really Democrats ran on the basis that Donald Trump's not a nice guy. Which? If you consider that most congressmen are going to serve more than one term. The guy that's on his second third fourth fifth. Sixth term. For the Democrats came to office on the basis that he's not in the party of Donald Trump. Ideas. Now, I'm a believer that a government should be so small it's not today. It's way too large. I'm a believer in the American government being so small. The choice of who leads. It would not be so consequential on your life. The problem with Democrats is they want a government so large that it can allow you or prevent you from doing most anything it can either find you are criminally. Punish you for behaviors? It doesn't light. And subsidize and reward you for behaviors that it does and those might be vagaries upon which as the days as the wind blows. They change the FDA now coming out and going after menthol cigarettes because they say menthol cigarettes. Fifty nine percent of black smokers smoke. Menthol cigarettes fewer than thirty percent. I think it's twenty two percents the number of white smokers smoke. Menthol. In houston. If you drive around into neighborhoods that have a larger percentage of a black population. They do ten if there's going to be a cigarette advertisements more likely to be a menthol cigarette. Advertisement on the black in the black parts of town than in the white parts of town. I don't know why that happened. Oh, no, I'm sorry. I was way wrong on my numbers. Eighty five percent of black smokers. Now, that's not eighty five percent of blacks that's of smokers. Those who smoke are black eighty five percent of them twelve enough smoke. Menthol cigarettes. Which makes you wonder what do the eleven year old smokes? So eighty five percent of blacks twelve and up smoke. Menthol. Only twenty nine percent of white smokers smoke. Menthol. What do Hispanics smoke so the same FDA? This is coordinated New York Times the FDA is trying to outlaw menthol cigarettes. The same FDA that is outlawing. Menthol cigarettes is also looking more and more favorably on legalizing marijuana. Which means the government's not opposed to you smoking things. They just don't want you smoking things that they've disfavored. And what was disfavored yesterday is favored tomorrow at what was favored tomorrow is disfavored tomorrow is disfavored. So used to you could smoke menthol cigarettes, but not marijuana and within two years, you won't be able to smoke menthol cigarettes, but you will be able to smoke marijuana. And everyone gets their say, we all get to be involved and contribute money and have organizations, and you know, gala and interviews and nonprofits, and we'll have will always be in this state of flux as to what the government will allow us to do and not allow us to do. And we feel so happy when they allow us to undertake the behavior that we like an so delighted when they when they go and bash the guy across town for doing something, we don't like and government gets to be the tool that we use either to stimulate an excite us or to beat the snot out of somebody else with because how many of those pot smokers that have been trying so hard to get pot legalized. We'll be the same crowd of people who will say, yeah. I don't want black people smoking menthol cigarettes. How Bill we stop letting people like Sheila jackson-lee and Maxine Waters in Nancy Pelosi make decisions. As to what we can and cannot smoke, but cigarettes are bad for you, Michael. So is chocolate so is unprotected sex. So is having more children than you can pay for. So is not getting enough sleep. So as riding a motorcycle even with the helmet. So is so many of the behaviors that we undertake that we choose to undertake how about we stop looking for things that we do to be legalized and things we don't do to be illegal in. We leave such decisions to the individual, which is how we came into this world in the first place. The government didn't consent to us coming into this world. The government does consent to you being taken out of this world, but only until you breathe outside the mother's womb. Once you breathe outside the mother's womb. Then the state gets involved and says, okay, you could kill that baby before. But no killing the.

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Recount in Florida continues amid tension, litigation

Think Realty Radio

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Recount in Florida continues amid tension, litigation

"Recount of the Senate and gubernatorial races in Florida's sixty seven counties continue today. Katherine Harris is a former Florida secretary of state. She joined Fox News with one thing. People need to remember during this recount critical that the laws are followed. Our elected officials were elected to act with courage, and integrity and administer the law. The

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"katherine harris" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"I mean, there's no two ways around it. There are bad election administrators. They're often democratic counties often elected by Democrats. So this is not some vast conspiracy by Republicans to avoid counting democratic votes. But Rick, Scott, you know, he went after her now, but he could have removed her from L fees and see how to eight years in office. He could have taken some powers away from local election administrators could have passed some laws to fix this problem, and yet they hadn't and so this plenty of blame to go around when I guess I look at someone like Dr Snipes, and it's it does seem very flagrant. But then at the same time, I wonder how unique it is or whether we're just noticing. No, I think it's fairly unique. I think most election officials do a good job. And the biggest problem they have is lack of adequate resources, and you mentioned wisk. Kansin you said they'd made some interesting reforms, but then it got scuttled could you tell me more about what they did. So it was caught it had a nonperson election board or bipartisan election board, and they were sort of model of the country that conduct the elections fairly people went there to study how things were and there were fights over how the some of the elections, including the there were a lot of recall elections in Wisconsin. And the Republicans legislature got mad at some of the decisions that were made by this nonpartisan body. So they got rid of it and made it a partisan body in Florida. The this is this is a I think very emblematic of how things have gone Florida used to have an elected secretary of state to remember Katherine Harris. So so younger readers younger listeners. I should say may not remember Katherine Harris. But she was the Republican secretary of state is elected, and she made a whole bunch of discretionary decisions all of which favored Bush, and you know, a lot of them were reversed by the Florida's prem- court judge. She was vilified. This is in the two thousand recount in the two thousand Florida election. So after the election, Florida said, you know, no more elected secretary of state. It's going to be someone appointed by the governor who serves at the governor's pleasure. So that made the position more political because the lead person now is just fucking governor as opposed to being someone who had listed independent base of power. So I think that's actually made it worse. It sounds like what you're saying. Is we keep trying to fix it? But then we keep messing it up. Well, let's not paint with too broad brush for the entire country. I mean, I think Florida's one of the worst. But you know, things are done better. And a lot of places Orange County. For example. You know, we've got these really close races. I'm sure you've been. Watching Dana Rohrabacher recently right fell behind in the count. So there you've got a Republican election official appointed by the Republican supervisors of Orange County. And this guy's a total professional. Nobody doubts that he's doing things fairly accurate total transparency you can look on the website. You know, exactly how many votes how many ballots are left to be counted. There are places where they do it. Well, and even if you have parts election officials if they follow professional norms. The system is is much better. But it really depends on the place. We you laid out how everything kind of went wrong in two thousand but things didn't change that much. They changed. But maybe not in a way that really fixed things. Do you have any confidence that this might be a different kind of moment? More things shift for the better. Well, I have no doubt the Florida's going to make some changes in response to this high. Be surprised. Snipes is in her job in a year. But in terms of systemic changes, I'm not all that confident..

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"katherine harris" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Thousand and one al thanks for calling from chicago al nor man how are you doing i'm good what's up it's been awhile since i spoke with a theory to propose to to first of all when putin and russia did the disinformation campaign in our inaction it was never targeted toward trump voters who was always talking to jill stein standard and hillary well and hillary and they also and they also stole all donald trump's emails they just never released any but go ahead i mean they hacked the republicans just like the democrats didn't release any of that stuff right and there was nothing if hillary saying the bus load and republicans only way to church they steal with fish she started she started the fire on the bus right it was nothing you could do to make a trump supporter both the him so like if you pick the basketball games michael jordan areas thirty points a game you don't fix it by making him only scored twenty you fix a game by shots not taking right bolt not taken votes votes out you bet lutely i i even said absolutely right so never look for votes change is both not taken attempts not take right that's my first and look what happened look we're just talking about florida look what katherine harris did she suppressed the vote right a real quick that's what gets me when i immigrants come over and say they came up with the shirt on the back and they did this they have never had the full way the united states turned on them like we have black people absolute voting book and the education system they have never had i'm with you all the way and album the problem the problem is is that a lot of white people simply disbelieve right they just they just refuse to accept reality that since the first african slave was brought here whenever sixteen hundred whatever that white people in this on this continent have had a really well in this nation in canada things are better but in this nation for black people says the very beginning it's been awful we we have had to drag them out of the north the north wasn't all that wonderful either a lot of people in the north saying what do you mean free the slaves are going to move to the north and i don't want him in my neighborhood i mean this stuff was rampant everywhere and that should be.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Katherine harris purged fifty thousand african american voters those were way more than enough that al gore needed so it doesn't matter when polls are open and close fifty thousand democratic voters african americans overwhelmingly democratic that's why katherine harris purge them under the most specious of reasons she said oh look john williams is a convicted felon and she threw all the john williams's off with john williams a pretty common name that's a very specious basis that's number one number two they posted lots of police around african american polling places to discourage people from voting if you wanna talk about discouraging people from voting why couldn't they wait until the day after election day to do this i mean the the voter intimidation the voter purging dave please go out and do some research you'll see that the democratic party was deprived of thousands and thousands and thousands of votes but going back to your call you should've you should have done your homework and said nor the polls in florida close at nine o'clock eastern i looked it up the polls in florida close at nine o'clock eastern the problem is is that there's a second time zone in the central and so nine o'clock eastern is eight o'clock central and so there's an extra hour in the middle of that our al gore was pronounced the winner and a lot of people in the panhandle left because they figured out gore had won and we were there some research out there that says those people were george w bush supporters by eighty two to eighteen percent because that's the panhandle and here's usa today the when talk to us then you gotta have you can't call me up and say it's my recollection and urge that on me and accept that i expect that i'm just gonna do that dave i do my homework before the show you should do yours now you and i ended up in the air on the air a in a span we're doing math death so according to vanity fair al gore was declared the winner eight sixteen eastern i don't live in flaw florida i don't know the.

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"katherine harris" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"katherine harris" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"Yourself what was that movie i think it was an hbo movie was recount was that the one oh yeah oh yeah yeah yeah let's shut up throw forecast rowell's recount that was that was really pretty good florida yeah yeah oh gosh who was the girl that was in the woman that was in charge of the recount she harris attorney yes oh chaz lean katherine harris katherine harris who played her in the recount movie to ever it was she stole the show it was she was in star wars and we loved her she had a cameo role in star wars oh why can't laura dern laura dern playing all right yes you're right to make that look at yet she was that thank you thank you tunnel was fantastic in that so good that was fun this lead us to our movie recommendation i think so you wanna lead off if you haven't seen get out it is streaming and do seek it out because i harbor a wish that get out will win best picture when the other two cancel each other out and in the movies phantom thread but in honor of john mahoney moonstruck need to watch moon still watch that nick cage share and john mahoney's terrific john mahoney it's just fab that's fun well yeah maybe what i'll do is in honor of john mahoney elsa go watching treatment that's not a movie but go see it but but checkout intrigue ment because it's worth it.

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