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Fresh update on "keisha lance bottoms" discussed on On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:34 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "keisha lance bottoms" discussed on On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

"Good morning. Atlanta. Here's what's happening. The nation's top expert on infectious diseases, says If states don't contain the spread of the Corona virus, he won't be surprised to see as many as 100,000 new cases a day. There is no guarantee and anyone who's been involved in vaccine ology will tell you That we will have a safe and effective vaccine, but we're cautiously optimistic, Dr Anthony Fauci said. It could get very bad. I'm very concerned that I'm not satisfied with what's going on. Because we're going in the wrong direction. The nation is currently adding 40,000 new cases a day well over the past 24 hours, Georgia added. Almost 1900 cases were now Close to 82,000 confirmed cases with 2805 related deaths. The five counties with the most cases are in the Metro Gwinnett Bulls into cab Kaban Hall of the 11,051 Hospitalizations. 2323 R I. C U admissions Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is extending for an additional 60 days. Executive orders related to cope in 19 including A moratorium on water shut off. While in Savannah Mayor Van Johnson issued an emergency order that makes wearing masks in public mandatory. Also this morning, prosecutors say the former Atlanta police officer charged with the murder of Rashard Brooks was not justified in shooting him. That trucker with the Fulton County D. A s office made that claim during a virtual bond hearing for Garrett. Raw video shows that Officer Ross didn't have.

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Could Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms be Joe Biden's pick for vice president?

Special Programming

00:59 min | 5 d ago

Could Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms be Joe Biden's pick for vice president?

"There a sort of like a Midwest I candidate or someone you think could be a great vice president that people are talking about or one of the sort of Leicester name recognition folks I mean I guess a little bit more into the account of the last around I do think it's really odd to me that she is that talked about more because one of the people that like to come down but kisha that's not unusual lance bottoms from Atlanta and but I don't think she's a serious contender because of inaction she's the mayor right so yeah so I I don't I don't know if anyone has it been mentioned that Biden would would consider that's a interesting question but I I think you know it would be really interesting things he ends up kind of doing the McCain moves and coming up with someone who no one saw coming out man who people haven't really been talking about I I I yeah

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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms discusses APD walkout

Clark Howard

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms discusses APD walkout

"Hour Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms is addressing the so called blue flu sick out among Atlanta police right after two officers were charged in the shooting death of Richard Brooks mayor bottoms tells channel two action news not had any coverage issues because we still have officers who are continuing to show up for work each day one hundred seventy one Atlanta police officers have called in sick most of them working downtown that's the area in which officers shop ray shard Brooks other

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Mayor, governor urging Georgians to wear masks as state sees spike of COVID-19 cases

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Mayor, governor urging Georgians to wear masks as state sees spike of COVID-19 cases

"Well that's governor Brian camp calling for Georgians to wear face masks to help stem the spread of covert nineteen Kim sent out the message yesterday encouraging citizens to cover their faces as new coronavirus cases continue to rise across the state in Georgia there was an increase of seventeen hundred new cases yesterday bringing the total statewide to over seventy one thousand Linda mayor Keisha lance bottoms also sent out a message on Wednesday encouraging folks to cover their faces bottoms called it the most unselfish thing that you

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The View

The View

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The View

"All dads deserve a feast for Father's Day so right now. We're getting some pro tips on setting the menu from food. Network Chef and cookbook author George Duran. I. I welcome to the show and I want you to start cooking for us, but before you tell us what you're making, tell us about how you are doing it because this looks very interesting to me. I'm essentially cooking at the speed of light, and what I mean is I'm using this guy right here. It's called the Bravo's and it's the ultimate cooking solution because it cooks with the power of light in about half the time they're conventional on which I haven't turned down for eight months. Thanks to the Bravo so what's happening? Is that the last three months? Months I've been kinda tough by wife and I have been working from home. The kids are home because they're not at school and this guy. This personal chef of mine is doing all the cooking for me pretty much again in half the time and we have so many recipes to share with you and I have one that I want to share with. With. You ready I am ready. So what? What should we be making this? Sunday for all the dads out there. You know it's very to stick with. There's outside in your garden. If you have one for the farmers market, if you can go there, that means a lot of herbs and this case I'm going to go ahead and lean does down here. Here so you can see what's happening. I'm making actually a dish of roasted chicken with this beautiful dry time, a lot of salt and roasted chicken in there, and what's happening here? Is that a man actually turn the skin side down zoo wanted to see her the nice and crispy, and then I'm going to go ahead and put some rose Marie another. Another herb ride on top Rosemary, salt and pepper just copy the `tatoes, and then I'm GonNa, go ahead and put some garlic and a little bit of the lemon pepper on top of that with the Broccoli in their noticed how there's three different ingredients look at three different times of year. How are you going to put a chicken potatoes and Broccoli irregular? Irregular Oven. You cannot do that, but in the Bravo it's happening. Is that multi zone cooking.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The View

The View

04:29 min | 2 weeks ago

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The View

"With your support. Our employees can have their jobs. Thank you, let's see. Welcome back. You know a new. A new poll found even before the nationwide protest began. That people seem to be miserable. Apparently, people are really miserable so I'm asking the magic question. Are you miserable Megan? No, I this poll was very disappointing and very disheartening. In the it says it over fifty percent of Americans aren't happy that they're depressed right now and I think it's a combination of how. The huge partisan divide in the country huge cultural divide. Obviously, the Cova crisis has exacerbated everything, and then you know just just everything that's going on culturally and. My fear is that this doesn't end with trump. My fear is no matter who gets elected. This isn't going to change. The only hope that I have as much as. All of US fight on air. I feel unity and support and understood on this show with my co co-host, and we've none of us think the same thing about anything. That's why we're hired to be on this show together, and we somehow make this work every day and respect each other so i. wish America could be more like the view right now. Honestly they've. But how about you are you? Miserable attracts various with. You know. Is? Really, but I think that. Is Right. Now is kind of a luxury. When everybody's out and I was thinking to myself, when have been more miserable than I am now? And when I was very ill, and I had a near death experience that was bad when I ran out of what I was fired, and I had no money coming in and when I got divorced those times. And so, what are we at right now? We have people who are unemployed. They have no money coming in. They don't have health insurance. Meghan said that's why people are unhappy, but I would like to be able to go to the grocery store and not get a disease. That's GONNA. Kill me. That would make me happy. That may never be possible just in life sunny I ask you. Are you miserable? I'm not I'm not miserable, but I'm certainly concerned about what's going on in. Our country was going on in the world. I'm really worried about the pandemic I'm worried about the way that it was handled at least here in this country I'm worried about the families of over one hundred and fifteen thousand Americans who have lost their lives, some of those families who I know personally. I'm worried about the direction in this company I'm worried certainly about. The continuous police brutality that we see against unarmed black men and women. We don't talk about. The women are subjected to this, but women are big part of it as well, and so those things me up at night I have to say. My husband often says that he. Always I always see. The life is sort of the glass half full, but he's seen a change in, and it's because of what's going on I worry about our country I. Worry about my children's futures, I. I do I'm a worrier as you all know but worry. Well I have great faith because I see things that just make me realize things may not be as bad as we think. Check out this. This little video I just wanted to play it for folks because it put a smile on your face particularly on this bothers day. It's Kinda. Father done a sing along to edition that went viral to check it out. Our! We'll be. We'll be. You it gets better and better and better. Check it out. You can check out the views website. If you WANNA, see the rest of it, we'll be right back. As Atlanta Mayor Kisha Lands Bottoms watches demonstrators around her city calling for change. How far is she willing to go to get justice for the police shooting death of Ray Chard Brooks. She's live on the view next. Back people in Atlanta and around the.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The View

The View

02:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The View

"So there are things that need to happen, and and you know we also have to go with the fact that you know. In Twenty Fifteen Obama Bank. Federal chance firs a certain types of military. Gear in two thousand, seventeen, the was rescinded that Executive Order was rescinded the Justice Department also aggressively pursued consent decrees approved by the courts which police departments agreed to and AG sessions limited that, so we we. You're right, Megan. We all do have to come together, but we have to come together listening and seeing what everybody's experiences and then making qualify decision. It shouldn't be a left right decision. It should be a qualified American decision because this affects everybody. That's my point I'm sorry I cut you off. Glad real quick. Well No, you said what I was about to say that the problem is that there is no federal oversight at this point because the Justice Department. When Jeff sessions enter cut out consent decrees, there is no national database and you cannot leave it up to the states because we see what has happened. We've seen the militarization of the police state by state by state. We see this pushback on qualified immunity. We see that there is not a national, no chokehold a band. We see that there is debate national ban on no Warren. I. Hear what you're saying. And I think it's one hundred percent value criticism. I think my frustration is when I come into the show, and I see a tease saying are Republicans doing enough right now. After one of the most famous Republican senators is presenting a bill right now. There's no I think we are trying. My party is trying and so is teasing at the beginning Republicans aren't. Aren't doing anything. Yes, all this criticism Whoopi you and sunny said one hundred percent valid. The chokehold thing is a big deal I. Don't understand why that's not an either. That's fine. Let's continue the conversation. That's why bills have amendments on the floor. That's why this is a bipartisan process, but please stop knocking Republicans this morning for some of us, not trying to go to very this. No No. Public the path is. I think! SHARROW Tomorrow it will be the it'll be the. Democrats. We, we packed everybody. We Punch on both sides. You know that but I have to stop talking. We'll be right.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The View

The View

06:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The View

"The view on the heels of you know who's ex- executive, police order sorrow sorrow on the heels of his a police reform. Senate Senator Tim Scott revealed the GOP bill on reform that they call the Justice Act, and why? This is very personal for him, take up renews color and people like myself. I've told my story. Several Times stop seven times in one year. That has been said a lot, but I was stopped this year driving while black, when I got a warning ticket for using failing to use my turn signal earlier in my lane change, and so this issue continues in S. why is so important for us to say that we hear you? Were listening to your concerns. So. Do you think they heard anything sunny? WH, what do you? What do you think of the bill? Did they hear him? Say What what happened to him? Why was? Really Dumb. It just seems to me that trump's executive order incentivizing police reform will not incentivize police reform. Bad is not what is required here. And you know what I think. He wanted was a photo op with some of the families. Of Black on our men have been killed. During police encounters, and he did not get that, because although the families did have a meeting with him. If you listen to what the family said, what they said that there were a lot of platitudes mentioned, but nothing real nothing tangible, and they did not come out with him for a press conference, and so I, I think that actually says a lot that is extremely telling, but the other thing is when you look at his executive reform. His executive order. It just doesn't do anything. He's asking departments to share police departments to share information officers misconduct. Let an officer or police departments grade themselves. They get an A. every single time right, and so you really need a national database. You need an over. You need someone to oversee them and so. Much, it's very fluffy. It's much ado about nothing. It's not tangible. It's not real. Okay Joy. Were you taken by what Senator Scott had to say and What he was revealing by his own experience. Well yes, I was Senator Scott, who was the only African American senator in the GOP said that America is not a racist country. then. He goes on to talk about how he was pulled over by the police, five or six times and one of the Times. The last time was for not turning on his signal. His term signal fast enough. Really I mean exactly. When are you supposed to turn that? TURN SIGNAL ON I? Don't know when that is and yet. He was stopped I doubt I would have been stopped that the question is there is systemic racism in the country contrary to what he says. They nothing in these bills. Bills addresses segregated housing, or which leads to school, Segregation and discrimination in employment. That is the problem in the country, and it's not being addressed in these bills. These are like rearranging the deckchairs on the titanic and May I. Say Stop Blaming President Obama for everything. This is the Republican playbook right now. From Twenty Ten to twenty six ten, both houses of Congress, what controlled by the GOP okay and remember what Mitch McConnell said. We're going to stop everything. He does so shut up about Obama already. Right, so, Megan, what did you? What were your feelings about to build? You think it went far enough. Yeah, I. I think there's a few things day here. The first one is. When people say Tim Scott is the only black senator on the Republican side while Democrats only to. Harris and Cory Booker so let's please stop acting like there's great bipartisan representation in the Senate. It's despicable. There aren't more people of color on both sides and all races. It's a huge problem in our representation, but it's not just singularly Republican won the second thing is Tim Scott also talked about in two thousand sixteen about how he has been targeted by Capitol police as a senator where they stopped him, and then thought he was impersonating a senator when he was trying to come in which is also a heartbreaking story, so he is a man that has experienced racism, and by the way he was pulled over seven times in a year, not five. I? Think it's a good noble start. This bill I glad to see this swift sea change on bipartisan support of police reform I'm really disheartened that we can't even come together to try and make changes, and I think some of the criticism you gave sunny is valid, but how about we all continue to try and improve instead of just crapping all over Republicans for. For saying that they're doing nothing, or it's not good enough. This is a very great and noble attempt led by a very distinguished senator on the Republican side and I would really like to see us all. Put Our differences aside I know I'm exhausted. I think the country is exhausted to try and really enact real reform right now, and this is the best opportunity. As George Floyd lawyer said yesterday on the show. This is the best time in history to do it and I think we should all come together and please stop making this this so partisan because I for one am truly exhausted with it. Well I'm exhausted with all that I see because one way I'm GonNa, let me finish. Let me please let me finish. Because there are things in this bill that need to be dealt with the GOP. Bill doesn't change qualified immunity which shields police officers from lawsuits. You know it doesn't expand the Justice Department's power to investigate and prosecute police, misconduct and reason I'm really. Really. All about that is because this could have helped Mir. Rice if we had information about the police officer who who took his life allegedly in his file is a note that says he was mentally unstable to be a police officer. This might have made a difference in how we do things, so if we all have all the information you know I mean. If you can. See a way where when we say these are the things that we actually absolutely need to have its because people's experiences say. I. Don't I didn't have this information therefore when they let this person go. You know what was I to do. He took my son's life..

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Atlanta, New York City mayors announce series of police reforms

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta, New York City mayors announce series of police reforms

"It was late yesterday Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms announced her own set of changes to a P. D. policy in the wake of the death of race charter Brooks there is also this today out of New York effective immediately from the mayor there the NYPD must release a video and audio from police body camera recordings recordings within within within thirty thirty thirty days days days any any any time time time an an an officer officer officer fires fires fires a a a gun gun gun or or or taser taser taser in in in an an an incident incident incident that that that harms harms harms or or or kills kills kills or or or uses uses uses other other other force force force that that that does does does the the the same

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Atlanta Mayor issues orders in effort to reform Police

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta Mayor issues orders in effort to reform Police

"President trump will issue his executive order on police reform on Tuesday Atlanta's mayor issuing her own orders Monday Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms says she wants to change the perception of law enforcement in her city our police officers are to be guardians and not warriors within our communities she took administrative action requiring de escalation during confrontation using when warranted only the amount of objectively reasonable force necessary to successfully protect themselves or others to effect an arrest or to bring an incident under control she says initial recommendations on changes to use of force will be unveiled later this month with final changes coming in July

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Atlanta police officer fired after fatally shooting black man Rayshard Brooks

Dave Ramsey

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta police officer fired after fatally shooting black man Rayshard Brooks

"The Atlanta police officer who shot and killed twenty seven year old Rasche and Brooks outside a fast food restaurant has already been fired but CBS is mark Strassman says former officer Garrett wealth may be facing legal trouble over the role from particular seems to be staring at significant felony charges the taser that Brooks was holding is not considered a deadly weapon and he was shot twice in the back mayor Keisha lance bottoms says she was angry and saddened by Brooks death Friday she's ordering changes in police practices I am finding theories of administrative orders calling upon our chief operating officer Joshua Williams to coordinate with the interim chief of police Rodney Bryant to immediately adopt and implement reforms among them a duty to report when a colleague uses excessive force and requirements to de escalate the situation

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`When does it stop?' Slain man's family makes tearful plea

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

`When does it stop?' Slain man's family makes tearful plea

"After a black man was killed by Atlanta police outside a drive through the family and officials in Georgia are calling for changes in the criminal justice system Atlanta police body and dash cameras recorded the final moments ever shot Brooks life Brooks was shot in the back and killed as he ran away after struggling with officers and seized a stun gun from one of them at a news conference with tearful family members Brooks niece chastity Evans said we should have shown more compassion no one walking this green earth he expects to be shot and killed like trash in the street for bomb the sleep in a drive through thousands of protesters marched on Georgia's capital Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms so she's issuing a series of orders to work with the police department to immediately adopt new use of force policies this is the beginning I'm Jennifer king

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`When does it stop?' Slain man's family makes tearful plea

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

`When does it stop?' Slain man's family makes tearful plea

"After a black man was killed by Atlanta police outside a drive through the family and officials in Georgia are calling for changes in the criminal justice system Atlanta police body and dash cameras recorded the final moments ever shot Brooks life Brooks was shot in the back and killed as he ran away after struggling with officers and seized a stun gun from one of them at a news conference with tearful family members Brooks niece chastity Evans said we should have shown more compassion no one walking this green earth he expects to be shot and killed like trash in the street for bomb the sleep in a drive through thousands of protesters marched on Georgia's capital Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms so she's issuing a series of orders to work with the police department to immediately adopt new use of force policies this is the beginning I'm Jennifer king

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Mayor Bottoms Tightens Rules on Atlanta Police's Use of Force

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mayor Bottoms Tightens Rules on Atlanta Police's Use of Force

"Atlanta's Atlanta's mayor mayor looking looking to to make make changes changes to to the the police police department department very very clear clear that that our our police police officers officers are are to to be be guardians guardians and not warriors within our communities mayor Keisha lance bottoms says after the death of restart Brooks Friday night she cannot wait for an Advisory Council to come up with recommendations to reform the police we are taking a look at our use of force policies through our advisory committee it is abundantly clear that through my executive powers we need to regenerate our desire that there be de escalation and that there not be an immediate use of force when there are other options that are available J. R. Brooks is the cousin of race shard Brooks the only way to heal some of these wounds is there a conviction and a drastic change with the police department

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Atlanta mayor joins Sesame Street town hall to talk about racism with kids and parents

Bloomberg Markets

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta mayor joins Sesame Street town hall to talk about racism with kids and parents

"A fresh wave of anger has emerged over police use of deadly violence against black men Atlanta is the latest flashpoint that's after a white officer killed twenty seven year old ray shard Brooks in a Wendy's parking lot Friday night Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms took part in a CNN town hall last night she says her cities already cut its corrections budget by almost sixty percent so give us an opportunity to take some of our corrections staff and move them to our boots on the ground there how they are helping us feed our seniors they are delivering meals to our kids they're cleaning up our

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Protests continue in Atlanta after fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:13 sec | 2 weeks ago

Protests continue in Atlanta after fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks

"US civil rights protests in Atlanta New York right now and in Atlanta over the shooting death of Rashard Brooks while running away from police mayor Keisha lance bottoms said she does not believe it was a justified use of

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Who is Rayshard Brooks, 27-year-old man killed by police?

Live Abundant Radio

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

Who is Rayshard Brooks, 27-year-old man killed by police?

"Would lead a police officer has been fired another placed on administrative duty following the fatal shooting of a black man but move announced by the police early today comes on the heels of the resignation of Atlanta's police chief following the killing of twenty seven year old Rashard Brooks Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms and says she doesn't believe the shooting was justified the Georgia bureau of investigation says Brooks was resisting

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Atlanta police officer fired after fatally shooting black man

WBZ Morning News

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta police officer fired after fatally shooting black man

"Large gathering of protesters erupting as a widely a Wendy's then gets involved in flames following the fatal shooting of a black man there on Friday by police CBS news update this is part of the body cam recording of the fatal police shooting of a black man by a white officer in Atlanta police say before this race are Brooks took an officer's taser the officer has been fired Atlanta's police chief has resigned mayor Keisha lance bottoms chief shields has offered to immediately step aside as police chief so that the city may move forward with urgency in rebuilding the trust so desperately needed throughout our community Saturday night violent protests in a fire at the site of the shooting started throwing something at the gas station at two ghost story there and the entire group went over and they're breaking the windows the ones running over there a bit more demonstrations tonight

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Protests in Atlanta continue after officer shoots and kills black man

WBZ Morning News

01:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Protests in Atlanta continue after officer shoots and kills black man

"Protests in Atlantic continue over Friday's police shooting Atlanta police now releasing the body cam footage of the moments leading up to a white police officer shooting and killing twenty seven year old Ryszard brought a black man the struggle caught on camera but the body cam falls off the officer during the incident the shooting itself is not captured here's what happened it went down Friday night at a Wendy's restaurant in Atlanta officers trying to conduct a field sobriety test when Brooks allegedly took an officer's taser he was reportedly shot by police as he tried to run away now Atlanta's police chief is out on the shell of an announcement from Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms she feels has offered to immediately step aside as police chief the news comes after weeks of protests over police tactics and after mayor bottoms said she had a chance to see video of the latest shooting just released by the Georgia bureau of investigation I do not believe that this was a justified use of deadly force majeure Brooks was shot and killed by police outside a Wendy's restaurant in Atlanta Friday night Cheryl Castro ABC news Atlanta attorneys for Ryszard Brooks family say that the shooting is not justified telling reporters that a taser is not considered a deadly weapon in

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Man killed in a late night struggle with Atlanta officers

Glenn Beck

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Man killed in a late night struggle with Atlanta officers

"Fires and reports of looting in Atlanta after a police officer shot and killed a black man at a fast food restaurant you have fires going on in and around that went beach where this incident took place on Friday night so there's really two centers of activity one of Wendy's where ray Sharpe Brooks twenty seven years old was killed that when he's done fire the windows have been smashed and secondly you have a highway which is now apparently gradually the result I haven't mastered and quick police press fox's Steve hair again video shows twenty seven year old race R. Brooks struggling with a police officer and grabbing a taser Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms says lethal force was not necessary and the officers involved should be fired there has been a disconnect with what our expectations are and should be as it relates to interactions with our officers and the communities in which they are entrusted to protect Atlanta's police chief has resigned in the wake of the

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Atlanta police chief resigns after black man shot dead by police

Our American Stories

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta police chief resigns after black man shot dead by police

"Thousands hitting the streets in Philadelphia Boston the nation's capital an Atlanta police chief resigns after a phone call about a black man sleeping in a car blocking a fast food restaurant drive thru lane that man is now dead shot by cop after police say he failed a sobriety test struggled with an officer grabbed the cops taser and ran there's a video Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms says state law enforcers are also investigating we have already convene an advisory committee to examine our use of force policies in our city and expect feedback within the next two weeks with final recommendations within the next forty five days or so she doesn't believe the shooting of twenty seven year old radar Brooks was justified video shows Brooks appearing to point something out an officer while running before he was

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Atlanta police chief resigns over Rayshard Brooks shooting

Kim Komando

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta police chief resigns over Rayshard Brooks shooting

"Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms announcing police chief Erika shields has resigned following the overnight police shooting of a black man she still had offered to immediately step aside as police chief so that the city may move forward with urgency and rebuilding the trust so desperately needed throughout our community police had said twenty seven year old Richard Brooks had fallen asleep in a car blocking a Wendy's drive through and that he resisted arrest after failing a sobriety test surveillance video shows Brooks running away with what appears to be a taser turning around and pointing it at an officer who fired their bottom says she doesn't believe that deadly force was justified and she's asking that the officer be terminated

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Rayshard Brooks death: Atlanta police chief steps down

Rachel

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Rayshard Brooks death: Atlanta police chief steps down

"Atlanta police chief Erika shields handing in her resignation tonight that announcement was made shortly after the Georgia bureau of investigation said that it was looking into the police shooting death of ray shard Brooks that happened last night outside a Wendy's restaurant the Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms confirming the resignation in a news conference afternoon saying it was time for a change in the department while we have a police force full of men and women who work alongside our communities with honor respect and dignity there has been a disconnect with what our expectations are and should be as it relates to interactions with our officers and the communities in which they are entrusted to protect but chief shields will stay on in a role with the Atlanta police department that's yet to be determined chief Erika shields has been a solid member of a P. D. for over two decades and has a deep and abiding love for the people of Atlanta and because of her desire that IT lance should be a model of what meaningful reform should look like across this country chief shields has offered to immediately step aside as police chief the Atlanta police department says that ray shard Brooks resisted arrest stole a police taser last night during a D. W. Y. investigation mayors also called for the officer who fired his weapon to resign saying he had other options besides deadly

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:51 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"You're listening to. Morning Show. All right period our last break of the day. You know these last brick. These last days of course have been trying times in America, but we're going to get through. We're going to get through and. Steve Harvey earlier. did something. that. Man put a lot on everybody's mind about the protests how to deal with the protests how? Yeah how the government will look at these protests and. He said it earlier, but we thought it bears repeating so here. It is again for you. Take a listen I. have something I to say. I've thought about this today. And I'll try to find the best way to say it. But. I want to say to all protesters. I WANNA come to us. Steve, Harvey I WANNA come to you as a sixty three year old black man. I WANNA come to you as Uncle Steve. I want to come to you as Whatever affection you have for me. I want you to understand that I'm coming. At you with this from a place of nothing but love. Because, I'm first and foremost african-american. When I wake up in the morning I can never escape that. It is a badge. That I have worn with on sixty three years I've never tried to run for the fact that I am black. I'm proud of it. I'm proud of my people. I'm proud of what we've overcome and how we've come this far in spite of all the obstacles, so what I'm saying to you is coming from nothing but a place of love. The subject that I wanNA talk to you about today is go home. Don't give him the satisfaction. And I want you to understand what I'm saying to you see listen to meet people I'm sixty three years old infiltrators have been higher to incite riots for years. Infiltrators. have been hired to incite riots for years see. The system has learned over the years how to deflate protest. See the last protests that was successful in this country to my knowledge. was doing the civil rights movement. See Martin Luther King had the cleanest way to get results through peaceful protest. Now whether you agree with it or not, it worked. So listen to me because he produced changed in the voting rights at it produced things like affirmative action, schools became integrated. And a spotlight got put old bull. Connor's down there with the things that he was doing to protest. In Alabama amongst other things, the Rosa parks incident. All of this came about through peaceful protests. Now since then. The system. Has Learned how to change the narrative of all protests starting in peace and gaining momentum. One stay see that a peaceful protest is gaining momentum. They simply wait on the proper time. To incite the masses with either words or deeds I'm telling you I. Know what I'm talking about here which then allows them to change the narrative or simply flip the script? Listen to me folks. Go home. Don't give them the satisfaction and I want to show you. What's happening now? leadership has waited on this exact moment in time twice already. See instead of addressing the problem. He finds a way of making. A different narrative. Let me give you an example. He found a way to make callan carpet Colin Kaepernick, kneeling which was about this very topic and outrage that we feel in right now. Over the recent murders of innocent Black Man see Colin. Kaepernick was right. He had it right. But the flip. The changing of the narrative was made. See. His kneeling became against the military and the flame. Oh Man. Don't you know what happened? Then see that ended all the meal. It cost him his career, but even more hurtful was. We were no longer talking about racial injustice police brutality. And our leadership. Came in and made himself to be a patriot. And now. It's happening again. Listen to me. y'All go home. Don't give him the satisfaction. See was peaceful. Protests turns into burning and looting. which is being in incited. By people strategically place to stir up the angle and to start the burning and start looting. It a now allows bill. Two calls. A thing to happen. It allows them. Knowing this will happen. Knowing that they've been waiting on this to happen, it now makes it all about destruction of property and lawless criminal behavior, call looting, and it is set up to kill the original calls for protests so now they can send in the National Guard, squashed a civil unrest, and do it all under the law of breaking laws and curfews and the leadership in this country. Who Stop Talk about the invisible enemy call Corolla 'cause he couldn't defeat that, so he found the visible enemy again, and it's us again. We are the visible enemy, so he's now calling himself the law and order president. So he comes in to save the day ain't opened his mouth one time about healing, our nation, trying to show support against racism, not an ad. Now, he just shut all these law breakers down. Young people go home. Don't give him disatisfaction. This all wait for the first time since the civil rights movement. We have non whites joining. They are listening. 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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:30 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Listening to. Morning Show. All right period our last break of the day. You know these last brick. These last days of course have been trying times in America, but we're going to get through. We're going to get through and. Steve Harvey earlier. did something. that. Man put a lot on everybody's mind about the protests how to deal with the protests how? Yeah how the government will look at these protests and. He said it earlier, but we thought it bears repeating so here. It is again for you. Take a listen I. have something I to say. I've thought about this today. And I'll try to find the best way to say it. But. I want to say to all protesters. I WANNA come to us. Steve, Harvey I WANNA come to you as a sixty three year old black man. I WANNA come to you as Uncle Steve. I want to come to you as Whatever affection you have for me. I want you to understand that I'm coming. At you with this from a place of nothing but love. Because, I'm first and foremost african-american. When I wake up in the morning I can never escape that. It is a badge. That I have worn with on sixty three years I've never tried to run for.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:52 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

08:01 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"That floyd. Mayweather is going to pay for the funeral. Did you guys see that I did? The Floyd family has accepted. Offer his generous, very nice, very nice generous of Floyd. Yeah, he was on his heart to that was on his heart yet. while. Coming up at the top of the hour. We are going to take some phone calls. We're going to go to the phones. Eight, seven, seven, twenty nine Steve. We'll take a phone. Call right after this you're listening to. Morning Show Jarvis Masters has steadfastly maintained his innocence since he was sentenced to death almost thirty years ago. Innocent people on death row newly uncovered evidence posters, those claims of innocence I really believe face shown that women I would not been charged. John Deere Governor the PODCAST. What a day! And a set on deathrow listen to dear governor iheartradio APP on Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. So America is dealing with the pandemic. We're dealing with unemployment. We're dealing with racism. Some minority business owners are really really suffering from both the riots and covert nineteen pandemic Let's go to the phones. Talk to the people out everybody You know doing this time that we're all coping with on so many different ways. We decided to take some calls and just hear from some of our listeners. We don't have a all. We. Don't have a topic to topic is just what's going on in this world to down. It's all the same thing. I mean you know a moment ago, it was covert nineteen, which was to conversation and now I. Think we've gotten onto something. Desa equally as important in starting to have a more resounding effect or more people are than I, even thought it would, which is going to be a good thing for the cause, so we're GONNA. Go to some of our listeners on the phone Let's go to our first call. This is Steve Harvey. Who is this? Is My flying? I'm calling from Atlanta Georgia. Hi, Myra. Hey listen. You're business owner here. How is this affecting you? And what would you like to say? I would say Jesus be a Bob wire fence right now because. I have been through in a downturn I've been through the recession I've been through two three Republican administrations as a business owner and I can tell you I've never seen anything like this. This is crippling now. I know for a lot of businesses before we got it. These people out in the streets, pandemic has a close so many businesses. How is Your Business Close? I, don't you? You don't have to give the name of what what type of business do you have and is it closed? And what do you foresee happening? What she thought well I can tell you. This is my temper and business, and with this brand I've owned salons for twenty years over twenty years since nineteen, ninety nine, I moved to Atlanta in nineteen, ninety eight, and when I pull you. And we felt. Felt like the streets were paved with gold. This is not a political city. This is not a city like New York. Chicago Detroit L. A. The cost of living with debt for entrepreneurs. Though if you could see in, believe it, you can have it. This is about reality. Television Atlanta because I've been reality TV and I know what that looks like. This is real business people. Who if you set your mind to something? You had a drink. You could accomplish it, and it was not stagnant on politics and the. The cost of living allowed to be that, but this pandemic was nothing. Anybody could have prepared for in any way shape or form this the not like the housing crisis is not like the great recession where you could blame people who have forecast or over leveraged. This was something that would beyond our control and I'm in the beauty business where we can't. We can't stay sick feet away. You have to touch people and my salon and businesses have been closed that March twenty third. We opened three weeks ago. And to fifteen percent of the revenue that we normally do during this time of the year, which is our busiest time of the year, which is palm season, which is tax season, which is mother's Day every major holiday before June is off big time of the season and our business was at zero. And it was if I hadn't been the type of business that I am. My employees wouldn't see A. Because, my employees are actual employees are not contractors their employees, so if it weren't for the federal government stepping in and giving the extra six hundred dollars on top of the basic unemployment that they get, they would have been homeless, and this is disheartening. It's sad. It's troubling and all of this is too much. Too much. I understand that and you know we you know we pull in for you. You I mean we're praying for everybody. Get through. This is still going to be some challenges even with the stimulus packages, and and even when he gets back to a sense of all normalisation, still gonna be a bit, it just is. It's going to be a bit is GonNa take a while to get back to normal and I. Don't know what the new norm is gonNA. Look like either. I don't know if it's going to be. Anything like. Evan but before I can tell you that. There would never be. And you know what I'm okay I. Mean Things Change Life to change? What maybe this will cause some other things to be looked at and everything so hang in. Hey, I really appreciate your call me and we pull it for your sister. Thank you so much for the call. I coming up more of the Steve Harvey. Morning Show at twenty minutes after right after this you're listening to. Party morning show. So we were talking off air about the two students that were in the car in Atlanta. Pulled out and they were. The young brother from morehouse. Young lady that was with him. She's from spelman. I couldn't understand what the police officer was doing. They broke the windows to their car and immediately haze that young brother. Same Time tasing him. They're telling you. They're trying to get him to follow instructions and I'm trying to figure out. How can you do that after utilised tastes, somebody? Trying to protect his girlfriend in the car. That's one thing that the young man was doing and the cops were yelling Gun Gun Gun. I think. He said he reached down to get his his phone, so he could film it or something. That was just awful the. Gum! Yeah they're students. They were going home. A lot of people at that time didn't even know that there was a curfew in Atlanta because a lot of people were out and they didn't hear it, so they were on their way back home just after getting something to eat. Yeah, in a good news is mayor quiche lands bottoms? She was on our show earlier today. She took immediate action. Yeah, and those officers were were fired. Yeah, and the other three are being. I didn't see it. I've been hearing about it. I haven't seen it, but you know what's amazing to me. The training of these officers. What are they training? They're sending them out there too early because look, how many times have you seen a police officer with? They need on a culprits neck several several. I mean so obviously, that's training. Training things wrong man all right? We'll have more of the Steve Harvey morning, show and some trending news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Last night for artists across all different genres, coming together to perform their take on TLC greatest hits their biggest hits to well. If you missed it stream now on CW, TV TLC selected country music duo, low cash as the artists with the best cover song, and they collaborated on one of TLC's most iconic. Here's pretty. It features low cash. Was Separate..

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:44 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"I have something I want to say. I've thought about this today. And I'll tried to find the best way to say it. But I want to say to all the protesters. I WANNA. Come to you a Steve Harvey. I WANNA come to a sixty three year old black man I. WanNa come to you as Ankle Steve I. WanNa come to you as Whatever? You have for me. I want you to understand that I'm coming. At you with this from a place of nothing but low. Because I am I? Most African American. When I wake up in the morning, I can never. That it is a badge that I have worn with ANA for sixty three years. I've never tried to run for the fact that I am black. I'm proud of it. I'm proud of my people I'm proud of what we've overcome, and how we've come this far in spite of all the obstacles, so what I'm saying to you is coming from nothing, but a place of love the subject that I wanNA. Talk to you about today is go home. Don't give him the satisfaction. And I want you to understand what I'm saying to you see, listen to me, people I'm sixty three years. Old infiltrators have been higher to incite riots for years. Infiltrators! have been hired to incite riots for years see. The system has learned over the years how to deflate protest. See, the last protests that were successful in this country to my knowledge was doing civil rights movement. See Martin Luther King head the cleanest way to get results through peaceful protest. Now whether you agree with it or not, it worked. So listen to me because they produce changed in the voting rights at it produced things like affirmative action, schools became integrated. And a spotlight got put on bull Connor's down there with the things that he was doing to protest is in Alabama. Amongst other things. The Rosa Parks incident. All of this came about through peaceful protests. Now since then. The system. Has Learned how to change the narrative of all protests, starting in peace and gaining momentum. Once. They see that a peaceful protest is gaining momentum. They simply wait on the proper time to incite the masses with the words deeds I'm telling you know what I'm talking about here, which then allows them to change the narrative off. Simply flip the script. Listen To, me folks. Go home. Don't give them the satisfaction and I want to show you. What's happening now's. Leadership has waited on this exact moment in time twice already. See instead of addressing the problem. He finds a way of making. A different narrative let me give you an example. He found a way to make callan copper callen capper knicks kneeling, which was about this very topic and outrage that we feel in right now over the recent murders of innocent, Black Man, see Colin Kaepernick was rain. He had it right. But the flip. The changing of the narrative was made see his kneeling became against the military and the flag. Man Don't you know what happened? Then see that ended all the kneeling. It cost him his career, but even more hurtful. Was We no longer talking about racial injustice and police, brutality and our leadership? Came in and made himself to be a patriot, and now it's happening again. Listen to me, y'all go home. Don't give him the satisfaction. See was peaceful. Protests turns into burning and looting. which is being inserts incited. By people strategically place to stir up the angle and to start the burning. Start diluting it a now allows them. To calls. A thing to happen. It allows them. Knowing this will happen. Knowing that they've been waiting on this to happen, it now makes it all about destruction of property and lawless criminal behavior, call looting, and it is set up to kill the original calls for protests so now they can send in the National Gar- squash this civil unrest, and do it all under the law of breaking laws in curfews and the leadership in this country. Who stopped talking about the invisible enemy call? 'cause he couldn't defeat that, so he found the visible enemy again and is us again. We ought visible enemy, so he's now calling himself the law and order president. So he, he comes into save the day. Ain't opened his mouth one time about healing. Our nation are trying to show support against racism. None of that now. He just shut all these law breakers down. Young people go home. Don't give him the satisfaction. This all he wait for the first time since the civil rights movement, we have non whites joining in. They are listening. Don't let them change the narrative. Go home in peace. All Right Steve Thank you for that. We'll be back. With more of the Steve Harvey Morning Show right after this. You're listening to Steve Harvey Morning Show. Coming up at the top of the hour Miss Anna standing by with today's national. News Update and today guys is blackout Tuesday? 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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:59 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Morning Show is alive and well God is in a blessing business. He stealing control I have given no one else permission to lead guide or direct me. I'm on the four direction of my heavily father. And when I listened to that direction, it always turns out extremely well for me now because he gives us the power of choice, choose not to sometimes why because human? Human and why because sometimes just won't do what I WANNA do and guess what happens every single time. I fall short. Mess up and blow it strongly suggestive hobby that you started listening all the time one hundred percent. If I, just did it one hundred percent of the time, I'd be much much better off, but I don't and then neither. Do you so here we are. This is the morning show surely. Strawberry Hey good morning. Steve. Morning Caller Good Morning Steve. What's up, crew? Junior Moaning Moaning airbags and ladies and gentlemen. Only person is not on zoom call. Because technically he can't figure it out, but he's here with this verbally. His name is Thomas Miles. Yes. To build a baby? Three. Three to boo. I'm into. Thank, you hit a button. Tells you how to get on. something. Do you see Tommy on your computer? Yes, yes, yes, right there. To hit them TIC TAC toe buttoned up in the corner and you. Won't do it I. Get it, but I got to pitches a day now. I do too I. Do too Yeah I. Charleston here, we go. You know what it's been an amazing twenty twenty. Because I it was all about covid nineteen. Now is all about the. Murder of innocent black man and Covid nineteen backdrop. I mean you'd cut on the news now. You don't even mention cove. I mean it was every day. How many deaths after deaths after death but I want? You ought to be careful because this president is doing something that he does better than anybody I've ever seen and be very careful. y'All because my closing. Remarks I'm going to touch on that today, but I may wait. I may do it before close remark. I made you. I wanted a break. Get and then run it again for close. Because I have watched. What is happening and I want to forewarn the people out there because I'm sixty three years old and I've done a been through so many protests. I've seen how it works and I know how the system has developed a way to knock down all protests and doing it again and I want us to be aware and be careful. I want you to protest, but it has to be done peacefully if you could say no justice, no peace, but once you say no peace. We d they it allows them to change the narrative and I'm going to show you what they're doing. So we can be smarter and not hustle backwards. What we want to drag you go. Get the beginning of the year. We Lost Koby. I think that's where it all started. We Oh man! started. All right. WOW coming up at thirty two minutes after the hour. President trump threatens to deploy the military on US protesters. We'll talk about that right after this. You're listening to David Party morning show. Well the protests in the country had now lasted for seven days and yesterday President Trump said he is the president of law and order. And that's why he's deploying thousands of military troops to shutdown rioters and looters across the country, if necessary, but before he spoke, the military police fired, tear gas rubber bullets into a crowd of peaceful protesters take a listen to the president as he vowed to keep citizens safe as why I. am taking immediate, presidential action. To Stop the violence and restore security and safety in Americans. I am mobilising all available federal resources civilian military. To Stop the rioting and looting. To end the destruction arson. And to protect the rights of law abiding Americans including. Your Second Amendment this is the worst. Wait wait. Wait isn't a second amendment to right to bear on. This has nothing to do with dead this this has nothing to do with the right to bear arms. He just he just takes. Repeated shots at campaigning. But man as a.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:55 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Imagination, but we get up each and every day the leaving we can do better be better at part of that is having these existing relationships with police officers in our communities through at purpose, community, center, police, athletic leads, and all of these other positive interactions, so that we can create these lasting meaningful relationships outside just chasing somebody down the street, locking them up. May, hold on right quick. We'll be right back with more may ACACIA lance bottles you're listening to. Morning Show. I would back with a mayor. Kishan Lance Bottoms You know here's here's what I WANNA. Do and we're going to let them go because it's been a long, it's it's been a long night for her and it's. It's GonNa be a long day, so listen to me. We want to put a human side to a lot of these officers again. Listeners himmy clearly. These are not. This is not the policemen who had his knee on George Floyd's neck. This is not who these people are. Once. They have a duty to to to to honor the curfew to enforce the curfew. They have a duty. If, they can't. They cannot allow you to burn, and they cannot allow you to loop. That's against the law, so they have to do their job. What I'm asking our listeners to do and to talk to the young people as out here who are Alek I'm sixty three. I've seen this mind. Tire life I know when protests are working and I know when it started to make that turn and these protests. Protests have made that ugly turn to where it's getting into lawlessness, which is allowing this president, who could not fight the invisible enemy of corona and disappeared has now found the visible in the me that he can fight and again this us so Colin Kaepernick before now it's us and now they're going to be about these deaths and racism and things of that nature. He's GonNa. Turn it into. I am the. What he called himself the protector. Law and order President Man, please. He's been waiting on this moment and we cannot give him to satisfaction. Young people are mayor is making a true statement. These people who serve in Atlanta live Atlanta a lot of these brothers are raising black children, and to have the same talks with them that we have to have with ours about when you get pulled over by the police. They having the same compensation. Those brothers feel the same pain. We feel every time a black kill, so we've got to get respectful of them. If they are respectful of us and so far, that's been the case and we we need to just really may be careful out here. Peaceful protests is the only way. Mayor Get yourself some rest have of successful day today. we pulling for you and we love the job. You're doing a keep your spirits up from. We Talk to God about this and we talked to the people at the same time. All right, thank you I. Appreciate you and reporters talking again so. Thank you very much. Mayor Kyushu bottoms everybody. Thank. Very busy sounds exhausted. That this is hard. But this. This is her city. The city heartbreaking. And Man is tough I mean if you were look you. She tried to save everybody's lives. She don't want none of her constituents to die. She don't want none of her officers to die. She don't WanNa. Keep putting everybody in jail. She don't want this to happen 'cause she no listen to me. y'All is defeating the purpose of what we're trying to do. How test is excellent? I would to protest the sixty three year old black dude on this Mike understands diplo tests I'm which you, but once we turned it into burning and looting. I'm telling you man is all they want to flip the script so. So, they can now change. The narrative is all they want is to start talking about the lawlessness and look at this president I am the law and order president. He said nothing about ending racism. He said nothing about social justice he, as he been waiting on this one moment that he can stick his flag in the ground and talk about what he going to now he goes into military in and guess who they gonNA start shooting is us and guess who they gonNA. Rest is going to be us and then guess what he gonNA. Turn around and won't vote for him in November is GonNa be us. Coming out, got some black person on his damn. Campaign, you're talking about. They woke. Stay woke my ass. We wide awake. We are. Again, thank you to mayor. Kisha Lance about a bottoms of Atlanta and thank you for that all right. You're getting fired up, aren't you? We'll be back with more Steve Harvey Morning Show we're tired. You're listening to. Morning Show. Renowned Buddhist. Teacher Jarvis Masters has steadfastly maintained his innocence. He was sentenced to death almost thirty years ago on a new podcast. Dear Governor Jarvis poses the question. there. Find the execution of one in. The confines of his nine by four sal in San Quentin. Jarvis will share his riveting life story how he has managed to maintain a sense of. In the most dire circumstances are posted their. Their mind right now that. The riber in provide the details of the bloody murder trial that landed him on death. Really believed that they found that weapon. I would get charged. Here details from inside the courtroom as attorneys fight for his final state appeal with newly disclosed. The posters has claims of innocence. Will the California Supreme Court exonerate him a reaffirm his death sentence. Listen to dear governor on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Robert Lamb and I'm Joe McCormack, and where the hosts of the science podcast stuff to blow your mind. This show is the altar where we worship the weirdness of reality. If anybody ever told you ask the weirdest questions, it is time to come. 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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:26 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Everybody. We've got a special guest this morning. Only four a little while because we understand the duress that she's she's got a big day in front of a shared a long night last night. with. Mayor Kisha Lance Bottoms. Things. Listened I. Just Know Listen I. Know You catching it this city. Is doing some things that's beyond your control and you up against it. Let let me just ask you. This may first of all in this. How are you feel it you doing? Stay the grace of God is sufficient. I mean I'm I'm higher, but when I look at what's happening with. You know we've got officers on the street Birkin's. These long shifts, and you got so many people work into. Just keep our city staple. You know my my fatigue done compare. You know. A waterfall our listeners to understand I won't are protesters to understand this. That the policemen have a job to do. These police officers are not the ones who had the knee on George. Floyd's nick. They wear uniform. The majority of police officers are well intending people i. do believe that there are enough bad apples to bring the attention to the problem that we have and so I want. Our protest is to understand something. Protest is beautiful, nothing wrong with protest, but once turns into burning and looting. We are now allowing the system to change the narrative, whereas no longer going to be about Mr Floyd's death, and the murder of innocent black man. It's going to be about lawlessness, and I want people to take that into consideration as we move forward with all of. Yeah absolutely right, and even as we speak I'm at. Joint Operation Command Center and I'm talking to guys who I went to school with talking to about people. We went to elementary school with and I'm sharing that say because especially in Atlanta so many of our officers and our public safety personnel are a part of our community. They believe in love Atlanta, the same way that I do and when they take off their uniforms. They're black man in America and they're raising.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

08:04 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

"It hasn't worked and you see. What happened in Baltimore Freddie Gray. You see the outcome of that whole thing. That there is an injustice that is not being addressed in the ways that it should be. And I think that's at the place that we all are we all we understand it. What continues to concern me. Is that the message in the pain and the hurt in the need for change is going to get lost in the destruction. And I think for all of us. You know there's GonNa. Be a need for us to really study the civil rights movement. There was a thoughtful organization in plan outcome that they were seeking to achieve. and. What I saw happening in Atlanta on Friday was just keg is. What was the outcome? We were looking for an even when you see it across America, you're know. Businesses are being bird damaged destroyed, which is awful in an avid cell, but you're burning down black businesses, too, so that's what I mean about US having to be awful about. What we're trying to achieve in why we're trying to achieve it so when you. Bar Down the corner store. You're burning down the ten jobs that go along with it. In the vast majority of of These businesses employ people from inside of the community. That's the part were not being thoughtful about. Mayor I'm curious when you, when you reflect on your own life, and I and I've heard your your story you. You've been very candid about your own background, and and how you were raised. I'm wondering when you look back on your life. Are, there specific things that you think help. Prepare you for this moment. You know I. Often say that stand on generational prayers. And I would often as my my grandparents just to repeat their stories to me over and over again on justice, natural curiosity I've always had. About my family's history in my grandmother's grandparents were slaves in Cooperates Bill Georgia. And at some point during reconstruction I've heard that my grandmothers grandfathers served in Congress. Always own small businesses in. Eventually migrated to Atlanta and on my dad's side of they. My Dad was born on the sharecropper's farm in Mississippi. And part of the great migration moved to Chicago and my dad became a very well known entertainer. who will not says all the time, a good man who sometimes may bad decisions and You know my dad went to prison and. Everything about my life changed in that moment. In everything that I thought was solid in untrue. Disappeared in the blink of an eye. And I think that's why I have have so many sensitivities. On related to are just our struggles as an African American community because I know each and every day our community is full of people who get up in one do better. And they get it right and they don't ever stop trying. In the slightest trips as up over and over again, but all of these experiences. In this legacy of my family in America A. Carry with me, not stand on it. Yeah. I've I've covered a lot of stories around the world mayor. You know conflicts and natural disasters, and I always say when I come home, and I'm talking to my wife and my kids There are certain things that I find a lot more frightening than others in one of the things that I put at the top list is when there's a lot of despair when people are starting to feel desperate, because it becomes very hard than first of all you feel for those people who are feeling desperate. There is a certain empathy that you just can't that you have as a human being, but the other part of it is, things become unpredictable. We don't know how things are going to play out. We don't have people aren't necessarily going to behave when there's a lot of despair in the environment. How are you feeling about the future right now? We're in the midst of what's happening with these protests in this pandemic. What would you like to leave people with? We have to have hope. We have to believe that things will get better if my grandmother's grandparents who were slaves who I've seen the the record of of their value, fifteen hundred dollars for shepherd peak. If, he had not believed. That, there was something better on the other side at him. He would have given up and died in a cotton feel. In Crossville Georgia. But, even in the midst of whatever it was, and all that he face as UH slave. He believed there something better. For him and for his children and for his children's children. and. There's a line from by Angela whenever point she says I am the hope of the sleigh. Who We have to believe that we are the we. Are This generation of people who so many people whether it was. The slave trade middle passage in people who survived the Holocaust or In a number of hardships. Throughout history. That, there were people who said. I've gotTA. Make it for my children and my children's children. And that's where we are. I believe in this moment in time. We've got a say in the same way that Dr. King and Young and C T Vivian, so many others said. I may not get to the mountaintop with you. But this just in about me. It's about the future and it's about what's GonNa be better for all of us. Your words powerful Emmy you. Sometimes you make it easy and I do wonder if you. Don't have to answer this, but do breakdown ever seem so strong. You talk about your mother sobbing. When she called, you hadn't seen her sob except for. When there had been a loss in the family. How about you? Not Often. Not Not all is that I don't. Feel the emotions I I saw that Friday. But There is this. Supernatural. Strength that I I know comes nothing, but from the grace of God. I mean I'm tired on your table. Cranky even as we speak. But, you know this is no time. Not Be weary. well, mayor, thank you I know you've you've you've encouraged protesters to go out and get tested this week, right? That's one of these specifics that you're recommending in in terms of trying to curb this pandemic in the midst of these protests. Is that testing to be available people. I believe it's Denver. Who's done a very coordinated effort to set up testing sites for people who had been engaged in protests so when I get a break this morning I'm going.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

07:25 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

"Heard the news about George Floyd. Where where were you? How did you feel when you first heard that news? Quite, honestly, I don't like to I don't like to watch these moments. And I can tell you if I were not mayor, you know. I don't know how much evidence would take in and I think that's a coping mechanism because it just heart. So, much in it makes you so angry, it makes you feel so helpless. Actually I was talking to one of my kids. When I watch the video in I was talking to my daughter, she cheated know what I was watching. and. It has. All the feelings that everybody asks it just. It broke me in. For moment it was just watching a disbelief. now I'm not saying what I see. And I think for as horrific as it was watching the officer with his neon, his neck with was more disturbing was watching the other officer. Not Do anything about it. I was horrifying. I mean I I will say it. I watched it. I couldn't believe. One, human being was doing that to another human being I mean there's a reason the word human is in the word humanity. We didn't. We didn't see that at all. Yeah and I kept looking at the other officers face looking to see something. Looking to see something in his face. It showed he wanted to help. Or that? He had some concern, but. I just saw emptiness. The only thing he was concerned about was making sure that the bystanders who were pleading for Mr Floyd's lie didn't get any closer. It interfere with his martyr. Revolutions aren't a one time thing, but do you think we're going to be different after this? Mayor. I already now they're different one I. See White Police Officers, taking a knee with protesters already know that there's a difference the pain and anger helplessness. Not only did it being heard, but is it there's? There's a level of empathy that we've not seen with so many other. Killings across his country and I hate. that. Man had to be slaughtered in this way, but I would venture to say that he will go down really as a martyr. There, there is a change and I think that it's incumbent upon all of us to articulate. What it is! What what's the tangible? Outcome, we'd want from all of this. What is the point of satisfaction? and. The reality is this won't be the last time. That somebody is is killed by police officer. But our response tests to be different. Right. I sent you a text message after. Friday's press conference and I just sent you a simple text message, but I have to tell you that I I watched your remarks. Several Times rewound played rebound played again. Did. You think about. The these comments you're making in how they would be reflected through history. When I was done speaking. Friday I didn't know what I said. I had to come home and watch. It I didn't know what I what I said on Friday. And is an elected official in sure everybody can relate to this you you get up and you put on your clothes and go to work and there's A. You present in you think about what you say how you acting as professional setting. And What what you got on Friday. All of that was removed not just for me, but for all of us. And they're just happened to be some cameras that recorded. What I felt, but I. Guess it represented what so many people are are feeling across his country. Yeah I. Mean It touched on? A lot of different things in in a very personal way I mean I think as as a leader as a as a parent as a citizen as a historical figure you know. At this time in our history, it was powerful mayor when you when you were thinking about. How to respond to the protesters, the the the idea of enforcing the law, and yet recognizing that this movement was happening in America. This movement was happening in Atlanta. How did you think about how to balance that in your own mind? Sunday This has been a really tough balance because I feel helpless I feel angry I feel frustrated. But the balance to that annot that they are men and women who put on a uniform. Who Love and care about our communities. In who do it for all the right reasons in it's the vast majority of our police officers in our city. At least they do it with a good heart in with good intention. But then there's always. You know it only takes one encounter. For for it just to do all the good work out the door and. Part of what I said on Friday when I said I I can't protect you. Just as a human being I, know that there is a breaking point for everybody. And we all have different breaking points, but it's the tea in its frustration and anger in especially, in Atlanta we have a diverse police force. You know our officers are black men who had to take off that uniform. Then walk out. The door is a black man in America. So they're feeling all of the same things we're feeling, so it's a it's a difficult balancing act and I can't say that. I have perfected it with just trying to be cognizant of all of those sensitivities in just doing in in leading with the heart that I have as a mother as a daughter of the city. Who loves this city in everything that represents. It is a tough bounce. I imagine mayor and I'm just I'm just speaking as a citizen here of the of the world, and and I think to myself that sometimes. The idea of peacefully protesting while it seems. Like an eminently reasonable thing.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

07:57 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

"It broke my heart. It was devastating. There are no words in the English language that will convey the despair that I felt watching that man life. Leave his body and him scream out for his mother. Here. Get Justice for my city. My city has been going through a lot of pain. This is not the first second or third time you see all this other than this is what we have to do to get hurt. All over the country, people are filling the streets to protest police brutality and the death of George Floyd a black man who died in Minneapolis while a police officer. Kneel down his neck. Disturbing video of this was seen all over the world. We are all seeing so much pain and anger and outrage. In this episode I spoke with the Mayor of Atlanta. Key Chalance bottoms about how she's dealing with the crisis as a leader. As a mother of four children. All unfolding against the backdrop of a global pandemic. Most of America caught sight of her recently, she gave an incredibly powerful press conference this past Friday. We are better than Nisus. We're better than this. As a city, we are better than this as a country. Go home. Go home. Born and raised in Atlanta Mayor Bottoms was a lawyer and a judge and has been in office since two thousand eighteen. She's only the second woman ever to hold the job. Heard. There were rumors about balanced protests in Atlanta. Idea with a mother would do I. Call My son and I said. Where are you? I said I cannot protect you in black. Boys shouldn't be out today. I spoke to her about this important moment in history as black and Brown America, disproportionately face to deadly threats. Police brutality, and they global pandemic. I'm Dr. Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent. And this is corona virus, fact versus fiction. Thank you again. Mayor Bottoms I very much been looking forward to this. Let me just ask. How are you? Are you doing over the last few days? You know I'm doing okay. I think I'm doing as well as all of America's doing right now. It's Um. It's very stressful in exhausting time for all of us but I'm doing okay. Thank you for asking. Have you been worried for your own safety for the safety of the people that you love it all over the last few days? In s Sunday. That's a good question, the one think. Carrying heaviest on my heart right now is my eighteen year old. Because he's, he's eighteen and he very much to be in the middle of everything. That's happening. Anna I know that they're so much. That can go wrong so much that we've been watching. Go wrong across I I want to ask you a couple of questions about protests in the midst of a pandemic I mean we are truly going through something that is unchartered here. We don't know the impact that these protests will have on the pandemic itself the spread of the virus. There were some powerful moments of solidarity. Though during the protests people came together. They sang a hugged. They were walking hand in hand. Those and the images. A lot of people will see. At a time when so many people are hurting like this? Are Those moments worth suspending the physical distancing mandates. Feel. This is just this convergence of where we are. Globally like I, don't we? Any of us will see again and our lifetime. Getting a covid nineteen tests today. Because everything that we've talked about over the past two months. just became secondary or has become secondary so. I just I just hope that people will get tested and will remember that we are really. We're still in the middle of Panton. Our communities are sick in their tired. In they're dying dying from covid nineteen, dying from poverty dime from police. Brutality! We're exploding. These forces seen unseen covid. Nineteen is the one that's that's unseen. Police brutality is the one that we can say. I I. DO Wonder How how did you navigate? the policies regarding the pandemic in Atlanta specifically, which at times seemed at odds with the governor, the data for example in the state of Georgia did not show a fourteen consecutive decline, which was one of the guiding criteria for reopening things. As a elected leader. How do you? How do you balance that on Friday governor? Kim Call in as asked me. What do we need in Atlanta in what he can do to help and he's provided the assistance from the state that we've needed. And I think you know when you're in leadership it. You can't take things personally. I didn't like the decisions made about covid. Nineteen and I'm sure the governor didn't like lab response. To the decisions he made. But it didn't stop him as a leader from coming to me asking me how we could help. How the state could help in I wouldn't too prideful to go to him and say we need your help. Your the mother of four children mayor, three sons and a daughter. You're having conversations with them. I'm sure as many parents are with their children across America right now. I heard you talking about conversations. You've had with your own mother back when you were a child. Historic Times back then, and it feels like these are historic times as well all. I feel like sometimes. You don't know how historic something is at the time you're going through it. Does the gravity does the importance of what's happening right now? Has it settled in with you and your family? In terms of the conversation you're having. I asked my husband the other day at What will this moment in time be call and I don't think any of us know the answer to that. I just know it something extraordinary that we're witnessing and I said. In my remarks a couple of days ago. What we say in happening across Atlanta. We didn't see when Dr King was assassinated. And so we know that this is this. Is something different? And not only is it happening across America will now see a having the globe. And the question will be what will be the difference on the other side of this moment. Will. We continue to see the disruption and all that we've been saying over the past few days or Or will truly be a revolutionary moment, and I think about the words of Audrey lowered quite a bit. Revolution is not a one time event. Do you remember the moment when you first.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:44 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on KTOK

"Tonight mayor Keisha lance bottoms of Atlanta talk about all the institutional problems and Lana now I listen to talk about the school system I'm not real familiar with the land as far as the politics of Atlanta but I dare say if I would look I bet it's been said I've been decades since anyone a constitutional Republican has been in charge of anything in Atlanta I would assume they're all Liberal Democrats and so when you have institutional racism in the schools and what's the Democrats are in charge institutional racism and the court system when you have the Democrats in charge institutional racism in the police department what Democrats in charge why not investigate the Democrats on a Patterson practices investigation by the AG are William Barr because we have racism all over these major cities controlled only by Democrats and the media the media had on Keith Ellison and also ahead on mera lance bottoms not the questions weren't asked you and your party but in charge for half a century and a land it's been a century and a half if there is institutional racism and you're in charge of the institution are you a racist exactly it ended it really boils down to something that simple is whenever they bring it up I do I do it all the time you know bad gotten fired from fox I'd be asking these very simple questions well who's in charge you got Worf you got the the the little Mary Kay got forget his name right Jake up front right Jacob fry you got our Dando who's your police chief who's a Hispanic guy who looks black for all intents and purposes all three Democrats they heard all the copies have been on the force so explain to me where this came in how does trump put into this or maybe it's Russian collusion or maybe you can leverage the Ukrainians you know look at the sample question why are you folks always bringing up institutional racism when you control every institution or talking about and why didn't the media complicit with them why don't they have said very simple question you know why they wanna ask it because they know the answer and in it's a boogie man as long as they put it out there never it it's them it's a boogie man is out there they can always blame some rich white Republican down the road but the fact is it is always been always has been and always will be and they rely on this chaos there are people bill paying marchers in people to go out there and raise holy hell in cities because they need this and here's why they need because the amble about the fall on the Democratic Party it's already fallen on Obama's legacy and it's about to be even worse for for all the people you meet is Susan rice calmly clapper all above and the party is going to get hurt so they need this they've got nothing to stick not even the economy with this Chinese woman buyers so they gotta make something stick and what do they do they go back to old faithful racism institutional racism that they create and blame for some blame somebody else for what and lastly one other interesting thank you a lot of business owners especially in Texas who were arrested for going into business their own business and now many democratic governors and others are excusing looters going into those same businesses and all of a sudden the Wuhan virus corona virus covert nineteen doesn't matter anything at all yeah you can have ten people getting together now there's thousands of people and they're being courage to do so by democratic governors but Kevin Jackson we gotta go your website is the black sure I got it up right now and I anticipate sometime later tonight or tomorrow you gonna alright on this but I thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show I might add on short notice and but you continue to be a great a great American thank you thank bill I talked to Kevin Jackson the blacks look at his website let's continue with more of a line becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven if there is institutional racism and your been in charge of the institution for decades or longer.

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"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | Last month

"keisha lance bottoms" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Keisha lance bottoms was a guest on CBS news broadcast she was asked about president trump's tweets that local officials need to be quote tougher and if they did he might have to use federal troops this is not about using military force this is about where we are in America we are beyond the tipping point in this country and that his rhetoric only implying sat in he should just sometimes stop talking she said she hadn't heard directly from the White House stay with WBZ newsradio as we continue to follow protest here in Boston and around the nation less than a day after blasting off from Cape Canaveral the SpaceX crew dragon docked with the ISS marking the first arrival of a commercial space craft like Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center it was a long and slow approach with astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob bacon docking fourteen minutes ahead of schedule docking sequence is complete here again the property in complete the better honor to be here for small part of the ninety year endeavors from front line find the United States ship docked with the international space station most of it was done automatically they did fly their ship manually for a little while they say it all went well Peter king CBS news at the Kennedy Space Center it's six oh seven we go to Bloomberg now with business news plans for a new stock exchange were set back by covert nineteen but those plans are now back online the new exchange called members exchange but in industry parlance that already has a nickname or not Bloomberg finance reporter Lynn and new wind says mimics will compete against the established exchanges some of the biggest banks including Goldman Sachs and electronic traders like Citadelle security want to try and drive down the prices and stock exchanges and make them market more competitive I think the the current exchanges including nasdaq and New York Stock Exchange.

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