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Kim Potter guilty of manslaughter in Daunte Wright's death
"A a suburban suburban Minneapolis Minneapolis police police officer officer was was convicted convicted of of two two counts counts of of manslaughter manslaughter in in the the death death of of Dante Dante right right Kim Kim potter potter said said she she confused confused her her hand hand gun gun for for her her taser taser as as an an officer officer tried tried to to handcuff handcuff right right during during a a traffic traffic stop stop rights rights mother mother Katie Katie says says she she let let out out a a yelp yelp when when she she heard heard the the verdict verdict we we want want to to thank thank the the community community support support everybody everybody who's who's been been out out there there that that has has supported supported us us in in this this this this long long fight fight for for accountability accountability outside outside the the court court room room he he was was in in jubilant jubilant celebration celebration some some hill hill yellow yellow signs signs that that said said guilty guilty in in large large block block letters letters Minnesota Minnesota Attorney Attorney General General Keith Keith Ellison Ellison says says to to law law enforcement enforcement this this conviction conviction does does not not diminish diminish them them it it shows shows the the whole whole world world that that those those of of you you who who enforce enforce the the law law are are also also willing willing to to live live by by it it prosecutors prosecutors say say potter potter faces faces about about seven seven years years in in prison prison but but they they will will ask ask for for a a longer longer term term I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Officer Faces More Serious Charge in Daunte Wright Death
"A former Minnesota police officer who fatally shot motorists Dante right in April is facing more serious charges Minnesota prosecutors are now charging former Brooklyn center police officer Kim potter with first degree manslaughter in addition to the second degree count that she was already facing for the April shooting of a black motorist Dante right during a traffic stop activists were hoping that she'd face murder charges but potter's former chief had said she had meant to use her taser instead of her hand gun Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison reviewed the case and has concluded that an upgraded charge of first degree manslaughter was warranted for the officers reckless handling of a firearm I'm Jackie Quinn
"keith ellison" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Keith Ellison spoke after Shaaban sentencing today. Chauvin was found guilty in April of multiple murder counts for kneeling on Floyd's neck during a 2020 arrest, causing his death. Temperatures will begin rising this weekend as another heat wave settles into the area, with conditions becoming potentially dangerous on Sunday into Monday, in some areas, more weather in 30 seconds From the KBC Randy Wang Ukulele Update desk. The National Council on the Arts will now include ukulele legend Jake Shimabukuro on Wall Street. The major indexes closed mixed. Okay. ABC weather tonight, mostly clear in the evening than areas of low clouds and fog tomorrow, areas of low clouds and fog in the morning then partly cloudy Eyes from the upper sixties to mid seventies at the beaches to the lower to mid eighties. Inland. Traffic is now easier to deal with, with Leo 2.0 live at five for a more sensible right home. The literal weekdays at five on 7 90 K. ABC Now here's KBC sports. Why, thank you, Mr Kevin Trip, he said. The special word got to use the ukulele song. Time for a little ukulele Sports on K. ABC on a 2 30 Friday, the Dodgers suffered a no hitter because of the Cubs. They beat them for nothing at Dodgers Stadium last night, but they got a chance to fix things. Game two at seven o'clock Angels were playing the Tampa Bay Rays at four o'clock, The Clippers beat the Suns one of 6 92. Son still have a 21 lead in the Western Conference finals. But this thing is far from over the galaxy playing San Jose tomorrow at seven lfc Sporting KC Tomorrow at 2 30. And now it's rhyme time. I love to ride you love to ride. Let's ride together and have a good.
Reflections on the Year Since the Murder of George Floyd
"Attorney general ellison welcome to washington post. Live great to be with you jonathan. Thank you before we talk about the derek chauvin trial and the killing of george. Floyd have to talk about some breaking news that hit just about an hour ago. Your office released a statement acknowledging that you are taking on the prosecution of kim potter. She's the former book brooklyn center. Minnesota police officer Who shot and killed dante. Right on april eleventh. Why are you taking on that prosecution. Well we've been asked to take on the case and we're willing to do it because we're public servants and win. The public needs service. We step up to do the work we're called to do and so we're going to handle the case with seriousness with all due regard for the precious life of dante right And you know. And we're going to seek justice in an affair trial and let me just note for everybody can potteries presumed innocent given that you were the prosecutor in the derek chauvin trial. Is that a template for how you will proceed against can potter because every single case is unique cases are unique as fingerprints. All of them are different in many different ways. So we will. We're our approach will be tailored to the case itself and i don't want anyone to expect that because we did one thing in one case we're going to do the same thing in another case what people can expect as we will bring the same level of urgency and commitment and fairness and professionalism after that anything could be different
Minnesota's Attorney General Reacts to Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict
"Attorney General Keith Ellison, reacting to the jury's verdict today that former police officer Derrick Show Vin has been found guilty for killing George Floyd, When I became the lead prosecutor for the case, I asked for time and patience. To review the facts, gather evidence and prosecute for the murder of George Floyd to the fullest extent the law allowed. I want to thank the community for giving us that time and allowing us to do our work. Sheldon now faces up to 40 years in prison.
Opening arguments xx-cop's trial in George Floyd's death start Monday
"I'm Julie Walker opening statements in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin who is white and charged with second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd a black man are set for Monday the trial is expected to last about four weeks it will be live streamed and broadcast Floyd was declared dead after show up and pressed his knee on Floyd's neck for about nine minutes while handcuffed pleading he couldn't breathe judge Peter Cahill is respected and has a reputation as no nonsense Keith Ellison the state's first black Attorney General is leading the prosecution show opens lead attorneys Eric Nelson who often represents officers the jury is made up of nine women and six men nine of them identify as white forest black too was mixed race they range in age from twenties to sixties I'm Julie Walker
"keith ellison" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Number s. So you're gonna hide it seriously from the Star Tribune one week after backing it failed Push. The challenge Joe Biden's election. US representative Pete Stopper, has started to refer to Biden as president elect becoming the first Minnesota GOP congressional delegation to tip so it's not not news. It's not news unless you're part of the job, all of people that are checking everybody off the list Incredible. You know, you could knock another one off the list. Guys. It's okay. It's okay. Everybody. The search me was very happy. Just they just hit it just come up with things. We're just We're not. We're not going to make this. We're not going to make this a thing. Of course they do. Mention it ever has refused so far to call Biden president elect, though he has acknowledged the Electoral College is certification of Biden's victory, and noted the President Donald Trump's remaining option to the challenge election were diminishing. I know they thought news. It's propaganda, pure and simple. I mean, it really is. It's And they love it. You know, the Star Tribune's lapping it all up and they're gonna They're gonna do this that there were. There were just waiting the first time the words President elect Joe Biden come out of Emma's mouth or Hagedorn is mouth. There'll be another one of these stories, you know, they got to you got you got to engage in the right. Speak Otherwise, you know, the Star Tribune is watching. I mean, forget the fact that we've got riots happening in downtown Minneapolis and ST Paul. Almost every weekend where you've got to forget the fact that you've got, you know, violent counter protesters that Showing up with shields and weapons, looking to actually start fights and violence with people that are protesting against the lockdown measures every single weekend. We'll have to worry about that would have to report on that stuff. Don't Don't report on the fact that we've got a no go autonomous zone right in the middle of downtown Minneapolis. No, we're gonna waste ink space on Pete's Jobber, said the words president like Joe Biden. Everybody is good news. It's a good day. It's real say User friendly differently realizing it. You're right. I totally forgot about what happened over the weekend and insane balls. I remember reading about it on Twitter, but then doing prep this morning and I couldn't find any of them. Yeah, they're not reporting on any of the media's ignoring it because they suck. I'm just going to put it bluntly. They just they're They're awful. All right, let's go here. Speaking of offal and sucking this from the start Tribune Most days find man. Yeah, Just take a deep breath through. Yeah, the headline is this is the puff piece of all puff pieces they find his Ellison walks into thorny justice issues in second year is a G. Yeah, Thorny, thorny authority and all the walking is he walks so much? Well, that's what he does. He says that what most days find Keith Ellison on foot somewhere around Minneapolis looking like he's David David Carradine. All right, just just out there looking for justice. It's just out there just walking around. Yeah, we're going to find somebody who's life doesn't have dignity so we can step in and restore dignity to that person's life. He's just looking for justice that defined he's he's basically a modern day superhero, breaking up the day with a long walk often while listening to horror fiction. On podcast that what he calls our show. That's not that's a lot of people call our show. It's not nice. It's a favorite job running like it for Minnesota's attorney general, who does that not surprise one that he likes to point out, offers many parables for the sort of societal strains in which his office is playing an increasingly central role. Mm hmm. Okay. Horror fiction podcast. Like why does that not surprise me? That he enjoys just listening to what I want. I want to back up here. He's the kind of guy who roots for Freddy Krueger. Seriously. Yeah, sure. Chuckie's his favorite, um, taking out the trash. That wasn't about Freddy Krueger at all. It was those For us very solid. Give you kudos on that one. So that in the article, it was subsequently had a photo of Keith Ellison walking. E couldn't believe it right into the authorities were hold on. Is he wearing headphones? Because this is just gonna further? I don't know. Every day I have to say All right, hold on. I need you got your body. Okay, home. I'm pulling it up here on the Star Tribune. Incognito's like and print up their garbage. Um, let's see. No, he is not where you know he's not wearing. His blood's a headphone. No, no, There's nobody else around out there walking just out there. Just just walking David Charity just looking for injustice wherever you could fight. Ever looking for a problem to solve. Who can I sue? Yeah. Okay. So you also you? Somebody s here's the thing that's not happening. None of that is happening. He's not walking around listening to podcast. Think all the terrible thinking about all? Yeah, Societal strange, all the combinations. This is the things that he's listening to and how it's like lights. That's not that's not happening. All right. Now. Midway through his first term, Ellison has become the public face of two towering matters. They could come to define his legacy. George Lloyd in Cove in 19, And yet the pressure isn't visible on Ellison at a hero at least not publicly, even as a familiar Republican adversary emerges. As a leading contender to challenge him in 2022. Now we get into why this article is rich, setting up a potential rematch of the bitter and personal campaign that Ellison 12 years ago. He says. I'm not feeling the weight. I should be. Maybe, but I'm not. Yeah, because you don't really care. No, he doesn't. That's why you're not feeling the weight gave. He's an activist because you don't really care. And you know that. You know you've got a safety net, no matter what I mean, you could. You could turn that ages office completely upside down, lose every single case and it doesn't really matter because it's not going to affect your political future. Your political future is pretty well taken care of in the state. That least you seem to believe so at this point. Well, you get later into the peace, too, And it's interesting. Is he talking about Doug Wardlow Andrews, Right, You get you get later into the piece, and it talks about. Doug Wardlow, the Republican attorney and former former legislator who else and defeated in a bruising 2018 campaign, said he is actively planning to run again and is a wasting no time in painting Ellison as a partisan But later in here because he is yeah, he is. You don't have to paint him as one. He just shows up it in that color already it Ellison, though kind of shows his hand, though he said that he, Ellison said he is just is likely to seek a local office as a higher office one day. So he ruled out a run for Minneapolis mayor. His friend and mentor. Is that Xavier of Sarah who? Joe Biden couldn't pronounce his name? Yeah, the California attorney general first showed him the possibilities of serving as attorney General. Dude, you have no idea how evil you can be. As an attorney general. You have no idea how much pain you conflicted..
"keith ellison" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"What what else is attempting to do here enforcing the governor's draconian measures. I'm curious. If I've never heard, maybe you know if the guy was really doing his job. How many of the anarchists and arsonists that burned our streets back in May and June are actually have been convicted and doing time. If he was really doing his chop, I'll I don't think he is. Shouldn't we have heard something by now? I think I've heard of like 11 or two that have been going after our business owners. Yeah. Yeah, well, that's what Keith Ellison does. I mean, look, I mean, that's that's that's what he does. He's not gonna use the power of that office to prosecute people who were who were rioting after the death of George Floyd because he thinks that was all justified. He thinks that was and what's what sort of justice would you apply to somebody who was lashing out in anger at are unjust police system and blah, blah, blah the s rhetoric that he would put out there, but Keith Ellison in his Heart of hearts. You know, part of his world view is that private corporations are inherently bad. Every one of their big corporations. Whether your mom and pop business doesn't matter. They're inherently bad if they're working for profit than they are exploit a tive. They are exploiting people. If they are a for profit organization. He's a socialist. He's a Marxist. That's what they believe They think that anybody that's operating in a for profit manner ultimately is exploiting its workers and is exploiting the consumers for for profit. They're inherently bad, and they need to be fought and combat it at every turn. That's where Keith Ellison is the attorney general and that just look at his record. Look what he's doing with that office. He's doing nothing but going after businesses. Well, I'm glad you brought. I'm glad you brought that up because it actually is going to apply to the conversation We're going to get into with our next guest because That's something you need to be. I mean, even for me, Drew. I'm glad that you mentioned that because you're right, Keith Ellison. I mean, this is like a religion to him. This is he feels justified in righteous in going out and doing what he's what he's doing, and And to me. It's very much the same mentality that I believe. Brought about so many people in this country who on election day we're willing to go and commit fraud or to set up the scenario to commit fraud when it come when it came to this presidential election, and we're very pleased to welcome to the show, and it's been several years, so I've had a chance to speak with him. Arizona State representative Mark Fincham. It is the fantastic to speak with you, sir. And welcome to the show this morning. Thank you very much, John. Gosh, we haven't talked in years. Yeah, I was. I was listening to another show, and I keep an eye on. You know, I see you popping up and I know you've been making waves and really involved in what's been happening in Arizona, and I heard you pop of another show, and I'm like I need to get mark on our show so we can talk about what's happening. Let's let's back up here a little bit first, you know, drew night. You know, during I obviously spent several years In in Arizona doing doing radio and I still have family out there in Arizona is not a state that you would have anticipated to be tossed into the you know, sort of the controversial category. You know, the controversial category that has been tossed in like we have with these other battleground states. And yet here we here we are. We know that you're on the forefront of looking at election integrity, and especially with something's happening this weekend. Can you give up? Sort of a quick synopsis of why Arizona ended up being in the position that it's that it's an and I am genuinely curious if There has been or what The ramifications have been of what's been happening in California and the exodus from California into Arizona, and whether or not that had any impact on what you're currently fighting with right now. Yeah, that's like training right world history on a green of race. Well, I I'm not kidding. No, I know. You know, there's been a significant I just caught the beginning of your segment. Uh, here talking about Keith Ellison and And world views. There has been a massive exodus of individuals, not just individuals that businesses as well from California, Washington state. Oregon. I mean, you look around here even more so than when you were here. It's like You see very few Arizona license plates. Mm. That's stunning. You see Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania. Um, California. But I would say out of 10 license plates you might see two or three years on license plate. Wow. And typically, you would. You would talk that up to snowbirds in Arizona because we have weather to die for. But More importantly, during the summertime, you're seeing this and a zoo. You drive through a residential neighborhood, you know people with their their vehicles parked in the driveway. It zero almost borderlines on absurd, but but here's what's happening. You've had these businesses that have just been taxed into oblivion. You have a dictator Governors like Newsome and, um you know some Cuomo Wow. Walls are governor. Yeah, your governor a Z well, and by the way, Minnesota. There's a lot of Minnesota place here, too, so people are moving their businesses here, or at least they were at one point. The problem is that they don't recognize that it's their world view that turned their states into a crap hole. So they were going to do it. Spreading it around big parasites. You know, everybody says Well, yeah, but It's a lot of Republicans that are moving to Arizona because it's the safe space. Okay, that may be so. The problem is that what is Republican and one state? Doesn't necessarily comport with a Republican worldview and another. That's the joy of the American experiment. Great point So you have people coming from California that think nothing of paying $1.5 million for a cracker box of a house. They come here, and it's like holy cow like and by five houses for that kind of money. Yeah, Okay. But here's the problem. Your attitude, your world view your values. May not line up well with the values of the people that have worked, busted their butts to create the environment that you are now benefiting from And for you to come here and say, Well, I don't mind. You know, it's a John. You're gonna laugh at this one. Our county manager Chuck Huckleberry, You know you haven't heard any His famous line is well, It's just, you know, when it comes to how much your taxes you're going to increase its like the cost of a lot. Okay, Well, you have 1000 Lottie's over the summer. You now have doubled your property tax. You can't keep going to that well over and over again. So you compound that now with the financial Storm that we have. I think we've weathered fairly well in Arizona. We were looking at a $1.1 billion deficit and By God's Grace. I think it looks like we're going to come out of this thing. For the last fiscal year. I haven't seen the final number yet, but We're 3 $400 million in surplus. How that happened. I'll never understand. But a t end of the day people consume consumer behavior did not change all that much. Yes, you had. Maybe 30% of our businesses are gone forever. This is people who mortgaged everything. This is like a This is like a cautionary tale for South Dakota, right? So mark, Let's let's let's shift gears here real quick. We're talking with what there is in a state representative Mark Fincham. Was there an expectation was very concerned, and then I just do quick question here and then I want to get into what's happening with election integrity and what's going on this weekend. What you guys are hoping to do uncover, but was what was the concern and was there a concern of Biden actually winning Winning the state There. Were you or others fairly confident that Trump was going to carry was gonna carry Arizona. Well, we were very confident and in fact, we're still very confident, which I'll get into the election Integrity piece in just a minute. But I mean, you you saw maybe maybe Two old women in a man Waving a sign on the corner every other weekend, providing However, you saw miles of people in the Trump train every weekend. So when we began to see these, and we've been suspicious, obviously the media is not our friend. There never has been. But when, when we start to see these polls coming out by the 47 Trump 46. And you look at what's going on in the community. And you listen to the things that people are saying. Insert the question, okay? Is this a sigh up Is this psychological countermeasures operation that they're engaged in? Or is this something that there really are the the silent Democrat voters? Like the silent majority. Well, okay. Are these the silent minority? And.
"keith ellison" Discussed on 600 WREC
"It's Alabama's morning news. I'm J T and joining us now. Former Congressman Trey Gowdy. Trey, Welcome back in. I'm glad you're with me this morning. Thank you Appreciate you having me You and I actually met with Gary Palmer fundraiser when he was running for Congress. I guess what 34 years ago. It's been awhile at a guess the home of some folks that were donors and But I thought you and I agree to never discuss that publicly that we knew Gary Palmer. I'm sorry. My bed. All right? Don't tell him about a week. Take Miss Carrie. No. I want to know what have you been doing? This whole former thing has really got not only me, but a lot of our listeners upset that you have called in today with Congress. Come on, man. Trey, Trey Gowdy for president to your soon in four years. I can't afford the alimony and child support of that decision. I have been Trying to make up for lost time with Ah, my bride of 31 years. I've gotta sew on the finish law school daughter this in law school, and I've just my parents, Thank the Lord or still in good health. Although you know they're in there. They're in their eighties and I was eight years was enough for me in Washington. Well, you did a fantastic job, and I think a lot of people miss you and you were so spot on and we miss you. So when you look at what's happening around our country right now, my gosh, it is. It seems literally and figuratively on fire, and people are so divided in this country right now and where they stand. I mean the initial hate in the fuse that was lit when President Trump beat Hillary Clinton by the left is just nonstop, and it continues as we speak right now, and you've seen what's been happening in these Democratic led And run cities. They're on fire and literally and destruction because of everything happening your thoughts on first of all globally, taking the look from a distance on all of this in our country right now. Yeah, it looks terrible. Ah, What I don't know is and I have to continue to believe. Ah, that most Americans don't want to live like that, Um, that We want a justice system that is respected and worthy of respect. We understand that there are bad apples in every profession. Believe it or not, there might even be a few bad apples in politics or the media. Um, I think what frustrates some folks on the right is all of the discussion about police misconduct and how we should have higher expectations for law enforcement. And yet you have an FBI employee. He pleads guilty last week, and there's almost no mention of it. So if you're interested and police entities that we can all have confidence, and how about we start with the FBI? But you know, the left doesn't want to talk about FBI misconduct. They just want to talk about Minneapolis on and Portland and Seattle and your local police department. If we're gonna talk about you having a justice system, we could respect. How about we start with the FBI? Yeah, I'm with you in the false narrative that's going on about police departments and what they're doing. You would think if you just landed on this planet that all police officers hate black men. It's just outrageous. Now. What happened in your employ? Can't wait to shoot innocent people. That's what you would think if you want. You know, the George boy thing was horrific should never have happened. You know the cop right there. It went too far, OK, but that that is. He's been charged with murder. He's been charged with murder. And Keith Ellison is the G in Minnesota, who was one of the most progressive members of the house while I was there, so, But Okay, so you have what happened in Minneapolis and there's a There's a murder charge. What is the causal connection between what George Floyd His being victimized and creating more innocent victims in Portland argued. How are those two causally linked? How does it honor the memory of George Floyd? To shoot lasers in the eyes of police officers and set things on fire in Portland, Oregon. But I don't hear the media asking for that causal connection. Well, I think you know is horrific. Is it Woz and I think it's a dishonor to that man George Floyd to use him in upon like this. Politically and what's happening with slam against this president and how it seems everything that goes wrong in this country's president Trump's fault he's responsible for the deaths and Corona virus. He's responsible for what's happening in our cities across the country, even though they're led by Democratic leaders. I just think that this You know is being used politically more than this whole thing should be right now. And it's got that you saw what happened in Wisconsin Over the weekend, A black man was shot in the back by police officers, but that's the headline. But what really happened was This guy was a criminal and acting as if he may be going for a weapon in a situation so trade do you have to run or can you hang with me for another quick segment Say I've got a car I got I got an 8 50, so I gotta but I got three minutes. Yeah, I've got a break here. We're up against the clock here. So I'll tell you what? Let's get you back in. If you can hang on one second here, I want to find a way to be able to get in touch with the Jonah field. Yes, we'll find out how we can do that with trade trade. Thanks. Hold on. John will talk to us or we'll have you back later. Good to talk to you. Thanks for being with me this morning, sir. You take care. All right. 7 47 Alabama's morning news coming up next. I love talking with him and we will get him back this week. Cyber safety parents listen up now been warned..
Minnesota Judge Lifts Gag Order In George Floyd Criminal Case
"Lawmakers have voted to ban the use of choke holds and neck restraints like the one that killed George Floyd in Minneapolis on Memorial Day. The judge of the trial of four former police officers involved lifting some of the limits placed on their attorneys. District Judge Peter Kay held lifted the gag order during the hearing, but said he still expected attorneys to adhere to rules on disclosure. The judge, in effect sided with the defense who said their clients could not respond to negative publicity under the order into other important issues before the court judge Cahill chose not to discipline Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison for commenting on the case during the gag order, saying Ellison's remarks weren't harmful. The judge also took a defense and Media organisation request to release body cam video of the incident. Under advisement.
"keith ellison" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Keith Ellison. Thank you for speaking with us. Thank you. The world of high fashion was rocked last week with an announcement. Nobody was expecting that go back accident cap looking my chick. No sweat. Yes, That's right. Kanye West is launching a new clothing line with the gap. Yes, the gap. Maybe not the first place that comes to mind when you think cutting edge fashion. Now, if you're wondering, Kanye West does fashion Well, yeah, he's become a big name in clothing with his easy brand easy so far is known for two things. It has sneaker line with Adidas that routinely sells out and there's Kanye's own couture fashion shows. That is Kimba scene. He's a luxury reporter at Bloomberg News. Despite the pairing between easy and the gapping, a little unconventional, the market's seemed to like it really like it. Investors hope that Kanye West is going to make gap cool again. Shares rose 42% on Friday. That's the biggest interday gain we have on record, according to our Bloomberg data that goes back to 1980. It's obvious at least investors think that this is going to do something for Gap. OK, so Wall Street's happy and, understandably, so Kanye's easy line of sneakers with the details might be worth up to $3 billion according to Bloomberg, But still The gap. Kanye seems to have a special place in his heart for gap. He worked there when he was a teen in Chicago. So maybe that has something to do with why he decided to go with Gap. Fair enough. So from a designer who sells $300 sweatpants, maybe now something a little more accessible. And it helps the gap out to says pursing. This gives gap kind of a cool factor. There's this halo effect that brands have and through Adidas and easy gap should feel some of that. With that association, the first set from this 10 year deal lands in 2021. No word yet.
Minnesota Attorney General Sues Exxon Over Climate Change
"A growing number of states and cities are asking courts to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for the costs of climate change. Minnesota is the latest state to file a lawsuit like this. The state's Attorney General Keith Ellison claims that Exxon, Mobil the American, Petroleum Institute and Coke Industries strategized to deceive the public about carbon emissions and attorney general joins us now. Welcome Bank you for having me. What evidence do you have? These organizations intentionally deceived the public. Well, you know we have. Documents such as One, stamped proprietary information from Exxon, engineering, which says the CO two concentration. The atmosphere has increased in the rate of Co. two release from ANTHRO GENYK sources appears to be doubling every fifteen years. The most widely held theory is that the increase is due to fossil fuel combustion, and that document was from when that document was from October. Sixteen nineteen seventy nine. Th that's so. They knew in seventy nine, and then they lied about it actually they produced propaganda. Woods, which essentially said things like who told you the earth is warming chicken little? And then other ones, the most serious problem with catastrophic global warming is that it may not be true. They directly contradicted what their research around. We can prove that and we will. Today, there's a lot of good information about the causes of climate change and the consequences that will have and yet Americans still commute by car and take cross country flights, so tell me how you can argue that anyone's behavior would have changed if Americans had known more earlier Oh. There's a lot of technologies that we could have engaged in a lot of different sorts of things including moving toward renewable energy sources including rapid transit that might be less carbon emitting. There are a lot of things that people are doing right now to reduce the carbon footprint. We've seen dramatic increase in solar and wind usage in the last few years. Mean the world is adjusting? What if we would've just had a ten or twenty years to make that adjustment rather than the limited amount of time that we have now now the first paragraph of this lawsuit you mentioned that climate change will disproportionately impact people living in poverty and people of color, other climate change lawsuits have not put this issue, front and center. Why did you WANNA put equity in the foreground of your case? Well codes is true. Which is always important? You know to make sure that we tell the story about what's really going on here. So many civil rights groups that work on issues of racial and economic justice don't always factor in the environmental realities that people of color and low income people face. I mean the fact is. Is that environmental justice and environmental harms that disproportionately affect communities of color and low income people? Is a civil rights issue, and it should be treated as that. We've got to make sure that as people are working on criminal justice and things like that factoring environmental justice as urgent as it is, give us an example or two of how climate change has already affected the lives of Minnesotans well I. Mean if you're a farmer, you probably have seen much wetter feels than you've ever seen Those wetter feels delayed. You're growing season. We've seen you've seen infestation in. In Pass that are impacting There are a lot the range of things that MINNESOTANS are seeing. Every day. We saw many of them just last week. One person who was with us was an environmentalist who is on the wider nation of GIBB. Way And she was talking about how rice production has been dramatically impacted, which is a she called a sacred food of the way people, and how the just climate change, the traumatic dramatically affected how they can harvest that crop. We reached out to the defendants for comment and Exxon Mobil responded calling the lawsuit. A politically motivated campaign against energy companies, saying that wastes taxpayer money. How do you respond to that? City by wasted money into them, you know they need to come in come to the table and talked with us about how they're going to mitigate the harm that they caused. You know they need to discourse their profits. They need to start telling the truth about the deception that they have put forward any to help us get on the path to renewable green energy. That's what they need to do but of course you know they've lied from the start. There's still lying. So that's just the way they do business you know there have been a lot of other cases like yours and so far none have been successful New York's attorney general lost a case against. Against Exxon Mobil others or taking a long time to resolve, what makes you think this one will be successful where others so far have not been? We have great confidence in Minnesota's consumer loss I mean this lawsuit claimed fried failure to warn multiple and separate violations of consumer fraud statutes deceptive trade practices. We can show that they have done it now. I'll never underestimate their ability to op. Escape trick and avoid, but we're even more confident in our ability to put on a strong powerful case that will require that. They have to be held accountable, so imagine for a moment that you do in this case. What do you want the impact or consequences to be? What we want is to disgorge their profits we want. We're seeking out remedial and injunctive relief in restitution. And we believe there needs to be a corrective public education campaign. They need to stop lying. Start telling the truth. They need to teach people that what they had been saying wasn't true that there that there is one there is climate change to it's caused by fossil fuels and its effects are catastrophic. We believe that the money that they have received based on their deception is ill gotten gains. They should not be allowed to retain it. Minnesota Attorney General Keith and thank you for speaking with us. Thank
Minneapolis City Council members to vote to disband police dept.
"A veto proof majority of the mean Minneapolis city council says it supports the disbanding of the city's police department in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd nine of the council's twelve members appeared with activist at a rally in the city park yesterday afternoon council president Lisa Bender said she and the other council members are committed to ending policing as we know it do what's necessary to keep every single member of our community safe tell the truth the Minneapolis police are not doing that our city's relationship with the Minneapolis police department it is a policing as we know it community activists have criticized the Minneapolis department for years for what they say is a racist and brutal culture that resist change councilmember Jeremiah Allison son of Attorney General Keith Ellison said the council will launch a year long process of community engagement to figure out new ways to keep the community safe we did a study last year of nine one one calls and we realize that out that one of the top calls the police make our for our what we call emotionally disturbed persons or mental health calls do we need to use a for someone with the use of force background to answer that call do we need a gun present a call like that do we need a gun president Atta and a call for forged twenty dollar bill I think that I think that the engine that is now and we've got it but we've never as a country leaned into figuring out how do we address issues like this without force and and I think that my my colleagues and I are committed to figuring that out the state of Minnesota launched a civil rights investigation of that apartment last week and the first concrete changes came on Friday when the city agreed to ban chokeholds and neck restraints
"keith ellison" Discussed on KTRH
"From everybody is upset over George Floyd too no no we're set then you are because you have to show a difference between Democrats and Republicans let's show you how upset we are we're so upset this is Keith Ellison Attorney General of the state of Minnesota that we support antifa then antifa Barnes a city down well we support black lives matter in in all the well meaning corporate types in America said yes let's write a check to black lives matter yes they speak for black people they speak for the community the black community and we need to listen to them let's beat down drew Brees and listen to black lives matter except what started it in the environmental movement as let's take better care of the earth became less ground all planes do away with cars no plastic straws in no manufacturing right that's what it starts in a good place it ends in a radical agenda and those people were just waiting for the legitimacy of getting to speak for movement and so black lives matter became defined the police the mayor of Washington DC mayor Bowser allowed them to paint black last matter on the street and then they added equals the fund the police now they're asking her do you do you support that too because guess what they've gone from the tyranny of a lockdown in all the cities to the anarchy of warning no cops so now Donald Trump who is being blamed for every problem is saying law and order and Biden has nowhere to go he made his bed he'd lay down with dogs now he's get up with fleas the fund the police there Joe Biden has that working now Thomas zero Michael berry show go ahead Sir I was gonna say with these the mode to define the blazer disband the place in Los Angeles Minneapolis in other places I think the the president of those police unions are to stand down for twenty four thirty six hours they should all news conference on next Thursday and Friday we're going home at five o'clock Friday and if you got a problem call the mayor will see it Sunday afternoon or Monday morning and that would end that right away because the law all of those who would just go through the roof yeah yeah you're right the only problem is and I think it's hard for people to understand this law enforcement officers have a sheep dog mentality they are protectors so if a mother is criticized for her parenting she's not going to let her kid go out and play in the middle of the busy freeway to prove to everyone else she was doing a good job she would rather be criticized and protect her child then she would win the argument B. because what she cares most about is protecting them and that's how cops are built that's how they're wired that's who and what they are you know the fact that the left in C. this is Biden's worst nightmare this is the problem with playing with fire figuratively and in this case literally is that this thing can't be controlled so they needed to fire up the base and they needed to convince black people did you gotta get up go out and vote Democrat because Donald Trump is your problem wizard you live in a city run by Democrats the city council run by Democrats how how is this Donald trump's issue at all what he hates you and you're black you're pissed off so vote against him and put Joe Biden Joe Biden is the one who wrote the ninety four criminal justice act that criminalized a lot of ticky tack things that sent people to jail and prison particularly blacks that was supposed criminal justice reform correct ma'am all in lower levels of drugs because we were we were going to we're going to declare war on drugs which Reagan had already done but that was Clinton Joe Biden and and R. Ted Kennedy more buying than anybody he was ahead of the Judiciary Committee this was the guy are pushing for this thing and yet and yet they convince people well trump your problem let's go burn down the church across from the White House and tell trump we hate him let's see if we can bait trump into some racism let's do that well what happened was nobody wanted to tell black lives matter all right your your calm down you get a little out of control because they were able to mobilize between them an antifa those are two radical groups that's the disturbing part about these corporations writing checks to black last matter you don't know what black lives matter stands for black people do not want to be part of that organization not black people with a job not black cops not black veterans find out what that organizations about but now that they've had their moment they're not gonna stop there they're gonna drag mayors for you gonna define the police are there seriously moving to deform the police they're taken steps they're excited wait until America gets a good whiff of exactly what they're out to do let's see how that this thing's going to blow up in in Joe Biden's face do keep calm and listen on don't you try it's how we do it around here this is the Michael berry show if you need commercial plumbing I suggest abacus plumbing these folks are very very good at what they do they don't just hire plumbers and then send them out on calls they keep training they keep teaching them newer things as construction models change as new materials come in as as the codes change they're fantastic at what they do they're.
George Floyd murder suspect to appear in court in Minnesota
"The former Minneapolis police officer charged with the second degree murder of George Floyd will be in court today the original charge of third degree murder was upgraded last week by Minnesota AG Keith Ellison to unintended second degree murder I believe the evidence available to us now supports the stronger Charles this is Casey believes a solid but historically it's been difficult to convict police officers of murder Hennepin county DA Mike Freeman has been successful in that endeavor however the conviction of former officer Mohammed nor for the killing of Justine Ruszczyk as he responded to her nine one one call nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison if shopping is convicted he faces forty years in
"keith ellison" Discussed on KTOK
"I'm shocked at how many people will look at things that are going on it's a L. it makes sense since people were in their homes and so there's gonna be violence in their home I was in my own not shooting anybody all people are frustrated well I'm very frustrated how bout you you frustrated we're not shooting anybody well their businesses were destroyed mmhm yeah a lot of people than some of my voice our business was destroyed there not going out and destroying other people's businesses well I've gotten the wrong end of the deal the police yeah they have they have at times at times I mean this guy would have had an encounter with police is not like they just pulled over you know because he was driving while black you know he was in the midst of a crime and dropped a bag of drugs as they were running after him so it's not like you know he could have avoided the police it's not like they sought him out now that doesn't mean that we shouldn't get to the the the the harshest sentence for this police officer that he deserves but I don't think that's happening the George Soros backed candidate Keith Ellison he's he's he's upping this to second degree murder and everything I have read on this I don't think he has a second degree murder charge I don't think he has it he is he's gone from address is in danger meant which is basically their third degree murder to where you are just you're just totally wrecked look reckless with abandon and it causes somebody's death he's gone from that to really murdering the guy and all the other guys are that were on the police force with them at that time they were all in on it you're going to have those three police officers walking you might have that this police officer walk that's how would you chart no prosecutor would ever charge them with that because you have a good chance of losing then what you have more riots on the street well isn't that nice old because of Keith Ellison son who's on the city council you're not gonna have any police Minneapolis congradulations I can't even imagine what your property values are going to be like a year from now Congressional Budget Office came out and said that the economy will take ten years to recover from the impact of coronavirus ten years target and Walmart have closed hundreds of stores between them last in the last week because of the riots adidas has temporary closed all of its stores all.
"keith ellison" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"At those circumstances and say wait why haven't you done something when I saw the other night to Keith Ellison the Attorney General of Minnesota who is a supporter of antifa when he announced the charges for Derek job in those other three were upgraded to a murder to murder the second degree he talked about the institutional racism in Minneapolis and I looked online it's been more than a half a century since a Republican was in charge of city government in Minneapolis and so if in fact there's patterns and practices of discrimination by these big city of mayors and the police department the one party in charge of that would be the Democratic Party so how can Keith Ellison and governor Tim Walz and merit Jacob fry and mayor Melvin Carter decry racism which all of us do an institutional racism which all of us do when their party's been in charge for more than half a century can they step aside and say the institutions that I'm in charge of a racist and even though I'm in charge of the institution keep me in power what black folks by that no they won't and they aren't that's what the trend lines are showing the trend lines are showing they're not buying it they don't believe it anymore they they've been lied to for decades they've been promised things they've never received they've been offered help they've never gotten and they continue to vote for the Democratic Party that the party that does not fulfill its promises and you know what Donald Trump has proven to fulfill his promises and that's why he's picking up the support that's why the Democrats in one last attempt to hold one of the black I think it exploited the terrible tragedy of George Floyd's death and murder if you want to call it back yeah they have yes and they have exploited that with this anarchy and are trying to blame trump on it calling him a racist what a ridiculous thing he's done more for the black votes than the Democrats the bill it all ended up in the last fifty years when Dr Lamar the proof will be November the third if your prediction is accurate I can't wait to see the reaction of ABC NBC and CBS on the evening of November the third if in fact you're correct and black voters say you know what we're going to go back to the traditional home which is the Republican Party and then it's all over for the Democrats don't go the way of the know nothings in the way exit we'll see what occurs but doctor a lumbar thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show and when is your next book out well I haven't written the next one I'm thinking about doing one later this year will see Dr Gerald amero thank you again for coming on the bill Cunningham show thank you it's great to be with you let's continue with more bill Cunningham here the great American life with you every Sunday night.
Minnesota AG Ellison warns: ‘It’s hard to convict the police’
"We're confident in what we're doing. But history does show that there are clear challenges here. Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says. Despite the national outcry, it will be an uphill battle to convict the former police officers. What I do not believe is that one successful prosecution can rectify the hurt and lost that so many people feel Minneapolis. Police have released two hundred thirty five pages of highly redacted personnel records for the four officers involved in Floyd's arrest. They show Derek Shaaban. The officer now charged with second degree murder at. At least seventeen previous misconduct complaints with the department, he was given a notice suspension, and was also reprimanded for removing a woman from her car. In two thousand seven Alexander Chung had been an officer less than six months at the time of Floyd's death prior to joining law enforcement, the four men held a variety of jobs including working at McDonald's target home, depot and service in the United States army, they now face between ten and forty years in prison, if convicted and Floyd's
"keith ellison" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Today filed a tougher charge of second degree felony murder against the police officer at the center of George Floyd's death and charged three other officers with aiding and abetting the decision delivers a victory to protesters galvanized by a death that roused racial tensions and unleashed coast to coast unrest the most serious charge was filed against Eric Shelton who was caught on video pressing his knee to the on armed and hand cuffed black man's neck eight minutes three minutes after he becomes unresponsive Minnesota state Attorney General Keith Ellison made the charging announcement today I believe the evidence available to us now supports the stronger charge of second degree murder second today arrest warrants were issued for former Minneapolis police officers J. A. king Thomas lane and to trial finally I'd like to announce that today in every county attorney Michael freemen and I filed a complaint the charges police officer king lane in town with aiding and abetting murder in the second degree a felony offense I strongly believe that these developments are in the interest of justice for Mr Floyd is family our community and our state bystander video of the police killing shows the officers ignoring George Floyd's please saying you cannot breed and bystander please that officers get off of him Floyd was later pronounced dead the widely seen footage of Floyd's may twenty fifth death has sparked protests nationwide and around the world the four officers involved were fired but only show van was initially charged speaking earlier today Floyd family attorney Ben Crump said he had confidence they would all be held accountable we are confident that Attorney General Keith Ellison is working.
"keith ellison" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The general Keith Ellison says the three Minneapolis officer seen on video while their fellow officer kneels on George full I connect now charged with aiding and abetting a murder the officer was already set because Floyd's death Derek Jarman now faces second degree murder charges you control the past all we can do is take the case that we have in front of us right now and do our good faith best to bring justice to the situation and we will the other officers to without J. H. young and Thomas lane are now in custody for president Obama held a virtual town hall and spoke for the first time about the death of George Loney mayors county executives others who are in positions of power to save this is a priority this is a specific response and Obama said it's important to take the momentum from the protests and use it to have an impact the latest fox news poll takes a look at three battleground states that could determine the outcome of the November election a new poll shows likely democratic nominee Joe Biden leading president trump forty six to forty two percent in Arizona and forty nine to forty percent in Wisconsin in Ohio however Biden said just just forty five to forty three percent within the margin of error making that stated toss up many polls have shown the president with an edge in dealing with the economy in each of these three states three out of every four respondents classify the economy is fair or poor the survey shows white men and white evangelicals supporting the president while women Hispanic voters and those under age forty five flocked to Biden colonel Scott fox news Virginia governor Ralph Northam expected to announce plans tomorrow to remove a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee that's according to the Associated Press America is listening to fox news this news brought to you by Adleman financial engines use radio kale BJ I'm John Cooley and topical since news Austin restaurants and bars could use their parking spots as a lot more seating space that's of Austin city council can work out a plan during council sessions memo to delete Garcia says since this could involve TABC regulations maybe they should reach out to the state and say we listen to some of our restrictions on I went in to use parking lots and sidewalks join us in this effort and wave you know maybe it's restrictions may be seeing places on the ability to use that space protests outside the the Austin police department were given a real scare last night leases association says a drunk driver was coming towards the apartment in the wrong direction on the roadway sending protesters running least one wall around them and later arrested the driver and up in Georgetown another protest rally over the death of George Floyd this time at the Williamson County courthouse where Williamson County sheriff Robert Chody show to support your kale BJ radar weather watch low seventy two high ninety three get Austin news on demand it news radio cable B. J. dot com now.
"keith ellison" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Abetting state Attorney General Keith Ellison made these decisions based on the facts that we have gathered since this matter occurred Floyd family attorney Benjamin Crump they want these offices to be hail to the full extent of the law if only second degree is where Attorney General it was the thing C. control then the family is relieved of that they won't the most the Reverend al Sharpton of the national action network if we come out of all of this and do not have federal legislation and a habit where we can protect citizens from the local policing that will not protect them all of this is drama to knowing it CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter broadcasting live twenty four seven from the Tom Drexler plumbing electric studios this is news radio wait forty WHAS forty WHAS along with it's our ask the expert program we get together every Wednesday night and talk about your money five seven one eight four eight four at eight hundred four four four eight four eight four if you would like to join us dot is back with his special guests talking real estate tonight Jesus is just alright with me I love the DV brothers one of my favorite groups of all time than that and I think we we need spiritual believing as much as possible in the moments like what we're dealing with right now with our situation this country so hopefully we'll figure it out Hey I want to give a shout out to to read at Ernst ignite your extraordinary she's a business coach and you know businesses are under pressure and trying to get back on their feet from medical the nineteen chronic virus situation but also to with the situation that we're saying a lot of employees are not only nervous background a virus but also social unrest how does that affect them so returns is a great business coach you can find her information along with other information from all of our guests and partners on TKM F. S. LC dot com website click on radio show you'll see their contact information we're talking to Linda hill with Keller Williams the cylinder tell us about interest rates we have Jennifer Bach with movement mortgage she's been on the show and and and R. C.'s partnered with you on a number of clients and and ceaseless movement work agency keeps me abreast of interest rates interest rates are pretty low what's the forecast on interest rates and also to if interest rates continue to be low well that cause housing prices to go up given that borrowing money so cheap you know what that's that's a very good question and I think that it's more than the interest rate what what we're gonna see had an impact on that the help that the price for the home prices if inventory and I do think that as we move forward through the year you know four to six months down the road we're going to see the effects of unemployment with forty million plus people unemployed are are they going to be in a position where they have to downsize or or they can be in a position where they have to sell their home all right so once we start seeing you know kind of the effects of that it's very possible that work that's going to make more of an impact home values as rather than the interest rates however the interest rates are still going to keep those fires out there in interested in purchasing so that will keep the demand high as far as interest rates I do want to say I am not a lender I do not pretend to be one I do not play one on TV I do like to to keep abreast of what's going on board for my buyers so that we can kind of help navigate through that your conventional or your your conventional buyers with good credit your C. N. anywhere from maybe three three point one two five some lenders may have a slightly higher rate up to reach out refinances right from what I understand are going up significantly for borrowers that are G. low seven forty they can still get pre approved that's not an issue this is going to cost a little bit more for that one it is also the thought that interest rates will more than likely continue to come down a little bit in probably will remain low throughout twenty twenty one of course we have no crystal ball we only know what's going on now that that that that is kind of what the thought process is out there right now landing is going to be content they will continue to be tight but does it have a lower credit score of about six fifty six sixty M. below whereas why all of this going on the caravan and what have you six sixty borrowers could could easily get financing they have to pay higher rent interest rate that FHA has really cracked down and and tightened up a lot of those requirements for those borrowers so years ago when I transitioned I lived in Lexington for awhile and I transitioned to the oil and now all I thought that well I know real estate so I'll put my market on top of my house on the market myself and I'll do the showings well let's see we had twenty six showings two couples looked at the house three times each didn't get anywhere we got it with a real letter and it's sold within a week of signing up with the realtors sell for those folks listening to feel like selling it on your own and going it alone without someone in your corner to help you from a real estate agent stamp white tell us what message you would give those folks because I'm all in with realtors because twenty six showings three three three showings the two different couples no one bought it solid week later with the realtor I'm sold tell us what you would tell somebody like me is contemplating on trying to do to go it alone I would tell them your story time exactly right I mean but the time that it took away from your family from your work I have to be present for twenty two showings also to something to think about with with kind of our our to use the new password new normal with the safety in the codes and clear track trying to keep safe there all this kind of bed at bars that were navigating through you have an agent that is working with you they can work with you on addendums hold harmless it had been done so that at least twenty two people come into your home and say they lead and then they get sick they can't come back to you and say I was in that home they gave me a code that virus so there's a lot of protections that actually state professionals can take away from me we take that liability on also to you thirteen offers on the table how in the world do you navigate that you know it's it's just taken it's taken the stress it's taken the headaches away from you thank you eight about ninety five percent of all real estate lawsuits they're they're different people that have tried to go it alone in the market for sale by when you when you have thirteen offers on a on a house and you're representing the seller you know it's it's hard enough trying to navigate through those offers but how do you I don't know how to ask the question I guess how do you how do you do you based upon the time you receive the offers is there some sort of legal parameters that you have to follow to say okay we got this one at six o'clock we got this one at six oh four we got this one at six twenty six okay we have to follow this protocol legally is there or you do you just look at a mall put amount on the table and say this person's pre approved this person's offering this how do you how do you work that is there a league are there legal parameters you have to follow when you're dealing with thirteen offers but not in the way that that you suggest there as far as having to take time you know the time and date stamp them but I do feel that we have an ethical responsibility to other agents out there that are showing their homes in other buyers out there what I do is I get it as I get my first offer and I know I've got more showings I I blasted out an email and attacks and I say Hey listen we have an offer on the table if you're interested in making an offer we want your best and final offer by eight PM tonight and that way everybody has a level playing field they know it eight PM I'm going to present all of those offers to the seller and we're gonna make a decision the talks with Keller Williams east we're coming up on our soft break that one it's a couple things one full disclosure Linda does serve as a solicitor TKM financial services what that means is that she does receive compensation for referring clients into TKM it does not make clients pay anymore however she does share in the revenue so from a regulatory standpoint I have to let folks know that I would ask we're gonna talk about investment real estate when we come up on our last segment but I wanted to ask you really quickly a bit off script when you look at baby boomers in the investment world and that the financial side of things I've seen attitudes of baby boomers change over the years are you seeing baby boomers who were thinking of staying go ahead and pull the trigger and downsizing are you seeing a trend rather saying I'm just gonna stay put and renovate are you seeing changes and baby boomers behaviors when it comes to their attitudes toward their their housing situation you know I don't know whether it's an icy changes because everything is so individual and as to individual circumstances with interest rates yes we do see a lot of people staying put when when they can can take their four percent interest rate down to a three percent interest rate I don't know that we necessarily see a change because it's just it's just such an individualized decision we are we talking with with Linda hill tonight Todd matter is aboard we will take our our last break of the evening will come back and talk more plenty more on the table to get to hear it's Joe Elliott along with Todd matter Linda hill so we talk about your money at newsradio eight forty WHAS right.
"keith ellison" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Keith Ellison said he's charging the other three with aiding and abetting in a murder Ellison is also upgrading the charge against Derek shop in the second degree murder instead of third degree murder meeting there wasn't tend to kill the victim two other officers help restrain Floyd and another officer kept the crowd back as they pleaded to loosen the restraint so Floyd could breed his body cam footage be released this afternoon by la mesa city officials of a confrontation between a white woman as a police officer and a young black man of the Grossmont trolley station the incident was caught on cellphone video in a few days later a large protest March about that and the death of George Ford was held that ended with looting and the burning of buildings and vehicles in la mesa a news conference is scheduled for for this afternoon we're la mesa officials will discuss the body cam footage and the protests and violence last weekend you can hear it live on Kobo at four and a mesa is instituting a five night curfew from tonight through Monday morning starting at seven PM through five thirty a state senator who represents part of San Diego county is pushing for more of the economy to be allowed to re open after being forced to shut down more than two months ago state senator Brian Jones told A. M. seven sixties mark Larson Californians and specifically San Diegans should be able to begin testing the waters more in leaving their homes and going out in public their real life thing I mean this was blown out of proportion will bit despite a as a whole you know we're learning that the percentage of numbers there's a lot lower than what we originally appeared Jones added that modifications will happen as restrictions east I'm sure there's gonna be a long term changes regarding restaurants and things like that it might take longer to get back what we're used to but the bottom line is we need to get people that want to work back to work Jones says elected officials should help lead seen Diego and California out of this crisis Dan Noone cocoa news and we expect that county briefing at any minute in the meantime the trump administration defending itself amid claims that the president pushed out peaceful protesters to orchestrate a photo op John decker is in Washington White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany explaining the reason why Lafayette square and nearby streets were cleared of protesters on Monday just an hour before the president cross the park to hold up the Bible outside St John's Episcopal Church in the morning AG Barr had determined that we needed to expand the perimeter by one block on each side he was surprised AG Barr when he arrived at the White House to see that that perimeter had not been moved back in any deferred to bar as to why his order to clear the park was not followed by the park.
George Floyd Death: Derek Chauvin’s Now Faces 2nd-Degree Unintentional Murder; 3 Other Officers Charged
"Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's charges are coming for the other three former Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd she also tweeted the charges against a former officer Derek Chauvin will be strengthened Attorney General Keith Ellison is expected to announce the charges this afternoon Minneapolis Star Tribune is reporting show little face second degree murder charges instead of third degree also the former officers Talla two Alexander king and Thomas lane will be charged charged with with aiding aiding and and abetting abetting second second degree degree murder murder
"keith ellison" Discussed on KOMO
"Keith Ellison is increasing charges against Eric Chauvin from third to second degree murder in George Floyd's murder and also charging the other three officers who were standing by as Floyd pinned with jobs needed was a neck Floyd family attorney Benjamin Crump we expect all of the police officers should be arrested before we have the memorial here in Minneapolis Minnesota tomorrow there reports that the three additional officers will be charged with aiding and abetting murder defense secretary mark esper today saying showbiz colleagues present present at the scene also bear responsibility the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis policeman is a horrible crime the officers on the scene that they should be held accountable for his murder esper also speaking out against using the insurrection act to mobilize the military to quell protests Dave Packer ABC news komo news one thousand seven ninety seven seven right now I got fifty eight and partly sunny downtown eleven thirty one has a ring at the top stories a couple twenty four seven news center thanks for joining us Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan will likely be called upon to explain the use of police force against black lives matter marchers where she meets with protest leaders today that meeting following another night in which police and protesters clashed in couples Corwin hate has more it's again last night police launch flash bang grenades and tear gas canisters into a crowd of protesters gathered on capitol hill near the Seattle police east precinct it happened late at night after most of the days marchers had dispersed earlier March organizers had implored protesters to remain peaceful and in an impromptu appearance before thousands of protesters mayor Durkan acknowledged their grievances we've got to be a better city better it was then Durkan promised to meet with local protest leaders later today to talk about police escalation and about officers controversial practice of taking over their badge numbers making them harder to identify Corwin hate komo news mayor Durkan says she and public safety officials will meet with protest leaders this afternoon at three o'clock the commander of the Seattle police east precinct says he took a knee alongside Capitol Hill protesters to express agreement with them police captain Brian Grondin says marchers asked him to kneel with a Monday well before protesters clashed with police in that moment that the crowd understood that we as the Seattle police department Dodgers game Seattle police department are are in agreement with the new police leaders today will brief city council members on the investigation into officer conduct during these recent late night protests a second recall effort against the Holmes county sheriff Adam forty is moving forward a judge in San Juan county made the decision yesterday after hearing arguments from attorneys who say forty has violated his oath of office by refusing to enforce stay home orders calls calling Johnson reports all three call efforts come as a result of sheriff Adam forties Facebook post in April criticizing governor Jay Inslee stay home order because of the pandemic and stating his deputies would not enforce it you can be sure to start arresting residents for violating a stay at home or or releasing from massive prison system one of the attorneys seeking a recall told the judge what forty wrote wasn't simply political speech made by a candidate for office it was an attack on the rule of law made by the very person who was charged with the duty of enforcing that law the recall also takes issue with forty three hiring of three deputies who'd been fired for misconduct by the previous sheriff and earlier recall effort followed by a private citizen is also moving ahead the ever hear reports forty intends to fight to keep his job one online fundraiser has raised about seventy thousand dollars to support him Carling Johnson come on news coming up contractor using for the coronavirus means there's a lot of information out there I'm Brian Calvert with the congressional push for.
George Floyd family expects other Minneapolis police officers to be charged
"Keith Ellison is expected to make a major announcement about three former Minneapolis police officers involved in the killing of George Floyd the Minnesota Attorney General would be speaking soon in the Floyd family attorney Ben Crump says they expect the three to be charged we're expecting these officers to be charged as accomplices for the kids of George floor more from correspondent Omar Jimenez where's the governor hi here at this site as he visited and he told us simply the stakes are so high in this we don't get another chance to get this right it was the exact words that he said to me former officer Derek children who had his knee on Floyd snack for more than eight minutes is already facing charges which which include include murder murder
Minnesota attorney general to take over prosecutions in George Floyd's death
"Governor Pritzker declaring seven Illinois counties a disaster zone and hundreds of additional National Guard members and state police would now assessed Minnesota's Attorney General says prosecutors are working as fast as they can to determine whether more charges will be filed against officers involved in the death of George Floyd Attorney General Keith Ellison was appointed lead prosecutor in the case Sunday he says prosecutors also need to work carefully and
Protests and riots continue across the country
"Hunter show we're talking about what everybody's talking about the riots what to do to stop him no dialogue there's no discussion until the riots and many way shape or form and this is how insidious the antifa mutants are they knew it thank you the nation was United in disgust at the video of the killing of George Floyd things could have been done it really could have been done but and even doesn't want things done they want to destroy the N. T. FOR that has been built up and defended by the left wing media and ignored or cheered on by Democrats they wanted to destroy and they did it they did you can say they agitated but they didn't make anybody smash a window they smashed windows other people piled thrown stole stuff from the apple store so all the good will that was there and all the momentum to actually do something it was destroyed was just and that's what they want they don't want people getting along the left doesn't want people getting along well after what he doing we talking about why you quit Democrats well Keith Ellison member Keith Ellison who is a member of Congress from Minnesota he was the number two guy at the democratic national committee's Democratic National Committee vice chair he ran for chairman he lost to Tom Perez he was vice chair he is now Attorney General of the state of Minnesota he is a proud supporter of antifa he's also a proud supporter of Louis Farrakhan what what do you think you're gonna get when you elect that let's go to Alex in Baltimore Alex thanks for holding welcome Hey I didn't really talk about anti fur over real quick you go back and look at all the people that interacted over the years especially the inauguration antifa whiskey off in DC people if people are released they're they're let off of charges so a lot of yeah so there's a lot of a lot of support all the charges and all the arrests on inauguration day and all the stores smashed in the cars burned all the charges were dropped eventually into right away because there would have been angered by like what the hell you mean you're not going to charge these people they charge him and then when they thought people would be enough time had passed and people weren't looking they grab the churches don't always what I what I wanna make two points first of all this is gonna sound we're taking tacky but this isn't really a protest you know protest isn't in the constitution you look at what it says it says you have it you can reach out to Mando government a redress of grievances what is that mean it means you can also send me details okay okay but you know if you're not going to the legislators with legislation stating what you want and it's not really a protest going on young at cops I hate you it's not gonna change anything and are stupid people in this country that really think something's going to come from that you need if if there's something to be changed it got to be done to the law otherwise it's not a standard that we can uphold right so and the other thing I want to talk about you got guys like Tony and there was an African American gentleman I didn't catch is intro but our service members service members not Fred and you feed the attitude there the servicemembers said you mentioned and just what you mentioned in the intro here you mentioned that Antipolis breaking the windows and the guy said you were you brought up the looting and he said well it's white people breaking the windows what are black people supposed to do and then you mentioned black on black crime he said well that's why people give and god you know there's no there's the added to that black people don't have any agency that they can't possibly make decisions for themselves and therefore they can't be held accountable you know uncomfortable conversations Cody wants to have uncomfortable conversations I'm looking at FBI crime statistics right now from the last twenty years okay and I'm not talking about per capita total killings it over to one every year black people killing white people over white people killing black people and then when you take into account that they're only thirteen percent of the population and we've all we've been over sixty percent the last twenty years you realize that the rate is eight to one you know we have that conversation or is that racist the ADL says if you've mentioned that if you mention that constituted different across different races you're racing so we're we're not allowing ourselves to have a real conversation that need to be set when these rights happen the next day you shouldn't be able to protest because like I said they're not really asking for anything specific I we know black lives matter we know if George Ford name okay but what change is gonna come from that one of the laws we can pass and and what can we do and as far as eighty four trump's been such a disappointment I really think that that declaration of that being a terrorist organization will be refunded before the election if not it within the week well he has to make it first he hasn't he the president any disappointment in this too but the the responsibility for situations like this doesn't really rest with the president of the United States he he is you know he's the guy the local authorities and then the state authorities and then if they ask for federal help then the federal government immediately short of declaring martial law the president can can't do a lot but he should be saying things a rather long just tweeting things there's rumors that there's going to be at an address today but we'll see the the executive order on censorship real quick with my last point he should have been all that many of the social media companies and get away with being a publisher and a platform and executive order he did sort of almost motivates them to be a publisher which is going to lead to more censorship of the occasion hold and then as a platform that's what we want that that way no American can be denied access and it doesn't if you take the responsibility off of the social media companies then they have no excuse to censor people he did the opposite as well what will happen what could happen and it's got to be changed by law not by statute completely to be fully effective but what would happen is a couple of lawsuits lost would cause them to have to make an uncomfortable choice and that uncomfortable choice would likely lead to them going back to being a platform and and that's that's this step bid there was there's no way the president can act and get it all the way around the bases on his own it takes legislation legislation is being drafted but the house Democrats are never going these are their donors these are the people that they support they're never going to allow it to happen but next time Republicans are in charge maybe something will happen but it's also possible that much squishy Republicans won't do anything about it anyway Eddie in Atlanta thanks for calling in any here are your core let United healthcare plan it could have been stopped on Friday after protesters I've with there and sports physical stuff goes out over the falls in the broadcast in long enough for me to hear one line from the woman is free but far fairer for Daniel Farke is you should white people have the effective gains so basically that that kind of day you'll going on down there when the framers are with their permit was over with our mayor put police off a bicycle as the first or in line at the CNN building police officer were thrown to the ground by I white woman in a white man and he got up off the ground and the police did nothing I come alive after they wanna burn the city down you watch and it went from that to three in the emissary spray paint everything but not windows and then from there they started well Hey if they don't let us have free reign here so they started busting all the cars that meet certain party everything they are mayor get on TV at ten o'clock and said y'all just need to go home well you know she's not quite helpful future bottoms of these people were too busy having fun born in the town down but they're not they're stealing TV's they're not watching TV either at his house I think they're going to zero in on TV yeah and basically the keeper of please get rid of the master barbers down there the state troopers were down there and nobody did nothing they just let him into it and it's just like a kid if you say your this is very important the police on the grounds that you're violating the law get out of the street okay and then the police to come down there to vote thanks same street as always they won't get a credit down here in the whole thing started because people are blocking traffic and you know ratcheting it up you know they like every fifteen to trample people out of cars and stuff you have to stop stuff like this when it starts right as it starts or you're not gonna be able to stop it that's why they are mayor of DC the mayor of DC setting an eleven PM curfew okay that's really late and stupid but it didn't matter because until at least two thirty in the morning they were marching around smashing and looting they still were in Georgetown they were smashing and looting and beating up store owners who are trying to protect their property so if you have an eleven PM curfew and it doesn't mean anything then what's the point of the curfew it's failed leadership R. block is is saying that the the the everything is been messed up by the police the police are the ones that have sparked the violence which is not not true they've please send anything yeah the wealth the Huffington post had a thing I try to find it but it was their headline was police turned violent or something like that police turned violent against protesters like the right now I'm listening to you it's because they've turned out to be as they enter the comedy store but there's no news on there anymore during the day they are I was so embarrassed by that the networks ABC CBS the local affiliates here thank you well we don't do this in Atlanta this is not it Lana and they were just very code everything is so pathetic in the M. at one point one I got himself I believe in buying the place this is all well maybe I didn't say that right you know yeah the slip but yeah the the headline in the Huffington post yesterday was copper age colon police violence nationwide and there's pictures of riders okay okay yeah Rosenstein's report if you know any fourth of ten thirty and it's not a qualified so maybe they'll get serious after fever come to town tomorrow to go to work what's it feel like tomorrow you start putting that very well in there and they still didn't do anything they start the place started closed down but nothing happened it's very simple you have a friend with north south east and west for most of March and then you close in just like you did when you got it got scrapped the rob a bank is in the works and then you and then you just arrested and taken to jail get him off the street yep particular you know what to do any needs the people in leadership down I appreciate the phone call stay safe in Atlanta and keep listening to my radio sucks compared to this anyway let's go to Tim and hands into him hello yes it was terrible what happened at man but the looting this takes away from the whole calls on it and Nancy said it's opportunism masking as outrage it really is they have left wing agitators know exactly what to do they do this for a living they did they did they practice constantly up in Portland for the entirety of the trump administration every weekend in Portland there days over every week they have a day of rage where they they harass people they beat on cars as they drive past they get really angry they destroy things every once in awhile and the mayor of there lets it go and it doesn't make the national news because it's Democrats doing the Democrats are gonna are gonna criticize their base they've got the vote of the people in the street white black doesn't matter they got their vote they're not going to criticize and they don't have to criticize and there is no amount of destruction that can cause them to go Hey wait a second we probably shouldn't be doing this it's it's O. K. blue let it go
"keith ellison" Discussed on WJR 760
"And when he dies the recipient of the one but two stages Marconi awards broadcast the one in the old country really coming in the great American by the way the friends in the family of a George Floyd have said that the reaction of the riders have defile the memory of their loved one George Floyd others have said that this is quite unusual I'm reading from by a Friday afternoon Hennepin county medical examiner which is Minneapolis Minnesota issued a report preliminarily because it takes why it takes weeks to get back toxicology and other things and it showed no evidence the George Floyd died of strangulation and traumatic asphyxia so to do that again George Floyd did not die of strangulation or traumatic asphyxia the medical examiner goes on to say the Floyd's death was likely the result of a combination of factors including being restrained by police officers his underlying health condition which included coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease and potential intoxicants in a system the medical examiner said Friday afternoon the combined effects of Mr Floyd's being restrained by the police his underlying health conditions and any potential toxicants in his system likely contributed to his death one other thing quite weird I think warning to the medical examiner that fluoride was unresponsive for two minutes and fifty three seconds of the total eight minutes and forty six seconds ward said quote the complaint also says the police in Minneapolis are trained that this type of restraint but the subject in a prone position is inherently dangerous on quote it would take a rocket scientist to figure that out that the George Floyd was under restraint he could not even get up in this video tonight from N. B. C. news that at least two of the other officers assisted in holding down Georgia Floyd and that they're trained but this restraint is inherently dangerous if I have from the US the if the perpetrator is a restrained you can't do it so and the person in charge of training officer Derek Jarman that would be indirectly Keith Ellison the Attorney General the governor Tim Walz and the mayor Jacob fry they complain about the institutional racism of the institution there in charge he also found when it comes to colleges universities they're always finding institutional racism and state colleges and state universities well you might say who's in charge of that institution that would be the professors complaining about the institutional racism that they're in charge of the institution and the judges and Minnesota are generally selected by the governor Tim Walz before that there was another democratic governor I think was a guy named Coleman the governor for awhile for someone but Minnesota's thoroughly democratic state they appoint the Minnesota judges the prosecutors what can happen county are elected by the citizens of Minnesota in Minneapolis and then they're governed by the laws of the Minnesota Supreme Court Kuralt mainly Democrats so do you find it somewhat peculiar an odd that institutions are racist for years decades centuries and those in charge of those institutions have no racism at all in their body they they they have no idea what's going on in the city of Chicago and cook county the democratic party's been charged for ninety five years there's no person very few people alive in cook county Chicago that I've ever had any Republican in charge of them at all but institutional racism exist and the Chicago police department according to the mayor Lori Lightfoot won her party's been in charge of that institution for ninety five years importing all the judges and the probation officers and the prosecutors and the cops they're completely in charge of that institution they claim to be racist when they appointed the persons in that institution Keith Ellison today with CNN wolf Blitzer once again the whole system is rampant with racism well why haven't you fixed it why haven't you corrected it may give jag mayor Jacob Frye governor Jim Walz judges prosecutors probation officers cops they're all racist well you're in charge of the racism then right can somebody ask these individuals questions of this character if you're in charge of the institution that's racist R. J. the race is in charge how is that possible lastly before I take calls are looking to C. N. B. C. the futures market my good friend Joe Kernen this cannot last through tomorrow at noon the nasdaq is up seventy one points the S. and P. is up five and a quarter points the nasdaq future is up thirteen points oil is up according to Hong Kong surges more than three percent China's may factory activity expands Amazon target an apple scale back businesses in cities that are being loaded that's called a food desert the looters are hurting the black folks in those areas they're trying to help check out the TV's take out all the fruit all the vegetables knock in the Kroger whatever store Amazon target apple Tarjei one of my favorite places and then a few months from now Jesse Jackson to show up on a plane about food desert's it's absurd I can't imagine come nine thirty AM tomorrow morning that they are stock exchange going to be up as indicated at this point this has to have some impact some impact so let's continue to take some calls or go to Nico Nicolino in Quebec Nicolino in call back I'm not sure I got a call from Quebec recently neck Alain and call back welcome to the bill Cunningham show Nikolina how are you thank you Mr Cunningham I think you're a political viewpoint is absolutely correct about this issue I'm fine I want to say that the situation of the tragedy of Mr George Floyd reminds me that twenty one years ago in Montreal Quebec a young man Anthony Griffin an African Canadians was taking the taxi home and he was a block from home he told the taxi driver looking at the V. M. a few dollars short instead the taxi driver thing will walk the rest of the way he took into station thirteen police station where the young Mister Anthony Griffin who was a student and on weekends was in the Canadian reserves the noble young man who was not doing anything violent or anything wrong and had no weapons he was about eighteen years old was shot through the head immediately dead shot directly between his two eyebrows by officer gossip and officer das said in court his gun went off accidentally while I've never believed that regardless that the judge found him innocent because aimed at well together right between the eyes I don't think it was any accidents and secondly there was a candlelit March in a big demonstration on Sherbrooke west through noted on the grounds that means our lady of grace neighborhood in NDG and the temptation thirteen and I was in the candlelight parade and the person who's turned around to light my candle was Anthony Griffin's mother registered nurse and I was just shocked to know that they are his mother was right in front of me what can I do to comfort her and all I could say with Mrs Griffin I don't think your son Anthony's immortal soul will ever die and huge puddle of his red blood on the black tar pavement and Lino what happened in the case was the officer did did the authorities by the idea that the gun somehow fired by accident did did the Missouri jury system in Canada what happened well in that case it was not a jury it was tough to judge and he ruled in favor of boxer gossip but that I think that was part of institutionalized racism and just correct protecting a racist police officer I'm not saying all police are racist I don't think like that but if you're in an institution that's racist and you're in that institution you either know about the racism or you're stupid I can't see it and so right the term institutional racism those in charge of the institution should not should they not be held accountable yes they should how many kids Allison the Attorney General of Minnesota he's in charge of the racism then and Minnesota if his institutional racism he's in charge of the institution though Joe governor Jim Walton mayor Jacob Brian Keith Ellison are they responsible for those areas they control and any honest proteolysis would agree with you one hundred percent about your theory of institutionalized racism tell me who's in charge yeah you know you one might say well it's one time about fifty years I'm all the way once again blanket media coverage giving false impressions that police use of force is is omnipresent is wrong it's simply not true I refuse to believe that institutional racism as discouraging cried by blue big city mayors ray so omnipresent in prevalent that it happens regularly and they know nothing about it they're oblivious or or they're in charge you're either still but I don't know what's going on or they practice racism in that institution because facts are available police disproportionately shoot white persons by the number of two thousand three hundred eighty five since January first twenty fifteen and one thousand two hundred fifty two blacks not any shooting wrongfully is wrong is like saying with covert nineteen only point two percent die you get covert nineteen well if you're the point two percent that's a hundred percent the other ninety nine point eight percent are okay I don't want anybody to be killed for any reason but every object of study has indicated that big city police departments come in contact with large numbers of assailants as described by their victims as African American and therefore one might say that a police appear so grossly kill white Americans at much higher number than blacks and I don't want anybody killed for any reason but the Washington post has kept this going since twenty fifteen since Trayvon Martin the more less prove the obvious that obviously everyone knows the black black defendants are treated more harshly by big city police departments because of the color of their skin everybody knows that but it's not true but don't make a difference everybody knows that and so the news media ought to cover it that way which is let's do a deep dive and the persons that big city police departments come in contact with the color of those persons are well known because they keep records on these things is not like whites are six times the population of blacks there for six time more white should be killed now it depends you come in contact with and every day the seven hundred thousand police officers officers have millions of incidents every day of contact with African Americans every day over the course of three years that's a billion contacts you can always point out one two three four but there's millions of contacts daily without incident and the great majority of individuals that big city police departments come in contact with our African American as identified by the victims of crime and so it's obvious that the blanket media coverage gives it the wrongful impression that big city police departments controlled by Democrats are racist and that is simply repeated as the big lie often enough that most people now of course believe it because they that's all they hear the reality.
"keith ellison" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"All right you look at the district attorney in Minneapolis this is the same guy that held up and and keep a handbook G. visit the massive terrorist group it must be crushed by law enforcement anyone else who has participated in this crime criminal violence against innocent and defenceless citizens in these communities I believe should do serious crime the United States of America is designating and he was a terrorist organization and if you want to see the video I'm talking about this woman being into assaulted R. it absolutely needs to happen and the Minnesota Attorney General Allyson by the way is there's a picture of him holding up the innkeeper handbook yeah Keith Ellison and cheaper manual it's not guilty by association he has endorsed extremist anti government insurrections and that is what's happening in Minneapolis Los Angeles mayor threatened in March to put in perspective the cat power water for businesses that reopened saying quote we're gonna punish irresponsible and selfish behaviour what's happening now well they're looting stores in broad daylight looter leaders have now struck Santa Monica retail stores in broad daylight they have struck these and Santa Monica hi they say to protest the death the George George Floyd protesters noted mostly peaceful and then they decided let's get some free stop and that's exactly what they did looters struck Santa Monica's high end mall that is the centerpiece of Santa Monica's Oceanside business district and the highlight of the popular third street promenade they've torched it now stealing everything they get their hands on hi the vans shoe store was looted fax four showed hundreds of people walking out with arm loads of.
George Floyd: Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison on Arrest of Former Police Officer Derek Chauvin
"Joining now more on the arrest of the former. Minneapolis police officers Minnesota Attorney General. Keith Ellison and Attorney General let me let me. I get your response. It's sort of a a a whiplash experience yesterday. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman saying. This takes time. We sort through this. Today they announced the arrest your response. I think that one of the things all the protests have been calling for is a arrest in hard in his case that has happened You know a murder in this particular degree of it Carries with it a statutory maximum of twenty five years there is a guidelines recommended sentence presumptive sentence of somewhere between twelve and a half to fifteen years. This is a serious charge with serious time associated with it And the investigation is ongoing. There's a parallel factual investigation. But even with all that with the discharge the off of the four officers this charge the ongoing investigation against the other three. That's still not going to be enough to make people feel like we are on the road to a more just Minnesota so we need to really dig into the structural change implement those of core police reforms and other reforms. And that's what I'm committed tonight in into the
"keith ellison" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Of people are demonstrating their first amendment rights outrage in their demand for a fair and just resolution of this case in the U. people who decide to turn it into a wrong direction are not helping the cause of the Lloyd family more family wants to see justice that they don't want to see somebody turned this thing into something that really shouldn't be what they want to keep the focus on is what happened to their loved one George Floyd yeah the Attorney General of Minnesota Keith Ellison this is what George yeah once everybody to to do do you think George is is out there's like god if only people would just burn this down and takes us that's how I want to be remembered no it's not then it hurts everybody any more and then it adds to the people in the community or suffering it adds to their suffer because in many cases you people come from other parts who are there to cause Helen haven't been up there to do anything other than that no George it's it's ridiculous you want justice and you wanna be able to assemble and be pissed off you want to be able to assemble and and and and and say the things that you want to say to demonstrate to you want to demonstrate when you start doing this then what happens is people go I'm over it sorry and this starts reinforce stereo types and then then then that what you have are people who are behind you who normally if cases right now would be nowhere near our van as always but the cop the we get away today no who who was seated who understand we're behind you now who's saying to ourselves great kind of conversation then you start doing this and and people start coming in and they're like I'm now what they did was wrong but so is that can you better do three two three five three twenty four twenty three acceptances shows your Twitter you tweet as he attacked the program as well I love hearing from every single one of you I do let me tell you some guys right.
Minnesota sues e-cigarette maker Juul over youth vaping rise
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting Minnesota suse E. cigarette maker jul the Minnesota Attorney General sued jul labs Wednesday alleging the E. cigarette maker unlawfully targets young people with its products to get a new generation addicted to nicotine Attorney General Keith Ellison wants to force jul to stop marketing to young people fund the corrective public education campaign in Minnesota and fund vaping cessation programs Allison also wants jul to disclose its research on vaping and health Allison did not specify how much the state will seeking damages and civil penalties but he did say it could be in line with Minnesota's landmark seven billion dollars settlement with the tobacco industry in nineteen ninety eight
Amazon, Boris Johnson And Britain discussed on All Of It
"But there are also concerns that Amazon is becoming too powerful yes on several fronts so some argue the company doesn't pay enough taxes today Boris Johnson he's the front runner to become Britain's next prime minister joined growing Cusick increase the tax bills of tech giants such as I'm as in Facebook Google except her he said it was deeply on fed the bricks and mortar businesses had such high tax bills Waldo's taxed at tech giants paid virtually nothing and he's not the only one is indeed as the company has expanded is also join anger from labor unions have called for back to working conditions for people and I'm isns warehouses the company has raised its minimum wage for U. S. employees to fifteen dollars an hour that's more than double the federal legal minimum but some say this isn't enough Keith Ellison is Minnesota's Attorney General he believes I'm as in wields too much power and as hinted that lawmakers in the U. S. could take action of a what he believes is anti competitive behavior with the core problem is that they have such a huge market
Fairfax accusers break silence in Gayle King interviews
"About Justin Fairfax for Lieutenant governor of Virginia. Although all of the top three Democrats in the Commonwealth have weathered their respective political scandals the heat, we'll get turned up just a little bit more this morning on Justin. Fairfax as one of his accusers Vanessa Tyson takes to the airwaves on CBS this morning. That's right. The morning show. Gayle king doing an interview with Vanessa Tyson today tomorrow accuser, Meredith Watson, we'll have her say as she joins. Gayle king for yet. Another interview on CBS this morning, a sustained assault on Justin Fairfax in his credibility as he has tried to get past the scandal of sexual abuse allegations by both women, very interesting turn of events. Gayle king being the one to interview interview them in bring this back to life resurrecting, so far the media has. Done a yeoman's job of ignoring this and putting it on the back burner and covering it up and nothing to see here. Keep moving keep moving because that's what they do. They do that for the Democrats if it were Republican, he wouldn't even we wouldn't even be having this discussion because he would have been gone a long time ago would have been done. This is almost like a slow. This is slow burn here. And Gayle king turning the heat up. I am shocked at this shouldn't so surprised. Why why do you think she's doing this? I just think I don't know. I don't know what the answer to that is. I did see some conservatives who were happy to see that a mainstream outlet like CBS would be willing to give airtime to the accusations. When it seemed like they had survived it meaning that Justin Fairfax had gotten past it nominally. But here you have CBS and Gayle king trying to do their part. Let's see let's let's withhold judgment until we see how these interviews are actually conductive, but here's a little bit. That CBS has released of the Vanessa Tyson interview ahead of the head of the actual broadcast. Particularly for survivors. I think this is incredibly important they need to be heard. We need to be seen. Right. And we need to be treated as the human beings that we are Vanessa Tyson. She was the one who allege that Fairfax had assaulted her at the democratic national convention in Boston in two thousand four this the famous convention where President Obama I made himself gave himself a national profile in that big speech. She came forward in February and is in contact with Suffolk County district attorney invest Suffolk County district attorney in Boston to explore legal options. She wants to testify before the Virginia general assembly and she wants just in Fairfax to resign. I'm curious about this. Like, what does she know? What what is the thing that would satisfy her resignation from public office or that he never hold a job ever? May. What is the thing that she wants? I think some kind of acknowledgement that she actually existed. Is making these accusations because it's like the Keith Ellison story weighing we've carry Monahan, she was begging for someone to take her seriously, and nobody did and the media ignored her and she was ignored yet. Christine Blasi Ford was front and center with all of her accusations from how many years ago thirty some odd years ago being treated as if they were gospel. So I think that these women feel that wait a minute. You're telling me about hashtag me to that. All women are to be believed. But not me why not me. And I think that's what you're seeing. Here is these women want to believe too. If if it's all women will be believed. And that's what you've told us. The the realization that it's only some women who will be believed. I think is pretty startling and hurtful. If you're in the situation, and so that's what they want. They want. They want their voices heard. That's why. Well, Fairfax for his part says that their encounter was consensual when this all happened in two thousand four that wasn't forced oral sex as she
"keith ellison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Keith ellison. Louis Farrakhan, Al Sharpton, these two new congresswoman once a Palestinian, they're both Muslims leap in alien, Omar. The things that they have said. Are pretty incredible Keith Ellison became deputy, chairman of the DNC's now attorney general of Minnesota. The things that Jimmy Carter has said about Israel, the things that John Kerry said in a speech, he gave I believe it was twenty twenty five days before leaving office. Just eviscerating the Jewish state and Netanyahu the efforts by Obama to interfere in the elections in Israel. And his treatment of Netanyahu in the United States. And his final act, directing John Kerry. To vote against Israel in the United Nations, which the whites and the Wiesenthal Center was said was the greatest act of anti-semitism of that year. We can see this N P research polls, the attitudes towards Israel versus Palestinians. Seventy nine percent of Republicans say they sympathize more with Israel and the Palestinians compared with just twenty seven percent of democrat. Now. Hugh looked at this in the party's progressive wing. And the sheriff Liberal Democrats who sympathize more with Israel than Palestinians has declined from thirty three percent than nineteen percent since thousand sixteen currently nearly twice as many Liberal Democrats say they sympathize more with the Palestinians, then with Israel thirty five to nineteen percent. The Palestinian Authority and HAMAs do not embrace our values and our principles. They're about terrorist organizations. Hamas is considered a terrorist organization by our own government? And the democrat party more and more is the place where these anti-semites go. And I read argued that these two congresswoman are exactly what I say. They are anti-semites. I've been calling them out for weeks. I called out key thousand on day one the Democrats elected him as their deputy, chairman of the DNC. And there's this growing movement within the democrat party. Democrat candidate.