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"khalib" Discussed on Sitting Ringside

Sitting Ringside

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"khalib" Discussed on Sitting Ringside

"Make difference for in a white dana would love to see that cowboys stadium fully packed in the against the great. Gsp i mean who will not want to watch that fight. I don't view view for that fight would probably be about one hundred ninety. Two two hundred thirty million. I you telling me. Gsp versus gabe. I just here to guys who are scared of. Fight tony ferguson. So that's what. I hear back on that car. It'd be tony h. e. two on the undercut now. Donna lewis threes down and and in ghana lewis. Three only loss. Arou- i it is it. Is i think in ghana lewis to is going to end up being a draw. And they're gonna make part three just aboard the ship out everybody in up to you. We'll be finished war. I poke or the gulf war. We'll get a winner john. Ya'll dwell gig. Ray fight get some sleep i Khalib or john jones. Kabibi the up. It's not looking good for jones but jones can fight. I think jones is kind of a wish and he played his cards. Reich's he's looking at jake. Paul one of the top aide box-office. Joe as your jones ever plays cars right ever gets arrested. I this year folks are fabriga. The yeah ever. Yeah penn but then again. Like i said by jones i mean. Look at the pay. Dave jake getting like jones is kinda like much joan as a black man. Yeah far after yeah. While he wishes he wishes he can get a million payday. You hollow bear eight hundred dollars day. You thank you. Barbara streisand bro. Resilient power to me yeah rudy well very interesting. Show fellas Alex thanks for jumping on even though you were just on like fifteen twenty minutes but we love it bro. We love it when you jump on man. Not obviously guys tried all. I'm at the mercy of california traffic. So the california traffic. I don't believe you there's that it's not true picture. You're lying bro. Plus my communiqu said you took. Is that your phone on the phone. The dash or whatever. I do i well. I wish i could feel the way you look. I think he. Yeah there you go. I think about that. Hey look you're pretty you're pretty you're pretty You can talk to be walking around at fucking ten feet eleven inches six hundred pounds. A oxygen is light of sorry almo- runyon looking mother desk the committee. You should be the guy on the brawny paper towels man. That's a coming soon guy tax increase. He's br he's the new brawny guy. We're gonna make it happen. King super necessary. Harry super necessary while that. Thanks again for jumping on tyler. In alex so much david as always thank you for You know Being here and rudy thanks for producing the show. Thank you to everybody. That's watching and listening really. Do appreciate it. Tony wagons stake you so much for jumping on. That was such a pleasure to have you and not be able to talk to you. I know we're gonna have you back on the show more than just one so on your fight for coming up here next month on over. We know that you're gonna kick ass yemen. The future is bright for you Shutout to march Lia got his fight booker. t. shirt tonight so or today. I don't know what time it is over there. But your man. He was very stoked that he got it. Maple syrup o'clock talking to boot. What he took Began and and david you do brother before before we end the show. Alex shutout your show brother. I'm also on another podcast. Called five round and may contact about the world of professional wrestling and mixed martial arts episodes. Drop on tuesdays and wednesdays. wanna hear me talking again appreciate you. Guys selected invite said work on the way. But i will try and hop on in the car now coming weeks. Look that out here. My road rage. Because i go and really believe that you can put the county anglo look is this. This is what. I look at two fucking hours. That's really yes sir. You always a pleasure boys. Every thursday night to catch us right here. It's sitting ringside. This is episode ninety two. We're getting closer and closer to that. One hundred episode Conor mcgregor desecrated happens. Should be shortly after. That should be a good one. So but Yeah for tyler. The marauder teen robert l. hefei rudy ruthless rudy. Laura alex ramirez myself dave rodriguez. This has been ringside episode ninety two. You wanna listen to podcasts. And podcasts platform choice. Go there for right there for all your latest combat sports news. It's five book May dot com. You know where to go until then happy memorial day weekend everybody will catch on the next one. Next thursday right here sitting ringside.

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A Holistic Approach to Data Governance Through Self Reflection at Collibra

Data Engineering Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

A Holistic Approach to Data Governance Through Self Reflection at Collibra

"Your host is tobias. Macy today interviewing stay in krisztian known stan about data governance in the enterprise. How khalib applies to lessons learned from their customers to their own business so stand. Can you start by introducing yourself. Yes of course. Thanks for having me over. Stan from libra one of the co founders of the company. That's two thousand eight. We've been doing this for about thirteen years now. And i've had a variety of roles in the company. I've been responsible for sales post sales partnerships. The whole nine yards the right. Now what i'm responsible for. And what i owned data office on the lake and on friday evenings recall that drinking our own champagne only mornings because eating and do you remember how you got involved in the area of data management. Yes i do and you're probably not going to believe it. But i i study doesn't mean you need like tropical engish but a colorblind so you can imagine me putting it was just one of the courses. We got there was sequel. And we've got this thick thick book of sequel the language and database. And i was thinking to myself who needs this. What is this mind you. This is nineteen ninety eight the year. Two thousand maybe something like that. I forget who needs to be money for such a book right so i was thinking as soon as i run through the scores of something that nobody will ever need. I'm going to sell the book. So that was the only textbook that ever sold the sequel book. So obviously i wasn't been bending to go into data management necessarily when i was in school but i went to a software company after my studies. Also did somebody ice. Obviously that they may be deeply comes back and then the company stints. I ended up at the university again but as a research engineer and then we were doing research into semantic slept startup semantics up to gatien's research slept with a database professor. So i worked there for about three years and there was really sucked into deep of the artist. She well when when did they go.

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"khalib" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

16:39 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To one zero seven ten so there's some things on my mind. Tonight. If you've been listening over the last three weeks, you know, I am not terribly worried about anti-semitism in America. America is not anti-semitic. But I am worried about the emergence of anti-semitism in the far left wing of the Democratic Party Israel has always been a bipartisan issue in congress. Israel has always enjoyed enormous bipartisan support, both in the house and the Senate. And traditionally, both Democrats and Republicans have been staunch advocates of US aid to Israel of financial and military support. So it's somewhat surprising and upsetting to see and hear freshman congresswoman, repeating anti Israel Canard's, which are both senseless and ludicrous. And I'm sure many of you have heard the remarks of Johann, Omar. For Minnesota Alexander Couso Cortez from New York, where she did Felipe from Michigan. They also port s the attempt to destroy Israel through boycotts development and sanction. But this week. There has been a firestorm created by congresswoman Khalib. Who had a statement about. Jews the holocaust. Hello, finian's. During the holocaust that was just shocking. I'm gonna read it to you. And then my question for any of you is what's your reaction? If I had congresswoman Khalib here on wwl tonight and you had a chance to talk to her. What would you say to her? But in case you haven't heard the quote, I wanna read it to you here is what congresswoman Toledo said. There's always kind of a calming feeling. I tell folks when I think of the holocaust and the tragedy of the holocaust, a calming feeling when I think of the holocaust and the tragedy of the holocaust and the fact that it was my ancestors. She says it was my ancestors Palestinians, who lost their land and some lost their lives their livelihood, their human dignity their existence in many ways have been wiped out and some people's passports. And just all of it was in the name of trying to create a safe haven for Jews. Post the holocaust post the tragedy and the horrific persecution of Jews across the world at the time. And then she says, I love the fact that it was my ancestors, the provided that right. In many ways. But they did it in a way that took their human dignity. Away that took their human dignity away. And it was forced on them. If you haven't heard or seen those words, they're very important words for any American to see understand. And it created a firestorm. There were many people who criticized her, and in my mind, they criticized her for the wrong thing. They criticized her inappropriately. And unjustly. Many people said, how could anyone talk of having a kind of calming feeling when one thinks the holocaust on the tragedy, holocaust and so- Representative Kelly took a lot of heat for the phrase that she has a kind of calming feeling when she thinks the holocaust look? This is a very upsetting comments. She made I'm gonna explain to you why. But it's not because she has a common feeling. She didn't mean the holocaust makes her feel calm. If you read the quote, what she clearly is saying, is when she thinks of the contribution her people made. To the Jewish suffering. The contribution of her people is what gives her a common feeling it makes her feel good. When she thinks about what the Palestinian people did in service to the Jews who survived the holocaust so really is fair to go after her for the word calming in her statement. That's not the outrageous part of what she said. The outrageous part, somehow has been this because everybody concentrated on the calming words. What's up setting about what Representative to leap said is it is a gross outrageous distortion of history. It turns everything upside down and on its head. She wants to feel calm about what the Palestinians did for the Jews fine. But don't miss don't rewrite history. The idea that the Palestinian people during World War, Two we're doing anything to help the Jews. Me means she doesn't know anything about World War, Two history, Middle East history, and the history, establishment of the state of Israel. She knows nothing, by the way. The critics. They know nothing also because they're not pointing this out to you. Steny Hoyer got so upset Steny Hoyer, by the way, Democratic Congress manny's, the number two. Individual in the house Representative Democratic Party. He is very pro Israel takes congress people to Israel, every other year chose them. What Israel is? And she and he defends. Congresswoman to leave as does Nancy Pelosi. Because they don't understand what the problem is in what the congresswoman said, then he Pelosi doesn't get it Steny. Hoyer doesn't get it. So many of the people who criticized Khalib don't understand what is outrageous. In the statement, she makes, and I'm asking anyone of you, what would you say to her, you, call me, eight hundred three to one zero seven ten what would you say to congresswoman to leave what's the mistake? If you know anything about World War, Two history, first of all, you know, the Palestinian sided with the Germans. They were on the side of the axis powers. They were allies of Nazi Germany. They were led by the grand mufti of Jerusalem. How mean I'll Hussein e. The grand mufti went to Berlin to meet with Hitler. There's this classic picture of the grand mufti with Hitler. And their position was the grand vision was there should be no Jewish immigration to Palestine. No Jew should have the ability to get to Palestine and safety during World War Two. And the tragedy here is that someone elected to congress of the United States of America doesn't know that. And things the Palestinians did something to save the Jews. It was to the contrary. The tragedy. Is that the Palestinian people and the puzzle leadership during World War, Two would not permit Jews to come to save the in Palestine, by the way? There are documents documents. They now reside in the archives of the United Nations. If you have access to the archives of the United Nations, you can read it yourself. Their archives. And by the way, they're also in the national archives in Washington DC, and they're in the archives of the federal public of Germany. There are documents in the archives that showed that what? Palestinian leadership wanted. They urged Germany to give to Arab countries, the right to solve the Jewish problem by the same method Germany was using this settle the Jewish problem in the axis countries. Think about that. The grand mufti is arguing with Hitler urging Hitler to let the Palestinian, people handle their Jewish problem. With a similar final solution. By the way, you go slog via Lugo, Slavia sought to indict Hussein, as a war criminal for his role in recruiting twenty thousand Muslim volunteers into the s s. Who then participated in the murder of Jews incorrect Croatia, and Hungary. This is the role. The Palestinians played in World War Two. This doesn't give anybody a sense of calm Bishop. Give nobody a sense of pride in the Palestinian people's activities to save Jews during the holocaust. What in the world was congresswoman to Leib talking about? And why was that the response? Why wasn't there response substantive? Why didn't that's he Pelosi and steady Hoyer and buy? Why didn't the Jewish leadership say, wait a minute. It's not about being calm. There was no reason to be calm, because everything you said the Palestinians, did they did not. Do you are inventing history? You are making up history. It is. A bald face distortion of history and some people would say it's a lie. The tragedy is people don't know their history. And so there will be people who read and read to leave comments. And they'll think it's true. They'll be Americans who don't know the history of World War, Two don't know the history of the holocaust, though. No, there was a grand mufti don't know. The grand mufti went to Hitler. Don't know the grand mufti one to have his own final solution of Jews walnut. No, the grand mufti and the Palestinians, are you there should be no Jewish immigration? No Jewish immigration to Palestine during World War Two what in the world is congresswoman to Leib talking about. But the danger the evil here is that Americans American Jews, as well, just, they don't know history. And they'll think it's true. And they'll think wow. The Palestinian people were so magnanimous so empathetic and then congresswoman Khalib tells us. The Palestinians lost their people hood. They sacrificed, they were destroyed. They lost their home. And here all day. We're trying to do was save the Jewish people from and what to leap says is right. Horrific persecution of Jews across the world. That's how she describes it. Yes. It was a tragedy. And there was a rift persecution of Jews across the world at that time, but the Palestinians were doing nothing to help save the juice. And if you wanna know what America should be upset with. It's that there's a congresswoman who could make this comment in the United States Congress. This is the United States Congress. And the leaders of the critic party, the grownups of the Democratic Party. Those running to be the presidential candidate for the Democratic Party. None of them, none of them stepped on. But she did the league and said you're out of your mind. And you know, we're happy that you have a personal connection to the Palestinian people. And we respect who your family is the erode sermon. Appel Finian world, but you can't make history. And you can't tell the American people, something that is absolutely untrue. And it reminds me of when Ilhan Omar said about a pack and the Benjamins and how the Jews control foreign policy. And when there was an attempt to create an a resolution in congress condemning the anti antisemitic remarks of Illinois, Omar. Nancy Pelosi couldn't get it done. And in the end they came up with a very so. Milk toast criticism of hate speech in general, it wasn't about hate speech. It was about very lint. Obnoxious traditional anti-semitism. And when there was a Bill before congress. Which would.

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"khalib" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:49 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Here's the truth. Here's the truth. Far too long. We have lived with the viscous of being a second class citizen. And frankly, I'm tired of every single Muslim in this country. Should be tired of it. Was founded after nine eleven. Because Dave recognized that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties all right now, Dr Yussef first of all Muslims in America are not second class citizens as well. You know, and I know everyone's a citizen citizens. Secondly, she categorized nine eleven as some people did something. Yeah. It's just so stunning. I know remember traveling in the Middle East. I was in the Middle East October after September eleven in October and meeting some million people who actually believe that Israel, did it and older to blame the the Tida. And and I was talking to these intelligent people. I said come on. Well, I just don't think these people so bright to do something like that. And it just us conspiracy thing has been going on in in some especially in his lumps circle. Sydney. I have some Muslim friends, and I wanna make the distinction always always I'm careful to make the distinction because I have so many wonderful Muslims, and I'll tell you I spent three hours with them CC eighteen months ago, he is more concerned about political Islam the most you'll leaders because he knows it instinctively. And so I'm always distinguishing between Muslims, and so many of them all my friends, and I know them respect them many of them in the diplomatic circles around the world. And and they really are. In a difficult place. So but the writings that I read from use of Delhi and some of those say, look, the third jihad which is an album explained it unfolded of listeners because it's a very important that said to him I did not make that up. They they the ones who call it. So Jehad that we failed in the seven hundred failed in the fourteen hundreds. But now, this is also jihad, and we don't have to use the sword or kill or anything. We're going to infiltrate political system use the system just as you really played that tape, and then of course, you got Guzman Khalib out in Michigan. And now care is recruiting training candidates. Just like different groups in England was recruiting candidates for office in the involuntary for many years. We had a regular guest, Robert frig. No when. He was writing his prayers for the assassin series, which was just open fiction about the United States in twenty-fifty after terrorist attack and split it into three parts, a a Christian conservative sort of remnant of the south and Islam states of the United States SUNY variety headquartered in the Pacific northwest and the Free State of Nevada run by the Mormons because there's bible it was very interesting series. That said imagine the country in twenty fifty minute was distorting fiction. The third g hod by doctors of his not fiction. You're worried about a real political movement as my pal of in was that is active, and and it work every day to gain power that -solutely in fact that that that twenty fifty vision of the United States of America is the first thing I thought the book with which is a imam here in the United States, his peach that I take and I show. What he said. And what how he envisions America twenty fifty. He might have got the idea from your friend. But either way that's really something and they working at the working, and they trying to ask in some of the jihadis science in stay state down cooled it off because you know, obviously terrorism is although terrorism has worked because it's scaring the heck out of the media and out of the political leaders in Europe and the United States, they they don't want to say anything negative. They can go after a Christian in England. You know, just the other day, I showed a video on my on my Twitter with the rest of the Christian who's an African evangelist for not stopping to preach. But then when they went to a Muslim advantages. I said, okay, come off to me. And he's scared him to death. The police backed off so fear has worked in many ways and terrorism has worked. So now, they saying, okay, we got. That now we need to go and infiltrate the system and political system and begin to IMF assize. I remember one of the world's great Muslim leader saying to me, why has not a single European all America, followed the suit the example of presidency. We then calling the Muslim Brotherhood at terrorist organization. Never nicer go. We got a deep state and some members of the Muslim Brotherhood on in that deep state. What did you make of the government? I John Bolton on the program yesterday. Talking about the decision of the Trump administration to brand the I R G see the Iranian Revolutionary Guard corps as a terrorist organization. Very controversial is supported what did you think of doctor? You said, well, I think it's it's fine. Because he got a problem. The problem is Islam is at war with it self within it self and the water will tech an image of of a game the football in the middle of that field, Israel, and each one of the two groups they soon decide militants and the Shiite militant each of them trying to take the ball and run with it and sitting out with we are the one gun liberate. I guess so speech from the head of you era. League. And he was saying who win has convinced the world today. The only ones going gonna liberate Palestine. And so, you know, the Iranians doing this in Syria doing this in Yemen. Jimmy is is is is at work, but they also at enmity with another group of medicine Muslim who won't to claim the mantle of the profits. And therefore they have the success. And so it took in Qatar on the one side, for example, now when the Saudis and the Gulf and the Egyptians on the other side within soon the Islam, and then you go to Shiite. So I really think that naming that guard the guard as a group it is off fighting attractor war in these countries. And they they really nixed watch. The next thing is going to be a harangue because it has a very sizeable minority almost fifty percent Shiites and Iranians on the rest until they have really succeeded in the war against Phil. It's it's going to be a bumpy. Bumpy bumpy decade. Let me ask you doctors. Last question you've been doing leading the way ministry for thirty years through television radio you're in twenty six languages across six continents, your daily broadcast after thirty years shouldn't you be slowing down, but you're speeding up. Oh, my goodness gracious. Yes, I seventy last year, but I'm just beginning. Now. I mean, I have I've been blessed of great health. And that is no way I'm going to slow down. I'm gonna work because we have a television station that goes twenty four seven hundred ninety six million homes. I mean, just constantly dick in the gospel of Christ on the love of Christ of the Muslim people. I loved the Muslim people. That's that's the thing that, you know, nobody wants to listen to. But I love the Muslim people. And I want to give them the best that I have. And that's the love of Jesus in the salvation through Christ. So I'm really on the one hand, I will not skirt the truth. And I'll always say it always explain it. All. Announce it, but then at the same time, I am also reaching out to the masses who really some of them have victimized by this sharia a movement. Dr Yusef, thank you for joy mail for senior Atlanta sometime soon, the new book third jihad is available at Amazon dot com. And of course, leading the way just go to leading the way website and listen.

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"khalib" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:26 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wouldn't send her Ford off? I seventy five and Mitchell avenue. Part of the mainstream media is how they pick winners and losers tilted coverage against Republicans and against Trump. They tilted coverage in favor of Democrats. So about a year before he ran for the United States Senate seat now held and still held by Ted Cruz. We had Robert Francis. Or Rourke did an interview with a Reuters reporter on under a premise that? It would not be air to after the election. It came out. And is now a matter of fact that beta Aurora also known as Robert Francis joined a hacking hackers group called cult of the dead Cal and the goal is background was to subvert established procedures and technology and to go after and damage, Microsoft Windows, and others instead of hiding instead of hiding certain aspects of what they're doing which they ought to have done instead of hiding these controversial proposed. The group posted a warning saying quote this site may contain your split explicit descriptions of or advocate at one or more of the following adultery. Murder morbid violence, even sexual conduct in violent context or the consumption of alcohol and legal drugs. Their goal was to wreak havoc chaos and anarchy. This is the guy running for the president. He was a frigging hacker whose website contain explicit depictions of deviant sexual conduct morbid violence, adultery and murder. Beta O'Rourke now running for the presidency. This is an Reuters held this for one year. So as not to hurt his campaign against Ted Cruz. He also wrote about quote as I near the young ones. I put my weight on my right foot keeping accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crashing of two kids on the hood than the sharp cry of pain from one of the two, unquote. He fantasized about the killing of children. This is beta Iraq. The hacker the deviant sexual hacker. The man who fantasizes about killing children since this came out. Of course, he's been a little concerned, shall we say? So you had the drudge report tonight gaffe tastic day talking about what in the hell is going on with this guy. And this isn't the first two or three days. Plus, the fact CNN is reporting that he's a white male. Which is a problem you should not run for the presidency. If you're white and a male that is a problem that's a negative in this climate and the democrat party, that's a demerit you kind of begin the race negative and behind because you're white and because your mail. I mean, this is unbelievable stuff. Beta O'Rourke part of the cult of the dead cow hacking group who went after Microsoft trying to call chaos anarchy and more and the group have post about deviant sexual conduct consumption of illicit illegal drugs, morbid violence, murder and adultery. And this guy wants to run for the presidency of the United States. Are you kidding me? Right. Let's continue flying becomes available. It should never does. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. I watched the mayor of south bend today with with Chris Wallace. Let's go to Samantha and in in Indiana. Samantha indiana. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. Samantha how are you? I'm doing. Well, john. It's great to speak to a great American. God bless you. And God bless America. I called about a sexual deviant our mayor of south bend. He is married to a man a white male. He's a good looking guy highly intelligent. But he is thinking seriously about running for president of the United States. I watched this morning with Chris Wallace. I'm watching this. I'm saying number one what he ought to do is run for the Senate run for the house, maybe run for governor in Indiana. I don't know what seats are up or whatever he did not distinguish himself at all. One of his biggest claims is he has more experience than vice President Mike Pence. How's that possible? I really don't know wasn't Mike Pence in the congress for like about ten years, and he was governor. And now, he's the president of the Senate and the vice president Jackley, and how do you say the guy's name? How do you say the mayor's name Buddha judge Buddha? Judge. I mean if that guy if beta Aurora and that guy or a team running for the presidency, we're done. Well, the one thing that got me today was I'll probably be the only person in the next hundred years that you'll see running like this. What does it mean? Like this. What's he doing? I guess gray and white, well, I don't care about sexual orientation. I care about his politics. But I guess from CNN if you're white male that's a problem. And I think it is. But I will get off the line so others can call, but it's a privilege to talk to you. I listen to you every Sunday night. God bless you. And God bless America. Let's go to Jim in Illinois, Jim in Illinois. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. Jim go ahead and Julie. Thank you, sir. I had an interesting conversation today with some local liberal talk show hosts liberal talk radio stations here, and you know, there everybody's trying to tie. Try Trump tight Trump into the New Zealand tragedy. This kind of stuff I says, you know, just because the guy who said some words, I says, you know, David Duke has endorsed congress lady. Omar from Minnesota. So should she accept the supporters realizes? Well, the other thing is I I watched Chelsea Clinton being berated by Muslim extremists in Newark university, and they accused Chelsea Clinton of being involved in a murder in New Zealand. So I guess I guess Trump and Chelsea Clinton together a responsible. Well, you know, there's this word that a lot of Muslims called tequilla. And this is something that people don't Shanteau about these folks del lights were their teeth to say things like the fake apologies about from these congress ladies in congress, the word is to Kia, and it's something that is basically tied to the app to lie to further your cause so bit how can these students at NYU say that Chelsea Clinton stoked hatred behind the New Zealand shootings, and she is responsible when Chelsea Clinton formed the group. I don't know what it's called. She she formed the multicultural union and Newark university and funded it and then these extremists from Newark university. Her name is lean do week angrily tells Clinton and his delete Enviro posted Friday night. That's quote, this right here is the result of a massacre stoked by people like you. And the words you've put out there in the world, the fifty people died because of the rhetoric you put out there. They're referring to Chelsea Clinton who's pregnant with a third child. I mean to me I'm thinking what world do I live in one Chelsea Clinton founded NYU's multicultural center pregnant with a third child. She goes there to show support and pray with the Muslim Muslim students, and they attack her and call her a mass murderer and she's. Well, this is this is why I tell people, you know, what forget all these big us send your kid to a trade school, please someplace else. Indoctrinated. It's really it's it's it's awful. Can you imagine the mentality in New York University when they blamed Chelsea Clinton for the murder of New Zealand ten thousand miles away and she's show support and they attack her because she criticized congress congresswoman Omar for being so antisemitic. And so if you if you if you criticise and oppose those who are anti semitic. That means you're in favor of mass murderer according to student NYU, I low beam me up Scotty, I must love in some fantasy land. Well, it's like, our friend. Michael Savage, says liberalism is a mental disorder one thousand nine percent one thousand let's continue. Great, call eight six six six four seven seven three three seven Julian. Then Joe Julie, go ahead of New Jersey. You know, the last couple of months the rhetoric the antisemitic rhetoric some the democrat party every day, and he Lon Omar Rashida Khalib we bring Democrats for starting this war Gaza HAMAs the friends of the Llano mar in Tel Aviv Israel rocket last Thursday March fourteenth. Why does it any Republican out there? I've been calling all Republicans Lee Zeldin other get out there and blame the democrat Lamey Lon. Omar for the war started with her rhetoric Thursday day, if they're going to attack Trump for four days. We can attack. But if you ever speak, the trouble, whatever he's gotta get surrogate. Good Sargus on CNN MSNBC is no one to defend him. It's the democrat. Now, how about one hundred and thirty Christians men women and children butchered the last two weeks in Nigeria by Muslim extremists. And there's black. There's no it doesn't help out one point five million Christians in the Middle East murdered in the past sixteen years, how about the treatment of Jews and mama's every Muslim country that all that's a non non story. And I'm saying now, the white nationalist who did that a New Zealand? I don't know if they have the death penalty. But if they have the death penalty, he should get the death penalty for what he did. But our media plays into the desires of that. Mass murderer Joe proliferate his values in his thoughts throughout this country. CNN is as a mouthpiece for a murderer a New Zealand in which I don't understand why they do what they do. And of course, Trump is responsible because his Charlottesville, and he did not say what they said, he said context, right? But I blame the Republicans. No one is ever out there every day on. On TV. Like, I said last time pushing back and democrat the first thing you do when you're on TV. You blame them you defend yourself, everyone that goes on CNN, no have four panelists. Go to the panel. Let's go to the panel got four extreme leftist beating on the poor little Republican conservative, and they cower in the corner. These these these surrogate for her wakened coward. Steve, I don't know. Scott getting Steve Cortez. I mean these veto. And the RMC, where's are defensible? What's happening, but how can any reasonable person blamed Chelsea Clinton? Donald Trump for the murders in New Zealand. You pointed out. Hannity, the top ten talk radio guy and Laura Ingraham, and Sean Hannity Lou Dobbs. That's all we have. It's ten percent. And they're they're attacking judge Janine. They're going after Tucker Carlson, they're not content with ninety percent of the media all of Hollywood all of television, all the universities. They're not content with ninety percent. They can we can we be a small band of renegades. Can we think independently and raise your hand on the back of the room and say, wait a minute. How come it's a non story. One one point five million Christians are obliterated. Why isn't that? At least equal to fifty Muslims. I say cover them all but we don't get that. Do we cover them all but there's no push back. I mean, Trump is one man tweets, and that's that's fine. But he needs to gets on every single day her push back in defense, conservative Republicans and always blame the Democrats..

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"khalib" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

14:26 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Thank Patrick's Day to all of the sickest part of the mainstream media pick winners and losers. They tilted coverage against Republicans and against Trump. They tell the coverage in favor of Democrats. So about a year before he ran for the United States Senate seat now held and still held by Ted Cruz. We had Robert Francis. Or Rourke did an interview with a Reuters reporter on under a premise that? It would not be air to after the election. It came out. And is now a matter of fact that beta Aurora also known as Robert Francis. Joined a hacking hackers group called cult of the dead cow and the goal is background was to subvert established procedures and technology and to go after and damage, Microsoft Windows, and others instead of hiding instead of hiding certain aspects of what they're doing which they ought to have done instead of hiding these controversial post the group posted a warning saying quote this site may contain your splits explicit descriptions of or advocate at one or more of the following adultery. Murder morbid violence, even sexual conduct in violent context or the consumption of alcohol illegal legal drugs. Their goal was to wreak havoc chaos and anarchy. This is the guy running for the president. He was a frigging hacker whose website contain explicit depictions of deviant sexual conduct morbid violence, adultery and murder. Beta Aurora is now running for the presidency. This is an Reuters held this for one year. So as not to hurt his campaign against Ted Cruz. He also wrote about quote as I near the young ones. I put my weight on my right foot, keeping the accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crashing of two kids on the hood and the sharp cry of pain from one of the two unquote, he fantasized about the killing of children. This is beta O'Rourke the hacker the deviant sexual hacker. The man who fantasizes about killing children since this came out. Of course, he's been a little concerned, shall we say? So you had the drudge report tonight gaffe tastic day talking about what in the hell is going on with this guy. And this isn't the first two or three days. Plus, the fact CNN is reporting that he say white male, which is a problem you should not run for the presidency. If you're white and a male that is a problem that's a negative in this climate of the democrat party. That's a demerits you kind of begin the race negative and behind because you're white and because your mail. I mean, this is unbelievable stuff. Beta or Rourke part of the cult of the dead cow hacking group who went after Microsoft trying to call chaos anarchy and more and the group have post about TV in sexual conduct consumption of illicit illegal drugs, morbid violence, murder and adultery. And this guy wants to run for the presidency of the United States. Are you kidding me? Let's continue flying becomes available. At should never does eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. I watched the mayor of south bend today with with Chris Wallace. Let's go to Samantha and in Indiana. Samantha indiana. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. Samantha how are you? I'm doing. Well, Joe it's great to speak to a great American. God bless you. And God bless America. I called about a sexual deviant, our mayor of south end, he is married to a man he is a white male. He's a good looking guy highly intelligent. But he is thinking seriously about running for president of the United States. I watched this morning with Chris Wallace. I'm watching this. I'm saying number one what he ought to do is run for the Senate run for the house, maybe run for governor in Indiana. I don't know what seats are up or whatever he did not distinguish himself at all. One of his biggest claims is he has more experience than vice President Mike Pence. How's that possible? I really don't know what wasn't Mike Pence in the congress for like about ten years, and he was governor. And now, he's the president of the Senate and the vice president exactly and and how do you say the guy's name? How do you say the mayor's name Buddha judge Buddha? Judge. I mean if that guy in beta Aurora, and that guy or a team running for the presidency, we're done. Well, the one thing that got me today. Bill was I'll probably be the only person in the next hundred years that you'll see running like this. What does it mean? Like this. What's he doing? I guess gay and white, well, I don't care about sexual orientation. I care about politics. But I I guess from CNN if you're white male that's a problem in and I think it is. But I will get off the line so others can call, but it's a privilege to talk to you. I listen to every Sunday night. God bless you. And God bless America. Let's go to Jim in Illinois, Jim L, annoy, welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. Jim go ahead and Julie thank you, sir. Hi, had an interesting conversation today with some local liberal talk show hosts and one of the liberal talk radio stations here, and you know, there everybody's trying to tie. Try Trump tight Trump into the New Zealand tragedy has stuff I says, you know, just because. Guy said some words, I says, you know, David Duke has endorsed congress lady. Omar from from Minnesota. So should she accept the supporters realizes guys are not yet? Well, the other thing is I I watched Chelsea Clinton being berated by Muslim extremists in Newark university, and they accused Chelsea Clinton of being involved in the murder in New Zealand. So I guess I guess Trump and Chelsea Clinton together a responsible. Well, you know, there's this word that the a lot of Muslims like he was called tequila. And this something that people are saying about these folks light through their teeth to say things like these these fake apologies about from these congress ladies in congress, the word is to Kia, and there's something that is basically tied if you have to lie to further your cause so bit how can these students at NYU say that Chelsea Clinton stoked hatred behind the New Zealand shootings, and she is responsible when Chelsea Clinton formed the group. I don't know what it's called. She she formed a multicultural union and New York University and funded it, and then these extremists from New York University blame her name is lean do week angrily tells Clinton and his in a deleted viral posted Friday night. That's the quote, this right here is the result of a massacre stoked by people like you. And the words you put out there in the world, the fifty people died because of the rhetoric you put out. They're referring to Chelsea Clinton who's pregnant with a third child. I mean to me up. I'm thinking what world do I live in one Chelsea Clinton founded NYU's multicultural center pregnant with a third child. She goes there to show support and a pray with the Muslim Muslim students, and they attack her and call her a mass murderer and she's up. Well, this is this is why I tell people, you know, what forget all these big us send your kid to a trade school, please someplace else indoctrinated. It's really it's it's it's awful. Can you imagine the mentality and York University when they blamed Chelsea Clinton for the murder of New Zealand ten thousand miles away and she's show support and they attack her because she criticized congress congresswoman Omar for being so antisemitic. And so if you if you if you criticise and oppose those who are anti semitic. That means you're in favor of mass murderer according to this. Student NYU I beam me up. Scotty, I must live and some fantasy land. Well, it's like, our friend. Michael Savage, says liberalism is a mental disorder one thousand percent one thousand let's continue. Great. Call eight six six six four seven seven three three seven Julian. Then Joe Jimmy go ahead of New Jersey. Gary, you know, the the last couple of months the rhetoric the antisemitic rhetoric from the democrat party every day any LAN, Omar Russia Khalib, we blame Democrats for starting this war Gaza, HAMAs, the friends of Ilan, Omar. Tel aviv. Israel rockets last Thursday March fourteenth. Why doesn't any Republican that out there? I've been calling all Republicans lease that Zeldin others you get out there. And blamed the Democrats blame me Lon. Omar for the war that she started with her rhetoric Thursday, if they're gonna impact Trump for four days. We can surely attack Democrats, but if you ever speak to Trump, or whatever he's gotta get Sarah gets good sour gets on CNN MSNBC. There's no one data defendants. In the Democrats. Well, how about one hundred and thirty Christians men women and children butchered the last two weeks of Nigeria? Muslim extremist and there's black. There's no it doesn't happen at one point five million Christians in the Middle East murdered in the past sixteen years, how about the treatment of Jews and mama's every Muslim country that all that's a non non story. And I'm saying now, the white nationalist who did that in New Zealand? I don't know if they have the death penalty. But if they have the death penalty, he should get the death penalty for what he did. But our media plays into the desires of that. Mass murderer Joe proliferate his values and his thoughts throughout this country. CNN is as a mouthpiece for a murderer in New Zealand in which I don't understand why they do what they do. And of course, Trump is responsible because Charlottesville, and he did not say what they said, he said context, right? But I blame the Republicans. No one is ever out there every day on TV. Like, I said last time pushing back and blaming the Democrats the first thing you do when you're on TV, you blame them. You defend yourself everyone that goes on CNN now have four panelists. Go to the panel. Let's go to the panel four extreme leftist beating on the poor little Republican conservative, and they cower in the corner by these these these sour gets are waken cowards. Steve, I don't know. Getting Steve Cortez. I mean these veto. And the RNC where's RNC non defensible? What's happening, but how can any reasonable person blame Chelsea Clinton? Donald Trump for the murders in New Zealand, you pointed out Russia's Lavigne Hannity. The top ten talk radio guys and Laura Ingram. Sean Hannity Lou Dobbs. That's all we had ten percent. And they're they're attacking judge Janine are going after Tucker Carlson. They're not content with ninety percent of the media all of Hollywood all of television, all the universities. They're not content with ninety percent. They want to hunt. Can we can we be a small band of renegades? Can we think independently and raise your hand on the back of the room and say, wait a minute. How come a non story one one point five million Christians are obliterate? Why isn't that at least equal to fifty Muslims? I cover them all but we don't get that. Do we cover them all but there's no push back. I mean, Trump is one man he tweets, and that's it fine. But he needs at least our gets on every single day to push back in defense, conservative Republicans and always blame the Democrats. I blame him for the war that Gaza saw Gazan homologous. Rhetoric. You know, Jill there are times. Julie I feel inept there are times. I feel overwhelmed your watch Stephen Colbert, you watch the Jimmy's your watch. Good Morning, America. You watch the view you listen to what happens on late night television. You you you university stuff when NYU goes after Chelsea Clinton calling her a murderer I live in some fantasy land. I wanna be me up. Scotty, it's like I've been doing this for thirty six years. Rush Maduna for about Sam mounted time Johnston at thirty years lower about twenty-five, what comes after us. What's after us? Never any pushback from Democrats never never give up folks. Like you. And what's going to happen? Julie is at some point in your lifetime. In mind. There's going to be a democratic president democratic speaker Democratic Senate, then watch what happens all wait a minute. When the next president of the Democrats, I might be a special counsel on them. We don't care who it is. Special counsel looking for quite day colluded with Iran. But because Hillary Clinton did it they accused Trump of engaging in Hillary's behavior, which was colluding with the Russians right, right, right? It drives me crazy. Give it back to them. Just barely. I'm doing my damndest every book on them. It's so simple to do shocked when Republicans nightmare NS he was wonderful. He was on a couple of months. Wonderful Cuomo already him. Brought this up about the democrat body. I'm Chris Cuomo and Paul Begala sucks. Attack three months ago. Well, Julie we're live in difficult times. And I pray my friend. Things get better, but they got ninety ninety five percent. A small band of renegades in the corner of the room unable to raise our hands and the home of the free in the land of the brave and say, wait a minute..

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"khalib" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Internet meme the discovery of poorly translated English from the games opening cut scene in which Ilian cyborg capture some land if all into techno dance track flash, videos, t shirts and recently tweets, featuring what phrase, it's okay. It's all your something belong to us. All your something are belong to guess, all your. Oh, you were. What is it all your? It's not weapons all your base. All your base. Oh god. I got it base are belong to us. So like a funny anecdote about like with that. So that so that phrase got thrown around internet because it was like, oh, so funny that poorly translated English on June. First two thousand six YouTube was taken down temporarily for maintenance and the phrase all your video are belong to us appeared below the YouTube logo is a placeholder while the site was down and some users believe that the site had been hacked using YouTube to add the message. No, we haven't be hacked get sense of humor. On January nineteenth twenty nineteen congresswoman Alexandria. Okay. Zeo? Cortes tweeted, all your base are belong to us in spots to a pull that forty five percent of polled. Republicans approved of occasional Cortez's suggested. Implementation of a seventy percent marginal tax rate for individuals making over ten million dollars a year. That's fairy good. Yes. She is very good at Twitter. I mean, she's a millennial. But she's very good. Yes. Question for. I mean, I guess you can has cheeseburger the original low cat image macro used which font today still very much. The mean font of choice, I could not even begin to guess, Gary Monde. I have no idea is it is it. Comic sans. Now. Sorry impact. Oh. I sorry. I'm sorry. You're not a font nerd, I'm not a typeface. Fifty nado. Times new Roman. Khalib ry Helvetica, Gary Monde piracy. I know that's. Web dings yet. No, I'm sorry, Christian IT. Oh, yeah..

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"khalib" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Patriarch can't be like this is good enough. I don't punch my wife. Right. I don't beat her. I don't snap them. Let me get a gift. I don't raise my voice, I deliver Renault Ono old where am I cook? Is I'm not Arabia's, you know, like, I babysit mckee's, right? That's right. That's what you're going to get most men, but Jay Z's done a lot with his actions and his voice and supporting Twenty-one savage of sporting meat meal. Bailing out the people in jail like Khalib Browder Browder the Trayvon Martin documentary like who is this guy. Now, you know, he's like a totally different do, and I do think a lot of the credit, and it's not to demean him. Anyway. But a lot of the credit gotta go to be honest say because I feel like it's been a complete different path it has life since he got would be honest. And I and I see how outspoken and unafraid she is. And that must have had some effect on this do I mean, he's giving her credit for our four forty four. And on everything is love so shout the him. And like I said, I really do hope that something can be worked out with twenty one savage because I you know, I I understand there's people out that are just like he broke the law to in. And and maybe that is the in. I don't know the rules of overstaying of either all of that stuff. But I do feel like this emblematic of, you know, the Trump administration a lot of conversations we've been having around immigration deportation. And you know, we'll see what happens with with the rest of this by. You know, this is a very symbolic type of thing. And I know you were saying earlier that he has started talking about different stuff. Yeah. From from what I was handled line. He has started talking my life, lint, Michigan and immigration. And then all of a sudden they was like. Oh, yeah. By the way, we come to get you. And I don't know if he may have been on the list that he they finally got back around to him. I don't know 'cause down like he had been arrested in the past. And they, you know, if that's the case domini you from my understanding gives you go. Okay. You got to go in. And I know he says some stuff about you know, he will stay more quote unquote, positive things about like, Flint Michigan, and he's no longer by jury and all the stuff and people think that may have something to do with. I don't know if I don't know if ice works like that or not I really don't Jay z released a statement, the arrest and attention to Twenty-one savage is an absolute travesty, his you. These petition has been pending for four years. Addition to bring to being a successful recording artists to no one deserves.

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"khalib" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"NewsRadio. Eight thirty K H VH, Jillian Norton dinner. Several people were injured after a city bus crashed into a tanker early this morning in the Khalib Allama area. It happened. Just after midnight on Helena street near the intersection with Paloma street paramedics treated, then transported ten people to a local trauma center. The patients were all passengers on the bus five were in serious condition and five were in stable condition. The bus driver refused treatment the driver of the tanker was not injured. Police were called to the office of affairs yesterday. After a group stormed o'hara's headquarters on Nimitz highway. The intruders were self proclaimed Polynesian group called kingdom of the allegedly told Ohio employees that they were there to seize assets and arrest some of the trustees they occupied Ona's officers for two hours to Ohio employees were physically assaulted police arrived in arrested five men ranging in age from twenty seven to sixty two four were arrested on suspicion of third degree assault. A fifth man was arrested on suspicion of harassment. The occupation coincided with the one hundred twenty six th anniversary of the overthrow of the kingdom of Hawaii and outstanding suspect in Chinatown murder. More than a year ago has been arrested in Sacramento, California to say Eric pool up who is accused of fatally shooting Isaac Mumia in front of the liquor and grocery store. Mona case. A street in September two thousand seventeen he fled the scene in a white Toyota matrix an award for his arrest was issued Wednesday poor plug. Oh was extradite into Lulu. His bail was set a million dollars. He scheduled to appear in court next week from the News Radio eight thirty cage VH news center. I'm Julia Norton. Dennis fine, more trending local stories at KABC radio dot com. The news you want to know Nancy Pelosi, cancel his state of the union address. Dateline? Government is open never happened before in the history of our country than us being speaker of the house, you need to know the country. What is shutdown that she should be staying here negotiations guy is so unbelievably Patty stay in the known need strong borders check in for the very latest. Everybody's saying it now just a question of time is NewsRadio. Eight thirty K H VH.

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"khalib" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"But as much as everyone loved that game brands chiefs, there was a little bit of outrage about the high scoring games. You think these things someone got together and said islets call you more holding plays on offense. Yeah. You get a day. No one's gonna fire. That'd be fine. You know? I'm not worried about me. I'm not gonna be fired. No, I don't think. So I really think they looked at the society that there was just too like we we have to be more consistent, maybe. And and I don't think that's doing. It was just a lot of high scoring games and the season. I just think they decided this is uneven and people are going to criticize those for this. I I'm not sure it was a high sport happened after the Rams g scheme happened. Like we thirteen or fourteen does Dr. Yeah. It was I would have got it would have happened. You know, we we nine or ten but scoring like usual in general kinda went down December like nor every year. All right, listen, I'm running out of games to bet on. I mean, you know, me I love the money line parlays. I love shrinking together seven big favorites. College pro can't do that anymore. Everyone's a three point favorite here. I think I took on the show took like Portland trailblazers and Serena Williams, it's really getting getting sat here. Gimme gimme a winner. Give me a prop who explodes based on matchups. You like tyreek ill. I don't have the over on their numbers here or a Sony. Michelle, you probably don't like as much. I don't know. What what do you like what do you like as far as a singular player standing out this weekend? Five team basketball wanting Parkway last night and the piano like the biggest odds Oklahoma City lost four the five one like really Oklahoma City that's downs at betting money line MBA props by the way, we were talking about this. There were so many blowouts yesterday that the bet to make I think is the favored by twenty two or more points. You'll get three to one you'll get seventy two and you're you're gonna hit on one or or or to a night. I mean, it's crazy. I didn't think about that. Yeah. That tyreek hill right now is over eighty and a half yards. He has his terrorized. Yeah. New England, and you have to think like New England can't stop everybody. And so I I think they're going to do is fascinating. But I think they're going to spy on the home. But the one guy twenty breaks the Parker. They don't commit everyone to him and other teams do and then I think they're gonna try to take away Kelsey in. The ravens did anytime we kill over eight half is it's probably a good one. I think if you look in other a game and the Rams and saints. Yeah. I I think I think gives you have to have a big game because firm in love to lead into. Yeah. Khalib is back now. And so you have him on Thomas and get was open for the first part of the game. He would he would have found proper in the first place. I think take in not posted yet, whatever his prop over is. We when you do that. He has like two two hundred seventy five yards in the last two games. Four touchdowns. He just murdered this patriots team. And I think had eight receptions last week. All right. That's all I need from you. That's great. I'm very excited. Jeff schwartz. He's a great follow on Twitter. If you really want to become smarter about the game. Follow him at Jeff Schwartz. He spells his name with a J. We'll forgive him for that GAO f f Schwartz. You'll learn a lot more than you will following me or Harry, Jeff thanks for coming on. I appreciate about. Thank you. All right and good luck to you. And your brother, stay warm. I will I will take care. All right. That'll do it for another episode of against all odds. Locking in Monday through Friday, Fox Sports. One four thirty to five thirty eastern watched Jimmy Kimmel live eleven thirty five tonight in every weeknight on ABC. That's that for the degenerate trifecta master tape. Frazier and Jeff Schwartz. I'm south saying so long and

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"khalib" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And if she gives me a new car, I might even consider voting for her Jim, you know, what I'm saying. There you go. Well, here's a big fan of Barack Obama who famously said that you would kind of drive a Chevy goal when he left office. And I I'm not sure we've seen that. No. No, no. But you never know. I mean, let's be patient. Let's be patient. I mean, I I certainly don't think that the former president would have misled us, Jim. Of course. I got another one all Email about it. You're I actually brought up something that got. To work for Chris Matthews, and he actually aired it something about something. Barack Obama instead about sports before he became president. But I want the Democrats I want this process track on let all these idiots bash each other, please, please. Liberal city electing these rooms because it's only gonna be berry. You know, the Miller country's kinda just say, we don't stop. I'm I'm thrilled that Kristen gillibrand is in the race. I thought you know, I was watching last night just hoping that that she would announce for the White House, and you know, once again, I want to get as many good qualified people running for the White House. And I think Kristen gillibrand would be fabulous nominee. No, I I want to see. If you get my drift. Yes. I do. Real quick was on sports radio back in September two thousand twelve before he was elected. And they they asked him what his favorite teams were growing up in Wyan. This is before ESPN and. The White Sox. No where. Growing up. They asked him about the white talk. You. Players. Oh, so you said you're growing up. You know, here's a big fan of Dr J and the Philadelphia seventy Sixers and here's a big fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Feel good in the seventies. Also based on solid ground so far, Jim. Well, then then he said the Cincinnati Reds the big red machine. I'm saying, you gotta be kidding me. You don't wanna take growing up? Wii? From Seattle or. A team eastern, Pennsylvania, western Pennsylvania and Ohio. Don't don't you suggest. He's a front runner. Okay. What I'm saying? I hope United. Interesting that. All twenty states, and then get on with my friend who works for Chris. Okay. Super Bowl Sunday one year. They went in there. The segment where Chris Matthews kind of laughed about it. Putting the pen in Philadelphia and one in Pittsburgh and one in Cincinnati saying jeez. Isn't that a coincidence? Smarter than I am. That's for sure hate you. Thanks bye. Taryn in Newton. Karen, you're next on the ringcentral nightside caller line. Hi, karen. And we'll come back. At a great time. I really did. I'm not a great vacation. But this was a good one good. I had never heard of the tweet. Thanks for. This is a great subject balkanisation our country. I never heard of Rashida Khalib until that, of course, comment that she made while she was at move on party that got your attention got your attention. Well, not only was she and she descended literally could Trump's level, but it was really stupid strategically of her to mention impeachment. So silly. It just divides Democrats. But then if I never heard I looked up. I was I became very interested to say, okay. Who is this woman? Apparently, she used to be a state Representative or something for that district. And then you know, there's a primary with Steve. So she won the primary just by thousand votes. Forget who were opponent is was there was another woman. I think it's pretty counselor. She had a pretty good record is a state Representative in in the Detroit area. And then. Apparently in order to get the when she was in the running for the primary. She saw the endorsement of was over innovation code Jay street, which is a liberal Jewish organization. This is yes. And so she got her endorsement because I think she lied. She said she supported a two state solution. She wanted their endorsement and then the day after she won the primary. She totally switched her her comments about how nine in Israel. Maybe she changed your mind. Yeah. I just I choose. She's so not only she she voter, but she cannot be trusted..

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"khalib" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:58 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Eric in Long Island. What's up, Eric? Good evening. How are you? Good evening. What's up? My question. You know, as far as the game goes to maybe main reason that stage eagles game is really so close to at all. It seemed like the saints really them is that you know, Brees not just the first play the game. But a handful of times as well. He played miss the long ball over and over I want the who really he missed too skinny wall. He missed too skinny posts, which he usually does not miss. I mean, he's had a habit of making that throw the best play. He made in the game was the one way he stepped up in the pocket moved to his right? And put a laser on Thomas for like seventeen yards through Royal fastball. That was the best he looked. But I thought his arm strength was a little bit suspect in that game. But you know, he's getting a little old. You really is. Right. He's short passing game was dead on. But the like thirty yards or more cheaply be way off which is abnormal for him. Listen, he's getting old. I know, but you know, he did a week off that was rest writing. But my question is Khalib is a question. I don't know exactly how the poop in caution protocol works when they decided he can make it or not. I think he'll play to leap came back in the game. So that would make me think that he's not technically in the protection protocol the in the concussion protocol because he did reenter the game. I don't know that for sure I gotta check. But if they play the other two guys at at the corners. They're in big trouble, right either. With neither these teams especially loaded without him game. You see this game is another tremendous shootout is their first one with the losing team is having the thirty. No, I see that both teams. Really want to run the ball. As a matter of fact, the Ron. The story of this postseason has been that the run is become more. Prominent the way teams are defending teams now and trying to negate the speed of these pass rushers. The teams are trying to run the ball because what the running game does and use the New England game is a perfect example spread everybody out run it and get rid of the ball in one second to the gate. The pass rush of the other team. And that's what really is a major factor. And the thing that she did is the chiefs bottled if Reich made a mistake in that game. If you could go back and say Frank, here's where you blew this game where he blew the game. Is they blew up the first couple of running plays in the backfield. But they didn't blow them up with conventional run defense. They blew him up with speed off the corners. So what he should have done is said, I'm going to load it up, and I'm gonna run it inside. And see if they can stop the run. He never did that. Instead, he panicked. Now, he got behind fourteen points. He took the run completely out of his offense and they teed off with their speed rushes and with Jones inside and killed them. They should have got back to their running game to balance off their offense and to protect the pass rush. That's what they that's what you do here. The running game. Not only it serves a couple of wonderful. Side things if not only moves the ball you. It keeps your defense fresh. It keeps the defense off the field. It keeps their offense off the field. And it negates pass rush. That's what they so. It has so many good qualities to these teams want to run the football. So I think in the regular season game there. You know, what let's just go out there and drill them in this game. It's about establishing a supremacy at the line of scrimmage as a message in these games. Bell takes the ball. He took the ball to say, you know, what I'm gonna stab Premacy right away at the line of scrimmage. That's what you're trying to do in the playoff game. You're trying to establish a supremacy in a regular season game. All right. I come out. I'm trying to play behind them ahead. I'm this this game you're trying if you're the home team you're trying to jump out quick and delivered a knockout blow if you're the road team. You're trying to stabilize the game after that you're trying to establish supremacy as the line of scrimmage, and that's what both these to every one of these teams. We'll try to do that. Kansas City will the wind will now they'll both mix in the past a lot Wayland. I mean, the Rams look what they did last week running the, football and soul. The saints say to the third quarter ran the ball down their throat, then they walk their safeties up and they threw the ball behind it. The thomas. Vinnie in queens. Hey, good evening, Mike. How are you? What's happening? That's all I have. I'm retired cops the the twenty five years. Initially. Comics last question hop on the goal. Turn down three hundred billion dollars heavy in my face, every blue collar worker out there struggling to support their family. I hope I never get signed. Hear your comments on. I'm gonna tell you wrong. You're wrong. I'm gonna tell you why wrong if they're playing in a game they're living in a world and playing in a game that none of us know anything about. But remember this is a kid in the country. Of three hundred and twenty or thirty million people who has a skill that. Maybe ten people have. In a game where the own is. Watch billions and billions of dollars or revenue come in. He's trying to say, hey, I have unique craft. I only have a certain amount of time. Plus my job at the top of the sport is to set. A level. So that the boats commit these me. I rise. I raise all the boats with what I get. That's the pressure on them. That's the pressure. Plus the agent wants to set the Mark with say, hey, come to me. I'll get you the most money. So that's all part of it. But remember if you're a cop, if you're a schoolteacher if you Chuck dive, if you're anything, hey, you're gonna look at someone like me and think I get paid too much money. And I understand that forget looking at Harper. We're all gonna look at Harper and think he makes too much money and in the real scheme of things he does. But when you think of it this way, don't think of it. I'm a blue collar worker. How dare you turn down three hundred million dollars? It's funny. You get mad at him. But you get mad at the fact that Springsteen might hold out to make a deal where he gets paid two hundred million dollars for something or Taylor swift holds out for next list steel, which paid her, you know, two hundred million dollars over five years or Adam Sandler. Who's the nicest guy in the world holds out for Netflix? Plays him thirty million dollars a movie they are able to get this kind of money because they have a unique talent. They understand that in the real world. No one's going to understand their money. But then I in the real world anymore. They're playing in a different world their talents took them to a different world a world where baseball is bringing in billions upon billions of dollars. So he's looking for his part of that. Because he brings it in. That's all it has nothing to do with you. Get paid because the sport there in is able to create billions if it produced millions. He wouldn't get paid the money gets paid. It doesn't it produces billions. Do we think that a guy should invent? Away to buy byproducts and be worth one hundred and fifty billion dollars. God bless Bezos. He earned every bit. As far as I'm concerned. I have no jealousy towards that. Man needed to you. But you would be upset about an employee getting three in a million. But you don't have a problem with a guy who invent something now or invent something that works on the internet, and is a billionaire at the age of twenty in fifteen minutes when the stock goes public. That's the world they live in. So don't take it out on him because he's lives in that world. He's earned his his talents took him to that. That kid was somewhere. Once at thirteen years old or fourteen years old sitting cage somewhere in Nevada till his hands. Bled. Swinging the bat dreaming about becoming Mickey Mantle. A lot of kids who didn't get there. He had the God given ability and the gumption to get there don't deny that lives in that world now because that's the world the revenue produced in his world. Listen in the real world. I'll be the first one to tell you. That a schoolteacher is far more or a policeman is far more important than one. I do much more important, but I make a lot more money than they do why. Because this show produces a lot of money because it gets a lot of people. Let's do it and a lot of commercial revenue. That's why. If I didn't produce revenue couldn't pay me. It's how the world works. It's not what's more socially important. It's not that. It's an insult to you. He's not thinking about you. He's thinking about the owner who's worth billions see his game is with the owner his games. Not with you. And I can tell you what you're not gonna get one dollar off that ticket price based on whether he gets that money and not because that owners going to charge you the same amount of money for the ticket. Whether he pays that player. Dozens. Hop is not on national's. You think your ticket prices are going down next year? They're not. Back after this. When it comes to taking care of your family.

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"khalib" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"They'll take a simple route and combinations. And they'll run the same route. Eight nine ten different formations. Same route though because only so many route you can run right and out down post corner, come back. That's it just got a masquerade. It exactly and all these guys are brilliant at what they do. And you don't have to have a strong arm to throw eighty are touchdown passes. You gotta have, yuck. Yards after the catch. You gotta have a break. Tackled. You hit a guy on thirty or forty all these quarterbacks. Throw the ball sixty yards. Everyone on told you saints hosting Rams this weekend, though. Yes. Who's got more good players who has more ram saints. I think the Rams are a better team. I think it's just hard to go to the Superdome and win. And I don't think the saints will straw. I mean the saints. Actually, they won the perfect way. They didn't look very good for about an hour and a half say that's good point you make because I was on our pre game show yesterday. I was really I was really torn. I was really. Concerned I wanted to pick Philadelphia. Okay. But now because of Chris long, and I just and I love that quarterback at Philadelphia. Do that kid. Yeah. He is special gamers, man. And but I've sent from Louisiana bit of saints fan my whole life. I can't possibly pick. But I never picked him because the don't want to jinx them if show. But the thing that bothered me was the last four games of the season. They had not looked good. And I said on the air you can't put a key in the car and turn it on. And yet run run away. We go Jack. You can't do that. And commercial break, though, Howie you put a key in you turn it on. But with the say Slaley Ed to pull the choke out. There are a lot of thinking. Hey, I know people have put pressure on drew up the middle. And he is he listened. He's he's human. He's panicked. He's he's not been comfortable. And in the first half yesterday. I pass. Oh, oh, Lord. I, hey, I'm just I was a nervous wreck to Saint are completely vulnerable this weekend. Yes. I think they are the I mean, they are not what we prescribe generally with them, which is you go down there. And it's a shootout. And it's there you can. I mean this Philadelphia team had been on the road five times in six weeks, Terry they were exhausted. And they kept them in the twenties. You'd better be careful with the Rams need to play smart. You can't have keep Khalib note. Doing a stupid play like, you know turnovers. Listen, you cannot you cannot play stupid. You have to play smart views the sideline make it your friend us the end zone. The back. Make it your friend. Don't push people out and flop the balls in the air and you get a penalty game. I down you got to play smart. It will be hard to play down there in the last time they played what was the score forty three forty thirty. But both these both the Rams and the saints September October are just they're dropping. Those days are over on the I mean, I like you. Going to tell me Kansas City New England that game's going to be in the twenties, and my guess is ram saints in the twenty s here's here's what happened. The league started this year member those offenses, I'm on edge of my seat. I couldn't wait for the games that come on. And boy those offices were just like holy Kef. They broke more passing records after eight games. I'd ever seen in my life. Then I'm like through fifty touchdown passes for Kansas City. And they're you're locking it up forty five to forty and I'm like holy cow. This is what the end, and we all jumped on you. Did I did everybody jumped on board? What happened you peaked too soon? Which is just go. And then you're slow is get hurt coordinators get film, you figure teams out playing them a second time. Yup. And you gotta let out here's what they did. This put pressure here. You got guys heard you got a corner out. You got a linebacker out. I mean, a whole bunch of things have happened. Terry bradshaw. Twenty minute to Terry Bradshaw lettuce here. Hey, one more heard the herd. Streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio app. Search her to listen live or on demand. Whenever you lie. We..

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"khalib" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:31 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Yeah. It's interesting again, I don't know that I'm a complete buyer in this captured claim just yet. But obviously, there's something and I can tell you. It's actually legally why? But if. If the employers got together and said, we're not going to hire you because you're black if an employee if the people that run the only company in your industry got together to Iraq in a hurry because you're female. That's it. I'm pretty certain last caller, many others should have problem in Sarah. The Vince young deal is bitch. I believe got negative talk from Jeff Fisher's. Oh, coach. But as Jeff was right. He he went to other job. It was not collusion. Sean, I believe which collusion with Colin Kaepernick because a guy that goes takes a team to the Super Bowl in almost wins. And doesn't get any job any job something smells in that area. Well, the legal part she's saying, well, that's fine. That's their business. No is is. I said it is a violation. If true it's a violation of the collective bargaining agreement. He's kin. If you want to be precise. It is article seventeen section seven of the current collective bargaining agreement between the players and the NFL it's what the owners agreed to if they violated the agreement. They would be in violation of the agreement, and then they are subject to a civil case. How do we know this is moving forward because it takes twelve seconds to Google the whole legal process and just recently, a judge has moved for the case to go forward legal experts. Those not just representing Colin Kaepernick said this is a win for cabinet because the judge must have seen some evidence that meant that there might be enough year for the case to go his way, it'll go to a trial. Now, we'll see ninety is against the rules. Ninety five percent of current NFL players believe is collusion. Right. And those the guys on the front line. They've seen Colin Kaepernick. They know their teams, and I'm sure summer scratching their head going. Why do we have this step is the thirteen quarterback and not Colin Kaepernick? And why Colin Kaepernick never gets a call? Right. It's not. I agree with this. Again, I'm not convinced. This is that I'm buying this just yet. But. If you the last caller same with, Sarah if Sarah owns the Texans and says, I don't want him. I'll have to tell you why. I don't wanna hire him, right? Yeah. Here discretion. But if you get on the phone or meet together with all thirty two other people, and they say, for instance, I'm not gonna hire her. I don't want a woman Deccan that job. Yeah. Me either. Okay. I'm not going to hire. We agree. Not to hire. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. We all agree. We're not gonna do this. Yeah. I don't know. Anybody listening not on the merits of who you are as a player. Because they've all agreed. No one is going to touch you. You'll even get a chance to be bad to be cut. You don't get a job. It should be up to the individual franchises the decide that's the agreement. They put in place. They've agreed. Colluding violation of the agreement and it should be. Yeah. It should be. By the way. There's no evidence. He's bad for the game the evidence if you're going to argue that cause and effect it's just the opposite. The numbers are all up. Nailing? Does it matter? Does it matter, but we have not seen kneeling on TV this year during the regular season on my knowledge cleave. You're on LBJ. Hey, guys, I got to comment on the camper next thing. First of all, I actually believe he should be playing in the league. I mean, I've I've watched football to recognize he's got enough talent to be there. Probably. Here's another way spin. And just just correct me if I'm wrong in this thinking this way of thinking, but the NFL as a whole thirty two teams, they share revenue they negotiate contracts. Why wouldn't they NFL be considered one entity instead of thirty two? Is there an Ernie? Well, yeah. Okay. Here's the here's the answer for that. Well, number one is they agreed when it comes to hiring practices. It's up to each individual owner because all Fifty-three, look if that were the case, then if you said, hey, look, the cardinals are terrible. And since we're just one entity. Hey, I tell you what Cowboys would you give the cardinals Dak Prescott because we're all just one entity. And then I can we can all make them do it. But it's not that way you own a team you have rules to follow as a franchisee, but you get to hire and fire who you want because they're your employees. Okay. So you don't think there's I mean, if you're because the products are, well, no, no. Because the products would be completely generic if who you hire than I would say it's not fair that the patriots have Tom Brady, let's send him over to Chicago. Okay. I would say wait a minute. I'm paying him. I hired him. I do the contract with him. He's my employees. He's not the NFL. Is there thirty two individual owners? They are on all under one umbrella, and they have they have a collective bargaining agreement. In other words, they have some rules in place agreed to how they sell merchandise. How they do contracts. How they retain players all that stuff. That's that's the part that I think throws a wrench in there. Because if if that collective bargaining agreement is there, it doesn't matter. What what legally is fair or unfair illegal or not if they have a contract. That's what that are. The those are the rules. We all follow. And so that's where where honestly I think he might have a great case. Because there's talent wise, I think he should be in the NFL. What should happen? What should happen is? Yeah. But what should happen Khalib is? If you own the team, you should say. I'm sorry. If you don't think he's any good whatever I'm going to take a risk on. And that's the whole point of winning. And losing I get the higher. I want that's going to hopefully win. But what he's he's made the legal case. And a judge who said it, it seems there's enough evidence here to go forward is that Khalib Jeff, and and everybody talked and said even the Khalib wants him. Hey, man. Let's just agree. Not to do it organized crime to it organized effort. Yeah, it's mob. Like, it's not it's taken away Khalib chance to hire and fire, and you've agreed to and he has no say. Okay. Well, that's that's a fair argument. I think that. I I was really just trying to put the spin on it. How the NFL's going to answer this? Yeah. I get it over thirty two franchises not necessarily thirty two completely separate businesses. You know? Yeah. I agree. And they do share a lot of things they agreed to a contract on how they hire. They did whole thirty two of them. It's on paper. It's article seven. And they've agreed. They're not going to operate and collude on hiring practices. See this is. I mean, it's it's it's there that that is a rule. That's a rule. They both sides have agreed to it's gonna be very hard for him to prove unless there's some documentation or there some. Give recording. I was in league during the strike and one time I was technically injured during a strike in by agreement. You get protections financial protection. If you're injured over certain predefine. They can classify you you can get a paycheck for three weeks and get a paycheck for a full year, depending on how they classify the day the league what's on strike is the day that agreement was torn up nothing mattered, but they have agreement both sides have put put in place. And one of the things that they obviously have in place is you thirty two who can't decide together that you don't want him. I agree. I totally makes sense to me that if I were if I were running a franchise and said look coach, what would he do? He'd be the third string quarterback. Do we need this guy for third string? Now, forget it. The caller go find somebody else that would be perfectly reasonable. But for me to get together with my billionaire, buddies and decide to break the rule, if they did then they're gonna get busted on it. Period, period. Yeah. That's what the legal argument is here. It's not that you as an individual owner. Don't don't want him for any number of reasons. Look the forty Niners cut him. Not because he was kneeling the cut it because he wasn't playing. Well. But then at issue is the issue is he's not John Vince, young got more jobs the issue. This guy's lawyers argued is he can't even get back in the game. All of you said, no way. No how and that's a violation. If we can prove it if. Robert, you're on KLBJ, not safe to say that each individual owner could share the opinion of he's bad for my brand. And therefore, I won't fire him without collusion that could it could. Yes. You know what I mean? I know exactly what you mean. Yeah. I believe that each question individual owner. Yes, absolutely say that we we really don't wanna hire him individually, but they wouldn't be telling each other that it would be I would break the rules. If we if we went to each other. They'd break the rules. If I would tell my coach or general manager, I'd ask my general manager and say. Do we want to sign this guy? I mean, they do this all day every day the year round fifty fifty three players in a in an eight man practice squad. They do it all the time. They decide to hire. And fire all the time. Trust me up fire, plenty of times. That's up to them. They agreed to a rule that says you can't do it together. That creates a barrier to entry. It's not based on merit. Very. Counselor merit. One thing about that business is it is in spite of what many of you think can what somebody tries to tell you it is based on merit. You can have you can have a headless body the back of a car. If you're good enough. You're gonna sign sign you if he were better, it wouldn't matter if he kneels or as I said, you're Aaron Rodgers could urinate on the sidelines and still have a job capper. Nick is that outlier now who he's not Aaron Rodgers. He's a second or third guy. But he's a second or third guy that a bunch of rich whites dudes have said we don't want that around. We don't want the noise back in thirty seconds. Here's traffic with Patrick bandaid..

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"khalib" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Russia your comment about the freshman congress persons comments, specifically does her comments were disgraceful. This is a person that I don't know. I assume she's new I think she dishonored herself. And I think she dishonored her family using language like that in front of her son. And whoever else was there. I thought that was a great dishonor to her and to her family. I thought it was highly disrespectful to the United States of America. Yes. That's the appropriate answer. That's the appropriate answer. You don't say that about the president of the United States? And I'll say this until the cows come home. Brock Obama is a cool, dude. Like, you're standing from afar. You don't talk to him. You're not talking politics. The guy has learned to walk with a certain swagger when he reads a teleprompter. He's a very good communicator, just by the way, he pauses. With the things he says. Really make you take notice what he's in front of a crowd. I mean, that's learned. He wasn't born didn't grow up speaking like that that was learned, but he's very effective at it. Plus, he sings one hell of a good Al green song, that's cool too. So I never had a personal hatred for the guy not even really a personal dislike his policies sucked. He's a racist. He divided us on lines of race. And if you wanna talk about impeachment, I can give you probably four or five different things. He did that were legitimately impeachable. Although I never pushed for impeachment of of Brock Obama. I wanted to be voted out. And it didn't happen in two thousand twelve because you had you know, lame ass Mitt Romney. But when you're a newly elected Representative in the house of representatives. Remember when the one guy from South Carolina yelled you lie when Obama was talking about how ObamaCare wasn't gonna give insurance to illegals. That was a lie. But when that guy yelled that out during the state of the union, he was excoriated, man. He was treated like absolute crap. The media flipped out the word racist. Was used a lot when it came to that guy. Joe somebody I can't remember his last name. All he did was say you lie didn't say, you're a liar. Even call him a name. You just said you lie. And got in big trouble. Big trouble. How to apologize this that and the other wasn't appropriate for a Representative from the house of representatives to lash out at the president like that this city. Khalib calls the president one of the most vile things you can say the English language. I don't know that there are that many worse things in the English language than M F. I think if you're a woman if somebody's call calls, you the c word I think that's worse. But this is on par or close anyway. And the people cheered. People loved it. They couldn't get enough. It's disgusting. It's disgraceful. It's beneath which is supposed to be a Representative of her of her district. It's beneath what should be said in the house of representatives. And anybody who took any sort of glee from her saying that she check yourself. It was the top trending thing on Twitter all day. We didn't hear about the great economic numbers. We didn't hear about the great jobs numbers. What we heard was impeached. The. That's what we want to be in America. That's what that's what this this far left wing of the democrat party wants. I'm here to say the rest of us. Don't. I'm here to say it was beneath that office. Oh, by the way. If you're confused about who this woman is in her office on the global map map of the world. She put a post it note or something over Israel and wrote the word Palestine. That's who she is hates Israel, hate Jews. Hates her best friend of the middle. East hates our president hates our value system. Congratulations. Michigan. You brought into real winner. One eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty one eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero joepags dot com. We're coming right back..

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"khalib" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on 790 KABC

"All when your son looks at you and says momma lucky one, fully stolen. I recoil every time. I hear it Stu referring to her son. And of course, Joe Crawley. He absolutely agree with Pelosi. He thought that Pelosi handled this beautifully step back. Process response pitch perfect. So. I think your reaction. Yeah. No, recognizing the right to free speech software. Off the top. I've said this all along the president says the gender and the tone and the language the president used to she pales in comparison to what he's what is said. And so I think it's unfortunate that we've kind of, you know, getting back into more vulgar way. I think that the the congress as a collaborative body needs to work together to get things done. And I think they'd see handle just perfectly. Yeah. Yeah. Really, you know, the the Donald Trump he set the tone is Donald Trump's fall. That's that's how they're trying to play this. I'm telling you. I don't think that this is going to work out for for the Democrats. Maybe there is a generational shift going on your maybe the younger generation is more comfortable with being vulgar specialty in the halls of congress. But I I don't know I could be wrong. But I don't think that I am President Trump had a press conference today. And he really did set the tone didn't have custody. Do it. He set the tone. He addressed Khalib Eddie addressed the border wall and other things we'll talk about that at six twenty fourteen minutes after the hour time for eastside. Westside traffic.

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"khalib" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"When your son looks says. Says momma lucky one. Really? I recoil every time. I hear it still referring to her son. And of course, Joe Crawley. He absolutely agree with Pelosi. He thought that byu that Pelosi handled this beautifully setback process response. Pitch. Perfect. So I think watching your reaction recognizing the right to free speech. This. Thoughts for the top. I've said this all along the president's agenda and the tone the language the president used she pales in comparison to what he's what is said. And so I think it's unfortunate that we've kind of, you know, getting back into more vulgar way. I think that the the congress as a collaborative body needs to work together. To get things done. I think it just perfectly. Yeah. Yeah. Is really, you know, the the Donald Trump he set the tone is Donald Trump's fall. That's that's how they're trying to play this. I'm telling you. I don't think this is going to work out for for the Democrats. Maybe there is a generational shift going on here. Maybe the younger generation is more comfortable with being vulgar, especially in the halls of congress. But I I don't know I could be wrong. But I don't think that I am President Trump had a press conference today. And he really did set the tone didn't have custody. He set the tone. He addressed Khalib Eddie addressed the border wall and other things we'll talk about that at six twenty fourteen minutes after the hour time for eastside. Westside traffic. Steve Taylor Powell. Yes. Still some issues out there on the east side of James one of those Iraqis bound sixty approaching signal Butte road that's off to the right inside and some leftover through Scottsdale on the one on one heading south. Running around Thomas out to a Broadway. One forty three southbound.

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"khalib" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

08:11 min | 3 years ago

"khalib" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"President either doesn't know what he's talking about? Or doesn't want to know any time back. There's no way that money from a trade agreement. A profit that goes to pay for a walk. The president took a swipe I think as recently as today saying that you went on vacation to Hawaii during the shutdown now, you had said before the shutdown that he was being quite cavalier and that maybe the shutdown. We'll give him more time to golf. But in the end, it was you that took a holiday a holiday is observed the Christmas holiday for a few days in why cut in fact and half the tunnel would have had with my a cheap shot. But it's not it's not important. It's totally unimportant. But the fact is we all stood ready. We told our members we'll have twenty four hours notice for all of us to be where we need to be. Yeah. Right. What if the president had left town at the very onset of this quote shut down and quote of the government? It's a partial shutdown limited shutdown limited impact limited effect. But if Mr. Trump had left town, what do you? I think the headlines would have read eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five, but she's saying she Nancy Pelosi today, sworn in as house speaker of the congress of the United States sworn in today, the house of representatives now controlled by the Democrats an ANSI Pelosi saying the idea that I was out of town during Christmas holiday with the government shutdown in the works is unimportant eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five which is why I tell you that the shutdown of the government isn't the story the shutdown. The partial limited operation of a small portion of our massive government populated by one point nine seven million, employees ease. That's right. Is not the story. The story is whether or not the opposition party is going to govern in favor of illegal aliens in the United States of America, and whether or not America is going to control his destiny by controlling its borders. Eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five BRUCE'S listening to the program in Grosse Pointe. Bruce has always welcome to the program. Your comment. I know I've got him clicked in there is going ahead. Start started getting okay, good. Thanks for taking my call is always my I'll be at a really happy new year. Yes, sir. For you too. Thank you is. Well, yeah. That'd be before going to the topic. I wanted to discuss real briefly as yeah, she was out there. And why and you can bet she had her whole family whether a taxpayer expense. She's gotta fill that big old plan. Now doesn't. These people are such frauds? But anyway, now that this Congress's sworn in you know, I found it, and you can tell me if I'm all wet here. This is my this is my opinion. You know, this Rashida Khalib character now digging Conyers spot she was sworn in on Thomas Jefferson's copy of the seventeenth thirty four copy of the Koran now. If I'm not mistaken. I am this coordinated and the bible says you can't serve two masters. How can somebody swear to uphold the constitution? The United States is based on Christian values on a supposed-. Holy book that stands opposed to all the values that this nation was founded upon how is that possible. Well, one of the reasons BRUCE'S because the founders thought it was and I think it's a rather ingenious move that. We have a government that offers religious liberty and at the same time secularized governance. So we would restrict one A from using the religious text of their choice. A while it may seem a Matha to those who want to serve in the United States, Congress of the United States to swear by any other sacred texts than the bible, these people wouldn't be the first who've done, so oh, I know I understand that Keith Ellison. I know, and I I wanted this this Omar woman from Minnesota Minnesota. You can best believe she probably did. Yeah. And another thing, I don't think I miss Toledo really understand. Why Thomas Jefferson had that had that copy of the Koran it was because the Barbary pirates original Islamists? We're making war against us. Just like they've done for the past couple of hundred plus years, and you know, it just I don't know it just really kind of just at the wrong way, you know, kinda sticks in my craw. We're country based on Christian values. Absolutely. And to have to do something. Like that to me is, you know, I it it makes it to me it makes her her tenure there irrelevant. Unfortunately, she does have the power to vote for all kinds of things. Yeah. We're gonna see all avalanche of of what's he supports Medicare for all. Fifteen dollar a national minimum wage, you know, all these other leftist things that are on the other on the the the the smartest sport of social not to mention the specter of anti-semitism, which some are already attaching to her particular world view. So we'll be interesting to see how she makes policy or supports policy with regard to Israel. Bruce right now this women's March they've already cancelled a few events, my my understanding and one of the reasons why is because one of the organizers, Linda, Sarsour, not only attended an event put on by Louis Farrakhan. But she actually spoken his presence. I believe it was. You know? And I guess I guess I heard another one that they're canceling one in California because there are too many white women. Well, be that as it may what has happened is the stench of anti-semitism has been attached to the women's March which goes right to the point. I just made about MS to lay with this being the case the women's March. Organizers could no longer having ferreted out among their own ranks removed themselves from the stench of the anti semi world view. And so now they're trying to purge themselves of a distance themselves from it to protect the what they see is the integrity of this particular movement. I'm not so sure that's going to I'm not so sure that's going to help them Bruce. Yeah. And let's not forget not also did they do they want to get out to keep too many white women. But there were too many women who who stood for life. That's right women who stood for life Christian. That's right. Yeah. Christian women in Purtill. Did not know whether or not they would be welcomed into or at any women's March function. And even though some did show up. They didn't say it because it was because they were invited. It was simply because they decided to invite themselves. Yeah. No. Well, this has got to be an interesting year to say, the least that it will be Bruce. And as you well know elections have consequences. That's right. Yeah. What's what's the Chinese proverb? Maybe you live in interesting times. That's right. That's apparently actually occurs. Yes. That's right. And I think you can see the working of it right now. Bruce, let me let me ask you this Bruce. How'd you feel about us giving you a copy of Sebastian Gorka 's latest book why we fight? Oh, I would love that. We'll fantastic. Well, bro. Bruce, stay on hold. We're going to have our young show. Observer Luke, take your information and make sure you get a copy of that book. Well, thank you very much, Daryl. I certainly do appreciate that's very touching. You are welcome, sir. And thank you for being a listener out there in the audience, eight.

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