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"konya konya" Discussed on The Babylon Bee
"Idea. So for Konya Konya, he will do it you. I think he'll do anything, but it is since we're all headed down the tubes anyway. Hashtag, vision, two, thousand twenty and twenty twenty. Yeah, when he turned around. You know you'll, you'll think differently. Finally you know never know. So if cancel, culture is real then how come J. K. Rowling still. Around, yeah. Yeah. I saw a lot of the people that are you know? These people been canceled? That's why they could speak out on it. It's like the Joe Schmo like nobody's heard of who should be worried about because they're going to get canceled. No one will know, and no one will help them. Get to a certain amount of wealth, and you can say whatever you want. But it's the guy that's working at target has a political opinion. People don't like that's where the with the cancer culture really comes after. Yeah, that's where that yeah small businesses to. Care where there's a recent one online, one of these women who's accused of being like Karen or something yeah, they just completely destroyed her business. Camarillo details billionaires. White left hates billionaires I know those are the only people who are afraid to speak out. It's like emperor's new clothes. You know like a little kid who says like the emperor, actually naked, but in real life would be some jerk billionaire. that. He's only I can say without getting cancel this. I got money. Who Cares? Emperor's new villa way on my. Beautiful. All right well, said all we got to say about that. Are you still googling now covered? There's nothing I should have come and I don't know why I didn't think it takes some. Put some notes for myself their. Figured Frank had a lot saying this. He's the he's always tweeting about the I don't like. Jokes about people, that say cancel culture. Does that mean. Frank is secret billionaire. Say, there's like you know you're talking about how most people would be Nazis the cancer culture isn't real people would one hundred percent be Nazis. That's. problematic. Let's go onto.
"konya konya" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz
"The human voice voice is our oldest instrument. It doesn't take any sort of gear or technology to use it. It's sort of the opposite of Modern Day synthesizers. If you think about it but naturally people have tried to blend these two who opposites together to create something different and new our second story comes from the podcast just the beginning which is about how independent creators bring their ideas to life. The story is about a husband husband and wife team that created an instrument called the electricity but simply it kind of lets you sing like a robot. The story is reported by Michael Garoppolo a melodic robot yeah. That's a great description a robot who has a soul robot with the song so welcome welcome you throw my name is Maya Kante. I am in charge of Business Business Strategy Marketing and cracking the daily whip who my name is Bosko Kante. I'm in charge Egypt engineering the Vision for the company which is a shared. I don't know about the extort low. They got to see the elector spit when we sat down for this interview and it looks a little bit like a pair of headphones that you wear around your neck with the part that you'd normally put over your ears. Bosco calls them sound cups resting right on your throat so the way that the electric works the sound comes is into the sound cups. If I put it on neck to go through my neck and out of my mouth it replaces your vocal cords so if I talk at the same time hey you can hear it in the background but if I open the back of my throat into now you'll get ear that's what it sounds sounds like the electricity is actually based on an older instrument called the talks that was used a lot in the nineteen seventies and early eighties birth and that's when Bosco got hooked. I was in middle school at the time and I would ride in my neighbors six five impala and he would play Zap more balanced the outs and then we would go to the skating rink and they will have break-dancing popping competitions and that was the main song for those competitions ever since that time. I wanted to know how to make that sound. How do they do that. Vasco went on to spend years mastering his talk box technique and he is a Master Bosco is one of the few goto guys in the music business and his credits prove it. He's played talk box on tracks by Bruno Mars big boy. So why is he trying to reinvent it. Well first of all the talks is notoriously difficult to play. There are some let's say basic design flaws for example. You have to try to sing while you're holding a plastic tube in your mouth and if you hold it in the wrong place it doesn't sound right and even if you hold it in the right place. It still sounds like you have a tube in your mouth and then there's Konya Konya okay so I I had the opportunity to play live on the American music awards with Kanye West because I did this song called as workout plan that I wrote and there's a big talk box solo solo but before the show talking about what the performance is going to be like and it's going to have all these dancers and you're gonNA be moving around because they were doing a workout routine right Dante. The talk box is not mobile so I'm GONNA have to lip sync the which sucks because this is my big moment to like show everybody on the world you know how great of a talk boxer. I am and no I'm out there doing a milli. Vanilli we that was the inspiration for electrospace.
"konya konya" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Talk a little bit about late night. And politicization of late night, I was always Leno Letterman guy part of that is because I'm not from New York to really enjoy Letterman you probably have to have roots in New York. Well, now David Letterman interviewed Konya west for the first episode of his Netflix shows second season. His first season started with Barack Obama and Letterman basically gave him a button massage. But now he's sitting down with comu- and the interview did not go great for either Letterman or Konya Konya said some very true things with regard to President Trump Konya was he talked a little bit about a fight that he had with Drake. But then he talked about his politics and Trump. He says the he was talking about Trump and, and basically Tanya, says this is like my thing with Trump. We don't have to feel the same way, but we have the right to feel what we feel when he says when he wears his maga- hat around is. America. Great again hat. He says it's not about politics, but rather an attempt to break the stigma about showing support for Trump. Which, again, I've always said that Conway is a brave man just for doing that. Just for saying, listen, we're allowed to have conversations about this sort of stuff that it is not racist to where a maga- half that we're allowed to have various points of using the, like that, that is an inherently good thing that Konya west was doing even if I think the west is sort of a bizarre character. So David Letterman did exactly what David Letterman does. But she said, did you vote for Trump and says, I've never voted in my life. And then Letterman said, then you don't have a say in this and the audience cheers. Excuse me. So you don't have a say in how we have discourse with one another, unless you voted for Trump. Why I didn't vote for either of the top two candidates in two thousand sixteen. I didn't vote at the top of the ticket at all, does this mean that I, I don't have a say here about politics. What's David Letterman's voting record? So in other words in order for you to defend the decency of voting for Trump, you have to voted for Trump. That's. I mean, ridiculously in order for me to understand somebody else. I have to have done the thing, the other person did what absolute sheer nonsense, but David Letterman is considered a Wilkins, lectu among these these folks. And then I said, well, you got me, you got me and then he went on his anti thirteenth amendment rant that drew from sprays, and then let them and try to get to condemn Republican led voter suppression efforts. It's this is so gross. I love the fact that, that Netflix will feature this boring boring. Terrible Letterman garbage, non comedic, boring and awful. We'll feature that kind of stuff on Netflix. Letterman tries to get Connie to condemn voter suppression efforts by the way that are not voter suppression efforts. This is such absolute garbage black folks in the United States have been out the percentage of the population basically since two thousand eight continuously Letterman says, so if I see a person that I admired talking about Donald Trump can think whatever he does. I wonder if those thoughts indirectly aren't hurting people who are already being hurt. So in other words, Letterman is now making the case to west a black man, they Connie is hurting black people because Konya doesn't think the way David Letterman, white, man thinks about Donald Trump and about Donald Trump thoughts about black people. Got it. Can we call this whites planning it seems like that's whites planning. Connie than says that he has sympathy for Trump voters who are, quote treated enemies of America, because that's what they felt, which is exactly right. Which is exactly right. And then have you ever been beat up in your high school for wearing the wrong hat? He says, liberals bully people from supporters one hundred percent one hundred percents. The fact that David Letterman though is considered. I thought he was a comedian is any thing here. Funny. And the merger of comedy and politics is really dangerous, by the way. So as the merger of sports in politics, all the areas of American life, in which we used to find some sort of common respite have been removed from us late night TV Johnny Carson. You never knew how he voted. He happened to be a democrat. Never voted people used to gather around and watch that stuff together. It's funny. Yeah. You see this on Twitter a lot. You see in social media, a lot when.
"konya konya" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"There was rumors about them clubbing music and at the VM as that year Taylor swift gave Konya the award for the the vanguard musical video Ord. So and when Khan and when Taylor gave it to Connie she said like she made a joke. Oh thing. She's like I'm going to let every other artists finish, but kind as had one of the most amazing careers of all time. So people were like, oh my God. This feud is Donald that we've buried the hatchet. It's kind of cool to see them. Like friends again. I remember Taylor has gotten flowers from Connie that she posted like, my friend Konya Konya Taylor twenty twenty something like that. Then the famous the song famous comes out, which has a line about Taylor swift. So this is kind of when the feud reemerges and the line in the song is I think me and Taylor might still have sex y made that bitch famous. So as soon as that comes out tellers camp is like oh my God. I can't believe you were disrespect for like this. It's ridiculous. We never knew about this. And Kanye was like hold up a called her for approval. She said, she loves the line thought, it was hilarious. And was so on board with it and tell us like we had no idea that was going to be the line. And Kim is like, of course, you knew we have video of it the keeping up with the crash she crashing cameras were filming at the time of this. Call and apparently Taylor's team had called Kim. And Connie and said, don't you dare do anything with that video like don't you dare release it and episode of keep with Kardashians? As we all know, they released the video and it's Connie on the phone with Taylor saying like he reads the line. He reads her. Up until like, I think me and tell him I'd still have sex. That's what she reads. He he leaves out the I made that pitch famous and Taylor tweets, the a like a statement. And it was like that moment when Kim and KANU Connie record your phone, call without your knowledge, and she was like she was like, I didn't know they were gonna say that bitch. So now, she's kind of going back on her story, which like, yes, she gave permission. But it wasn't that exact line. It was like that's what you're going to be upset about like fleas like in my in my opinion. Other people can argue like, yeah. That isn't going to be called that bitch in front of everybody. The whole thing is that it's just like really hindered her credibility because she started out by saying that she had no idea of any actually it was kind of just the word choice that I wasn't okay with. But the second that you lie about that. Everybody's kind of like way Doug is also in my opinion. Like, if there was a line in that that I would have wanted to run by teller that I would have thought was the inappropriate line or the may be controversial. And it would have been the I think being Taylor might still have sex. Not I made that pitch famers like that's the part that. I am. And something about KANU that a lot of people say and others may disagree. Is that his intentions are tend to usually be in the good place? And they tend to come forward in a way that he thinks is with his best intentions, right? So I can totally see me like, okay. The other line doesn't matter. Let's just reader this line. A lot of people could argue that he purposely left that out knowing that you'd be upset. I don't know. I personally think that he thought that was gonna be the controversial. And and that's why I read it. And quite frankly, he didn't use her full name. I don't think he needs even run it by her at. All right. He there's no legal thing there. He thought he legally had to. But it was the right? That's what I'm saying..
"konya konya" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"She was weird. Yeah. She's best in short bursts popping in like award shows. Here's the award or Twitter. Love the little, you know, used to men. But speaking of long form shows we're going to get our dream. Konya on Twitter said that he had a conversation with Joe Rogan, and is going to go on Joe Rogan casts. I am here. When that happens. I can tell you this. It is going to be the most downloaded podcast in the history of all podcast. I think the Mark Merrin Obama was the number one timer wasn't. I think and I think Elon Musk was number two. This will blow it out of the water. And especially if this goes on for typical Rogan for three hours. Imagine hearing any it this one I will again because I like watching video shows in in particular Rogan, this one Amena sit down and just kids asleep and just enjoy my life. Bop, internet cable, and just what let's let's let's hang on for their life. Yeah. See where this goes. I hope he gives us Konya Konya. Oh, I think you will. Because like his his Twitter rants today. Have been spectacular talking about being exposed. That's an interrogation go. Yeah. With Rogin three hours three hours. If it was just an hour. I don't think he would get as much out of people as he does. It's when you get into that second third hour you start breaking down. You don't you forget, you're on a podcast. You forget the campus. Deposition in court yet false confession. Yeah. Man. So that that'll be amazing. I'm super fucking stoked about that to happen. Yes. And again like today on Twitter was like dude don't think that I'm not pro Trump, and I'm rooting for Trump and twenty nine teen and all this other shit because I am like fuck you guys and. Somebody else from New York Times came out today to the editor of the New York Times. She's one of the first female editors ever. She quit, and I think two thousand sixteen okay came out. And she said she was talking about the news. And she was being honest about everything she was like, look, man. If you want to gain the public's trust back, you've got to stop with the Trump bashing and all this other shit and start reporting news again, like real news instead of opinion based stuff, and she goes, she said, the same thing, she confirmed it I've always said of like, I think they're doing it because of how much money they're making and not like news is out the window. So she confirmed in this the first time somebody who's ever confirmed these numbers with the New York Times. So the New York Times because they're now subscription based where it's like, a dollar, whatever and. Or you get to read like ten free articles. And then the after that they charge you whatever it is. She said their subscriptions once Trump got elected, and they started bashing Trump went from six hundred thousand to over two million subscriptions, she goes there now. Yeah, she goes because they are failing and they're going out of business and print media's is dying. Now, you have to serve who's buying your shit like like a TV show. Now, you've got to serve your audience in once, you know, your audience that that it's all liberal elitist and all of that shit. If you don't service them every single day, like a TV show, or whatever else you you're gone. You're going to be out of business. Once I read those numbers and heard her speak about it like, it's entirely true. And it's everything that I've always been saying. But now, it's confirmed where I think she said, the Washington Post is the same way and look. I would say most newspapers. Except in the USA today is servicing an audience that is paying and if they get away from that audience it's over. Yeah. This. I mean fuck name in triple almost quadruple your numbers man because stop bashing Trump. Now, if he wanted to the other thing is now after after she leak this, and I've said this forever..
"konya konya" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"A. Okay. The voice of the community. Call in four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three still Kanye west controversy from this week and other said before the break people, call Khania crazy. The reason they call them crazy. Is because they just don't understand Tanya. He's articulating concepts that are unfamiliar to regular people is articulating them at a speed at which most people can't comprehend are take them in. That's what's important to get the transcript and read through it. Even on the SNL skit last night. They said, well, you know, there are multiple universes. And I made it seem like that's a crazy statement. But we all believe in multiple universes. We believe there are different dimensions in different realms, which our souls exist as an an heaven and a hell with older, multiple dimensions are multiple universes. So it's not a foreign concept to people. But when you take it and chop it up and split it out. Then you could make anybody sound crazy. And there was a quote from TI on a big boys. TV yesterday are this weekend where he said. Conway in some was a sell-out step and fetch negro something along those lines. I'll get the exact quote for you guys later. But I just I find it completely insane. That people like TI criticize Conway for speaking Trump people like snoop Dogg criticize Conway for speaking. What Trump when their entire musical careers have been based off promoting a music and culture that's been destructive to the black community. You can say what you want about Konya. He's never made music about the destruction of black, folks. He's never had songs about selling crack to people. Yeah. Crack music credit music was about new music being addictive like crack, not about selling crack. He's never had solid shooting up. People murdering folks pimp women beat him folks up. That's never been communist style. As always been upper echelon elite upper middle class educated form of hip hop. But for some reason people who have had the most destructive music over the last several decades filled that they can talk about Conway because of his political leanings are because of his choice in individuals to follow. Just about a month ago opened a pop up trap museum to promote his new album dime trap. Where you go walk in and see people cutting up cocaine on the table second it up begging it up hard in it out guns everywhere. Remember came out with a pimp squad, click about pimping women selling drugs shooting up robberies, and somehow Konya is the sell out because he wants to bring factories bet to the middle city the inner city. And release political prisoners like Larry Hoover. What is going on in our minds where we think that the person who want to sell drugs to your community to little children to grandma's? Remove property values. So they can buy Cadillacs and chains that person is to hero. But the person who wants to bring back jobs to the inner city and release political prisoners is to sell up. If brainwashed one is the uncle Tom is to step in is the house negro. What sets are logic. Does that make? Right now, while people are still criticizing Konya Konya is over in Africa. Making music and doing missionary work. Understand the remember between snoop Dogg TI and every other rapper out there who is critical of Konya. Kim Kardashian got more people released from prison than any of them have. And the reason she had the access to get people released from prison because of Conyers tacit support for Trump. Let's understand the discussions that. We're having in the brainwashing. Which is going on through the media. The media now has a vested interest in saying that Connie as an insane person because he talks about Kirkegaard because he talks about. Frederick MSCI because he talks about. Concepts of law to go back to Hama Robbie that makes him crazy. Because what a black man is post talk about is, jewelry, and guns and drugs and pimping women and all those things you can have a deep understanding of European philosophy. Oh, no, no. That's the wrong with you. My brother. You can't make up your own opinion about things do. No, no, no, no, no, sir. Tom's do y'all think too hard. Not to mention that uncle Tom was a hero the story. I don't know. How many times we have to repeat this Tom is the one who saved people Sambo is the one who was the the enemy was the villain of the story. But on that same note the media can teach you to someone like Tom is the enemy at someone like Sambo is insignificant to the story. They can take whatever the reality of the situation is and turn it around. And they make you think that your friend is your enemy. Your enemy is your friend right now, what Democrats around the country needs to be doing is listening to cognac. Listen to cognac. Because you have an electric coming up in less than thirty days, articulating, a point of view an opinion, which is by and large accepted by many black men when he says that he did not feel empowered by the democratic message in twenty sixteen. I'm with her was not a message with motivated black men to get up there and vote. And that when you have this big push away from African American males. Being the economic leaders of the household away from the need fathers to be part of the community. The need of black men to have leadership positions within the church or the corporations we have such a push away from those traditional values. Then what you're going to see is the backlash that we saw in twenty sixteen which can only be exacerbated in two thousand eighteen now, I'm not saying that every black man, you know, it's gonna put on a mega. They might not walk into that voting booth with the same intensity. Did they did previously? You're gonna end up with a lot of secret Trumpers, the secret Trumpers at once you on social media. And in public say, I can't stand that number forty five. Cheeto dirty, orange Aranka attain nasty. Grab him by the you know, what so on and so forth. They'll be the number one people saying that the election time. They'll go into the voting booth, and they may tell you they're voting democrat all the way down the line. But they're gonna get in there and say, you know, this this far point six percent. Unemployment is nice. And I like the way that he stands up to the media. I like the way that he doesn't back down when people challenge him like the fat, the he's one to stand up and say that a man is simply guilty the minute that he's accused of something. I like the fact that he is an alpha strong assertive male. Understand that. And when you understand this. You will see that what these individuals will do is either a not voted all which is the risk. It's always a risk or be. The vote for someone other than the democrat who's running. And that's something that does not show up on polling that does not show up in any metrics. They're not gonna tell anybody about it. They're not getting campaign about it. But that's ten to twenty percent of the vote that swings elections. That's at ten thousand votes in Detroit and Flint who didn't vote for Hillary. The gave Trump Michigan. That's that percentage of black men. I think it was what thirteen percent of black men voted for Trump in the last few. Let him well double that number didn't vote for Hillary. And that's what swarmed the election. So unless Democrats are ready to start listening to Konya and understanding the point of view and perspective. He's articulating you risk losing an entire generation of young black men and older black men who do not like and have not been consulted on our asked about the new feminist culture that puts them at the back of the bus. We'll talk more about this after the break. 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"konya konya" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"You know, standing against each other that can happen nationwide. If we just put aside our differences every single day. No question. How did you guys? I'm sure covered on the sheriff day. How did you guys feel about Conway and Trump because I I couldn't I couldn't get enough of it? I couldn't get enough of him. Of Kanye west Pasco. I phone is zero zero zero him showing his phone when he was telling Trump or what he was telling everybody to hate that. He looks bad. We all look bad and Trump's go and he's right. He's writing I ate that up yesterday too. I found myself fascinated by it I watched it was her last night. We got home from the hockey game. I. I understand why people want to say Connie as crazy or Connie is on drugs or the people from the rap community saying he shouldn't be meeting with the president and the people on the right saying, look he had an opportunity as a businessman and then entertainer to get an audience with not just Jim Brown, but the president of the United States of America. He just promoted Yee's in front of the world, right? And in a rambling twenty minute speech where he said he was not bipolar. By the way, said he was misdiagnosed, and it was just a lack of sleep that day. Connie is on another level, man. And he spoke to the president as if they were contemporaries yet, he kind of marked out to him as well. I can't get enough of it either. And I'm sitting here a day later wondering why people are so mad at Konya. And at the president as I'm talking about how we're not that divided and things like that. I the one thing I'm taking away from this is the reaction of the people on the left the left being so hateful towards this guy. I mean, I was reading some of, you know, TI's put put out a big post yesterday in the words that are being used to describe Konya from from uncle Tom to things that are much worse than that. It's sad. Because it just shows you that you really can't have your own opinion. If it doesn't agree with there's people want to act like because of the color of Conyers skin, he has to act a certain way, he has to fall in line with a certain way of thinking, etc. And the thing is this. Yeah. Is Konya Konya will follow Connie's rules and Connie as guidelines and as vision, I might not like everything he does. And I might not like everything he says. But I love that he is unfiltered and himself, and I love people who have conversations and the conversation that Connie had with Donald Trump yesterday is one of the most legendary conversations to ever take place publicly in that office where is the footage of kid rock and President Trump because we saw kid rock. We saw kid rock walk in. We didn't see him walk out. We didn't see what they were talking about. I gotta say not being published very much. But that room was full of so much damn talent. The other guy who was right there. In the mix was Mike love lead. Singer of the beach boys was right there in the mix kid rock in Konya yesterday. Getting there was some heavy hitters there. Some of my favorite musicians of all time. Well, the reason none of them managed to grab the headlines because con- you had them all I think I think the relationship, but you know, there are a lot of musicians there for him to sign that that music Bill, which I guess is actually gonna be good. It's gonna put some music into the pockets of musicians from their streaming royalties because a lot of people they they they're music on Spotify. And that's everybody listens. See? Point zero zero zero five cents you download. So I think a lot of them were there to support that in the Kanye, you know, he gets his own gets a special time, you think kid rock and are cool with each other. Yeah. I would I would hope they cross paths. I would hope that they could collab- and get an album together. I think despite how kid rock feels politically. I think he'd raucous cool with so many people because he's a part of so many genres of music and how he came up in the basement of the DJ like I think everybody's cool with kid rock. They call him, Bobby. I got season they call him, Bob and private no kid. Yeah. I wish I could disagree with you. But I remember seeing a tweet from Chuck d from public enemy's saying that kid rock puts on one of the best live shows. He's ever seen his entire life. And I was like, wow. Even due to our such purists when it comes to wrap they buy into the Barbara cane, he came up as a hip hop artist. I mean in the Valley, I mean, there's a lot of people want to pretend like that didn't happen. This dude was a legitimate figure in Detroit hip hop in the early nineties like not just oh, my expect coach swig just get a car wash is like things spitting spit out of those brand new ribs swigging.
"konya konya" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Walk once again to investor's edge. So, ladies and gentlemen, we've been trying to tell you for a very long time, the fix the fix wasn't for some reason. I I don't know where it happened. What happened, and it's part of why we have so much debt so much deficits. Because of what's happened. Throughout the years that the media said nothing for eight years under Obama about nine trillion of debt, white they rip Bush for eight years. And now, they're ripping Trump. It's just a scam by the media, they are a really corrupt institution. And again, I'm talking the opinion people. I'm not talking about on the right? Rush limbaugh. Sean hannity. Got that. I'm not talking about the op Ed writers in the New York Times on the left up talking about anchors. What anchors post the do? A report the news, you know, they should sit niche share. Get their little teleprompter. And report the news. But they they never really did. They're all their questions are from the left. They're angles from the left. They're smirks from the left. They're kissing up. To the last. The making fun of and emasculating the rights innocent left, right? Guilty is just what you saw cabinet. I'll just now. A against simplicity for you. A woman accused a man a man denied it. The woman provided for witnesses said no never happened. No other evidence. But the media carry that as one hundred percent the truth. I watch people on TV. It happened. Like they were there and their goal is to make you believe that they are not full of crap. But they are so cognac. When Connie went on a telethon. I believe it was for a hurricane or something. I don't remember exactly what it was four. But he was on telecom with Mike Myers each of the civil liberties came on and Kanye aware said George Bush hates black people were does not like black people and Mike Myers was like, oh my God. Get me outta here. Type of thing because it was supposed to raise money. The media kiss Conyers are. The. Lumbered him. Oh, Konya Konya Condie's got it, right? He's the greatest though, Mike God, I watch for days. Hell we put them up on a pedestal. For days. Now, con Los Trump. Cagno was in the White House today. And if you can get the video go get it. It was I I don't even I describe it to you. But I couldn't care less about Connie. I don't like him. I don't dislike them. I've heard his music. I can take a leave. You know, it's not for me type of thing. I'm Jay Z guy. Anyway. The media's happy having clap sets. They call them a bad negro on TV on the media that the negro doesn't read by the way, I'm not making this up. And now the media the us the little coin language that it was all ranting today Connie's ranting, and they're making fun of his mental illness CNN anchor Don lemon making fun of Connie and his past mental illness, just a few months after a CNN icon. Anthony bourdain killed themselves committed suicide. Which I gather from mental illness. These people are insane. These media types, they are in such. I don't even know what oxygen. They breed to where it's the sharks versus the jets. Instead of reporting the news, they are taking old amid signs and making themselves look like morons what I want you to do you go to my Twitter feed. Go look at the video. I put up of these two blizzard heads on MSNBC one in Ali Belsey who used to be on al-jazeera and some woman Stephanie. Bob. There embarrassment as media. And again, we're not talking opinion people. These are people that has posted a report the news. Konya? He doesn't have the mental illness. They do all because. He's now for Trump. If he was ripping truck like Bush. They be kissing his arse again. And therein lies when I talk to you about the fix is in when dealing with everything the stats, the markets the economy and all that and ladies and gentlemen, it all intertwines. So just remember these things and remember, we don't like anybody. We don't like the socialist though. Go watch that little tape that I put up on my Twitter feed and go, by the way, Twitter's Adamy me back, all my followers. I went from ninety two thirty. I back up the fifty six I I'm pretty sure I'm in the eighties. And I don't know they took him away. They're adding them back. I don't know what the hell is going on here with this Twitter. They better get their act together. Stockton. He cut me off again..
"konya konya" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"We were able to bleep some of it out, but there was some of it did make it in there. That was crazy. That was. All of a sudden now the left they're, they're clutching their pearls about profanity. They hate profanity. These are the left heirs PSA's of little children, screaming the f. word, scream. All of these things they have slut walks every every big sign that they post is f. this and f. Trump and f. that that's all they t- they all giggle. Now they clutch their pearls. You said Konya west might have said a swear word in the Oval Office. Just Google Lyndon Johnson Cussing Lyndon Johnson curse it. Listen to Lyndon Johnson said in the Oval Office, I'll tell you his language was a lot saltier than Tanya Wests Bill Clinton. What did. So we're talking about what Kanye west said in the Oval Office legend. When we think back on people degrading the Oval Office, what it Bill Clinton do in the Oval Office. You know, you know how I'm, you know, I like cigars. For instance, I'm a cigar fan, cigar enthusiasts, and they say sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. Well, for Mr Clinton, sometimes a cigar is not just a cigar, and sometimes it's not just a cigar in the freaking Oval Office. You hacks. You hypocrites. Opened up. The tumblers clone is in what they're really upset about is that it's not just a racial thing, though. There is a racial component. They're upset that a prominent black man is is now a Republican is supporting a Republican administration. They're also upset that celebrities supporting a Republican. They're also upset that a young person is supporting the Republic. They're also upset that. Position is support. It's a perfect storm and they are all they're all lissome Alana's. There are all these little doughy white people. I well listen. Molyneaux is not Dewey, but she is she, her intellect is at least a little bloated and she's and they say, make Konya Konya Konya he's not allowed to say these things. He's in, what does he do? Titans that maga- cap, even tighter, absolutely beautiful stuff. We're, we're going to have to talk about this with Jane coast and when she comes on because the left is furious, the narrative is breaking down what MSNBC is saying. They said you probably had your your TV on mute. No, no, no. You had your TV on MSNBC. We were all watching and you wish we had our TV on mute. They're saying no there until the wizard of Oz. No, no, don't don't look. Don't look at the man behind the curtain. No, don't believe your lying is sorry. I saw it. I saw it, love it. We've got a, we've got to move on, unfortunately because there's so much to get to their. Actually. The Democrats are now admitting that they're practicing witchcraft. Am I like the voice of one crying out in the wilderness right now? I was calling this last week and other admitting, yeah, we practice witchcraft before we get to that. I've got to thank bamboo HR. Let's make a little more money, Honey. I know this, you know, I it. I'm trying to make this day even better. You've gone. Yea become huge Rebublican. You've got Democrats admitting that they're witches, and now I just want a little money to make it perfect, and I can help you make some money because bamboo HR manages all of your employees data and automates the countless tasks you have to deal with. If you own a small or medium-sized business, if you work in age or you know, have crazy, it can be look. You can imagine working with me HR z. top concern for people and. Oh, I'm sorry. My phone is ringing. The real. I'm sorry, this is why we need HR is because of accidents like this. We clearly we, we got a call up our HR manager. If you work in HR if you work with me, you need a lot of HR. It's very important and people don't want to deal with it. They don't want to do with the spreadsheets. The time off to manage things, never ending paperwork, the countless random employee issues..
"konya konya" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In the racism over the idea. People don't have land. They settled for brands. We want. Again, we want. No hatfields casting have our own land and have ownership of our own block shit. Shit. Then it's all about how something is about the patina. For more on. I got shoot up. So that's kind of an interesting. I'll tell you what I didn't listen to everything he said, the two of them sitting there, it just feels ridiculous. But I thought I was actually talking some sense. He said it's we've settled for brand overland since we don't have ecconomic equality. We can't acquire nice houses and the things that other people have in this country. So we go for the brand it's the bling. It's the fancy stuff. It's the brand over the land. I haven't heard it put that way before. Thank you Konya Konya also had this to say. Brain ability to the to the police officers, the Mexican police officers are just like us. But this is the whole hate building. Right. And that's a major thing about ratio. We also we have to take responsibility for what we're doing. We kill each other more police officers, and that's no. Is not an issue because they are at least a position of power. But sometimes there are placement law enforcement, they need to be more power to force versus how you shouldn't have to force people to do that. So a lot of police officers sitting there there'd be forced to do this forced to do that block. And then they force somebody into something we have to release the love throughout the entire country. A give opportunities. And then he went on for nine more minutes. I'm not kidding. And President Trump was a very good listener. He it's kinda funny because afterwards like then Kanye stops. And there's this pregnant pause and Trump said, well, how do you follow that? You know, like what can I say now and everybody laughs, and whatever the hell just happened was diffused. But I think it had a chance to sort of steep to the other chance to listen to it and think about it. So Kanye and the president we're on a roll you've heard dole Matete place some cuts from the newsroom, maybe Kim Willis. Well, but they are a band of brothers those to Donald Trump and Kanye west at the White House today talking about among other things crime in Chicago. Well, I hope they figure it out and let us know. By the way, a lot of you have been texting to me because we started the show today. Talking about a star is born the movie that I don't know if you know this now that by law, you have to see, and if you don't cry they tax you it's like that. I said it was a good movie. I was underwhelmed unit. How a movie gets built up more than it should be done. It's never as good as you hope. Thanks a lot Lou Manfredini. Well, this is one of those movies in my estimation. I'm doing you the service, ladies and looking at elephant Violeta now of lowering your expectation bar. So that when you go see it, it can rise to whatever level it is. But I'm scared Wendy Twenty-three, juju bees my house Griffin. Gave it a twenty. Wow. And he's the movie guru Brenda gave it a nineteen. I gave it an eighteen out of one to twenty three juges is still pretty high up there for all three of you twenty is kind of the threshold Rigaud. Wow. Awesome. Eighteen in my house. They knew. Oh, so you didn't like it that much. I want you guys. Remember that John is doing a public service because he's the same one that said Hamilton. Affect you. Gave that one what seventeen affirmative? Yeah. So, you know, he may just be level setting all of our expectations, and it's the whole ruse. He really loved it. He's crying right now. Just thinking about it do not be fooled. Kanye lies. And looking at Konya on TV right now CNN can't turn it off. I'm watching Connie and Trump and the Dow at the same time, it's very unsettling. The Dow is down three eighty which is less than six oh to where it was a while ago. So celebrate being down three eighty by the way, I left that movie last night. And I was thinking I hate being an outlier you may think. Oh, there you go. Again, john. I don't know what to tell you. That's where my head and heart are on these things and when I came out of Hamilton. I thought was pretty good. It wasn't the best. Craziest greatest thing that's ever happened. And you feel like you're such an antagonistic. I think that you you speak your mind like that. Because I think a lot of people feel the same way, but are too embarrassed to say, I think a lot of people go exactly that they get on the bus. They don't wanna they don't want. Like, oh, it's the best show in the world. And you're like, okay me singing. And I can't believe I'm saying this. But it goes back to the point Conde was mankind making conned about group think about how we have these ideas that other people have and we just share them just because someone else we trust set it rather than thinking how we really feel about it was that a shot at Taylor swift Tanya there. Oh, I don't know. I don't know that might be the subtext take by first time. He's interrupted her. Oh, violeta. You can turn your mic off and go home now because it's not going to get better than that that that is the most brilliant observation of the day Wanda, you're on WGN. What did you say wanted? You're on the air. Yes. My my qualifications. I could never be hired as a critic because my criteria not not criteria. But my method is I liked it a lot you have to see it. I'm gonna buy it when it comes out on DVD. I liked it. But I'm not going to buy it. I liked it. I'm not going to buy it. But I recommend that you see it. I went to see it because of all the hoopla about it in two weeks before I had just seen the James Mason and Judy Garland version. Yeah. And I wasn't tears by the end of the movie, but the first part of it, the music is so loud and. Hurting my ears. That I that I didn't really care for it. Somebody called. The lady Gaga is an actress, and Dave Chapelle is too. So somebody called in or texted in L. If told me about this, and they were upset with the coarse language, if there's an f-bomb counter out there that thing is spinning at the stars born I try to ignore that. I think you can it's in context. It's you know, it's a. It's an alcoholic blues singer for crying out loud. So what do you expect from Bradley Cooper's character? Hey, die in the end. So it's like going to see the Titanic over and over again. What is it? How do you? Why do you do that? You know, how it's gonna end. A lot of people don't. So I'm cutting you off. Thank you. Thank you a lot one does. By now. Yeah. So I told you had the same end. Well. Wong? So. White House today. I can't think that I do have one positive comment in response to what just happened. There's still the plot of the movie, right? How did they get there? What happens? So you don't know. It's going to happen. I'm sure we'll still be amused by the seeing is better in the Barbra Streisand version A we used to rent movies or a rate movies at my house rented skip it see it rented skip it when used to rent movies. You would say should I go see it at the box office rented on VHS, DVD, whatever or just skip it outright. So that's how I used to rate movies, but that seems to be a little antiquated now. I mean, if you rented it how you don't have anything to play it in what format would you rent it anyway, but who really really watches movies come on come on just everybody. Here's the question. Text to me this and it'll just hit we get because Wanda cried at this movie. The Mafra Dini's cried, my friend, Jordan and her husband, cried, I think Bernie may have had a sniffle there. I got a little bit the first half hour this movie. And then I think it went downhill from there. Anyway, what's the movie you cried at tell me about your big cry movie? Three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred this is WGN..
"konya konya" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Guy says he comes up, you actually comes up to my buddy and he says, hey, man, I'll bet you ten dollars that I can tell you where you got your shoes, both city and state. So my buddy, I think he bought his shoes in Maine or something said, all there's no west and easy. Ten dollars. Okay. Yeah. Okay, fine. I'll LA. Yeah, you can tell me where I got the issues city and state. I'll give you ten dollars. He said, you got him in New Orleans. Louisiana said, no, I actually got him in Maine said, note you got him on your feet right now in New Orleans, Louisiana, you know, and my buddy had to pay ten bucks. And so. Oh, all right. That was a funny joke. So later on were walking through walking down bourbon street or something, and some guy turns to us and he does the same stick. He goes, hey, man, I'll bet you ten dollars. You can't tell me where you got shoes New Orleans. We'd Rabah and I cut him off. I was like, yeah, I know where I got my shoes. I got him in Orleans, Louisiana, no money, and and then he dropped the whole show, is it? Okay. All right. No worries. And he starts behaving like a normal person and it was really jarring because the line is pretty funny. I'm probably gonna use the line myself. You know the tell you where you got your shoes, but it was the. It was the performance of it that because this guy, you know, he's hanging out on the streets of New Orleans. He looks certain way. He's a certain age. He's in a certain place that he's got to put on a show. He's got a, he's got a kowtow to a certain line that we expect him to to behave like. And that's exactly what CNN is demanding. Konya west. That's exactly what Democrats are demanding. That's exactly and it's not a race thing. Either white white Democrats are demanding this as well. They're saying, who was it? Some actress. Tweeted out a picture and said, make Konya Konya again, he's gotta stop being Republican. He's gotta start. He's gotta stop being independently minded. He's got a start kowtowing to the line. He black people are supposed to be Democrats. That's what we're telling you. You have to perform this way. It's really narrow. It's really shallow, and I'm really pleased that no less pop icon a pop star. That word is abused icon, but popstar Konya west is is the one who's breaking out of that. It was. It was a listen, Milano, that's ri- Eliza. Milano, who said, make Konya Konya. He's got to behave a certain way. These ease misbehave him. Do what we tell you to do behave the way we tell you to behave and CNN is doing the same thing. It's a minstrel show. It's really, really despicable, but that CNN isn't it. We don't have time for this day in history because I gotta go to bad. We'll get to it tomorrow. Make sure you get your mailbag questions in. We have a lot to talk about this has been a whirlwind of a week and it's only Wednesday, so make sure you get those in. In the meantime, I'm Michael Knowles. This is the Michael Knowles show. I will see you tomorrow. The Michael Molson's produced by semi Villarreal executive producer, Jeremy Boorda, senior producer, Jonathan, hey, our supervising producer Mathis Glover and our technical producer is Austin Stevens edited by Jim Nichol. Audio is mixed by Mike core. Amina hair and makeup is by Jessica over the Michael null show is a daily wire forward publishing production copyright forward publishing twenty eighteen.
"konya konya" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"So what's our new poll question? Steve now that the teacher in Minnesota has been fired or resigned. Whatever happened to who. Would you rather see as embassador to the UN Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Rick Grenell or Dina Powell what about Konya Konya vote? They're doing a serious poll question, and you obviously wouldn't vote for cod. Yeah. I know. I was thinking about voting for your biased against hip hop. No. I'm not I felt terrible. What happened to Hollywood play yesterday in queens. It's you know, he's not coming down for breakfast. Trump is apparently said I think that Ivanka would be wonderful at the job. But I'd be accused of nepotism that didn't worry Jack. Kennedy in nineteen. Sixty one did it. I'm gonna vote for Grenell. Because he's been a guest on the highway car show also used to work at the UN. So that would make sense, but avant has been a guest on the show to you. She has that's true right now, avant Trump is winning with thirty four percent. Followed by Rick Grenell. At twenty six percent, Jared Kushner has twenty two percent and Dina Powell has eighteen percent. No, Dina Powell. She's a she's a bushy, and she's also a a suspected leaker. You know? She's she's definitely not the person eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two is a good column today in the Boston Globe by Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard. Former Harvard law professor retired now. And he's he's writing about the fact that Brad Kavanagh who's who was a very very popular teacher at Harvard Law School now, he's become persona non grata. They're not gonna let they're not gonna let him teach. I mean, they claim that it was his choice not to teach in the winter semester next year. But it it, you know. That's who's who's buying that. When CAD this is this is their Schwarz's column when Cavanaugh was nominated to the supreme court Harvard Law School was exuberant in praise of his teaching dean John manning thanked Cavanaugh for his superb, teaching generosity, dedication, and collegiality. He's shown to our community. A group of more than eighty former students sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary committee attesting that quote. We may have different differing views on political issues surrounding the confirmation product process, but we all agree on one thing. Judge Cavanaugh is a rigorous thinker devoted teacher and a gracious person. Well, that was then this is now, you know, what's happened since then. Hundreds according to the Harvard crimson of Harvard loss students walked out of class to protest Cavanaugh demanding that he be barred from teaching. What do they teach due process over at the Harvard Law School and also taught at Yale Law School is on album Bader. Do they teach due process there? That's where it Nancy gertner. The former federal judge in Boston. That's where she went to law school with a Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton, and she says, she talks about how terrible he is to do with these people done any investigations of the charges against keep coming back to this. Is there is there any corroborating evidence for any of these claims? Does he have the right? Did he have the right to confront his accuser under the sixth amendment? Now, they didn't want it. They didn't even want to give him that. Right..
"konya konya" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Of Democrats failing and abandoning African Americans Republicans are delivering for African Americans. Like never before we're doing the job. And you saw that the other night with Kanye west. How good was gone. He's referring to the SNL appearance by Kanye west. Now Konya Konya wants to get Colin Kaepernick and Donald Trump for a sit down meeting in the White House and have a discussion and try to bring some understanding amongst all the parties. I don't know if that would happen. But that wouldn't that be interesting to be a fly on the wall for though if cognac bring those folks together and just have a have a sit down. I don't know what would come of it. But Trump seems to be fairly open minded on some things. I mean hacky let Kim Kardashian come in and talk about prison reform who knows? Are interesting times. No doubt about that. Trump also touting his trade deal that he had put together with Canada and with Mexico called the. What's it called the US Mexico Canada agreement the U S MCA he touted that last night as well. So a big night for south Mississippi, and they they pack the place and again people were out there as early as six o'clock yesterday. So that was that was tremendous. We heard from Wendy Patrick earlier this hour, and she's an attorney that we we speak with every other Wednesday. And she said that it is possible. It is possible from what we're hearing that the FBI investigation wraps up as early as today investigation number seven into bread Kavanagh. And if that's the case. And Mitch McConnell has gone on record as saying earlier this week that they that he wants to get this wrapped up, and then take it to the floor for a Senate vote this week. Where we're here. We are. It's almost nine AM Wednesday in DC. So we're about halfway through the week. We'll see if that happens. Keep your ears peeled right here to six hundred WNYC ninety two point one FM in FOX News Radio for updates top. And the bottom of the hour. Keep an ear out for breaking news. Breaking news, usually happens. Right after Rush Limbaugh goes off you ever noticed that? It's usually rush has his commentary, and then they wait till either toward the end of his show or right after his show. I don't know if they just throw bones to Sean Hannity or what it is for breaking news. But that's the way.
"konya konya" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The way good morning to you here we are twenty four twenty three. Minutes before eight o'clock out here on the coast ninety six percent ninety six percent of Google search results, for Trump news Are from liberal media outlets we'll see that's the fake news Trump was asked okay so do you? Really believe, that, the press is the enemy of the people he said well about eighty percent of the. Press that. Eighty percent of trust Well look at this I mean here's Google manipulating it's algorithms to. Prioritize. Left leading news outlets in their coverage of President Trump sure looks that way? Sure looks, that, way based on recent search results for news and the presidency That'd be the president so here we go I mean we've. All. Been questioning this. Candy. And I talked about it many times over the last couple of years Do, you think, perhaps Google was deep routing conservative news. Sites holding them from users who would utilize their search engine well Google maintains. No all outlets. Are treated fairly but nevertheless conservative sites have reported produce search traffic and in the case of Google YouTube content creators have been. Banned and demonetized that's. It folks, so results are in ninety six, percent of Google search results for Trump news are from liberal media outlets That's, why he got us folks news, and views, won't hear anywhere else right here in. The bay are we broadcast live from that from the backyard of all of. These operations no. Fake news here Nope Nope not here we just don't do it not not none of the fakers fakers This is a? It's. Kind of getting. Into. The, weeds but. I'd love to get this. Up on. Our blog for our people Dot com So Bernie Sanders and some other lefties are praising, the democrat moved to limit the role of super delegates in picking. The nominee, the Democrats, I mean the the ship that they run is a pretty. Tight ship, I, mean hence, you know Nancy Pelosi still leading this operation And, why does Nancy Pelosi Lee. This operation well because she wants to make sure that she and her buds can make lots and lots of money do you. Realize you, realize insider, trading any of you here in the bay area that ever. Got caught, up, an insider, trading, you're going to federal prison But do you realize that it's okay for members of congress to to be privy to insider. Trading do you realize that it's perfectly legal for a member of congress to I mean they can't be guilty of insider trading, does anybody realize this Hello Those laws were created by congress. To protect themselves so. That way they how do you think Nancy Pelosi has made Oliver. Money Paul. Pelosi all of these insider deals that, he's been privy to over the years her. Son all the deals that he's been privy to over the years look at Dianne Feinstein all the? Deals at her husband's been privy to over the years they are they? Can get, away with insider trading they put together. The laws to protect? Themselves And so this. Whole super delegate routine it's all about no we need to we need to protect, this we, need to decide who's going to be the nominee we need. Decide who's going to. Be the president we don't want the people to do this otherwise. We'll get. You know Bernie we don't want a. Birdie we wanted a Hillary not a Bernie Wow anyway Katie this. This is up at the hill the hill. Dot com Sanders, praises the, democrat. Moved to limit the role. Of super delegates in, picking the nominee You, talk about a party this fracture, just look at that. Party I'm just telling, you fry party they'd having a party ever at that party yeah And having a party at that party now it's more like, a federal, yeah it's, a funeral party Jimmy Brown NFL. Legend Jim. Brown is endorsed president Donald Trump's reelection. In twenty twenty twenty sixteen. Twenty twenty James Jim Brown Jim. Brown arguably the best football player ever Jim. Brown Civil rights activists Jim Brown admits that the endorsement will. Make him, a, popular among liberal black. Activists but he did it he did. Fox Sports radio hall of fame running back did so despite knowing that the left. Would attack him quote I should be criticizing Trump in every level because he does certain, things that call for criticism Brown said blood I look. At television I see all those announcers become experts they're all pointing fingers and they're not doing a doggone thing but. Pointed their fingers and I. Find myself really pulling for the president now that would make me very popular the black, community very popular with a lot of Americans but. I think there are certain things that are coming out of this presidency because we've never seen anything. Like it Jim Brown said Brown? Added, he feels it's his. Duty is a good. American do endorse Trump despite the consequences quote I believe that I have to work on, myself I, to be, as good a person as I. Can be And he goes. On to say that he. Will endorse Donald Trump not just for twenty sixteen which you already did but for twenty, twenty Jim Brown bags Trump in twenty twenty claims. To support will make me very popular in the black community Like okay come on what are you, what are you gonna do this is Jim Brown, for crying out loud. This is a guy who stood up for this is a guy who has been there and done that And he ain't no. Kind what Konya Konya standard effort but that's different that's conduct this is Jim Brown for crying out loud So Jim Brown we'll have, that.
"konya konya" Discussed on KGO 810
"Showing himself in the workplace the in more groping and things like that but he did flatly denies it but it was just a one onesentence statement do you wanna read it it says your story is unfair and inaccurate okay that was like president trump had no idea about one hundred thirty thousand dollars now we find out he did my can we stop with all the lines can we live a life where you don't have to lie all the time the better yes but the charlie rose sings is just crazy because it's been going on since the mid eighties thirty full year well bill cosby thirty abuse the charlie rose thirty years of abuse allegedly thirty years of abuse a i don't i don't know what to do with that it's now we now what's connie west in trouble for konya konya seriously please get some help get get your kanye west tweeter fake harriet tubman quote after telling tmz that slavery was a quote our choice excuse me quote a choice i read it thousands laser would if the pre two thousand more if they only knew they were slaves tip that's not what harriet tubman actually ever said it's been debunked she didn't say that it's not a real quote konya stop tweeting out fake harriet tubman quotes oh that's too bad all right well i hope i'm genuinely hope konya gets the help that he needs i'm going to give away some registration codes to this year's beta breakers coming up here in just a little bit and my golly we're going to run through what rudy giuliani said last night on fox news because is armstrong and getty here and let's say you've done a pretty good job of saving for retirement that's a great start but it's just a part of it and now is certainly not the time to.
"konya konya" Discussed on KGO 810
"Cheating on his wife and he had to apologize and that now makes you more susceptible to these types of situations i'm not saying it's right now the person should be arrested and served time but you make yourself more susceptible when your cheating on your spouse and you get caught and now people are able to hold stuff over you know horrible situation i had heard about that but i was surprised to learn that the person accused of extorting him was his friend and co worker on one of the boundary now let's air quote the word friend right i mean that's not a friend friends don't blackmail and extort one another sad i mean that's horrible situation kevin hart is very funny i find him very funny but and then in the middle of all of this the charlie rose situation they're now saying is way worse than it was ever said before you saw that too and did you see his one word one sentence response to what did he say where he was emailed and asked about the new allegations of him showing himself in the workplace the in and more groping and things like that but he did flatly denies it but it was just a one one sentence statement do i read it i it says your story is unfair and inaccurate okay that was like president trump had no idea about one hundred thirty thousand dollars now we find out he did why can we stop with all the lines can we live a life where you don't have to lie all the time the better yes but the charlie rose things is just crazy because it's been going on since the mid eighties thirty full year well bill cosby thirty years of abuse the charlie rose thirty years of abuse allegedly thirty years of abuse a yeah yeah i don't i don't know what to do with that it's now we now what's kanye west in trouble for konya konya seriously please get some help get get your kanye west tweeted fake harriet tubman quote after telling tmz that slavery was a quote was i choice excuse me quote a choice i read it thousands lays i would have to pre two thousand more if they only knew they were slaves to that's not what harriet tubman actually ever said it's been debunked she didn't say that it's not a real quote konya stop tweeting out fake harriet tubman quotes oh that's too bad all right well.
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"I'm like well and then she had to retract it i'm like why retry why why you know why do we just vote not not all of us but he said why do we generally just vote lockstep for the dnc he goes he basically said he used the word plantation he's like you know it's like we're stuck on a plantation you know and and people are mad at me because i'm speaking up my mind now and i'm saying that donald trump is not the devil you may not like the way he says things but konya konya was like saying i was the original donald trump y'all didn't like what i said seven eight ten years ago as the same thing but it doesn't mean the truth hurts basically is what kanye was saying he's goes sometimes the truth hurts and so to see if he's got any sound we can a corporate into the shelby might be a good thing grab some kanye but yes so that was big news this week and on the in the in the first world problems segment here we've got this north korea summit that is very likely going to happen trump talked about it a lot last night i'll play you some sound from his his his rally his his stop in michigan and trump wants against all the showman so they so so the media i'll goes to this white house correspondent dinner thinking they're going to have all they're gonna giggle and laugh and make fun of donald trump and a lightweight ends up being apparently a disaster some meanwhile trump is out in america you know in a state that as michelle wolf did correctly point out that maybe hillary should have found on a map instead of worrying about russia and he's back in michigan and to is huge crowd and they started chanting something i'll play you later about the north korea some of it's coming up so you got that and he was so fired up now he was fired up he does so good on the campaign trail which is why i think i think the dumps they they may get a little lucky this year i i still think there's a possibility we can hold the house i'm not throwing.