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"kristie smith" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:24 min | 3 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Mac. If this is the first time you're tuning in, I call myself the anti diet dietitian Cause dice don't work. Weight watchers is a cult and all the other people like we're which say Maria's been all of them are really want to take your money and not really help you. And so I'm the total opposite of that. I don't believe in diets high. Melanie. Melanie's just joined in. So we have a bunch of people on Facebook live and we are live on 9:20 A.m.. No 4.7 F m i heart radio. Providence and we're talking about. You know what is going on with, like the big pharmaceutical industry, right? Why are somebody drugs being prescribed? I could go into stats at Tom's A stats right here. Um, but let's just talk for a minute. We're gonna talk. We're gonna listen to a clip. Um From a gentleman who was involved in Big Pharma. So if we could play the clip, Jeff, that would be awesome. In your sentence for securities fraud. And the man once dubbed the most hated man in America, earned that nickname Pharma, bro after hiking the price of the lifesaving HIV drug Daraprim by more than 5000%, And despite his reputation's my told me she not only still loves him, but it's still hoping for a future with Scully when it gets out. He was the villain. Everybody hated. Kristie Smith was one of the reporters who broke this story of Martin Strel Lee's arrest in 2015. She says that over time, the two fell in love and the scrolling is simply misunderstood. He's just a very, very eccentric person. It doesn't play well in public, especially in a negative light. He is phenomenally intelligent and charismatic, but also has no emotional intelligence and very little common sense and is very awkward. Smile who was married at the time says her marriage was already having difficulties and her attention to squarely on Lee made things worse, But she says she didn't cross the line when it came to covering him. Her former employer, disagrees. In a statement, a Bloomberg News spokesperson said in part Miss Mice conduct with regard to Mr Scully was not consistent with expectations for a Bloomberg journalist after I left my job, Bloomberg and I was kind of on the way out with my husband with my ex husband.

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"kristie smith" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

07:13 min | 3 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Who supported impeachment again most defections from the same party in any impeachment ever but also less than five percent of the entire caucus at the same time. Were you surprised by the number and were you surprised by any of the ten republicans. Obviously much has changed since last impeachment. Twenty nineteen when zero republicans voted in favor of impeachment. Now we have ten. So what what what change and were you surprised. This is very hard to even talk about this because when you say it's the most republicans ever those people from the other parts of impeachment and talk about a small sample size and in part that's sizes completely because richard nixon would have had to face an overwhelming impeachment. Vote where he to actually faced that he just left before that happened. And then you say ten is a lot but it's such a small percentage of republicans doing the right thing in the fate in response to the uncovering of corruption in the face of an assault on their place of work were their lives were at risk their staffs were at risk instill small number voting for it is alarming on so many levels about where we are as a country where the republicans are. Is there one that surprising. It's liz cheney for sure like this is a someone who was an a-plus forty trump district someone who is has designs on a even more prominent role within the party there in the senate or running for something maybe run for president one day but the she is she's a chain she is a member of the republican royalty in for her to break not just with trump but with her other members of leadership is a big deal and it gives gave cover to a lot of these other republicans who were also in it districts that most of them are in districts trump won somewhere in More narrow wins by trump. But it gave some other people covering i think if the number was ten which is a small number but if listening had not said she was going to support this number being closer to three or four i. I was pleasantly surprised by ten because of the way this republican party isn't because of the political incentives they have and they operate within because like you know most of these people up every every one of them. Every one of the ten has to worry about a primary challenger from the right at best at worst as you said they have to worry about. Harm coming to them in their families right. Got the the guy from michigan. Just his is wearing body armor. Now peter mahar right and In addition to that jason crowe democrat from colorado said that he talked to a number republicans who wanted to vote for impeachment but said they couldn't because they were afraid for their families so this is it is it is of course like the least they can do the right thing to do to vote for impeachment. I get that. But i wouldn't underestimate the risk to these members of voting for impeachment And the fact that the ten did that. I was actually. I was a bit surprised that we that we got all the way up to ten even though they were threatened even though their lives are threatening to happen at the capitol. I just thought i don't. I don't have much faith in this version of the republican party. Not just because they're cowards. But also because like like you said that. I think they're probably worried about their safety. Which if you are worried about your own supporters kill abeer in the wrong party to look down at the tiger. You chose to ride. I totally totally agree with that totally agree now. House minority leader kevin mccarthy didn't whip this vote meaning that he didn't lean on republicans to vote against impeachment. He told everyone to vote their conscience. He also was critical of trump and tried to weasel out of this with the censure resolution. Why do you think even for mccarthy that is sort of a big deal because he has been one of trump's most loyal foot soldiers henchmen. You wrote in the message box. Today he was once upon a time curing starbursts for donald trump. What from starbursts to censure resolution on the floor the kevin mccarthy stories of what happened. What happened with kevin mccarthy. I think the primary driver with kevin mccarthy here is money since the us on the capital. A number of major. Us corporations has said there are no longer going to make donations to the members of congress who voted to the election. Now that is almost all of kevin mccarthy's caucus and so he and we'll talk about mccallum but separately but both of them are trying to. I think show the other part of the party not not the rabbit. Right-wing base for the party but the corporate wing that funds the rabbit wing base that they couldn't get it and they're going to offer them an on ramp to reopen donations. I can only imagine kevin mccarthy sinking. We ends great chance to take the house. Democrats really good at grassroots fundraising were. We're really good at raising large donations. From rich people corporations for a super pacs i imagined the calls from the super pacs the national public congressional committee to their typical to their donor base of Not well since then and so. This is the way to give these companies a or these donors a path back to supporting republicans is my guess. I think it's money. I also think it's the politics of the house races in twenty twenty two like you know. Republicans have a too good of a chance to take back the hottest and twenty twenty two partly because of redistricting control a lot of redistricting. They'll redraw the map so that is unfavorable to democrats and yet you know. Mccarthy has a bunch of republicans in districts that are pretty evenly divided That we had one in two thousand eighteen and then they took back and twenty twenty. So like say your david validation in california who took back seat in in twenty twenty that republicans last in two thousand eighteen or say that your mike garcia right who beat kristie smith in the california twenty-fifth another very closely divided district. The democrats can easily win or should be able to win so like either. You have two of those incumbents who You know. Valejo voted for impeachment Mike arcia voted to overturn the election. They took different votes. But either you get those you get those members primary from the right which makes the general election republican candidate weaker because they're farther to the right in pretty even district or you get a republican member. Who is you get an incumbent who doesn't get a primary challenge but is now unpalatable to a broader electorate..

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"kristie smith" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

06:55 min | 3 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Next question is what to do about his accomplices namely the one hundred and forty seven republican house members and eight republican senators who voted to block certification of the election. Just hours after a violent mob tried to do the same thing by force. This group includes senators. Josh hawley and ted cruz and the number one and two house. Republican leaders kevin mccarthy and steve scalise so crews and holly are already facing calls to resign or be expelled. Which would require a two thirds. Vote of the house and the senate which is a steep. Climb to get that many republican votes much like Impeachment and conviction in the senate. What what if one hundred senators is like. Yeah boot ted cruz yet. We're in like unity. Unity caucus yeah. That would be funny. Just just at gruza josh. How what are some of the other ways. These assholes are being held accountable. I mean look like in some ways these guys drive me most crazy like cruise holidays because they know trump lost the election. They know they're lying and they're just doing it. Because they wanna run for president and so i. i love that. Everyone's calling on them to be expelled. I'd love to see it happen like you john. I'm skeptical but i do think it helps that like big. Republican political donors. Mentors for each of them are calling them out there doing so publicly their editorial boards in their states or calling on them to resign you trump has seemingly been immune to some of these political forces. I don't think that's true for ted cruz. I don't think that's true for josh hawley. I think you should treat them like pariahs. may be long term. They will be able to suck up to the maga base enough in twenty twenty four nomination if trump doesn't run again. Consider me a little skeptical because at a minimum. That support is going to be split between the pump. Eos the tom. Cotton's the don juniors of the world But we'll see. But i do think that you know this is a thing that can't be memory hold. I wouldn't be cosponsoring. A bunch of bills with josh hawley. Ted cruz going forward. I would treat them like pariah. Yeah i think it's very important. I think what's been clarifying in the last week. Is i think for a long time. The prestige elective office has been used to wash off the stink of the anti-democratic fishes dick intellectually dishonest. Right wing shit coming out of republican leaders. And i think for the first time the stink is kind of washing off the prestige like we see a major corporation. We won't donate to these people even though it has been our practice to donate to both sides. I think that's really important coming for their money is really important in not letting corporations off the hook. Who simply say oh. We donate to leaders of both parties. Obviously it's all a fucking nesting doll of shit like that. We live in that that. That's so important that like corporations just flooding with their packs in their donations to both sides is how these politicians get. Elected is very sad. But i think that that's important The other thing. I i saw a there is an effort among democrats in the house to not work with republicans who voted after the siege. And i think that that's really important. I remember you know when. I worked hillary clinton. The senate You know she was very proud that she had sponsored bills with. Virtually every republican. But the one she wouldn't do it with was with saxby chambliss because he ran one of the most despicable campaigns of against max cleland that anyone had ever seen and it was a point of moral pride to not work with somebody who'd be willing to do that and i think Making sure that what these people did has consequences In every way possible. Is i think really important because i agree. I think expulsion is very very difficult and Not really possible. Well it's it's difficult any circumstance and difficult in the senate in the house. It would basically get rid of most republicans. I mean this is. This is what's truly scary. There's a lot of attention rightly focused on josh hawley and ted cruz and a few of the other senators or sort of like new member wing nuts. Although you rick scott was one of them so there originally was six senators because that was who objected to the arizona. One but then there was the late night. Objection by holly to pennsylvania. Which also brought in cynthia luma's of wyoming and rick scott. Who's the head of the national. Republican senate campaign committee also decided that he was gonna vote objection to yeah also. Just re elected ronna romney to head the are even though she's been like the chief propagandist of stop the steel. Lie so yeah. They've learned their lessons. But but in the house like kevin mccarthy this a very good chance that man could become the next speaker of the house and he. He objected after the after the attack. Just drives me insane like everyone who objected before the attack. Awful of course but like the idea that you could be the target of that attack. Go through that. Walk back into that chamber after everything that just happened and basically finish the job that the mob wanted to do by force tried to block the certification of the election is unconscionable. I think that the problem obviously in the house is like that's where you see the the fruits of gerrymandering really flowering and in growing like the the worst crazy people in politics are are in the house in districts that they will never ever lose unless they cross donald trump. But like that. So that's why. I'm especially hard on people like josh hawley and ted cruz in scott. Because they're statewide. Elected officials are more powerful. They should know better because they're educated relatively intelligent people. I think some of these house members you have to wonder how much of this stuff they genuinely believe. Because they're kind of not altogether there but yeah it's it's it's ugly. I mean ken mccarthy knows better he does know better. He knows better coward. He knows better. He's an in but he is in a bright red district he wins by you. Know sixty six sixty seven percent with six Is more worried about a primary And he has shown himself to be a completely valueless weasel. Was you know paul ryan without the policy chops. I would go down the list of all the house members. Republican house members who voted in like our five are plus five districts are less and start targeting reality to defeat like mike garcia. Who just beat. Kristie smith here in california twenty fifth like he voted to object. That guy is in a in a in a district. It's almost democratic. There's no way he can survive something like that. Yeah at least a fantastic. She decided to go full naga during impeachment. And just rake in a bunch of you know republican trump donor money and now. She is decided that that's her path. Going forward in perpetuity public politics. And it's it's very sad so one of the biggest consequences for trump's actions on january. Sixth came friday afternoon. The president's personal twitter account was permanently suspended due to the risk of further incitement of violence. Got him guys Trump never never again will we say. Did you see that trump tweet. I say that while not waking up to a dozen of them has been nice..

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"kristie smith" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:21 min | 3 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on KCRW

"Bipartisan outrage over what happened at the U. S Capitol yesterday. But there are some Republicans who continue to be steadfast. And their unfounded claims that the election was rigged. That means a Fisher at the GOP that's been open since Donald Trump's nomination in 2016 is growing even wider. What does that mean going forward for the Republican Party? Well, Dan Schnur is a professor of politics and communications at USC. He's a former Republican strategist is well, Dan. Welcome back to you. Thanks for having me. I really appreciate it. After the mob was cleared out, and Congress finally got down to certifying the election results more than 100, Republican members of the House still voted. Against. They still objected. There are 11 Republican members of the House of Representatives from California. How did they vote? How many of them voted to certify the electoral college votes for Joe Biden? It shouldn't be surprising, given the numbers that you just cited. That only two republic California Republican House members voted, uh, to support the electoral College decision in fairness to other members did not vote. Both had been delayed. Your trip to Washington for covert related reasons, but seven out of the nine California Republicans who did vote Did vote affirmatively to overturn the electoral college results. What is the political ramifications? I mean in California? I think the conventional wisdom has been in California Republicans or a little. A little further to the left than the you know the hard right in other parts of the country. What's the dance that they have to do in this state? Well, it Zaveri very delicate dance of one. It's worth remembering that while California's, of course, become a deep blue state over the years, the remaining Republican bastions for the most part Tend to be very conservative. So most of the Republican House members who voted in favor of the motions yesterday against the Electoral college Are probably not gonna be that endangered in any future election. But is you and your listeners know just back in November for Republicans won back House seats in California that are relatively that are relatively contested. Of those 41 of the four young Kim voted against the motion to overturn the electoral college. Clearly concerned about a general election challenge in two years or next year, actually My Garcia, The Republican just elected up in Ventura County voted to overturn. He already is facing a general election challenge from the candidate he beat in November Kristie Smith, but so this will be a major talking point. In that race, and then the other two Republicans who are just elected David dildo up in the Central Valley and Michelle Steele in Orange County. Neither of them were able to vote for covert related reasons, but young Kim voting for with the electoral college. Mike Garcia voting against with notable decisions there. So it is a It is a tight wire. You know a dance As you say. We do. Dan have a growing problem, though, Right? Apparently your political point of view determines what you believe, um, a good many Republicans believe the election was stolen. All evidence to the contrary, I keep seeing in conservative media today, this unfounded claim that Antifa was behind yesterday's Capitol attack and again all evidence to the contrary. How sustainable is this for for one of America's two major political parties? Well, the key word in that question is the word too. Major political parties. For many, many years, people have asked me about the prospects of a viable third party, the United States and I've always been very dismissive of it for all sorts of reasons. But I wonder if the Republican Party is edging closer to, as Ronald Reagan once said, a time for choosing between those members a significant plurality about 40% of Republicans in the House yesterday. Voted against the motions to overturn the electoral College whether a more traditional Republican Party remains on one side and him or pro Trump Party emerges as well. I'm not yet ready one day later to predict That the Republican Party will split into two officially rather than just psychologically, But I think it's more likely now that did any time in modern American political history. This isn't one day later, though. I mean, we we've seen this coming. I mean, over the course of four years. You see, people just I mean, have been flocking to him because they know his popularity. On. Do you know again with him out of the White House, presumably. In 13 days, maybe even sooner. If some Democrats and House members have their way on Capitol Hill today, what is the trump effect on the Republican Party going forward? Well, we we don't you know, and your point Exactly. Right. You know what happened yesterday was the continuation perhaps the exacerbation of trends that have Been developing over the course of four years, if not longer for Trump and his supporters in the broader Republican Party, But I'll say this during the time between Congress recessing because of the mob violence in coming back in last night. Roughly half of the Republican senators who were going to vote in favor of the investigation the Ted Cruz and called for in other words, voting against the Electoral College. Change their mind. And so what was already a stark choice before yesterday between what will call pro Trump Republicans on one hand and pre Trump Republicans on the other. That line became a lot starker yesterday. And so I think the potential for a more formal split into two separate parties is considerably greater than it was 24 hours ago. Why can't we even agree on fax? Though Dan, It's the confirmation bias thing, right? I want my opinions to be confirmed. On whatever media outlet is available. Is it a breakdown? Do you think of trust in the mainstream media that's been propagated by, you know, talk radio, right.

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"kristie smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Funding bill that if Trump refuses to sign could lead to a federal government shut down at midnight Monday. House lawmakers are due back in Washington Monday. Warm temperatures in southern New England are giving way to a bitter chill, as well as high winds and power outages. As NPR's Toby A. Smith reports at all could bring trouble for people inside and decorations outside. As if it wasn't enough that unusually high temperatures in the fifties melted dreams of a white Christmas. Now a cold front is threatening gusts of up to 75 MPH and threatening Christmas decorations, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Kristie Smith. The book Sanchez or the Light of Reindeer. Anything that's not secured. It could be flying down the street and end up in your neighbor's yard took kind of a kick to the gut with that holiday spirit for a lot of people. Heavy winds may also take down power lines, leaving homes and Christmas trees dark utilities have canceled Christmas days off to have enough crews to respond to widespread power outages. Topia Smith NPR NEWS BOSTON And I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news And this is W. N. Y. C in New York. It's 5 33. Good morning. I'm David 1st 59 degrees in New York City now lots of rain in the forecast today. New Yorkers air rushing to get covert 19 tests ahead of the Christmas that is anything but typical. Raphael Abayas was trying to get attached to the City, MD. On 14th Street yesterday, but she was turned away after.

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"kristie smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 4 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes. All right, Kevin. Thank you. We'll talk to you next hour. Let's get right to the forecast was a lot to digest first Beautiful day and now deemed a war. It's gonna be a nice afternoon up in the low fifties with a mix of sun and clouds. Will Seymour clouds later tonight as we end up in the upper thirties to near 40 some rain or drizzle through the afternoon and into the evening, especially tomorrow with Temperatures in the upper forties kind of holding in the low to mid forties. Tomorrow night. Then Sunday, it looks like it dries up pretty quickly. Early showers. Some sunny breaks upper fifties in the afternoon, chilling her Monday load of it forties. Even near here to WBZ. We've got a storm brewing for the middle of next week. Thank you with meteorologist Tina four WBZ Boston's news radio. No, I'm curious, too. Does he mean snow Storm? I think he means some snow will be watching that, but that's days away. Right now It's nearly 50 degrees down in Plymouth, America's hometown celebrating their 400. Anniversary this year. They've had some challenges with Cove it but still trying to make the best of things down there. 44 degrees on the North Shore. Gloucester, Boston, It is 49 degrees. Hey, guys, Billy cost to hear Good food. Great memories all start with exceptional ingredients from past team. Your next home cooked meal deserves fresh kitchen Ready Flavors shop for all of your favorites, In fact, in the past, in section at your local grocery store, or order a gift box for your favorite foodie at Castine dot com, turning meals into memories, one Tomato at the time passed een one of a team. It's 11 55 on the Ring Central news line. Maybe this story belongs under the hashtag 2020. It was forecast said Astronomical conditions were ripe for New England and other parts of the U. S to see the northern lights last night and tonight. WBZ Sherry, Small says it's off. You could call it a swing and a miss what was forecast as a magnetic storm. Forcing the Aurora Boreal is to be visible in New England is a bust meteorologist Kristie Smith with the National Weather Service in Norton, Even the space Weather Prediction center we're forecasting they're kind of the gold standard First Space weather forecasting. It's not unusual for space forecasts to not pan out. The weather here on Earth is difficult to forecast. It's difficult to forecast solar Where her office even put out social media posts asking for photos just in case people weren't really seeing much across the Boston area, Northern New Hampshire and Vermont. There was some pretty significant cloud cover..

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"kristie smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"President Trump is unhappy with Attorney General William Bars conclusion that there is no evidence of voter fraud that would overturn the election. White House correspondent Greg Clugston has this report. The president says bar hasn't done anything yet when it comes to reviewing evidence of election fraud when he looks he'll see the kind of evidence that great now you're seeing in the Georgia Senate. He says he's disappointed the Justice Department hasn't looked very hard at the evidence and the president is refusing to say if he has confidence in the attorney general asked me that In a number of weeks from now. Greg Clugston Washington. President Trump hoping to boost to Republicans senators during a weekend visit to Georgia. The president will be holding a Georgia campaign rally on Saturday night alongside GOP senators David Perdue and Kelly left her who both face Democratic challengers in January runoff elections. And the president says that state's election progress process rather will be closely scrutinized. Also, we tell no dot com, a crucial component in the House GOP surprised Come Back in 2020 was running back many of the California seats that were lost in the anti trump blue wave. Just two years earlier. Bernie bit it with that story. Democrat Kristie Smith concession to Republican Congressman Mike Garcia this week means Republicans will control for the seven seats that Democrats flipped in the Golden State during the 2018 midterm elections. It wasn't enough to win back the house majority for the GOP. But Republicans gain seats and feel prime to take back the majority and 2022 Garcia's victory north of Los Angeles this week, a symbolic for another reason. It ensured that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats failed to oust a single house GOP incumbent in a cycle where they hope to grow their majority between five and 20 seats. Tony Bennett reporting that on Wall Street, but Allah had 103 points. Or these stories that town hold on calm. Time now for the O'Reilly update message of the day or rhetorical brawl between the radical left and former president Barack Obama. It's all about de funding the police Promoting his book, Mr Obama said, quote. I guess you can use a snappy slogan like defund the police. But You'll lose a big audience the minute you say it. Which makes it a lot less likely that you're actually going to get the changes you want done. The key is deciding. Do you want to actually get something done, or do you want to feel good among the people you already agree with on quote? Well, it didn't take long for the anti cop radical zealots to respond. The always provocative congresswoman, Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez said, quote. The whole point of protest thing is to make people uncomfortable. Activist take that discomfort with the status quo and advocate for concrete policy changes. Popular support often starts small and grows. The folks who complain protester Man's make others uncomfortable. That's the point on quote from Ms Cortez. Congress woman, Ellen Omar quote. We lose people in the hands of the police. It's not a slogan but a policy demand and centering the demand for equitable investments and budgets for communities across the country. Gets US progress and safety unquote. Of course, the point of view that advocates for de funding the police is insane. And dangerous to you. And Barack Obama is correct some facts to back up my statement. There are about 80,000 law enforcement people in America right now last year Law enforcement killed 14 unarmed black people, 13 men, one woman and most of those Were police involved, as they say. In fact, according to the Justice Department, African Americans commit homicides at eight times the rate of whites and Hispanics combined. In the 75 largest counties of America, blacks commit more than 50% off all violent crime. Though they're just 15% of the population. And remember. Last year, 14 on on black people killed by cops. Rest for violent crimes totaled 1.2 million last year. And the zealots want to defund the police. 1.2 million arrests for violent crime and no cops. So This is crazy. And it's out of control and the media allows it. They don't give you the facts as I just did. There is no epidemic off law enforcement harming black Americans, It does not exist. Period. I'm Bill O'Reilly and I approve that message by actually writing it disagree. I want to hear from you, Bill it. Bill O'Reilly dot com and please consider my new best selling book killing crazy Horse for a holiday gift. You will like it. In a moment, something you might not know. In San Francisco. I'm back Bill O'Reilly here and I love the Riley update for you at the end of this hour on 8 60 A M. The answer. Dan Croft just wants to.

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"kristie smith" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"The election. It's full weeks since election day today and i. I hate to sound foreign about this but you know where old fashioned in canada. We hold election day on election day and here. It stretches for weeks afterwards and they're still counting in california but they're reasonably confident that they can Wrap it up by the end of the week and we just heard that mike garcia has retained control of the twenty fifth congressional district in california. He beat democrat challenger. Christy smith by three hundred thirty three votes. She has finally conceded. This was the Well i can't even remember her name now it. This was the seat Where the in combat resigned. This was the three way. By swing a sex crazed state Sticks crazed representative with a german nazi era tattoo. Som- just doing the cliffs notes. Bits of this story. Yes yes i know. I know her name. I've tried to avoid embarrassing hub. I mentioned they got i but anyway. It's the freeway by swiss eight they. That's how the democrats think of it like they of scott brown as stealing ted kennedy anyway. Mike garcia has just one that and again. it's one of the many interesting features of the election. That that that that joe biden had no coat tails he doesn't. He barely has a shut caller in electrical times. Everything else turn republican. No competitive house seats went democrat The republicans held on one all the state races. That my own state they. They took the State house the general colt may took the state senate and they held the say. This joe biden his spectacular alleged victory. He not only does he have no coat tails. He doesn't have shut tales. He's one of those untuckit shuts. It just doesn't even have an untuckit. He doesn't even have a shirt collies. Got the world's shortest coattails. My dad many years ago went to see frankie laine in concert in dublin. And frankie laine war. What i believe with the then fashionable kind of american Suits that they didn't have in dear old island and the irish press used to mock them as dumfries jackets. Because they didn't cover a baltim-. Frankie laine the great singer of jessa bell and the theme from blazing saddles and all the restaurant. My dad had a grand ole time and the dublin papers talked for days afterwards about. Frankie lanes dumfries jacket. That's joe biden's coat tails. He's gonna frozen bottom along with his broken foot because he didn't get anything including this guy. Mike garcia He held under his congressional seat and beat kristie smith by three hundred thirty three votes california. They're still counting fantastic. Amazing it does incredible impression of a third world banana republic. They take a month to count the seats. Our at it. The los angeles county supervisor voted to ban outdoor dining she likud los angeles county supervisor and gave a big indepth Press conference as Press statement is hawaii so necessary than outdoor dining was dangerous. Because you're not just eating with the passenger dining with you also dining with the waiter who may be a masked man but his Going to six or seven other tables and he's serving them to so your dining with all the people that the other six or seven. Dining tables have met They've been dining with and your dining with all the people. That weight has been found his shift. So it's like a soup as it's to- date. She went into huge vito. How about how dangerous..

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"kristie smith" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"500 million in reserve funds, which will be given out through $25,000 grants. Governor Newsome is also calling on the federal government for more cares money to support businesses. Incinerator news 93.1 KFBK. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he is still hopeful another coronavirus relief package can pass before lawmakers go home for the year. There's no reason Well, we should not deliver another major pandemic relief package to help the American people through what seems poised. Maybe the last chapters. Of this battle, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is urging bipartisan cooperation so another coronavirus relief bill can pass side should come together and negotiate a covert relief bill in a bipartisan way. That meets the needs of our businesses, our schools, our healthcare systems, our workers, our families. Both sides agree a stimulus package is needed. But both sides also blame each other for the stalemate. The last act of congressional race in Southern California appears to have been decided. Democratic challenger Kristie Smith conceded the 25th district election to Republican incumbent Mike Garcia Monday. See also defeated Smith during a special election in May and won the seat vacated by Katie Hills Resignation. Garcia will represent northern Los Angeles County and part of eastern Ventura County for the next two years. A member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force is leaving his post KFBK correspondent Brian Shook report. President Trump Special Advisor on the coronavirus Scott Atlas says resigned In his resignation letter obtained by Fox News, Atlas said he had a singular focus of saving lives and helping the country through the pandemic. Atlas had been criticized during his time for suggesting reopening and calling lockdowns harmful to Americans. I'm Brian shook. We need to pick up on that Atlas was one of those people, one of those voices who has been saying for a long time. We need schools open. We're doing a lot of damage to our Children, and it was said he was very controversial for suggesting that you know he has. It's been said that he was Maurin favor of the herd Immunity model, which many people say would not work and other members of the coronavirus task. Said, Listen, you know a poor idea. He only came on like in August to start talking to the president and advising the president, and this was never meant to be a long term post. In fact, the post was scheduled, and I think in a few days from now, so he's just leaving a couple days early, you know, just came out and said school should be open. Fawlty. Yes, Yes, He did. Well, welcome to the party after Dr Fauci, because Mr Atlas was suggesting that a long time ago, and by the way, we're going to spend some time between now and nine o'clock talking about The psychological damage that we're doing not just to our kids, but to our society with this lockdown, and it is significant numbers out of Japan. Suicide numbers in Japan are unbelievable. Well, they do something in California every year called the Healthy Kids Survey, where they serve a students of various grade levels to talk to them about their mental health. And they're seeing some Pretty significant and concerning trends in that as well here. The top national stories, recent news about promising new vaccines is encouraging that there are still a lot of questions about how it will be delivered. A special panel will today recommended the CDC who should go first. That's good, but not enough, according to former CDC director Dr Thomas Frieden. We can all do more and the more we recognize we're in it together. The safer will be the more we can continue our kids in school or health care that has to continue to see Save people's lives. But that means dialing back on things like indoor gathering. President Trump is headed to Georgia this weekend, he will campaign for the Republicans running for Senate in January. As for President elect Joe Biden will be announcing in person, his history making.

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NewsRadio KFBK

07:10 min | 5 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Has details, according to National nurses United, the country's largest nurses union, the Golden State reported more than 35,000 infections. The state ranks third and overall health care worker deaths trailing behind New York and New Jersey. The report found that as of September, Filipino nurses, in particular represent a third of the nursing populations coronavirus deaths. The union believes the death count has gone up since then. Sarah Bartlett News 93.1 KFBK. This morning, state regulators say U C San Francisco and San Francisco General Hospital are two of seven California hospitals to be among the first in the world to get visors, covert 19 vaccine, health care workers and first response responders will be first in line for that vaccine. Also this morning, Farm workers in Northern California say that they should be among the first people to get a new vaccine cave Becase Row. L. Balon has details. Agriculture has been one of the hardest hit industries and Monterey County during the Corona virus pandemic. The United Murders Foundation said this week that farm workers need to be among the first to receive a Corona virus vaccine. The foundation's executive director, Diana Torres, said that farm workers are putting themselves on the front lines to provide food for America Royale Balon News 93.1 kfbk Today. Election officials are expected to update the deadlock. 25th District congressional Race, which is in Southern California, Republican incumbent Mike Garcia is edging out Democratic challenger Kristie Smith by a little less than 400 votes. CIA declared victory last week a move Smith quickly criticized. The updated count is expected sometime after four o'clock this afternoon. Millions of Americans ignored warnings and are traveling this Thanksgiving holiday airports are at their busiest level since the pandemic began. Can't be case Tom Roberts reports the T S a screen about a million people on Wednesday alone. That's the highest number on one day since March, but still less than half of what it was last year. The industry has been struggling to recover, getting a boost last week with nearly five million passengers. The CDC has been urging everyone not to visit family or friends as a way to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. Tom Roberts News 93.1 kfbk, Okay, we're approaching 505, which means its course time for our featured audio clip in Arboria. Ma. I'm sure you're well aware. Last week, the one of the big stories was Governor Newsome's trip to the French Laundry. Yes. And a lot of criticism that he received while we have found another political leader, who critics say is a hypocrite, and that is the topic of our featured audio clip this hour, the mayor of Denver Is the latest political figure to come under fire for hypocrisy on the heels of Governor Newsome attending that party at that posh Napa Valley restaurant after telling all of us to stay at home and avoid crowded restaurants. Denver's mayor told residents there to stay home and avoid travel over the Thanksgiving holiday, and then he himself got on a plane and flew to Mississippi to see his family for Thanksgiving. Michael Hancock is the mayor of Denver. And here's the warning that he issued to the people of Denver before he hopped on that plane. It is our featured audio clip this hour, maybe get a small turkey this year. Celebrate with just those you live with. Maybe next year, we can all be together again. I know this is hard. I know you hate this. I hate this. We are doing our best to avoid a complete shutdown of our economy. And as our governor put it the other day, a catastrophic breach of our hospital system. We are trying our very best to protect lives and to protect lively hoods. And then Mayor Michael Hancock got on the plane and went to the Fluto. Just just so you know where he went. He went from Denver to Houston, Houston to Mississippi. So that was now It's another Do as I say, Not as I do. Exactly. And so then he gets to Mississippi. The word gets out because apparently people saw him at the airport. And then the local media gets ahold of him. And he had to issue an apology. I'm very sorry I did this MIA culpa as we actually heard our own governor issue a couple of different times over the last week or we have So it's part of this frustrated in, um, that Americans air having we talked a little bit on the program before Thanksgiving about fatigue that has said Yeah. Lot of people have fatigue number one, but then when they see their leaders, as you just said Do as I say, not as I do kind of thing. It's just harder to swallow the message like you want to heed the call everyone to do their part. But if Those in power or those delivering the message, I guess don't think it applies to them or don't even think of what they said on how that correlates to their action. I mean, I would if I was in Denver, I would be pretty disappointed that my mayor told me to do one thing and literally hopped on a plane. I think one could argue that you could have ended that sentence by saying I just don't even think e mean I'm sure he's thinking twice. Yes, yes, there is some thinking in a different direction. Going on here. Your top national stories. From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark Black Friday. Shoppers have been finding more bargains online for years. But this year amid the pandemic, retailers try to limit crowds with mixed results. A pandemic could not stop these guys from lining up on Thursday outside Gamestop determined to grab one of the store's few PlayStation fives. If this is the only way I'm gonna be able to get it, I'll do it 10 times out of 10. It was raining earlier. We were sitting here in the rain earlier. But you know that passed so We're here when we're dry. Now they were wearing masks. But many retailers had tried to avoid these kinds of gatherings and lines by opening later and putting items on sale earlier. Eren Kit RISKY. ABC NEWS New York President Trump spent Thanksgiving at the White House and took questions from reporters for the first time since Election Day. One of those questions, will he leave the White House when the electoral college elects Joe Biden next month? Certainly will. Certainly I will. And you know that. President did not say if he would attend the inauguration. Is he continue to claim without evidence that there was fraud in the election? He also spoke to military personnel around the world. In that message Heat out of the U. S response to the cove in 19 pandemic. We're rounding the curve. The vaccines are being delivered literally. It will start next week and the week after. And it will hit the front line workers and seniors and the doctors, nurses, lot of people are gonna start and we're going very quickly. But right now, the spread of the virus in the U S described is out of control. More on that, for maybe sees Victor Oh kendo in Miami, with cases in hospitalizations on the rise and the imminent surge from holiday travel on the horizon. New staggering projection from the CDC. The U. S death toll could top 321,000 over the next three weeks. Reigning NFL N v P. Lamar Jackson, one of at least a dozen members of the Baltimore Ravens test positive for covert 19, according to ESPN. The team's game Sunday with the Pittsburgh Steelers is in jeopardy. You're listening to ABC News. All right, well, loosely neighborhood.

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"kristie smith" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:00 min | 5 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on KCRW

"For all things Considered today. Up ahead. We've gotta check news headlines from NPR stories as well from the case for W newsroom and coming up a little later on this hour in about 20 minutes or so we talked with you see Ellie, epidemiologist Dr and Andhra Moin. About the groundbreaking one million covert cases California now has recorded and what the path forward looks like. Stay with us for that conversation coming up later this hour in Herbst. President. Trump still has not conceded the election to President elect Joe Biden. Arizona, with its 11 electoral votes has been called for. Biden and The Associated Press is called North Carolina's 15 electoral votes for Trump Will Michael's of member station W. N. C explains why it took 10 days to project a winner in North Carolina on election night. President Donald Trump lead president elect Joe Biden by about 76,000 votes. But the AP and other news outlets took their time to make a call in this state because more than 100,000 absentee ballots were unaccounted for. Those balance did not significantly close the gap in the presidential race here as county is finished tallying votes. Updated results showed Trump ahead of Biden by more than 73,000 votes. But projections had already given bite and more than the necessary 270 electoral votes to win the presidency. Georgia is now the only state that remains too close to call for NPR news. I'm will Michael's in Durham, North Carolina. One day after a convening Sarah Mar, convening rather for US swearing in ceremony at the Oklahoma capital number of state lawmakers are testing positive for the coronavirus. Chris Polanski of member Station K. W. G. S reports some fear it could be a super spreader. Event. Masks were not required at the ceremony on Wednesday, and many members chose not to wear them late Thursday to Republican members announced positive test results. Oklahoma House Democrats say they were not informed by the Republican majority leadership instead learning from news reports and social media. Oklahoma is in the midst of a major surgeon infections ICUs in Tulsa and Oklahoma City have been at or near capacity this week. Risk. Polanski reporting Wall Street was hired by the closing bell. The Dow up 399 points at 29,479, the NASDAQ up 119 points. S and P 500 up. 48. This is NPR. Headed for 32. This is KCRW. I'm Matt Gillam. It's hard to fathom how the 25th Congressional district race could get tighter. But with new votes counted, it has happened again. The battle for the Santa Clarita based congressional seat has narrowed with just 104 votes separating incumbent Republican Mike Garcia and Democratic challenger Kristie Smith. Garcia has been in the lead for the past few days. But as votes have trickled in the race is getting closer. It's unclear how many ballots remain to be counted in the race for the seat that stretches from the Antelope Valley into Ventura County. The fight for this seat in the House is a rehash of an election that took place. Earlier this year, Garcia defeated Smith and, um, a special election to fill the seat of Democrat Katy Hill, who resigned following allegations of an affair with a staff member. And now turning our attention to the state level, the state capital is turning even bluer. Democrats already enjoyed supermajorities in the California Legislature Slater before this election. Now, it looks like they may be expanding on that, thanks in part to two states Senate seats, which they flipped in what used to be reliably conservative orange be reliably conservative Orange County. KCRW's cherry, Glaser explains. Democrat Josh Newman has declared victory over GOP incumbent Linguine Chang and their rematch for the 29th State Senate district and the victories of Sweet one for Newman in the Thames. In 2016. Newman squeak past Chang to claim the seat, which covers parts of orange, L, A and San Bernadino counties. But Newman was recalled two years later after he voted in favor of raising the state gas tax, and Chang won a special election to replace him. Now, after another nail biter of race, he's heading back to Sacramento. This comes just days after Democrats flipped another seat. Nearby, Political newcomer Dave Men defeated Republican incumbent John Morlock in the race for Orange County's 37 States Senate district, which stretches from Anaheim to Laguna Beach, Kcrw's Cherry Glaser. Morlock tells the Orange County Register. He's already considering running for another job. The spot that's opened up on the O. C Board of Supervisors after fellow Republican Michelle Steele won a seat in the U. S House. And it may be getting chilly at night, or at least Southern California's idea of freezing, but you were going to have to forego your fireplace tomorrow. That's because the South Coast Air Quality Management District has put out a no burn alert. That means residents who live in parts of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernadino counties are banned from indoor and outdoor wood burning. It's due to a forecast of high air pollution in the area, find particles in wood smoke and get deep into the lungs and cause respiratory problems such as asthma. The alert is in effect through midnight on Saturday. Those who are cut with fires.

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"kristie smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:52 min | 5 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Radio. This is political breakdown. I'm recent Lago and I'm gone Maserati in this week for Scott Shaffer and today on the breakdown, we're going to take a trip outside of California's borders. That's right. We're thrilled to have with us all the way from the Peach State, the Democrat just elected to fill John Lewis's seat in Congress. States, and they're in a chemo. Williams is also head of the Democratic Party of Georgia. So she knows a thing or two about organizing. That's right. We're going to talk with her about how Democrats have been working for years to turn that state bloom and what's ahead in two pivotal U. S. Senate races. That will likely determine the balance of power in the upper chamber. First guy, as we've been saying for weeks, this election was not going to be settled on election day, and we were right. We have been following all these outstanding races, including several congressional seats, the Democrats were successful and flipping to blue and 2018. And are still on razor's edge. What are you watching most closely right now? Well, I think we're all watching with what's happening in Orange County just really interesting set of results so far there We've seen two Republicans on track to flip a congressional seats there, Michelle Steele and Young Kim while at the same time to Democrats flipping state legislative seats, so I think it's it's you know, very interesting two parts to the results. Orange County, of course, was the home of the blue Wave and 2018 a lot of resentment against President Trump. And I know kind of you've been looking into the numbers and talking a party folks that in that county, it's just been fascinating to see, I think a result that not many of us expected Republicans gaining back seats in this election. Yeah, although I feel like we're having all these conversations and our guests, we can talk to her about this about like whether Democrats do as well as they were. You know, we all thought they were going to. I mean, let's be clear. These were some of these stretch district's for Democrats. They were very close races, even in 2018 and You know, the results aren't in on all of them. I mean, definitely. I'm hardly Ruda did concede this week in the Huntington Beach seat to Michelle Steele. And so we know that and we're watching that girl Cisneros, but for example, for their north in L, A and Ventura counties, you know, Mike Garcia had one that special election to fill out Katie Hills term. Kristie Smith looks in a good position there and, Yeah, I mean, I think Orange County I mean, the reporting I did this week. I was about how You know, Democrats celebrated very heartily. After 2016. Hillary Clinton flipped the county for the first time since 1936, a Democrat won. They did very well in 2018. But what it's really turned into was a battleground place, right? This is a truly purple County now, and I think that I talked to the heads of both the California parties, Republican and Democrat. For once. They agreed on something. They were like. This is gonna be hard work for us moving forward, no matter whether you're Republican or Democrat, and I think it just speaks to the changing demographics, but also the fact that you know, we as much is a lot of America is in these very divided places. There are still these pockets of purple, right, and I think look big picture. As you say. The long term trend is the congressional map in California is trending blue right there. Seats that we talked about 5 10 years ago as battle grounds. I'm thinking about the city of San Diego suburbs of of Sacramento, Coachella Valley Palm Springs that now those seats are off the map. You know Raul Ruiz on the barren Scott Peters. They don't They're safe. They're all kind of off the grid in terms of battle District's Yet Orange County as you as you know, when you talk to the heads of both parties, they're really digging in for kind of entrenched political warfare for the next few election cycles, and I'm curious, and I don't know if you got this talking to Rusty Hicks, the head of the State Democratic Party. But like what's the long term play for Democrats? If Donald Trump is not kind of in the picture as a foil? Yeah. I mean, I think that one. I mean, we didn't talk about that. Specifically, I will say that say that, you know, looking at, say, congressional District 50, Which is the one that Duncan Hunter had to resign after being indicted or actually, Yeah, He did resign right eventually. But you know, this is the Democrat who had challenged him. Amar companies are went up again against your Elissa, formerly the richest man in Congress. And this was this is I think the Republicans like a 10 point advantage in that district, right? Cos ours within a few points. I mean, maybe it's closer to 4 to 5 now, but it's Away closer than Democrats would have expected even a few years ago. And I do think that, you know, talking to Rusty Hicks, the Democratic chair about that he's saying, you know to have somebody like companies are with that name in that district, which is historically so white and Republican. Is a good sign for them. But you know, as we've seen nationally, you got to keep working for it. You can't just pack your bags and go home after the election on guy think that that's gonna be the real question. What is the organizing? Gonna look like in these places in the two years before the next congressional races and can either party get a leg up by really, you know, staying President focused? Yeah, I think that's gonna be something to watch there..

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"kristie smith" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on KCRW

"I think that the moon from the people that I was talking to with the bike camper, uh, potentially downcast a bit about the division of the state's David. Stay with us. We have a short Break to make her listening to live Election night coverage from KQED. I'm Scott Shaffer here with Teresa Lagos. Can we continue our election night coverage? David Binder. Sorry to cut you off there. Let me bring back in Katie, Or who is up in Sacramento and Katie. I know you've been keeping an eye on some of the Competitive congressional races. CD 21 where it's a rematch between the incumbent TJ Cox, who defeated Republican David Valid ao very last House race to be called. It was called weeks after the election. It was so close. What do you saying there? Do? We have many numbers in that district at this point? Yeah, we do have some numbers in that district. With just about 17% of the precincts reporting TJ cocks, the Democrat incumbent actually, trails David valid ao about 45% to 55% So again ah, valid ao taking at least in early on early lead in that in that race, you know this is a rematch from 2018. It was really close last time so close, in fact that valid Ao was initially declared the winner on election night. And then, then Cox would narrowly narrowly won. It includes parts of Kings County, Fresno to Larry current counties. And you know, Clinton actually carried that county in 2016, but valid. L was reelected in that election, So it just shows you how split that particular district is, and I think it could be Kind of Ah, harbinger of where the Central Valley is going as more people moving another race. We're keeping a close eye on is a congressional district 25. That was a seat. That was a pickup for Democrats two years ago, and then Katie Hill resigned. Mike Garcia Republican picked up that seat in a special election. He's running again, as he did in that special against Democrat Kristy Smith. In that seat in northeastern Los Angeles County. What do you see? So right now, Kristie Smith has a 60% of the vote to Mike Garcia's 40% again very early numbers, but so that would indicate that perhaps it might be a very competitive race. There There is. This is a more pro Trump district, the many swing swing districts in California, but Kristy Smith has been playing defense for her vote in favor. Of Assembly Bill five up here in Sacramento, which reclassified how contract workers are looked at in California, David Binder real quickly because we're getting short on time. What are you going to be keeping an eye out for in terms of the ballot measures in particular, I'm thinking, especially of prop 15, which would really change the way property taxes are calculated in California. That one seems close. Yeah, that's probably the one that we're going to be looking at most carefully for the rest of the night. I mean, one thing that is is we look at the California results right now. One of the things that we've been doing is comparing the results for president versus a ballot proposition. Should you see binds it 72. So that's Ah, high water mark that the other ballot propositions. They're not reaching at this all right? Much more to go Many, many, many more ballots to count. David Binder, Katie or Thanks so much. I'm Scott Shaffer along with Marissa Lagos. You've been Listeningto live California Election night coverage from KQED public radio and we will continue in the coming hours. Stay tuned. Meanwhile, for more election results and analysis on this public radio station It's Casey R W. And this is moments of serenity with me, Garth Trinidad The ocean is a source of solace in peace. Maybe you can't go to the beach right now. So instead We'll bring it to you. Be well. Stay tuned to Casey are double It is a 39 here at K C. R.

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"kristie smith" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"To lose elections because of the president trump himself votes by Mail on Capitol Hill Florida Republican Senator. Rick Scott said Wednesday. He opposes a key provision of Democrats proposed corona virus relief bill one trillion dollars in aid to state local and tribal governments. Hard hit by the pandemic. We're bailing out liberal politicians who cannot live within their means and now we are asking Floridians to pay for the incumbency of governors like Andrew Cuomo some progressive advocacy groups are calling on lawmakers to vote down the house corona virus relief. Bill saying it doesn't go far enough in response Congressional Progressive Caucus co-chairs Pramilla Apollon Mark Pokemon have called on Speaker Pelosi to delay Friday's plan. Vote till next week. Progresses are demanding amendments including paycheck guarantees for workers an expansion of health insurance to the unemployed in New Mexico. New data show half of those who've died of Cova Nineteen or native American. Even though they only make up eleven percent of the State's population. This comes as nearly sixty percent of people testing positive for the corona virus. New Mexico are also indigenous in New Orleans sanitation workers or entering their second week of strike demanding better working conditions daily personal protective equipment. Such as gloves and face masks raising wages from ten to fifteen dollars per hour and providing a weekly hazard pay one hundred fifty dollars in China. Health officials are planning to test all eleven million residents of the city of Wuhan for the novel Corona Virus by the end of the next week after six. New Corona virus cases were confirmed over the last two days. China had reported no new cases over a month in Wuhan where the novel Corona Virus appears to have emerged late. Last year in New Zealand authorities have reopened shopping malls restaurants. Movie theaters gyms hair salons after reporting no new cases of Corona virus. For the last two days New Zealand's early and aggressive action appears to have not just contain the virus but eliminated it from the island. Nation of five million people were just. Twenty-one people have died of covert nineteen in Mexico dozens of frontline nurses in Mexico City and the city of text cocoa held protests Wednesday demanding. The government provide them with proper personal protective equipment. This is one of the nurses will at PM. We haven't been given personal protective equipment mass or and ninety five mass less goggles. We are purchasing all of our equipment. It's quite expensive. And they don't ask for more than a week and we can't have those expenses you. We can't continue to risk ourselves with using the bad quality equipment. We are being given here. Mexico now has over forty thousand known cases and official death toll of over forty two hundred despite a surge in cases. Officials are preparing to slowly reopen. Mexico'S ECONOMY BEGINNING. May Eighteenth President. Trump's disgraced former campaign chair Paul Manafort was released from prison Wednesday and will serve the remainder of his sentence under home confinement. Manafort's lawyers successfully argued his health and age made them especially vulnerable to contracting cove at nineteen in prison meanwhile Democratic Congress members deb Haaland of New Mexico and Rahul Hav of Arizona are urging the trump administration to release native American rights activist Leonard Peltier from Federal Prison and granted clemency. Pelletier is a former member of the American Indian movement who was convicted of killing two. Fbi agents during a shootout on South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian reservation in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy five. He's long maintained his innocence. Leonard Peltier or suffers from problems and diabetes his supporters point to a Federal Bureau of Prisons Program allowing the early release of elderly prisoners and people with underlying health conditions during the pandemic. So far. Only twenty five hundred. Federal prisoners have been released to home confinement even though cove nineteen already caused the death of at least three hundred forty people in jails and prisons around the United States. Federal agents with a search warrant on Wednesday sees the cell phone of us. Senator Richard Burr Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee the North Carolina. Republican is under scrutiny. For selling as much as one point seven million dollars worth of stock after receiving privilege briefings about the threat of the corona virus before the pandemic led markets to crash. It's an apparent violation of the stock. Act The stop trading on Congressional Knowledge. Act Yahoo News reports. The Justice Department is accidentally disclosed the name of a Saudi diplomat suspected of helping to the nine eleven hijackers the identity of Mussa et Al Algebra was revealed a declaration by a senior. Fbi official in response to a lawsuit filed by survivors and families of nine eleven victims. Who accused Saudi Arabia's government of involvement in the attacks the revelation comes a two year intense battle By the Justice Department to keep the name under wraps in California Republican Mike Garcia has won a special election for Congressional district north of Los Angeles Garcia defeated Kristie Smith a Democrat who opposes Medicare for all and California's attempts to adopt a single payer healthcare system. The district had been held by a Progressive Democrat and supporter of Medicare for all First Term Congress member Katie Hill. She resigned from Congress last October. After Red State Dot Org and the Daily Mail published naked images of her without her consent and exposed her affair with a campaign aide and Costa Rica's set to issue. Its first same sex marriage registrations in late. May eighteen months after the Costa Rican Constitutional Court gave lawmakers a year and a half to implement the reform Reuters reports Conservative lawmakers. Wednesday introduced a motion to delay the court's ruling another eighteen months. But it's unclear whether it'll gain enough support. Costa Rica set to become the first Central American country to legalize marriage equality and a correction to a figure cited an earlier headline the number of initial unemployment claims filed since the pandemic began in early. March is expected to top thirty five million and those are some of the headlines says democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report when we come back. The United Nations warns the Corona Virus Pandemic is generating a mental illness. Crisis will speak with psychology professor and author Andrew Solomon and with renowned Palliative care specialists. Diane Meyer about well. What happens when patients die in the hospital and their family members cannot be to say goodbye?.

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"kristie smith" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"I was willing to lay down my life for my country. I lost good buddies. Who laid down there and it's why a lot of people I talked to you about this race. Give him an edge. Going into election day so Libby. I am curious how much of the actual campaign conversation right now is being dominated by the corona virus. So it's certainly taken over a lot of the conversation. I talked to Mike Garcia. Who is a very strong supporter of president trump? And he appreciates the federal government's response so far. Kristie Smith says that it's been scattershot and that we need to be investing more in testing and tracing cases but there are also a lot of local issues. That bubble up here. It's a high desert community with a strong military connection so talking about military budgets has been an issue there are also a number of open up protests that happen every weekend in the district. That's a corona virus related issue And some Mike Garcia supporters and campaign. Volunteers do show up at at those protests. So again it's a it's a big issue and most other issues revolving around corona virus do given that sue I mean. Do you have a sense of how much the California's twenty fifth Congressional district here is a microcosm of what campaigning in November could look like versus. How much this is just a really unique race. That doesn't mean anything for November weird. Where do you feel like national parties are when they're looking at this race? I think this race matters November because I think that at least as we know it now the national campaign organizations are preparing. They're putting plan in place. If this is what races are going to look like and I think even the most optimistic forecasts for how the pandemic rolls out suggests that people even might be reluctant to be gathering in large spaces in the fall certainly over the primary seasons that are happening now all through the summer and fall so it is tactically changing how every single campaign is operating right now from former vice president. Joe Biden Donald Trump's campaign. All the way down the ballot. All right we're GONNA leave it there for today libby. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you so much. It was great having many. That's Libby Dank Man of KPCC in southern California and that is today you can head to NPR dot org slash politics newsletter to subscribe to a weekly roundup of our best online analysis. I must McCall it. I'm covering the presidential campaign to Susan Davis Congress and thank you for listening to the NPR politics podcast..

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"kristie smith" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"What are you driving? We're glad you're okay. But what car were you driving. It was really worried about this car and the guy goes driving hill. I was walking. That was the uh-huh well Gotti sub using that word. Yes I am too and it was a teachable moment. That's what happens hands down in old Alpine Springs. My hope is that whenever people here Mike Pence his name may think every putt going they call me mother. That's what I hope Yeah Yes yes oh I do. Yeah that's what I need to watch that. Show it taking more drug shows yeah. I'm the one we went to in Seattle. Where can you watch drag race? Oh adding the past seasons during Netflix. Netflix Hulu look also one hundred percent. Keynote everything drag racing undergrad everything repulsive disclaimer disclaimer disclaimer. You can appreciate some parts have something without condoning all of it. The culture. Yeah Yeah so wheels yeah so anyway. Sorry had said that word but It was necessary for the story story and there was a learning moment and he was so cool about. He's like oh I didn't know doing it to sell it. I wish more people who we're giving you information reacted that way. He was not my thing. But Hey man I'm not gonNA stop you very cool very cool dude All right let's social us. Trending Sunday on. Twitter is Republican will heard who told Jake Tapper on state of the Union this morning over the weekend that he's voting no on impeachment saying quote you can vote against the impeachment but still disagree with some of the policies and some of the behavior unquote will hurt is retiring after this term and I can't make any sense out of this From him he he seemed like he was one of the only Republicans on the committee that was asking Reasonable questions of the witnesses is instead of just you know going off on a five minute speech and Not You know right on conspiracy theories right. Yeah yeah so were you. How how much were you expecting him to vote? I didn't really have breath. Thought either way about it. I figured one hundred percent. No Republican was gonNA vote for impeachment except for just a mosh And that's the only one I can think of and I think he's actually actually left the party anyway. Independent now or something I think so. I'd have to double check on that but like I. I really didn't think I mean I thought it was nice. That will I heard was at least asking thoughtful questions but to you know he. He's it's just an interesting argument that you can vote against the impeachment but disagree with some of the policies and behavior. Yeah and I think the policy is the key word there because you can't impeach the president because you don't like his policy but if it's illegal he goal then you must and so I just think it's a weird argument Because he didn't go into any details about like I would expect a thoughtful quote unquote Republican like will heard to to go into an explanation about This is the evidence I didn't see any of course didn't talk at all about obstruction which is a clear Violation of the constitution obstruction of Congress article. So it's just it's it's an odd position to take especially if you're not running again right. Yeah maybe it's more investment in his Home doormats that would be filled with dog shit from his locals something when it goes back to flaming minks dog poop bags so you know I gotta live here also so maybe not. Now where's he from again. Did you say I don't remember. Oh let's see her. Yes sorry she is. I think it's a swing district. Okay maybe less than maybe but still poop well heard He represents but we do. District stretches five hundred fifty miles from San Antonio to El Paso Along the US Mexican border. He's forty two years old. I'm older than him all that time. A Life Yeah. Twenty third district in Texas Republicans. Twenty fifteen parents Maryalice and Robert Educated at Texas am all right. Sounds good all those things. Threes from these. He lives in the district. Yeah There was a little bit of a kerfuffle twitter. Kerfuffle this week when Bernie Swin Chunk Wieger said that he was Brian. Hi Katie or winger. Is that how you set. I don't remember I just know I have honestly. I have no idea how to say any part of his name. I just know what he looks like in who he is. And I you don't have. Ty T. Chung on any and he he came out and said that Bernie Sanders had endorsed him and everybody blew up because he's got a history. We've seen some pretty nasty things about women as recently as twenty thirteen and so the argument being. Hey we welcome open arms if you have if you're apologetic and you want to be a Democrat cool and you can have a show host a show and everything but to run for Congress especially in a district. You don't live event and especially Katie Hill seat bridge too far and so there was so much online outrage that Within the same day Bernie Sanders said. I'm not I'm withdrawing endorsement. That was wise of him. He I'm like I thought he didn't in a in a kind way to that so interesting though because when I think of him I think of you you know the young Turks being incredibly to the left rice and he did help a lot with like the election of the squad and more progressive stuff But like there's just other candidates there's another candidate running in that district have to look her up real quick. Who's never said anything like that? And so when it come you know when it comes down between that and that And then I just don't think that that's just an endorsement. You even want to get close to So let me see who's running for Katie Hills. Old Seat Besides Chink you guys see the article. That Jackie Mao recently where she was like this is is far from over like this whole bench porn thing is going to ruin my life. Katie Hill Yeah. I did not read an article. No California's twenty fifth. It looks like that's where Popadopoulos is running. Oh God God Oh Papa. DOC's running for hurled seat growth are you so it's night is running in the special election march third which is the same as our Primary to replace Katie Hill but he's not cleared the Republican field because Popadopoulos Is running for that seat Navy veteran Mike Garcia and Lancaster City Council member Angela. Underwood Jacobs are in both declared their candidacies before he'll resign. One announced Democrat State Assemblywoman. I'm Kristie Smith has earned the backing of Katie Hill as well as other Democratic leaders and members of Congress. He'll tweeted Wednesday. That Smith is the only one you can keep it blue and the only one the community deserves so. That's who I was thinking. I was Christy Smith. She said she phoned Smith before resigning to make sure she would run and she said to the to the guys boys please be gentlemen step aside. She's got this that's what he'll tweeted cool. Yeah I'm what I'm for would. Katie Hill wants totally same. So that's what's happening with With that twin California's twenty-fifth should be an interesting race special election march third which are going to bring a lot of people out because that is the presence primarily. Yeah absolutely well thanks. Yeah no worries sorry. Took me a minute to get it and that is it. That's it that's all gone. That's Hashtag you you so any final thoughts. Yeah I have a final thought. I know we didn't really touch on it much obviously the UK election happened in at the end of last week. And it's a place I lived in for a very long time and care for very deeply and I know a lot of my British friends are feeling really heartbroken right now and I understand that There just like graphs and like devastated avid. And I really understand so I just for any of our listeners. Just hang in there. There is tomorrow the day and there are a lot of wonderful people people still who do live there and you have to find them and you have to. You just continue to fight for what you believe in you know whatever that means with your time or your money or your energy whatever or your job whatever it is like it's up to you to make a change now and it feels totally overwhelming. But you you can't give up on having a better country thanks for that. You're welcome hugh. Yeah so sorry guys to her loss awesome we. We know what it's like Pressure not precisely but Yeah so just yes and you some love put out a cup of tea. Everything's GonNa be okay. Find each other. Yeah Yeah just yeah hold dear to what is important to you and and the people you love and that's all you can do keep trucking so what we'll do next year. If that happens to check on I know I don't think about that right now but anyway. Yeah it's just I'm just sending you guys some love. Just hang in there. Keep your your head up and Yeah do something in your in your personal life other than you know. Do something that makes you feel good and gives you hope in your country thank you. You're welcome fouth. Nope I'm good. Yeah just did a really tough. Yeah I have a lot of friends and we have a lot of listeners and we get a lot of support from the UK so We're here for you and Man Yeah Hearts go out. Yeah totally all right. 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02:18 min | 3 years ago

"kristie smith" Discussed on No Agenda

"That would be revolution so no i don't think they're working on it we started email company there's our exit strategy all yeah oh yeah yeah that's like i was a billionaire and got into aviation now i'm a millionaire as we need young broke we need to get to get into email companies what could possibly go wrong no l think so anyway i think it's damp damning evidence that google is out to change our behavior on mass and they're very capable of doing it to day yeah they're probably doing it as we speak all you know hill bought so what are you going to do so we have our local story livy shaft versus trump if you want to play a little act to the new libby chef that'd be chefs to mayor of oakland oh yes mayor libby chef is answered back to president trump's comments jesting that the department of justice should investigate her for possible obstruction of justice the stems from her alerting the community in february about upcoming ice rates and bc areas kristie smith spoke with shaft today about her op ed in the washington post libby chef is meeting with neighbors today outside a barbershop to hear their concerns part of her mobile mayor program lots of times i get thanked for warning my community about an impending ice rate but sometimes people just want to talk about the pothole on their street that immediately drew anger from president trump she said she wanted people to be prepared not panicked and know their rights this week president trump directed this suggestion at attorney general jeff sessions i mean you talking about obstruction of justice i would recommend that you look into obstruction of justice for the mayor of oakland california to have i'm surprised that the president continues to obsess with his vindictiveness about trying to hold me up on charges chef is responding she explained her position in washington post op ed in she says she's not obstructing justice she seeking it she says the paper reached out to her.

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