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Lenin Commanded Party Members to Exploit Race in America to Further the Communist Cause
"So why do you think that people pushing things like the sixty nineteen project have such an animus against america that they would distort that and make it sound as though slavery was invented by white people four hundred years ago which we know it was not right well lennon in one thousand nine hundred nineteen nineteen twenty when the communist party was first being established here in new york city gave specific orders to party members to exploit the issue of race and of course that was a a sore point a weak point in american society. We did have jim crow We did have the ku klux klan. We did have discrimination but ever since then that has been the point. The weak point that has been exploited to cause strife and division which is how the communists have attained power across the globe. And so if you want to change this country if you want to change it from a republican form of government system of free enterprise and if you believe that socialism or communism is the way to go then you cast doubt on the validity of this government and this economic
Rep. Elise Stefanik Calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Resignation and Immediate Arrest
"At least phonic new yorkers calling for andrew cuomo to be arrested go get them now. Put the handcuffs on him. Don't know how realistic that is. He ain't going anywhere he's gonna pull. The ralph north enlisted that matter sexually harass a bunch of women put on black face and where some ku klux klan robes. When you're a democrat a democrat means never having to say you're sorry you don't have to move you don't have to leave your just just. Hey look at cove. Ed that was that was part of andrew. Cuomo's bazaar defense. Yesterday after the bombshell announcement that happened during our show yesterday the attorney general tissue james announced the findings of an extensive exhaustive investigation. All kinds of people many many women accusing cuomo they say credibly of inappropriately touching him so he brought out a slide show. I'm not kidding you and the slide show shed. It's not just women. I'm just kind of a groping. Old man i liked to grow people. I touch people. I kiss people to. I am at must be an italian thing. I'm not kidding. Cuomo released a video statement after the new york attorney. General announced the findings that he broke the law. This is this is break now you know. We're we're tiptoeing around this. Because the governor of new york violating the law is another way to say. You've broken the law. When you break the law you get arrested. I'm not sure at least phonic is wrong.
The Life of Florynce Kennedy
"Florence rey kennedy or flow was born on february eleventh nineteen sixteen in kansas city missouri to wiley zella kennedy while he made his living as a pullman porter and leader started taxi. Company the kennedy family experienced poverty during the great depression and racism from the local ku klux klan after a house in a majority white neighborhood but flow nevertheless described her childhood as an incredibly happy one. Her parents were exceptionally supportive of their daughters flow. Once said my parents gave us a fantastic sense of security and were by the time the big. It's got around to telling us that we were nobody. We already knew. Somebody flow was an excellent student and graduated at the top of her class after high school. She and her sisters opened a hat shop together. In kansas city flow also started getting involved in local political protests. She helped organize a boycott against a local coca cola. Bottler who refused to hire black delivery drivers in nineteen forty two flows. Mothers ella died of cancer afterwards flow and her sister. Grace moved to new york city and rented an apartment together in harlem in nineteen forty. Four flu started at columbia university or she majored in pre law after graduation flow applied to columbia law school but was denied admission. According to the dean of the law. School the denial was a result of flow being a woman not because she was black flow wasn't buying it and threatened to sue at which point the admissions board changed. Its mind she was one of only eight women and the only black woman in her law school class
Biden Tulsa Speech Lacks Context, Omitting Democrat Congressman Who Were KKK Members
"Quote the speech, Biden There were 37 members of the House of Representatives who are open members of the Ku Klux Klan. Interesting. Biden said that at the Tulsa speech, what he failed to tell you is they were mostly Democrats. Where the fact checkers on you know the fact checkers once we've discussing we've been discussing throughout the show. The opinion checkers also noticed the sensors, the Communists, the fascists, right, the fact checker. You know what they do They go out where the fact checkers every time a conservative says something about this is missing context. This is missing context. Where's the missing context on that? Right there. A bunch of members of the House of Representatives the past who are members of the Ku Klux Klan? Yeah, dude, they were Democrats. They were Debs. Democrats. Demon rats? Yeah, that's what they were. He left that part out. Left that part out. Kind of important context, isn't it? Considering Biden's a Democrat, too. It's also interesting for those listening it Describe the Fox nation is a live video feed of my show here you could see on video does he at home the honorary Honor the great Rush Limbaugh. The paper flip a celebrity did that There's a photo here. I'm looking at you looking at home, too. If you watch the video there, check that out. Put a little Sharpie line around the face. It's a photo of Joe Biden. What's he doing there? Yes. What is he doing in this photo? C SPAN two photo screenshot. Speaking and eulogizing someone at a funeral. Whose funeral is that? Jim, Look, this guy for me. I've never heard him Senator Robert Byrd, is that the same guy who was in the Ku Klux Klan?
America Has Been Brought Down to Size
"In four short months the united states of america has been brought down to size and it is up to you and i to continue to fight for those freedoms that have all ready and i want to make sure you hear that word that have all ready been provided for us. That have all ready. Been given to us by the blood of our dead heroes. We have already conquered racism by enlarge. In the united states of america we pass the thirteenth fourteenth the fifteenth amendment. We had over twenty blacks during the reconstruction era that were voted into the republican party against the against the desire of the democrat. Kkk party as white ku klux klan. Men in a democrat party fought to keep them out of congress and to intimidate both blacks and whites. We've already our soldiers. Six hundred thousand soldiers during the civil war dead dead all of these spice that the left are trying to pretend exists today. They don't exist. They are they are in the fig. I want to say the figment of their imagination. But it's a bunch of people who have meaningless lives that are desperate for meaning trying to divide and trying to destroy us and we can't let them do it. How did you honor the legacy of the dead. You fight back against these left wing radicals that are telling you. This is not the greatest country that god has ever given man.
Congressman, NAACP sue Trump and Giuliani over Capitol riot
"And adviser to former President Donald Trump, says his longtime lawyer and confident Rudy Giuliani is not representing him in legal matters at this time. They are both named in a new lawsuit over the Capitol attack. In a lawsuit filed in federal District Court in Washington, the N W. A S A P and Democratic congressman Bennie Thompson claim for president Trump Rudy Giuliani, the proud boys in the oath keepers conspired to incite the January 6 riot. And that they violated the 18 71 Ku Klux Klan Act by preventing Congress from carrying out its official duties. A Trump advisor Jason Miller says Trump is not organized or insight or conspire to incite any violent oxes Rachel Sutherland. The suit seeks unspecified damages. This is Congress plans, hearings on security issues and a non 11 style commission. To
Dem’s lawsuit accuses Trump of inciting deadly Capitol riot in Washington, DC
"A Democratic congressman from Mississippi has filed a civil lawsuit accusing former President Trump and his attorney, Rudy Giuliani off conspiracy to incite the January 6th. The riot at the U. S. Capitol. As NPR's Ryan Lucas reports too far right groups, the proud boys and the oath keepers are also named as defendants in the suit. Congressman Bennie Thompson is suing Trump in the others for allegedly conspiring to incite the capital Riot. Disrupt the official counting of electoral college votes. The lawsuit alleges that was a violation of the Ku Klux Klan Act, which protects against conspiracies that seek to prevent members of Congress from fulfilling their constitutional duties. Suit says that trumpet Giuliani inside of the crowd at the January 6th rally near the White House, while the proud boys and the oath keepers spearheaded the attack on the capital. Thompson had to shelter in the House gallery during the attack before being ushered to safety by security. The lawsuit is the first against Trump over the Capitol riot since the Senate acquitted him on Saturday on the impeachment charge of inciting in
Trump and Giuliani sued by Democratic congressman over deadly Capitol riot
"Congressman is suing Donald Trump over the ex president's role in the capital riot. Trump's Senate impeachment acquittal is expected to lead to a wave of litigation over the insurrection now that he's lost some legal protections as an ex president. House Homeland Security Committee chair Bennie Thompson suit accuses Trump of inciting the insurrection and conspiring with his lawyer and extremist groups. Keep Congress from certifying the presidential election results. Several other lawmakers are expected to join the suit, which was brought under a law known as the Ku Klux Klan Act. It bans violence or intimidation meant to keep members of Congress or other federal officials from carrying out constitutional duties.
Democratic congressman sues Trump over role in Capitol riot
"A democratic congressman is suing Donald Trump over the ex president's role in the capital right trump's Senate impeachment acquittal is expected to lead to a wave of litigation over the insurrection now that he's lost some legal protections as an ex president house homeland security committee chair Bennie Thompson suit accuses trump of inciting the insurrection and conspiring with his lawyer and extremist groups to keep Congress from certifying the presidential election results several other lawmakers are expected to join the suit which was brought under a law known as the Ku Klux Klan act it bans violence or intimidation meant to keep members of Congress or other federal officials from carrying out constitutional duties Sager made Donnie Washington
Valparaiso University is dropping Crusader mascot
"And nickname over its ties to hate groups. Valparaiso University Thursday announced it's dropping the team name Crusaders as well as their logo on mascot. Decision coming after a decades long debate that has intensified recently because groups like the Ku Klux Klan had begun to use these symbols and words. Faculty and student Senate's along with Val Pose Alumni Board approved resolutions to reassess the appropriateness of the Crusaders moniker. Mascots are intended to help us show our school
Flyers recruiting for far-right group Proud Boys placed on cars in Ravenswood, NW of Chicago
"Flyer's attempting to recruit the For the far right group. The proud boys replaced on cars in a North Side neighborhood Friday. Here's still be Jim Bob Cussler with more. About three dozen flyers remain wedged under windshield wipers on cars parked near Montrose and Lincoln near Lincoln Square, including at least one displaying racist imagery, evoking the Ku Klux Klan. The proud boys is designated as a hate group by the Southern poverty Law Center. 47th Ward Alderman Matt Martin said residents have informed his office of at least six blocks in the district where flyers were placed on the cars. Police are now investigating Bob Kessler, WG and news
Daryl Davis On Healing Hate with Friendship
"Today I have the most amazing guest for you. He is a man that really shows us the possibility of how to disparate sides can come together. His name is Daryl Davis and he's a black man who is convinced over two hundred Klu Klux Klan members to give up their robes by boldly and bravely walking in deep into their lives deep into the heart of the Ku Klux Klan, becoming friends with them and showing them his sheer humanity. Today. We're GONNA hear Darrell Story and learn how it is that he threw his empathy compassion insight in bravery has been able to really embrace a methodology that allows people from opposite sides to come together learn from another become friends heal and grow welcome Daryl. Pleasure. To be here with you. Thank you for having me. It is such a pleasure. You're such an extraordinary human being sorry to embarrass you. I am so excited to be able to share your story and your insights today. My pleasure and I hope you'll listeners will enjoy it. Thank you. Why don't you begin by telling us the back story to how and why you are able to penetrate the clan? Okay. I'm aged fifty, two currently and as a child, my parents were in the US foreign service. So I spent a lot of my formative years starting at the age of three. And on through elementary school traveling abroad living in various foreign countries, you go to a country for two years and you come back home here to the states, and then you're reassigned to another country. So back and forth back and forth during my formative years while overseas my classes in elementary school and things like that were filled with kids from all over the world. Anybody who had an embassy in those countries all of their children went to the same school. So my classmates were Nigeria Italian Russian Japanese French you name it they had an embassy there I was in school with their kids and to me that was the norm that was my first exposure to school. and. So when I would come back home at the end of the two year assignment, I would either be in all black schools. Black and white schools meaning the still segregated schools or the newly integrated ones like. Well I left. CHICAGO. Shortly after I was born but we will come back and we would be like in Washington DC or be in Massachusetts different places for a short time before being reassigned every other two years. So I was back I know I was for part of Second Grade I was back for a fourth grade. I was back in sixth grade and I was back here in eighth grade when I would come back the schools were either all black or black and white meeting still segregated. Or newly integrated, and there was not the amount of diversity in my classroom that I had overseas. So in one case, I was in fourth grade nine, hundred, sixty, eight, I was ten years old and I was one of two black children in the entire school myself in fourth grade and a little black girl in second grade. So consequently, all of my friends were white and many of my male friends were members of the local, Cub Scout Group and they invited me to join which I did. And during a March we had from Lexington Concord to commemorate the ride of a Paul Revere. Suddenly I was being pelted with soda pop bottles and cans and Rawson just debris from the street by just a small group of the white spectators on the sidewalk not everybody most people were cheering us in waving and all that kind of thing. But there were about maybe five people off to my right I remember there being a couple of kids or half a year or two older than myself and a couple of adults who are throwing ends, and when I first began getting hit and looked over and saw this my first thought was oh, those people over there don't like the scouts. That's how naive I was because I had never been to. Before and it wasn't until my scout leaders came rushing over and these were white people, my den mother, my cub leader, my troop master, and they huddled over me with their bodies and escorted me out of the danger. And I realized I was the only person being targeted because nobody else was getting this special protection and I, asked him, I, said, why am I being hit why they're doing this? I didn't do anything and all they would do this kind of shush me and rushing along telling me everything would be okay. Just keep moving. and. So they never answered the question. At the end of the day when I returned home my mother and father who would not at the parade. were, fixing, cleaning the UP, putting bandaids on me and ask me how do I fall down and get scraped up I told him I didn't fall down into the mud happened. And this was the first time in my life that I heard the word racism they explained what racism was to me. And my opinion old brain could not process this definition. It made no sense to me whatsoever I'd been around white people from all over the world at this point and none of them whether they were my fellow Americans my French friends, my Swedish friends, my Australian friends, none of them treated me like this. So my parents were making this up because people don't do things like that. And they assured me that not all white people do this but there is an element of some they do and I just cannot wrap my head around it. So I didn't believe them well about almost two months later. That same year nineteen, Sixty, eight. On April the fourth Martin Luther King was assassinated. And every major city in this country burned to the ground. All in the name of this new word I had learned call racism.
Racism Common at Virginia Military Institute
"At a London air, alleging what they described as relentless racism at the Virginia military Institute. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, who graduated from V M I in 1981 has ordered an outside investigation into the culture at the school in Lexington. His action comes after a washing And post a story detailing a lynching threat and campus. Talk about the Ku Klux Klan and Confederacy.
MSU dropping name of Ku Klux Klan member from building
"Of the Michigan State University will be removed from the school's human resource building after he was discovered to be a member of the Ku Klux Klan. The board of trustees voted to remove Stephen Nesbitt's name. Their meeting on September 11th. The announcement made on their website. The building was named after Nesbitt in 1970, for he was a school principal, a superintendent. President of the Michigan Education Association, a member of the State Board of Education, a member of the board of trustees, a member of the Alma College Board of trustees and an executive with Gerber Products company. Paul High School
"ku klux klan" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Joe Biden this morning totally disparaged, insulted the black community. What he said is incredible. And I don't know what's going on with them. But it was a very insulting statement made and I guess you'll figure that out. You'll see it in a little while. But there was a great insult to the black community making reference. How you doing? Friends? This is the Danish. L I'm Sergio in for Dana today, here from Taxes lovingly refer to this area is her Southern Command. Always honor the Dana calls. And you want to call in and chat about this. Anything else ate for 4344 Dana is thie number to call. Yeah, yeah, the president reacting to like all of us. I just I heard what Joe Biden said. I'm shaking my head and I'm going well. I wonder how many more days you gonna put him back in the bunker and the Biden bunker and hide him from the public Is this dude every time they led him out? It's always another shoe it in mouth. And so there's there's like no cure for Coffin mouth disease. I don't remember what they said about my baby one when he got hoof and mouth For Joe Biden. My goodness. There's no cure for for his foot. And mouth disorder. And he speaks. I believe he is a racist. Joe Biden. He tries to like all these lies from the left and all these never Trumpers. All these people who hate trump from the very beginning, we have always been labeling. Donald Trump is a racist. Joe Biden, one of the articles I was reading just last last hour. Joe Biden saying Donald Trump is the first racist president in our country. Aquifers first raises President I know just I was thinking quickly. What comes to mind for the 1st 1 that popped into my head was Woodrow Wilson, right? And his admiration of the Ku Klux Klan would Woodrow Wilson Well, but after that you have Oh, by the way, Woodrow Democrat After that, FDR, another Democrat, FDR. Why Well, how long you're taking all the the people who Oh, and who came from Japan. And creating these internment. These concentration camps. These places were Japanese had to go and live during the World War two effort right after World War two Have a Democrat. LBJ. And the quotes attributed to him. The civil rights effort back in the sixties. The help that he needed from Republicans to pass all this stuff, but but saying You know the comments attributed to LBJ. That he would have this Specific You know? And word group. Politically speaking. You know, Always voting. For the for the Democrat Party. How they pass all this. From the abundance. Of his heart from the Abundance of his political horrid Joe Biden speaks and I think he speaks. For the Democrat Party establishment who they believe that they own the black community in this country. I could keep talking about this all day long. A 44344 Dana, I appreciate you gas checking and let me go to Teresa in Florida. Get her comments real quick. Theresa, Welcome to the Dana. Show What you want to say, friend? I think that the black community could be aware more aware of what the Democrats are up to. I had a friend that her worker and I couldn't for the life of me. Get her to see what was going on in front of her face. She was determined to vote Democrat. She told me she had to vote Democrat because she was black. I used to be a good crash no longer We're all Americans. It's important, but, you know, thank you for the call to action is very clear. You know, they say that after they say that of every election, never in our time. Never in our history has a presidential election. Been Mohr important to some people even Go off and say more important to the survival of our nation. Call the action. Is Amazingly clear and stark. I mean, think about it. We are living. I believe that politically speaking looking at this presidential election and looking what is at stake If you pay attention to the news, If you pay attention to the violence that toe all these special groups that wish to literally wish to tear down our nation the way it is that it is illegitimate. We need to start over and create. I don't know what Venezuela out of it. I'm reminded of the words again of JFK. Ask not what your country can do for you, but you know what you could do for your country. What for? For November 3rd, its vote And you better vote to preserve your country. Because I think the choice is very clear. Preserve. Protect Perfect. Or on the other side. You've got all these apologised and the crazy Marxist hordes that are out there tearing stuff up. Scaring everybody. Screaming, defund the police and you got politicians like Senator Hirono from From Hawaii. Ted Cruz telling her Hey, why don't you condemn and TIFA want to say something? Gets up and walks away. Yeah, I think the choice is real clear. Wait for for three for four. 30 to 62. Back to Florida. We're going to Orlando Bob joining us on the Dana Show What you want to say Barbara quick in my call, but I want to say Democrats last realized the Democrats used them like cattle. I encouraged him to burn their own neighbors, then which they do and these, although one point in the back, but it's all bricked seven. So they say One of us must want live in a vacation because they did their leaders. Recovers in standard Frontline did shot killed. Earn your neighborhood down. Put your own people at a business that is the Democrat way, and that is what's going on. What happened with the black people and they're taking you. And then only when we like that, don't think. Yeah, I hope they see it, but I really, really hope they see it. Because we need Americans to stand up..
"ku klux klan" Discussed on WTOP
"51 Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke has been banned from Twitter for breaking the Social Media platforms site rules forbidding hate speech company said today The Duce account has been permanently Suspended for repeated violations of the Twitter rules on hateful conduct. It didn't specify what exactly do posted the triggered the band. But it's policy on hateful conduct prohibits promoting violence or threatening attacks against people based on religious affiliation, race or ethnic origin. Duke was the leader of the white supremacist cake from 1974 words in 1978 U. S. Intelligence officials say Russia is definitely trying to interfere in the 2020 elections. But if Former intelligence official says many of Russia's actions might go undetected, say VHS and the national counter Intelligence and Security Center all say Russia's trying mightily to interfere and they're urging Americans to be careful about what they read and share But former D and I, Jim Clapper in an upcoming edition of the Target, USA Podcast says We might not even see Russian operatives at work this time because they've studied very carefully every detail of the more investigation and open source intelligence about their 2016 Cities and are covering their tracks, Clapper said. In his own words, I feared the Russians have back engineered all those revelations and we'll try to thwart our detecting what they're doing. Fiji Green w T O P knew Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says the government will postpone highly anticipated legislative elections citing a worsening current virus outbreak there. Lam says the government has the support of the Chinese government in making that decision. The postponement is a setback for the opposition, which was hoping to capitalize on disenchantment with the current pro Beijing majority pro democracy. Lawmakers have accused the government of using the outbreak as an excuse to delay the Elections. The Department of Homeland Security compile the intelligence reports on the work of journalists covering the unrest in Portland. The Washington Post reports that over the past week D, a just sent out three open source intelligence reports to federal law enforcement agencies and others summarizing tweets written by two journalists, a reporter for The New York Times and an editor of the blogger, Lawfare current and former D A chess officials call that move to report on journalists, alarming one Even calls it quote incredibly dumb cases of the Corona virus Air rising again in parts of the Eastern shore. In one area popular with tourists is imposing new penalties for not complying with restrictions Visiting historic ST Michael's or a quaint downtown East in this weekend, bring a mask. The Talbot County Council passed a measure this week, allowing the county health Department to find people $1000 if they don't have a mask on where required under state orders, restaurants there can also be fine if they don't operate safely. Actually in the bottom third of Maryland counties hit by the Corona virus, less than 400 cases total. But this month, the positivity rate spiked higher than the state's average. The new rule passed on a 4 to 1 vote. Jon Dome and W T O p New Coming Up Next in money news without he's down with the NASDAQ's up another bad day for under Armour, I'm Jeff Global, 1 54 T Mobile and Sprint have merged, so get ready to see T Mobile with.
Mississippi gov. signs bill removing Confederate emblem from flag
"A bill into law that retires the last state flag to display the Confederate battle symbol Tim McGuire has more. The Mississippi state flag with the rebel battle standard in the upper left corner is the final state banner bearing the Confederate symbol to be removed in this country. Governor Tate Reeves signing a bill that retires the old 18 94 flag in favour of a new one. There will be designed by a commission with the only stipulation that it has to include the words in God, we trust the people of Mississippi. Black and white. Young and old can be proud of a banner that puts our faith front and center. Critics in the state where nearly 40% of the people are black, have said it was wrong to have a flag marked by the Confederacy, particularly since the Ku Klux Klan and other hate groups have used it as a symbol. I'm Tim Maguire.
Twitch suspends President Trump’s channel, citing ‘hateful conduct’ in video streams
"More online platforms are clamping down on trump related. Another content they say violates hate. Speech policies twitch a video streaming service owned by Amazon suspended trump's channel for hateful conduct Monday the videos that triggered the suspensions were the two thousand sixteen rally, in which trump referred to Mexicans as rapists, as well as video of his June Twentieth Tulsa Rally, in which he evoked the same racist image using the term tough hombre you. You to ban several popular white supremacy channels, including ones belonging to Ku Klux Klan leader, David Duke and all right leader Richard
Princeton to remove Wilson name from public policy school
"Princeton University is removing the name of former president Woodrow Wilson from its public policy school because of his segregationist views university president Christopher Eisgruber says Princeton's board of trustees has concluded Wilson's racist views and policies make him an inappropriate namesake for Princeton school of public and international affairs and the residential college as Gruber notes Wilson's racism was significant and consequential even by the standards of his own time Wilson supported segregation and as U. S. president impose that on several federal agencies that had not been racially divided up to that point he also served as Princeton's president during which time he barred black students from the university and spoke approvingly of the Ku Klux Klan I'm Ben Thomas
Protesters tear down Albert Pike statue in Washington, DC
"We went through all of Friday and most of last evening Friday evening with peaceful Juneteenth celebrations in protest and then you need to do to rid statue in the district was brought down last night protesters pulling down the statue of Confederate general Albert pike a little after eleven last night it was then apparently spray painted and doused with lighter fluid set on fire the statue was put up way back in nineteen oh one standing on Indiana Avenue northwest near DC police headquarters police were standing by watching this protesters last night use ropes to pull down the statue Mike was a brigadier general in the Confederate army and a grand commander of the supreme council for the Freemasons critics say Mike was instrumental in forming the Ku Klux Klan but the Freemasons insists there is no evidence to support that a
"ku klux klan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Be I'm proud to live in this country, especially on Memorial Day weekend. Now let's get into it later on. We have Mark Levin will come on my good friend on freedom of the press, and he has time this Memorial Day weekend. Sunday night. Also, Kevin Jackson of the black sphere will be here to talk about the situations in the urban areas. The urban areas and the fact that about ninety percent of African Americans vote democratic likely to do so again in more watching local news here in Cincinnati. There was a big rally in Dayton, Ohio, about fifty miles north of Cincinnati and was one of the items on the CBS evening news. And also, it was covered yesterday by the national media and say these events, sparsely attended or largely not covered one Barack Hussein Obama was in the White House, because they happen infrequently was so few people as often thought to be no more newsworthy than a book club event in which nine or ten people show up to read a book, and if white supremacy and the Ku Klux Klan was so dominant what would have happened. The eight years when Barack Hussein Obama was in the White House, the first African American president. All hell would have been breaking loose going back and memories, I refu-, if any events, covered on mainstream media, which the white racist run running to cook Klux Klan ever thought about protesting the election of a black president because it didn't matter. The biased media are shocked to learn. The Ku Klux Klan really is not that big of a deal if you listen to the mainstream media and watch what goes on southern poverty Law Center Jack's, these things up. And that's been identified by some as a left-wing attack dog that as the so-called southern poverty Law Center that has five hundred million dollars assets, lots of problems on their own with sexual racial harassment in Alabama. That's a different story. If you look at then listen to major media, you would think that white supremacy and the Klux Klan and the so-called alt-right or massive big powerful conglomerates within our country, ready to launch themselves at African Americans are homosexuals are Catholics are Spanish on a moment's notice. And of course, it has done in covered because of the indirect effect, vicarious affect it, six to have on the president, that the media despises despised him before he was elected that spies during the transition. They really despise them now. But even the most innocent, indirect statements of the president are some L, spun by the mainstream media, so called dog whistles that only the alright, only coke coke collects clan members can here and they amplifies the media's in the business now of amplifying and doing the work of the Ku Klux Klan by making public, what they say, when it's not a it's no big deal. It's not even a small deal in this country. In fact, I know from the coverage in Cincinnati media, when there was a national call by the K K K out of Indiana, for some reason to come at Dayton, Ohio, Montgomery County, and hold a nationwide protest. Can you tell me how many people showed up? Tator. How many? He says one hundred. How about fifty about Faouzi and about two thousand how many show up for an tape rallies, that breakdown college campuses windows and doors and throw thank beat up people, how many or literally hundreds of people show, every for rally, Wayne reality in Dayton, Ohio today, there were nine one two, three four five six seven eight nine. Derelict showing up somewhere in Indiana to waive their confederate flags which are democratic symbols, by the way, used by the Democratic Party for a hundred years to spew forth there ratio audiology course in protest against them, were hundreds and hundreds of other protesters to demonstrate. How despise the so-called grand knights of the Ku Klux Klan truly are the media is in the business of amplifying the Ku Klux Klan indirectly to hurt the president and these racial bigots in league with the Neo Nazis, and the white supremacist often do not desire whatsoever to have a conservative ideology. You can see what happened in San Diego, New Zealand, and the so-called shooters manifestos in those two locations vilified. Donald J Trump for his embracing of Israel. And so, I guess the media believes when you can't win the political merits the game becomes to destroy the president and the entire reason he was elected and to destroy the sixty three million of us who voted for him and twenty sixteen likely to vote for him next year. Also in reality few, if any people show up any of these rallies nine nine people showed up nine which is a scintilla irrelevant. It kind of mayors the unite the right rally, which true last summer national gathering twenty people show up twenty even and Charlottesville when they're white supremacist Richard Spencer arrived. There were about one hundred people and about one thousand protesters, that's the most you can you can garner one hundred people in Dayton. It was nine you have more people showing up to play three fourths of golf. Then you have with the so-called Ku Klux Klan and. Dayton, Ohio today, but the media covers it the media amplify amplifies, the who Klux Klan because they use as political weapon against the president saying he's a racist is a demagogue, and he sends out dog whistles on a regular basis in reality, there are only dying remnants of these idiots who call them. Call themselves the KKK and we know how the KKK was formed. It was formed by Democrats after the civil war. The Democratic Party is the one who embraced the confederacy the Democratic Party is the one who declared war in the United States of America. The Democratic Party is the one party who formed the Ku Klux Klan who enforced, Jim crow laws in even today, whose policies, destroy African Americans and almost every major city in this country. They're fed amplified by the media, the KKK, because it fits their cause and has done in the name of slapping at the president forty five Donald J Trump hundred show up, maybe a few thousand show up at violent and teeth of protests that are applauded by Don lemon, and Chris Cuomo of CNN is, if they're not representing some left radical ideology. The media's biased push to elevate. Their standing is to use as used by them to attack the Republicans and no attack the president, and it is not some nationwide movement. It is not amplify. If it was not amplified amplified by the media. The whole thing would probably die. The Dayton mayor nice woman, democrat a news conference today in which she said the cost of this is approximately seven hundred thousand dollars. They spent an overtime seven hundred thousand dollars. What if they were simply ignored? What if nine people show up somewhere on the street corner flying the confederate flag like Democrats did for a hundred years, and they spewed forth, they're racist rhetoric and nobody paid attention to them? That's the way to handle it ignore them. And they would die. But the media when I'll let them die. The media needs to use the clan as a club against this president and against the sixty three million of who voted, especially why educated suburban females who may very well decide the next election. I'll tell you what's extreme. The media would cover it killing unborn babies before or after birth. Now that's extreme talk to the democratic governor of Virginia. That's extreme, but they don't cover that how about massive lawlessness, the southern border. Well, that's pretty extreme, but it's not covered by the mainstream media because Ellen CNN will cover is the occasional child who sadly dies on the southern border of some illness or disease, as if for federal babysitters that they'll cover that. But they won't cover the mass of lawlessness on the southern border nor the drudge report and Fox News often stories of lawless legal aliens, raping, and killing and mayhem all over the country. But that's not covered by the mainstream media. That's, that's not extreme. That's not extreme also sanctuary cities are not covered by the mainstream media, they sanctuary cities and states, some three hundred cities and about nineteen states are in rebellion against the federal government by saying, we will not enforce federal and the state of Washington in King County, the King County board of whatever not allow the airport to be used by ice. To transport illegal aliens away from there. Back to their home countries. That's in rebellion against the federal government. The states, California. Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon Washington, Rhode Island are in rebellion against the federal government saying federal law does not apply. We're not part of the United States of America anymore and California or New York or in rebellion against the federal government. I tell you what, extreme how about socialism as socialism, extreme media says. No. No. In fact, most of the Democrats freely embrace socialism. Which is the state between capitalism communism, according to Karl Marx runaway to communism and socialism is just in the middle. None of these things killing unborn babies media doesn't cover. They don't cover the mass of lawlessness, and the southern border. They don't cover the rebellion of the states in the cities under sanctuary cities and states and they don't cover the socialism and what it's done for San Francisco or Venezuela that, that is extreme. But if you can find nine derelict with the confederate flag, the media will amplify amplify their message because it fits their bias against this president and those of us who elected him the amplifer -cation of the Ku Klux Klan is what CNN now is all about. Because it fits their purposes. Let's continue so announced earlier do this. And most of my Sunday nights when I'm on Memorial Day weekend. I would ask that American soldiers sailors marines airmen, navy personnel. Coastguard those family members be the first to call seven four nine seven thousand I wanna limit tonight's calls to those are serving this country, either as a member of a military family, or in the military, or as a place officer, or firefighter their special unique indifferent different because they have volunteered to possibly give their life for you and me. One million Americans are dead, male and female, black white Brown yellow red are dead, so that we can enjoy the freedoms. We often of us that the media the unframed of the press is coming up later with Mark Levin to describe the mainstream media, destroying so large parts of this country. So mortaring tater on this Memorial Day night. The only have callers who are either in the military or family member is serving in the military or family member has been killed serving this great nation or a police officer who's put his or her life forward on regular basis, or firefighter, because those are the people that make all of our lives so much simple so much better coming up. Later, also is Kevin Jackson of the black sphere from Saint Louis. The cardinals beat up on the Braves today tonight to talk about how do we get blogs it underway. Blacks exiting the Democratic Party because of blacks have done to them storage safely. And what Democrats have done to blacks storage and what Democrats are currently doing two blocks all over areas. It's awful in which the public school systems in the urban areas stink. There's massive crime lawlessness. There's no family formation. Many, the churches have shutdown are closing, and there's no job creation. Those are the policies. The democrat party, I'm gonna talk to Kevin Jackson about Blake's it, which is blacks exiting the Democratic Party because historically of what it's done. If there was a crime this year, thus far, committed by member of the Ku Klux Klan against an African American on aware of it. If it did happen, I would assume it would be the big story in the world because the media would amplify that thing like crazy. And so what impact to nine dereliction, Indiana have waving the confederate flag, which, by the way, is the right to do so on a city block, and the city of Dayton, when the national media covers it as if that is Representative of the Republican party, and Representative of Donald, J Trump and a dog whistle and the sixty three million voted for him, and the seventy million vote for him and the next election, it's, it's Representative nothing but themselves, and dammit, they have the right to do that. And a non violent way, just like n t as the right to do the same thing and a non violent way. But of course they don't and immediate uncovering. Ca cover extreme groups equally. I'll tell you what's extreme killing unborn babies. Now that's extreme. Let's continue with your calls. And as I said, eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven tonight, Memorial Day weekend. And Sunday night. 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"ku klux klan" Discussed on WTVN
"Members of a Ku Klux Klan associated group showed up Ray rally. They planned in Dayton, Saturday as they were met by nearly six hundred peaceful counter protesters following the rally on Saturday, date, mayor NAN, Whaley said there were no it, and it shows, the Dayton can believe stand up for its neighbors, but she said that her city is still to segregated and still to unequal chapter is over. But it means we have to get back to the real work, making sure that no matter what you look like where you come from, or who you love that you can have a great life here in Dayton city manager. Shelly dickstein estimates that in preparation for Saturday's rally two hundred and fifty thousand dollars was spent on personnel costs and another four hundred grand on contract and materials. I'm Matt Reese, a woman was placed under arrest Friday and accused of drug activity near an elementary school in south Columbus. The Franklin county sheriff's office says thirty five year old Kristen Skaggs was trafficking heroin. Police. Found six grams of suspected heroin fifteen grams of math and fifty one grams of cocaine Skaggs has been charged with possession of cocaine and trafficking in heroin. And cafes more charges Akron. City officials are working to make the city, a better place for its aging residents. The city launched a campaign this week to become an AARP age friendly city, the five year process will target issues that affect quality of life for seniors including housing transportation. And public health Akron would become the ninth Ohio community and three hundred and fiftieth nationwide to join the AARP network. I'm Rob Bailey for those who are fans of cedar point traction has opened this weekend. The Sandusky theme park opened forbidden frontier Saturday, which offers guests and interactive opportunity to search for hidden treasure. There's also a giant rope playground for kids. I'm Sean Gallagher. Can you the latest trending stories at.
"ku klux klan" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I mean it broadened out to lock. I mean, her is Hillary. But for what okay. Would implement a universe UB I the universal basic income, the freedom dividend. So every American under the age of eighteen thousand dollars a month, twelve thousand dollars a year independent of their work status, or any other for that it would according to his website, it would grow the economy by twelve and a half to thirteen percent about two point. Because it would enable people to pay their bills educate themselves businesses. Businesses pay for them getting everybody getting. Away our situation, probably the pocket, I'll say because it'll be word get out get out seriously. You get out, you're rich you should be penalized. I don't think that's my favorite my favorite story in the paper today involves the governor, Virginia north them enough, nor that's him. Yeah. There was a four month investigation, a four month investigation into the photo that ran on the Ralph Northam page in his medical school yearbook in which there is a white person clearly in black face and someone else in a Ku Klux Klan robe situation. Yeah. As Gary pointed at no cost to me about it. Nineteen four had a uniform. Yeah. Okay game after a three month investigation. The people in Virginia who did this failed to determine whether or not that is Ralph Northam in either of the photos could you, you either the photos. Tony. Knows instruction job structure, which he's the guy who said, I think that's me. And this I don't think that's me, never what I said, twelve hours ago I was wrong about that. He said, I think that's me. I'm sorry. Then said, you know, I don't think that's me. I guess he appointed the people who investigated this, and they don't know if it's him. Right. Did did he them? Them independently. Visit you wasn't me. It's fairly certain four months doing, by the way, he also yesterday said he was now he was very certain it wasn't him because the guy in the black face had legs that were bigger than his legs were at the time. Mckay sued appear taller than he wearing. It's money. Yeah. He's the guy by this outcome. Just because you do this for living. Are you sort of surprised that none of the three highest elective majors in the Commonwealth Virginia on she suffering, judge? Lieutenant governor's multiple women said he sexually assaulted them, the governor and the attorney general both aknowledged sort of the bay it appeared in black face. But you know what they're doing because the election is next year. No twenty twenty one. They're trying to get Terry McAuliffe to run again. You can run again. Sure you just can't serve two. Right. Because the state Democratic Party is in cheap. But they are still all in office to is that not. She. That north on survived, or has survived until this point is astonishing, especially when you think of when that went down, and if it from the fact that it was the outrage got dispersed among the three of them if it had just been him and nothing Justin Fairfax, young African American Lieutenant governor no problem. The north would have been forced out, but then Fairfax had problems. Then Mary had problems. I mean he he north and benefited from that mazing to me. I will take a break. We'll come back with Email and jingle. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. Here. You're inside grow. Show. Sales we would incur. Now back from them. Now, your milk, toast, bad embody. Everything. Sheila euro sale..
"ku klux klan" Discussed on WJR 760
"Billy cunningham. The great American will have a couple of guys coming up on about an hour or so David Horowitz will be here. And from also Dr Gerald tomorrow frontpage MAG dot com. Boy, one thought Julie great call from New Jersey. Think about this about self loathing. How you take on the Stockholm syndrome you become taken on the attributes the desires of your captors? I could not imagine a more clear example of the failure of the Democratic Party than the city of Chicago been there a few times. I love it been a few cubs games with my friend. Sean Compton, Julie Talbert been there a couple of times love Chicago. But I'm told by the residents don't go there and don't go here. There's certain parts of town. You just don't go to sue dangerous like moving into Beirut. The last time a Republican controlled anything in Chicago was eighty five years ago. And the last election Hillary Clinton got eighty five percent of the vote. I said eighty five percent of the vote. Trump gets fifteen percent over the objections of Jesse smaller. Fifteen percent of the vote. In other words, no votes at all. Chicago is completely democratic town. So historically, if you're black African American you look at the democrat party answer the question in your mind. What was the party of the confederacy? That'd be the democrat party. Confederate confederacy declares war on the United States of America fort Sumner. Eighteen sixty one those are Democrats fighting the Republicans of ABRAHAM LINCOLN during the war. How did the confederates trait slaves in the south? Rape. The women killed them in for three or four hundred years. Slavery was imported into the south not the north. So the Democrats brought the slaves in Britain them for a couple of hundred years, then the confederacy declares Oregon's United States of America. Democrats fighting the Republicans when they lost what did the confederacy due to African-Americans? Well, it's called lynchings. It's called the Ku Klux Klan, it's called Jim crow. Those role Democrats from eighteen sixty five until nineteen thirty's nineteen forties. There were lynchings going on in the nineteen twenties. When the Ku Klux Klan marched in Washington DC and their Klan outfits in the nineteen twenties, which political party was that that'd be the democrat party, all Democrats. So the history of the association of blacks, what the Democratic Party ought to be like for button, that's one party. I'm not gonna go into then enslaved my ancestors raped. The women killed the man. Use their free labor. That's one party Ku Klux Klan, Jim crow lynchings. I'm not being democrat. So they just ignore that history completely African Americans and say, okay. I now live in the city Chicago. According to what I read African Americans think the CPI is racist, which I I don't know. But I would say probably not. But nonetheless. The south side residents of Chicago, which is ninety five percent black hate the police department. They hate the public schools all these sports of education and the assemblymen or whatever they call them. They're all Democrats. There's no job creation. Crime is rampant welfare is everywhere. Complete cultural collapse under what party, that'd be the Democrats. If I had to pick one party as an African American not to be a part of it's the party of the Ku Klux Klan, Jim crow lynchings public education hatred of the police, no job creation. It's a Democratic Party done that right? How in the hell can an African American. Be a democrat. Now, you may have some objections the Republican party do. But at least the Republican party wanted this, slave catchers. And the Republican party was not the ku-klux-klan Devon destroyed public education in the major cities or the family structure. Those are all Democrats how in the world can do with what's going on the Democratic Party support the Democrats, much less. How can African Americans? We democrats. I'm.
"ku klux klan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"President thinks that perhaps even some Republicans might join in passing some sort of legislation to block the national emergency. We'll be talking about that as well. More big names emerging from the sting investigation into sex trafficking in Jupiter, Florida already ensnared the owner of the New England Patriots who faces two counts misdemeanors. He's protesting his innocence. Meanwhile in Venezuela. The president Madero is accusing our country fabricating a crisis to start a war. He told ABC news, quote, everything that the United States government has done has been doomed to failure. They're trying to fabricate a crisis to justify political escalation and military intervention in Venezuela to bring a war to South America. And guess what he called the Trump government? Quote, the extremists Ku Klux Klan government that Donald Trump directs wants the war over oil and that just and more than just oil close quote. Now, where did he get the idea to refer to Donald Trump's government as a Ku Klux Klan government, you'd think he'd been watching little CNN limousine. Baha what do you think maybe he's gotten some Russian Russian opposition research, maybe hire some? So the whole world now deferring Donald Trump's government is a coup clamp government. Well, done Democrats. Well done. The Alabama ISIS ride is named Hoda Martha and she wants to come back to the country. She went to Syria to join ISIS in November twenty fourteen escape was captured by Kurdish forces and is currently being held in a refugee camp in northern Syria. She began publicly pleading last week to come back home says she regrets leaving and joining ISIS, but secretary state Mike Pompeo says she has no legal basis close quote on which to claim citizenship. US officials are saying she's not a citizen based on her father's position as a diplomat in the months right before. And after she was born in New Jersey in October of nineteen hundred four here's what MSNBC said the woman who joined ISIS in Syria, and is now suing the Trump administration to allow to return to the United States is speaking exclusively to NBC news for the first time since being told she can't return Hoda just vote to NBC's chief foreign correspondent, Richard Engel who's made his way into Syria as he filed this incredible report just moments ago. This is the whole refugee camp. And this is where some of the ISIS family members are being kept at this camp alone. There are more than fifteen hundred people from forty eight different countries wives and children of ISIS. Members among them. Here is American board. Hold up Mussa. Now, she wants to come back. Mike Pompeo says not going to happen Trump's it's not going to happen. This is no longer a US citizen now last night. President referred to spike Lee's. Oscar acceptance speech as quote a racist hit on your president into quote. Here's what Spike Lee said last night, the two thousand twenty presidential election is around the corner..
"ku klux klan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now with these video doorbells, you can you can see who's at your your your door and up in anthem just north of the via on video was caught two people in a certain garb. I guess you would say costumes ringing a video doorbell. Yeah. So the homeowner has picture from his ring doorbell camera and the picture shows two people one is wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood and a swastika on it on the on the Klan hood. And another is kinda looks like it's out of the movie the purge. Okay. That crazy. Sick movie. Well, Phoenix police sergeant Vince Lewis talked a little bit more about about the situation that's unfolding up there and anthem bit concerning part of this is obviously the garb is historically symbols of eight the the white hood the swastika that whether or not they wear understands the meaning and message behind that. That is very obviously meant to threaten and intimidate. You say obviously, and it appears at Phoenix police are not investigating this as a hate crime good, and they should. But I wanna make the argument that they shouldn't investigate anything as a hate crime. You can have crime crimes. Greg grabs you're fine, somebody assaulted somebody. That's a crime somebody stole from somebody. That's a crime. Why do we need hate crimes? How do you use hate crimes and how do crimes make it any better? What do you mean better out? How do they how do they how do they solve crime more? How do they how do they discourage crime more because the argument is that if the guy wearing the Klan hood with a swastika on it now ringing, the doorbell isn't a crime, can we we don't think it might be a nuisance ding Dong ditch. But if he if the person in the Klan hood had. Destroyed the front door destroyed. The ring video doorbell. Well, that's that's property crime. Why is wearing a Klan hood? Why would that make it a hate crime? I don't know if wearing a Klan hood would necessarily make it a hate crime. But but you had just said why do we have hate crimes? They're not how how how is having the distinction of a hate crime going to solve more crimes or how's it going to discourage more crimes? I don't think. Having the aggravating factor of a hate crime is about solving or discouraging it. I think it's about punishing Ed at a higher level with the punishment is subjective. Because on some level, you have to assume what was in the criminals heart in their mind, what not necessarily what is in their heart harder was in their mind. I mean there are times where it is blatantly obvious. Why a certain individuals targeted and if they're targeted because of their race if they're targeted because of their sexual orientation, if they're targeted for, you know, gender identity then that could potentially arise with the aggravating factor of being. Hate crime. But it's already a crime to attack them. And again, I I have a problem with the that you are living more punishment your, and you have to make some certain assumptions to now some of them may be obvious some of a may not. But again, if the person if you're wearing your clan hood with your Nazi swastika on it because you're in idiot and you're walking around anthem ringing doorbells. Let's take anthem out of it because anthem isn't a hate crime. If you're walking around ring doorbells, it's not a crime. But if you're wearing that thing, and you walk up, and you punch somebody who's at a hate crime because you were wearing a Nazi hood. No if you were targeting somebody because they're black how we knew they were targeting. What did they say? So what you're wearing? Or what you say is is definition of could make you could make an argument for that as well. I mean, we have rating factors for a variety of different things. Not just hate crimes in that aggravating factor levies upon it a higher punishment because of of the factors involving it. And so I mean under under that kind of argument. You know, I if you are preying on somebody who's vulnerable based upon their age, whether it is a child or the elderly you can have another aggravating factor punishment is more severe. So if someone is and we have this story what was a couple of weeks ago about people getting the phone calls a scam social security, your social security number have been hacked, or whatever the terminology that using my social security social security. Thank you very much. What do we know that in talking with people like attorney general brnovich it, you know, the elderly are targeted that is it hate crime. Chris retargeting peanuts on a hate crime. No, no. It could be an aggravating factor. There are different aspects of it. I mean, another aggravating factor because I think that that's what you're arguing here. A hate crime falls under the category of an aggravating factor. As does if you have prior convictions. So if you are a criminal a known criminal, and you commit another crime, your punishment can be more severe because. You have a history. We have these different aggravating factors. What you're arguing? We're going gonna talk about in the in the Justice Willett cases. But it appears that for me and the way I see hate crimes hate crimes are used. To go back and prove motive, and whether you're your motive to commit a crime, racial, hatred, or greed or Bure board. I don't know your victim. Who your victim is they can go back and retroactively tried to prove that that was a hate crime. Because of your victim. I find it difficult to glean the intent in someone's heart again, using this this doorbell incident. And the idea that some people think that there might be a hate crime wearing a plan hood is not a hate crime. I'm not I'm not saying I didn't say you were police did. So the idea that investigators a nuanced behavior. Symbols depicted in the video or clear historic symbols of eight at Phoenix police sergeant Vince Louis so the idea that that the wearing of a clan hood is in and of itself. Hatred. You can go back and again retroactively, everything you do while wearing your your clan hood is is a hate crime. And I have I have difficulty with that. Because I I think there's a better than better than not odds that the person wearing the Klan hood with the swastika is not a member of the clan, nor a member of the Nazi party. They're just wearing a stupid hood. And here's a little bit of more of what sergeant Vince Lewis told our KTAR news department. There's a difference between a hate crime and a and a bias incident. Clearly, the wearing of the garbage ringing the doorbell and running. It's it's it's more or less a bias incident at this point, we stopped established what the crime is if there if there is a crime, but because the symbol is being depicted there just the act of of. Concealing identity not wanting to be caught while they perform this, really. It's a nuisance behavior that is up concerns. Yeah. Bring ding ding Dong ditch or doorbell ditch whatever it's not a crime. I don't think it's a crime. I don't know if it is a lot of a center, it's annoying. Yeah. Every five minutes or something. I mean again, but, but the only reason we're talking about is because they were the Klan hood is the only reason I'm sure there are people that ring doorbells and run away all the time. But if you're not wearing a client hood, it's not a story. I wonder if we would be talking about it. If you had several people dressed up as characters from the movie purge ringing a doorbell and running away because I suppose need go. What Bhaskar they wear that would be disturbing too. I mean, I think we. We talked about the guy who who spent hours licking a doorbell. He didn't have a hood on. We saw his face. It was weird. It was disgusting. Police were looking to talk to him. But we talked about that. I think the whole idea as to whether or not this is a hate crime. And should we even have hate crimes? I mean that discussion better fits like the jussie smollet story out of Chicago than it does the Klan hood in the doorbell and anthem, but they both they both work in that world. And again, you know, the the whole idea that hate crimes in some way, shape or form are either discourage or which I don't think they do. But again, I think they're used improperly in many cases to go back and retroactively prove something. When maybe the victim was just a victim. I'm sure it's there there's sometimes that is the case. But I think there have been other instances that we've had where it's been abundantly clear why individual was targeted an thought just because they're a victim. It's because they were gay or they're black or they're Jewish. But you. And whoever attack them did whatever should be prosecuted the full extent of law. The hate part is the part I have a problem with because I could make an argument that any especially physical crime or assault or murder or rape, or whatever has an element of hate to it. So why is one more hateful than the other? Why is one that will that is a hate crime? Because that person was gay when you walk down the street and punch them. But when you punch the guy that's not gay that wasn't a hate crime. I'm not buying it should the Arizona schools, the entire public school system ban ban kids who haven't been vaccinated. There's an argument behind that. We'll tell you where the argument comes from right after Bob McClay checks in with our top stories..
"ku klux klan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"University of New Brunswick, I guess this is I don't know New Brunswick, Maine or Georgia. I'm not sure which. This is another reason how many new Brunswick's there's plenty of them. What did this guy? What is it? I don't know if it's Canada or not. That's the point doesn't say anywhere. It doesn't matter and liberals are everywhere. Citizen matter where it is. This guy's named Matthew Sears claimed that make America. Great. Again, hats will one day be looked upon similarly as a Ku Klux Klan hood. One day. I think that's happening now with these deranged liberals, isn't that what everybody saw when the sixty year old Nick Sandman showed up speaking all of one hundred fifteen pounds being attacked by the war drum pounding Nathan Phillips. They saw the make America great again hat, these people triggered I saw Klan hood, except the people wore the clan hordes were Democrats that Ku Klux Klan was Democrats the Ku Klux Klan was the military of the democrat party back in the segregation days. The Ku Klux Klan even succeeded in electing a man to the United States Senate, that'd be Robert sheets bird. He was a grand clinical in the Ku Klux Klan. So here you have the Democrats actually had a clan member in the Senate, the Ku Klux Klan was the militarized wing of the democrat party. And all of a sudden make America great again is the equivalent of the Ku Klux Klan, according to some deranged, professor at the university of New Brunswick somewhere after being asked. If he believes the make-america-great-again hat will one day be seen as the equivalent of someone in this moment discovering their relatives Nazi paraphernalia. Professor. Yeah. The outcome will be similar. I think it's similar. I think a better analogy would be like finding a Ku Klux Klan, hood or robe. Generation. So now finding a maga- hat in your grandparents closet would be like seeing your grandfather's or grandmother's face and one of those lunch counter photos harassing the black guy. This guy is teaching young kids. He's sick. He's deranged and poisoned with hate any teaching young people. To believe this garbage. You know, what is objective is his objective is to eliminate western civilizations. I am part of a public debate. And fight. Over keeping her getting rid of traditional ideas of western civilization and arguments and beliefs such as the west is best. And he's on the side of getting rid of western civilization. Western civilization is the library of freedom and prosperity. Unlike the world has ever known and these totalitarian lame-brains come along. With their utopian ideals and want to destroy it. Wipe it out Maxine Waters is next. This from January twenty ninth on a website called the Grio. They posted video Maxine Waters talking about reports that small let was attacked by two people in Chicago. And this what Maxine anti Maxine had to say, no Jesse. I love in. We have to understand this is happening. Why all of a sudden people unable to study well able to Mohan why black unable to have a picnic why black and being attacked? It's coming from the president of the United States every day. Separating and dividing. Is basically emboldening those folks Trump's fault. See it's Trump's fault. And in a way Smolin was driven to insanity by hatred for Trump. So Trump's make it people do this would honestly he would try to get a raise a totally different way of Trump word here. So it's it's yet again classic. It's Donald Trump's fault. I know Jesse. By the way, folks. This is black history month. How's that working for them? This year. Black history month is not actually set and things. Or maybe it is not going. Well, America's most listened to talk radio host. I'd being. Washington. Washington comes to talk..
"ku klux klan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I like. You find a few more guys like this one? He almost moonwalked. His wife's Optum, darling, darling. It would be inappropriate I want to see somebody trying imitate Michael Jackson. In the moonwalk. This would not have been a good senior. His wife saved him Northam continues to maintain that. He will not resign his position since the release of a picture from his medical school yearbook more than thirty years ago, which showed a person in black face and another dressed as a member of the Ku Klux Klan, the Hillsborough county sheriff's office says crime dropped more than eleven percent in two thousand eighteen sheriff crat Chad chronic says, there were fourteen hundred fewer crimes and there were the year before meantime, chronicler says deputies will continue their pedestrian safety campaign this morning. He says Tampa is known to be among the most unsafe cities for pedestrians and cyclists rankings and ranked number one for so many great reasons, but this is one ranking we don't like, and it's the fact that we rank is one of the top ten most dangerous metro areas for embassy. And bicyclist deputies will be at north twenty second street and Fletcher avenue this morning to talk with pedestrians about staying safe four months after hurricane Michael Panama City, still has the highest gas prices in the state now a two dollars thirty four cents a gallon AAA as Mark Jenkins says at least those gas prices now are finally coming down. You know, the good thing though, is that looking at bay county where Panama City is the average price is two dollars and thirty four cents. That's a very well below what they were looking at back in October. When the price was around two eighty.
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"Program ramp. Now them of Virginia says the he ain't no way. Quit. No way. Go resign. Embattled Virginia governor said he is not resigning because Virginia need Dr. This was during a Sutter Sunday interview on CBS slave the nation. Governor now them has been facing pressure to quit since a photograph is someone in black face and someone Ku Klux Klan hood was found on his medical screw yearbook. Not one mention of the fact that Ralph Naw them as a doctor as a pediatrician. Founded perfectly fine to make a new newborn comfortable before killing it. That's not even a factor in this guy's future. That's not even relevant. No. It's all about some old photo in black face. You know, I I can actually see the Republicans. Well. Let me get to that in some chronology here. Gayle king was the the the BFF of the Oprah was doing the questioning here. Why do you think you still deserve this job? When so many people are calling for you to step down. And governor say well, again, we we've worked very hard. We had a good first year. I'm a leader. I've been very difficult situations. Life and death situations taking care of sick kids. The correct question would be did the kids survive. But she didn't say that. She said, oh because your doctor. Right now Virginia needs someone that can heal. And no better person to do that. Dan, a doctor. Okay. So here's governor nor them with with Gayle king. We actually have three soundbites here. She says, I know there's been a very difficult week for you so bad we have CBS a really emphathize. Do we know? It's so bad. We've been trying to help by throwing that abortion stuff off the page. But. Where would you like to begin in our interview here? That's that's built to basically help you rehab yourself. If you look at Virginia's history, we're now at the four hundred year anniversary just ninety miles from.
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"Browne Marshall from John Jay and Dominique John Louis curatorial project story in at the New Yorker Stoorikhel society, where by the way, her exhibit the exhibit that she worked on his still up into March called black citizenship in the age of Jim crow, and does that kind of lead Dominique into that sort of the prehistory of what then became the great migration. Absolutely. So our exhibition begins at the end of the civil war and really takes us through both the history of reconstruction. When rights are expanded for the African American community in terms of voting rights for African American men in terms of the idea of birthright citizenship in the fourteenth amendment. And then takes us through. The the rise of the Jim crow era. So when those rights begin to be rolled back, and so much of that is the pretext to other great migration, the rise in violence as your callers mentioned their experiences with the Ku Klux Klan that really that violence is part of that story at the end of reconstruction. This violence comes back and then economically as well. At the end of slavery comes the rise of share cropping, and this inability for black workers to find work outside of poorly compensated, agricultural work. It's actually the case that most people who came to the north odd during the great migration came from southern cities and not just from the farms in part because that lifestyle just became so untenable in that period before the great migration that they were moving to cities like Charleston like Atlanta. And then from there what here these amazing stories of opportunity in the north and chose to continue that journey up north. Let's hear a story from Niles in Atlanta. Hey from. New York NAS. Thanks so much for calling us. Hi, brian. How are you? Love the show. Thank you so much. Thank you. All right. So my grandparents they act from South America in the seventies. And I wanna say this. That's a very important story. There has not been told. There are a lot of blocks. Really come down from come on. And they're not told as much and I wanna say that. Not only prejudice. My aunts and uncles who were at the time. Definitely. Three. Not only from the whites black meteors as well. Nickel and things like that. They feel with slurred and also comes like press off the boats nieces coming over here. Coming up through South America. Stay informed. The cold all. Also every night. So I think that's very important. And what what year was that in your family's case, my grandparents. My father started concentrated on both in nineteen seventy three. My mother's side camping, Diana my daughter's dot cancer turnabout Niles, thank you so much, and I'll mention that next week part three of this series. With would also include dial story because we're going to talk specifically about black migrations from Africa and the Caribbean as part of the big wave of immigrants that's really still coming to this country as a result of the nineteen sixty five immigration reform that so that's kind of you know, it overlaps for those maybe last five years of what we consider the great migration from the American South. But professional bland Marshall. You're you're referencing before that Caribbean Caribbean. Merican were were part of that great migration period too. Right. Yes, they were in the early nineteen hundreds and you start to see them and colleagues calling Colleen and many others who were coming through. But there were also organizations that were poor and was mentioned by the the the sense of the black women's clubs ever created. So we have the end WCTC created out of New York City and the urban league in urban league played a major role in this whole great migration because they were the place that one though coming from the south from other places to find work anybody have listings of jobs in urban league. That's how the urban league actually began was because they wanted to be a place where you can have employment where people can transition from the towns and cities they've come from in the south to the north. And so you have the urban league. And also the alpha Kappa alpha sorority, for example, started in nineteen o h and other sororities alpha Kappa alpha, which I'm a member. And and that's the first black Africa. An American sorority. So you had all of these major women's organizations and social Justice organizations and organizations also there that will courageously fighting on behalf of these new found ever coming into the city. So there wasn't just the sense that people were victims what they were also fighting back against or pressure during this time as well, Leonard. In Teaneck you're on WNYC. Hi, leonard. Good morning. Plus you to join your some momentous program. I'm good I got on honored that you're on tell us you. You have a story about your father. Well, story about the father and the mother and that includes the migration in the mid west out of Georgia to Akron, Ohio. That's my father's family story. And my mother's family story is coming up into Virginia. And so both of them include the different aspects of the migration and also my father story ties in with C. World War One and the. The nation movie, which was the opinion of the black face situation. In other words, the nineteen fifteen the clansman book was transformed into this enormous still the nation which helped to spur racism against the African population. And so my grandfather was murdered and Nike seventeen by the clan. And by nineteen eighteen they attempted to stay down south. But then the Boll weevil wiped out the cotton crop for three years nineteen sixteen seventeen eighteen so one of our family members went up to Akron, Ohio. And then he got involved in the automobile industry that rubber industry, and he said come on up out of the south, and you can make great money in the north. And so my father Stanley, I migrated from Georgia. Into Akron, Ohio, and they were able to make away for themselves. They were landowners down south they would institution builders down south, they built churches schools. So when they got up Newark's, they got their jobs. They got their homes, they maintain and sustain their churches and their institutions. So it's a fantastic story. It's a tragic one in that we we lost the grandfather the family was so resilient that they were able to restore themselves and make their way and the north. Did you say can I ask you said your grandfather was murdered by the clan by grandfather? Jesse Jeffries was clan in nineteen seventeen. Not because he was working at a white woman or he was arrogant. He was a leader of the community styling. I did work without Haley for five years, and I was down south, and I went to his grave, and then I discovered to my surprise that the tallest tombstone in the graveyard was Jesse Jefferies born he was born in nineteen fourteen. My father was born in nineteen fourteen. My father was the last thirteen children. He was born at the same. You w beater boys in nineteen sixty eight in Georgia. And so he was born at the very first claim in the eighteen sixties. And then he died at the hands of the rebirth of the clan in nineteen seventeen the first of the nation movie, which was from the book, the clansman, and so how weather with that devastation. He had thirteen children those children, my father was away. And they were able to survive they were able to. To try and many of them on the. As we speak talking about the bronner's here people in Atlanta, and you're talking about other members of the family. One more thing. Forgive me, I'm jumping in because of time. But it's so rare that we hear an individual story of somebody who is murdered by the clan and somebody who either remembers it or, you know, remembers being told about it. What came down to you? In terms of how the Justice system responded to the murder if at all. Well, what came down to me was that black folks had to take their own circumstances and deal with it. They weren't looking for the largest society to to deal with it. They were able to move out of the south and take the skills that they had in the south. They were landowners, they built their own homes. They go to churches to the school house that they built in Georgia's still on the hill. It's over a hundred and something years built by family. So they took that ingenuity out of the south and planted in the north, and they were waiting for a helping hand they had been building. My grandfather tombstones the tallest tombstone integrate yard. They're avoiding nineteen in eighteen sixty eight die with the hands. The hands of the clan. In nineteen seventeen. Tombstone is a tech is a symbol of rebirth. Resurrection, the largest tombstone is the graveyard and. In the shadow of that tombstone is the school on the hill that they built generations went out in that school and went on to college and achieve. They were not looking for Justice state were resilient. They could put their what they needed Bill land houses the industry in place. So I'm gonna end Leonard I'm going to have to leave it there. But thank you so much, Dr Leonard Jeffries on both sides of the family has an enormous story of migration. My mother's family migrated outta ginger. They were inspired by Booker T Washington as well as WBZ the voice, and they came up from the south as Garvey I'ts. Thank you so much for your call. We're honored so honored by contribution. Thank you very much. We're just about out of time for today. Professor Brown Marshall. Anything in response to that last story if you like so so dramatic, but also how did the why did the era of the so-called great migration? End in nineteen. Seventy was the things that things after the civil rights movement made life more okay in the south. Or what why do we say that you ended in nineteen seventy? I won't say it ended. I said it. There was still great movement around. I know my relatives moved out from Kansas, Colorado and out to California. They said others lived in Washington. People went to live with relatives that were already established in Chicago and other places so the, but it did not stop would. I think it was because of the nineteen sixty four Civil Rights Act in nineteen sixty five Voting Rights Act, the house next federal legislation finally protected the rights of African Americans where we found the question was what about Justice there, the Justice system failed African Americans for centuries, and it continued to failed African Americans. But that's another story, but back then there was no one who was arrested the sheriff, the the the court system. Prosecutors these people did not go after he's murderers. They get pictures of the hanging bodies ever all the evidence necessary there, you have a conviction. But no one did anything about it. So there was no Justice suggested. Pointed out by the listener what the pick up and leave and take your ingenuity. Elsewhere. Dominika last thought on that same question. Absolutely. I think that one of the things that gets kind of pulled out of this story is how much these encounters of people from different places changes the fabric of the city on. I was just looking at an oral history by migration. Great migration. Painter Jacob Lawrence talks about just the smells of Harlem in the time period. A lot of migrants to Harlem came from Virginia and South Carolina. So they brought their food traditions or musical traditions. He talks about street corner performers using wash boards. And so when we think about the great migration, it's about these issues of politics reasons, why people leave but also recognizing what a debt we owe those migrants for for giving us the culture of these northern cities. We wouldn't have the Harlem renaissance. We wouldn't have the culture we have coming out of Chicago. So part of what our exhibit tries to do is to explain how the culture of New York's black communities really owes a debt to the great migration. And that concludes part two of a four part black hist. Three months series on black migrations. We we we thank Dominic. Sean Louis from the New York. Historical society has exhibit is up through much also on February twenty fifth. She's going to be doing a talk which kind of relates our previous segment on black face to this one menstrual see from Jim crow to digital black face. That'll be at the New York..
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"The head of the Democrats and the United States Senate was a member previous member of the Ku Klux Klan, Robert KKK bird. The Democrats picked him to be there. Senate leader at the same time north him appeared not in a Ku Klux Klan outfit, which the last three days. No one's come up with any facts indicate one of those two guys is him. Because north is about six foot three. And those guys are about six foot five foot ten clearly it's not him in the photo. So then why should he step down because imitated Michael Jackson moonwalking in nineteen Eighty-four? You kidding me? And if that is so bad. What one of the Democrats go after the Democrats who selected a member of the Ku Klux Klan and actual member of the clan. An actual member of the clan late in the United States Senate, Robert K, K K K bird. Did you see the stupidity of this despite his protestations? That's not me practically every big time democrat has called for his resignation. Even though he says, he's not guilty. First of all, I would have picked a less speed to be the governor and not north them in the first place. But is it worse to be a member of the clan as bird was or is it bad? Not to be in a photo wearing a Klan outfit because that's what north and says, that's not me. If one is bad how much worse than being actual member of the Ku Klux Klan, which Democrats or the founders of the clan. The Democrats were the clan. The Democrats marched in Washington in the nineteen thirties in Klan outfits, the democratic member of the clan. Robert Byrd was picked by the Democrats to run the Senate at the same time that Ralph Northam was only a medical student twenty five years old Robert KKK bird was in his sixties. How's it possible? The media doesn't make that connection to the democrat party. And has anyone made a study to save for a black folk the worst place for you to live is in a black congressional district by every objective measurement? If you had the money, would you send your kids as Chicago public schools? My producer dangling says yes, I would do that. I don't think anybody else would. I know how lousy the Cincinnati public schools are. I assume the New York public schools are terrible. But they're all Democrats. No one does that work the highest crime areas in our country controlled by Democrats, the highest taxes are controlled by Democrats. So does the media make any of these connections to the failure of so many poor Americans or the democratic pilot? Absolutely not because the media is a megaphone of the democrat party. We're not going to criticize one of our own. So when governor Rick Scott, well, I thought did a great job this morning with meet the press. He went on and talked about the fact that the Senate is completely dysfunctional. He says the senators would rather make political points and solve the nation's problems. He said there's too much hatred on Capitol Hill toward the president, quote is so is so much hatred up there right now people are not working together. We got. To stop. And let's act in the interest of the American public. What a novel suggestion. Said he wants a big deal. That includes the deamer the dreamers and TPS and all the rest make sense, right? Scott went there with the best of intentions. He's a good, man. I've had him on a few times did a good job as the governor of my second. Adopt. The state of Florida wonderful. So he's caught into the swamp. It's impossible for me to conclude that at any point in the next week or two that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. We'll put on the president's desk a Bill that he can sign and be ready to stand behind him in the rose garden and tell the American people Democrats and Republicans have worked together to solve the immigration problem that will never ever happen impossible and the media will pull that out here. It will not happen. What they want is for the president to use an executive order declaring a national emergency. They've already got the federal judge picked out in San Francisco doing join it, and it will take one to two years to get up to the Supremes by then the election will be ongoing. They're gonna think they're gonna elect the democratic president. He will then resend the executive order legal immigrants keep flooding over the border with rubella and aids and polio and hepatitis and tuberculosis and malaria, syphilis and gonorrhea pirate diary and a bunch of others. That's what's happening in the sanctuary cities. A headline in Los Angeles Times. Today LA is dealing with the deadly flea-born. Typhus outbreak typhus comes from fleas that IQ pie the backs of mice and rats the size of cats and Los Angeles half the homeless population. And Los Angeles are illegal aliens who were not screened at all for these diseases. They're bringing these into the country getting American sick and killing Americans in that a big story. How many stories have you seen like that on CNN? The answer is zero doesn't fit all the news that fits they print that doesn't fit. How many national stories have been on governor north? I'm talking about killing babies after birth factor matter is there was a quick thirty second story on CBS. And that's it because the national media are pro-abortionist. They think abortion is a sacrament got no problem with it. You don't see those stories. Let's continue with your calls thousands on hold and about thirty five minutes or so Dennis Miller will be here. One.
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"Columbus is NewsRadio six ten WTVN. And according to media accounts, governor Northam Headey staff meeting tonight at eight o'clock has been a reporting past three or four hours to what happened staff meeting. He says, quote, I'm not the person in the photo that caused a stir quote, that's not me. And that photo that didn't stop Democrats say at any difference. You've been charged with racism that is ten amount to conviction. You have to leave even though you weren't racist. You still have to leave in nineteen Eighty-four. The head of the Democrats and the United States Senate was a member previous member of the Ku Klux Klan, Robert KKK bird. The Democrats picked him to be there. Senate leader at the same time north him appeared not a coup Klux Klan outfit, which the last three days. No one's come up with any facts indicate one of those two guys is him. Because north is about six foot three. Those guys are about six foot and five foot. Ten clearly it's not him in the photo. So then why should he step down because the imitated Michael Jackson moonwalking in nineteen Eighty-four? Are you kidding me? And if that is so bad. What at one of the Democrats, the Democrats who selected a member of the Ku Klux Klan in actual member of the clan and actual member of the clan late in the United States Senate, Robert K, K K K bird. Did you see the stupidity of this despite his protestations? That's not me practically every big time democrat has called for his resignation even though he says, he's not guilty. First of all, I would have picked less be to be the governor and not north in the first place. But is it worse to be a member of the clan as bird was or is it bad? Not to be in a photo wearing Klan outfit because that's what north says. That's not me. If one is bad how much worse being actual member of the Ku Klux Klan, which Democrats or the founders of the clan. The Democrats were the clan. The Democrats marched in Washington in the nineteen thirties in Klan outfits, the democratic member of the clan. Robert Byrd was picked by the Democrats to run the Senate at the same time that Ralph Northam was only a medical student twenty five years old Robert KKK bird was in his sixties. How's it possible? The media doesn't make that connection to the democrat party. And is anyone made a study to save for black folk the worst place for you to live is in a black congressional district by every objective measurement? If you had the money, would you send your kids Chicago public schools? My producer dangling says yes, I would do that. I don't think anybody else would. I know how lousy the Cincinnati public schools are is soon the New York public schools are terrible. But they're all Democrats. No one does that work the highest crime areas in our country controlled by Democrats, the highest taxes are controlled by Democrats. So does the media make any of these connections to the failure of so many poor Americans or the democratic politics? Absolutely not because the media is a megaphone of the democrat party. We're not going to criticize one of our own. So when governor Rick Scott, well, I thought great job this morning with meet the press. He went on and talked about the fact that the Senate is completely dysfunctional. He says the senators would rather make political points and solve the nation's problems. He said it's too much hatred on Capitol Hill toward the president quote. There's so much hatred up there right now people are not working together. We got to stay. Stop. And let's act in the interests of the American public. What a novel suggestion said he wants a big deal. That includes the deamer the dreamers and TPS and all the rest make sense, right? Scott went there with the best of intentions. He's a good, man. I've had him on a few times. Did a good job is the governor of my second. Adopt. The state of Florida wonderful. So he's caught into the swamp. It's impossible for me to conclude that at any point and the next week or two that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. We'll put on the president's desk a Bill that he can sign and be ready to stand behind him in the rose garden and tell the American people Democrats and Republicans have worked together to solve the immigration problem that will never ever happen impossible, and the media will pull that out to you. It will not happen. What they want is for the president to use an executive order declaring a national emergency. They've already got the federal judge picked out in San Francisco doing join it. And we'll take one to two years get up to the Supremes by then the election will be ongoing. They're gonna think they're going to like the democratic president. He will then resend the executive order legal immigrants keep flooding over the border with rubella and age and polio and hepatitis and tuberculosis and malaria, syphilis gonorrhea pirate diarrhea and a bunch of others. That's what's happening in the sanctuary cities. A headline in Los Angeles Times. Today LA is dealing with the deadly flea-born. Typhus outbreak typhus comes from fleas that q the backs of mice and rats the size of cats and Los Angeles half the homeless population in Los Angeles are illegal aliens who were not screened at all these diseases. They're bringing these into the country getting American sick and killing Americans in that a big story. How many stories have you seen that on CNN? The answer is zero doesn't fit all the news that fits they print that doesn't fit. How many national stories have been on governor north talking about killing babies after birth factor matter is there was a quick thirty second story on CBS? And that's it because the national media are pro-abortionist that they think abortion is a sacrament got no problem with it. You don't see those stories..
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"From ABC news. I'm Todd ant photos from a nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook page of surfaced a photo on the page shows. Two men wearing black face in a Ku Klux Klan costume, the photos belong to Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam and calls for his resignation are loud and clear and a recorded message posted online the democratic governor attempts to control the damage. I have spent the past year as your governor fighting for Virginia that works better for all people. I'm committed to continuing that fight to the remainder of my term and living up to the expectations. You set for me when you elected me to serve. Some Democrats are backing Republican state leaders calling for the governor to resign. President Trump is ready to deliver his state of the union speech has topic. To is called quote choosing greatness. Why does officials say Trump is not expected to dwell on the government shutdown or on the looming? February fifteen deadline for a budget deal with a wide spread measles outbreak in the Pacific northwest, the US surgeon general. Jerome Adams Friday, posted an online video warning parents to make sure their children are vaccinated despite vaccination laws, some states allow exceptions and unvaccinated children are the reason for the latest measles outbreak in Washington state. The best protection against measles, if getting vaccinated surgeon general Drome Adams, urging parents to vaccinate children insisting the measles. Shots are the safest and most effective vaccines. They have Andy Field ABC news, Washington. A deadly cold snap in the midwest and northeast could produce new problems. Forecasters now expect a rapid thaw and.
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"School yearbook page the photo shows a person in black face and another in full Ku Klux Klan robes the democratic governor admitted today that he is one of the people in the photo. And that the behavior was not in keeping with his values until work to heal the damage he's caused we'll talk to Andy Field about that. In just a moment and democratic Senator from New Jersey Cory Booker today announcing his intention to run for the White House. President Trump held a meeting on human trafficking on the southern border this morning before sitting down with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, this comes after Pompeo's announcement that the US would withdraw from a historic Cold War era, nuclear arms control treaty because of ongoing violations. Russia's violation puts millions of Europeans and Americans at greater risk. It aims to put the United States at a military disa-. Advantage ABC's. Andy Field has more on this and other stories is he joins us on the KOMO Newsline. Andy, do we know what some of the specific violations are according to the US. Well, one is that they have deployed missiles in and around Europe, or at least on the borders of some European Union countries that violate the the intermediate range of missiles that are allowed in in the street here even NATO agrees with the president saying they've done it. Although Russia as yet to live they done these things. It doesn't pose an extraordinary sorts of United States, but it does violate the treaty. And that's why the president is doing this. But the bigger issue here is that the president. Before him. Barack Obama has tried to get the compliance. But didn't. We blow up the treaty. I think the reason that the president. It was case wants to do that is that China has very similar missiles, and they're not involved in this treaty. And he wants to see this thing laps, and then just build a whole new treaty that we involved the US China and Russia, let's switch gears, and he's so much more detail about today, also Virginia governor Ralph north omitting. He's one of the guys who appears in this racist costume in a photo in his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. And basically there's a person in KKK rogue another in a black face. And he doesn't say which one is. But says he's one of them. Now, we're hearing for calls for him to resign already. You just happened beforehand that I think it was the secretary of state and Florida not too long ago apparently two thousand five was dressed in black face in the Hurricane Katrina victim, it it took less than a day before he resigned here. And it's hard to see how this doesn't happen here in Virginia. Especially Gillespie the Republican candidate who ran against him for governor is opposition party could have easily found just dug into a Roth northern old yearbooks because it was right there in the yearbook picture of him with other pictures of him during his medical school years and nineteen Eighty-four. It's really studying looks day and age that someone who's a public servant a doctor someone who served in the military. Head done this at some point. And no one had discovered this here. He says, quote the behaviors on keeping with.
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"Across most of America. And then my podcast and the podcast today. With an expert on the subject is an EMP blast could wipe out ninety percent of the population. I really recommend that you tell your friends about it because they well that's nonsense. It's just alarmism. I don't have to pay any attention to that. I'm interested in health care for all I want healthcare for all night. I don't care about an EMP blast. We don't that's more military industrial complex stuff. The bartender told me what to think Elizabeth Warren, no stuff, she invented her ethnic background. So she's inventing a political future. I don't care about an people. I asked the threat of a slam. Oh fascism. That's all right wing stuff. The real threat is white supremacism Ku Klux Klan racism, ripping down statues. That's my job. We have no threats from without bought. That's all made up. Why the real threats from within from them white people? And even though I'm a white person. I'm threatened by myself, which is why I take medication. I'm so threatened by myself that I'm a schizophrenic paranoid. A paranoid schizophrenic, and I take medication. That's why I hate myself. And you you've got to join me in Haiti myself, I want health care for everyone in the world. And I want those borders gone. I want them a race that want them gone because those people south of the border a better than we are. We don't deserve to be here. It's their land. Anyway. And I want them to have it back at least if it's from your backyard, not mine. I don't mean I'm actually gonna give them my land in my car or my house and my money, but we're going to give them your house in money because that's the way the kulaks are liquidated as a class. Well, that's it for this hour. If you didn't like this show, your brain dead. But there's another hour across most of America that a podcast EMP blast could wipe out ninety percent of the population. Thanks for listening to the.