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Accidentally Trashed, Thawed or Expired: Reports of Covid Vaccine Spoilage
"Of covert vaccinations picks up, So do the reports of doses going to waste and it's more than just a handful here and there. We're talking 300 doses in Lee County, North Carolina. 1000 doses in Palm Beach and in Tennessee. Nearly 5000 doses have gone to waste. In the last month, Blake farmer of member station to be PLN in Nashville looked into it. Most clinics or experience to giving vaccines but not ones that are so precious and so sensitive to temperature that definitely have been losing since Sleepover. This pressure, Beth Ann Wilmore manages the covert vaccine inventory at a community health center in Franklin, Tennessee. Nonprofit clinics in the state started receiving shipments a month ago. I was definitely waking up in the mill a knife. Wondering how the temperatures were doing and they get okay. I hope it's good. She knows the horror stories one from a county over happened Just a week ago, The local school district received 1000 doses for a teacher vaccination event, but they were put in an unapproved freezer. The temperature sensor on this shipment gave an error code and out of caution. They were advised to throw them all away. It hurts my heart. Dr. Lisa Pearcey is the health commissioner in Tennessee, which has seen one of the country's biggest spikes in reported spoilage. But it's one of the risks in having so many places to get the vaccine as a way to increase access. There are now more than 700 sites across the state. It definitely raises the level of Concern when you have more partners, particularly partners that aren't under your direct control. In Knoxville, 1000 doses were thrown out, apparently confused for a shipment of dry ice in Memphis. The county was slow to disclose that nearly 2500 doses were allowed to expire on several occasions. Local health director resigned, the state has stepped up audits and cold in staff from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to monitor. There's so many opportunities for doses to go Bad in Florida workers turned the power off to a fridge in Connecticut. A fridge door just didn't close and Dr Kelly more of the immunization action coalition says a little spoilage is expected. Would be more worried if I saw reports of zero doses. Wasted transparency is the real concern. You want to see some waste because that means people are paying attention and that real world accidents happen and that they're being responded to properly. You could just don't want to see negligence. Reports of spoiled doses still come too far less than 1% of the total, even in states with big losses. There is hope that mishaps will be easier to avoid. With the newly authorized Johnson and Johnson vaccine. It can last in a normal refrigerator for months
Dallas County Ends Deadliest Week To COVID-19 With Nearly 2400 All Time Deaths
"Texas is approaching 2.2 Million Corona virus cases. Latest numbers show more than 10,000 new cases. 401 deaths Dallas County listed 42 additional deaths Friday, elevating the county death, told almost 2400 terror county also had close to 2400 fatalities will count Lee County list 618 and Denton County has lost 344 residents. The mortality rate of the coronavirus in North Texas sits at 1%, with Denton County, listing a 0.6% death rate. More than 38,000. Texans have lost their lives during the
Atlanta - Here’s where Georgia counties stand on their hand recount of the presidential election
"State's water to the election and hand recount of the ballots reveals a blunder and for the county Floyd County. This as secretary of state is defending the recount of the voting machines company. Best piece Michelle right begins. Our live team coverage is one of the elections officials is being asked. Step down. That's right, Scott in a race, with so many eyes watching, this is not the mistake you wanna make. During the recount. In Floyd County officials find that 2600 ballots were not included in the county's tally from Elections Day. It looks like it was an early vote. Have an early about box. Essentially, it did not get uploaded into their election night recording system, so someone wasn't doing their job. Not a machine error explains Voting implementations manager gave Sterling, The secretary of state tells Atlanta's evening news that Floyd is the on Lee County who's run into this kind of discrepancy. Pretty area stay bread rations, Berger says. So far, the hand tallying of votes is proving the results of the election to be accurate. I'm counting here. Was not a single vote difference. As for registering for the January 5th run off, the will be scrutinizing everyone. We're gonna make sure that they're actually moved here because they have a job. This is their permanent home. They don't think that they're going to come in here, you know, stay at some extended stay Hotel, R K o a campground and scam the system Rapids. Berger's office has asked Robert Brady, the elections director employed county to resign Because of this plunder, Brady has not been able to respond to the mistakes and season coronavirus Quarantine. According live with Sandra Perish, Michelle, right, 95.5
Man charged with setting fire to Planned Parenthood center
"Of setting fire to an abortion clinic. 20 year old Everett Little of Fort Myers is accused of arson, criminal mischief and using an incendiary device. Investigators say surveillance video shows him early in a Molotov cocktail at a Planned Parenthood clinic. There were no injuries, and it's unclear how much damage was actually done to the building. The Lee County Sheriff's office has not released a suspected motive. But Planned Parenthood has been the target of some pro life activists in the past. Tom Graham Fox News The Senate Judiciary
Murder suspect fatally shot by police after opening fire on officers in Beach Park, Chicago
"Task force is investigating a deadly police involved shooting in beach park the far north suburbs detective heather cognac says they're gathering evidence Lake County major crimes task force does not make a ruling on the justification of the shooting that information will be turned over to the Lake County state's attorney's office and once they receive all the records and the compiled evidence that they will review that and then make a determination as to justification of Lee County sheriff's spokesman says a murder suspects started shooting at officers when they tried to take him into custody and that he was killed by return fire an autopsy is scheduled for the morning
United States Coronavirus Death Toll Now 17
"The death toll in the U. S. from the new coronavirus has risen to seventeen NPR's Jim Newman reports to Florida residents who tested positive have died the Florida department of health says both individuals were in their seventies and died following international trips although Florida officials have not said where they had traveled or if they had traveled together one patient was isolated in Lee County and the other in Santa Rosa county these are the first deaths attributed to the virus on the east coast the other deaths took place in California and Washington state Florida authorities say at least seven people in the state have tested positive for the virus including two new cases confirmed yesterday in Broward county those two patients are now in
Miami: 2 deaths related to coronavirus confirmed in Florida
"Health officials in the state report there are now two deaths in Florida from corona viruses including a Santa Rosa man governor dissenters had just announced Thursday the other coded nineteen related deaths was a patient in Lee County that case had not yet been announced the department of health also reports to elderly patients have been confirmed in Broward county a sixty five year old male and a seventy five year old
Los Angeles: Police Search For Person Who Stole Hearse With Woman’s Body In Back From Church Near Pasadena
"And out west a frantic search is underway near Los Angeles after hers was stolen with a body still inside the Lee County sheriff's department says someone drove off with the S. U. V. Wednesday night after was left your church in Pasadena with the keys in the ignition you know hearses are not very practical automobiles they're generally geared very low they they drive slow they're they're not the I. fuel efficient by any stretch of imagination what do I know this I by some time ago I had an interest in buying purses so don't don't don't don't let's just
Harvey Weinstein charged in Los Angeles with sexual assault of two women in 2013
"With this great movie mogul Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial getting started here in New York City Los Angeles prosecutors are bringing a case fallen media mogul Harvey Weinstein being charged with rape and sexual assault here in LA says a Lee County district attorney Jackie Lacey we believe the evidence will show that the defendant used his power and influence to gain access to his victims and then committed violent crimes against them wants to make use of assaulting two women at a hotel in two thousand thirteen if convicted he faces twenty years in prison and other cases against one stain are still under investigation so we could face more charges Jason maidens an ABC news news
Tornadoes Touch Down in Louisiana, Mississippi
"Severe weather in the Deep South multiple tornadoes tear through Mississippi and Louisiana at least three deaths are confirmed John Laurence reports a tornado tears through Columbia Mississippi striking fear an eye witnesses in the summer school this is like this one the National Weather Service confirms eighteen twisters tore through the state Monday in the morning went off the most speakers it was there I was in the middle of it I couldn't control the steering I try to slow down a lot of very the thing was gray in Lee County officials say about sixty homes in a church for left in tatters well most of the tornadoes were seen in Mississippi some also struck Alabama and Louisiana authorities in Vernon parish Louisiana confirm at least one storm related fatality the fifty nine year old woman was killed when her mobile home was destroyed by a tornado Scott nor with the coroner Lawrence county Alabama says although at least two deaths are already confirmed in his state things could have been much worse no one does that matter what are we all go together
Gila County Sheriff's responding to reports of a body found north of Roosevelt Lake
"The body's been found north of Roosevelt lake where rescuers were searching for missing six year old will Rawlings his family car was swept away in flood waters he Lee County sheriff's officials tell our partners at ABC fifteen they're unsure of the body is well a crews have been looking for the little girl in the Tonto basin since the day after
Ammonia leak in Chicago suburb sends 37 people to hospitals
"At least thirty seven people were hospitalized, including three law enforcement officers in an ammonia leak from a tractor hauling containers through a Chicago suburb. We get details. From a listener feeds of member station WBZ and Chicago officials and beach park, Illinois, say the spill happened early this morning when an hydrogen ammonia leaked from containers being pulled by a tractor, the toxic chemical can be fatal. If inhaled Lee county sheriff's spokesman Christopher valley says all the victims so far are in good or serious, but stable
Alabama community comes together for 'Night of Hope'
"The Alabama town of Beaux regard holding a vigil last night to remember the Twenty-three people killed by coordinators there a week ago this past Sunday one community leader, promising we're going to be stronger than we've ever been before you're going to have better houses, you're gonna have better land. You're going to have better property and we're going to have better memories. That is hundreds gathered at the local high school in Lee county for what was called a night of hope
"lee county" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"The tornado wiped out in entire neighborhood, destroying or damaging two hundred homes and Lee county alone five days after the tornado residents are still picking through the debris struggling to salvage anything. Jennifer, Vernon's home was destroyed and she's still coping with that has been so busy this that. Yeah. We really haven't sat down and even. Vernon appreciated the president's visit. But says what she really wants is to hear from her insurance adjuster. Russell Lewis NPR news Beauregard, Alabama. The latest unemployment report was released today. The Labor Department says US employers adages twenty thousand jobs last month, the smallest monthly gain in nearly a year and a half stocks closed lower today on Wall Street, the Dow was down twenty two points. The NASDAQ fell thirteen the SNP down five this is NPR news. And this is ninety point three k as e you good afternoon, America Mahoney, and I'm in the studio with rod K, burn. And right now, we are asking you to make an affordable donation to help ensure this great journalism service is here for you. When you need it. If you've been thinking about donating now is a great time to do that. Because we're going to enter into a match a generous group of KFC, you members came together before the pledge drive to create a matching fund. So when you give now before four PM that gives you about half an hour. Your contribution will be matched by this fund dollar for dollar up to five hundred dollars. So some of you might actually have been waiting for this moment. Thank you Erica for making that announcement. And so this is the perfect time. So you can actually double that amount. So we were talking a little earlier about the fact that five dollars a month is it all mounts up too. So if you contemplating any amount, then this is the perfect time to get. Give it because clearly it'll be worth twice as much and I'd like to throw something out there to you often hear the expression that a group of of really generous donors came together. Well, you know, have you has it occurred, you perhaps that maybe you could be one of those very generous donors if you've had a really good year or you just find it here, you are on a Friday, maybe had a brilliant week. And if you've value journalism, and you you really support this this station, and in a way that significant. It might be time to give a big donation yourself. Because this it really is something special, obviously journalism, hold our leaders accountable. The station office fair debate respect for discussion courageous honesty, all of those values that you may hold very very DEA. And this would be a great way of you for you to encourage other.
"lee county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"World Lee county in eastern Alabama where twenty three people died last Sunday. The president says his former lawyer Michael Cohen lied when he claimed he did not seek a pardon in testimony before congress Cohen said he never sought a pardon from the president. But Mr. Trump says that's not true. Michael Kohn lied about the pardon. Stone lie shrimp, attorney Rudy Giuliani says Cohen had lawyers reach out to him last year about the possibility of the president intervening Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison for a variety of crimes. Greg Clugston, Washington. It was housing starts jumped eighteen point six percent of January is builders ramped. Up construction of single family houses to the fastest pace in eight months. Hiring fell in February while US employers added twenty thousand jobs that was the smallest monthly gain. In nearly a year to half the slowdown in hiring might have been oppressed. By harsh winter, weather, and the partial shutdown of the government. The unemployment rate did drop to three point eight percent. Also on townhall dot com. House Democrats at pass their signature election reform package, but it's going nowhere in the Republican controlled Senate, perhaps the most hotly contested proposal called for public financing of congressional campaigns. It's a proposal that Maryland's John Sarbanes says returns power to the people. So they're the ones that run the show so candidates go to them and listen to what they have to say instead of hanging out with the lobbyists and the big money crowd. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell. This is a terrible proposal. It will not get any time in the Senate cotton dubbed, the built the democratic politician protection. Act got correspondent Wally Hindes on. Wall street. The Dow.
Trump visits Alabama communities devastated by tornadoes
"Those folks there are are starting to do the grieving process and really terrible scenario. One of the one of the families there lost ten family members if you can imagine. So they're going through a lot. And as Doug Jones said in in somebody had earlier, you have to really be there to to understand the devastation, right? What did it look like to you? Well, I'll tell you. I saw from the air, and I saw from the ground both incredibly devastating an impressive. You know? This is a county about one hundred forty thousand people it is rural. It's on the the border of Georgia and Alabama, and it is soi that went a half mile wide and twenty four miles long the track that tornado, so you can imagine all the different homes and the various communities that were ripped up by this. And when you see it in person, it never does Justice, no photograph or no video ever show. Exactly the way it really is. So as we noted President Trump is heading there today. And you know, I imagine the federal government is going to is going to have to come in and step up and healthy people rebuild. What's what's most urgent right now? I mean, what do what he's communities need most. Well, you know immediately. Well, let me just say this first of all the communities are take are taking care of themselves. I mean, these folks are giving themselves food water shelter. They're doing all they can to be all that they can be as as people on the ground as far as what they need from the federal government. Yes, they need funds that navy funds to try and rebuild the homes and the businesses that are there. Trump will be there today, we'd know his relationship with governor Kay Ivey is good. You know, she's requested a major disaster declaration, which President Trump has approved for Lee county. And certainly, you know, I think that according to the people that I've talked to on the ground. His presence will be well thought of remember back in twenty eleven during the tusk of Tuscaloosa tornado, President Obama showed showed up then. And so, you know, people in Alabama they want that that sort of. Leadership on the ground.
36 tornadoes confirmed in deadly Southeast outbreak
"News survey teams for the national weather service say they found at least thirty six tornados throughout Alabama, Georgia Florida and South Carolina from this past weekend. A powerful f four with winds of up to one hundred seventy miles an hour blamed for twenty three deaths in rural Lee county, Alabama and leaving a seventy mile path of destruction into Georgia Brian Hastings with Alabama emergency management areas and seeing the victims and survivors. Rake through their their belongings, and what's left of the their homes, and sorting through the pieces of the life that they'll put together in in
Trump visits tornado victims in Alabama today
"Support from sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue, President Trump's scheduled to head to Alabama. He will visit families in Lee county who lost loved ones in the massive tornado whose homes also
Trump says he will visit tornado-hit Alabama on Friday
"President Trump will visit areas hard hit by that string of deadly tornados in the southern US corresponding Clayton Neville says search efforts continued yesterday in Lee county, Alabama where twenty three people were killed by the storm. The president said after the storms that he told FEMA to give Alabama the eight-plus treatment Friday, the president will visit the areas devastated by multiple tornadoes took been a tragic situation. But a lot of good work is being done. We've been in constant touch with the governor. And also the governor of. Georgia. And so we'll be going to the area will be Alabama and the general area Lee county Alabama sheriff Jay Jones said Tuesday, search teams were honing in on specific areas as the number of people unaccounted for continues to go down. We're concentrating on specific pockets for the search is not as in a broad spectrum news after four twister hit eastern, Alabama in parts of Georgia. Some are asking questions about the amount of warning time residents were given a head of the twister
Like 'giant knife,' tornadoes slash eastern Alabama, killing 23
"The death toll in Alabama over twenty people killed after a string of tornadoes ripped through a portion of the south on Sunday. Correspondent Clayton Neville says. Authorities in Lee county Alabama worked yesterday to search for anyone who may have been trapped in rubble and identify those who were killed. Authorities say adults and children are included in the death toll some killed. We're in the same family all the deaths and Sunday string of tornadoes were limited to Lee county, Alabama where the sheriff describes the scene as if someone took a giant knife in just scrape the ground President Trump said Monday, the federal government will do its part to help Alabama recover spoke with Alabama governor Kay Ivey. Friend of mine had tremendous governor tremendous person that I directed FEMA to pursue. Assistance to the great state of Alabama there in there in full force, and whatever
"lee county" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"A rural community in Lee county, Alabama Twenty-three people, including some children are confirmed dead. Governor Kay Ivey. Most children mothers fathers. Neighbors in Lee county sheriff Jay Jones says rescue crews have come from across Alabama and neighboring states we had an overwhelming response from the community and from volunteers from literally all over the state and from our neighbors in in Georgia as well we've been had calls from Mississippi. I have to say that weird. So primitive of everyone's efforts to come to our aid and our time of need. The national weather service says the path of the tornado is a mile wide and twenty four miles long. CBS's Marvi of franca says it was a terrifying. Experience for many we went into one home here in Smiths station, where about ten foot limbs had basically been stabbed through the roof of this house that the family was inside. It is a miracle that they didn't die inside there. They hid and bathrooms and they hid in closets and part of the roof has gone. And in fact, one woman told me she was being sucked out through the roof. But it passed so quick that it just lifted. Her up and then dropped back down. It's looking more likely that President Trump will have to wield his veto pen for the first time. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says critics of Mr. Trump's emergency declaration on the southern border have enough votes to pass a resolution blocking the move Kentucky Republican rand Paul is among the opponents governments.
"lee county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"People were killed Lee county sheriff Jay Jones have various units from all over the state and surrounding states coming in to assist us in our search efforts that will be doing search and rescue this morning. I saw primary focus maybe see Steve Olson Samis in the town. Bo regard about an hour east of Montgomery the hits just keep on coming. Now comes the below freezing temperatures. So families who are out today sifting through what's left of their lives have to do it. In the coal tornado that hit Beauregard regard. Just one of about three dozen touched off by storms across Alabama, Georgia, Florida and parts of South Carolina. A former governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper is now the newest democrat in the presidential race. He made the announcement this morning and spoke exclusively with ABC news ultimately running for president because I believe that knowledge can I be Donald Trump? But that I am the person that can bring people together on the other side and actually get stuff done. President Trump facing mounting opposition. Into his declaration of that emergency at the southern border ABC's. Lana Zak is at the White House before he left for Vietnam. I asked President Trump in the Oval Office. If he thought that Republicans would stick with him on his emergency declaration regarding the border. He said at the time he thought that they would. But now with word that Senator rand Paul is prepared to support the joint resolution, it now house enough Republican votes to pass the Senate and head to the president's desk where we expect he will veto it. There are new calls on Capitol Hill to see the president's taxes are no longer waiting for Robert Muller's report to plow ahead on this issue. Instead, we've learned that they are now preparing to formally requested the president's tax returns, there's a real a new sense of urgency here among Democrats after Michael Coen's testimony.
"lee county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It rips through Lee county or its victims include adults, and at least one child and eight year old girl Lee county coroner Bill Harris says the death toll will almost certainly climb. They are areas honor understand adopted able to get into yet and search the rubble Harris calls it a terrible day of destruction league county the likes of which no one here has seen before p combs ABC news, Columbus, Georgia, the weather is beautiful. Even rattlesnakes are coming out to enjoy it. Warmer weather means more people are heading outside em. So are the snakes at least thirteen species of rattlesnake make their home in Arizona. However, the Phoenix herp to logical sanctuary says, you shouldn't kill them. They do an important service to homeowners by eating rodents. If you get a bite, though, call nine one one and remove any jewelry or items near the area. Don't drive yourself to the hospital or use is on the bite. Julie levin. KTAR news KTAR is on the economy tax reform. May mean you're getting. A smaller refund this year or you mayo more money IRS special agent. Bryan Watson tells KTAR you should aim for smaller refunds, so they're less tempting for scammers to try to get a hold of you don't want, you know, a five or six thousand dollar refund being locked up. And also, you're not earning any interest on it. And you can't use that money for other things. Lots of reminds you the federal standard deduction has doubled and withholding rules have changed. Meanwhile, you may have had more money in your paychecks throughout the year. The number of baby boomers renting homes in Phoenix has more than doubled over the past decade. Doug wrestler with the RT matrix, a real estate data and research company says this goes right along with recent national trends right now that we see a slight change in terms of renters increasing at a greater rate than millennials in terms of populations within the renting field, according to rent cafe by twenty thirty five baby boomers are expected to make up more than thirty percent of the renting market..
"lee county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Ever. He is a former decorated Florida law enforcement. Officer the longtime senior pastor of the hickory hammock Baptist church on the Gulf Coast of Florida and the host zone radio talk show freedom Friday, he serves on the board of regents of the university of mobile in mobile, Alabama and Carl frequently appears in television radio and print media interviews as a commentator Karl welcome back to the program. George boley. Hey, man. Thank you so much for having me back. I'm looking forward to this was was mobile is close to where that tragic tornado hit this morning, George actually not. Now, we see where I'm located on the Gulf Coast and Florida we're only about sixty miles from mobile mobiles, right down on the Gulf Coast, of course. But the storms and the tornado. Warnings rip through our whole area. But we're that tragedy. Happened is in Lee county, Alabama, which is a little bit north. Okay. Up in around Auburn Twenty-three people already. Maybe more. It's going to go over here. You really is. Hey, you're new book is called the rabbi the secret message, and the identity of the messiah which is almost an offshoot of your other book that you had of course, called the rabbi who found messiah tell us about this. Yeah. Well, thanks. Yeah. The rabbi that found messiah was printed in two thousand thirteen published and by major publisher and that book, eventually went international and was published in five different languages. There was a documentary movie made out of it Rabbi Jonathan Khan, and I are in that movie together. And that was then subtitled into other languages spoken in English. Of course. So that just went crazy. But the thing is, you know, here we are twenty nineteen and people say, well, why would you write another book? Well, because George so much more has happened. Continually doesn't it? Yeah. I mean, biblical prophecy. Just doesn't stop with one story. No, it doesn't. And the story is a true story and on top of that new witnesses have come forward new evidence. Come forward. New information at it cooperation supernatural stories to the whole thing. And so, and I've met people now that live in Israel that are directly connected to this. We've become good friends. They have validated. So much of what I have written before. Plus, they knew so much more. And plus again with the restoration of Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. And that was all part of that store. The original story now, we're living it, I mean, this book had to be written. We had to tell the story the people that have already read it or just just going crazy over it. Because it's just it just ties right into so much of today's headline news. It's the story that won't die. And it's a true story, and it hits it reads like the raiders of the lost ark or something. But it's a true story. He does when you hear the word biblical the phrase, biblical prophecy, Carl what what does that mean to you? Well, here's the thing George first of all there is a sense throughout the world. And. And you see this in mainstream media reporting and various venues that aren't even necessarily Christian or biblical that there's a sense throughout the world that something is getting ready to snap. I mean, something is strange. I mean, we're living in this instantaneous communication information exchange age, and is just it's it's it's it vanishing at mega speed. And and then, you know, wars and rumors of wars and everybody's talking about World War three in the middle. East is pretty much collapsed serious collapsed turkeys collapsing into an Islamic caliphate. And all and and on and on people are saying what's happening. What's going on? Well, here's the thing. George, and listen, I'm a pastor, of course. And prior to that law enforcement officer, I'm not here to to be preachy. I'm not going to be preachy tonight. But I just I want people understand the way I see it is that there's one place in all the world that told us thousands of years ago that there would come a specific time in history. That is marked by specific events, and we can get into those few moments if you'd like that would then point to the most prophetic times on the planet since the first coming of Jesus Christ and those things are now happening in their converging. And we're the first generation in the history of the planet to see it happen with the only historical generation to see it happen. And so we're right in the midst, and that that's what I mean when I say biblical prophecy. I don't set dates I don't ring my hands and run around claiming the sky is falling. I'm not one of those guys. But I do know the word of God, I've been preaching teaching studying writing it, and and doing media on it for thirty five years that doesn't mean I'm correct about everything. But it doesn't mean that I pretty much what I'm talking about with this stuff, and I've really been diligent in in looking and discerning the times, and we are living in extremely prophetic times. Jordan, what do you think of people like the late here? World campaign who got people to dump the retirement and everything else because he claimed this is folks. Yeah. See, I don't know him. Personally. I I know the whole story you're talking about. Yes. I don't know him. Personally. I'm not passing any judgment on his heart or his motives, but I will say this when people in my opinion, in my humble opinion when people get into setting dates and wringing hands and saying this is it. Here's the day. It's getting ready to happen sell everything you have. And by the way, if you got extra give it to my minutes. Exactly. I mean, you know, that that just really not only does it cast a horrible light upon the biblical message. The Christian message Christianity, but it also takes away from the real message of God's word the real truth of stuff, that's really happening. The return of Israel, the return of Jerusalem, the collapse of cereal borders. Collapsing. The rise of terrorism all in all we could go on and on. And and the, you know, the technologies that are in the bible that are all right here in front of our face with the first generation to see all of these things are real these are real things they're happening and they're converging. And we're the first generation so so when you have the herald camping type people that come along and they set dates, and they they twist everybody then everybody up, and then it doesn't happen. Like, they predicted the boy who cried wolf they? That's right. That's right. And so then, you know, folks, like myself, and you and people on your program that come along with with real evidence and real stuff saying look, just please take a look at this. You're crazy. Yeah. We've heard that before. Well, so that's that's what I'm trying to do is to get people to take scientific couldn't textual biblical reasonable rational. Look connect the dots. And then make up your mind, but the, but the bottom line is there is this collective zeitgeist the spirit of our times across the globe. That even people who don't know the word of God, they're asking what is wrong with us. What's wrong with this world Pandora's box has been opened? We cannot keep going with technology the way we're going. We cannot keep going with with this hatred that spreading across the world and ripping through the nation's we can't keep going with this something is going to snap. And the word of God said that the days before the return of the Lord would be just like that George. Karl Gallup's is latest book is called the rabbi the secret. Message and the identity of messiah now it's about the book is about rabbi hit sock Kadoorie. But you co wrote this with rabbi Zev pot of Tel Aviv. Who's he? Yeah. We missing rabbi, zephyr. Let me tell you who he is. He was born and raised in Israel. He speaks Hebrew as his first language. His family is a rabbinical family. He was raised in a very orthodox rabbinical community. And and he he was raised in trying to be a rabbi as a matter of fact, he went to the San he rabbinical training schools. He's a certified San Adrian rabbi San Hadrian's what put Jesus down early did. Yeah. That's the orthodox of the orthodox the rulers of the rulers the San he'd run. And he and he was a is a certified San he rabbi. But in the midst of all of that, I can tell you how later, but he, but he came to faith that your shoe, which is Hebrew. Of course, you know, for Jesus Jesus is the real messiah well his. Family disowned him people in Israel. Orthodox Jews have disowned him. They've come against him because he was part of such a huge important rabbinical family. His father was a rabbi's grandfather was rabbis great-grandfather, not only that. But look at this George. They were part of the Diane, which is the the judges in the orthodox rabbinical courts, which are deeply attached to the Israeli governmental proceedings, and so very powerful family. Very powerful people on top of that their family was directly connected to Utah Kadoorie his name was in their home all the time because Zab granddaddy knew him and was friends with him Ariel. Sharon, the prime minister slept in in Zev, grandparents home. I mean, his family is deeply connected to the Israeli government deeply connected to the whole Kadoorie story and the clan. And and and and the the witnesses. The students that were witnesses of Kadoories declaration. He knows them. He ministers to them. He knows them personally. So so they'll and I met through a supernatural back story from the first book we've been now we travel back. First second Carl we're at the break. We'll talk more about this. And then get into the prophecy of this incredible book. 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"Eight six six ninety Red Eye. He's Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Not really much of any new update from southeast Alabama where devastating series of tornadoes, ripping through Alabama Sunday, killing at least twenty three people in one county the victims, including children died in Lee county sheriff Jay Jones, at least twelve of those deaths occurred in the area of just around five to six miles south. Of the city of oblique. Right. Jones initially reported fourteen later Sunday, he updated the number and told CNN affiliate W R B L that number may yet rise again Jones described the massive damage it appeared as if somebody had taken a blade and just scrape the ground yesterday to the path of destruction about a half mile wide that stretched several miles to east from where the tornado touchdown. So that's still all we've had. That's the update we really gave you when we started the show, and we know what stark, and they really can't do much searching. There's apparently Justin credible amount of debris right now. Sorry. Yeah. They said twenty three dead and dozens that are being treated in local hospitals as you can imagine this being a rural area. In small communities here, certainly those resorts resources are stretched thin there. They have well over one hundred and fifty first responders still in that area, looking for survivors, and helping those that need it, but it was a fairly fast moving storm system that moved through the southeast late on Sunday, not only affecting Alabama but other states as well, including Georgia and fort affected by those storms. So we'll keep you updated. If we get any updates throughout the morning earlier in the evening on Sunday evening. They were reporting that authorities were using drones with heat seeking capabilities to see if they could help locate others that may be still alive in that area. We don't know to what extent that search is going to continue. But certainly here in a few hours as sunrises those with authorities in those first responders will be back out on the scene if they're not still there. Looking for survivors and assessing the damage. We will keep you updated. As soon as we get any new information. Well, now, this is really interesting the presidency spec. Cpac speech over the weekend. And some of the analysis of it. This may be one of the most beautiful things that you will ever ever here in your entire life. Until tomorrow show. Yes. CNN doing an analysis of the president and his CPAC speech what other analysts it was on with CNN analysts. Samantha vinograd. And she commented on the president. And they played this audio clip and then commented lines of protecting America's interests defending America's value and reclaiming our nation's priceless heritage. We have people in congress right now, we have people in congress.
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"During a lot of that across parts of Alabama and Georgia tonight, chainsaws cutting through the down trees and other debris left behind after severe storms plowed through the area. The national weather services that includes a tornado blamed for at least twenty two deaths in Lee county, Alabama ABC's Pete combs, family members in Beauregard, Alabama confirmed one of the victims at eight year old girl who died in what? Greg Robinson have Alabama emergency management says was a powerful tornado. A national weather service mutated. There was a degree signature that is the tornado blew so much debris. So high into the air that it registered on radar hundreds of feet above the ground in Lee county, Alabama. The sheriff says he expects the death toll and his jurisdiction will continue to climb as rescue and recovery. Efforts could underway. Pete combs ABC news, Atlanta, President Trump tweeting thoughts and prayers to the people affected the president again saying there's no evidence of collusion in the special counsel's probe which he says is forcing Democrats to focus instead on his financial dealings. ABC's? Tara Palmeri says the president may also be encouraged by a snapshot of his approval rating, the latest NBC Wall Street Journal poll, the president has a forty six percent approval rating and within his own party. It's ninety percent, but it's not all positive sixty percent disapprove of his decision to declare a national emergency to build a border wall and this week House Democrats plan to request documents from dozens of people, including the president's son, Donald junior democrat. Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on the campaign trail, he was in Chicago tonight, only going.
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"Now. From ABC news. I'm Daria all you're hearing a lot of that across parts of Alabama and Georgia tonight. Take chainsaws cutting through the down trees and other debris left behind after severe storms plowed through the area. The national weather services that includes a tornado blamed for at least twenty two deaths in Lee county, Alabama ABC's Pete combs, family members and Beauregard, Alabama confirmed one of the victims at eight year old girl who died at what? Greg Robinson of Alabama emergency management says was a powerful tornado. Meteorologists national weather service mutated. There was a degree signature that is the tornado blew so much debris. So high into the air that it registered on radar hundreds of feet above the ground in Lee county, Alabama. The sheriff says he expects the death toll in his jurisdiction will continue to climb as rescue and recovery. Efforts could underway. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta. President Trump tweeting his thoughts and prayers to the people affected the president again saying there's no evidence of collusion in the special counsel's probe which he says is forcing Democrats to folk. Instead on his financial dealings ABC's. Tara Palmeri says the president may also be encouraged by a snapshot of his approval rating, the latest NBC Wall Street Journal poll, the president has a forty six percent approval rating and within his own party. It's ninety percent, but it's not all positive sixty percent. Disapprove of his decision to declare a national emergency to build a border wall. This week House Democrats plan to request documents from dozens of people, including the president's son, Donald junior democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on the campaign trail, he was in Chicago tonight. Only going.
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"She wouldn't have been sitting there so you know willing to be there right? Or just less she knew the person, correct. And the information that I found captain says that it turned out that it's believed that that citing is not accurate, that that was not her that was cited on that day. And this was this was like the citing heard around the world because it was the number one trending thing on Facebook that day. Yeah. And then on August fifth, another incident, we have a body of a white woman was found who appeared to be in her mid twenties turned up in Lee county, which is an hour's drive south east of Brooklyn Iowa. This turned out to be Sadie Alvarado age twenty and a twenty year a twenty eight year old man. Her boyfriend believed to be her boyfriend has been charged with her death. And like I said earlier, I mean. I received personally hundreds of people asking us to cover this case, shine light on the on her disappearance. And now the day that we decided to record the episode and release it to the world, they have now found her body has been a pretty tough day. Yes, in our hearts and our thoughts go out to molly's family and plans. We want to thank everybody for listening. Thanks for telling a friend for sharing on social media and for forgiven us five star reviews on itunes. It means a lot. And here in the garage, we are working very hard to get part two out of this case today. So please join us here in the garage until then be good, be kind and don't let..
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"Is back in session in Lee county for Jinya teachers there will be armed with paper pencils and perhaps a gun last month it's five member school board voted unanimously to approve the plan which it. Argues would provide added security in schools more than a dozen states. Already. Allow school. Systems to decide? Whether. Teachers can, have guns Brian Austin is, superintendent of Lee, county schools and joins me now welcome good morning, how are you good so why why decide to arm teachers instead of say hiring a resource officer or putting in. Metal detectors this was a lengthy conversation that, has taken place over a number of months as part of a budget development process this is not intended to, be school security and also the school board at that meeting voted to allow a less, than lethal force option for staff members and, that is for them to carry pepper spray Wisconsin's two factor. Yes my, this was a very budget driven? Decision because we have determined that it. Would cost almost six hundred thousand dollars to put school resource officer in every one, of our eleven schools and if we had six hundred thousand dollars at. This point it would go towards roof repairs and replacement as opposed to school safety even though school safety is our number one priority in school any idea how many teachers might take up this option. To carry a gun in class the thing that we said publicly. And. This was. In our review? That. We did, as well as what we, presented to the, school board in July at that point we had, thirty seven individuals not just teachers staff members also who were interested in this program it's intended to be totally voluntary. Individual we go through to background checks a, drug screen as well as a psychological evaluation that is equivalent to what an individual would go through for law enforcement I say what's the reaction from the community Generally very supportive I think most of our residents realize we're trying to be very fiscally? Responsible with everything we do but then also almost secondary community we have a concealed carry permit is allowed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and I'm gonna. Say frankly that, several of our staff members have to make, a conscious effort not to carry on schoolwork property. Of course that's a violation of the. Code of Virginia unless it's part of a program which is what we're providing any so many people in the community have guns and they just haven't been. Able to, bring them to school until now Yes ma'am we. Are a very rural community in the Commonwealth of Virginia we are a. Very agricultural based community so, familiarity with both guns and gun safety is paramount to our community now you must know nationally you. Know some, teachers unions really strongly opposed arming teachers in classes the head of the national, Education Association has called it ill conceived pastas dangerous and critics say it doesn't, really do anything to prevent gun violence what do you say to that Well frankly I think that I walk in and hand firearm t. o. three hundred of our teachers would. Be, beyond. Absurd some of our staff would feel forced into that and. They don't have I'm gonna say the. Proficiency nor the training nor the desire to do that but when parkland. Happened, coach was shot while, he was, proud to protect us students we had the incident in. Indiana where the young teacher was trying to defend his students and, got shot. And some school, board started issuing buckets rocks and Batson we thought. We could do better than that Never junior governor Ralph, Northam has denounced the planned there have been questions I gather, about its legality the state attorney general's offices Virginia law prohibits guns in schools with a few narrow exceptions. Have you heard from the state and is this planet. Actually going to be able to go forward At this point we haven't officially heard from the attorney. General's office we feel. Like. In conversations. With. Our school. Board attorney in a number of. Other attorneys say that we have found an exception. That fits within those narrowly, defined parameters, of local school board being able to develop a. Program Brian Austin is the superintendent? Of Lee county in Virginia thank you very much okay.
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"Votes when they come in or going to be the ride in votes run that could have gone probably to judge roy moore i think he's interesting to watch lee county that's been a republican bastion since with very few counties were lee county is voting for doug jones and most of the votes are in that is a significant trend four doug jones we've always known the two hopes that doug jones have were a a big minority turnout and he seems of pretty much had that and keep that vote solid and the number two to pull off moderate republicans believe lee county would be a perspective a moderate republican votes and if that's the case i think you're seeing leaking go on doug jones obviously a lot of democrats turned out but i think he had some republicans crossover are crossed their lives jacqueline in uh in jeff's in lake county in the matter in a matter of five minutes doug jones has cut the deficit because he was about sixty thousand votes behind and in a matter of about five minutes in about two percent reporting uh he has cut that tell about thirty five thousand but calls where the new update with seventy four point seven percent of the precincts reporting he has narrowed that leave now to only twenty one thousand votes that he's behind so doug jones only needs twenty one thousand votes to come in either in jefferson or tuscaloosa can johny to surpass roy more that's how tight this raissi is right now and yet just overall number fifty point five percent roy more forty eight point one percent doug jones because some of us aren't as good at matt i'm one of those people i pulled out the calculus against so that's that's your percentages in you wanna talk about jefferson county that's when you gotta worry about eighty three of one seventy two uh reporting there and that's gonna that's gonna be very telling another when somebody asked me about morgan county uh they went sixty one percent roy more 36 doug jones and that was thirty nine of forty precincts reporting so that's pretty much pretty much if.
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"In other news lee county sheriff oscar martinez confirmed reports that it davies is out is a jail administrator according to the times the sheriff said davies failed to meet the us department of justice's minimum requirements for jail administrators davies status is morton had been one factor holding the jail back from compliance with an ongoing justice department probe in settlement agreements regarding pass conditions jails medical department so there you go the uh he's out as lee county jail administrator i dunno mr davies um but i think it's about time to get oscar martinez in here i think we can announce that a week from today we will have us attorney tom curse coming in here uh to talk with me and see over hill kenny introduced himself to the region but also perhaps talk about us this case of the pipe bombers much as you can bike as the takes them paul calls what's going on in your world what are you guys think about the pipebombing thing aegis in shock that it's a suggesting that a it's a guy not unlike the paddock the shooter in las vegas really fortyfive your all white guy didn't really have any indication that he was gonna go off the deep end paddock italy's in this is at this point kerr said the creek admitted to it so we still a suspect and we will we will respect that but what are you guys think uh anybody in the city of hammond i mean there's been a general fear in the city of hamon amongst employees of people who do work for the city of hamon because the pipe bomb was addressed as someone who does work for the city of hamid and evidently the bullet said the next ones for your head was also addressed to someone who is associated with the city of it so there is a lot of relief today and you could hear it in the voice of chief john doti yesterday when i talk to him after the press conference so don't at the stiff all the bags is more maybe i mean i'm guessing that they're gonna slowdown on the dogs everywhere sniffing all the packages and that they might slow down on parking squad cars out in front of people's houses it may have possibly been targets that's a lotta use of police work uh policemen so let's take some fall calls let's see.
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"A f f i x chicago mary van de velde wgn traffic central a manhunt in rural ville seventy five miles southwest of chicago is expected to continue at daybreak officials temporarily called off the search late last night for former lasalle county sheriff's deputy low max amblin he's accused of stealing a car at gunpoint in the neighbor build plainfield area yesterday than of using it in a home invasion and kidnapping and lee county south county sheriff tom templeton the car is in custody also to our officers were able to see him so he attempt he says said they believe ampler may be hiding in a wooded area he says and blurred may be armed schools in rural ville will remain closed today as a precaution but many a las vegas residents came together yesterday to remember of fallen officer wgn sriyan burrow was there president trump highlighting the life of las vegas metro police department officer charles hartfield who was offduty when he was killed sunday in the barrage of gunfire is death is a tragic loss for this police force for the city and for our great nation later denied las vegas police are hosting a candlelight vigil for hartfield he was also a father military veteran author and football coach american troops have been killed in west africa abc's louis martinez has the latest from the pentagon squad of us military forces was on a joint patrol with easier rian troops along the border with mali when he came under attack according to a us official three americans were killed and two others were wounded in the ambush and al qaeda philly aided group in mali as well as other extremist groups are known to operate a near the four hundred us troops in each year helping that country with jones surveillance and military training to counter those extremist groups we martinez abc news washington it's now know that those three american soldiers killed were members of the green berets foxconn announced it will build its multibillion dollar plant about two hours north of chicago in mount pleasant wisconsin and local restaurant owner there against follow perez says he thinks it'll be a miracle for the local economy a tornado donated when a lot i guess mac fox owns that expected to employ thousands of employees there and new overnight a fire gutted a vacant industrial building in cicero who was in.
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"Do i have someone say the mid to late eighties they put video games and the damn lobby so you're watching the movie and all of a sudden your rhythm year pacman and stuff because there were no doors curtains that was at the luna belmont and cicero so a ton of moves he's there ton so we're gonna break we got more are coming up after the news on demand wgn radio all right steve cochran coming up at six a m this is chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago wgnradiocom if you're an amazon echo user just say play wgn radio on tuna and that was unique seventy four o'clock let's get to the newsroom in thick thought they they could partly cloudy 56 at o'hare a manhunt in early vilsone seventy five miles southwest of chicago has entered its second day officials say they believe former lasalle county sheriff's deputy low will max and lorries armed in hiding in a wooded area there is accused of stealing a car at gunpoint in the naperville plainfield area yesterday than of using it in a home invasion and kidnapping and lee county residents have been told remain safe and vigilant roussel the cowhide tragic and i hope added that easters schools in a ruled hill will remain closed today it's still not clear whether the mandalay bay hotel security aged who helped police find this shooter was armed but clark county sheriff joseph lombardo says what is known is that he was shot by the gunmen once and continued to display heroic actions was amazing because he remained with our officers provider key pass to access the door and actually continued to help them clear rooms until our officer demanded that he go see medical attention says the gun and fired more than two hundred rounds through his room door into the hallway adt the security agent that agent was hit just once in the leg and.
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"And every now and then we'll get hit with the poorest like i said it's either tropical storm while hurricaneforce wind gusts and it's getting worse and worse than when i spoke to you obviously a couple of hours energy look like people are staying off the roads right now and time you came to four meyer strafe from a week in houston with hurricane harvey in the experience in houston really did have an impact on those in florida made sure they took it seriously oh no doubt we spoke to so many people who said that they saw the images that of harvey all those people suffering in the flooding and then of course there was the twentyfifth anniversary of hurricane andrew down in miami and people how to relieve some of those awful memories down there in south florida suit no doubt played a role hopefully some people evacuating but the problem here george is that a lot of people thought they were it it safe area until hurricane erma shifted west even though that coat of uncertainty with massive some people thought they were okay your and the evacuated at the last minute that's why the shelters are so filled up right now twenty seven thousand to thirty thousand shelters here lee county loaded you see the winds picking up right now at a lotta people thought there were gonna be okay even s the people in mobile home parks one guy we talk to yesterday said he was going to wipe out the slum because even think it was going to be that bad he then evacuated and now he's in the germain arena in the upper deck and fiction 101 sleeping between two chairs you know all these are basically stands to watch the hockey games and he's seventy four years old georgia you can live in that arena the next couple of days the city's can be so tough for so many people tom llamas thanks very much the red cross serving so many in those shelters across the state wanna brain clint cooper right now spokesperson with the red cross craig i think you're coming to.
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"Town hall dot com i'm val deore florida governor rick scott already reg urging that is residence along the state's gulf coast to get out as hurricane armas path has moved slightly west now during a news conference this afternoon and lee county in southwest florida governor scott warned of storm surge which could be between six and twelve feed every fluid in it floridians gotta stay informed and we're going to do everything we can to get the message out but every footed and scott it'd be informed and you're gonna follow what the storms doing if the storms moves that you might have to their my there might be a new evacuation zone and as we get more for mission now we didn't a day ago we didn't anticipate this much storm surge on west coast now we're in now we're getting a sewer are gonna have to change and a reminder all of your important paperwork birth certificates that vaccination paper should i'll be with you unsealed a bag since you evacuate impact your vehicle was snacks and blankets in case you get stranded on the highway trying to leave your pet records are necessary for a lot of show elders and hotels a country music star is dead killed in a helicopter crash on the way to a show in new jersey floyd gentry of the countrymusic duo montgomery gentry was fifty years old he was the passenger in a chopper heading four the flying w airport in mid for new jersey where he and bandmate eddie montgomery were due to perform montgomery wasn't on the helicopter but the 30yearold pilot also died in the crush montgomerie gentry had 5 number one hits on the country charts and was inducted into the grand old off or in two thousand nine i'm jackie quinn in another big loss for country music lovers the gentle giant don williams has passed away the age of seventy age on wall street the dow ended up thirteen points nasdaq down thirty eight s p down four this is town hall news mike gallagher here four relief factor you might be asking who should consider ordering relief factor well anyone with.