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The Left Attacks Christians After Shooting

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:26 min | 4 d ago

The Left Attacks Christians After Shooting

"Gay club that was the LGBTQ club that was shot up in Colorado. We come to discover it's not an ideological purpose. And I don't want to ascribe ideology to anyone, often shootings are just crazy people like Gabby Giffords was shot by a schizophrenic break victim. You just can't tell, but I just can't imagine the American public rewarding anyone who politicized. I think the president politicized this out of the gate. I really do, pirate. Of course he did, but this is happened. The instant politicization has been happening for a while because if you look at comments from people on the left, either democratic politicians are activists, a long time ago, they began to start mocking Republicans. The thoughts and prayers, you know, the Republican senator or representative says on my thoughts and prayers with the people of blank after this terrible shooting. And so you began to see a lot of comments, the hell with your thoughts and prayers. We need action. So basically, they've just kind of skipped any formalities of expressing. Right, there's no touching of glove. Let's have a debate about guns. No, none of that. Just make Christians feel like they are subhuman and lack feelings because they want to use it as a sop, which is in fact the opposite of almost every person of faith that I know.

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Colorado LGBTQ club shooting suspect is charged with hate crimes

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Colorado LGBTQ club shooting suspect is charged with hate crimes

"The suspect in the Colorado Springs nightclub shooting has been charged with hate crimes and murder. 22 year old Anderson Lee Aldrich is accused of walking inside club cue a gay nightclub, clad in body armor and opening fire last month with an AR-15 style rifle, killing 5 people and wounding 17. Patrons say the killing stopped only when they wrestled the suspect to the ground and beat Aldrich into submission. District attorney Michael Allen says it's possible the charges against Aldrich could change. It's somewhat likely that we will amend charges to add or

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:09 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Reaching out to the owners of an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs where a recent mass shooting took place. The White House says the president and First Lady talked with the owners and offered their condolences for what happened Saturday night. Meantime, Biden says he's going to push for an assault weapons ban before the year is over. It has no social demons. Zero none. Not a single solitary rationale for Twitter's new owner says getting rid of child exploitation is the social media platform's top priority Elon Musk tweeted that in response to a user. He added folks should comment if they see anything Twitter should tackle. In a separate tweet Musk said users outside the U.S. will see big improvements in Twitter speed. It's a relatively smooth Thanksgiving at the nation's airports just over 60 flights within into or out of the U.S. have been canceled today. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Doug prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories on the markets. Twitter will vastly expand the reinstatement of banned users beginning next week. This is a major reversal of Twitter's content moderation policies, and it follows a poll conducted by Elon Musk, about 72% of participants voted in favor of a general Amnesty provided the suspended accounts have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam. Thousands of Amazon warehouse workers across about 40 countries are planning to take part in protest and walkouts to coincide with Black Friday sales, employees in the U.S., the UK, India, Japan, Australia, South Africa, and across Europe are demanding better wages and working conditions their campaign has been dubbed, make Amazon pay. It's being coordinated by an international coalition of trade unions with the support of both environmental and civil society groups. Diplomats in Europe are locked in negotiations over how strict a price cap to place on Russian crude oil earlier discussions focused on capping, Russian seaborne exports at between $65 to $70. Now we are told the resumption of talks to finalize the cap has been delayed beyond Thursday since more time was necessary to overcome the differences. Right now, WTI crude oil higher by half of 1% in the electronic session were trading 78 27. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg. We have record COVID cases on the Chinese mainland and in Hong Kong, the equity market is weak, with a hang seng down about 9 tenths of 1%. However, the Shanghai composite is positive by three tenths of 1%, the nikkei weaker by three tenths of 1%, the cost is down two tenths of 1% in Sydney the ASX 200 is higher by three tenths of 1%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake. This is Bloomberg. From Bloomberg news in iHeartRadio, it's the big take. I'm west Kosovo. Today, why are the U.S. and its Western Allies seizing

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:12 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

"After the Thanksgiving holiday he faces challenges as he focuses on the end of your business before the GOP takes over the House of Representatives. CBS correspondent Natalie brand outlines some of the issues before the president. In the wake of devastating mass shootings at an LGBTQ club in Colorado, and a Virginia Walmart, the president renewed his call for an assault weapons ban. The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. It's just sick. It has no no social devalues. You're a nun. Some democratic lawmakers are calling for a vote before the end of the year ahead of the U.S. House transitioning to GOP control next session. CBS correspondent Natalie bran, the president and First Lady called the two owners of club Q in Colorado Springs to offer their condolences. New details on the shooting at the Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, a witness says the store manager who shot and killed 6 coworkers seemed intent on going after certain people and shot some of the victims after they had already been hit. It appeared to be dead. Jessica will chesky says she and other workers were gathering for a meeting in a break room when the team leader Andre Bing began shooting wildly. The way he was acting, he was going hunting. He was looking. He was picking people out. It really looked like that. The way he was looking at people's faces in the way he did what he did. He was picking people out. The 31 year old gunman turned the gun on himself. You may remember a rash of early morning carjackings and armed robberies in D.C. and suburban Maryland in the first few months of this year. Now, three D.C. men have been indicted. The crime spree began in mid January and lasted until early March, prosecutors say the suspects were dark clothing and face coverings as they struck between 5 and 7 30 in the morning. Authorities say the suspects worked fast and varied their targets. They hit convenience stores or just robbed people on the street in all there were three store holdups, 14 robberies of individuals and armed car jacking and three car thefts, now Tyrell Stewart, Jonathan Nelson, and Israel at varia on their 20s face dozens of federal charges Stewart and etche varia are being held in D.C., Nelson is in Montgomery county jail. Sean Anderson double DT op news. The family of a Vietnam War veteran is spending the holiday in a Baltimore hospital with him, praying for his recovery. The 70 year old marine veteran whose daughter says he served in Vietnam as it a medically induced coma after part of a home collapsed on him as he was trying to save a mother and daughter following an explosion in pig town, not far from Camden yards. Eris Bagley tells the Voldemort sun her father suffered a broken pelvis, femur, and hand. And his surgery has been delayed as doctors hope his heartbeat gets stronger. The daughter says she and her siblings, including a sister in the army who came home from South Korea will be by their dad's side in the hospital, encouraging Terry Bagley senior to get stronger. Aerys believes the marine and her father is what had him jump into action to try and save the mother and daughter. They are both in stable condition and Kramer WTO P news. Twitter's new owner Elon Musk is granting what he says is Amnesty for some suspended accounts. The billionaires announcement came after he posted a poll to his timeline asking Twitter users to vote how the reinstatement for accounts that have quote not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam, the yes vote was 72%. Online safety experts predict the reinstatements will spur a rise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation. Last week, Musk restored former president Donald Trump's Twitter account, mister Trump says, however, he will not return to Twitter, but he has not yet deleted his account. Twitter initially banned Trump for encouraging the capital insurrection last January the 20 January the 6th. Coming up on WTO P after traffic and weather, 9 months to the day that Russia invaded Ukraine, Moscow launches a new attack will get tails. WTO's time. It's 8 36. We

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He's going to push for an assault weapons ban before the year is over. Michael kessner reports. He said so while speaking to reporters idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. Just sick, it has no no social devalues. He made those remarks after two recent mass shootings which happened within days of each other the first was in Colorado Springs last weekend where 5 people died at an LGBTQ club. The latest took place Tuesday night at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, 6 people died in that incident. I'm Michael kasner. Gas prices are dropping below 360 to ring in the Thanksgiving holiday. The average price is three 58 a gallon down two cents from yesterday. It looks like two more tech giants are about to hand out pink slips, Google will reportedly lay off about 10,000 people said to be underperforming. Hewlett Packard known as HP is also letting up to 6000 workers go by 2025. That's the latest. I'm David kodiak. And dived to these Pellegrini and the Bloomberg newsroom Twitter is disbanded its entire Brussels operation. Except you're losing key staff members, and the company had been facing a new wave of regulatory scrutiny there. Another one of Elon Musk's companies though may be getting a kinder gaze right now after losing nearly $300 billion in market value in two months. A growing course of Tesla analysts say that share price decline has now gotten far enough. We get more on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Denise, that helped push the stock higher by 7.8% yesterday. Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas earlier said the Tesla is approaching his bare case price target of $150, presenting an opportunity for investors to buy at a bargain price. City analysts upgraded the shares to neutral from cell, saying that a more than 50% slump this year quote has balanced out the near term risk reward. Denise. Thank you, Charlie. Higher close for stocks in Europe today, London's FTSE finishing fractionally higher in Paris to cac up four tenths of a percent in Germany the Dax up about 8 tenths percent. In Asia, the nikkei up almost 1% that hang sang up almost 8 tenths of a percent and the China CSI 300 down about four tenths of a percent. U.S. stocks finishing higher on signs from the fed minutes that policymakers might be able to ease their anti inflationary stance. Inflation replacing COVID apparently is the biggest disruptor to holiday travel some are discovering more. And that problem works Courtney aho. Flyers have likely paid more for their tickets than in recent years. According to search engine hopper, domestic fares are 10% higher than last year, travelers packing their passports and heading abroad are paying 16% more than last year, with round trip fares averaging around $828. Thank you, Courtney. And global do's 24 hours a day, on air and on Bloomberg quicktake. Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom, I'm Denise Pellegrini. This

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Mass shooting this time at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, police say that 6 victims died when the suspected gunman opened fire in a break room. Chesapeake police chief Mark zelensky says that the suspect who later turned the gun on himself was an employee at the store. It was a shooter and employee of Walmart and we were able to confirm that. Chief zelensky says the shooter was possibly a manager. This employee says she was in that break room at the time, the moments before the shots rang out. As soon as my team leaves at all right guys, you know, we have a light night tonight. I looked up and my manager just opened the door and he just opened fire. He wasn't aiming at anybody specifically. She spoke to ABC's Good Morning America. The suspect in this weekend's mass shooting and an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs will appear in courts day via video. According to court filings, attorneys for the suspect Anderson Aldrich says their client is non binary, find people were killed and about 20 injured in the attack at club Q if you're driving to your destination for the Thanksgiving holiday. There is some relief at the pump, triple-A spokesman Robert Sinclair has advised for road warriors, he says turkey day is the best time to drive. Wake up early, Thanksgiving Day and leave at 6 a.m.. If your destination is 200 miles away, it takes about four hours. Will you be there by 10 a.m. that's plenty of time to enjoy yourself. Triple-A spokesman Robert Sinclair is worried about the weeks ahead, starting on December 5th, the same day as a possible railroad strike, the European Union is going to stop using all Russian crude oil. The grid operator in Ukraine says all regions have emergency power cuts. It comes as the European Parliament has passed a resolution declaring Russia a state sponsor of terrorism for its invasion of Ukraine. The EU legislature symbolically increased pressure to Moscow to bring anyone responsible for war crimes committed during the campaign before an international court, but like the U.S., Russia does not recognize the International Criminal Court. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"It's right wing rhetoric says this columnist that sparks these nightmares. Here's the bonus for the instigators, the bottomless list of homophones and trans folks on the right. Don't need to throw The Rock and then hide their hands. Instead, they use someone else's hands entirely. It's purposeful. So again, if you say boys a boy and a girl is a girl, this means that you are actively attempting to get someone to murder people at an LGBTQ club. Quote, after ginning a hatred for particular community through fear lies in conspiracies. All they have to do is sit back and wait for someone to do their work for them. So Lauren boebert is responsible for this, nothing in politics says Brian broome is effective as fear and conservative such as bobert know exactly how to weaponize it. The conservative mind is more concerned that a drag queen drag queen is entering a classroom to read a story to children than a gunman is entering a classroom to shoot them. And I will never understand that. Well, no, actually, that's not true. That's a lie. I'm very concerned about gunmen entering classroom to shoot them, which is why I suggested that schools be protected like banks. That's why I insisted my children's school have extraordinary protection for the kids. Also, I am deeply concerned about the indoctrination of children into transgressive social values. I do not think it is good for the country or good for children. But again, this is the stick. And it's not just Brian broome. It's almost every column today from the mainstream media. It's Michelle Goldberg over at The New York Times. Who has a piece titled the massacre at club Q was only a matter of time. It was only a matter of time you see, because if you say drag queen story, hour is bad. If you say that trans advocacy that claims that little boys and little girls should be taught, they can be a member of the opposite sex and that we all have to socially transition them at the age of 5. If you say that's bad, that you are responsible for murder. That's Michelle Goldberg's case. She says the police are still investigating the motive behind the shooting. But we know the suspect is facing hate crime charges, and that the attack took place in a climate of escalating anti gay and anti trans violence and threats of violence. We also know that in recent years, the right has become increasingly fixated on all ages drag shows, part of a growing moral panic about children being groomed into gender nonconformity. It's not a moral panic when you literally say that children should be taught at the youngest ages that gender nonconformity is a biological imperative. And a moral and immorally necessary adjunct to childhood. Club Q hosted a dragon Saturday night and had an all ages drag brunch scheduled for Sunday. Perhaps we'll learn something in the coming days that will put these murders, which took place on the eve of transgender day of remembrance into a new life, but right now it seems hard to separate them from a nationwide campaign of anti LGBTQ incitement. Okay, so we are just going to assume that this shooter decided to go and commit a shooting on Friday night and or Saturday night. In order to prevent a drag brunch scheduled on Sunday or something. Maybe that's true. Maybe that's right. But I noticed that you're jumping real fast to that conclusion because again, the goal here. And it really is. It really is quite nasty. The goal here is to lump together. Everyone who says it is bad, we take a four year old to watch men dance around scantily clad in women's clothing. With people who murder people at gay clubs, Michelle Goldberg says during the early years of Donald Trump's administration, conservatives downplayed the contempt for homosexuality and gender nonconformity that had once been central to their movement for grounding racial resentment instead. Oh, it wasn't that they got more tolerant. It was that they actually decided on the racism instead of the homophobia, because species of evil. Opposition to gay marriage had become a political loser, it was hard to pose as champions of wholesome family values. While enthusiastically supporting a thrice married libertine who'd made a cameo in softcore porn, but in recent years, as growing number of kids started identifying as trans, the puritanical tendency on the right has come roaring back and puritanical. You see, to say that boys are boys and girls with girls and teaching them the opposite is evil. She blames Chris rufo. Of course, she blames Ron DeSantis, she blames Matt Walsh of the daily wire, she says, now that a mass shooting has drawn attention to the danger of the rights dehumanizing language, many of those who have demagogues about trans kids and drag queens are painting themselves as victims. And then she quotes me tweeting yesterday the quest by the democratic leadership and media to link a horrifically evil shooting at a Colorado gay club to anyone who doesn't support a progressive social agenda is ongoing and terrible for the country. This says Michelle Goldberg was an attempt to frame any call for tolerance and responsibility as intellectual bullying. Well, I mean, you are claiming that people are responsible for activities they did not call for. I really look forward to the next time God forbid there is an attack on sitting Congress members at a baseball game. Michelle Goldberg writing a piece about how Bernie Sanders rhetoric about healthcare is purely responsible for all of this. In an increasing climate of polarization and hate, Congress people are being murdered at baseball games. I don't see that coming from her. And the idea is you must mirror their priorities or you are responsible for murder. And part and parcel of this is downplaying

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News radio one O 5 9 WBBL. Signing up in the next half hour, the army veteran who subdued the suspect in the deadly weekend shooting at a Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub speaks out the latest ahead from CBS, and unusual incident in the sky forced a plane to make an early return to midway. This is Carolina garabet. Chicago airports are preparing to welcome over a million holiday travelers this weekend. The in sports bulls beat the Celtics one 21 to one O 7, AccuWeather sunny today and a high temperature in the afternoon all the way up to 48°, 27 now at O'Hare 36 lakefront and now CBS. This is CBS News on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage. I'm Stacy Lynn in Washington, a 45 year old army veteran is being hailed a hero after taking down a gunman at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs. Here's CBS Daniel backus. Richard fierro didn't think twice about stopping the gunman who opened fire in the middle of a Colorado Springs nightclub Saturday night. I'm not a hero. I'm just some dude. The U.S. Army veteran was at the club with his wife, daughter and her boyfriend, Raymond green Vance, Vance, along with Ashley Paul, Kelly loving, and bartenders Derek rump and Daniel astin were killed. My daughter got to spend her last day with him happy. 5 crosses have been placed here at the growing memorial outside of club cue. The Denver city and county building was lit up in pride colors overnight. A possible rail strike could happen in two weeks after the largest railroad workers union rejected a labor deal. Jeremy Ferguson is with the international association of sheet metal, air rail and transportation workers. It was profits above all else every quarter. They wanted to lower their operating ratios so they could please Wall Street. And they did not worry about pleasing their employees. I think a day of reckoning is common. A strike or lockout could happen as soon as December 9th. The roads are getting busy. The airports packed as millions of Americans head to their turkey day destinations. This data at the airport in Austin was waiting for his daughter

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

"Producers desk, his wired by IBW local 26, where electrical contractors come to grow. The Tuesday morning November 22nd, 2022, welcome in this early 4 a.m. hour to WTO P glad you're with us this morning. I've deemed lane daddy gellman. It was our producer. Bug the top stories were following for you as we do right into this early Tuesday morning together here at WTO P, CBS News brief murder charges filed against the man accused of killing 5 people in an LGBTQ club in Colorado. El Paso county die Michael Alice. It is important to let the community know that we do not tolerate bias motivated crimes in this community that we support communities that have been maligned, harassed and intimidated and abused. One person killed when an SUV crashed into an Apple store near Boston, CBS aero Barnett. Emergency crews raced to the wounded some victims were treated by first responders on the sidewalk, others were trapped. The nation's largest railroad union has rejected a contract offer. Union attorney Brad Edelman most railroad workers have no paid sick leave. And the experience of the pandemic obviously highlighted that as a major shortcoming of existing collective bargaining agreements. The Iran has begun producing uranium enriched to 60% of the plant that was reopened in 2019 after the breakdown of a global nuclear agreement. CBS News brief, I'm Christopher Cruise. I'm now four 33. The holiday travel week, this early Tuesday morning, the Thanksgiving holiday travel rush is already underway in both Maryland and Virginia are trying. They were told to make road travel easier for everybody this season in Maryland at the bay bridge heavy traffic is expected to start on Wednesday through next Monday. State highway officials say the best times for bridge travel are today this Tuesday then again on Thanksgiving Day proper Thanksgiving Thursday. Also remember that Maryland's newly expanded move over law is now on the books requires motorists to make a lane change or slow down when approaching any stopped standing or parked vehicle displaying hazard warning lights, road flares, and other caution signals. If you can not safely move over, slow down. And in Virginia tolls and HOV restrictions will be lifted on the 66 express lanes and talked about way between four 95 and route 29 in roslyn, which are operated during rush hours on weekdays only. HOV restrictions will be lifted on I 66 between route 29 in Gainesville and route 15 in haymarket as well, the Virginia Department of Transportation says it expects the busiest travel times to start later today, this Tuesday, and end this weekend

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dot com and the Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. Police in Colorado have identified the 5 people killed at an LGBTQ club late Saturday night, Colorado Springs police chief Adrian basque, named the deceased at the Colorado Springs club, but would not name the suspected killer. Too often, society loses track of the victims of these saddened tragic events in all the talk about the suspect. He also gave thanks to the two people who helped subdue the suspect, the El Paso county DA says charges have not yet been filed against the suspect, but he anticipates several will be filed soon once he's out of the hospital. Alabama's governor is temporarily suspending executions in the state following recent failed attempts. K ivy ordered the Department of Corrections to do a review of the state's execution process after two inmates avoided execution within a two month period. The Department of Corrections was not able to access the veins of the inmates, armored personnel carriers are being sent to the U.S. Mexico border, courtesy of the Texas military department, the agency will deploy ten vehicles to the border as part of operation lone star to combat the influx of illegal aliens, the agency is also increased aircraft flights and security efforts along the border. Triple-A is predicting this will be the third busiest Thanksgiving travel period ever, triple-A spokesperson Robert Sinclair says 54 million people will go 50 miles or more from home. I'm sure will be packed with traffic, particularly after 5 p.m. on Wednesday as commuters and holiday travelers mixed together. Air travel is expected to be up 8% compared to last year and the number of people taking a cruise is way up, triple-A says folks

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Media Withholds Race of Colorado Club Shooter

The Officer Tatum Show

01:23 min | 4 months ago

Media Withholds Race of Colorado Club Shooter

"I want to talk about this cute shooting club Q for a minute. This is a shooting that occurred over the weekend. And this is one thing that bothers me about the shooting that happened in Denver, Colorado, or as Colorado Springs, is that why don't we know the race of the shooter? This is the thing that bothers me. 5 people are dead, 25 more injured, the suspect is in custody. They call it a mass shooting, it's at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs. And they can tell you, all these details, even one of the victim's mother has come out and they've interviewed her, they can tell you, they can give you all of these details, but why don't they give you the race of the killer? Probably because he wasn't black. I mean, probably because he wasn't white. This is, hey, if somebody got a picture of this guy, I could be wrong, right? I could be wrong. But I look for it. I'm looking at his name. I'm looking for pictures of the suspect, and I haven't seen any. If anybody got some pictures of the person, you know, let me know, but I haven't seen any pictures of him and not one article that I have read. Have I seen any mention of his race? Any mention of his political affiliation.

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

"And 5 bias crime charges. Now, when I say bias crime, I would say the colloquial way of referring to that here is hate crimes. And most certainly they have initiated those preliminary charges based on the fact that this shooting occurred in an LGBTQ+ nightclub. What do we know about this suspect have police been able to talk to him? I don't believe the police have been able to talk to him. After the shooting incident, he was injured when he was subdued by club patrons. And he was taken to a hospital. I can tell you that he's 22 years old, his name is vanderson, or Andy Aldridge. We spoke with a former neighbor of his today who told us quite a few interesting things. He hung out with Aldridge. He said they both shared a common passion for gaming. He said that Anderson, I'm sorry, Anderson Aldridge can function in him that he was a former user of opium and was addicted to heroin at one point and later went on detox and was drug free as far as he knew. We talked about a lot of other things, including the arrest of Aldrich last year in which he was taken in the custody following a threat of using a bomb and weapons against his mother. Michelle. Now, two people are being credited as heroes in the club Q shooting. What do you know about them and what they did that night? Well, it was very fortunate that these people did what they did. We are told that the gunman came in, started firing the shooting didn't last maybe much more than a minute. And at that time, too club patrons went up, took a gun away from the alleged gunman and hit him over the head with it, knocked him to the ground and sat on him until authorities could arrive. And these people are credited with action that most likely saved who knows how many lives. That is an incredible, incredible move on their part. Yes, one of them is a former army officer. And he has said that it was like being in combat and he reacted instinctively. Well, before I let you go, how is the Colorado Springs community responding to this? Well, we just left the scene of where this all occurred at club Q and there are dozens and dozens of people walking around looking at the makeshift memorial, they have handles. They have signs. They have pride flags. The city of Colorado Springs has opened up what they call exposed to make people aware of the various services, including counseling that are available to them. And of course, there are funds for the victims and their families that have been started. Well, Rick, thanks so much for taking some time with us. Thank you. That is Rick Salinger with Casey and CTV in Colorado Springs tonight. It's 8 36. Honey, I did it. You did what? I switched us to T mobile. Really? Did you see those rate hikes from AT&T and Verizon this year? With T mobile's price lock guarantee, they won't raise our rates for talk text and data, ever. T mobile won't raise the rate. Ever

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:00 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Beijing facing a severe headwind in any efforts to try to loosen the COVID zero policy. Let's get over to San Francisco. Ed Baxter has global news Anthony. Yeah, rich health officials are saying the new COVID surge is in quotes most severe. Beijing will require all arrivals now from November 22nd to take three PCR tests within the first three days, and then stay home until they get negative test results. Meanwhile, neighboring city as shija as Citi rumored to be a test case for China dispensing most restrictions is now change course and is suspended the school's lockdown university and ask residents stay home for 5 days, potential sign that officials are reverting to tighter COVID zero curves as the case is multiply. Circumstances surrounding Hong Kong chief executive John Lee's positive test for COVID coming out. He tested positive at the airport after returning from apec where he did meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping and other global leaders. New York mayor Eric Adams says possible attacks against New York synagogues are Jewish centers are thwarted over the weekend. Adam says he's seeing a trend though. This hate can not be allowed to take hold and build and gain further ground. Two men are in custody, prosecutors say they were found with a Glock, semi-automatic firearm, a large hunting knife, a black ski mask, and Nazi armbands. Adams praised police MTA and the FBI for thwarting the attack. Suspect in the weekend shooting that killed 5 and injured more than two dozen at the LGBTQ nightclub in carotid Colorado Springs as being charged with suspicion of murder and hate crimes, Colorado senator John hickenlooper says the community is paying for the rise in hate and bigotry with their lives. It is so frustrating that we still make this into a political discussion. And we're way past when we should stop politicizing it, and we should come together and look at, do we need more red flag laws? How do we make those fair, protect people's civil rights? He says the law is just simply need to be changed. Iran's football team refused to sing their national anthem at the opening of the World Cup game against England today, a gesture interpreted as a pledge of support for anti government protests back home. And there's a lot of debate within the Republican Party as to what to do about Donald Trump's run for president. Party traditionalists have come out almost unanimously saying that he must not be the party's nominee that it will lead to disaster today on balance of power Bloomberg's journey San Zeno says the base though is standing pat. If the primary base sticks with him and you've got 16 Republicans in this thing, he could very well win the nomination in 24 again. And that's a big problem for Republicans as we've heard over the weekend. And so watch for the Republican Party to try to change the rules, so there's a one on one contest and some de can take him on directly versus having him go against the 16 that he did last time knocking him out, you know, one name call at a time and ending up the winner with 32%. Now this will require a change of party rules in San Francisco. I'm at Baxter. This is Bloomberg. All right, so here in New York we have Ann berry with us. Our guest for the half hour and is founder and managing partner at thread needle, and it's pleasure to see you in person after we've moved beyond COVID and the situation that we've been in for nearly the last three years now. I want to begin with the Disney story because one of the things that struck me was this move on the part of an activist fund try and fund management. They picked up a position in Disney before the last earnings report. In the days following, I should say, and we know that was a huge disappointment. When it comes to an activist looking at a company like Disney, give me a little bit about what the thinking is, how an activist investor approaches a situation like this where you need to create change in order to realize value. It's really important to try and it's not just any activist investor. This is Nelson peltz. So as you look at someone who's really been in this game for a long time, this really is one of the more forward leaning. When activists look to take big positions in companies and in this case, try and take about $800 million into Disney. Those funds are looking at these public companies really in the same way that the private equity industry would think about taking private one of these businesses. They're looking to take out costs very aggressively. They're looking at capital allocation and return on equity when these businesses in a much more forward leaning fashion. And they're looking at ways to turbocharge revenue growth in a cost efficient way, all the same ways that private investors assess companies. But it's a little bit of a different mindset when you're looking at the public space. Give us an idea of what is different then if you don't mind now. Sure, well, if you were to think about the way in which private equity looks to create change in their portfolio, we do it without having to worry about near term impacts to earnings per share. We do it without having to worry what the public gaze means in doing some very difficult things in restructuring in headcount reduction. And so when you're doing this in the public domain in response to having an activist, you're doing things that are a sort of uncomfortable as a public company with a lot more urgency and where you're having to go to the analyst the research community and say have patience with us as we take some near term losses to get these longer term gains. It's a very different way of looking at public marketing. I'm going to put you in a tight spot very quickly. We'll continue the conversation in part two, but would you expect bob Iger to make some major changes now that he comes back? Doug, I think he's absolutely no choice but to do it and it's just as we were coming on air I at least saw something trending still to be verified that notices already going out to Julie employees

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Police chief on Club Q shooter: "An evil person"

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Police chief on Club Q shooter: "An evil person"

"5 victims of a shooting at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs over the weekend or being mourned as police continued to investigate motive Sabrina Aston's 28 year old transgender son Daniel worked at club Q and was killed in the shooting It's just a nightmare that you can't wake up from The shooter armed with an AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle subdued by patrons investigators still determining motive but not Aston I'm almost positive It's a hate crime Because it's the anniversary of the Orlando

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

"In the who's playing the trophy. It has been UVA strong all weekend long in Las Vegas. It means a lot after the incident, you know, we came together as a team, but also I feel like the community came together as a whole. And I feel like this when we play for them. Turn them in MVP Reese beekman with stadiums, Jeff Goodman, as UVA beat Illinois in the final elsewhere, Maryland beat Miami 88 70 that the title game of the Hall of Fame tip off, women's hoops, Maryland a winner at Baylor. Then raby WTO sports. The top stories were following for you today on WTO P. The Colorado Springs police chief says a rifle and another gun were found at the scene of a mass shooting at an LGBTQ club late Saturday night, 5 people were killed 25 injured before the shooter was subdued by what police call heroic actions of customers in the club. A victim of Giles Warwick, the man dubbed the Potomac river rapist, says as much as she wants a day in court with her attacker, it will be different, a different type of closure now that he's dead. Warwick was found dead in his jail cell in D.C., officials believe he died by suicide. And the 2022 World Cup is underway the first game between host country Qatar and Ecuador took place Sunday morning. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. And in Atlanta sentencing began today for two former reality TV stars. Todd and Julie chrisley, who have been found guilty of a variety of crimes including defrauding banks and the IRS out of at least $30 million. Traffic

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:56 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

"The top stories were following for yuan WTO. Police in Colorado Springs say they found a rifle and another gun at the scene of a mass shooting at an LGBTQ club, 5 people were killed in 25 injured before the shooter was subdued by what police call the heroic actions of customers at the club. The 22 year old suspect is accused of going into the club and immediately firing at those inside. The 2022 World Cup is underway with the first game between the host country Qatar and Ecuador taking place Sunday morning. The controversy lace tournament began with a historic loss for Qatar making it the first time a host team lost its opening game in the World Cup. And at least ten major Republican White House prospects stepped to the stage over the weekend at the unofficial opening of the next presidential primary season in Las Vegas. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. And it's three 17 Jason David Frank, who played the green power ranger, Tommy Oliver on the 1990s children's series mighty morphin Power Rangers has died. He was 49 years old and there's no details on his death and his family members and friends have asked for privacy. Traffic and weather on the 8s to rich hunter in the WTO traffic center. All right, they were checking for a crash southbound on the Baltimore Washington Parkway in the area of one 75 still no word yet that they found anything but be aware you may still see some fire rescue apparatus running on both sides of the park by any area of one 75, so be careful. If you're traveling on the southbound side of the Parkway, beyond one 75, there was nothing else reported in your way, headed down toward the belt or even inside the beltway headed down toward the district during good shape, 95 south looks good, headed down toward the capitol beltway in college park. Two 70 south on they had been working up near route 85 Bucky's town pike and you were at one point down to a single left lane getting past the work sound beyond that, nothing else in your way headed down toward the beltway. Virginia bell by no issues on the outer loop between McLean and Alexandria, however, on the inner loop, the work remains between gallows road 9 66, where you're eventually down to one single length of the right to the work zone, and don't forget no access to the inner loop express lanes they are closed between the entrance and Springfield and the 66 interchange to keep that in mind. These bound 66, the two lanes actually in good shape between haymarket and roslyn. However, the express lanes are closed between the entrance and Gainesville and the fairfax county Parkway due to overnight work, and then the service roadway from 66 east to the fairfax county Parkway, you're down to a single right lane through the work zone in that, a service roadway, but the ramps to both northbound and southbound fairfax county park will remain open. Rich

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on WTOP

"Mortgage. I'm Tom foley and Washington. A 22 year old man is heard, but is now in custody. Allegedly after opening fire at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs, killing 5 people, injuring two dozen more. That before other club customers overpowered him and then hit him with his own gun. CDS news correspondent Janet chamley and is there. Authorities say the suspect, 22 year old Anderson Lee Aldrich was ultimately stopped by two club customers and arrested by police within minutes of the rampage. Police say at least two firearms were found at the club after the shooting, confirming the gunmen used a long rifle. The DA says investigators are working to determine a motive, and whether it should be prosecuted as a hate crime. Janet shenley and CBS News, Colorado Springs. Meantime, another mass killing in the mountain states is still unresolved and unsolved, the stabbings of four Idaho university students in a house near campus in Moscow, Idaho, CDS news correspondent Christina rafini is there. We talked to a mother who lived to her entire life. She has 7 children and she said for the first time they're locking their doors at night. She said her son goes to the campus here. He's worried she's worried not only about his safety, but who, among this tight knit community, could have committed this heinous crime. Snow, snow, and more snow, that has been the story in western New York for days now. Well, that Lake effects snowstorm is over, but there's a lot of shoveling ahead governor Kathy hochul. Someone who's from buffalo and has lived in upstate my entire life. We've seen a lot of snow, but when you hit 80 to 85 inches over the course of just a couple of days, no event, that is one to tell your grandkids about. And some there doubtless will. Well, the Disney entertainment giant is making some business news tonight. Make no different Disney's board wished upon its previous longtime star chief executive officer bob Iger bringing him back from two years of retirement to replace

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:38 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Adjourned with a deal to help poor nations with climate change costs, but no more movement on limiting fossil fuels. Powerful explosions shake the air around the zapper issue nuclear power plant causing damage at the site. China reports his first COVID related death in almost 6 months, some district residents told to stay home. Japan's cabinet approval rating rises four percentage points to 31%, 5 people have lost their lives in a massacre shooting and an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs 18 people were injured there. Former U.S. vice president Mike Pence says Donald Trump's activities leading to and on January 6th are indefensible. Growing concern on Capitol Hill about the Twitter meltdown, congressman Adam Schiff says a reinstatement of Donald Trump shows Elon Musk's erratic behavior and Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim says that he has the numbers to form a government and will get a chance to lead. In San Francisco, I met Baxter. This is Bloomberg. All right, back to New York. All right, Eddie, thank you. Let's get to the cop 27. We have a deal now that it included a historic provision to set up a fund to help some of the poor countries, those countries, especially that faced harm or are facing harm as a result of a changing climate going to take a closer look now with our guests Nikita singhal, who is a co head of a sustainable investment and ESG at lazard asset management she joins us. Here in New York and our studios, Nikita, thank you for being with us. Just give me your takeaway. When you look at the news that's trickling out of Egypt, the wrap up of a cop 27, should we take heart in a lot of this, is there an accomplishment that we should feel good about? Thanks for having me, Doug. Many are calling this the biggest win on climate since the Paris accord, which was in 2015. And this is primarily, as you said, because of the new funding agreement on loss and damage. I think it is a huge demonstration of solidarity and agreement from so many nations around the world to help developing countries that are perhaps going to face some of the largest physical impacts of climate change in the coming decades and we're starting to see that already. But I do think that there are many unknowns still, where will this money come from? What are the trigger points that are going to result in these payments? And then will it even be enough? I would actually like to point us to four seminal events leading up to cop that I arguably are as important if not more important than the cop decision itself. So the inflation reduction act that I'm sure you've talked about arguably the largest climate policy coming out of the U.S. in its history. The EU's energy policy response to the Russia Ukraine conflict, Australia's landmark climate Bill, and lastly, the election of president Lula in Brazil that might significantly impact the fate of the Amazon rainforest. So Nikita, how much is being done by individual countries as opposed to cop 27 mandates? Rashad, I think a lot of this is a combination of a few different factors. There is the personal desire to contribute and mitigate climate change because it is a global issue. It is not a regional issue, but a lot of it is also the opportunity for countries to emerge as leaders in an energy transition and a really good case in point is China, China is responsible for over 30% of emissions in the globe today, but when you look at cumulative emissions, it is still behind the U.S. and the EU, and a lot of the discussion at cop 27 was about this idea of cumulative culpability, IE, what should each country's fair share of decarbonization be? And for a country like China or individual countries around the world, they questions that we are asking as investors so as active fundamental investors at lazard, we're not positioned to ask or to think about what's right or wrong or what might be the right level of responsibility. Our fiduciary responsibility is to think about how will China respond to this pressure to decarbonize or not just China, any of the countries that partook in cop 27. Will it come with certain tradeoffs to socioeconomic development? And it's a good point. For a country like China, it's inextricably linked to rise in emissions, and lastly, but perhaps most importantly, how will these countries compete on the global stage when it comes to the energy transition? And the inflation reduction act is an example of where the U.S. has come in and said, we're here to compete. So so much of the conversation has centered around kind of reducing carbon admissions in the new technologies, whether it's wind, whether it's solar that you can put in place to kind of cover what had previously been polluting industry. I'm thinking of coal as a way of generating electricity. How much of the conversation though, if any of it centers on capturing emissions that are already out there, technologies that can be used to carbon sequestration, that type of stuff. Is this top of mind for people in your industry or are you more focused on alternative sources of energy? I think unfortunately the answer today is we need any and all solutions. And so it is top of mind of industry and also inevitably than of Wall Street and the financial markets. And a really good example, I think, Doug here has been the Ukraine Russia conflict because it's revealed the inherent challenges and the complexity of the energy transition. So fossil fuels are pervasive in our lives. It goes into everything from the plastic and our toothbrush to the agricultural equipment that helps grow the grains that you and I eat. And so with the Russia Ukraine situation, energy security has risen to the top just as we think about energy transition. But you're talking about hydrocarbons now, right? That's right. And I think and it is we are not in a position today where we can rid ourselves of this dependence on fossil fuels and there are technologies today like renewable energy that can help abate emissions to some extent, but we have to also start thinking about solutions to just remove the carbon from the atmosphere and you see provisions for that in the inflation reduction act that just came out of the U.S., which is already starting to have impact on valuations of companies and M and a activity because companies that are involved in carbon capture and storage are starting to become interesting, attractive opportunities. Is 1.5° actually realistic now. Have we gone too far? Do we have a plan B or even a plan C? So Richard, I will say that there are many experts on climate science and physicists who are now saying that it is almost impossible to reach a 1.5°, but I do think as investors again, our job is not so much to opine on what should happen, but it's more what is likely to happen and what has happened is with net zero or 1.5° gold, there has been this coalescing force of policy and investment in technology and even shifts in consumer behavior that is starting to impact the financial productivity of companies and their valuations and that is really exciting for us as investors and therefore still pertinent to us, even though we may never reach a 1.5° scenario. Are you going to expect a lot more in the way of evolution in terms of the financial architecture behind a lot of the technologies that you're describing? Could you clarify? Well, I've just more advancement in the way that funding can reach these companies or situations where you have a solution that you want to bring to market maybe that hasn't been thought of. Something that is maybe at the cutting edge is there going to be a way for companies to startups to access funding more easily? I do think I think that the Department of Energy has a fantastic loan program that is doing a ton of work there. There's also significant amount of fun flows into venture capital in the energy technology and clean technology space in particular. But I do want to make a broader point where we often think about clean tech as your wind turbines and you'd think of a typical company like a vesta or a Siemens gamesa. If you think more broadly, if you're looking at just pure play companies, renewable energy electric

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Of the stories we're following in the newsroom. At least 5 people are dead 18 others are wounded in overnight shooting at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs and investigation is underway after human rains were found in the north suburbs plus a string of robberies continued downtown, sports a black comics face the penguins and in college hoops, Illinois plays Virginia. We're looking at 19° right now in Chicago heading up to a high of about 34° with sunshine brisk and cold. It's 9 o'clock. There's radio. Despite 6 losses in 7 games, the bears are a fun team to watch right now. So I'm gonna blaze and make it. It's just crazy. You never know what you're gonna get worn, man. And just see what he's doing, it's amazing. Eddie Jackson admiring the performance of his bears quarterback Justin Fields. Bears radio welcome to the countdown to kick-off presented exclusively by hard rock casino, northern Indiana coming up. I'm going in there as a 12 year old going to see my favorite player Cam Newton, you know, take on the falcons in that place right now, you know, used to bless him. It's a Georgia homecoming for QB one is thoughts coming up Only 7 weeks remain for a rookie clash that has had its ups and downs. So like, you know, my truth, my full display of what I want to do, my skill set and team games and stuff a games, a greater game. Cornerback categorize hopes for the rest of the season next. And bears radio. News radio one O 5 9, WBBL.

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:44 min | 7 months ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg long. Some complicated international law issues here. What kind of docket is chief justice Roberts facing Interviews with prominent attorneys and Bloomberg legal experts. Joining me is Bloomberg news Supreme Court reporter Greg store. Neil devins a professor at William and Mary law school. And analysis of important legal issues, cases and headlines. Is this essentially the 5th circuit haunting? He has presided over a so called hot bench at the Supreme Court. Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio. Welcome to the Bloomberg law show. I'm Kimberly Robinson, and I'm Lydia Wheeler. We're in for June Grasso. Coming up in the show, we'll talk with legal reporter Holly Barker about what it takes to scrub old racist laws off the books. An attorney Wuhan will join us to discuss university's fight to block a LGBTQ club on campus. But first, we're joined by Chris strom, a reporter for Bloomberg news to discuss why the Justice Department is likely to wait until after the midterm elections to bring any charges against former president Donald Trump. Chris, thanks so much for being here. Thank you. So the Justice Department has two separate investigations ongoing into former president Trump that are happening at the same time, right? So can you start off by telling us what the government is after in each of these investigations? Yeah, so the most immediate investigation right now is the investigation into Trump having classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. The government has established that there were documents with classified markings at Trump's home and the Justice Department and the FBI are investigating whether the documents were mishandled and the classification levels of the documents. And they're also working in concert with the intelligence agencies to determine if any sources of methods were compromised. So that's the first one. The second investigation has been the ongoing investigation into the January 6th plot and to overturn the 2020 election. And in that investigation, one of the central elements being looked into is Trump's role in creating false selectors in swing states that would vote to certify for Trump as opposed to the winner of the election. It was Joe Biden. No, you reported that we're not likely to see any charges stemming from these investigations until after the midterm elections. Tell us why that is. There's two primary reasons that we're not likely to see charges anytime soon. The first one is that there's still an extensive amount of work that needs to be done. The government has said in court filings just recently that with regard to the investigations of the classified documents, they are in the early stages of their investigation. And new information continues to come forward. The government is still collecting evidence, reviewing evidence to determine the scope of any breaches. And there's just not there's still a lot of work for them to do in both the classified documents investigation in the January 6th investigation. The second reason is that the Justice Department also has a policy that no public actions should be taken in high profile cases right before an election that could be seen as influencing the outcome of that election. And the November elections are just around the corner. Traditionally, prosecutors have looked at that policy as taking place 60 days before an election, which in this case would be September 10th. Now, Trump isn't on the ballot, but Trump's candidates are on the ballot and Trump represents a very significant political force in this country under which people in the Justice Department believe that the policy applies to Trump in this case. So you mentioned this policy that the DoJ has haven't there been some pretty high profile times though in the past where the department has ignored. That policy. Yes. And department officials have come under criticism for doing so. The most one of the most notable ones was when James Comey, the former head of the FBI, revealed that the FBI was reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton ten days before the 2016 election. And so Comey was criticized really from all corners or making that decision in doing it in a way that it became public. And then also in the 2020 election, the former attorney general Bill Barr came out right in the days right before that election and said that it would be okay for U.S. prosecutors to begin to talk publicly about investigations into election fraud and their finding. The Justice Department recently enacted a new policy for political appointees that you wrote about. Can you tell us about that and who it covers? Sure. So traditionally, government employees face restrictions when the elections when the elections arrive. In the weeks leading up to an election, government employees have to follow certain rules in terms of participating in political events or attending political events. And there's a difference between what a career government employee can do and what a political point you can do. Somebody who's directly appointed into a political position by the president, what the adjustment department did just the other day was put new restrictions on political appointees prior to the up until now they've been allowed to attend political events in their personal capacity during their time off. But attorney general Garland put a bar on that and said political point these can not attend any political events at all, heading right before an election. That's Bloomberg news reporter Chris strome. Thanks for being on with us. Thank you. You're listening to Bloomberg law up next. We talk with Holly Barker, a legal reporter

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Epoch Times: Buena Vista Teahcers Hosted 'How to Run a GSA in Conservatice Communities'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Epoch Times: Buena Vista Teahcers Hosted 'How to Run a GSA in Conservatice Communities'

"Epoch times from Brad Jones to teachers from the Buena Vista middle school They let a workshop called how we run a GSA which is a gay student alliance in conservative communities That was their workshop How we run a gay straight alliance in conservative communities And they describe the obstacles they face as activist teachers in concealing the activities of these clubs from parents And in the audio clip one teacher advised other teachers who lead LGBTQ clubs to maintain an air of plausible deniability so they can play dumb if they are questioned by parents Do you hear what is happening They are literally codifying lying to you And their contradicting themselves Because they said this stuff wasn't happening They said it didn't even exist So you need to be really careful what clubs are your kids joining Ask them what they're talking about Y'all let me get a little Oprah on you If you're a teenager comes home and they don't want to talk to you and they just want to go their room or you're lame or you're dumb your dad jokes are dumb They never want to go out for a walk with you or they don't want to go to the movies with you Take them anyway That's their kids and it's their job to think that you're dumb But they're begging for you to push past their walls That's why these people get to be the ones who comfort our kids they get to be the ones standing on the other side of that desk looking at the mom like she's the enemy for caring for her daughter That's how they do

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California Mother Reacts to Her Child Being Coached Into Transgenderism at School Club

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

California Mother Reacts to Her Child Being Coached Into Transgenderism at School Club

"Of this mother in a California school who found out that her daughter was being coached into transgenderism that she was going to secret meetings basically at an LGBTQ club that wasn't called an LGBTQ club It was called something else and these teachers were admitting The Epoch Times is in Astoria on this and they have emails and communications between the teachers going well we obfuscate the name of this club so we don't alert parents She was coached into the transgender lifestyle right under the mom's nose And then she was helpless to address the issue You know what Let me let her tell her story and be prepared This woman is emotional And this is the Führer in the passion that every last one of us needs to have when it comes to what is happening in our public schools Go ahead and hit it Jim You allowed these teachers to open their passions teaching predatorial information to a young child a mindful child that doesn't even know how to comprehend it all Did you think the no parent would ever come forward You will not quiet me today I will stand here today and protect my child along with every other child who has not come forward yet Do they have psychiatry degrees that I was unaware of Because I didn't hire them They're nitpick my child's brain You took away my ability to parent my child Even before I had any knowledge you planted Steve's miss caldera and miss Barack mister brook and you missed staggering Your job was to educate my child in mount Science English et cetera Do your job and let me do mine And my child needed your aid and resources They pushed it in the face and tonight I will stick up

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"lgbtq club" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"lgbtq club" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"Dot org chart. Our first question today reminds me of a story that i just posted a few minutes ago. Out of loudon county. Virginia where. I actually lived for a few years right outside. Dc there and it's the it's the former location of the headquarters of of the colson center there in the prison fellowship building. It was a pe teacher placed on. Leave after this impassioned speech to the school board disputing the claims of transgenderism and it really brings up the fact john that schools are an enormous battleground on this issue and many other issues. And i don't think christians can say well you know We plan on pulling our kids out or home schooling number private schooling them and then just say it's not our problem like even if those things are true even if you are going to choose another option for your kids. It doesn't mean that you don't care we pay taxes. Were part of the community and these kids are neighbors. So it's a big deal and to that end. We have this this question that it's got a lot to do with the same issue so i'll read it and We'll tackle this one because it's something that every community in this country is going to have to think about sooner or later is person writes in our school started a gay straight alliance club about ten years ago from what i know. It started because a young man move to our community for a year who identified as transgender. He pressured the school to start the club. And then mysteriously moved. We have a rural community. And the whole thing seems pretty fishy to me but the club has been operating for ten years. Now in this group has solicited local businesses to help fundraise for the youth involved in the gay straight alliance. I'm wondering what my response should be as a believer. There is a gathering at a local brewery that is obviously restricted against the youth. Meaning kids impacted by. This can't attend the fundraiser. Because it's a brewery it states at the age restriction. Twenty one on the flyer. Another business is hosting a drag show limited again to adults over the age of eighteen. I'm really tempted to print flyers and sit down with local business members to educate them on transgenderism in youth. I appreciate your recent commentary. I think this was a point on sweden ending prescribing of puberty blockers. I think i should be active in my community regarding this. And i think my local business leaders are simply ill-informed. What would be the appropriate way to address this in our community. And what resources can you point me to. As we prayerfully engage with this with the appropriate reaction is to address it. And that's what i love about this. Actually this is one of the underlying Emerging stories of the loudon county p. e. teacher f- has picked up his case sins representing him in a wrongful leave or wrongful termination suit But this man's church has come out in incredible support for his For his testimony there at the loudon county school board and that's unusual You know we talked about this a number of times that there's a many churches that say things like when they make us host to same sex wedding or they make me as a pastor beano do x. y. or z. Will stand up but what that does is it. Leaves completely isolated. The person in your congregation like this teacher who has a calling from god. Who's trying to live out his faith where he has been placed and really communicates that well. His job is not really ministry. But mine is. Because i'm a pastor that's a theologically wrong position. The reformation was about that among other things this idea that all callings are sacred that all of life is lived before god that every christian is on mission. This is kind of core to what it means to follow..

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