29 Burst results for "Lisa Monaco"

The Left Always Looks After One Another...

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:39 sec | Last month

The Left Always Looks After One Another...

"The left they always look after one another. For Lisa Monaco, venita Gupta Christian Clark Kenneth polite Matthew graves, they've bought into this machine mentality. This idea of building a machine is very difficult for conservatives. We have too much of a flair for liberty and freedom to say, oh, yeah, you know, I'm gonna basically sacrifice my own individual autonomy and my decision making to be part of a mindless Borg machine that tries to remove and eliminate my political opponents. That's a very difficult thing for conservative temperamentally and philosophically to engage and believe in. We don't really like tyranny very much. Why would we want to be part of it?

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Kash Patel: No Surprise John Carlin, Lisa Monaco Are Top DOJ Officials

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | Last month

Kash Patel: No Surprise John Carlin, Lisa Monaco Are Top DOJ Officials

"Minute I heard cash Patel say these two names this weekend on Maria bartiromo I knew I knew I'm like deep state back again Here we go He also mentioned something about these Russia gate documents too which was fascinating I want you to check this out This is cash Patel on Maria bartiromo this weekend Take a listen You know me as a former national security prosecutor in the national security division where this case is being run out of It's no surprise that the likes of John Carlin who was the assistant attorney general for national security who authorized a russiagate hoax to begin with is now the number three official at DoJ and Lisa Monaco is the number two official who was his superior back then These folks and this is the thing I want to stress with Now that this is a quote unquote ongoing FBI counterintelligence investigation they will come out to the American public and be able to say ongoing CI investigation you will never be allowed to see the Russia gate docs or any other docs at president Trump Lawfully declassified and they will hide it from the public and Congress as a monumental lift ahead of them come November They better start subpoenaing these documents immediately and putting these people before the American public Wait wait wait time out TO baby TO You're telling me the same people involved in spygate From the Obama Biden administration and the Department of Justice there Are the exact same people now raiding Donald Trump's house

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Insider (2021): Mueller's Proteges Are Landing Top Spots in Biden DOJ

The Dan Bongino Show

00:58 sec | Last month

Insider (2021): Mueller's Proteges Are Landing Top Spots in Biden DOJ

"I'm using lefty resources for a reason So when you want to sit here and moan it's a conspiracy Really His Business Insider Bob Mueller's proteges are landing top spots in the Biden Justice Department Lisa Monaco is among the former aides of Robert Mueller joining the Biden Justice Department She's the one right now at justice that oversaw this rate of Mar-a-Lago She was bob Mueller's buddy She worked with him too She was one of his age just like John Carlin She was also in the Obama Biden White House as they were spying on Donald Trump Folks this is not This isn't chess it's not like this is like connect four when you were like 9 and ten years old and we did board games before there was the Internet This isn't complicated Again they're not hiding this They are overtly going after Trump and using the same trusted confidants Why

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Who Is John Carlin?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | Last month

Who Is John Carlin?

"So John Carlin and Lisa Monaco and Merrick Garland are running this hit on Trump Again this other one out of DoJ Who's John Carlin What if I told you that John Carlin and Lisa Monaco were close confidants of bob Mueller You'd be like no way So just to be clear John Carlin who was in the Justice Department when they authorized the spying operation on Donald Trump under Obama Biden Is the same guy who was a very close pal to bob Mueller who then investigated Trump for the fake charges the DoJ with Carlin in there made up about Russia Who is now the same guy in the DoJ now that authorized a raid on Donald Trump whereas cash said to potentially seal away russiagate documents Trump may have yes that's exactly what I'm telling you

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Night. Today's the big 6 O, is it? Today is the big 6 O and I'm celebrating by taking a car down to Comic-Con. However, if it's as Mar-a-Lago on the side, I'm not getting in. Good night, folks. You're going to the nerd. You're going to go nerd out. I'm going to go nerd out. I'm going to be a part of the SpongeBob world panel on Thursday at from three 30 to four 30. I think it's room 68 B check out my Twitter, but okay. So I'm going to nerd out. Say hi to Tom Kenny for us. Say hi to Tom Kenny for us. Oh, happy anniversary to Jill telly and Tom Kenny, because every year on my birthday, Tom's birthday is July 13th. He's exactly one week older than I am, stalker much. They never get to celebrate their anniversary. So happy anniversary to Jill talley and Tom Kenny. You hear it here. Yay. Right? Kylan Reno, the city, not the 9-1-1, would like to say happy birthday to Carlos hi Kyle. Hi, how are you? First time caller. And excuse me, but hello? Hello. All right. Okay. Yeah. I'm gonna see Paula later today. I'll tell her you said hello. You are a very good-looking 60 year old. Myself, I'm a little over 60, but I look like a died a decade ago. Oh no. Let's just put it this way. I'm going to stay on the line now until you hang up on me because you seem not to appreciate it when people say, I'm going to hang up down and take your answer off the air. I'm just going to hang out. And I say, I'm fantastic question and great inquiry. And I appreciate the phone call. Exactly. Indiana. Oh, speaking of it's nerd week for you, Comic-Con today. Nerd week for us, J 6 hearing tomorrow. Yes Or J 6? Yeah. Well, listen, I was just saying, it's not just what these Monaco said, but also I think that I have confidence we are going to get the I don't know, you probably know from your experience on Reno 9-1-1. They are going to get these Secret Service texts, right? I mean, you can't get them. Yeah, we got ways. We got screwdrivers, pliers. We got moles. We hire a small people from across the border to go in there and get those machines. That's how you get in the cloud, but okay. All right. Yeah. And then also, I think Lisa Monaco saying, you know, putting everybody at ease. Isn't that what Travis everyone's been screaming about that has been veruca salting like me is just if they would say something. So we know that they are investigating even though we know they can't talk about that. That's the whole point of being a good investigation though. You don't know what's happening. Yeah. Man, pets could read the room though. Talk about life preservation, man. Yeah. Oh my God. Mike Pence, well, I mean, they're going to subpoena him, I think, at some point that J 6 committee. You know, Trump wanted to, yeah. If Trump wanted to do it right, he should have said, you know, Michael, somebody's in there with your wife right now. There's another man in the Secret Service limo. I don't know, she could be sharing it innocently, but many people have said something's going on with your wife in

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Found you Hello Here I am Okay Let's get right to it because I need every second with you You tweeted listening to Merrick Garland obviously with a prosecutor's ears and given the publicly available evidence about Trump It's hard to view this as anything other than a statement that DoJ is investigating him but we still don't see signs of an investigation that we'd expect to if it were happening So what did you take from what he said and what is happening Look I think we have to accept the fact that we don't know for sure We don't see traditional signs of grand jury investigation going on I would think that if you know I'll use Ivanka Trump as a marker If she got a subpoena to a grand jury we would know because she would be protesting it But Merrick Garland is an old hand at DoJ He knows how to run a slow and steady investigation And he is saying things that are consistent with a traditional investigation where you start with the lowest folks on the criminal food chain you roll your way up using cooperators and gathering evidence And you end up with the most culpable people and Merrick Garland is sending every signal that that's what he's doing Yeah you tweeted Trump is caught in the middle of the evidence of the January 6th committee's releasing and the DoJ's own progress prosecuting up the chain towards leaders of the insurrection It reminds me of like an old Batman episode where it seems like the one wall is closing in on the spiky other one Is that what we hope is It's exactly I love that Batman episode right We're Batman's trying frantically to push his arms out to keep the walls from closing in I think that's probably how Trump feels at Mar-a-Lago all joking aside because you've got the January 6th committee publicly putting evidence together and labeling Trump's activity in connection with the big lie criminal And at the same time you've got DoJ where you know we get these little inklings of investigation For instance the fact that one of the first things that the Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco did when she took over was authorize some seizure work involving some telephones that might have interesting information Those of Sydney Powell the kraken lawyer So we do see a lot of signals of activity We don't see indictments That's not necessarily a bad sign Michael Flynn took the 5th as we know before the January 6th committee as I believe Trump said only the mob does correct Only when you're good But it's great that after pleading guilty in open court twice to making false statements and having to get a pardon to get out of Dutch that Michael Flynn has finally learned you shouldn't lie under oath So there's progress in American jurisprudence for you You also tweeted it's going to get intense one of federal judge rules the committee is entitled to see eastman's emails That's the guy who authored the coup memo because the evidence suggests Trump was climbing with eastman not getting legit legal advice So the judge tell us where that is He's reviewing the emails correct Yeah the judge is now reviewing emails in camera That means he's just doing it on his own without making him public to determine whether the committee is entitled to them And look there are a couple of paths here stuff The one path forward the easy path is if the court says eastman has failed to establish that he was Trump's lawyer So there's no attorney client privilege and the committee can see all of these emails That's one path But the path that the January 6th committee lays out as an alternative is that even if eastman was Trump's attorney these emails are outside of the attorney client privilege because that privilege doesn't shield criminal conduct And what eastman and Trump were cooking up was a criminal conspiracy to obstruct the certification of the 2020 election and the committee is entitled to all of that evidence And if the committee is entitled to all of it so is DoJ We Okay also I just like that you called Stephen Miller or mama's boy on Twitter Stephen Nolan Okay but look true confessions I keep all of my kids on our plan just because it's cheaper and it also means they have to respond to my text messages So I have a little bit of sympathy for mama Miller here Okay but isn't he a grown man with a wife and child Okay You would think that would be the cutoff right At least the point at which he gets married And according to my children don't get married or you lose your phone coverage Yeah you said bad luck mama's boy is going to see a lot of his records go to the committee despite his lawsuit I mean you know it's hard not to take away that they're obviously hiding something I mean what Flynn is taking the 5th on is The White House meeting at which they discuss seizing voting machines right And declaring state of emergency martial law whatever Yeah so let me make a really important point here These people do have a legitimate Fifth Amendment right to assert You don't have to incriminate yourself with your own testimony But the fact that they're all asserting the Fifth Amendment because they believe they do have criminal exposure means that DoJ had better be investigating them Otherwise they're just getting a free pass here And so if in reality DoJ is not going to prosecute these folks they need to convey that to the committee And then the committee could compel their testimony You know if they're not at risk of prosecution then they can't assert a Fifth Amendment right Right As long as that doesn't happen I got to believe DoJ is at least contemplating Investigation quickly Can I say thank you you've joined the amicably amicus reef arguing that the Texas law that criminalizes gender.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:49 min | 8 months ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Carnegie Moscow center Thank you so much I really appreciate it Thank you Prosecutions of white collar crime have been declining for years but the Justice Department is trying to change that NPR's Carrie Johnson reports Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco says there's a simple reason why she's put a spotlight on corporate wrongdoing If a corporation breaks a law if they're executives or their employees break the law and there isn't accountability Well then people are going to lose faith in the justice system Monaco brings special insight to the challenge as a young lawyer she worked on the enron task force Prosecuting executives at the company that collapsed under scrutiny of its finances Years later in the private sector she sat on several corporate boards That experience letter to pay special attention to a company's culture This is about paying now and investing in compliance and rule following and setting that tone from the top or paying later when the Justice Department conducts its investigation and imposes consequences the Justice Department has embedded a squad of FBI agents alongside prosecutors in Washington who build fraud cases Monaco directed those investigators to consider the full range of a company's misconduct Past and present We are very very serious about imposing consequences for repeat offenders DoJ is also requiring companies to turn over information about all of the employees who took part in fraud and to focus on individual accountability That makes sense to Shireen a body She spent ten years investigating complex financial crimes for the FBI People don't understand why the CEO didn't get in trouble and yet the company has some mark on the record and the seed can just go work somewhere else The body helped build the bank fraud case against political consultant Paul Manafort before she left to join the investigations company Kroll These cases take a long time because you got to get it right There's a lot of work to be done It's not like in the movies where you have a search warrant and you get the information back the same day In fact a body says untangling complex financial schemes can take so long that they span presidential administrations when priorities can change Policy is one thing And how that policy actually plays out is another Jeff Hauser directs the revolving door project where he follows corporate and political corruption He wants to see justice unleash its power to police corporate wrongdoing the kind that hurts people every day What happens Boeing planes don't fly Flint water kills Wells Fargo cheats This is happening across the economy and it's bad Hauser says that kind of accountability is long overdue Carrie Johnson NPR.

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 Suspected hackers arrested in global ransomware crackdown

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

Suspected hackers arrested in global ransomware crackdown

"European security officials say two suspected hackers have been arrested in a global ransomware crackdown the arrests were part of a seventeen country operation involving the U. S. something deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco appeared to foreshadow within eighty P. interview last week in the days and the weeks to come you're going to see more arrests more seizures officials say the two suspects are accused of ransomware attacks resulting in five thousand infections the justice department's been tried to address a ransomware wave that it calls a national security and economic threat Sager

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The Truth About January 6th With Julie Kelly

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 11 months ago

The Truth About January 6th With Julie Kelly

"More on the January 6th events with Julie Kelly. Let's pull out a little bit from what we've been discussing the concrete cases, individuals who need cancer treatment who aren't being given the requisite medical attention people who are now delayed in their trial until May of next year. I mean, that is police state tactics. You say there's one place that's helping them some of the relatives have got a fan together at patriot freedom project dot com. That's patriot freedom project dot com. When it comes to January 6th, let's zoom out a little bit. The GOP give us your take on the GOP's response to all of this. Well, I mean, with a few exceptions, no one has said anything. You know, I watched that hearing with Merrick Garland, not one Republican senator, confronted Merrick Garland about what his DOJ has been doing to over 650 Americans. I appreciate what Tom cotton said to Merrick Garland. I appreciate that every Republican senator asked him about the letter that he allegedly wrote, which I'm not even sure that Merrick Garland is in charge of the Justice Department. He believe it's least the Monaco who is the deputy. It's really wrong in the show. We know that. But look, Lisa Monaco almost got a unanimous vote from Republicans in the U.S. Senate, including Tom cotton, they put a known Barack Obama loyalist, someone who was a collusion perpetrator who said nothing but horrible things about Donald Trump for four years in between allow his presidency and now Joe Biden's they confirmed her. Put her in charge of the Justice Department. What do they expect Lisa Monaco is going to do? Of course she's going to use every weapon at her disposal to go after

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U.S. and Europe dismantle international dark web drug operation, arrest 150

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

U.S. and Europe dismantle international dark web drug operation, arrest 150

"Law enforcement officials in the US and Europe have announced a major internet drug trafficking bust a ten month international drug trafficking investigation spanned three continents nine countries and twelve law enforcement agencies it was dubbed operation dark hunt tore named for the Tor browser a specialized tool providing encryption and anonymity one hundred fifty dark net drug traffickers has been arrested around the world including sixty five right here in the United States deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said investigators found vendors running laboratories to create fake prescription pain pills enough Sentinel for more than four million lethal

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Sen. Hawley Grills Deputy Attorney General Monaco Over Meaning of 'Harassment' and 'Intimidation'

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Sen. Hawley Grills Deputy Attorney General Monaco Over Meaning of 'Harassment' and 'Intimidation'

"Unbelievable what's taking place here America I don't care what party you're in There should concern you enormously What's taking place here I want you to listen to this Here's senator hawley at the hearing today the Deputy Attorney General of the United States Lisa Monaco happened to be present cut 7 go His parents waiting sometimes for hours to speak at a local school board meeting to express concerns about critical race theory or the masking of their students particularly young children is that in and of itself is that harassment and intimidation is waiting to express one's view at a school board meeting harassment and intimidation As the attorney general's memorandum made quite clear spirited debate is welcome is a hallmark of this country It's something we all should engage in No I don't think that miss Monaco with all due respect it didn't make it quite clear It doesn't define those terms Nor does it define harassment or intimidation It talks about violence I think we can agree that violence shouldn't be condoned or looked aside from in any way swept under the rug at all but harassment and intimidation What did those terms mean in the context of a local school board meeting I mean this seems to me the First Amendment context we talk about the chill the chill to speech If this isn't a deliberate attempt to chill parents from showing up at school board meetings for their elected school board I don't know what is I mean I'm not aware of anything like this in American history We're talking about the FBI You're using the FBI to intervene in school board meetings That's extraordinary Et cetera I have to respectfully disagree That is not what me too an instance The

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The Musical Chairs Between Robert Mueller, John P. Carlin, and Lisa Monaco

The Dan Bongino Show

01:26 min | 1 year ago

The Musical Chairs Between Robert Mueller, John P. Carlin, and Lisa Monaco

"If you go to John Carlin's scam MPD, otherwise known as Wikipedia Page. You'll see on there. That him and Lisa Monaco traded spots in the higher up positions in the Department of Justice Quite often, Look at this. United States, assistant attorney general for the National Security Division. Mm. It was John Carlin. Who was he proceeded by Lisa Monaco, the same people investigating Trump the same person again again. It's my Gator. Here. Acting United States Deputy Attorney general John Carlin. Who succeeded him. Lisa Monaco. It's like musical chairs. Where the deep state then why do the same people keep turning up in these positions all the time? They're both back. Carlin was appointed back into the Biden administration. And so is Monaco. They were key players in the spiky thing, and they're investigating Trump again. For the same thing they did spying on Nunes. And his phone records. This is again think that that Oh, I'm trying to keep this show family friendly. The great fruits on these people. The Democrats don't care. They know the media cover for

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"We. So monaco named deputy chief of staff and counselor to fbi. Director robert mueller. Oh yeah look at that. Check this out. Look at that refugee director at the time. Robert s smaller. The third has appointed. Lisa monaco to be deputy chief of staff and counselor to the director. Monaco muller buddies remember monaco. Worked for anti weisman. Muller's pit bull on the muller special counsel remember. They worked together in the enron case. Oh he didn't know that lives lisa. Monaco should be embarrassed lisa. Monaco should be humiliated. She was a deep state spy gator. She was deeply involved with the obama administration collusion hoax. She was deeply involved with bob. Muller has a history with bob mueller lisa monaco involved in the collusion oaks in the obama. White house the spying operation on donald trump. dob bob mahler's former chief of staff of the muller special counsel. She's the one you put in charge. Are you trying to humiliate yourself. They don't care they are going to stick it right to you. Because the democrats play for keeps and republicans play for the washington post editorial column and you can never ever win that way. They are fighting. We'd glass on their gloves. And we're fighting with twenty ounce pillows on our hands know what's even more fascinating about lisa. Monaco how these people again. They all know each other. Isa monaco worked for bob mueller lisa. Monaco worked with andy weissman. Andy weissman was bob. Muller's pit bull lisa. Monica worked with kathy. Rummler president obama's lawyer in the white house on the enron staff. Remember that in the enron case weisman where they all got thoroughly rebuked. Remember that these people all know each other they stick together because they know they're all loyal to the cause and the causes. What destroying this country making it. A third world republic and weaponising the government to attack their political opponents and they all onboard little fired up. After last night's speech. I gotta get in the public last night. And whenever i give a speech at wake up the next day all fired up you know let me get to third sponsor because now i want to open that i mean this can of worms. Even you'll never believe who. Lisa monaco took the place of and who took her place. They just jump around in each other's positions here there is.

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Trump Administration, House Democrats House Intelligence Committee And Eric Swalwell discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Administration, House Democrats House Intelligence Committee And Eric Swalwell discussed on AP News Radio

"The justice department once an internal probe of revelations that the trump administration seized phone data from house Democrats house intelligence committee members Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell have been told the trump era justice department sees the data as part of an aggressive crackdown on leaks while the department routinely investigates leaks opening such a probe into lawmakers is extraordinarily rare a senior justice department official tells the AP deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco was asking the department's watchdog to investigate that comes after the Senate's top Democrats demanded trump attorneys general bill Barr and Jeff sessions testified about the seizures Sager made Ghani

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Feds Recover Some of the Ransom Paid to Colonial Pipeline Hackers

KIRO Nights

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Feds Recover Some of the Ransom Paid to Colonial Pipeline Hackers

"Recover most of the ransom payment made to hackers by colonial pipeline CBS as Jeff PJs, newly released To an online digital wallet operated by the cyber gang and then obtain the wallets private key, enabling agents to seize the buns. We turned the tables on dark side. Lisa Monaco is the deputy attorney general. The Department of Justice has found and recaptured the majority of the ransom Colonial paid Experts say they are fighting an uphill battle against Cybercriminals, which FBI director Christopher Wray compared on Friday to the 9 11 terror attack.

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US Launches Investigation Into Louisville Police Practices

C-SPAN Programming

02:10 min | 1 year ago

US Launches Investigation Into Louisville Police Practices

"Into Louisville's policing practices. The investigation comes as police in this Kentucky city are under fire after the March 2020 fatal shooting of Briana Taylor. She was unarmed and in her home while police were executing what's called a no knock search warrant. Good afternoon. I'm joined today by our recently confirmed Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and I recently confirmed Associate Attorney General. I need a Gupta. They are leaders of great ability and integrity. And I am very happy that they have returned to serve again at the Justice Department. The department is stronger or their presence. United States Department of Justice is a federal law enforcement agency comprised of thousands of law enforcement officers who collaborate with and support our colleagues throughout our nation's police departments. We are uniquely aware of the challenges faced by those Serve as police officers. You see their commitment firsthand every day, and we recognize the complex issues that make their already difficult jobs even harder. The Justice Department is also charged with ensuring that the constitutional and federal statutory rights of all people are protected. As I explained last week, Congress has authorized the department to conduct pattern or practice investigations. Help it fulfill that responsibility. Those investigations and the recommendations and actions that ensue do not only protect individual civil rights They also assist police departments developing measures to increase transparency and accountability. Those qualities are necessary to building trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve. And community trust is essential to making policing more effective and less dangerous or officers on the street. Today. The Justice Department

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"All right. Welcome back. It is Ben Ferguson show So nice to have you with us tonight. And if you just joined us Your domestic terrorists if you support the president now. Yeah, that just came in from MSNBC, your domestic terrorists and quote the laws we already have. Need to be applied to them white people. We're going full blown racist, and we're domestic terrorists on MSNBC. This happened moments ago. Take a listen to what they think of you if you support Donald Trump. Completely hamstrung by domestic terrorism because this stuff okay just happened for two seconds is like it's a really, really quick because Jason said something I'm coming to you, Ellie on this so you can answer this, But I do want to just let our viewers know because Jason reference them but need a Gupta, who is from the leadership conference. She was named Associate Attorney General Kristen Clarke, who is of course from the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and successfully sued the problem with this week, was named to leave the office. Civil rights and Lisa Monaco, who was well known for folks who follow the Obama administration. She's a veteran prosecutor and public servant. With decades of experience at the DOJ. She will serve as deputy attorney general. So, Ellie, please go ahead with what you're gonna say. Yeah, Look, the team is great Christian Clark's particularly is on it. Being a group has been one of my favorites for the Supreme Court short list for a while. It's a great team. What Jason said. Just so important. Domestic terrorism is our number one threat and we but I just want to add. We do not need new laws to deal with it. All right. We do not need new new federal legislation. We do not need a new surveillance state. Insurrection is already a crime. All right. Conspiracy to commit crimes are already crime. Felony murder is already a crime, but we need to do is not have a new surveillance State commission. What we need is to take the laws we already have. And apply them for white people for like once. Let's try taste just like chicken. Let's take the laws of God and apply them to white people and see what happens. But I'm just curious. Gonna ask this question. Why don't we take the laws on the books, apply them to the riots and looting and anarchy and this the new countries that were set up And the buildings that were occupied in the house that were occupied and the neighborhoods that were occupied and the blocks of city streets were occupied. During the sun er when we had looting and riding and murder Wait. I forgot. That doesn't help you get elect That isn't that isn't helping Get elected? Yeah, We got a silence that conservative. So we just say, Hey, let's take the laws we have on the books today and let's just let's let's do it. Let's take those laws. Apply them today to all these crazy white people out there. There is another part of the race car that was being played this week, saying, Well, if it was a bunch of black people that storm the cattle, they were all been shot. You know, the only person that was John Capital was a white woman. So spare me. The BS. I'll say it again. They're coming.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Don't dare call the protesters. They were a riotous mob. Insurrectionist. Domestic terrorist inauguration Day for President elect Biden just 12 days away, and more law enforcement will be presence securing America by this weekend over 6000 National Guard troops will be mobilized in Washington, D. C. After mobs breach Capitol Hill work has also started on what officials hope will be A non bridgeable 7 ft wall around the Capitol grounds, US Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy. These personnel and this security measures will be in place. For no less in the next 30 Days, D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser's declared a public emergency for the next couple of weeks in Washington. Jill NATO Fox News A. Biden keeps building his new administration. If confirmed what Island Governor Gina Rowe Mondo will become commerce secretary in the Biden administration. Ra Mondo is the first woman to serve as the state's governor. The president elect is also tapped Boston Mayor Marty Walsh for Labor secretary. Or a Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland will be nominated as attorney general and veteran prosecutor. Lisa Monaco of Massachusetts is presently by the choice for Deputy Attorney general. At the White House. Rachel Sutherland Fox is We'll get another update on the job market this morning expected to show US slowdown in hiring at the end of 2020 economists predict only about 70,000 people found new jobs in December, and the unemployment rate may have ticked up slightly. Wall Street could react to the report. For now, Stock futures have been rising. So our markets overseas after a record day, the Dow surged more than 200 points on NASDAQ in the S and P 500.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Tush small. Just like Daddy lacks it. Wait, but knsd am 7 92 sons most stimulating talk. President elect Biden has again condemned what happened at the capital on Wednesday. Don't dare call the protests. They were a riotous mob. Insurrectionist. Domestic terrorists. Inauguration Day for President elect Biden just 12 days away, and more law enforcement will be present securing America by this weekend over 6000 National Guard troops will be mobilized in Washington, D. C. After mobs breach Capitol Hill work has also started on what officials hope will be A non bridgeable 7 ft wall around the Capitol grounds, US Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy. These personnel and this security measures will be in place. For no less in the next 30 Days, D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser's declared a public emergency for the next couple of weeks in Washington. Jill NATO Fox News A Biden keeps building his new administration. If confirmed, Word Island Governor Gina Rowe Mondo will become commerce secretary in the Biden administration. Ra Mondo is the first woman to serve as the state's governor. The president elect is also tapped Boston Mayor Marty Walsh for Labor secretary. Or a Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland will be nominated as attorney general and veteran prosecutor. Lisa Monaco of Massachusetts is presently by the choice for Deputy Attorney general. At the White House. Rachel Sutherland Fox is We'll get another update on the job market this morning expected to show US slowdown in hiring at the end of 2020 economists predict only about 70,000 people found new jobs in December, and the unemployment rate may have ticked up slightly. Wall Street could react to the report. For now, Stock futures have been rising, so our markets overseas after a record day, the Dow surged more than 200 points. The NASDAQ and the S and P 500 also hit all time.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Jack Spear. Two months after the election, and a day after a violent pro trump mom invaded the U. S Capitol President Trump is for the first time acknowledging he lost the presidential election. NPR's Tamara Keith reports he issued a new video on social media. After weeks of misleading his supporters into believing there was a way to reverse the election, Trump has now come as close is he likely will to a concession. A new administration will be inaugurated on January 20th. My focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power. He added that he knew his voters may be disappointed, but urged Americans to unite. Earlier in the video. Trump responded to the insurrection that followed his remarks Wednesday, telling supporters to go to the capital. Like all Americans, I am outraged by the violence, lawlessness and mayhem. Trump did not acknowledge the role that his own actions played in Wednesday's events, Tamara Keith NPR news and further signs of distancing from President Trump to social media platforms. Facebook and Instagram now say they are silencing Trump's accounts all together for the remainder of his presidency. The actions committed time Trump, who has been holed up in the White House, and largely silence yesterday, storming of the U. S capitol by extremists loyal to him. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, saying the risk of allowing Trump used the platform is too great. Many of those involved in yesterday's violence communicated via Social Media. Twitter had it last word plan to restore the president's account, but had taken it down. Some of Trump's tweets weather, saying they violate the platforms rules. The chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee is pledging to advance President elect Joe Bynes nominees for the Justice Department. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports. Democrats will control the panel this year. Illinois Democrat Dick Durbin is applauding the selection of federal appeals Court Judge Merrick Garland to be attorney general. Durbin says the judge will bring integrity and credibility to the Justice Department after four years of turmoil during the Trump years. Urban says he'll give Garland a speedy confirmation hearing something Republicans deny the judge when he was nominated to serve on the Supreme Court in 2016. Biden will nominate Lisa Monaco to serve his deputy attorney general, describing her as a Trailblazer and national security. Monaco started her career prosecuting violent crimes in D. C. She rose to become president Obama's homeland security adviser. His deputy, A G shall manage the sprawling Justice Department. Carrie Johnson. NPR NEWS Washington nation's trade gap. The difference between what U. S companies send abroad and overseas firms ship the U. S Shores jumped by $68.1 billion in November. Commerce Department, saying the widening of the trade shortfall the biggest and 14 years reflected in 2.9% increase in imports of goods and services, swamping a much smaller rise in exports. On Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 211 points. This is NPR. Live from KQED News and Terrorist Siler. Much of America was glued to the TV and social media as a pro trump mob stormed the capital yesterday, but some Republicans in the Central Valley believe false conspiracies about the attack cuties Alex Hall has more outside Fresno AG, the hardware store in central Fresno. Bonnie Nutter called the events at the capital Wednesday. Disgusting. She thinks they painted an inaccurate picture of Trump supporters. I think a lot of it was antifa and be a lamb, stealing the trump legs and playing like they were trump people. Netters friend Joan Oaks, agrees. Despite President Trump's calls to supporters to go to the capital hopes does not believe his supporters led the mob. She still supports the president..

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Not continue in office. This is urgent. This is emergency of the highest magnitude. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says. If the vice president and Cabinet don't act, the House will move forward with impeachment. One House Republican Illinois, Adam Kinzinger is also urging the Cabinet to act. The 25th amendment allows the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet to declare the president unable to discharge the powers of the office. It is a step that has never before been taken. Lisa Thanks, Jared will the president elect, declining to weigh in on the push to remove the president, But he did condemn yesterday's attack again as an assault on democracy before moving on to introducing his pick for attorney General Yang Merrick. Garland will be the people's lawyer. The president elect, told reporters in Delaware. He will nominate the appeals court judge to lead the Justice Department. We need to restore the honor integrity. Independence. The Department of Justice in this nation, and this has been so badly damaged. Garland was denied the Supreme Court confirmation hearing after the death of Justice Anthony Scalia in 2016. Was like. Biden also chose veteran prosecutor Lisa Monaco of Massachusetts to be deputy attorney. General boxes. Racial Sutherland at the White House. Meantime, just getting word that the Trump legal team Has just dropped remaining election challenges in the state of Georgia. America is listening to Fox News. You're next. Fox News update in 30 minutes. No, your top local stories are on twin cities. News talk dot com Minnesota News Network I'm Bill Warner Democratic Senator Tina Smith is among those calling for President Trump to be removed from office under provisions of the 25th amendment to the U. S Constitution. This president continues to be a danger to our democracy. He said that he was committed to a peaceful transfer of power. But he continues to repeat this lie that the election was stolen when there is no evidence of any widespread fraud or any problems that would undermine the integrity of this election to invoke the 25th amendment requires consent of the vice president and the president's Cabinet. Former ambassador and national security advisor John Bolton argues such a move would do more harm than good. Governor Tim Walz urging legislative leaders to put into law core provision of his covert emergency orders that he says have been keeping Minnesota safe walls wants changes to unemployment insurance to allow more job seekers to receive timely support. He wants a mask mandate in public indoor spaces and indoor businesses. And he says the moratorium on evictions should be continued with, as he puts it, a specific timeline for its end. Tow avoid surprises and a surge in evictions. Comment expected soon from Republican leaders of the Minnesota Legislature. State Health Department is reporting 40 form or deaths from Cove in 19 and just over 2000 new cases in Minnesota. 91,000 vaccinations have been distributed so far,.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Losi says. If the vice president and Cabinet don't act, the House will move forward with impeachment. One House Republican Illinois, Adam Kinzinger is also urging the Cabinet to act. The 25th amendment allows the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet to declare the president unable to discharge the powers of the office. It is a step that has never before been taken, Lisa Share it with the president elect, declining to weigh in on the push to remove the president, But he did condemn yesterday's attack again as an assault on democracy before moving on to introducing his pick for attorney General Yang Merrick. Garland will be the people's lawyer, the president elect told reporters in Delaware. He will nominate the appeals court judge to lead the Justice Department. We need to restore the honor. Integrity. Independence. The Department of Justice in this nation, this Spence so badly damaged. Garland was denied the Supreme Court confirmation hearing after the death of Justice Anthony Scalia in 2016. President. Biden also chose veteran prosecutor Lisa Monaco of Massachusetts to be deputy attorney. General boxes. Racial Sutherland at the White House. Meantime, just getting word that the Trump legal team Has just dropped remaining election challenges in the state of Georgia. America is listening to Fox News. Next on the house of Broken Dreams. You'll meet one of Jennifer Cassie's best friends who takes us back to the day Jennifer disappeared. We all knew something was very wrong. This'll wasn't anyone that would Ever just leave or not contact. There's no way and obviously it was for the reason it is still today that someone abducted her or something happened to her available now.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. ABC spoke with people who were flying over the weekend despite all the, uh you know, best efforts of people toe mislead. Things are looking good. I felt like I really wanted to see him and it was worth the risk. The director of Public Health and Illinois doctor and goes ee Zika is sounding the alarm about holiday travel. If we love Grandma, there's no better way to say that then to stay put and give her our best love and attention virtually Biden Transition team is weighing attorney general contenders led by Lisa Monaco, who held key national security posts in the Obama administration and Sally Yates, who gained fame when she was fired by President Trump, according to people familiar with the matter. Other candidates under consideration include Alabama Senator Doug Jones, who lost his reelection bid, and former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. President Trump continues his legal efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election. Trump is appealing a federal judge's dismissal of his campaign effort to block the certification of votes in Pennsylvania. The state of Georgia will count its ballots for a third time. Following President Trump's formal request for a recount. Gabriel Sterling is George's voting system implementation manager. I don't anticipate it changing things because the recounts in general don't check change outcomes when they're in the margins are this large, nearly 13,000? Senator Lisa Murkowski, Republican of Alaska, called on President Trump and his legal team to end their court fights on the 2020 election and begin the transition process. Hong Kong activists Joshua Long and former Demi Sisto party members Agnes Chow and Ivan Lamb. Plan to plead guilty to all charges related to a siege of police headquarters in June last year. Immediate detainment could follow, according to Wong. Global news 24 hours a day on a run on quick take by Bloomberg, powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Mark Mills, this is Bloomberg. All right, mark. Thank you. Well over the weekend, the U. S National Security adviser Robert O'Brien met with leaders in Vietnam and expressed Actually a desire to see the Vietnam knees curb illegal re routing of Chinese exports, O'Brien told the Vietnamese leaders to purchase more U. S goods at the same time, and he was referring to things like liquefied natural gas as well as military equipment. This would be a one way to avoid U. S tariffs. Unclear is to how things may change with the new administration, you know was earlier this month of Commerce Department imposed Eliminate airy anti subsidy duties on the Vietnamese cars and truck tires, citing the nation's undervalued currency, among other reasons, All right, let's get to global sports. We've got Dan Schwartzman with us Barcelona I guess the injuries are piling up, huh? Big time dug their concerns have grown defenders Gerard Piquet and Sergi Roberto. Both will miss significant time with injuries suffered in Saturday's one nil lost Atletico Madrid. Case out the.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Airborne you knew on February 7 you told Woodward how it transferred from person to person. Any air Wass Why did you not come to the podium in column yesterday? I thought that was bad, because this is stuff that everyone knew. There's a report that I have here some place where China said it was airborne earlier than The statements I made people note was there, boy, This was nothing. This was no big when I say it was airborne. Everybody knowed was there, boy. This was no big thing. You read the reports, China came out with a statement that it was an airborne disease. I heard it was an airborne disease. I assumed it early on. The fact is, there has to be a calmness. You don't want me jumping up and down screaming. There's going to be great death is going and really causing some very, very serious problems for the country. If Woodward thought What I said was bad then he should have immediately right after I said it gone out to the authorities so they can prepare and let him know. But he didn't And he said he didn't think it was bad. He actually said he didn't think it was that bad things whose bed where the fake news media because they take it and they try and put it a certain way. If Bob Woodward thought it was bad, then he should have immediately gun out publicly, not wait for months. You know he's had that statement for four months, maybe five months. He's had it for a long time. And Karl Rove took us to a nice stroll through history about what Joe Biden and other Democrats were saying about the Corona virus at the same time that they were accusing Donald Trump of ignoring the seriousness of the crisis. Listen to this. I'm interested in what did Joe Biden know? And when did you know it? And what was he thinking at the time this Corona virus came on because right now he's looking back and saying President Trump did everything wrong and I'm the genius of you'd only listen to me if I'd only been in charge, so I'm interested in. What did Joe Biden say during the This came on and what did the people around him who were advising him say? January. 27th, he writes in our bed, says this is a dangerous disease. And here's my plan in 2021. After I'm elected, we're going to set up a public health emergency fund. We're going to give the president the power to declare a pandemic. A disaster emergency, which he already has, and we're going to set up what he called the global health services to help countries around the world. Does any of that sound like this guy was confronting what we were facing at that point? That was the 27th of January on the 31st Trump puts in the butt to China Band and you know what he said. He said, This is a you know, xenophobic. This is racist on the 28th a day two days before Three days before Trump puts in the travel ban. Ron claim who's a big adviser to him on health issue, says If he does this, this would be premature on the 30th the day before. Zeke Emanuel, who's a top health care adviser to him and constantly being heard says Stop. Stop panicking over the prospect of what the virus is going to stop panicking, he says on the second Of should be on the sixth of February. He had an expert, A guy named Erwin read letter said. The idea that this is going to be a serious pandemic is not very likely and and and the odds of it being a lethal form is negligible. That was the guy advising Joe Biden on the 11th and 13th We hear again from claim claim says This is not serious. We don't face a health academic. We face a quote, Fear epidemic attacking that President Trump for raising Concerns about it unnecessarily on the 20th. Zeke Emanuel says This is all an overreaction. We then have Nancy Pelosi gland. Say, Come to Chinatown. Don't worry about this. That happened on the 23rd on the 29th. Zeke Emanuel says. You know what? The mask aren't gonna work. Don't know you's a mess. This is the day that the first American dies from Corona virus and Joe Biden's top advisors on television. Say Don't worry, Don't go out, run out and get a mask. It's not going to do any good and then on the 12th. As President Trump is putting in place a travel ban on Europe. Lisa Monaco, a top adviser to button and buying himself, go out and double team on the issue of the European travel ban and say We don't need to do this. This is premature. We don't hear the word mask from Biden. We don't hear the word social distancing from Biden. We don't hear the idea of a lock down. We don't even hear the idea of you of invoking the National Defense Production Act in order to do did get control of the P P problem. That the Biden Obama administration created by not refilling our stockpiles. We don't hear those until after the middle of March when President Trump is already talking about all of those things, So I'm sitting here saying, Here's a guy lecturing the country, saying Donald Trump. Killed people deliberately and if he'd on Li listen to me when he and his people are not saying we need to shut down the economy we need to have everybody wear a mask. We need to quarantine in place. We need to do this. We need to do that. In fact, they're saying that's a fair epidemic and the idea that this is going to be a serious panda because is very unlikely. And speaking of Pelosi and the advice, she said, Come on down to Chinatown. Listen to this, as you are right now have been very critical of President Trump. As it was in April 2020 especially for what you say is the time that he lost initially in January and February in responding to the virus, But I want to point out that on February 24th. You went on a walking tour of Chinatown to try to promote tourism there, and here's some of what you had to say. Yes, it was trying to do today is to say everything is fine.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Our guest is Lisa Monaco who from two thousand thirteen to two thousand seventeen served as president Obama's senior terrorism and homeland security adviser as far as you can tell from the outside looking in on the corona virus outbreak as a government are we now where we need to be or do we still have some way to go to get there from a from a policy kind of management sense of this what is what's your sense of that so I think we're not where we need to be I should say I think we've made a lot of strides in the last couple of months my concern is that we did squander about ten weeks between you know seeing this emerging December and January and then really starting to activate the federal government in frankly the middle of March it was until the middle of March when you saw the the White House and the federal government really kind of kick into gear from a policy perspective and I think that the public health community in the vaccine folks and and the like were were working but to to really get kind of guidance from the federal government about things like social distancing them like that didn't happen till mid March and frankly was following the state's right you had a series of very aggressive governors taking on and mayors taking steps and then the the federal government was coming behind there and it wasn't until mid March where a national disaster and a Stafford act declaration was kicked in to allow states to access a big part of disaster relief monies in the like so I think that we are not where we need to be we're not we need to be on testing testing is you know our our former colleague Julia chi and use this phrase testing is the original sin or failure in testing to rejoice in this response and I think it's true and it's going to be critical to have a comprehensive testing capability if we're going to be able to return to some semi normalcy right that's only going to be in conjunction with a capability to test widely and we're not there without risking a second wave that's exactly right because returning to work is going to involve understanding you know where those case spikes are and we're not going to possibly do that without those diagnostic testing and testing for potential immunity this is intelligence matters Michael Morell you're listening to Lisa Monaco senior adviser to president Obama on a host of homeland security issues including pandemics she talked earlier at least a little bit about the importance of leadership in these kind of situations what what's your sense having gone through a bola and sick of what the American people need from their leaders at a moment like this the leadership is critical in quite obvious in communication first and foremost right I thank the American people are looking to their leaders to level with them and they're looking for their leaders to lead in other words to speak clearly and consistently this is the state of the problem this is what we're facing and here's what you can do about it right and importantly here's what we don't know what we are going to be transparent with you about that and about what we do know and we're going to do so credibly and clearly and that's first and foremost I think what what people want and need from their leaders up clarity and compassion and an understanding the people need need to know people need to understand that their leaders recognize what they're going through their not minimizing it but they're also giving them something to do a sense of agency so we are we are just have a couple more minutes here and it's like to ask you sure two more questions one is if you think about the countries have that that have done well Ahmed managing this and the countries that haven't done so well what do you think the differences are well I think some of the differences are you know speed you know moving quickly right the biggest thing in a crisis is to be willing to really pull the trigger and to make what seems like a very hard call and you know the fear is people are gonna think you're over reacting and you can't let that stop you right but because it's in it's in looking back and wishing that you'd acted more quickly that you know you you run into problems so speed decisiveness and willingness to to speak clearly about about the problem and then frankly also what we've seen is those countries that were willing to put in place measures and quite drastic measures when you when you think about it based on our sense of you know civil liberties and and freedom of movement those who have been able to flatten the curve quickly are the ones who you know put in place very quickly measures that are quite foreign to us and they do not jive with you know the American sensibility and then then the last question we so we talked about how this may change the preparedness for pandemic going forward how this might change the way the traditional national security community sees a role here do you think this is gonna change us as a society in fundamental ways or too soon to tell right you see all of these are bad with people saying here's a ten ways we're gonna change writers the nine ways we're gonna change is it too early to talk about those things or not I think it is a little bit early to talk about those things although I understand it right everyone wants to see wants to understand where is the light at the end of the tunnel when will I be able to get my life back and so it's I think quite natural to think about what is that life going to look like and in the near term I think we will be changed in very fundamental ways I think we will not be returning to you know large gatherings and full restaurants and our same work environments for quite some time and I think return is going to be quite Stockard and incremental for a while and so that is going to change our our sensibilities for a little while my hope is that it doesn't fundamentally alter us but in fact makes us more resilient and value our resiliency Lisa thank you so much for taking the time to be with us thanks for having that was Lisa Monaco by Michael Marot please join us next week for another episode of intelligence matters intelligence matters is sponsored by Lockheed Martin your mission is ours the show is produced by a livia gases Jaime Benson and Jake Rosen for more from this week show visit CBS news dot com intelligence matters is a production of CBS news radio if you have a covert nineteen right now what did these potential treatments mean for you there is hope in this drug is hoping her son if I did every person with disease when could this therapeutic drugs available the first potential treatment we should be able to know is the scientific community within the next few weeks we'll see you right back here tomorrow because we're all in this together the biggest names in politics well that's news are we at a tipping point face the questions you want answered walk the Merican people through what happens next are you saying you did 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"lisa monaco" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"We're back to intelligence matters I might come around today we have with this Lisa Monaco who in her job as president Obama's homeland security adviser was responsible for the U. S. policy with regard to pandemics is there a difference in how you think about early warning from the ICC verse early warning from CDC so I guess in some in some respects yes D. I would expect B. I. C. to give me their best assessment about what for instance the Chinese government is doing and how they are approaching them D. their posture with regard to the pandemic internally I would expect the CDC to be giving policy makers their best insight from a public health perspective quite obviously how does the virus operate what are they hearing from and getting from and talking to their public health colleagues around the world that would be the information I'd be expected to get from from CDC and then all of this needs to be lashed together right everywhere what what the I. C. knows CDC needs to know and right and and you kind of wrote that together around your table right that's exactly right so you know we would have you have all of those players that you and I just talked about who would get together quite literally in the same room in the situation and that has to happen in the only place really that can effectively happen Michael as you know is in the White House and that's the job of the National Security Council it was the job and I viewed it as my job is homeland security adviser particularly when the issues are going to have such a direct and immediate impact on the homeland where you do have to knit together these different policy issues and response issues they've got to come together in one place and that is the situation room and it's only in that room that you can really make sure that all that information is getting shared and the public health professionals who you know frankly outside the context of a pandemic or epidemic don't spend a whole hell of a lot of time in the situation room right right but they absolutely need to be there four it for these discussions right along side the kind of more traditional if you will players in the national security community like the state department like the icy so I hear you saying they said that you bomb administration had I think three outbreaks studio S. on H. one N. one in two thousand nine before you got there and then a bullet in twenty fourteen and then Zeca in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen you you personally worked on the latter two can you walk us through sort of the story of one of those are both of those whatever you see fit with an eye towards what did you learn from those experiences about what's important what works what doesn't with respect to a bola that was really a situation where as we saw this developing in West Africa the internet all the action if you will what is international we were watching it emerge in West Africa the World Health Organization which of course is international organization charged with responding to global pandemics in major public health events I think by any measure the that was a slow response and as we put our response in place what became very clear is we needed to have both a very forward to leading global response and international response center in West Africa all the while while we were putting together and beefing up our domestic capabilities so what did that mean it meant making sure we were thinking simultaneously about the international response effort the diplomacy the military deployment because of course president bomb ended up deploying some three thousand troops in something called operation United assistance to work with allies like the UK and France in countries in West Africa to build up the capacity to contain the outbreak there at the same time we were very concerned that we would get an influx of cases here in the United States and we need to make sure we have a public health capacity not only to screen travelers which we ended up putting in place a system to funnel literally take incoming flights and only have them come to certain airports I think we chose but five airports around the country for those flights to just come into so that we could establish a screening process with local public health officials officials and then track potential cases and then also make sure that we had a network of hospitals where people were trained up to deal with this very deadly very sophisticated disease that you know didn't crop up often in the United States so we had to do all of those things at once all the while I and Susan rice is at the time the national security adviser were dealing with a whole host of other issues so the president rightly named run clean as the person to come in and focus one hundred percent of his time on making sure the government was working together on both this international and domestic response and what we learned is and this is something Ron recommended to the president after as he was leaving his post as the bull response coordinator he said you should never again Mr president have to create a disease specific czar you want to have that capability resident constantly in the National Security Council staff and the president and his national security team took that advice and so we set up something called the global health security and biodefense directorate a unit within the National Security Council staff who would focus every day all day three hundred sixty five days a year on pandemic preparedness policy and response getting ready for the next double of the next speaker the next god forbid new strain of flu or novel virus just like we have a dedicated unit to constantly think about where's the terrorist threat coming from and what should be our policy and our response capability there we had we established this dedicated unit for pandemic offer pandemic issues and that was that was removed not so long ago correct yeah unfortunately well that group which is staffed by career public health of foreign service officers and you know career people who had been drawn from around the government experts in infectious disease and public health policy etcetera they transitioned as it does ninety nine percent of the National Security Council staff several career folks who don't have any particular political allegiance in their job they are career subject matter experts so they transition from the Obama administration to the trump administration they stayed in place for a little while but in the spring of twenty eighteen unfortunately that group that unit within the National Security Council staff was disbanded and its career leader admiral Tom Seaver who's very well regarded official and expert on these issues was reassigned and at the same time incidently Michael my successor Tom Bossert had taken over that and come in at the beginning of the trump administration is the homeland security and counterterrorism adviser he also was removed so I had for the first time since nine eleven as of the spring of twenty eighteen no empowered homeland security adviser who was at the you know at the highest rank of staff in the White House at the assistant to president level of focused on these issues and you have the dismantlement of this pandemic our global health security unit so no staff to reach to no staff to reach two and no staff to really importantly Michael B. that be that kind of alarm right they're they're the ones you know we talked about getting the early warning from the icy they would be the first ones together as you know right and then in fact I remember quite specifically when the bullets started in twenty fourteen it was the staff who were at the time part of the homeland security staff within the White House who came to me and said we're seeing stuff that we're concerned about we're worried about this a check of your bullet cases in West Africa and they were the early.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"This will end up being more severe than other seasonal foods that we have this is why this is a cause for concern but not alarm something that is concerning a whole lot of people these days are talking with the H. one and one and now the president president Barack Obama declaring the swine flu outbreak a national emergency should there be a worst case scenario but administration officials are emphasizing here Fredricka it's not that they are expecting one well the first thing to say if these people shouldn't panic when they hear this health officials battling the H. one N. one flu virus this weekend I received a two booster shots of their own president Obama is to clear the virus a national emergency more than a thousand people in the U. S. have died from the H. one N. one virus ninety in the last week for we hear emergency alarm bells start to go off of what exactly does this declaration means why does this declaration means Obama's doing wonderful job why after a thousand Americans assumed room temperature Velasco saying declares a national emergency and he has praised to the hilt by the drive by media here but up next is sound bite number ten isn't Juliet chi M. Juliet Chiam what this is this morning on CNN's new day Nelson Cammarata talking to former homeland security Assistant Secretary Juliet Chiam every administration breach the incoming administration about global pandemic right OB isn't isn't this one of the scenarios that your game out remember president Obama's first major crisis was not terrorism it was H. one N. one that hit us like March or April of our first year then later on as Lisa Monaco his homeland security adviser said yesterday her outgoing roofing was a pandemic brief and so we knew that this was coming where we knew this was coming actually we and they'll buy ministration we were competent we knew it was coming and we told other people that was coming right okay so again sixty million infected three hundred thousand hospitalized eighteen thousand deaths the president praised to the hilt for us downloading competent leadership forty deaths in America so far the numbers of people infected are in the thousands or less and our president today is being portrayed as incompetent bumbling idiotic and the phone H. and we're all at great risk and so the country has to shut down because trump is such an idiot the country has to shut down because that's what the check comes down the track I'm should know the check comes did not shut their country down they shut down the city they isolated a city maybe a province they didn't shut down the whole country they only shut down the parts of China that would harm America by the way the iPhone manufacturing factories they shut down parts of China that would impact the United States but they will shut down their whole country this is when the child comes to fret trailing trade freely and and share a lot of travel like Italy experiencing a lot of a lot of different cases lot of it increased number of cases compared to here but I mean this is I'm at home yesterday minding my own business I'm sitting there on the sofa in my in my library not bothering anybody and I'm looking at this thing gets announces shut down that's going to get shut down this close not I can't believe it then I got the call at my own charity well not mine but the charity golf tournament I'm playing in on Monday's been shut down to nice all hate I'll come let's play anyway I took all the organizer all come out and play non not because I have five other events I'm involved in a been shut down and I need to go get drunk nice at all well I don't want to join you in doing that I need to keep my wits about me because I have a radio show I have to hosts over he said I understand now I have a story you know me folks I'm not a conformist that'll go along the conventional wisdom and it gets me in trouble sometimes I have here Hey story published yesterday and the website called tech start ups dot com and it is a story based on a couple of tweets that were published by a biologist at my take your MITS Massachusetts institute of technology it's a deep state university I mean the people that go there people to get in there it's it's it's in the Harvard Ivy League World things and there's this guy there and I don't know for how long he's going to be there after this his name is Dr Shiva are you on your way and I know that because I am a highly trained broadcast special so I am exported pronouncing our names people outside our own country doctor Shivaye I have door eight he's an MIT scientist and researcher on the human immune system he tweeted that fear mongering on the corona virus is going to go down as one of the biggest frauds to manipulate economies he has ever seen he thinks the media and in his own terms you're the deep state are doing the world a disservice by exaggerating the impact of this virus he said it's time to stop scaring people and start talking about immune health Dr shiver may be right says texter I'm I can't believe it I got a thing called tech start ups that's not some over left publication but they say the doctor shiver may be right back in October and then I see here these guys I like this because these guys are start to use the swine flu numbers from two thousand nine that nobody seems to be paying any attention how would the world do you go from doing nothing when sixty million are infected three hundred thousand hospitalized in eighteen thousand people dead the president gets praise for fast action and decisive action we've got forty people dead and the president's being held up as an absolute buffoon we gotta shut down the country for this all I forgot trump has also announced he's going to cancel his rallies till further notice that is mission accomplished as far as trump's political opposition is concerned Dr Shiva your A. I. a doorway he said it's time to stop scaring people start talking about immune health you may be right back in October two thousand lines swine flu killed a thousand people in the U. S. right now all it to eighteen thousand including almost a hundred children before Obama declared a national emergency thousand people before Obama declared in a by the way what is a national emergency needs the federal government's gonna give money like you've never seen him give money to anybody who needs it makes a claim for once it at the time the media hysteria why is nonexistent I wonder why that is because they were trying to sell obamacare at the same time the swine flu hit I gotta take a break sit tight folks were coming back with much more right.

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Statute and that signaling that it needs to be a priority for the intelligence community so the lead to Mexicans halogens organization in this country is the FBI importantly it is part of the justice department it is tethered to oversight and civil liberties protections that come with being part of the justice department reporting to Congress etcetera so first and foremost because of all the things that we body and others have said about the real dangers of getting too far afield when we're talking about speech that is protected by the first amendment you want it to be tethered to a structure right Lisa Monaco what I would do is it would signal to the intelligence community including the FBI this this is a priority right they have established since nine eleven a tremendous set of relationships with state local law enforcement as well as community organizations as Nick pointed out and as Mary said these the individuals who are going down a dark path and who end up committing these heinous acts of violence and in some cases massacre are among us right now none of us here is would be advocating some type of report on your neighbor structure but what we're talking about here is being aware understanding that the solutions to this are going to come from communities those communities have to work with state local federal government entities law enforcement and the like that informs what the intelligence community is looking for..

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"lisa monaco" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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07:18 min | 3 years ago

"lisa monaco" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And not much has happened because of it Lisa Monaco you wrote recently with can we seen that regarding domestic terrorism it's time to turn from talk to action in confronting this threat. specifically do you have in mind what should be done to fill some of these gaps that Bobby mentioned or address other elements of domestic terror so thanks for mentioning that he's ever lived can we see who was had my same role in the White House is homeland security and counterterrorism adviser for president George W. bush and that he's we wrote was really about calling on all of us political leaders citizens to put aside political tribe put aside partisanship and really do our duty is how we put it to focus on the most urgent threats we have as a nation domestic terrorism gun violence mass violence. attacks on our democracy all of those things where can I feel we need more bipartisanship and non partisanship so on on domestic terrorism in particular I think he thinks we should do one we need to call it by its name we need to call it out and here I would say some a good move by department homeland security just last week in issuing a strategy paper that that says in quite clear language from the department of homeland security domestic terrorism and mass attacks are as great a threat as foreign directed terrorism as pointers that is a given the headlines in the in the incredible tragedy that communities like el Paso and date and others have faced that seems apparent but it hasn't been set it hasn't been said has been said enough certainly by the federal government and experts at the federal level so we got a call in. I think we also need to put it on the same priority list we have to put it on the same plane as foreign cars and we shouldn't. which is not to say that we should be ignoring or downgrading our. Roach and our focus on foreign directed terrorism I suspect there's a lot of a unanimity on this panel on that score but we need to kind of re prioritize re calibrate how we're thinking about domestic terrorism because with that follows resources focus leadership would get to one of the things I think we really need to do it one is a pass a domestic terrorism statutes Mary has written exceptionally eloquently about this and she can talk about it more but doing that I think will apply the same moral opprobrium. two acts of violence that are directed to with the intent to intimidate a civilian population the same moral opprobrium that we have for foreign directed terrace this is a repair she's been radio programming from pride WCS Peter promotion so pass the message there is a statute we also need to restore the job of the homeland security and counterterrorism adviser in the White House so. that role the one I had and it's been downgraded the the person who serves in the now downgraded function of that job I think it's been put into witness protection after you know he had to make a statement about the whole sharpie gate I want to get off there still is a position there it just doesn't report directly to the president like you did so there is a position they're calling it the homeland security adviser he's been downgraded within the structure what what does that mean this is all just bureaucratic baloney no and here's why when I was in that role the idea wasn't President Bush started this I think quite rightly in quite smartly to have one person operating at the most senior level in the White House whose job it was to focus twenty four seven wake up every day focus not on the next summit not on the next floor leader engagement but on threats to the homeless and to report directly and immediately and I can tell you I did which is why president Obama gave me the nickname Dr doom. because every time I saw him I was bringing in bad news. at the Texas Tribune festival in Austin. right and how you spend your time matters I met with him every morning in the oval office and briefed him on terrorism threat cyber threats you name it terrorism was always at the top of the list so I think it matters it means there's focused in the White House at the top at the leadership level it means you have somebody in the White House who can convene the cabinet which I was able to do operating at my level with the direct kind of empowerment from the president of the United States to coordinate our response to terrorism events in this country and abroad to coordinate policy you need to have that. responsibility residents in one person and we can talk about other things I think need to be done like funding for community a grassroots effort to to. intervene when people are going down a dark path Gunn reform unit let's go back to the statutory side first if any of you in the last couple of years have read or heard anything about the need for a domestic terrorism statute at the federal level is probably taps to the name. you have been beating the drum for a while including more recently after the the most recent attacks tell us what specifically do you have in mind what would a federal domestic terrorism statute have and what's the benefit of doing it sure and I'll tell you you know I was thinking about this and I think Lisa was before me holding the role as assistant Attorney General for national security before I was even over there in a similar role but as an acting we were thinking a lot about domestic terrorism and and whether there was a gap that need to be filled but I left the government may twenty seventeen in August twelfth twenty seventeen most of in this room probably I recall the unite the right rally in Charlottesville Virginia which ended with a vehicular attacking domestic terrorism attack by James fields who ran his vehicle into a crowd of counter protesters killing heather higher and seriously seriously wounding dozens of others and I watch that and I saw what happened and I thought this is the same kind of terrorism we've been seeing across Europe and other places on behalf of foreign terrorist organizations like isis for the last couple of years because frankly the vehicle has become almost a almost a weapon of choice in a lot of the attacks in Europe that was the UK France Germany elsewhere and so I I immediately wrote about it that that very next day to say we have a gap in our statutes because if this person James feels in Charlottesville had pledged by at two unlocker dotty the leader of ISIS before he committed is tax just like if the shooter in el Paso had pledged by right before he committed his attack I can guarantee you he either both of them would be charged with crimes of terrorism international terrorism for attempting to commit that tack on behalf of a foreign terrorist organization so we have a double standard and is Lisa mentioned the we would you know crimes in.

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