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Fresh update on "mar" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:56 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mar" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Much like Nazis get Donald Trump. You get him. Yeah, a couple of grown men crying over a droid in a Star Wars getting knocked over by a grammar. We're texting back and forth. Travis and I are texting back and forth. Are you seeing this? Oh my God, tears are rolling down. I'm sorry. My mom walked through. Was that's the thing. She walked in and said, what are you watching? No, no, I actually paused this show and explained the entire plot of the show to my mom. Crying. Oh my God. Hi, good morning. Here's another reference. Here's another reference that I'm good, but it sounds really funny. You said, how nice to have normal White House holiday decorations that don't look like vectors there in Stranger Things. I could just tell them. You might be in good company because I recall that tweet didn't get a whole lot of traction. What are you talking about? It was just out over the summer and the vector was the major villain in Stranger Things and yeah, yeah. Unless Rachel maddow said it hurts on Grey's Anatomy. I didn't see it. Okay. Yeah. Well, it did. It looked very much the same. He had like these weird Christmas tree looking things that contained human bodies. Oh. Crazy scary. And of course that was what Melania's. They look like Melania. Yeah. Yeah. Whatever those red things were. That she put in the hallways of The White House. Okay. All right. Said not paying. Once again, bob, you always make this point. Somebody tweeted, it feels like by talking about the dinner that Nazi dinner, even to denounce the attendees were doing all these attention hungry narcissists a favor. And you said, no, not paying attention to them is the favor. Let's say the Republicans stopped paying attention to Hillary Clinton, Black Lives Matter, Hunter Biden Planned Parenthood from now on just deprived them of attention. Would that be good news or bad news for Democrats? While he's still, I don't know, apparently the FrontRunner or one of them for the Republican nomination for president. It's relevant, right? Yeah, yeah. I find this is increasingly a losing argument for me. I'm way out in a limit. It's like, to me and Chris, we're just standing way out there going, hey, hey, look, you know what? These people are villains and we need to pay attention to villains. You know, the sun tzu know your enemy thing evil thrives in darkness. In fact, Travis, that was from andor. Yes. The empire thrives in darkness. Nerd, wake up. They literally say you would have viewed like the speech Stephanie. I think someone else said that before. It was great. It was great. And it stirred me up. It made it motivated me to tweet more about how we should pay attention to these villains who, by the way, are already famous. We're not going to make them more famous by following their words. We're going to help hopefully help to marginalize them. But I think it's a good point that those of us who are saying, hey, you know what you do with Donald Trump and Elon Musk and all these guys is you block them and go plug your ears and say la la la, not listening. Well, if they were doing that to Democrats, oh, happy day. Wouldn't that be great if they started, you know, they actually, you know, shut up about Hunter Biden or Hillary Clinton or emails or whatever they're talking about today. That would be a wonderful liberating moment where we would finally be able to get some things done without having to constantly deflect this nonsense. So flip that around and imagine what would be like if we stopped paying attention to their political leadership. Here's my problem with this story. This is the biggest big bag of rat story ever. I don't know. They're all liars. They're all Nazis. They're all in some anti semites. They're all awful. I don't even know who to believe, right? So this was the NBC News story, right? Mar caputo is the one that quoted far right troll Milo. Saying that Trump felt prey to a trap designed to make Trump's life miserable by having him share a meal with a neo Nazi Nick points us at Mar-a-Lago. Fuentes took to telegram to call that report fake news. Okay. He's political adviser Milo Annapolis has grown illusion, disillusioned with Trump and said he was the architect of the dinner trap. He said he knew the meeting would leak and he dispatched Fuentes just to make Trump's life miserable. Fuentes shot down that idea. My intention was not to hurt Donald Trump by attending the dinner. That's fake news. I love Donald Trump. Does anyone care? No, it's Nazi is lying. No. No. They're all different levels of horrendous. That's awesome. Yes. At the turning on each other. Yeah. We were saying before. You know, wouldn't it be great if this was the thing that finally did him in. But we've been down this road many times before. Charlottesville, Helsinki, January 6th. The Republicans line up and condemn just like Mitch McConnell did yesterday. Just like he did right after January 6th. And then suddenly it's back to business as usual for the Republicans. So Milo is just to finish is apparently Kanye's campaign manager. Oh God. And said everybody me included loves Trump and wants 2016 Trump back. That still won't be enough to authentically be what's his F but at least would make the journey more interesting. So I just literally fight fight fight. Big bag of Nazi rats. Yeah. Milo is the driver of the clown car. I don't think that's something to brag about. Is he still straight to me? Oh, that's right. He turns straight. Oh, did he? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And by the way, I watched Nick Fuentes video yesterday where he was talking about how all sex is gay sex. Gay sex. Gay sex, of course, is doing it right. You're doing it. The only straight way to be is to be an incel, which calls to question, doesn't he know the first syllable of that is stands for involuntary? Yes. You're supposed to involuntarily be celibate if you want to be an incel. It's all very confusing to me. I'm just, I'm catching up to speed with Nick Fuentes sexual logic. He doesn't make any sense. That's your own fault. I never want to hear again. Boy, I wish I could stuff that back in. Yes. As we've said many times, gay sex is only dirty if you're doing it, right? Okay. Hugo Lowell tweeted Trump ultimately make clear that he fundamentally did not want to criticize white supremacist and anti semite Nick Fuentes after the dinner Mar-a-Lago over fears that it might antagonize a devoted part of his base. And you just said this mode of also explains why good people on both sides and stand back and stand by. He'll never renounce extremist groups that support him. And it goes to your point, bob, about the rest of the Republican Party. Like, they'll condemn him until it seems like all the base is going to stick with him. And then they'll flip back again, right? I mean, they've gone down this road of extremism. And so therefore, in order to be politically viable, they need to do two things, right? They need to appeal to the racist misogynist anti semites, people like Nick Fuentes, people like Kanye West, and so on. And then at the same time, they also have to make it as difficult as possible to vote. These are the two ways that the Republican Party gained the system to maintain that level of extremism. That is now all about

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Caller: Mitch McConnell Suddenly Cares About Anti-Semitism

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Caller: Mitch McConnell Suddenly Cares About Anti-Semitism

"Smart crank to talk to you I'm very disappointed in Mitch McConnell Suddenly caring so much about anti semitism and his statement that she has no room for anti semitism or people that talk to anti semites So it's like as if Trump appointed Tanya and his racist friends to some commission he didn't do anything but me with them The problem with Americans they're too soft and think too much about emotional things How about the way Trump had of China How about the way he had on North Korea Russia bringing how about the way on the subject you raised He embraced the Jewish state like no president before him How about the fact as far as I know he's the only president to have a Jewish daughter And son in law and Jewish wrench on it I mean it's so ridiculous what they're trying to pin on him I just feel like he kind of shot himself in the foot by doing this And he needs people around him who are going to help him Stop people like this from coming into Mar-a-Lago or wherever And I think those people let him down but that said he's made it clear Abundantly clear he had no idea who went this was He said if he had said the things that he has said in the past to him he would have obviously done something about it As far as Kanye West is concerned as bad as that guy is he's known for all these years As have many people and he said he was troubled and he was looking for a meeting and he wanted to give him advice I wouldn't have done it Bad idea You see the consequences of it He is he's really in the spotlight no matter what And then there is the issue of real anti semitism out there and it's growing It's growing in various ethnic communities

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Fresh update on "mar" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

01:04 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mar" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Emma tweets, what's creepier than Mike pillow sweaty my pillow at the harbor wall hashtag watching mama. Okay. And it's not like a nice mall. It's like a crap. And she said it did not make it. It was not complimentary to his comb over. No, that's what he knows. Yeah, okay. Well, I get wet and sticky. Yeah. Speak well. But there is a buffet at the wall. There was a joke in there for me, but I'll wait till bob says good gets here. But that's one. There's a buffet. That's my guess. What sticky? What? There is. And it's reasonable. We asked. David Minneapolis. That's a confirmed all of this. Hello, Dave. Hello, I'm doing a remote call from the har mar mall here today and it's true and I see with all the snow we got. That's pretty there. Okay. Well, two things, two things and I'll go away. First of all, Minneapolis Minnesota suburb actually is the very first place in enclosed mall was ever built. That's right. It's very first point. Okay. In South Africa. In some form, right? Oh yeah, oh yeah, yeah, something else huge going strong. Yeah, absolutely. But the other thing I want to say was Herschel Walker thing. It makes me so terribly uncomfortable with hearing him talk. I have racist playing it because that tweet keeps echoing in my head about somebody saying by racist uncle's love this. Confirms every trope about black men that they say. And it's just like, oh. Yeah. The senior Stephanie, it's like an old step in fetch sketch. The way he talks and it's one hand I want to go, oh my God, because this guy being more stupid, it's just, you know, unbelievable. But at the same time, I had this emotion like I want to feel sorry for him. That's the best thing. You don't know to what degree, because you don't know exactly what combination of mental illness, which he's talked about, brain injury from football and just like you say, just low IQ. It's just like the whole thing is so sad and disgusting that they're using him in this way. It really is. They're parading abuse. It's abusive things are going to Israel. And he's got he lacks the self awareness even though he's being used the way he is. Yeah. And joy reset

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Mike Pence Calls on Donald Trump to Apologize for Mar-a-Lago Dinner

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Mike Pence Calls on Donald Trump to Apologize for Mar-a-Lago Dinner

"So now here comes Mike Pence. Trump's vice president, calling on Trump to apologize for the dinner. President Trump was wrong to give a white nationalist an anti semite and a Holocaust denier acceded to table. And I think he should apologize for it. And he should denounce those individuals in their that's on news nation with Leland vitter yesterday. Now, I don't know what Mike Pence is endgame is here. I guess he wants to run for president. He knows full well Trump is never going to apologize. He knows Trump better than anybody. So it must be a precursor to Pence thinking he's going to be a presidential candidate. I got a newsflash. Mike Pence is not going to be the Republican nominee for president in 2024.

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Hogan Gidley: Unsure How Nick Fuentes Got Into Mar-a-Lago Dinner

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 1 d ago

Hogan Gidley: Unsure How Nick Fuentes Got Into Mar-a-Lago Dinner

"Well, first things first, I heard you introduce me and far be it for me to correct the host here. I'm not the I'm not working on his real-life campaign as a spokesperson or any other way for that matter. I think it was a national press secretary for the last reelection in 2020. I think it's where the miscommunication may have occurred. But I will tell you, look, there are countless people that get in front of Republican and Democrat politicians that slip through the cracks or that no one really knows who they are until a picture is taken in a picture resurfaces. And that can be problematic for the individual. I don't know where the failure was here. If it was at the staff level, if it was at the Kanye West level, if it was, he just showed up and decided to bring this guy. But let's be honest. I mean, with the thousands and thousands of people that hold court in front of the president, either planned or unplanned, you never know how some of these folks actually slip in there. I think Donald Trump is saying he doesn't know anything about this guy. Is a good start and a good place to be from a messaging standpoint because you can't be associated with people who have such clear anti semitic views and thoughts. Donald Trump has done more for the Jewish community than any president in history has stood up for them after decades of politicians talking about doing things, for example, moving the embassy to Jerusalem. Everyone talked about it. No one did it, he did. That's just one of the other things. Not to mention, recognize from the Golan Heights and other things. So his record is unblemished. So he's got some credibility here to say, I didn't know who this person was. And so hopefully as the facts bear bear witness here that Donald Trump really had nothing to do with that in any shape fashion whether he comes out. Says something else about it. And my

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How Republicans have reacted so far to Trump's dinner with white nationalist Nick Fuentes

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

How Republicans have reacted so far to Trump's dinner with white nationalist Nick Fuentes

"Mike Pence is calling on Trump to apologize for some recent dinner guests. I'm Lisa dwyer. A growing number of Republicans, including former vice president Mike Pence, are criticizing Donald Trump for dining with a Holocaust denying white nationalist and the rapper formerly known as Kanye West. Pence says that the former president demonstrated profoundly poor judgment when he met last week at his Mar-a-Lago club with west who is now known as Yi, as well as Nick Fuentes, a far right activist with a long history of making anti semitic and white nationalists remarks. Trump has said he did not know who Fuentes was before the meeting, but has so far refused to denounce his views.

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Donald Trump Has Dinner With Kanye West, Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 d ago

Donald Trump Has Dinner With Kanye West, Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago

"But that said I'm getting all these emails and texts from friends and foes Alike foes I don't know how they get my contact information And the big story for the last several days has been Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago Nothing new with that right By the way he's the ex-president But there's always a 5 alarm fire when it comes to the median other people when it comes to Donald Trump I don't quite get it But here we are And of course you know Kanye West and somebody named Nick Fuentes Well honestly I never heard of before Let alone saw what he looked like We're at Mar-a-Lago And met with president Trump for lunch I think Kanye West and president Trump go back a ways Nick Fuentes the president said he didn't know that the guy was and I remind him before And Kanye West who wanted to see president Trump brought him and apparently a few other people with him And president Trump put out a statement stating an I paraphrase that Kanye West is troubled and he wanted to talk to him That he had treated him well so he agreed to meet with him and spoke to him Now Kanye West is a reprobate He is now at least and out of the closet Jew hating anti semite And come to learn this Nick Fuentes is the same And a Holocaust denier and a white supremacist

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Who Is Nick Fuentes?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:33 min | 2 d ago

Who Is Nick Fuentes?

"Jake, let's first talk about Nick Fuentes. Would you know Nick Fuentes? And by the way, I've condemned the president meeting with him. I know about him because he's harassed Ben Shapiro for years, anti semitic white supremacist, not the 24 years old. Would you know him if you bumped into him on a train? I would, yes, because I've seen him in media coverage in recent in the last couple of years. I might recognize him now before this I've only seen him harassing Ben Shapiro and crosswalks and saying his vile disgusting things. Do you think president Trump has any staff at all down there that vets whoever comes in to Mar-a-Lago? It's a public restaurant. And I know Kanye is himself a menace to civil discourse, but do you think he would have known it was Nick Fuentes? I have no idea Ben Shapiro had an interesting tweet, which I thought was pretty apt, which was basically he said. I'm going to miss I'm not going to misquote because I got to pull it up. He said, a good way to act a good way to not accidentally dine with a vile racist and anti semite, you don't know, is not to dine with a vile racist. I said, you do know. That's well put. And Kanye has gone there now and really flying the full freak flag on Jews, but the Nick Fuentes has been there a long time. I'm just wondering as a litmus test, whether or not people know who he is. They will now. But I just can't understand not having a team of people to vet the people who walk in to Mar-a-Lago.

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Trump Team Should Have Vetted Nick Fuentes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 2 d ago

Trump Team Should Have Vetted Nick Fuentes

"To talk about this situation at Mar-a-Lago for a moment. Now, over the long holiday weekend, president Trump hosted Kanye West who now goes by the name Ye. And hosted him for a dinner, Kanye West was wanting Trump to either back out of the presidential race because Kanye says he's going to run for the presidency. And there was there was some sort of a big to do about that. Anyway, that doesn't really matter. So at this dinner, president Trump says it was just supposed to be Kanye West. But Kanye West shows up with Nick Fuentes, who is a known white nationalist and also an anti semite. And they all broke bread together. Now all you know what is breaking loose over this? And a lot of people very upset, including a lot of conservatives. As a matter of fact, congressman James comer, who's going to be heading up the Biden administration, says the president needs to be a bit more mindful of who he's having dinner with. Now, president Trump says, hey, look. I didn't know who the guy was. I was supposed to have dinner with Kanye West, and he shows up with all these other people, what was I supposed to do? Well, let me offer some guidance here if I can. And far be it for me to tell the president of the United States who we should and should not have it Mar-a-Lago for dinner. But it seems to me somebody had to have known who Nick Fuentes was. President says he has no idea who the guy was. Well, somebody did. You can't just waltz in tomorrow long ago. Anybody who shows up at Mar-a-Lago, guess what? You've got to turn over your social security number. They've got to run a background check, Secret Service is to the brim over there. As a matter of fact, president Trump is the only president. Who still has a full compliment of Secret Service agents.

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The Media Needs Donald Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 2 d ago

The Media Needs Donald Trump

"We can get in the weeds on this if you want. I don't think anybody can waltz into Mar-a-Lago and sit down and have dinner with Donald Trump. There's got to be Secret Service that vet the people that dine with him, so I don't know if he knows the guy or doesn't know the guy. I know he knows Kanye, 'cause he was, they're Friends, I guess, although it didn't go well, apparently Kanye who seems to be in the middle of a continual like psychotic episode. Kanye evidently shed to Trump that Kanye is going to run in 2024 and Trump ought to be his vice presidential running mate. Well, you can imagine how well that went over. I'll bet that went over real well. How'd you like to be a fly on that wall? Again, back to the Desperate Housewives lady knocking the table over. But seriously, they're just consumed their obsessed. They can not and will not let him go. They need him. The worst thing that could happen to them. I'm telling you, the worst thing that could happen to them is that he goes away. Nobody wants that. Isn't that interesting?

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Kristen Soltis Anderson: Nick Fuentes Was an Unexpected Dinner Guest

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 2 d ago

Kristen Soltis Anderson: Nick Fuentes Was an Unexpected Dinner Guest

"But I want to give you the right perspective and the right analysis over this controversial dinner. Here was a clip from CNN. CNN host Dana bash is talking to a Republican pollster named Christian saltis Anderson, listen to this exchange about the big wild dinner at Mar-a-Lago with the white griper nationalist Holocaust denying guy and Kanye who now goes by yay. You know what probably isn't a great way to get voters on your side, dine at your private club with white supremacists and Holocaust deniers. That is exactly what happened last week. President Trump had former president Trump had white nationalist and Holocaust and ironic Fuentes, rapper, Kanye West, who's now known as Ye, the former president claimed that Fuentes was an unexpected guest, and he knows nothing about him.

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Media Freaks Out Over Trump Dinner With Nick Fuentes and Ye

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 2 d ago

Media Freaks Out Over Trump Dinner With Nick Fuentes and Ye

"I'm ready to give you the proper analysis over Trump's big dinner at Mar-a-Lago, which was a DEFCON one response from the media. Even conservative media. Breitbart and The Wall Street Journal national review. All running around with their hair on fire because Trump had dinner at Mar-a-Lago last week with Kanye and some white nationalist guy, some Holocaust deniers supposedly. And there was a complete media freak out. I'm on vacation, my phone's buzzing. Alerts. Trump had dinner at Mar-a-Lago. I'm thinking, what do you do? He shoots somebody at dinner? They knock the table over? Desperate Housewives style? What do you do? He had dinner with Kanye. Now, I don't remember that melting down to this extent when Kanye went to the Oval Office a few years ago. Remember that one? I guess they did. I don't remember.

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Trump faulted for dinner with white nationalist, rapper Ye

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

Trump faulted for dinner with white nationalist, rapper Ye

"Donald Trump's political friends and foes are reacting to his dinner last week with two controversial figures. The rapper, formerly known as Kanye West, and a white nationalist leader. When Donald Trump was president David Friedman was his ambassador to Israel. Friedman tweeted out, quote, to my friend Donald Trump, you are better than this, even a social visit from an anti semite like Kanye West and human scum like Nick Fuentes is unacceptable. West has been dropped by companies like Adidas for recent anti semitic comments. Nick Fuentes is a far right activist who denies the Holocaust and expresses anti semitic and white nationalist rhetoric. Others weighing in, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who called anti semitism a cancer, while The White House issued a statement, bigotry, hate, and anti semitism have absolutely no place in America, including at Mar-a-Lago. I'm Jackie Quinn.

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Larry Taunton Talks Voter Fraud

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 5 d ago

Larry Taunton Talks Voter Fraud

"Welcome back, talking to Larry Alex Staunton Larry. We've seen such unprecedented things. The voting fraud. I think because we didn't get the red wave, we might have been hoping for. I think it's a good thing because I think it is forcing more people to realize, wait a minute, this is genuinely rigged. No one believes John fetterman grunted his way to victory. Nobody believes that Carrie Lake lost. Nobody could really honestly believe that Joe Biden won. I mean, it doesn't make sense and you're looking around and you think like something rotten has entered our political life and the folks who don't like pro American figures, whether it's Trump or Carrie Lake or Doug master yano, that they will do literally anything to keep them out of power and that they've simply taken election fraud or whatever it is manipulation to a new level and if we the people don't wake up to this. If we don't go to bat against this stuff, it's over. We have no America. Yeah, well, let me just say something very, very quickly, a little anecdote your listeners might appreciate. What an impressive lady Carrie Lake is. I say that Georgia maloney, the new prime minister of Italy, the populist candidate is the Carrie Lake of Italy. I mean, Carrie Lake is just a powerhouse, but I was with you at Mar-a-Lago and we're sitting, I don't know if you remember this, but we're chatting in the lobby and you look over my shoulder and you say, hey, hey, there's the next governor of Arizona. And I turned and looked and it was Carrie Lake.

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UN rights body deplores Iran crackdown, establishes probe

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 6 d ago

UN rights body deplores Iran crackdown, establishes probe

"The UN Human Rights Council has voted to condemn the bloody crackdown on protests in Iran and to set up an investigation into the alleged abuses. The resolution put forward by both Germany and Iceland was backed by 25 nations, Germany's foreign minister and Elena said regime that uses this power to violate the rights of its own people is violating the values of our United Nations. The protests were triggered by the death more than two months ago of 22 year old Mars amini, while in the custody of the morality police for violating a strictly enforced Islamic dress code, Iran's representative at the meeting, Karim, said her death was being investigated by Iranian authorities before the west started to meddle into Iran's internal affairs. Before the formal announcement of the probe analysis, the biased and hasty reaction are the number of western authorities and their interventions in internal affairs of Iran turned the peaceful assemblies into riots and violence. I'm Karen Chammas

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Dogelon Mars Price Prediction; Orbeon  Protocol (ORBN) Sets Stage For 60x Price Surge

Crypto-News

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Dogelon Mars Price Prediction; Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Sets Stage For 60x Price Surge

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Court seems skeptical of Trump claims in Mar-a-Lago case

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Court seems skeptical of Trump claims in Mar-a-Lago case

"The court seems skeptical of Trump's claim in a Mar-a-Lago case. A federal appeals court appears deeply skeptical that former president Donald Trump was entitled to a review by an independent arbiter of documents seized in an FBI search of his Florida state, the three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th circuit, including two Trump appointees, repeatedly suggested that Trump was seeking special treatment the judges indicated through their questioning that they were likely to side with the Justice Department, which has sought an immediate end to a special master review process that it says has unnecessarily delayed its investigation into the presence of classified documents at Mar-a-Lago. It was not immediately clear when the court might rule. I'm Lisa dwyer

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Sebastian and Jennifer Discuss Trump's Commitment to America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

Sebastian and Jennifer Discuss Trump's Commitment to America

"An aspect of support for president Trump. And I don't get mushy here because I'll ruin my rep. But it's not just about the policies and making a rational political decision. My God, his commitment to this nation, and he said it yesterday, he said, I was living a very happy life before I was president. I don't need to do this again. The only reason because he's losing money, he's being attacked constantly, he's paying millions in legal fees because the DoJ is coming after him, the southern district of New York. Jen, I want to support a man who's doing this because he loves America. Why is that wrong? Yeah, I think that people get it really wrong with him. And I have never, I mean, I've had dinner in the same room with president Trump, Ben de Mar-a-Lago, never met him and spent a lot of time with him. But I'm telling you that the gut instinct that I have with him is that he doesn't need to do this. I think that, yes, he has a big ego like everyone else in politics and everybody else that runs big businesses. But I don't think he's running, and I don't think he ran before to feed that. What I think is that he really believes that this country can be great. He sees the potential in America. He loves the country, and he knows that he can lead us in the right direction, and I really believe that he is running for all the right reasons. This is not for a book deal. This is not to become a television producer like the obamas. This is because he really believes that he can make a difference. And I'm all on board. And as far as Ron DeSantis goes and I know we're going to get to this, I really think so much of what's been going on is a construct of the mainstream media and these never trumpers who would like nothing more than to blow Trump out of the water because they're afraid of the backbone that he has.

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Garland Names Special Counsel for Trump Inquiries

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last week

Garland Names Special Counsel for Trump Inquiries

"They just are named a special counsel to investigate Donald Trump on two fronts January 6th and documents This guy is not an independent special counsel He is spent his entire career as a career bureaucrat at the Department of Justice Either in one of the field offices for U.S. attorney or main justice He's obviously a colleague of and well entrenched and well known But the very people who are conducting the investigations of the president at this very moment Now what's troubling about all this ladies and gentlemen is as follows Let's take the documents case first Put aside all the static all the so called legal analysts and the professors in the former attorneys general and all the rest Why would you bring the country to the brink of where document case Whatever you think about it why would you bring the country to a brink over a document case That a president slash former president as he's moving into the former president's stage takes documents with him to Mar-a-Lago Some of which are classified Now we have leaks to The Washington Post that say he didn't have a criminal intent He didn't have mens Rea He wasn't trying to make money from them sell them give them to the enemy That's the purpose of the espionage act The purpose of the presidential records act isn't to prosecute anybody because it's not a criminal statute So why would you bring the country to the brink Why would you pave unpaved ground In order to try and bring what is basically an administrative case criminalizing it against a former president

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Who Should Donald Trump Pick As a Running Mate?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:18 min | Last week

Who Should Donald Trump Pick As a Running Mate?

"Heard you were at Mar-a-Lago for president Trump's big announcement on Tuesday. What are your thoughts? What are your thoughts, especially who do you think he will or should pick for his VP running mate this time around? Well, I have to say watching him yesterday only confirmed to me that this nomination is his. And anyone, including Rick desantis, foolish enough. Did I say Rick desantis? Ron. Yeah. I can't believe I said that. Ron DeSantis. Anybody foolish enough to challenge him? I think we'll get crushed. We'll get bruised and could end their political career. I don't say that as a threat. I think that's a reality. I think if you have wisdom, you know that so many people in this country aren't just behind Trump, but love Trump for where he brought us as a nation, I mean, to have three Supreme Court Justices confirmed to overturn roe V wade to have us energy independent to have the economy booming. I mean, of course he made mistakes, but generally speaking, it was he really is owed, I think, our fidelity for this season in the GOP. So I think if desantis is smart, he would make a deal before anything to be the VP nomination or at least try to get that. But I think loyalty to Trump is going to be very big. And I think it's easy to talk, but I honestly think that at the end of the day, anybody who goes up against him would be sorry, in a sense, I think that they have to be very careful because I just think so many people are so loyal to him. And rightfully. So at Mar-a-Lago, I was reminded as he spoke of just in a sense of how he gave so many people hope at a time that there was little hope and I really think to be able to get out of the ditch in which we find ourselves and to go back to what things were like before COVID, but I honestly think he's the guy and you know maybe desantis maybe Carrie Lake, but it'll be very interesting.

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"mar" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

03:25 min | Last month

"mar" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

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"mar" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:38 min | Last month

"mar" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"And they're more inclusive than they will ever be again, by the way. So if you think of a lot of these people that have this argument failed to realize that when they moved into these neighborhoods, they were probably, they might have even qualified for low income housing. They might have been just starting off in their careers and they moved to a suburb that now has grown up to be a high end neighborhood. Developed as a result. So it's wrong to think, in my opinion, that low income or affordable. We have to have those things because the reality is that there is nothing affordable about living in San Diego anymore. Yeah. Especially for people who are just trying to get their foot in the door. Yeah. So you have to provide housing for people who need it. And the people who need it are like, a teacher salary, you think they can live in del mar, no way in hell. Yeah. And look, our market in California in general is not well balanced. It's not very healthy. As a real estate person, as somebody who we actively manage, we've actively invested. We have investments out of state that are in real estate and an apartments. And seeing the comparison of what goes on in California, I mean, and what happens in other places, the fact of life is that in order to get a more equitable market and that's what government is trying to do, everything is about trying to create mismatches and sort of a social engineering approach to what's happening from a standpoint of housing and community and neighbors and things in neighborhoods and things like that. At the end of the day though, the more units that we have, the more balance that we have, the more stabilized rent will become, you won't need this heavy handed government intervention that happens here in California.

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"mar" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:40 min | Last month

"mar" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today, on the Southern California real estate report, a new apartment building is proposed in del mar. Stay tuned. Thank you. Thank you. Good morning, welcome to Southern California real estate report. This is bob McGuire and Daniel wise coming to you from San Diego, California. So once again in the news, a large north county apartment project. This one is 259 unit apartment project that is proposed in del mar. Yes, and we've actually talked about this before this was originally slated to be a hotel. It was and so it's an interesting site. So for those of you that are local to San Diego and who spend a lot of time in north county, I think probably Danielle and I do quite a bit. And both of us are dog owners. So this is right above dog beach. In delmar, it's a really nice site. It's a bluff site, right? So it's a 7 acre site that sits up on the bluff. The proposed density is 259 units. So this site does have a history as Danielle said, this was originally slated to be a high end boutique hotel. And through measure G, which was so it was put on the ballot to be approved and it got shot down. Yeah. And so Carol was here is the owner of this site. And she is a longtime real estate person. Here in San Diego has a development background. It worked for both zephyr and she also worked for the Robert Greene company. The hotel was called marisol and the voters defeated that in 2020. And so the site has sat vacant. And so what's happened now? Well, the state has put down mandates for new affordable housing. So AB 1398 and then Senate bills three 30 and number 8, all three of

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"mar" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

07:09 min | 3 months ago

"mar" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"Hey everyone, I'm CNN correspondent Kristen Holmes in for David chalion, and this is the CNN political briefing. Here's what you need to know in politics for Friday, August 26th. Today we are learning more about what led to the unprecedented search and seizure at former president Donald Trump's Florida home. I did nothing wrong. This is a political attack on our country. This as sources say his public and private reactions aren't completely aligned. The Department of Justice released the Mar-a-Lago search warrant affidavit used to convince a judge to authorize the search of Trump's Florida home. This 38 page affidavit cites evidence of obstruction as the probable cause to search and seize the property. The DoJ and the FBI told the judge that investigators had reason to believe that classified materials were improperly taken to unauthorized locations at Trump's club and were concerned about the national security implications. The affidavit said, when the FBI reviewed in May, the 15 boxes the national archives retrieved from the Florida resort in January, it found, quote, a 184 unique documents bearing classification marking. Investigators wrote that none of the spaces in Trump's residence had been authorized for storage of classified information. Now, no one, including Trump, has been charged with the crime, and the Department of Justice was a very careful about what information should stay secret and what should be made public. The reason this affidavit is released at this stage of the investigation, which, by the way, almost never happens, is because the judge in the case ruled it needed to be made public because of the public interest. In a redacted legal brief explaining why it proposed redactions to the affidavit, the Justice Department stressed the need to protect grand jury information and keep law enforcement agents witnesses and uncharged parties safe. It also redacted information to not give away the government's strategy and scope of the ongoing investigation. The document also gives insight into the timeline of the investigation and how it began. Just to backtrack a little here, the national archives contacted Trump's team in May of 2021. After realizing that several important documents weren't handed over before Trump left The White House. The agency got frustrated with the slow pace of document turnover after several months of conversations with Trump's team, including one where one senior archives official asked one of Trump's former White House lawyers to send documents using FedEx. So this January rolls around and the national archives gets 15 boxes of Trump White House records from Mar-a-Lago. And it says some of the documents were torn up, and some were classified. The archives then sends a criminal referral to the Department of Justice on February 9th, asking them to look into Trump's handling of records and whether he violated the presidential records act and other laws related to classified information. The presidential records act requires all records created by a sitting president to be turned over to the national archives at the end of their administration. We learn from the affidavit today and archives official told the Department of Justice, there was, quote, significant concern. Over the fact that highly classified records were intermixed with other records and worked properly identified. By the way, I spoke to former Trump administration officials about the national archives findings, and they weren't that surprised. This source tells me that the former president was known to be quite lax with the preservation of presidential documents. He would walk around both The White House and then Mar-a-Lago and pull documents out of boxes, look at them, then put them in other boxes or to the side, often with no method or reasoning to it. Another source also tells me how Trump used to show off presidential documents to visitors, including the letters between himself and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. So after receiving this information from the national archives, the Department of Justice and the FBI launched a criminal investigation into the matter that is still ongoing today. That led to FBI agents visiting Mar-a-Lago in April and May, where they asked Trump's team to store the documents in a more secure location, something Trump's team said they did. But it seems investigators had evidence that Trump's team didn't actually secure them properly, so that led to the subpoena in June for classified material, and the Mar-a-Lago search warrant executed at the beginning of the month. We also learn from the affidavit, the FBI used law enforcement personnel who were not part of the investigation to search Trump's office at Mar-a-Lago in order to protect against potential attorney client privilege issues. Now, Trump has responded to the unsealed affidavit on truth social, calling it, quote, a total public relations subterfuge by the FBI and DoJ. He also posted audio from an interview he did on Lou Dobbs podcast, the great American show, on the social media site that appears to have been recorded prior to the affidavit being unsealed. I did nothing wrong. And it's the exact same thing here. We were essentially attacked. We were broke it into the opened up safes. They brought safe crackers and they brought many, many FBI agents and all right before the midterms. And all when I have the best poll numbers I've ever had. This is a political attack on our country, and it's a disgrace. And the people understand it, it's a disgrace. It's a disgrace. Our country is a wreck. Trump has said publicly that the whole unredacted affidavit should be released, but his legal team didn't argue that when it came time to in court. Several media organizations, including CNN, argued in court that the full affidavit should be released for transparency purposes too. So Trump is bemoaning this probe publicly claiming he's a victim of political persecution while a source close to Trump tells CNN he's privately getting increasingly concerned about a possible indictment. Another adviser acknowledged that while Trump has certainly been in legal peril before, including when he was president, this seems different and potentially more dangerous, particularly because the former president no longer has the legal protections afforded to the executive office. And two allies of the former president said the newly unsealed affidavit spells trouble for both him and those who have erroneously claimed he declassified the records he took at the end of his presidency. One of those allies of Trump said the former president quote really needs a competent defense attorney even more so now. We're also learning about the potential reason why Trump felt the need to hold on to these records for so long. Sources tell CNN Trump got legal advice from a conservative activist named Tom fitton, who told him he had the authority to keep the records from his presidency and that it would be a mistake to turn them over to the national archives. While Trump continued to publicly tout his cooperation with the archives, privately the former president began obsessing over fitness arguments. Sources close to Trump say he was complaining to aids about the 15 boxes that were handed over and becoming increasingly convinced that he should have full control over records that remained at Mar-a-Lago. Now, Trump advisers have made it clear they want this to be a political, not legal battle, while the Department of Justice is hard at work in their ongoing criminal investigation. That's it for today's political briefing. Thank you so much for listening and please take a moment and be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts.

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"mar" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

09:03 min | 3 months ago

"mar" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"To do some work accidentally grabbed in addition to the personal documents for his friend. Some classified documents, I guess, easy to do. And then was super embarrassed and hid them in his desk, you know, his friend's desk drawer, rather than just, you know, instantly calling his superior and saying, hey man, you're not going to believe this. I accidentally grabbed a couple files of classified documents, you know, just tried to hide them. If you inserted into there, oh, and by the way, then was asked to return them and returned half of them, right? That would have been a very, very different case, right? And so what happened in that case was, you know, he was convicted. He was sentenced to 43 days of confinement. He was discharged from the air force for bad conduct and reduced in rank to airman basic, which totally totally basically called real basic. So yeah, I mean, basically they were like sentenced to put a lot of love. What is it? Live, love, laugh, toaster above his bedroom and that's it. Exactly. So if you had, it would go either way, right? Like if he'd had the opportunity to just give the documents back, then there would have been, you know, I don't know, maybe a reduction in ranked, but he might not have even been fired, right? On the other hand, if you assume that Donald Trump situation here of, hey, we asked you to give these documents back and you gave back one folder, but not the other one, right? Now, you would not have had this kind of slap on the wrist punishment, right? You would have had absolutely a much more serious offense because it would negate the inference of, oh, this was just an accident. This is just a mistake. And notice by the way that Trump's allies are walking that line. They're not claiming mistake, right? They're walking that line sort of very carefully of like, well, you know, I mean, this seems totally out of proportion to just the presidential record. They could have just asked for it at any point, well, we did ask, okay, well, you know, you could have asked to get nicer. Right. They're not saying that the president F potus thought that he had a right to these documents. They haven't tried to make that argument yet. And you are to sort of bring this full circle 100% correct that that methodological slow process of first we're going to call an ask, then we're going to negotiate, then we're going to serve a subpoena, and we're going to ask and we're going to send down and you're going to voluntarily give it over the FBI agents. And then we're going to look through it and we're going to be like, oh, look, box is two, three, four. I can not believe that that happened. That they didn't just move them all down. But no, they kept the boxes with their original numbering. Always good for that. I referenced the Kansas City mob boss from casino who kept his thorough expense reports. And it's always good when they do the crime ink by numbers. And give you a guide to it. So let's look at the last criminal offense that's listed on the search warrant. And that is 18 USC 2071. And we actually talked about this one already because this is the one that contains the disqualification provision in it. That says, shall be disqualified from holding any office under the United States. So it says, whoever, having the custody of any such record preceding blah blah blah, willfully and unlawfully conceals removes mutilates obliterates falsifies or destroys the same, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years or both. One of the things and then it has that disqualification provision, which again I would argue, professor Tillman persuaded me at some length that is not at all enforceable. So one of the things that struck me about all three of these statutes when taken together is that these are not. Accident, you know, as we just went through, these are not accident statutes. And these are not just record keeping record storing criminal violations. And let me give you what I mean by that by comparison. So for example, the search warrant does not list 18 USC 1924. I thought it might because this is the easiest presidential records act record keeping crime to prove. It says whoever being an officer employee contractor consultant in the United States and by virtue of his office becomes possessed of documents or materials containing classified information of the United States. Knowingly removes such documents or materials without authority and with the intent to retain such documents or materials at an unauthorized location, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for not more than 5 years or both. So felony, serious crime, all that it requires is that you knowingly possess the documents and that you intend to take them. And store them somewhere where they're not authorized. You don't have to prove espionage here. You don't have to prove that you know that these are top secret documents as it says on the face of the you don't have to prove that they're useful or anything like that. You just have to prove I had the documents I remove them to a place that was not authorized. Instead of charging instead of listing this potential offense, the three offenses that are listed, right? Espionage destruction alteration falsification of records in connection with the federal investigation and concealment removal or mutilation involve doing something with the documents, right? Not just I've picked all these up at a storing them in the basement at Mar-a-Lago. Now this is, I've picked these up and I'm going to give them to people who aren't authorized to have them, or I'm going to alter them, or I'm going to otherwise conceal and keep them away from the folks who need to see them. So in other words, the supporting affidavit has got to allege those elements of those crimes in order for there to be probable cause to believe that there's evidence for those crimes. It must say, not just, oh, Trump picked up a whole bunch of documents that were top secret and then threw him in the basement at Mar-a-Lago. And has forgotten about them, right? It's more than that. And I want us to sort of get out and get in front of that because I think that will be. And I know it's not much of an argument, but they've had not much of an argument so far. That will be the position that Republicans retreat to, right? Okay, all right, so there are top secret nuclear materials, but all we have is the evidence, has not taken a handful of top secret nuclear materials and thrown them in your basement. But you're going to hear characterizations like that. Yeah, they stored them at an improper place. Well, what kind of a crime is improper storage? And I want you to recall, then think back to this episode and know that there are allegations of that, and when you allege all three of these statutes in my mind together, those are allegations of, we're not exactly sure what you're doing with this, but you're doing something you're not supposed to, right? You're either preparing to give it to somebody? Yeah, do you think there could be more to come? There could be evidence of somebody trying to sell it or something like that? There has to be more to come, right? Because again, this is, and it is, you get you're getting a glimpse into the process of Merrick Garland here, right? You never start at the top, right? It strikes me as implausible that they don't know.

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"mar" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

09:27 min | 3 months ago

"mar" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Are there a couple examples? Yeah, there's the dumpster guy example. Yeah, there's the guy who brought his documents with him on a vacation. You know, showed his buddy and then left them in the drawer. At his friend's house. Okay. There are a couple of cases that are edge cases that we're going to use to make an example out of you. But basically, if you're charged with 7 93, that's your charged with taking U.S. secrets and giving them to the enemy. And a magistrate judge has said, there was probable cause to believe that there is evidence of that crime at Mar-a-Lago. And by the way, notice, as we go through these three statutes, evidence of that crime means committed by Donald Trump, right? There would not be evidence of any other person. Yeah, because all of these are related. The 7 93 could be is the only one where you maybe could say, okay, the lackey who was carrying it out. Had unauthorized possession. And put the box in the basement at Mar-a-Lago. But as we move to the other statutes, they apply so, for example, 2071, applies to those who have custody of the records in the first place, right? Well, the only person with custody over those records to begin with was the president of the United States. The guy moving the boxes never had custody of that record. Right. You said, so for example, right? Let's move on to 1519, right? So we just did espionage. 1519 is destruction alteration or falsification of records in federal investigations. Put a pin in that word investigations, right? Here's what the statute says. Whoever knowingly alters destroys mutilates conceals covers up falsifies or makes a false entry in any record document or tangible object with the intent to impede obstruct or influence the investigation or proper administration of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or any bankruptcy case. Or in relation or contemplation of any such matter case shall be fined in prison, not more than 20 years. That's the most serious federal felony. Or both. So yeah, all of those will fools in that statute make it clear that this could not apply to, oh yeah, the president told me, you know, the F potus told me to pick up box 13 a and put it over there and I did that. Well, I didn't knowingly do anything. I didn't knowingly falsify or cover up or make a false entry. I certainly didn't intend to impede obstruct or influence any investigation. The only person to whom these statutes as written could apply are the president, right? It couldn't be family members or anybody else, maybe who could have had access to custody of these. So good question as could it could it be Jared Kushner? Lives in Mar-a-Lago, does he? He does not. But somebody else in the administration, maybe. Cabinet. Yeah, it could be, but then the question still becomes, who is so, in other words, you're saying, these are documents that make and again, let's just say Jared Kushner look bad. And so that's why the president has segregated the taking them in segregated them and perhaps destroyed them or that sort of thing. Notice, again, that's still a crime by the former president. Right, that's not at all. So maybe let me make sure I'm understanding because in my head at all times and this could just be wrong, Trump doesn't literally doesn't do anything himself. Like he has other people do things all the time. And I get that you're saying, doesn't matter if he had the moving guy, you know, put the secret stuff there. The movers are not liable. He's liable because he had custody of it because he's the only one who could have because but is there anybody else in the cabinet in the whatever who's like could be in on this to whom that could refer? You know, I don't know. Is there anybody even somebody like a Bannon or I guess not literally Bannon, but somebody like that, you know? Somebody was trying to profit off this information by being close to Trump and since Trump does nothing himself. I just can't imagine he knows which boxes got what in it. I just, I can't imagine the Trump knows that. I don't know. Maybe I'm wrong. No, I think that's right, and I think that goes back to, you know, what we sort of left dangling from the beginning of this conversation, which is that there is a conspiracy here too. It is absolutely correct. Donald Trump did not select these 47 boxes, right? Donald Trump did not individually move these 47 boxes, right? That there was a concerted effort to identify and remove these documents. My point is that however you slice it, you can not slice it in such a way in which, you know, because we sort of put forth this hypothetical in which the evidence to be gained at Mar-a-Lago, for which I met extra judges said there was probable cause to believe that there was this level of evidence. Another side note, I said that was always kind of in the 30s to me in law school and our buddy LegalEagle put out an emergency video yesterday and he said that his understanding in law school was that it was in the 40s and in some jurisdictions probable cause merges with preponderance of the evidence, right? And so in other words, that it's even higher potentially even higher. So I thought that was interesting. I hadn't heard that before. I had always assumed LegalEagle that I were roughly the same age, but maybe we have different recollections. Those preponderance of the evidence numbers to this one. But look, it is a big working deal when a judge says I believe that there is probable cause to believe that there is evidence of a crime committed here. And as we pointed out on Thursday, you could have evidence of a crime committed at your house that would not implicate you, right? Ranging from, oh, yeah, the suspect, the ultimate suspect hidden your basement and you didn't know, right? And all of a sudden, the police show up and the warrant, right? The search warrant containing the affidavit would say, you know, there's a separate external entrance to the basement and people have been running into the basement and I say, well, I don't ever remember anyone running into the basement. They're like, well, yeah, no, that's why we got some guys watching it, right? And then they go, they search my house, but the evidence they collect is not related to crimes against that they think that I Andrew Torres have committed. What I'm saying is I think we can close the door on that with respect to here. It is, I can't even come up with a scenario in my head under which someone else. The documents were loaded into your helicopter, right? They were loaded into marine one and taken to your house and put in your basement. So eliminate that. In all these when you're talking about all these statutes, I just want to make sure that this is accurate because in my head, the whole time I'm thinking, gosh, the fact that they ask for this and he didn't return it. Sure feels to me like extra fuel for the intent fire. You know, it's pretty weird. If you were that guy with a dumpster, well, no, because he was a bad example. But if you're one of the cases that you went through for the Hillary emails thing where it's kind of an accidental thing or whatever. Like, oh, whoops, I took home the wrong thing and put it in the wrong place. I accidentally left something in my car. Whatever. If then, the FB or whoever, the FBI, the archivist, whoever it is, is like, hey, you've got those boxes in your car. You need to give them back. Those don't belong to you. That's secret, whatever. And you don't. It feels to me like there's no possible way in hell you can be like, I'm not giving it back for two years, but it's total accident whoopsie. You know? Yeah, no, I think that's right. And I think if you look at any of those 7 93 F cases, and insert the opportunity to have corrected the problem, right? So the first case that we talked about was United States versus Gonzales, right? And that was Arthur Gonzalez was stationed at elmendorf air base in Alaska and he was going to visit a buddy who worked for an oil company, all the oil companies are prudhoe bay. That's the terminus of the trans Alaska pipeline system.

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"mar" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

09:28 min | 3 months ago

"mar" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Hello and welcome to opening arguments. Don't adjust that dial. It is a bonus follow-up episode. I'm Thomas. That's Andrew Torres. I think from officially from the Andrew was right that we heard on Thursday. How are you doing, Andrew? I am doing I'll stick with fantastic overwhelmed under rested, but wow. This is, this is his big news Friday as we have had maybe ever. So yeah, so here we are getting together to do an emergency episode. The dominoes started falling Thursday night right after we had finalized, of course. Our episode. And one of the things I said, I was really proud of this, but you know, it doesn't do you a lot of good was everything that came out subsequent to our recording was consistent with what we said in the recording, right? So in other words, we didn't predict gosh. How could we have predicted the story that broke Thursday evening that multiple sources were saying that these were nuclear sensitive documents. There's no way to have predicted that. But, you know, I felt pretty good that our well, yeah, let me to your horn. Yeah. Because you're totally right. I mean, there's no one is going to be predicting the news a 100%. So yes, we didn't predict exactly what that was. But I think it's important and valuable to note how consistent what you said was with what it ended up being. You know, I said, oh, is this just gonna be a presidential records thingy that's not a big deal? And you said, very proven, very correct. That's just coming from Trump world and don't be so sure that that's all that's going on. It's a minor records thing that's not gonna be a big deal. And sure enough, it is a big F and deal. And so thank you on that. And also, on Friday, the Trump administration, again, as we predicted consistent with their past behavior, oh, I do want to make a side note. I said I wasn't going to do an Andrew was wrong on this. I gave them credit for releasing the raffensperger call and I think somebody said that raffensperger released that call. And then Trump didn't object to it. But in any event, they released the zelensky call, right? And sure enough. To get out in front of everything, quote unquote, they decided that they were going to release to a friendly outfit and by friendly, we mean white nationalist outfit, breitbart. The entire search warrant can including attachments a and B, but not including shocker, the affidavit that is going to describe the facts that the government knows. So keep in mind as we talk about what is now publicly available, that there is still an information symmetry, right? Donald Trump threw his lawyer, Christina bob, knows the facts that were set out in what is probably, you know, these are usually like a three to 7 page affidavit, right? And it is your affiance hereby states that he has seen the following facts and knows them to be true to the best of his information and belief. I watched the premises on such and such a day and I saw people doing this. And it lists the specific facts that you want the magistrate judge signing off on the warrant to draw the inference of that there is probable cause to have committed said crimes. So that information is also still out there. And is the kind of thing that we should be continuing to pressure Donald Trump about because hell, right? If he gave us the search warrant, you know, maybe he'll give us the affidavit as well. Well, I think you just was so brilliantly painted into a corner by Merrick Garland. What is he going to do? What other option did he have? He would have looked like a pretty, what it looked pretty dumb. What it looked pretty contradictory even to Republicans. For him to be like, this is a sham. They want they need release everything, release everything. Okay, we'll release everything. Never mind. Donner don't release it. That would have been pretty tough. Yeah, and we know that at the hearing, which I haven't even bothered to follow up on the docket I assume the relief has either been granted or mooted. But the deadline was set Friday at 3 p.m. eastern standard time for Donald Trump to weigh in on whether he opposed the relief sought by the Department of Justice in the U.S. district court for the southern district of Florida. And several hours before that breitbart had a copy of the search warrant. So let's start with everything the search weren't said, which again fit in exactly the pattern that we told you it was going to fit into, right? It was going to start off with an attachment to a, which describes with particularity the property to be searched. And I'm going to pause on this a little bit because again, it is not common. Nothing about this is cop. Nothing about this is precedented in American history. Keep in mind also Donald Trump lives at a public golf course. And so when we're talking about stuff he has in the basement, we are talking about the kinds of things. There's no way it's a public golf course, right? I mean, it's got to be a membership racist. Oh, sure. Yeah, I mean, I don't know what the I know. It's obviously you're not a golfer. I quote the great movie. What the hell? Big lebowski. Oh yeah. But yeah, Andrew's not a golfer. A public golf course, it's not that. That's like a municipal. I'm not using private club for racists only. But yes, it is. I'm not using it in the gulf sense of the term because I am not a golfer. I am using it in the legal sense of the term, right? Which is to say that this is a building that holds itself out to members of the public, and this is a building that has full-time employees that come and go. And prior to June of 2022, Donald Trump has released the picture of the puny little padlock they put on the room. But prior to June of 2022, these items and these are 27 boxes of items, right? So we are not talking about a handful of things. We're talking about 27 boxes of stuff that was in a room that if you decided that you wanted a tour of Mar-a-Lago, right? You were like, hey, look, I happen to be a billionaire, and I'd like to join this golf club. Can you give me a tour? You could have Saul Goodman away from the tour for 30 seconds and gotten into this room. If you were, oh, I don't intelligence. A member of Ford intelligence, could you have gotten hired as a waiter, a cook, of course, this is not just, you know, us spitballing. I mean, it is a spitballing on a podcast. But these are the trivially easiest ways when you talk about, again, we're going to put this in sharp relief against Hillary Clinton. When you talk about a party, that manufactured an entire election issue out of, well, maybe as these emails are being transmitted to a private server, they now become marginally easier to intercept by skilled computer hackers to, hey, I could put on a fake mustache and go down the stairs. I mean, I think there was maybe a Chinese, wasn't there something like that? This isn't just us coming up with movie premises of people doing stuff. I think believe it's actually happened that foreign intelligence agents have tried to gain access to stuff at Mar-a-Lago, right? I think that's right, but we are doing it live. That's okay. I did want to note if you hear any more ums and bumps and whatever's the normal. We are getting this out. There's a balance between quality and speed and we're putting on the accelerator. This is a speed podcast. Yeah, so no editing. We won't fact check. We'll just say I'm pretty sure I read that. But don't put that on Andrew, that's me saying I'm pretty sure I read that. All of our journalistic standards have been reduced to zero to get quickly as possible. We're basically InfoWars today, but now attachment a describes the property to be searched and it says the premises to be searched 1100 south ocean boulevard, Palm Beach Florida three three four 8 O is further described as a resort club and residents located near the intersection of southern boulevard and south ocean boulevard. It is described as a mansion with approximately 58 bedrooms, 33 bathrooms on a 17 acre estate.

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"mar" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

08:52 min | 3 months ago

"mar" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"CNN political director, this is the CNN political briefing. Here's what you need to know in politics for Friday, August 12th. We are learning our first bits of information of what the FBI actually seized from Mar-a-Lago 11 sets of classified documents according to some early reports and Donald Trump trying to spin his way out of this with his version of, there's nothing to see here, folks. Ever since news first broke by the former president himself, Monday night, that FBI agents executed a search warrant and seized materials from Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate down in Florida. The question that hovered over this development was, what were they looking for? What did they take? What are they investigating throughout the week when we've talked about this topic, we've been clear to sort of note what we don't know? Well, the universe of what we don't know is shrinking and the universe of what we do know is starting to grow a bit. Today, at about the time we're recording this podcast, there were some late developments. We learned initially from The Wall Street Journal that the FBI had seized 11 sets of classified documents in that Monday execution of the search warrant down in Mar-a-Lago. And then Politico got a look at the search warrant and according to their reporting, the warrant shows federal law enforcement was investigating Trump for removal or destruction of records, obstruction of an investigation and violating the espionage act. Now, Merrick Garland, the attorney general yesterday, made a very rare move to go out publicly and talk about an ongoing investigation. And in that statement, attorney general Garland said that the Department of Justice was requesting that the court unseal the search warrant and property receipt, meaning the document that shows exactly what the FBI took with it, which by the way, it also furnished to Donald Trump's counsel at the time of the search and seizure on Monday. Well, now we are learning as we are recording this podcast that Trump's legal team is following through what Trump said in his statement just before midnight last night, which was that he was not going to oppose the unsealing. And Trump's legal counsel had a 3 p.m. eastern deadline today and they apparently told the court that they are not opposed to the unsealing of the warrant and having it out there publicly. This is how we now know because news organizations got a look at that warrant about what the FBI was looking at, including potential violation of the espionage act by Donald Trump. There were days where only Donald Trump and his allies were talking about what they were describing as a raid and totally inappropriate sort of persecution they said of the former president and Garland in this rare move yesterday stepped into filth of all Americans and titled to the even handed application of the law to due process of the law and to the presumption of innocence. Much of our work is by necessity conducted out of the public eye. We do that to protect the constitutional rights of all Americans and to protect the integrity of our investigations. This is all I can say right now. Now, this raised a whole series of questions about sort of how sensitive was this material. And this was the debate going in. It's like, does the attorney general of the United States and the head of the FBI sign off on this kind of search and seizure of a former president's home? If it wasn't of the highest need. Now with The Wall Street Journal reporting that 11 sets of classified documents were taken, some of which had to deal with the pardon of Roger Stone, Trump's forever political sort of consigliere, if you will, as you know, Roger Stone ultimately did get that Trump pardon, but there was some material related to that apparently. And yet, Donald Trump has been putting out statement after statement. After The Wall Street Journal reported that 11 sets of classified documents were taken, Trump himself is saying everything was declassified that there was nothing classified. As his spokesperson called it, that this search and seizure was, quote, unnecessary. Well, that remains to be seen and obviously Donald Trump or his allies just saying so is not where this is going to end. But that's the argument that they're putting up right now. And he's trying to throw chum in the water by suggesting that Barack Obama took 33,000 documents, classified documents from his administration to Chicago, which the national archives instantly put out and a statement debunking that that that was totally not true and that the records of the Obama administration are entirely within the control of the national archives exactly how it should be spelled out by the presidential records act. So when Merrick Garland asked the court or announced that DoJ was going to ask the court to unseal the documents, it was sort of like the ball was back in Donald Trump's court. You know, are you still going to claim that you're being unduly persecuted and try to, in some way, hide these documents from public view because by the way, Merrick Garland said he was only seeking to have these unsealed with the former president's consent. And he utilized the fact that the former president was the one that revealed the search and seizure publicly to begin with. And of course, that there is an intense public interest around this case. That is what prompted Garland to come out yesterday and he sort of was calling Trump on his bluff. It's also worth noting that the other reason Garland went out publicly yesterday was to give a full vocal defense of the FBI and the Department of Justice who have come under attack from Donald Trump and his allies for doing their jobs and Merrick Garland said he simply was not going to stand for that. I will not stand by silently when their integrity is unfairly attacked. The men and women of the FBI and the Justice Department are dedicated patriotic public servants. You know, it's worth noting the Republican reaction and what shifted and what hasn't shifted since Monday night when Trump made it publicly known that this search warrant was executed at his home. To a large extent, the Republican Party was unified with Trump here, sort of applying the pressure that Garland better explain exactly what DoJ was doing. That this was something to question and attack and to use for political advantage. And even some Republicans who were like, well, let's wait and see what exactly this is. Quickly got on board with the notion that this was potential overreach from the government. Listen to Elise Stefanik. The Republican congresswoman from New York, she is the chairwoman of the House Republican conference, a member of House Republican leadership. Here's what she had to say. President Donald Trump is Joe Biden's most likely as political opponent in 2024. And this is less than 100 days from critical midterm elections. The FBI rate of president Trump is a complete abuse and overreach of its authority. And that was before she'd even seen any of the documents that are now emerging the warrant or the property receipt of what they were actually seizing and what they were looking for. Now, it'll be interesting to pay close attention to see if Republicans start moderating their tone at all. We heard a little bit from Kevin McCarthy today. He still raised a ton of questions, but he'd no longer was promising to investigate Merrick Garland if indeed Republicans take over the House of Representatives in January. For this matter. Listen carefully to see, especially if Republicans and leadership still start raising questions but start softening their line of attack that this was somehow a totally inappropriate or untoward search. That may indicate where the politics of this may go because it has energized the right, but it's also raising questions of if it's energizing the right

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"mar" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show

The Trish Regan Show

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"mar" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show

"Faith, family, and most importantly freedom. Go to amac dot U.S. slash Regan sign up, take a stand for America today. We've got a lot that's happening right now, and not a whole lot of it is good. I mean, from the threat of World War three to the threat of millions of people coming here illegally that we can't account for and of course we have to somehow find a way to manage to the now threat of recession. These are the economic consequences of poor policy. You think about poor policy, just even on the energy front. I mean, again, I keep saying this, but I got to remind you, aren't intelligence teams knew that Putin was capable of this. So if you're a smart person, is the right hand not talking to the left, and you're running these meetings. If you're the president or whoever is running these meetings for the president, because I told you yesterday, sometimes it's really questionable. He needs his cheat sheets just to take reporters questions. So whoever's running these meetings and coming up with strategies, wouldn't you think, well, we got the threat of Vladimir Putin, which means we're going to be taking a lot of energy off the global energy markets, where else can we go? What else should we do? Because we can't, we can't. Let's be honest with ourselves here. Deal with $9 at the gas pumps, which, by the way, we are going to be seeing come Memorial Day weekend. Watch for that. Because there's no other supply coming onto the market. So why wouldn't.

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"mar" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show

The Trish Regan Show

06:03 min | 8 months ago

"mar" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show

"Out. I want to give you their phone number one 8 6 6 5 8 9 zero 5 6 zero one 8 6 6 5 8 9 zero 5 6 zero Charles was actually on the show on Monday. The CEO of the company. So you're welcome to go back and listen to Monday's show and hear a little bit more from him. The reality is this inflation is here inflation is not going away you need to protect yourself, your future and your family and of course your investments and one way to do that is of course through gold. But let's go back to President Biden because he's hardly the gold standard right now. It's really amazing to me because as president, right, you would think you're kind of know your stuff. And you know what you're saying and where you're going and when you get a bunch of reporters throwing questions that you know how to manage it, you know how to answer the questions. Well, that is, unless you're Joe Biden, who I know, you know, he's up there in age, 79 years old, but I think he's always kind of been a bit Spacey. I mean, it's especially bad now. I think he's an old 79. But the guys never really, let's face it. I mean, all the gaffes over the years, he's never really been that good at articulating his thoughts. And it makes me wonder, are these really his thoughts? I mean, take a look at this. I want you to see it because it's really incredible. He was at a press conference with reporters just the other day. It really speaks to exactly how challenged he is. There's a note card that says tough Putin Q&A talking points. And it actually lists out the questions and possible answers. For him, he says one of the possible questions that somebody wrote was if you weren't advocating for regime change, what did you mean? Can you clarify? And he's got his answer. I was expressing the moral outrage I felt towards the actions of this man. I was not articulating a change in policy. Okay, keep in mind, the other day, right, in poll, and he gives this big speech I actually like the speech. I thought it was actually rather honest, and he said, there's no way this guy can stay in power. I think we all know that. We all agree with that. The problem for him was that, you know, he hadn't okayed it with NATO and he just kind of shoots off his mouth in a way that you're not supposed to right. This is the president of the United States. And so now Russia is like, ha ha. Look, see, they really do want regime change. And so there's this whole clean up mess going on. To the point where he's actually going to his tough talking points. On Q&A cards, it goes on Macron said he would have used these, I can't quite make out the rest of it because there's a microphone in the way the UK government suggested it was a problem. Is this now threatening to splinter unity with your NATO airlines? Airlines allies. And this is a course because do not forget Emmanuel Macron came out and said, no, we're not intent on regime change. And so there's just been an old disaster, frankly, that his unfolded as a result of Biden's inability to properly articulate himself. And now it's come to the point where he's using talking points. Written up by who? I'd like to know. Who actually creates these cheat cards? Because if it were me, I'd write down notes. I'd write down notes on a piece of this is what I do. I write down my notes. I know what I want to talk about and where I'm going. And one would think a politician would be able to do that himself, but I guess he's relying on Jen Psaki to type these up so neatly for him or I don't know, Antony Blinken? I mean, it's really pretty amazing. It makes you wonder who's really in charge, right? Who's really controlling everything? Because he obviously can't say what he really thinks without igniting a massive, massive challenge. Okay, coming up, I want to talk about Will Smith, you know, look, I said the other day, I think the thing was sort of staged because I just find it peculiar, really strange that he's able to sit there through the rest of the show without getting arrested by the police. I mean, if I'm Chris Rock, right? Like I'm like, wait a minute, this guy's still in the front row. If I'm the rest of the audience, I'm uncomfortable with him still being there. Why didn't they arrest him? I mean, does that tell you that they were looking at it as a ratings opportunity? But before we get to that, you know, I'm all for being protected. It's so critical. Every single one of us be protected, but you know what? Who's getting protected? You know what? What group is getting protected these days? It feels like certainly when you see some of the changes to the rules regarding the border criminals, illegal migrants corrupt politicians. These are the people that get protected. Well, I say it's time to protect our values are conservative values. Our beloved America by taking a stand here. The association of mature American citizens, known as amac, is the conservative voice that standing up for you for me for all of us and our future in America, amac is the conservative voice for mature Americans. They're standing up for causes that they believe in. Freedom, loving American share. This love for our country, like amac. So by joining amac, you can do this and combine your efforts with 2.3 million members who share your values. And you know what? You're going to get all kinds of exclusive benefits. Deals on cell phones and their plans deals on insurance, deals on travel restaurants, hotels, all that kind of stuff. All you have to do is go to a Mac U.S. slash Regan my last name, a Mac U.S. slash Regan Regan and join a renew today. You know what? It's only gonna cost just $16. So this is what you need to do. 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"mar" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"mar" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

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"mar" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show

The Trish Regan Show

05:15 min | 9 months ago

"mar" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show

"Good. You've heard me say it for a while. Inflation inflation inflation, it's here and it's getting worse. There are now stickers on a bunch of gas pumps and grocery store aisles that people have found where it's a picture of Joe Biden pointing to the very high gas price. And a smile saying, I did that. Yeah. He did that. He did that. But let's be very clear. You know, he's going to try and blame Russia and you're going to be able to blame Russia. I get it for future problems, but what we're dealing with in the here and now the increase of 7.9% in consumer prices, that's all on Joe. That has nothing to do with Russia. It's going to get worse. It's going to get a whole lot worse, believe me. I would not be surprised by the busy summer driving season to see $9 a gallon at the gas pumps. And that's going to have a tremendous effect, negative effect on our overall economy because you know what? When you're spending that much money on gas, you don't have as much money to spend on other things. Consumer spending don't forget makes up 70% of the overall economy. This is why we need a strong thriving middle class. But when spending gets eaten into by basic needs like food and energy, which is exactly what we're seeing play out, well, then people don't have as much money to spend on all those other things. And this is why the threat of stagflation now has become very, very real. You have inflation, right? The increase in prices because of the increase in energy costs, coupled with a very slow growth environment because people aren't spending money on lots of other things and consequently here you are right back in the 70s. I mean, it's surreal how we're right back in the 70s, complete with the Cold War. That's by the way, not so cold, right? This war that's heating up, the economic consequences will be severe. Now, if you look at the polls in the studies, what you see is the majority of Americans are okay with higher gas prices knowing that we're cutting Russia off. And I think that that's sort of a moral thing, right? We're all willing to take some pain because we don't want innocent children being slaughtered in Ukraine. So we're willing to do that. But now it's on Joe to kind of think more creatively here and he doesn't even have to think that created. Again, we have a tremendous energy business right here in the United States. So it's time to get that all up and running. It's time to look at green energy alternatives and it's time to go around the world and say, okay, which countries can we do business? Iran, I'm sorry. You're out of the picture. In fact, this weekend, you're really blew it. Getting yourself out of the picture there with that little stint. The problem too with Iran keep in mind they're effectively a client state of Russia, so Russia may have put them up to that and it was timed Soleimani's death and this that and the other, but they've made it very clear we can't do business with them. So we need to be more creative and thoughtful about who else is on the planet that's not going to be a complete other disaster. But we need to get back to this bottom line stand up for our values, stand up while we can because we are the world's largest economy. So let's make sure that we're not going to be threatened with higher gas prices. Let's make sure that we keep our thing going on. Let's make sure that we help Europe by being able to export our energy to Europe. These are kind of no brainer things to do. And as I said, we all wish the Keystone pipeline was turned on and working right now. We need to find solutions, this honestly isn't that hard. They're making this much, much harder for themselves and while I'm reluctant to take shots at Joe Biden in this administration while we've got such a situation going on, I will say this, the guy is not bright if he can't figure out how to turn the spigots on here at home in the United States of America to the people are not faced with $9 gas. This should be the priority right now. This is going to continue developing, let's hope that things are worked through in Rome, Jake Sullivan, again sitting down with his Chinese counterpart to try and diplomatically come up with some solutions. I do not think that China would be well served. Working with Russia on any of this, this would be disastrous for China, disasters for the world. So hopefully they're going to do the right thing. India, we should all be quite discouraged by if they're willing to sell the world out so that they get a little bit of cheap oil. This is a big reminder though, everyone. Oil makes the world go round, okay? You can talk all you want about green energy and I'm a big believer in its future, but we don't have it in the here and now. We need oil. We need natural gas and every country should remember that in order to have autonomy and independence you need energy. Well, that and apparently nuclear weapons, right? Because you know that Ukraine send they're saying, why did we give those up in 2004? Understandably, it was a mistake. Clearly. Anyway, we're going to have a whole lot more on this in tomorrow's show, so I encourage you again to make sure you're subscribing. Make sure that you have hit the like button on YouTube if you're watching on YouTube, make sure you subscribe to the channel. Make sure you subscribe on rumble and I will see you on my website Trish Intel dot com Trish Intel dot com where you can get all your news and information and back here of course with you tomorrow..

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"mar" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

Midlife Mixtape

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"mar" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

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"mar" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

Midlife Mixtape

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"mar" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

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"mar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"mar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"With fifteen minutes of i think neighborhood and so they spending a lot of time together and i think their families got close and so So he valued that he needed someone and maybe feel wasn't the right person because of their history you know may may maybe that was never really an option but You know because they had clashed for awhile over the direction. The offense should take an and how much kobe should shoot. And things like that and so maybe maybe feel recognized that he wasn't the right guy to serve in that role but yeah as we know from fills book happy. Things were pretty tense. Also that was that was also the season where mid season. I had to sit down with fill in memphis and we talk about the whole the usual shack koby whatever they're going through it again and that's when phil says shack be the focal point going forward and of at that time as you guys note in the podcast phil had also gone to jerry. Buss at some point said we got to consider trading kobe. And and as you guys also note fills up for an extension with the lakers. Which lakers weirdly call off talks and announce there will be no extension right before the all star game that year shack heading toward his walk year and wants an extension. That the lakers. Don't wanna give kobe's heading toward free agency or the likelihood of free agency. He had an opt out then everybody knew he was going to exercise so there was just like it was just so tense on every level. If if if the sexual assault case had never happened it still would have been an insanely intense season any tense season for that team. You drop it in. And then as bill says in the podcast all hell broke loose. Talk when he said that. When we're talking i'm just like oh my god you know. It took me back to that. Time and phil has its way. Film doesn't overdramatize but every so often he'll just and and i think he's right. I don't think it's hyperbole. But a member in two thousand four playoffs they fall down to nothing to the spurs. And and phil let them know that this could the death knell for this group you know as we know it and and he went around and told everybody in lee. You know your contract's up your contracts up your contracts up my contract's up and as these meeting with the team and he basically says this could be it A death knell situation and and then he comes out and tells the media what he just told the players and so when when he dropped that line when we were talking just says all hell broke loose and it just reminded me just how chaotic that. Oh three or four year was you. It's interesting to pull back for a second. I was looking at this. As or as i was thinking about it as i was listening to episode..

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"mar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"mar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"It doesn't make sense. It's one thing to name the mvp award of the all star game after him. It's another thing to say. He's going to be the like not the face of the league but the silhouette of the league as as the logo and the criticism howard would be justified. It wouldn't just see people complaining. For the sake of complaining. People that will come out of the woodwork will have a legitimate gripe i believe a legitimate case and the people on the other side who who are going to say that this kobe bryant is more than just that one moment that is that's strong and potentially persuasive or as well it's more just a matter of as a practical matter. It doesn't make sense even invite that debate but it's also like this is just so let's let's just move onto the the actual fundamentals of of of a logo and this league. Why are we even having discussion at all. Well i guess you know vanessa. Bryant weighed in and jeanie buss as a team owner who obviously jeannie carries a lot of weight herself as as one of thirty owners in this league and somebody who's respected and who has an important voice and kyrie irving. I think as you put it speaks for like an entire generation of players maybe all nba players is certainly a ton of them who who worship kobe and everything he stood for and consider him an inspiration and influence. But there's no real reason to consider changing the logo. The nba has had for decades. I would also say. I don't know that it should be a specific player. I mean the nba will tell you. It's not a specific player right. So we've all understood it to be jerry west for the longest time and jerry west of leaving joke about. I'm the logo right. And we all refer to him as the logo. The nba has never officially acknowledged that they kind of. Actually you know the outright tonight or they just kind of try to dis- assembles the right word about it. They don't they don't really Promote that at all interesting piece the other day on his blog from terry lyons longtime mba executive who worked in pr and other other roles in the nba going all the way back to the beginnings of the stern era and terry has seen those at all he produced in his blog. There's a photo of oscar robertson dribbling against jerry west in which oscar robertson is in the exact pose of the logo that we are so familiar with and terry lyons who again has been the beginning. Says there aren't that many great photos of this era of the nba. But there is this. One of oscar. Robertson looks exactly like the logo. Terry lyons says. I may be the only one but i believe the logo was in fact actually oscar robertson ironically dribbling against jerry west in this photo the nba will say. No it's just it's a generic player if we were going to change it. Why would it be kobe. Not michael jordan. Why would it be kobe and not. I don't know lebron. He's still playing. But why wouldn't it be magic. Why wouldn't be kareem. I wouldn't be bill russell bill russell..

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"mar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"mar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"The hawks are probably going to play pretty well over the next couple of months because as you mentioned all the injuries they're gonna start getting these guys back it'll start with donna. You'll get the andrea hunter backer or deandre hunter was having an amazing season to start the year. He was averaging like seventeen. A game and the hawks were or ten and nine when he went out of the lineup. So you bring him back the teams go start playing better. I think some of the famous fatal statistics for loyd pierce were the fourth quarter. Numbers like they had leads in the fourth quarter of a lot of games and it just blew him. They had the worst defensive rating in the fourth quarter in the league. It was like one hundred and twenty or something like that. They were terrible in the fourth quarter and coughed up. Leads left and right and the eye test you watch them play over this last stretch lost three out of four and i watched a couple of games. The oklahoma city won the miami one. They didn't look like they were trying to look engaged at all on either end of the floor to get smacked around by oklahoma city team. That is playing hard and is trying to win. Despite the fact that they're undermanned. That told me and i'm sure it told people in atlanta that this team had tuned out loyd pier so i think it's gonna be fine. He'll land on his feet somewhere as assistant coach. And i think he'll earn another opportunity in the league. This didn't surprise me one bit. I i think the question i would ever you. Howard is can nate mcmillan. Right the ship i mean. Can this team get back into playoff contention with half the season left. Couple quick notes so there as we speak their twelve twelfth and offense efficiency which you would expect to be much better for a team with all that firepower like this is not a team. You expect to be a lockdown defensive team but they should be lead. Offensively and twelfth in offense of efficiency would indicate underachieving the twenty third in defensive efficiency which okay bottom third. But you look at the personnel. It's kind of what you would expect. Which leads to nate mcmillan. So nate has always been you know whether personally and just in terms of his own personality or as a coach. He's like a tenacious and defensive minded guy and he's the is a demanding guy. He's very much more old school a as a coach in general as let's say lloyd doesn't like actually lloyd for being a younger coach. Lloyd pierce had a bit of that old school mentality like canarian. Yeah disciplinarian there. So it's interesting that a lot of these cases we usually get that quick pendulum. Swing right now if you had the hard ask disciplinarian. Now you get the players coach or whatever and you go back and forth between. This is not really that. Nate is like an older more established inexperienced version. And that's not to say that there's there that similar either but in terms of being demanding being old school terms of of of just just kinda hard ass approach. That's what nate has. So he's not going to be the oh. We just needed a breath of fresh air in an easier. Going coach won't be that. At all. But nick walks into it with credibility..

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