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Fresh update on "mo" discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

00:55 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mo" discussed on Past Gas

"4th, 1998, St. Petersburg, Florida. The competition is getting hot and heated at the mo kart racing center. 16 year old Danica Patrick rips her cart around the track and laps a 30 year old male competitor for the third time in 6 minutes. Furious, her challenger decides to ram Danica's cart. Then, he rams her again. Danica retaliates in the best way she knows how. By flooring it. The 16 year old laps her rival one more time before he, careens into a wall. After the race, the sword loser approaches Danica and punches her square in the helmet. How would the 5 foot two driver react? By punching him right back. Later on, the racing team's co owner Dominic massari said, I don't think the guy realized she was a girl because her helmet was on. I think when he saw that brown hair fallout, he just about died. Danica Patrick was one tough.

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Fresh update on "mo" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mo" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Station northwest news radio. Good afternoon, it's four O 6 and I'm Kathy O'Shea. Here's what's happening. In Greenwood early yesterday, a homeowner shoots a burglar who then dies. Now many wonder if the homeowner faces any charges, come a forest mo hyder has more. It'll happen at this home on north 101st street, your aurora avenue north and Greenwood. Seattle police say the homeowner shot a man to death after he climbed the fence and into the backyard. The homeowner says a man was a burglar who refused to leave. Right now this is an open investigation. We're not being told if the homeowner could base any charges. Just down the street, the shooting has one neighbor worried. Definitely makes

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Fresh update on "mo" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:27 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mo" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

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New insight into former President Donald Trump's pressure campaign on DOJ to help overturn election

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

New insight into former President Donald Trump's pressure campaign on DOJ to help overturn election

"Of Congress sought pardons for their parts and former president Donald Trump's attempt to deny President Biden's election And Thursday's House select committee hearing former White House officials in recorded interviews talked about Republicans in Congress seeking pardons from president Trump for their parts in the planning to overturn the certification of president Joe Biden's election Former Trump special assistant Cassidy Hutchinson says that included Florida's Matt Gaetz in Alabama's mo Brooks Mister Gates

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Eric Chats With 'Mystical Perelandra' Author James Como

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Eric Chats With 'Mystical Perelandra' Author James Como

"To James como, CO, MO. You can find him at James como dot com. He's a lecturer writer, teacher written many books, the new book is mystical para landra, about C. S. Lewis's book, peril andra. And we were just talking about the basic plot, James como. Let's pick up where we left off. The prohibition. So this is an unfallen planet. Weston, who is the. Villain, the villain. He's not there yet. Ransom, the good guy who's named ransom for some big reasons here, right? He arrives on the planet, and he is, in a sense, charged with helping prevent the fall on this planet. It didn't happen here. Here, the fall happened. So it was not prevented. But Louis, I mean, even for C. S. Lewis to have this idea, it doesn't get much bigger than this. It's like, you want something tough to pull off. How does that? It doesn't. The thing is, when ransom first gets there, he has no idea what he's doing there. And then when he realizes what's expected of him, he can't believe it because he's ill suited to this. You know, he's a middle aged philologist. And now he has to prevent this cosmic catastrophe. And there's no one to help him. He needs a miracle, and then he hears the voice, you know? You have a miracle. You're here to do this. And my view of this, and I really do think this is one of the great modern epics in English. We will rival anything from Greek and Roman literature. Look, look, I've said the same thing, it's not you think it is. Okay. And that makes ransom one of the great unacknowledged heroic figures in western literature. Yeah, you

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Biden's Poll Numbers Continue to Slide

The Officer Tatum Show

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden's Poll Numbers Continue to Slide

"But let's talk a little bit about slo-mo Joe creepy Joe, geriatric Joe Biden who is presumably the president of the United States of America when I don't know who's running the country because he ain't running nothing. He should be in a pamper at a home somewhere reading goosebumps or something because he ain't doing nothing for the country. Now, if you look at his ratings and I find it interesting that let's put this together, ladies and gentlemen. If you look at his ratings from RealClearPolitics, shows it his approval rating is under 40%. Actually, it's 39.7, the lowest mark that he's been at with an average of 55% disapproval, Biden's approval ratings were lower than Donald Trump's approval ratings at this time during the Trump administration.

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Mo Brooks Is Running for Senate in the Great State of Alabama

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Mo Brooks Is Running for Senate in the Great State of Alabama

"Okay, there is a couple primary races that are heating up and bubbling up across the country. And one in the beautiful, amazing state of Alabama in particular. That is promising to kind of be an inflection point of what is the direction we want the United States Senate to go in. And there's been all sorts of kind of drama around this race, and today it's a runoff. We have made our endorsement official to mo Brooks and we have it right up here, turning point action officially endorses mo Brooks, and I endorse endorse more Brooks. In this runoff for the Alabama Senate race and with us right now, is mo Brooks, who I hope will become the next senator from Alabama. Welcome to the program. My pleasure, and thank you so much for the endorsement. It's very, very meaningful. You guys have a great reputation in the state of Alabama for conservative values and in particular moral values, which are so absent in Washington, D.C.. That is totally true. And so I want to just first compliment you. I was looking at the race from afar and I thought the way that you handled the 2000 mules deal on television was just awesome. And it's very rare to see a politician kind of push back and willing to kind of talk about this. So I think it's cut 36 on the sheet. So let's play this and I'd love to get your reaction. Play cut 36. Still no evidence or proof provided that there was any sort of fraud in that. Oh no, that's wrong. I don't know why you people need to keep saying that, but that is absolutely false. That is absolutely false. You keep saying in every time, but that's absolutely false. That elections are going to be stolen if we don't fix these problems and those problems were not fixed. So I don't know who's telling you there's no evidence that that tells me you're trying to work. I'm sorry. The courts and the judges that have no, no, the courts. Don't go into that. The courts do not have the, wait a minute, no, no, I'm getting the last word on this one because you just made a false statement, okay? The courts are not the final arbiter of who wins federal election contest. Congress is. Your reaction to that kind of back and forth. Well, it's most unfortunate, but so many people in the news media the Talking Heads. They don't do their homework. They're generalists and they're absolutely was an enormous amount of voter fraud on election theft activity in the 2020 elections. And all you have to do is go back to the 2005 bipartisan report by the commission on federal election

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Kevin Kiley on the Need to Win Back Some Seats in California

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Kevin Kiley on the Need to Win Back Some Seats in California

"You talk about how if we don't win some of these seats in California, we can't take back the House of Representatives. Well, yeah, that's a great point. Some of this district, for example, this is a lean Republican district that is absolutely a seat that we need to win if we're going to take back control of Congress. And so California is one of the most important battlegrounds when it comes to winning back the house. But beyond that, Gavin Newsom has said that California is a model for the nation. And there's this sense that as California goes, so goes the country for better or worse. And so that's what I say to all the folks who are leaving our state. People are leaving California right now in record numbers because of these dramatic policy failures is that if the same thing happens to America, then where are you going to go? And so I've tried to that's one of the points I've tried to make in this campaign is that California has a very important role to play in the battles ahead to tell our story just to tell the story of California's decline of how we have out of control homelessness surging crime crumbling infrastructure more poverty than any state in the country, failing public schools, the list goes on, and it is a direct result of the radical failed policies that we've in politics that we've had in this state.

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Charlie Welcomes California State Representative Kevin Kiley

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Welcomes California State Representative Kevin Kiley

"That I believe deserve to be in Congress one in, I think they still call it the upper chamber in the lower chamber. They still have that expression, Connor, I don't know. One in the House, one of the Senate and they're both doing a wonderful job and they both have primaries coming up and so first we have Kevin kiley from California, who is one of the few conservatives. In California and he does a great job, Kevin. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Great to be with you. If your race is tomorrow, is that right? It is. Tell us about your race. Tell us about, is there a potential for a runoff? So how does it work? It's the top two is like a jungle primary. How does it work? Yeah, California has this crazy top two system, which is a total mass. It's made kind of a joke of our election system. In many races in the state actually, you now have the Democrats are spending tons of money to prop up the Republican that they want to run against in the general. It's this sort of pick your opponent strategy. Fortunately, we don't have any shenanigans like that. In my race, we just have one Republican opponent. There are two Democrats on the ballot. So you're very likely to have a dem on Republican runoff. And I've gotten the support of president Trump. Things are going well and we're just trying to get across the finish line here. It's the only open seat in Congress that's the Republican district in California. So it's a really important one in terms of winning back the majority and making it be the right type of majority that's actually going to do something to get the country back. So this kind of

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Mo Brooks: There Should Be Further Investigation About 2020 Election

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | Last month

Mo Brooks: There Should Be Further Investigation About 2020 Election

"I watched your appearance on Fox with Sandra Smith And I thought you articulated a pretty strong case that at a minimum representative Brooks there was some definitely some shenanigans in 2020 We had of course in Pennsylvania the acceptance of ballots after election day which is in violation of how elections are supposed to be conducted We also had the 2000 mules movie with the geo tracking and yet Sandra Smith said that had been debunked but that hasn't been debunked sir At all the 2000 mules movie had a lot of strong evidence that ballot harvesting was used and could have corrupted the results I was with dinesh d'souza yesterday and we did one of those I guess they're called podcasts And it's not enough evidence on its surface by itself to prove a criminal offense to the standard approved which is beyond a reasonable doubt to a moral certainty but it is plenty of evidence that should trigger a lot of serious investigations by district attorneys across the United States of America and attorney generals across the United States of America In order to determine whether with a proper criminal investigation you're able to go forward with a grand jury indictment or arrest warrants and then present that evidence to a jury for a final resolution Dosta sees that he did a very good job as someone who's in the media someone who's a producer of these kind of documentaries raising enough questions that I would hope that prosecutorial agencies around the United States would get that ball and run with it We'll see whether it goes any further than it has Right now there seems to be some hesitancy on the part of criminal investigative agencies to do their job

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Mo Brooks: Investigators Should Investigate Ballot Mules

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | Last month

Mo Brooks: Investigators Should Investigate Ballot Mules

"No this is a really important topic to me And the fact that Sandra Smith had said Reuters debunked it was ridiculous Reuters did nothing of the sword Reuters has an opinion congressman that the geo tracking used for the ballot mules may only be accurate to whatever 6 to 12 inches if own tracker but that's not been the position of the courts You know John Roberts himself said that the geo tracking used was the equivalent of an ankle monitor meaning they had a good idea where these ballot meals were going to and this is the kind of thing the media and law enforcement used to be interested in Like what happened Well investigators ought to be questioning the individuals who made these stops on a regular basis And what appears on the 2000 mules documentary to be a highly suspicious set of circumstances If the individual has a good explanation with why the individual did what the individual did then fine But if not then the criminal investigators ought to carry it further And perhaps to a grand jury perhaps to warrant magistrate to get a warrant magistrate but there's little more important than honest and accurate elections if you purport to be a republic And we are a republic so we have to make sure we have honest and accurate elections It's as simple as that And that means that voter fraud has to be attacked aggressively wherever there is evidence to indicate that it occurred

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Mo Brooks: Our Inflation Crisis Was Caused by Self-Inflicted Wounds

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last month

Mo Brooks: Our Inflation Crisis Was Caused by Self-Inflicted Wounds

"And then when we printed all that money and spent it and we didn't have the supply chain to back it up of course the prices of the products went up Is any of this rocket science I mean this was taught to you when you went to school for economics correct Like this was very predictable By way of background I graduated with distinction and economics at duke university So I do have some education in economics And I have looked at economic issues for decades now of course you've got Jimmy Carter with the economic malaise associated with his administration and the inflation that we have today And I've been advising people that it's only a matter of time before these bad economic policies come back to bite us The difference between the economic malays and Jimmy Carter is much of that was inflicted from without with OPEC doing what they did and monopolizing all production and artificially jacking up prices What's happening now These are all self inflicted wounds When you have a $30 trillion debt you borrow $7 trillion of the last three years alone That's going to devalue the value of the U.S. dollar which in turn means you got to pay more dollars to buy whatever it is you're going to buy And then you add on to it the very bad response to COVID where we attacked our own economy we paid people not to work but what happens when you pay people not to work that interrupts the supply chain not as much as on the shell So you have to pay more in order to get it And it doesn't end with that there are other things I'll give you another example The Biden administration day one attacked energy production for energy that's going to be consumed in the United States of America That cuts down on the supply of energy particularly oil what's the net effect of that That drives that pricing So all of this is economics one O one so long as you don't go to the same university that AOC went to

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Mo Brooks: High Oil Prices Were Done by Design

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last month

Mo Brooks: High Oil Prices Were Done by Design

"Congressman they have to be doing this on purpose The Biden administration can't possibly be this dumb I'm going to cover a story later in the show Even axios which is a left leaning outlet that's reporting this morning that if we were to engage in a Marshall plan like effort to produce energy in this country congressman we could produce 2 million more barrels a day And not that far down the road pretty quickly That would alleviate the supply crisis almost overnight Now congressman you and I both know the people who are surrounding Joe Biden they're not dumb They know this They just don't want to do it They must be enjoying these high prices Well they are enjoying these high prices and excuses they give are strictly a subterfuge to hide from the American people what's really going on This all comes from the global warming scam And I say scam climate change whatever you want to call it because if you actually look at the climate data going back tens of thousands of years or even into the millions of years climate change is the norm Sometimes it goes up Sometimes it goes down and whoever is living on the planet at that time just has to react to it And the appropriate fashion But what the global warming alarmist won't you can go back to Steven Chu when he was the secretary of the Department of Energy They publicly stated that they wanted to increase the cost of gasoline in the United States of America to approximately the cost that was being suffered by those countries in Europe So this was by design because the higher the price than the less is consumed in the less carbon emissions that there are in the air and according to these global warming alarmists the less the globe is going to heat up okay Now think about what Steven Chu was saying back then that was about four or $5 a gallon Now it's more than that This is what they won't by design Now they can't publicly say that because if they do you know what The voting poem is going to get angry So they have to come up with these other kinds of excuses like it's all Putin's fault

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Mo Brooks: We Should Not Have Biden's Lying Conduct in Office

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | Last month

Mo Brooks: We Should Not Have Biden's Lying Conduct in Office

"He's not lying I'm sure Vladimir Putin and the war in Russia of course is going to play some role They're one of the leading exporters of petrochemicals but that's simply a lie to call it the Putin price hike You and I both know the prices were going up for oil and gas and everything else Long before Putin ever decided to invade Ukraine So to blame it on Vladimir Putin I can tell you yeah okay that's a part of it But to blame it on him when you're the president of the United States congressman you're going to be a U.S. center here This is the president of the United States He's the most powerful man on earth This guy does not take responsibility for anything It's pathetic It is and it's deceptive and we should not have that kind of conduct in the Oval Office And for emphasis all prices started going up the day that Joe Biden attacked and killed the Keystone pipeline Why Because it adversely affected the psychology of the market people very readily understood that over the long haul they were going to be supply issues because the Biden administration made supply issues One of their key elements of their energy strategy They wanted to cut the supply and the consumption of oil and gas And so from that day forward oil prices have gone up And then they're going to continue to go up unless we start getting into the United States Congress and into The White House and individual or a set of individuals who understand how important energy is to our economy And for that matter how important energy is to our environment Who is it that pollutes the worst Well the countries that don't have the resources to have proper environmental pollution controls because they can't afford them Why do we want to become poorer which is where the Democrats want to push us where we can not afford to have clean air clean water and proper disposal of hazardous waste It's nuts but that's exactly what they're doing

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The Continuing Fallout From Sandra Smith's Clash With Mo Brooks

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | Last month

The Continuing Fallout From Sandra Smith's Clash With Mo Brooks

"There's some continuing fallout from the Sandra Smith confrontation with representative mo Brooks on Fox. I think what made the episode so strange was that Fox has evidently banned any mention of 2000 mules across the entire network. I did do an interview early on with Larry kudlow, but that was on Fox business and that seems to have been like one of those things that slipped through before the edict either came down on what was fully enforced. Now, Sandra Smith clearly had no intention of going there. But mo Brooks wouldn't let her get away with it. He kept bringing it up. He brought up 2000 meals. And then I think on the defensive, she felt obliged to say, well, it's been debunked by Reuters. Of course, yesterday I did a kind of dissect dissection of the Reuters fact check to show not only how inadequate it is, but how deceptive. How Reuters doesn't hesitate to misrepresent what's in the movie. Oh yeah, we saw photos in the movie of people taking pictures of themselves. Absolutely false. The images in the movie are mules taking pictures of the ballots going in the box. So they misrepresent what the movie shows. In order to fit their explanation, which is that people are just sort of perhaps taking selfies in order to show that they voted. So this is the level of deception that you get from places like Reuters. And of course, it's a measure of Sandra smith's inadequacy as a journalist that she doesn't bother to check. She merely refers to these fact checks and leans in a sense on them. Because she hasn't done her own homework. Now, a normal network wouldn't do that. What they would do is they say, well, listen, dinesh is kind of a regular on Fox. We have them on all the time. Let's bring him on the show. And kind of confront him with these fact checks and go through them one by one and have them address

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Can We Save the Military? Robert Wilkie Shares His Thoughts

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | Last month

Can We Save the Military? Robert Wilkie Shares His Thoughts

"Me ask you, in that case, if we could create the army of the 1980s, after the army of the 1960s and 70s, can under requisite leadership such as president Trump and others, can we bring back the woke military to where it was before? Yes. The military has reached two different neighbors. The nadir of the 1970s was just pure exhaustion of both military and society because of Vietnam. Now, the Nader is reached because a profession that has traditionally been above politics is now thoroughly politicized. Yes. And if you don't believe me, and you should probably ask him to come on to talk about it, senator cotton. Just eviscerated the secretary of the army because they've done away with physical standards. Yeah. They've done away. I mean, I think the past is now ten sit ups and ten push ups. Oh my gosh. And they're getting, they've done away with MOS. Military occupational specialty. Standards. So for the infantry you'd have a different standard for special forces you'd have a different standard. They've done away with that. In the name of equity, they're destroying the military. And we have to get back to basics. It can be done, but it's going to require a house cleaning. It's going to require a reassessment at every level from basic training to the schools that we are surrounded by here in this community. Including the JPM me high learning schools where I served for 5 and a half years. Yeah. Absolutely. When you've got officers, colonels, Brigadier generals, lieutenant colonel. Telling you that in this day and age, the number one threat that the United States of America faces is climate change. A white rage. Or white rage. You have a serious serious problem.

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Rep. Mo Brooks on the Media's Dismissal of Voter Fraud

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:37 min | Last month

Rep. Mo Brooks on the Media's Dismissal of Voter Fraud

"Congressman Brooks, I want to continue a conversation I've read both Maricopa audit. I've read the report the interim report by judge gableman, this clearly whatever you think about the kind of volume of fraud. This clearly a lot there and both those in both the audit and the gableman report. Have you been surprised by the sort of alacrity, the quickness by which those have been dismissed by the media and in this case by Fox, it seems like this is a topic they just don't want to hear about and why is that? Well, I can't read their minds and no, I'm not surprised. I've been through this before. You may not know this, but I was the target of voter fraud once. When I ran for the state legislature, the Democrats rigged 25% of the voting machines to register votes for everybody on the ballot, but mo Brooks. These were the old levered machines and every lever to work on all 45 machines, except for 11 machines where the lever for mo Brooks would not work if you pulled the straight Republican Party lever. The XS would appear next to every Republican's name except for myself. So back then, the news media paid a little bit of attention to it and then dropped it. And quite frankly, the Democrats did what they did, tried to steal my election, be because they did not want me to be the only Republican legislator elected in the northern third of the state of Alabama. This is back in the days when we were outnumbered a 136 Democrats to four Republicans. So I've seen this before. It's a replay to me. So I know from firsthand experience that the Democrats given the opportunity will try to steal elections.

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Dinesh Welcomes Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:48 min | Last month

Dinesh Welcomes Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast congressman mo Brooks. He's a U.S. representative, the 5th congressional district in Alabama and he's running for the U.S. Senate from that state he's in a runoff that will be in June 21st. Welcome congressman Brooks, thanks for joining me. You are in what has become now a much talked about showdown with Sandra Smith of Fox News in which the topic of elections came up and election fraud and evidently this made her very uncomfortable and she sort of tried to shut you down remarkably you weren't shut down. You sort of pushed ahead with this topic. Talk a bit first about why you didn't let her simply move you on to the January 6th commission, which evidently was the topic she was trying to move toward. You made sure that she heard you out on this topic, why the importance of this topic. Well, by way of background, I used to be an assistant district attorney in Tuscaloosa, and also the Madison county district attorney. That tons of Alabama. And I've been a commercial litigator in court for the 20 years before I was elected the United States Congress. So I know a little bit about burden of proof. I know a little bit about evidence and what it takes to meet that burden of evidence in the eyes of a judge or a jury. And so when I hear these Talking Heads on TV or in the media, just out of hand reject the idea that there was significant voter fraud or election theft activity in 2020 without any evidence to support what they say. Well, I know it's wrong. I know what the burden of proof is. I'm familiar with what the evidence is to a large degree of what happened in 2020. And I personally believe that the evidence is overwhelming and compelling that there was major voter fraud election theft activity.

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Dinesh Continues His Examination of Reuter's '2000 Mules' Analysis

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:10 min | Last month

Dinesh Continues His Examination of Reuter's '2000 Mules' Analysis

"I'm continuing my not quite line by line examination when I'm looking at all the key points in the Reuters fact check on 2000 mules. Two other clips show men in separate locations taking photos of themselves, posting their ballot. That's false on the face of it right there. None of these men take photos of themselves. Boasting the ballot. You see what Reuters are doing here. They're lying to make it seem like people are taking a sort of selfie. As if to say I voted. But no. In every case in the movie, the photos are of the ballots going in. The person's not taking a photo of themselves. They're not standing in front of the ballot box and turning the camera around. That's not the case. At all. Which the documentary makers allege was to provide evidence that the job done so the mules can get paid. See, so you notice that they've already craftily massaged the evidence. They've missed describe the facts that are shown in the movie. And then they're implying this is the only evidence these guys have of someone doing something to get paid. First of all, the whistleblower who came to true the vote in the first place in Georgia said I was fade, and all is the ballot. More for the runoffs. And then the truth of vote investigators were like, well, where are you the only guy? And the guy was like, no, are you kidding me? This is a whole operation. But since the whistleblower didn't want to be named, didn't want to come forward, wanting to kind of stay out of it, through the vote decide, but let's do the geo tracking. Let's ask for the video surveillance. In other words, let's try to document electronically and through video that what this guy is describing happened on the wider scale. So the evidence for the payments comes directly from the whistleblower and that allows through the vote to develop a hypothesis that is then validated. And when you see people taking photos of the ballot, it corroborates the idea that that's how these guys get paid. So that's the real evidence. Now, you can say that's not sufficient, but it's a whole different matter to sort of misrepresent that evidence and pretend like, you know, there's some dubious wacky theories being advanced with no proof at

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Reuters Tries to Debunk '2000 Mules'... But They Can't

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

Reuters Tries to Debunk '2000 Mules'... But They Can't

"I'm continuing my discussion or maybe dissection is a better word of the Reuters fact check on 2000 mules. And we now turn to a quotation that is given by a fellow named Paul grante director of the elections and voting information center at Reed college in Oregon. My local drop boxes in my public library, a location I passed probably 20 or 30 times a week. And then he goes on to basically say or imply that since he's going past the Dropbox multiple times, can he be counted, perhaps, as a mule. And then the fact check correctly says, true the vote said in the documentary it had ruled out people, where it believed their pattern of life outside the election period involved traveling to nonprofits and Dropbox locations. And then they say, they did not offer an information on how they did this. Well, the answer is really simple. This is how they did this. They looked at data of the same mules. Outside the election period to see that for some reason they happen to go to these Dropbox locations for reasons unknown. And it turns out they didn't. This was not part of their normal pattern of life. It's kind of like asking if someone, you know, if you're saying that someone went to the same coffee shop, ten or more times, and it turns out that you know what? Normal life, they do that anyway. They're always going to that coffee shop. That's why they have breakfast every day. The reason you run a comparison is to show that is to test whether or not this is part of their normal pattern of life. So the supposed mystery here about how to do the vote do that is actually quite easy to do using the exact same cell phone geo tracking data.

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Dinesh Dissects the Reuters 'Fact Check' of '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

Dinesh Dissects the Reuters 'Fact Check' of '2000 Mules'

"But here I want to turn to the Reuters fact check and sort of go through it in some detail. It's kind of long. It's about ten pages long in Reuters. And it has a sort of pretense of formality. It's got a subsection called the methodology. Another subject section called geo tracking. So you're given the idea that these are people who've done their homework. So we're going to see. First of all, they say multiple concerns were raised by exports speaking to Reuters. It was unclear whether the same test was applied anyway, other than the swing states and question. So their first problem seems to be in order for this to be valid. You have to do it everywhere. If you only do it in the swing states, what? You're only going to find problems in those states. The real issue is not you don't have an obligation to do something all around the country. It's kind of like saying I looked at murders that occurred in these 5 states and I found that there was a substantial volume of coordinated criminal activity. Well, that's all you're trying to prove. You're not making statements about what happened elsewhere. We don't try to do that in the movie. And so it's no problem. This is not a valid concern. Then they quote Kenneth R mayor Professor of political science at the university of Wisconsin at Madison. Ty's talking about cell phone geolocation data. Let's think about this. It's not a computer scientist. This guy's a political scientist. He goes, quote, it doesn't have the granularity to show that, meaning going to a Dropbox, as opposed to just walking or driving by. First of all, this guy doesn't even know what he's talking about. This guy probably wrote his thesis on something like immigration patterns in the United States, 1850 to 1870. This guy is in no way an authority to speak about geo tracking and the simple fact is that geo tracking can tell the difference. It's basically a difference between a moving dot and a dot that goes to a particular location and then stops. In other words, the geo tracking can easily tell the difference between going by an object, say a Dropbox and going to that Dropbox.

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Mo Egger

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"What do they do touchdown touchdown touchdown victory formation. That's it i mean. It was so. And then the have eddie jackson and to shawn gibson and barky christians nickel either. All veteran players to have those types of mental lapses brady jackson not to touch down Robert woods of the rams for them to miss so many tackles khalil. Mack had a half had one assisted tackle in forty four snaps. I mean that is not what you're paying for. So i think my assessment is the same assessment the bears at internally. That was a burn. The tape awful type game by their feet and they better pick it up this weekend against a very good quarterback who has a lot of good weapons against an offense has come under chicago with a lot of confidence. I can't imagine joe burrow. He must have been struck around that. The tape i mean. Why wouldn't you think that he's not gonna come to chicago this weekend. And just pour points on these guys after what they showed in week. One i do think mo though. It is a better defense than what you saw. But they put that into practice because if they play like they play defensively. There's no way they win. The early returns when matinee got the job. We're pretty good and it feels like everything's gone wrong since he's being made fun of because he's in the mcdonald's commercial up there. The fields dalton thing has has not necessarily played out the way it feels like a lot of bears fans would like how. How long is the organization's leash with matt. Nagy you know. Matinee has two years left on his deal and a lot of people asked this question. You know with matt nagy just a play caller and not a head coach. I would actually mo argue the opposite. I think matt nagy can be a good head coach. I just think the play calling has been so spotty that he's got a lot to prove in this apartment. But i mean the players like him. He keeps it. Lucy runs a great up mean in terms of just how things are run during the week from the nuts and bolts type stuff. He's very popular. He's very well liked. They love them in the building. Knows everybody's name. i know. These are not things that matter. What matters is winning games but there's a lot of like that he does. Unfortunately it all gets overshadowed by the offense because that is why is in chicago. That's why he's the bears head coach because he comes on that. Andy re-treatment kansas city in philadelphia. He's got that pedigree he was supposed to bring that system to the bears and it just hasn't worked. It didn't work with trubisky. You know the first game with dalton they had to get the ball out quick. They moved the ball of times again. You only score fourteen point many games in this league. I really think it would take a catastrophe of season for the bears to make these big massive wholesale changes that people were calling for after the year. But you know they go into and then they're all three and the schedule gets even tougher after their trip to vegas In early october You couldn't be looking at a season like that. The bears don't want that to happen. Desperately they love to keep him but You know he's gotta gotta have a good year this year..

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Mo Egger

04:19 min | 10 months ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"My right on time for our guy. Solomon wilcox it's four thirty. This is espn fifteen. Thirty by the way brennaman and jones on baseball in twenty minutes. Your phone calls between now and then but i Solomon wilcox has joined the belief podcast network in the belief podcast network is seemingly growing by the day and we've had on a number of their hosts and analysts and the bengals related. Podcast sali is now the host. That's actually the believe in bengals. Podcast with adam jones adam pacman jones. Solomon the emmy award. Winning broadcast or the former bengal the sirius. Xm host and a guy. Who's been on the show nearly every time we've asked check out the podcast. It's part of the believe podcast network sally. It's it's good to have you. How are you sir mo a great. Thanks for having me on. I get the hook up with adam. Pacman jones. i know what odd pairing a lot. It's a lot of fun. And he briefs very interesting and unique. I was gonna say at the very least. He's not going to be boring. That right there. You go.

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Mo Egger

07:20 min | 10 months ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"Because the bengals they have such patients marvin lewis spent many years. And you might say too many years cashing in equity from early during his time in cincinnati but that equity was substantial. They went from two wins. Two eight wins then. Held steady at eight wins then won eleven games that bought years of patients. Then there was. The season was the coach of the year. The reboot two thousand eleven season very good two thousand twelve season very good two thousand thirteen regular season. Great two thousand fourteen season. I thought marvin should've been the coach of the year. Two thousand fifteen season. They were great until all hell broke. Loose against pittsburgh. Zack taylor has not built up. Any win-loss equity look. Mike held onto day chal for four and a half seasons more than twenty five years ago. Dick lebeau get three years. Bruce coslet got a slice more than three full seasons. There's been some patients. There's been some patients with front office but by the way i'm looking at nfl power rankings. Week one on the nfl network. Cincinnati bengals thirtieth for this team to stop the conversation about duke and zach. It's going to have to defy. What a lot of people think including to a degree various. I think they're up to it. That's what the season is all about. Sixty nine five. It is remarkable. How healthy this team is going into week. One richard skinner. Our buddy from local twelve joins us every wednesday during the bengals season. Talk about that and much more next. I'd sports update service of kelsey. Chevrolet this show has. It sounded like the disorganized mess that it's felt like behind the scenes by the way that is no reflection on alex. Frank filling in for taryn. Bland it's just it's me. It's a reflection of my life. Which is chaotic unorganized. That's what this show feels like. I don't know what i can't tell you. Those sports update is a service of kelsey chevrolet home of lifetime powertrain protection and guaranteed credit approval from their family to yours for life kelsey chef dot com reds and cubs again tonight. Cincinnati has a chance to actually win series. Which would be delightful if they could actually do that. Seven forty tonight. You'll hear the game live on seven hundred. Wwl w vladimir good eras gets the ball for cincinnati. Alec mills is gonna throw for chicago. Would you like a starting lineup. Of course you would hear it. Is jonathan india leads off. Wins and senator cast janas in right. Vodka was stock. Is farmer barnhart by the way that play. That kyle farmer made in the eighth inning. Last night was superb. and the quality. He has demonstrated defensively shortstop. This year has been an extraordinarily pleasant surprise. He's been very good relative to his amount of experience at that position. Coming in he's been very good barnhart sitting seven strokes and left batting eighth. My guy vlad is on the hill. Before i give you the reds wild card race hot take. Would you like to hear some david bell. Here's the reds manager from earlier today. Talking about among other things putting more attention on specifically who pitches the ninth inning. I see it the same way. I still see it as very important I always have. I think it's different. It's different than any other inning. There's no question. And i have known that under that before i became a manager because i know what it's like to compete in the ninth inning. I know that good players really bear down even more in the night I also think it can be over. I it can. We can overemphasize a baby possible but it is really really important. That yuan want on your best pitchers pitching in that situation. There's no question. I've always felt that way. I don't i think the only thing that changes is our personnel. You know what guys respond to different roles in different situations in the personnel of the other team that we're playing so it changes. I would say on a day to day. Basis but by overall believed simplicity on it hopefully evolve but for the most part of at stay pretty constant. Hi david bell chatting about the ninth inning role. Michael gibbons obviously through it last night seems well suited for reds. Come into play tied with the padres for the last wildcard spot. Here's this to me is simple. And i'll try to make it sound simple. I have maintained all season long. The by is going to be roughly ninety wants to make the postseason because the reds have slowed their pace the padres have slowed their pace the phillies have accelerated their pace but there pace was slow for most of the year and the cardinals are game. Above five hundred. I don't think it's gonna take ninety. Wins to get to the wildcard to to get to the postseason register. Seventy four and sixty six. I believe somewhat unscientific. Louis if you get to eighty eight wins. You're gonna feel pretty good at the very least. I believe starting to sound like lance. Now i believe if you're sitting there eight wins after game one. Sixty two at the very worst. You will play another baseball game. Maybe it's the national league wild card game. Maybe it's regular season game number one sixty three. I have a hard time believing with the way the racist shaped out that if you went. Ada games you're going to be completely on the outside looking in so for the reds that would mean they've got to finish fourteen and eight over the last twenty two games. Fourteen eight twenty two games remaining nine are against the pittsburgh pirates nine. That's a little bit less than forty five percent of their games remaining the rest of the season against the pittsburgh pirates if they go eight and one of those games which is completely doable. Eytan one in those games. They've gotta go six and seven against everybody else by the way the reds this year against the pittsburgh pirates chances are you know. They've played great against them. They've won nine out of ten if basically they can keep up the pace. They've outscored them. Eighty to twenty six this season the pittsburgh pirates have scored twenty six runs in ten games against the reds..

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Mo Egger

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"Reds game. He is a man after my own heart. In that regard india knick win castanos veto. Mushtaq farmer barnhart schroeck miley trucks and left center reds. Lost the series opener. yesterday afternoon. They have lost nine hundred thirteen games. They have fallen behind the san diego padres only by a game but still looking up at the pods if you will in fact a grass dot com john john before on august the twenty seventh the reds at seventy two point nine percent to make the postseason seventy two point nine today. Thirty seven point nine. Is this officially swoon. That's that should have been the poll question on twitter however there is some good news. Nick castanos has swung a better bat. Recently he's hidden six straight for those games or multi. Hit games obviously had the to homerun explosion. The chipped back game against saint. Louis problem is he's having he's had very little help offensively. Here's david bell on among other things earlier today nixon's l. nick. Nick cassiano swing in a hot bat. Yeah i just see. It is also what he what he does who he is as a hitter. There's just a good hitter who's seized on. It is operatives is having a fantastic season overall. So i just think it's an extension of what he's done I.

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Mo Egger

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"On baseball twenty seven after five. This is espn fifteen. Thirty david nells pre-game comments in eight minutes reds and tigers tonight and we'll do some football handicapping coming up in just about fifteen minutes. I do this every single week. And i thought starting this season i would play part of these that we don't necessarily get a chance to err on the pre-game show every tuesday during football season. Go down to uci. And i interview player for that week's pre show and and we have a thirty minute pre game show. There's a lot of stuff in it. And so a lot of what we talk about kind of gets cut. And i went down this week to talk to desmond ritter. And they're actually they're they're five desmond joins me for the pre-game show so i i should. Maybe if you believe in such things go talk to him every single week and it's been fun it's been fun to just not necessarily get to know him but talk with him on a regular basis and watch them grow and mature physically and otherwise And so i thought i'd play a part of it. We'll hear more of this tomorrow on the pre-game show which starts at three o'clock on one or two seven w. e. b. but here's a part just a part of does rhetoric chatting earlier this week. I feel like this is about the forty eighth time you and i have done a season opening interview. I said you before we started this one of these guys around college football that when folks watch barakat games they're gonna go. Does ritter has been there since like rick. Minner was the head coach. Do you feel that old sundays. I do days. I don't sundays. I definitely feel like i've been here for a good amount of time and then other days. You know i feel. I just walk in the door Last week But now it's it's a good experience being here seeing all the guys come in You know since. I've been here as a as a freshman guys like corey cunningham be country garrett campbell cal trout in all like my warrant airforce. Who just left so just seeing everyone and go on. It's been a wild adventure but it's been fun. What has that translated to this off season during training camp as you get ready for the year i've just taken my overall preparation to the next level. no being the coaching staff being with him every day And learning you know the true ins and out of you know not just Our game playing what we want. But how the coaches want. The game plan really ran on it. You know what. They're thinking their heads when they call certain place specific plays to what they see the defense. Let's go back to last season before we look ahead. Three games in. I think you would say your performances were maybe a little uneven and then the smu game it just felt like the light bulb came on something clicked. However you wanna put it go back to last year. When did it click for you that you know what i'm about to have a very special junior season yard sales sometime sometime thirty four years. There was a tom I think at the third or fourth week coach steve And as you know we just talked about trust. Talk about trust and everyone around us You got players on the field that can make place..

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Mo Egger

05:06 min | 10 months ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"Whoever is your favorite. They're all in this. And you can co manage a team with me and help me help veterans basically. It's a donation activity. You can go out to my twitter at the end clancy and pinch the top there. You have until august thirty first if you're interested loved to have somebody out there and it's great 'cause as i did it last year too and it's not just managing that team but basically i help this dude manage all this last year. We did pretty well. We did pretty hoping to repeat that success. Definitely follow me on twitter at dan class and of course check out my ranking my blog. My podcast you can get it. All get sports info dot com. You are the best always great to have any looking forward to another season. Dan and we get another week this year. So that's excited. So i've my friend and i'm looking forward to some wake that you gotta thanks so much. Make sure you follow dan on twitter at dan classic ins. It's five away from five. We'll get to the reds in milwaukee. We'll talk about what's happening in college. Football today and how. It may or may not affect the university of cincinnati and one national writer says the bengals are dysfunctional. I disagree and your phone calls but first before we do all that brennaman and jones on baseball. Welcome back our number three. Today's flying by cincinnati's. Espn fifteen thirty chad brendel in-form oh agar mo- we'll be back tomorrow. Tj thinks about that feedback t. e. j. a. y. I don't think he has an opinion. Been wasn't nice wasn't nice job right. I.

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Mo Egger

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"Eight ten will be your first pitch on seven hundred wwl w reds going to play seven and a half games behind milwaukee in the national league central holding onto a one game lead over the san diego padres. Who tonight starting game set at home against the la dodgers cardinals team behind cincinnati trailing the reds by four and a half saint. Louis opens up a brief two-game set against the detroit tigers in saint louis. The starting lineup yet to be released teaching antone is expected back added to the active roster the reds have not yet announced that move and when they do that we'll have to be a corresponding roster move. Which will be interesting to pay attention to twenty-six from fourteen miller is going to be on this show at four zero five part of the reds hall of fame legends game on friday. Evening at gapp corky corky. Another great thing that people can read on the athletic right. Now is a great story by mo egger about this. This loving this era of joey votto been the best first of all. Did you even remember that. I rightfully when it showed up. It did spark my memory. That guy yeah. I enjoyed enjoyed right now because this version of joey votto. In this era of joey votto has legitimately been oblast so much fun just his personality coming to the surface the way he's interacted with talked about his teammates his engagement with the fans. And let's face it man as much as i can show in a deep appreciation for a guy who's taken walks and work in counts and hit the ball the other field. It's fun to watch a guy of his His caliber hitter of his caliber. Swing for the fences have at work. Hit dinger's in the middle of a pennant remodels pennant race. And you know so many boxes. You've always wanted to check with joey votto. You finally feel like you can to complete which should have been appreciated but wasn't always appreciated about who. He is as a hitter. Joey votto resurgence coinciding with my research. Research is very similar. Actually you know. Contribute something to the dam. Why enjoyed enjoyed. I enjoyed writing the joseph. Oh cy thing I fully anticipate we will talk about his wrist. And then we find out. It's his knee. The mechanics of that are not interesting to me. Here's what's here's what's painful to me every single year. It feels like we go through this every single year in early ish draft choice has to miss significant time. It's certainly a distinct possibility. Joseph is not gonna be able to play the entire year. And i watch him his first game. I told you he's my new football crush and now he can't play. This is my life works. Yeah does how bengals fans lives work. It's a remarkable run of the the guy who has looked like the best rookie on their team missing vast majority of the season..

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Mo Egger

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"If you wanna get at mo- eggers how you hit me up on twitter. We do have to talk about the joey votto experience this week which has been just awesome. The c word comes up and today prove something today. Prove something that. I've believed for a very long time and i'll tell you what it is..

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Mo Egger

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"Three. If you missed joey votto homered again as homers in six straight games. That's incredible incredible six homers in this series for the reds first basement as they head to the bottom of the eighth inning now seven to three reds lead. The chicago cubs. I quickly just wanna share with you. Something that happened during the break. I went down the hall to go get a here and as i'm walking there you know we'd go walk down the hallway. There's two Two bathrooms and they're single stall bathrooms. It's not like multiple stalls for not men's rooms or women's bathrooms and there's two of them and as i'm walking down the hall. Matt reese who is a newsman news anchor on seven hundred wwl. He exits the newsroom and he walks towards the the second of the two bathrooms. The one i guess if you're looking at them on the right and he says to me. This is the bathroom with soap. I have never appreciated information war. So if you work here if you're coming to work if you're in this building if you're one of my colleagues just a tip of the two bathrooms one on the right. Is the one with soap. Don't know why that's funny. I don't know. I felt the need to point it out. I don't know why matt felt the need to mention that to me but just looked at me and i said hey mo and then he took a couple of steps and he's getting ready to walk in and he looked at me and said This is the bathroom with soap. The other one just has hand sanitizer. I didn't have to go to the bathroom. I it but now now i know if i if the needle hits between now and six o'clock or even after six o'clock at i have to go. I want the one on the right. I want the one with soap. I think he should put a sign on the door. This is the bathroom with soap. And then on the other one. This is the one without soap. You can make whatever pick you want. Choose at your own peril. So there you go. That's a little something that happened during the.

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Mo Egger

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"And our next guest A guy that i've had the privilege of talking with many many times But i've always wanted this data. Come as somebody who has long lamented. The fact that the bengals haven't done a ring of honor they have and i've always wanted to talk with ken anderson on the day of his election. That is today. Ken is with us now. Congratulations how are you. I'm doing great how you doing. I'm doing i'm doing well. I gotta think not nearly as well as you knew you were making this right. The bengals are going to have a ring of honor. You kind of went. Yeah i'll i'll be in that inaugural class right. You knew this was coming. You know you never know. I put a long time ago and there are seventeen other great candidates on the ballot. Some of them more current than i am. And you don't know where people's memories go so needless to say. I am so honored and pleased to be the inaugural class. Do do a sort of a dive into that for me. Roll through exactly what. It feels like to get that phone call and the types of emotion that jogs that comes to mind. Well you know. I think number one. Obviously i personally honored. But i'm i'm so happy because you know as you know in the national media the the bengals don't get a lot of respect sometimes and when you go back to the sixties seventies eighties. We were as good as any team in the national football league. And certainly i think you know people remember more about the eighty one super bowl team. But you know when i go back to to the seventies and you know the guys played in the sixties and seventies. We have some great players. Obviously you know kenny riley. Being one of them. But you know. I look back. You know myers. And isaac curtis and bob johnson and by trumping gosh essex johnson as good as any running back and we've ever had you know On the team until he hurt his knee in the playoff game against miami in seventy three. You know my roommate for years. Dave laughing tommy casanovas and i think the list goes on and on and you know to think finally we can go back to that era and they recognize me but i hope that. Remember a lot of these guys. Yeah i would. I would agree with that when when when memories come to mind of of your your finest moments your favorite team teammates and just certain milepost of your career. What memories have have come to mind just over the last couple of days since you found out that you're going to get this honour while you know. I think it's you know surprise. You ask that question. Because i just got back into a family reunion up in batavia illinois and my uncle vary whose like my older brother. Nancy moved from chicago to milwaukee and a retirement apartment aunt. Nancy never threw away anything and at a family reunion. They gave me a large box of stuff. And i spent a week going through that. And those not only newspaper articles from the seventies and on you know game programs tickets that kind of stuff. So you know the take that week and got kind of go back and relive those memories and then of course then get the call from mike brown and elizabeth blackburn. That was special. You have played with or played for all three of the other ring of honor inductees. So the paul brown is. It's remarkable to me. This was said by your former teammate. Chris collins worth in the nfl network special. They did on on paul. I don't know five or six years ago that there's the george halas trophy. There's a vince lombardi trophy. There's a lamar hunt trophy. There's nothing in the national football league named after paul brown which is astounding to me. When when you you played and played quarterback for for such a legendary figure. This is such an obvious question. But what was that like while you know you talk about being all someone when we come from the table and all i in august and college and all of a sudden fear sitting at riverfront stadium across paul at his desk and knowing what he meant to the national football league. You know the the great things. He did a cleveland. And you know i. If everybody's honest the way that the national football league at least operates today you know with the packer schedules with You know having an off season. Paul around started all of that. I mean so i mean he is kind of the founder of modern day football and and just to be around him especially i guess my only wish was i wish it would have been around him when he was a little bit earlier when when he may have been more active in the game planning but he's certainly commanded your respect and you know they say the meeting starts at nine. The meeting started when paul walked in the office and he walked into five. Nine in your in your seat. Then you got fined for being late. Ten riley had sixty five interceptions as as an nfl defensive back which is tied for fifth. All-time if i added on top of that total the number of times he picked you off in practice. How many would you have one hundred and sixty five. Kenny was a great player. And i think you know. Kenny was all about teams. And you know. I think if you talked to collins worth if you talk to isaac curtis and you'd be in training camp and christmas told the story before that you know he's a rookie going up against kenny. And then he would run a pass out and kennywood grab on the way back to the huddle and told him what he did. And what kennesaw. They make chris a better player. He would do that to me early in my career he would pick up one in and practice and then come on kenny. Your eyes gave it away or this. Was heavier shoulders the way it was turned. So you know he was all about team and all about winning and he made all of us better players in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty anthony munoz shows up. What do you remember about that. Well you know i. I was over the hill back then. my career was down They drafted my replacement. Seventy nine with the number one tech and all of a sudden you know anthony comes in anchors the left side of the line and we got max and we got flare bush shimmy got lap them and we got bush knocked. We got mike wilson. I became a good player again. Relation to those guys. It's interesting. I've always wanted to ask you this. So if you look anthony. Caught a couple of touchdown passes later in his career his rookie season the had one catch for minus six yards. Do you remember what happened there. I do not. I know he cut a lot more touched up all right. Well i we might have to go dive into the archival game footage and find out why one catch negative six yards something so something must have gone horribly wrong. I've said this to you publicly. I've i've said this to you privately. I long to have you on the air. And i hope to god. This happens where. I have you on the air and we talk about cam. And you're in. You're in the hall of fame. it's it's deserved. It's painfully overdue. And i said this to ken riley sung. We were talking about his hall of fame. Bona fides and i said to him. You know it's gonna make you feel good to hear and sort of grasp this very very grassroots movement. That bengals fans have been involved in to make that happen to to get your dad's strongly considered for the hall of fame. And hopefully one day inducted from from your standpoint it does have to make you feel good that there are so many people who feel so strongly that not only should you have been celebrated by the bengals long ago. Not only should you have been an are one of the first inductees into the bengals ring of honor but but you should have a commensurate celebration in canton. It does have to make you feel good that so many people feel so strongly about it and so many people. Frankly can that even didn't.

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05:29 min | 1 year ago

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"I tried it and it was delicious but Have you had the tacos. What do you think i. I haven't had them before. I see everybody talking about him. Now i'm a stay taco guys. I try them definitely. Okay definitely but another point. I wanted to bring up. So i was gonna call in. I tried on last week. And i was on the line waiting but mo- got into. I don't know i guess the mascot singer now or something i remember what it was but I didn't get to ask. It was super hot. Like last friday and In in red stadium it gets very very hot. Especially if you don't have forgivable seats Have you ever been to the jacksonville. Jaguars stadium not have you seen that. They have like a pool inside their stadium. I have seen that. There's there's a couple stadiums that are doing that now. I would guess those have to be like pretty high in seats to get you access.

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05:33 min | 1 year ago

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"This is not my fault. I mean it kind of is but all right so the person if you go to the blog at espn fifteen thirty dot com slash mo. I tweeted out the link as well at mo. Egger off a hat. You have to tell us who's under the cap but now here's a him and to me. This is almost going to give it away a making this now. Very easy okay. This person never played for the reds. They also never played major league baseball but they have played at. Great american ballpark attorney. That's pretty good right. That's that's not bad. That almost gives it away. No.

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05:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Seven seven six couple of really quick questions about hundred green. Who's going to be pitching in louisville. And our buddy jack mcguire say buddy. I've never met the dude on his podcast. Last week just went viral. He called the bearcats overrated. He says luke fickle idiots. He'll explain in fifteen minutes on. Espn fifteen thirty. Cincinnati sport station. Twenty three after five. This is espn fifteen thirty. Mo- jack mcguire is.

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04:02 min | 1 year ago

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"So went from overrated to. They'll be pretty good. The part that i saw on twitter. Because i'm like a normal twitter guy. I'd never watched or either look at the whole thing. But they said they're overrated but this year they're going to be pretty good. It's a couple of things about that. Did look fickle. Make the wrong decision on third and two against george. I believe so. It doesn't make him an idiot. Means he made a decision that i think frankly the outcome obviously would compel you to think that the decision making was wrong. Even had the outcome. Ben right i still would have said the smarter. Play would have been have desmond. Ritter run the football. One decision does not define. What kind of coach you are. If we boil that down to every single bill belichick famously went forward on a fourth and one against peyton manning at the rca dome think it was the rca dome in his own territory. Didn't work out gave the ball back to pay bill. Belichick is the greatest. Football coach of all. Time doesn't mean he's an idiot. So fickle made a decision that did not work out. That doesn't make him an idiot. My question i guess there's two number one how much you see. Football has that guy that by the way the voice you heard that called them. It belongs to someone by the name of jack mcguire. Who is on twitter at jack mack. Cfp and he may be a great blogger slash podcast. I'm not here to tell you that he's bad at his job is a lot of twitter. Followers awesome by good for him. But a couple of things here number. One i'd be curious as to how much uc football that guy has actually paid attention to. How much has he actually followed the program. And more importantly number two what's overrated about them. I think within the context of the sport by people who follow it there properly rated. There's good as alabama though good ohio state last year. No good as clemson last year. No where they the best group of five program last season. yeah. I think it's fair most would say that. Are they in the conversation as being the best group of five school this.

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04:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Sports station. Twelve away from four. This is espn fifteen. Thirty names molecular. We had which on the show maybe a month or so ago. He has as good as thorough. A college athletics newsletter. As i think you're gonna find as called out of bounds with andy witchery. He is on twitter and good twitter. Follow as well at andy witchery. It's a free newsletter. It's all about college athletics. His newsletter that arrived in my inbox today. A detailed with the american athletic conference has been doing to basically join the power five conferences for an official power six partnership and so. I wanted to bring him on to talk about it. I cannot encourage you to subscribe to his newsletter enough. I've re tweeted a link to what he's done you can check it out and he's with us this afternoon. It's good to have you how are you. I'm doing great streaky. Back here on with you. When i was in high school. I considered considered writing a letter to debbie gibson. She would go to the problem with me. And i felt like you know what i might do. And everybody's going to get a chuckle out of it but it really has no chance of actually working. This sort of effort kind of reminds me of the same thing to the folks who have gotten together to officially appeal to the folks in the sec. And the big twelve and the like do they actually expect this campaign to work. That's a great question. It's one of those classic like troussier. You injected with through your head. You see yourself on par with the sec and big ten. Is this gonna work. Who knows what his answer is. so. I don't know. If i can answer that excessive realistically we'd sit commonsense say no but if you're aspiration on you've seen the run this scenario said that the seasons at ucf add back-to-back going twelve. Is it maybe they do at least the very top of our conference that we can compete. What is that whole the comprehensive top to bottom nature. And then you're asking about maybe some extra moneys and revenue sharing traditional legislative powers. So i don't know if they think it but it certainly can't hurt to ask. It can't hurt to ask in order for something like this to get done. It would seem to me that you had to have an advocate on the inside. Do you know is there anybody on the inside of the power. Five if you will who could advocates for the afc on.

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

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"Also on the iheartradio app reds and rockies tonight the colorado rockies have been simply abysmal on the road this year five and twenty four record away from chorus field. they've been outscored. One fifty one to seventy three. They do not hit their historically bad on the road this year if you subscribe to a reds content plus they outline some of the ways in which the rockies have been just horrific away from courts field this year so on one level it is a chance for the reds to get healthy. If you will against a team that frankly they should be they split four with the rockies of course field earlier this season but the issues the reds have frankly right now go well beyond whoever their opponent is on a given night tonight suffers pitches at seven ten on seven hundred. Wwl w phone calls are welcome here in just a second at five one. Three seven four nine thirteen sixty teaching tone to the injured list. It is staggering to me. The reds are not gonna call anybody up to replace him for tonight's game or for tomorrow's game now. Tony seventeen is gonna pitch on sunday. Which is great. And they're going to bring up aristide's aquino on sunday which is fine but staggering to me. Just absolutely stuck to me. They're gonna play short handed. David bell chatted with reporters just a little while ago about today's news involving tj tone. Here is the majority of that exchange from just a little while ago. What happened with anton bothered by the form. Yeah.

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05:02 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mo Egger

"Espn fifteen thirty. Uc bearcats are going to host for the first time ever the american athletic conference football championship game at nippert stadium a week from saturday. Second consecutive year of the bearcats will be in the title game after losing at memphis last year. the bearcats ranked eighth in the most recent college. Football playoff rankings. There's there's lots of stuff. I want to ask our next guest. It's nice timely. To bring them in and a nice of him to give us a few minutes this afternoon. The commissioner of the american athletic conference. Mike arrest goes with us this afternoon. mike i appreciate the time this afternoon. How are you well. Thank you mo- i i. I'm really pleased to be with you. And hope you and your family and everybody all your listeners are doing well and and staying healthy challenging times. Thanks for having me. I appreciate you coming on and the same to you and you mentioned challenging times challenging times for for everybody in every walk of life and certainly for yourself kind of walk us through. We've dealt with this conference we've dealt with this that you see multiple times this year and this is obviously been reality for not just college football but all of intercollegiate athletics. Over the last few months walk us through the decision making process when a game like the one that was scheduled for this saturday between cincinnati and tulsa has to be cancelled Yes if if someone mo has a kobe issue they reported you know to the conference and we We have a weekly No actually multi Meetings weekly with our medical advisory group and We go over each game. That's scheduled to be played for the week. And we gather the information The medical advisory group in our conference mo is comprised of doctors for the most part from all the conferences. Dr john devine doctor from cincinnati. He's Our chair is dr greg stewart to lane but i'd say that dr divine would be considered his wing man. He's been down to the vice chair. Unofficial vice chair has done a remarkable job all season for us but we we get together. We meet we go over the data and we see whether you know how many positives how many in quarantine how many are coming out You know whether teams have had enough time to practice if they're coming out and all comes down to whether the game can safely be played as a physician group and wiped out you know has of other factors come into play so you take You know have have a combination of injuries. Opt outs and You know a covert outbreak caused numbers such as scope below. What would be considered safe and we really basically focus on kobe. We really don't you know. Don't try to focus on opt-outs because that's you know that was something that happened. You know at some point you know in the in the past. And you know you've gotta roster and you try to deal with it but you You know we we do look at the overall picture and then it's the terminating..

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