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"malia takas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:36 min | 5 months ago

"malia takas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Com Representative Benny Thompson is confirming that the House committee investigating last year's capital attack has spoken to former president Trump's attorney general appearing on CBS's face the nation Thompson said there were already conversations with former attorney general Bill Barr over the possibility that the military was involved in a plan to seize voting machines Thousands turned out the nation's capital for a rally to protest vaccine mandates protesters like this van march from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial I've never been forced to take anything for myself for a pretty kind of medical reason or anything and I feel like to course somebody to make that decision is really unjust Organizers had hoped the rally would draw as many as 20,000 people but the turnout was much smaller A wildfire burning on the California coast has burned over a thousand acres near Big Sur hundreds of people were forced to evacuate Cal fire cruise continue to battle the blaze that was 25% contained as of this morning several structures have been destroyed That's the latest I'm dean kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room Governor Kathy hogel announced today that New York State's COVID-19 infection rate is now at three and a half percent That is the lowest since omikron was named a variant of concern by world health officials According to the latest numbers released by the governor's office statewide hospitalizations dropped by 319 over the past day while 5147 residents remained hospitalized There were 68 deaths in the latest count And NYPD cop was released from the hospital one day after being shot in the foot the unidentified 47 year old officer was released this morning from Mount Sinai morningside after being treated over night Doctors expect him to make a full recovery The officer was off duty when he was shot in the foot Saturday afternoon near the manhattanville houses He is the 7th NYPD cop to be shot this year Former New York City mayor Bill de Blasio may have his eyes on Congress the New York Post reports that de Blasio was planning to form an exploratory committee to run for New York's 11th district congressional seat which includes all of Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn That seat is currently held by Republican representative Nicole malia takas New York has broken the record for the most sports betting taxes generated by a state in a single month We get that story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet The $57.6 million that the state made in its first 23 days of online wagers is more than two and a half times the previous monthly record held by Pennsylvania at 22.9 million in November of 2021 This according to the New York State gaming commission which confirmed with Bloomberg tax after just three weeks New York now ranks 5th among states in all time sports betting tax revenue ahead of 22 others Charlie Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York Bloomberg 11 To Washington D.C. Bloomberg 99 one to Boston Bloomberg one O 6 watt To San Francisco Bloomberg 9 60 to the country Syrians XM gentle one 19 and around the globe the Bloomberg business act and Bloomberg radio dot com This is Bloomberg daybreak I'm John Tucker in New York with.

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"malia takas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:15 min | 5 months ago

"malia takas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Malia takas from New York, talking to Griff Jenkins on Fox News. This was preventable and sadly enough is enough. We really need to change the laws of New York and New York City to ensure that we put these bad guys behind bars. Repeatedly, we've warned about this. We've said that these dangerous bail law that the Democrats passed and in Albany were leading to more people being released. In fact, the detectives union recently told me that 9 out of ten people found with criminal possession of a weapon are being released back onto the street and 50% of the people that actually shoot somebody are being released back onto the street without bail because of these laws. And it just has to stop. And I'm really I'm begging my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. It's work together to fix our city. The mayor to his credit has said he wants to do this, but it's been three weeks. We've already seen 5 police officers shot one now fatally. How many police officers have to be shot before the Democrats figure out letting criminals go free doesn't make our communities safer? And incidentally, that's not a talking point. That's not a conservative talking point. That's literally the position of the newly elected district attorney in Manhattan. Letting criminals go free makes our communities safer. There's nothing to be gained by locking up some poor misguided man or woman who they had a bad childhood. They've got a drug problem. They've got an alcohol problem. They've got they've been no presh. Why put that person who threw that 93 year old woman down the steps in jail? She doesn't need to go to jail. We need to help them. We need to nurture them. Enough is enough is enough is enough. Kyle's in Atlanta. Hey Kyle welcome. How are you? I'm doing good sir. How about you? I'm great, sir. What do you think about what's happening in the country and these crimes that are happening? The surge, I'm sure it's bad in Atlanta two, isn't it? It is. It definitely is. And listen to your program before you think I'm nuts. You're right and you're wrong. I don't know that you can put any new laws on the books that's going to have an impact. But if you remember under Rudy Giuliani, they implement and stop and frisk, which led to reduction in the number of illegal firearms of reduction in crime. But they decided that that was a racist program that killed it. We talked all the time about. What am I wrong about? What if I said that you disagree with? Because I don't think it's evolved. I think you need to bring that program back. You know, there's not one. You don't think what's a law? No, I'm sorry. Let me rephrase. Okay. They need to enforce the laws on the book. Correct. What have I said? Oh, I don't disagree with you. Oh, I got you. It's a new law. Well, it's not a new law. There's nothing about that I mean, there's plenty of laws that are on the books. That's my point. And force the laws that are on the books. Maybe you misunderstood me. Let me try again. The Democrats don't want laws and forced that lock up bad guys. The Democrats want to spring criminals. And again, I am begging one person in America listening to me who can tell me what law would have worked in preventing a convicted felon who stole a gun apparently from Maryland in 2017 and used it to slaughter an animal a 22 year old NYPD officer. This young man, it just breaks my heart. I'm going to try to get to Saint Patrick's cathedral later this week for the funeral because they want everybody to attend. They want the general public to fill Saint Patrick's cathedral and honor this young man. He was amazing. He was a young guy, listen to this video that has popped up on social media of the officer who was killed. This is heartbreaking. Officer Jason Rivera, cut number 7, he's talking in kind of a young person's vernacular. This is why apparently when he was in high school and why he wanted to make a community a better place. Listen to officer Jason Rivera, who was this is the officer who was killed in New York. High school is high school. Like, you know what? We don't like it, but we still have to do it, all right? And I want you to do it because when I was a freshman, I didn't have no one to motivate me. I want to motivate you. I wanted to hear me. Hear my voice and know that you're gonna get through it. You're gonna get through it. Put in the work. You gotta put in a 100% effort. And you know what? If it takes some time after school, you know, so be it, because I mean, here's a young man trying to inspire other young men and women in high school a couple years later, he becomes a cop. He's 22 years old. He responds to a domestic call a mother calling the cops on her son, the son apparently bursts out of the door and shoots him in the face. And incidentally, the gunman allegedly pumped more bullets into the two officers as they were laying there. Thanks Democrats. You're doing a great job with our cities. 806 5 5 Mike. The Mike Gallagher show. This is not an epidemic of the unvaccinated. Clearly many, many people that are getting infected today have been what CDC calls fully vaccinated. And I think when you start blaming people, you actually get them to dig in. So I think it's much better to engage in a dialog and work with people to try to encourage them to accept the importance of vaccination for themselves and their family. The relief factor dot com studios. Here's.

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Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Calls for Policy Change to Put Criminals Behind Bars, Following NYPD Shootings

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Calls for Policy Change to Put Criminals Behind Bars, Following NYPD Shootings

"Malia takas from New York, talking to Griff Jenkins on Fox News. This was preventable and sadly enough is enough. We really need to change the laws of New York and New York City to ensure that we put these bad guys behind bars. Repeatedly, we've warned about this. We've said that these dangerous bail law that the Democrats passed and in Albany were leading to more people being released. In fact, the detectives union recently told me that 9 out of ten people found with criminal possession of a weapon are being released back onto the street and 50% of the people that actually shoot somebody are being released back onto the street without bail because of these laws. And it just has to stop. And I'm really I'm begging my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. It's work together to fix our city. The mayor to his credit has said he wants to do this, but it's been three weeks. We've already seen 5 police officers shot one now fatally. How many police officers have to be shot before the Democrats figure out letting criminals go free doesn't make our communities safer? And incidentally, that's not a talking point. That's not a conservative talking point. That's literally the position of the newly elected district attorney in Manhattan. Letting criminals go free makes our communities safer. There's nothing to be gained by locking up some poor misguided man or woman who they had a bad childhood. They've got a drug problem. They've got an alcohol problem. They've got they've been no presh. Why put that person who threw that 93 year old woman down the steps in jail? She doesn't need to go to jail. We need to help them.

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"malia takas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:48 min | 8 months ago

"malia takas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"The Mike Gallagher show. First Joe Biden coughs into his hand filling his palm with a deadly pathogen. And then showing no remorse whatsoever, Biden walks up to unsuspecting human beings and intentionally. Transmits this foul stew of microorganisms that's been brewing and fermenting in his respiratory tract. He does this all with his bare hands, like an ice cold assassin. In the relief vector dot com studios. Here's Mike. How are you appreciate Tucker Carlson's humor last night he did a very funny riff on how the bridges, according to transportation secretary, Buttigieg, the bridges were intentional in New York, were built low so that blacks and Puerto Ricans on buses couldn't go to the beach. And the Tucker Carlson comedy monologue reaction to that was priceless. You got to look it up. Well, maybe we'll play it again for you. Here on the Mike Gallagher, show portions of which are brought to you by fellowship home loans. Call 805 ten Mike or go to fellowship home loans dot com slash Mike G welcome home. Fellowship home loans. I want to pick up where we left off so you can hear Nicole mellie attack as his full explanation for why she went rogue. Why she ignored the Republican leadership, pleading with these House Republicans to vote no and squash the Biden agenda. And congresswoman says, well, I voted against the squad today. I weakened their hand. They took away their leverage. The Wall Street Journal says not so fast to appease the left, mister Biden linked the infrastructure and entitlement bills, progressives and misses Pelosi extracted a written promise from swing district Democrats to vote for the budget blowout after CBO publishes its cost estimates for the Bill. House Democrat centrists have rolled over again and misses malia taught miss malia takas has strengthened misses Pelosi's hand in the house. Mali attacks political rationalization now hangs on the willingness of West Virginia's Joe Manchin to hold the line against the 4 trillion in the Senate. And when Nicole says, this is cover to cover all about infrastructure. Baloney. The bill throws money at far more than that with only a 110 billion reserved for the traditional infrastructure, such as roads and bridges. The bill includes tens of billions in public broadband subsidies that will preempt private investment, Amtrak gets 66 billion. Another bailout for Amtrak because sleepy Joe likes the rails. 66 billion should be enough to build a high-speed line in the northeast corridor, but almost certainly won't because of union and political stipulations. I mean, does Nicole Mali attack really trust the the overlords to manage this money properly? Are you kidding with the unions in New York? And the Democrat leadership give me a break. It's a joke. It's a mistake. She made a terrible mistake. These 13 Republicans and the Republicans in the Senate are going to rue the day they did this. And again, now there is light at this tunnel. At the end of this infrastructure tunnel because they're going to call it human infrastructure. And now, part two has a chance. Now, this 4 trillion to be clear, let me quote from The Wall.

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"malia takas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"malia takas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Right, let's listen to Nicole malli attack. This is the congresswoman from New York. Again, I've always liked her. So disappointed that she voted with 12 other Republicans in the House and rescued the Biden agenda as The Wall Street Journal editorial which I'm going to share with you points out. Listen to her comments to Bill hemmer and Dana perino this morning on Fox News. 19 Republican senators voted for it as well. But for those who did not, they just think this is a bad Bill. Why did it get your yes vote? Well, this bill, look, I read this bill, and it is covered to cover infrastructure. $350 billion is going to roads highways and bridges, which you would consider traditional infrastructure, and in the other 550 billion is for ports, airports, seaports, ferry systems, coastal resiliency projects, like the east or seawall that's so important to my district. Sewer systems, which is so incredibly important following Ida, the damage that took place in New York City, upgrading our subway signals to a communication based train control. We're still relying on pre World War II equipment in some subways. So for an aging city like New York City, this bill was incredibly important. And the reality is is that this is the type of investment that people actually pay taxes for those basic infrastructure needs that you expect from government, but have been neglected for decades. And as you reported earlier, I also believe that we significantly took away the leverage from the socialist squad. It is why AOC and the others voted against it because they knew that if the true infrastructure Bill passed, the spotlight would go onto their social spending bill that includes the IRS agents. It includes the Amnesty. It includes giveaways to those who are in the country illegally, the taxes, the vaccine mandates and penalties, all of that that we remain opposed to and we are going to fight tooth and nail with the moderate Democrats to

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"malia takas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"malia takas" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Disgraceful House Republicans rescue Biden's flailing agenda. And this is very important as we consider these 13 Republicans who swooped in, to rescue Pelosi. And provide Biden with the biggest victory of his presidency so far. National review says this is a bad decision that is political malpractice. It represents a betrayal. And here's why. This is why this is important. I saw Nicole, malia takas statement, something about she voted yes so that she could vote no for the social spending bill. Vote no. Vote no to the Biden agenda. We have a chance to defeat it, and we are defeating it slowly, but surely you didn't help. And the reason this is a betrayal. As Philip Klein lays out at national review, the federal government already spends more than enough on infrastructure to meet our needs and the COVID-19 bailout money left many states awash in cash. Despite promises only a small portion of this bill focuses on traditional infrastructure, like roads and bridges. The legislature will add 256 billion to deficits. It'll help grease the wheels for the passage of the larger multi $1 trillion welfare Bill that will expand Medicare and ObamaCare initiate a federal takeover of preschool and child care and impose economically devastating tax increases on individuals and businesses. Hey, 13 Republicans. Part two wouldn't have been even a possibility if you had to stop part one. We wouldn't have gotten to the debate about the monstrosity called build back better. I in Biden is reeling and you guys tossed.

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"malia takas" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

02:25 min | 10 months ago

"malia takas" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"So they're going to resume their no filter tour later this month in saint louis just thinking what charlie would have said about it is he was never big into the merchandizing. Look so most shirts black tongue though can't be good. Yeah look like it would be good. I don't know at least they're i guess they're going to roll on without him. I mean they have to finish this tour sending close to being upon. What do you mean on. Yeah okay league. Gather no moss. Hey hold on. I guess they're gonna go on beyond this tour with them. Then i guess because they have to finish this one yeah wait you said with him going to prop them up on the drum set. Okay go on let them. you're listening. Fire let them eat cake. The afc stands for antoinette congresswoman alexandria akhazia desmet dresser causing some controversy. Apparently it said tax the rich a republican congresswoman nicole malia takas from staten island says. Look it was a thirty thousand dollar. A plate event and her gown was ten thousand dollars and she arrived in a gas guzzling vehicles. But she's talking about it. She makes a very valid point and then she has the nerve to where addresses tax. The rich and she's not paying. The taxes was a gift so apparently that's a problem. I don't know what you have to i mean. Is there a limit on the amount of money you can get a gift. I think there is wow ohio. Corn mazes is paying tribute to one of our residents here in palm beach county. Jack nicklaus corn. Maize pays for instance eighty-one by the way. The golden bear has more the two miles of twists and turns in eighty-five decision. Points two miles. I went on one of those when i was at ohio state. Once in we lost an eye panic. Oh god yes. I panicked but they have people yeah. There's there's a way you can go like you could just walk straight through it. That's readily marked easily marked but we went the maze. Way i freaked ears. Doesn't listen me. Yeah and corn and the cancer also dies at exactly. The same time so that to me is not lost. That's a draw. That's love him. Sta genius miss him. Appointment was that now. We'll get a look back and see. He had that joke has maybe he was battling cancer..

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"malia takas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"malia takas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Show, then you're not. And you're out on your TV show at New York one because you got fired. Let's face it. You were fired from New York one because you wanted to have sex with the city Council. You were fired Curtis on And most importantly, you're not on your radio show. You don't need to be a comedian. A lot of you gotta take that. I'm gonna ask you both to cool it for the moment. I don't want to have to ask the control room. Today in your microphones when we go on to more of these political questions about you is Republicans New York City's only Republican in Congress, Nicole Malia takas who, of course, was also the party's last nominee for mayor. Voted on January six not to accept the election results. Did she do the right thing? In your opinion, Mr Matteo? I believe that she was looking for the for justice. She was looking to make sure that if there was fraud committed that there would it would be investigated. It would come to light. Listen, Mistakes are made. Fraud is committed. You do an investigation and you see what the results are. So I commend, uh Congresswoman Mallya tacos for doing what she did, because she is a true Republican. Sure that answer clear. I want to keep the moving because our time is limited. Mr. Sleep with same question. Could I answer that Congressman Nicole Congresswoman Nokko Miley attack it supports Curtis Leela. Really? She hasn't come out to say that. Almost all the elected Republicans do in Staten Island and Brooklyn. You have no support of elected officials. Fernando, my tail Nicole Mal idiot, Takis. His supporting Kurdish Lee would have become the next mayor. Basically, I'm just telling you what you want on the record, in your opinion, did she cast the right vote on January six not to accept all the electoral votes. Mr. C. What did she say? She wanted an investigation, And obviously she was entitled, and we were entitled to an investigation. All right, So let me ask you next about electability in our city That is so heavily democratic by party enrollment. You're gonna need independents to vote for you. You're going to need Democrats registered Democrats to vote for you. Mayor Bloomberg, running as a Republican got a lot of independents and Democrats Mayor Giuliani running as a Republican got a lot of independent Democrats make your case. The Republican primary voters watching and listening right now that you would actually have the better chance to win in November..

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"malia takas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"malia takas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As Beijing prepares to open its $50 trillion financial market to foreign firms. Brazilian airline Gaul will become the first carrier to resume regular flights with Boeing. 7 37 Max. Last month, safety officials lifted a grounding of the bag's gone begins Passenger service on the jet tomorrow. The plane makes its return in the U. S of the end of the month when American Airlines relaunches service and shares of Kodak corrupt 9% in early trading. The Wall Street Journal Reports of probe found no wrongdoing regarding a government loan to the company straight ahead. The latest role the national News, This is Bloomberg. It's not 507 on Wall Street. Time to check what's going on in New York and around the world for that, we turn to Michael Bark. Good morning, Michael. Good morning, Nathan. Indoor dining in New York City could shut down as early as next Monday. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says If the region's hospitalization rate is not stabilized after five days, the action will have to be taken. Cuomo is also warning of an increase of cases moving into the holiday season and is concerned about hospital capacity in his state. If our hospital capacity becomes critical We're going to close down that region period. We called closed down a red zone. Cuomo has ordered hospitals across New York to increase bed capacity by 25%. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city is working with officials to get other schools reopened. Blasio, during his news briefing yesterday, also said once again, students will need to get a covert tests. Often every single student either needs a testing consent form in or Needs a proper medical exemption. This is what's going to keep us all safe. Pre K and elementary schools in New York City reopened yesterday. The co owner of a New York City bar accused of defying coronavirus restrictions, is coming into fire from top officials after he was charged with running over a sheriff's deputy with his car. Governor Cuomo called Danny Presti a coward. That's a quote, while Mayor de Blasio's said he should face very, very serious consequences. Presti was arraigned on third degree assault and other charges. Staten Island Man says that he expects to be exonerated, a Republican congresswoman elect from New York, says she hopes the nation can come together. After the Trump campaign's legal challenges to the presidential election. The comb Elliot talk is defeated. Democratic incumbent Max Rose in New York's 11th district representing Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn. Malia Takas, who will be the only Republican representing New York in the House, says she supports President Trump's legal challenges. I find there's nothing wrong with that, ensuring that any question of irregularities or voter fraud are thoroughly investigated. On give the president opportunity to exhaust his legal options. So far, no court has found evidence of widespread voter fraud. World War two Flying ace Chuck Yeager, first pilot to break the sound barrier has died. Chuck Yeager was 97 Global news 24 hours a day on the air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists, an analyst on more than 120 countries, Michael Barr, and this is Bloomberg. Nathan. All right, Michael. Thanks It's 509 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg Sports Update..

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"malia takas" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"malia takas" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Nicole Malia takas B beats Max Rose. So we've got a Republican in the in New York City, Nicole Dagen McDowell, shocked as she reported last night that New York City will have a Republican and not just any Republican, A long time Valiant advocate for New York City, she ran for mayor. She's been a longtime assembly member. And now she is the congresswoman elect to the New York 11th district. Nicole. It's good to have you back on the show. I've been talking about all of the all of the general election mess all day. Today. I'm so happy to get to come to the end of my show Have you here because it's a good story and not just you that Republicans picked up three more seats. Last night, and that was after they thought they weren't going to do very well, your your thoughts as you look back on the day after Well, look, it is not only Ah, voice from New York City is it's a much needed voice from New York City. You need a balance, representing our city here and in Washington, and I think that this is what the people are demanding. They wanted to party system. They want someone who's gonna push back against Alexandra Cozzi portend hold Mayor de Blasio's accountable. And that is exactly what I'll do as they fight for the people of Staten Island, Southern Brooklyn, and really all of our city. Nicolai see your seat as a nexus of great influence, because, as you just pointed out, you're going to be the only Congressional representative from New York City proper to be representing the city with the with the same party that the president aligns with. And yet you will also be part of the New York delegation that you'll be interacting with for things that are going to be regionally of interest to everyone. And I'm curious. I mean, you know, thank goodness. Lee Zeldin got returned yesterday in some of the others. But what are some of your hopes in this first term is you take the office next January. Well, you know, I think first and foremost, we need Thio put together a tailored coat relief package that helps millions of Americans that are struggling and also small businesses. And when Nancy Pelosi was trying to do and inserting an ideological wish list, including a prison release and also bring the box to bail on the federal level, changing our election laws need to be stopped, But we do need to make sure We do provide critical relief. I love to see infrastructure being done in this next Congress. We could certainly use the support to upgrade our subway signals here in New York City finally finished the H O V lane on Staten Island Expressway. Andi, I also think that we need to hold our mayor accountable and make sure that we find out where exactly the federal money that we give to this administration are going I mean, we know that the mayor squandered billions of dollars and he received federal funds when it comes for mental illness or New York City, housing or education or transportation and needs to be used appropriately. I want to get back. I want to get to the bottom of that, so there's a long list of things that I want to do. But certainly I'm looking forward to working with anyone and everyone who wants to achieve those goals. One of the things that your opponent Max Rose continually did was ignore the voices and the concerns of the district in favor of falling in line with Speaker Pelosi. Obviously You're going to be caucusing with the other party. But how does how does that impact your ability to? Ah, are you more free, in essence to tend to the needs of your district, especially given the fact that you were so overwhelmingly elected last night? Look, I will represent the values of this district and last night what they said really loud and clear. The people sat down southern Brooklyn is they want law and order. They support our NYPD. They want to see our economy reopen. They want to see the jobs that we lost returned and they want to ensure that we preserve this great country, its value, its unlimited opportunity and potential, and I stopped socialism. I mean, they want freedom, not socialism. And I think that that was a clear message. That was sent that in that they want a balance in our government here in New York City, and look, they've seen how far left This city has gone under people like Bill Deblasio and on Alexandra Cozzi Cortez and supported by Max Rose. You know, the values of this city are are are, you know, I think very different than what the socialist movement is, and we need somebody who's gonna provide a counter view and I will do just that. But also I'll be a voice in Washington. It will work with the Democrats. Believe me, I've done it when I was When I've been in the assembly. I will work with the Democrats where we find common ground. You know, I've corresponded over 100 laws of the state Legislature with Democrats, but we also need checks and balances. And I'm gonna hold him accountable when they're doing the wrong thing. Well, I think one of the things Nicole that no one can argue with with when it comes to your assembly seat. Which is going to be a very similar good preparatory ground for what you're going to be moving into on the federal level, But I think one of the things that your tenure has always been Footnoted buys your willingness to stand strong. I mean, Albany is pretty famous for having late night junk sessions where they try to pull the wool over the eyes of the voters of New York and you're always one of the voices that comes out waving the flag, staying up all night, saying Guys, We can't just roll over and die and let this happen. And because of that, even when vastly outnumbered. You've had success on things that that otherwise nobody would have known about. Had you not been willing to stand up on DB accounted for it. And if you could do the same thing in the Congress, Nicole, you're going to be benefiting the nation, not just the citizens of your own district. I will always fight for the law abiding, taxpaying, hardworking citizens that deserve more from their government, and all I really want is their government to provide things at this post to be providing and one of them. They want transportation..

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"malia takas" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"malia takas" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Congressional candidate Nicole Malia Takas took the stage to get the crowd excited for the upcoming election right when he said that an island is trump country. There are many flags, posters and even cardboard cutouts of the president. Despite Trump's current personal battle with covert 19, many didn't wear masks and social distancing wasn't happening at all. A giant sign build the election as the fight of the century law and order versus anarchy. Republican hopes for keeping control of the Senate are getting a boost after a Democratic candidate in North Carolina apologize for sending sexual text messages to a woman who's not his wife, Matt Madison has more Cal Cunningham says he will stay in the race to unseat Republican incumbent Tom Tell us. Cunningham has been leading in most polls and was one of the reasons Democrats thought they would win four more seats to regain control of the chamber. Cunningham said he heard his family and disappointed his friends. And he is deeply sorry. And former MLB pitcher Charles Hager wanted for the murder of his ex girlfriend is found dead. Police in Scottsdale, Arizona, say Hager shot himself his body was found Saturday afternoon on a trail in Grand Cayman. In a national park in northern Arizona. Hager was wanted in Scottsdale for the shooting death of his ex girlfriend, Daniel Breed at her apartment on Friday night Kegger pitch mainly as a reliever for the Dodgers, white socks and Padres from 2006 to 2010. I'm Jim Forbes. Joan Esposito Live local and progressive on Joan Esposito Live local and progressive on 8:20 A.M.. W. CPT Willow Springs is powered by comment. Discover rooftop solar options that comment dot com slash solar. Hi, this is Ellen Miller, This is Scott from out Chicago..

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"malia takas" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:10 min | 3 years ago

"malia takas" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Sporting goods stores. Record in the Harry, James day. Dutiful new arrays by Nelson riddle. Oh, nothing at all. Half. A love never appealed to me. If your heart. Never good. You to me? No. Rather rather have nothing Francis. Albert with Joe Piscopo twenty six right now, this is so funny. This is from from gale who was the one of the teachers from my when my kids were young happy Easter you had me laughing ready. Holy Thursday, kiss your fingers than touch your fingers to occur. Jesus feet yet. That's that's the right thing to do. Thank you Gail. Love your sending love from me and the kids. It sounds like you do that you kiss you. I do that. If I go to a great. My father's gave me, and then you touch this is a Catholic thing is is a Catholic thing that I'm doing anybody else. Do this get crazy like that? But we're talking about what I saw I walked into that church. And it was quiet Friday. It was like it was goodbye new Christ died on the cross, and I gotta tell you this too. And I touch on a couple of times this morning, but this is our intimate. Our this is the this is the quiet hour that you were kind enough to listen. You are the most dedicated around our kitchen table like that I'll tell you this. And then maybe I could just leave it because I don't want to drive at home too much. Although I talked about when we tell you about Christianity. And we tell you that the trying to kill Christians. And I said that somebody you know, I'd like to be under the radar. Sometimes when I when I talked about faith, or we will sometimes joke about it without you know, there's there's not a motive. But just to get the the word of faith out because I think it's good. I really do. We are one nation under God. And I totally believe that he liked that. But, but I don't want to drive it home too, much and one guy said, they'll you gotta take a Batman and between the eyes I go. Okay. Well, that's a nice Christie approach. It's guy. Need a bat over the ad. Okay. Okay. Got it Christianity here. No. I don't think it's so much that. But by the end, I think of mother credit, she said, relaxing church just go with it. Because you know, me, I'm so impatient. Sevens. Versus of one song is so unnecessary against singing. And I know my gal Joe Joe's listening, though, she goes, Joe, no, you can't swing the our father. I'd like to hear a big band arrangement of the fathers swing it. Because the way we do it. Now. It's too slow. But I have to tell you so went with I went with my mom said I stayed within the concept of mass, you know, trying to make a good Catholic. Boy, right good, Italian Catholic. Boy, when I tell you after that vigil, and it was two hours. I just I felt I felt the spirit of Christ. I felt the spirit of the religion, and my faith is unwavering in stronger than ever how about that. You just stay with it. And I think it's so important that we do stay with it like that. But again, not drive it home too much, but it was really wild. It was why I'm telling you if you you go, and you accept it. And you accept certainly Christ it just fills your heart wild. This is great and you walk out of pick a better person in his spire. Then then when you see what's happening around the world have they just trying to wipe us out there trying to white Christianity of the map. And now I wanna see now I had to turn political forgive me if I do this. But I would like did did this this congresswoman Ilan, Omar did she say anything against us affected? She condemned the attack and Sri Lanka. I haven't heard anything. Maybe she did. Correct me if I'm wrong, if you did I haven't heard anything, you know. I mean, she's she'll she'll vilify every religion. Let's see her vilify these Islamic fundamentalist Islamic extremists who killed almost three hundred people at churches them on a coward. Cockroaches. Don't get me started. It's Joe on the radio. It's a Monday. We're we're running eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine nine and Frankie. Before we break a good weekend for you might find weekend, JoAnne. Yes. Just to be clear. Hano more did condemn the attacks yesterday. And she said, no one should ever be, you know, be attacked at their house of worship. Thank you. Thank you. I stand corrected. And then spires me it's about time. Appreciate that. Very. She said it's countless people who attend Easter service today. Our prayers are with Sri Lanka who lost loved ones in these horrible attacks. No person of any faith should be fearful in their house of worship. Did. She say praise Jesus hashtag. She didn't workout. We'll work at it. We'll get it at. Thank you. Frankie reclined is on coming up momentarily political director for ABC news, John Solomon wrote the consummate article about what we have to do. We meaning regular. Americans patriotic people who love this country, and we see this Muller profile. It comes out. This is not pro Donald Trump. This is an anti anything. This is an objective. Take on how come the the House Democrats in the house are now going after every little thing about this president? It's a sickness. It's a sickness how the doing this. And now they're going to not do the mullet probe comes out. They love Muller. Meet immed- Frankie museum, we went through mullah's history. As a public servant, not so great maybe in the military, but not so great in you know, when he was in public service in politics yet. They remembered the democ Muller was was a God to then, you know. Oh my gosh. They everything about it. And they love attorney-general bar was this is the guy. This is a good guy. Now, everybody's anatomy because it doesn't fall into the narrative of taking down President Trump. And you know, what they really got nothing here. So Jon Solomon from the hill wrote this article can post Muller questions that could turn the tables on Russia collusion investigated. This is a great. There's gonna be a great conversation with John coming up in the seven o'clock hour, congressman Peter King doing a great job. We're gonna talk about the. Sri Lanka attacks. What we know? More about them and the reaction to the mother report with the great congressman from Long Island. Peter king. Doug Schoen is great. He's a he's a good guy democratic pollster great guys come on nine o'clock hour, and you're always welcome to rip it up on the Airways with us. Eight seven seven nine seven no twenty nine ninety nine reclined coming up momentarily, but first the man with the purple hair, I died, the eggs a call a valve head. And then he's gonna keep it like that. And who am I to argue six thirty two to got the headline news. The purple headline news on AM. I seventy the answer. This is A M nine seventy the answer to degrees at six thirty two. I'm Al get too low with local news. I here's what's going on in New York state lawmaker wants to make the Big Apple a so-called sanctuary state. Democratic Senator Jose Serrano junior of the Bronx is pushing the initiative he's drafted legislation that would ban police from deporting undocumented immigrants unless they are convicted for serious or violent crimes Ronald 'cause the legislation the dignity for immigrants in New York state act, California, and Connecticut have similar laws already on the books. Republican assemblywoman Nicole Malia takas tells the post the legislation is misguided and dangerous. Suffolk County executive Steve Bologne isn't answering the signing of legislation intended to reduce the use of plastic and other synthetics on Long Island below will be appeared today at hog at the h Lee Denison building starting at ten AM to discuss the law, which would restrict the use of plastic straws and ban the use of foam containers. Plastic straws will still be available. But by request only Malone says this will make subject the first county New York state to pass such a law in sports Yankees. Blew a five nothing lead in the eighth, but still beat the visiting Royal seven six and ten innings slugger. Aaron judge the latest Yankee to go on the injured list. He stranded oblique muscle in his left side while swinging the bat in Saturday's win over the royals. Judge is the thirteenth Yankee on the injured list. Noah Syndergaard down five one by the third inning. Mets lost six to four to the cardinals in Saint Louis. Stuck in traffic.

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"malia takas" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

08:37 min | 3 years ago

"malia takas" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Having to face because a little bit later on. We're going to bring on somebody that that witnessed all of this. But the the legislature in New York state started working on the legislation for this year's budget at one pm. Monday morning, one AM they called everybody in the governor has a little trick that he can play see normally when they introduced spending measures in New York state that's supposed to allow three days for the tax payers to be able to read it and see it and have access to the legislation. But if the governor comes in and makes a proclamation and does a little speech plays a little trick. Then none of the tax payers in the state of New York. Then are required to be notified about what's in the budget or what they went through and overnight the assembly members were required to attend and argue and fight for what they could try to get done in the state legislature. When everybody else was asleep. When literally everyone in the state was in bed from one to five in the morning. Nicole Malia takas will join me a little bit later. She's a member of the New York state assembly, and this is just wrong or the guy have to deal with it today. Glad you're with us. I wanna turn first to the goings on of the film unplanned from overnight from this last weekend. Now when you may not have heard some of the controversy. But this is a film that was kind of made on the secret because Planned Parenthood was not pleased with how they were going about telling their story, and they had to have a secret location in last Friday. You heard my exclusive with Abby Johnson that we shot on location there. But there were there was more controversy this weekend with this film and here to discuss it is one of the primary finance years of the film, Mike Lindell, and Mike, of course, of my pillow fame of he's also becoming a very inspirational speaker and popular figure across the country. He hit I think three different conferences in the last three days of last week. Mike, welcome back to Kevin McCullough radio. It's always good to have you. Thanks for having me on Kevin. So you you were one of the major partners producers of this film, and it opened well Friday night. In fact, it was in second place in average per screen after the first night of the weekend. And I think it ended up finishing somewhere in the top three. But let's talk about some of the weird things that went on first of all Twitter on Friday decided to ban the account altogether. Saying I don't know exactly what they said. But it was it was off line the night of the premiere and then towards the end of the weekend people were trying to follow the Twitter account for the unplanned movie, and they couldn't they couldn't stay followed. I actually put a little video up on Twitter about it. Where you push the follow button, you go you hit one more link, and it would automatically Mike. Why do you think there is such hostility on Twitter's part towards your little movie? Well, let's take it back a little bit. Kevin. This is better divine. From the beginning. I mean, when I got a call to be actually that'd be a part in the movie, I'm a cameo on the movie, and then they were short money. And I said, well how much you're short night. Why are the money on the spot? I'm safe. And I knew you know, when I prayed about it. Do it to go all in here while spraying things started happening right out of the gate. It was like the fix was in like all of a sudden, we couldn't get secular song. There are music producers Hollywood was stopping now, you know, from us getting certain music on and then we had to go to the secret location. And and these these attacks kept coming. Well, now, you know, you, you know, you're getting somebody when like you say Twitter, I was on an airplane going from from California to Texas. And all of a sudden, I my people are texting me going on Twitter took down. The site and all this and I'm going. You know? Does it go? I mean, how deep do the does the attacks come from. And and I don't, you know, it's like what happened to you know, when you got a platform the size of Twitter or Google or Facebook and all these platforms. You know, they're controlling us, and they're controlling what we see what we what we do. And this is a prime example of them not wanting to get you know, it's almost like were they pay by Planned Parenthood. I don't know why they did it. But there was a lot of stuff that went on this weekend. But in spite of all that like you just said the successor this movie, amazing almost almost triple what what was expected. It was almost like the polls for the president. You know? That's like sorry. You're wrong again with God. You can't you can't predict what what God's will. God's got a plan and it's not their plan. Well, Mike, the there's no doubt about it that this movie takes a shot at Planned Parenthood. But but people that have seen it and reviewed it over the opening weekend have said that it is not a cheap shot that it is a very fair presentation of what happens in the Planned Parenthood existence. Oh for sure. And it's not just about same periods about abortion. I mean, you know, this time such as this when they're, you know, you're killing the unborn in New York late now, building celebrating it or or in Virginia trying to kill babies that aren't even bore or that are already born. And then you've got you know, what happened to the ten commandments thou shalt not kill. And and I think what it does this movie is going to I believe it's going to save so many lives, but also is going to change hearts and Kevin at the end of this at the end of the movie, we actually have a helpline you can call it. You know, a few kept this. If you've been a part of an abortion hurt up friend, very some family member, you know, it's gonna it's gonna take a lot of emotion I've been in. I watched it in theaters now with the red carpet that with four different times. Now where you see people you go through the motions of anger, then deep sadness, and and you have all these emotions, and I I just. Thank really. It is a it's a fair mobile opens up everything for discussion. And and what we're in right now it, you know. Stop. I think Twitter trying to stop getting the word out. Let's hear every side of the story here. Yeah. Well, there's an, but don't you think that the the reason that this is so powerful because it's not like like I said, it's not a cheap shot. It's a true story of a woman who truly saw something that she just was not able to be okay with anymore, and what she literally saw on that screen was a baby trying to get away from from instruments that were being sent into its mother's womb to kill it. That's that's a hard thing to get out of your mind after you've seen it. Oh, absolutely. There's another scene in the movie too that I came out of my mind when they they make sure that all the parts are there before they are before they move on when they rip the babies apart. And. When I when I got involved cabinet is it's a true story. So you know, I mean, this is a true story of Abby Johnson. So it's not, you know, there's nothing exaggerated for Hollywood or anything. I've I've talked to abbey, and it's you know, it was as close as you can get to. I really, you know, what happened in her life. What she's for the transformation that she made on while? She not only went from being the youngest director ever all of a sudden. Now, she went completely she's gotten, you know, being the most pro pro life people out there ever in right? And so, you know, it's God uses is his people in different ways. And you know for me. For my child forum that I have out there now to be able when I put myself all in behind something whether I'm attack you're not I just like when I went all in for the president. Jim, do you know, the story cavalry? I met him that I allow this real deal here. And then. You know in in the I fight for what's right? But I also do my due diligence. And and that's what I loved about this show is it. It's. Said it was a true story. You care. You can't beat the truth. And argue can't argue with what actually happened. Well, Mike, congratulations..

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"malia takas" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"malia takas" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In twenty twenty. And getting our country back on track. Now, Joe in me is Joe Biden now wise Biden with Bloomberg Biden is one of the biggest losers ever in the history of presidential campaigns. He's run three times never got a single vote outside his home state as Trump causing Mr. one percent. He's never in three tries for president never got above one percent. So he can't raise a dime. I think that's why he's running around with Bloomberg. Now. Get Bloomberg money to Bloomberg can finance their effort. Now that have a little fight over who's the top of the ticket who's the bottom by. We'll take the bottom. If he has to be doesn't care and Biden has a history of lying. He's been caught in a million lies. He's been caught making all kinds of racist. Ethnic comments. You can just you to them and see them all he's been caught groping women of all ages. There's tremendous amounts of video of that. You can see and he has a history of lying. My favorite moment was the Sarah Palin debate where he told a couple of stories one, and he started to cry during the story about when he goes to the diner every morning. The guys the workers he eats within the stories they told him, and he goes through these. And then of course, they found out the next day after checking there was no such diner. He's never been to a diner in the morning already talked about the Home Depot near his house, and what went on there, and they found it. There's no Home Depot anywhere near as house. So here's by we've learned last two years. It doesn't take much to wake in hate. You go right to the old race card. Part of American society has always been there will always be there. But has been legitimized. I started about racism, nobody has more of a history of making racists remarks than Joe by. This guy's got no shot at ever running as soon as the campaign starts. There's a video collage of all his racist remarks. There's another video collage of all his lies. There's another video collage of all the times he said the stupidest gaffes remember when he's speaking to are about to our fallen heroes. To stand. Or this is a tremendous amount of video all cut together of him groping women as their cringing and trying to pull away. So he's got no shot at all. But this racist thing is big bring this back. Now, they're gonna try this one. Again, here's Bernie we now have a president of the United States who is a racist. Now, there's no evidence of this. He's got a history of just the opposite. He used to get awards from Jesse Jackson, and Al Sharpton until the second he decided to run against Democrats. But they've brought this back in again. You don't have to have any evidence just declare it. We now have a president of the United States is a racist. That's it. It's definite. It comes from Bernie Sanders and Vermont that Bernie's got a problem because he as I said before when you see all these beta works and the Cossio Cortez. It's because they hate Schumer and Pelosi just like Republicans Democrats want their swamp trains. They're sick of their tired old. Bureaucrats? They don't trust Pelosi your Schumer any that's like their remember. When Trump ran everybody wanted corker and flake and Ryan they wanted all these old senators out they knew that they're all tangled up the lobbyists and donors who trust them. Same thing of the democratic side. They want Pelosi and Schumer look at this Uber this he looked like anything legitimate. It just looks like a tired old bureaucrat. Yeah. Let's bring in a Cossio Cortez. Not good. But I can understand their frustration. Look at this Schumer what he's making a speech about something. He's supposed to be passionate about the Hannam a piece of paper he puts on his glasses. And these clearly reading it. He didn't write it. He didn't bother to even look at it hesitations reading it off a piece of paper. So no wonder they wanna get rid of them. So you're gonna have a Bloomberg you're gonna have Biden messing them up. What you'll have is. You'll have separate primaries. Not officially, but you'll have like a progressive primary where they'll all fight each other to become one of the one will take the lead you'll have a woman's primary you'll have minority primary you'll have like the old school Biden type primary, and then whoever comes out ahead of all those will face each other in the real debates. Under the hey, we're gonna run it looks like Nicole Malia takas. Remember her can run for president. Oh, she's going to run for congress against somebody. Who's who's leave whose term is up later this year? Some congressman, hey, that's actually good for her. She stunk is a mural candidate. But I would support it for this. This is what she does. She's a legislator and not much of a speechmaker, but she can talk. He said can't talk, but you can vote. So this'll be good. You think so hate was better than mayor, I suppose. Yeah. She had no business running for mayor. That was just to make sure the Blasios didn't lose donors love them. They didn't want to lose them. How much bigger is? Netflix. Hulu I'd say twice as big now even more really net flicks. As a hundred and thirty seven million subscribers sixty million in this country, Hulu has twenty five million subscribers. That's what's about twice as big don't have Hulu Hulu started off. The big one Netflix is the little one because Hulu had the backing of all the networks, and they had all the big network TV shows. But now got the point who cares about these networks is reruns of shows nobody wanted to watch in the first place the reason that we miss them. We didn't bother to watch. And everybody's got a TV show. They'll need Hulu for that so net flicks much much bigger third places Amazon a distant third. Wow. But it's catching up they've done. Studies. Now to see this is the problem, you you don't want that cable anymore who needs a two hundred dollar cable Bill. So you get the streaming services..

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"malia takas" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

12:52 min | 3 years ago

"malia takas" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Home of borders, language, culture. And here he is up stop, mass hysteria. Michael savage. In San Francisco to have ice rinks. They set up down by the embarcadero and one by union square, and I love to watch people ice skate. And you know, you think it's gonna last like all year, but it doesn't like a couple of months, and then they take the rink down. Everything is so fleeting. Why is everything so fleeting? Is it just me or is everything? So fleeting all of a sudden there's everything moving at hypersonic speed the world seems to be moving at hypersonic speed. It reminds me of a movie from the sixties, I think called stop the world. I want to get off. Sometimes I think I just want to get off from it. Let the merry go round keep on spinning the German feel that way the problem is there's no way to go and the world stops spinning soon enough for all of us. But nevertheless, the eternal optimist always Marian bright enjoy life. This is not a rehearsal as they say shit up their old pal. Yeah. That kind of stuff, you know, how to make friends and influence people be an optimist. Why am I not optimistic? Why am I not even pessimistic or am? I just pissed off. I'm not optimistic. I'm not going to give you a false Carney. Bark optimism like king Faruk does every day when he's dying in his chair there. No. And I'm not pessimistic because I'm not a defeatist. I'm just pissed off. Now, what am I supposed to do with it? He the McDonald's burger with a team the Tampa Bay care hamburger eaters with Donald Trump. I thought that was a great idea of his you know, that the stupidity of the press attacked them for that. Also, he invites tieman, but because there's a shutdown they camp cook. Right. So he brings in hundreds of burgers and fish, sandwiches and fries right away. The schmucks in the media attack him for bringing in hamburgers and fish burgers. Actually, the college ball players loved the McDonald's stuff. Incidentally. So here we are just goes on forever. I don't know how long the shutdown is going to last the airports are parents grid-locked TSA is on strike, or whatever you're not going to work coastguards limits. Pay government is paralyzed. And the question is where do we go from here? How does this end? I told you from the beginning Trump painted himself in a corner. And I'm not happy to tell you that once you create an intractable position in negotiation. And you do not give the other side anywhere to go. You're gonna lose. The Blasio not to be outdone the communist showing full communism coming out of himself. Now, you cannot believe what I'm about to play for you. We all know that the mayor of New York is an outright Sandinista. He's been a communist is entire life. He is now out nakedly and said he will seize the property of owners, he doesn't like in New York City, and I'm gonna open with that sound in a minute because there's other sound that we're gonna play today, but the headlines are the bar hearings. A charade Theresa May knocked down and Brexit the attack on masculinity by Gillette and others. There's another one that you got to hear about the youngest black legislator. Loves God and loves babies and as a true conservative. These are some of the topic before we go to some of the sound. I'm going to invite you to call to get online at eight five five four hundred seven two eight two eight five five four savage. Eight five five four hundred seven two eight two because if you do get through the call screener get onto the board, and we select you you will be heard by more people than you'll meet for the rest of your life. So let's begin right now on the Savage Nation radio show. With Mr. de Blasio of Newark city, showing himself to be no less than mao-tse-tung and Karl Marx in one human being my fellow New Yorkers went a landlord tries to push out ten by making their home. Unlivable a team of inspectors and law enforcement agents will be on the ground in time to stop it. Will use every tool we have. We'll find the landlords will penalize landlords by the fines and penalties. Don't cut it. We will seize their buildings how we will put them in the hands of a community nonprofit that will treat an with the respect they deserve. This outright communism. This is straight out of Cuba. And I'm not alone in saying this state assembly member, Nicole Malia takas who ran against this evil man and twenty seventeen told Fox News. My first reaction is this communist, Cuba. I can say that it's a daughter of Cuban refugees fled Castro's Cuba in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. This is just what happened to our family. She had her own home taking my grandfather had gas station taken by the government. She went on. This is extreme even for mayor de Blasio because we know that he has socialist leanings, but this is a straight communism. And I think it's very scary America loving and democracy. Very scary to America loving democracy. Loving people value Tokyo's said the proposal was also hypocritical of the mayor as she says the city run some of the worst housing in New York City housing authority. She also expressed some doubt as to how his plan to seize property would fare. She said that any attempt to seize property by New York City under the Blasio will face a court challenge. And the mayor himself comes up with these ideas throw stuff out there, and doesn't know how he intends to make it happen. It's all rhetoric, but this is only the latest in a long string of radical communist proposals by the Sandinista loving mayor of New York City, and I don't need to repeat all of these all I can tell you is that moderation has gone in the democrat party. There was no moderation to be found anywhere in the democrat party. And we know that there are vicious slum lords in in many big cities who use thugs the going and beat people up the brake pipes to turn off water and things of that nature. But I don't think the solution is seizing the private property. I think it's jailing the owners if they break the law, don't you? So that's my answer in other. I'm not supporting slum Lord. See here's the no win situation that the vermin on the left would like to put us in all you're attacking the Blasio that makes you supporter of slum lords. No, I didn't say that slum lords horrible. You turn off water. You turn off electric don't provide garbage service you let the rats proliferate. Let stairwells collapsed you go to jail that's different than seizing the property. And so the Blasio now to come out as a full on Doctor Zhivago type Soviet is playing for everybody to see a love that movie. Joe remove to get remember, it will be a Doctor Zhivago. Well, the book was better. Doctor Zhivago was written by a great Russian author Boris Pasternak who lived through the communist or actually more specifically the Bolshevik revolution of nineteen seventeen. And he saw what happened not so much the aristocrats of Russia, but to the lead. Let us say middle class of Russia of which there was a small number their homes were seized peasants from the gutters will put into their homes, and if the owners were not killed or sent to the gulag the owners of these homes were put into the basement to work as launderers. This is what happens with this kind of thinking. And de Blasio knows it because he is a naked Stalinist. We're going to talk about the winds of socialism. The winds of communism that are blowing out of the universities where there is no longer any freedom of speech or freedom of thought where feminist fascists have taken over the university's down to the janitorial services where our girl has to do is accuse a boy of sexual harassment, and the boy is brought before some kangaroo court in the universities and has no right to face his accuser, this is right out of communist, China or out of the Soviet Union. And these winds of socialist fascism are blowing from the university through the media into the political system, and we see. Guys, like Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, even Hillary Clinton now pretending that capitalism is not her if you can believe any such thing, it seems that all those on the left. Whether it's Gavin Newsom here in California or the others as rich as they may be are pretending to love the masters pretending to love the person at the bottom pretending themselves to be are the common person. I'd like to give you a little history about the bloody Bolshevik revolution. That stunned the world the Russian revolution. The bloodiest transfer of power. The world had ever seen. A revolution. The Russian revolution ushered in. Secrecy suppression, state-sponsored persecution across one sixth of the earth's land. But what touched off this fuse and could it happen here while it is happening here. Not could it happen here. It is happening here. And I want to talk today about things you didn't know about the Russian revolution. Why it happened in Russia? The uprising of nineteen seventeen was not the first and how most of the leaders of the Russian revolution were from upper middle class. Or even higher families. They would not from the poor. They were all like today. From families with money. And I think it's very important that we learn from history or we are condemned to repeat history. The first thing you have to know is that the Russian revolution was a result of propaganda. The Bolsheviks who were the early Russian revolutionaries knew how to use propaganda, and they used it phenomenally. Well, they popularized the image of the bourgeoisie as enemies of the working man, and they cast their own leaders of the Russian uprising as working class heros. Even though they were not from the working class. Does it sound familiar to you? So propaganda was an important role a part of the success of the Russian revolution. And the images were very clear. Do you wanna socialist government here in the United States? And do you think you'd have more or less freedom? Are you a socialist? What would the United States be like if this was a pure one hundred percent socialist nation, and as I said to you before it seems that one presidency follows another as a reaction to the one that preceded it and what I meant by that one. I've said it several times, and I'll say it again in case you missed that show. Because it's an important observation, and let's hope to God that doesn't follow the Trump administration. But. Obama was elected as an antidote to the Bush war in Iraq. If I had to reduce it to a simple term Bush brought us to a war. No one wanted a war that unfortunately has turned out to be at the Zastava on every level the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein has been replaced in ways by far worse people and Saddam Hussein as you will soon. See as to also Dr Who killed many of our troops might wind up running Iraq sonar. It's America hated the Iraq war. They hated Bush's lies about weapons of mass destruction given to us by none other than the liar. John Bolton who is now destroying the world. He's like a cyclops John bolted, everything is man touches turns to fire and brimstone so Bush gave us the war that nobody wanted the Iraq war based on lies lies, primarily gated by John Bolton about weapons of mass destruction that didn't exist. And who followed Bush who was the antidote to Bush, Barack Obama Obama came along. And he promised peace and Lavin. Oh, I guess. What's the word? They use transparency funniest word on the planet. He was secretive. He created the greatest police state in the US history. Maybe world history Obama. But nevertheless, he presented himself. Very well. He was a super fought fine salesman. And a great conman and America fell in love with Barack Obama in the beginning. They believed him, and he was a result of Bush. He offered the opposite..

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"malia takas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:55 min | 3 years ago

"malia takas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Show, the Savage Nation. Home of borders, language, culture. And here he is author of stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. In San Francisco to have ice rinks. They set up, you know, down by the embarcadero and one by union square, and I love to watch people ice skate. And you know, you think it's gonna last like all year, but it doesn't like a couple of months, and then they take the rink down. Everything is so fleeting. Why is everything so fleeting? Is it just me or is everything? So fleeting all of a sudden there's everything moving at hypersonic speed the world seems to be moving at hypersonic speed. It reminds me of a movie from the sixties, I think called stop the world. I want to get off. Sometimes I think I just want to get off from it. And let the merry go round keep on spinning the German feel that way the problem is there's no way to go and the world stopped spinning soon enough for all of us. But nevertheless, the eternal optimist always Marian bright enjoy life. This is not a rehearsal as they say shit up their old pal. Yeah. That kind of stuff, you know, how to make friends and influence people be an optimist. Why am I not optimistic? Why am I not even pessimistic or am? I just pissed off. I'm not optimistic. I'm not going to give you a false Carney. Bark optimism like king Faruk does every day when he's dying in his chair there. No. And I'm not pessimistic because I'm not a defeatist. I'm just pissed off. And what am I supposed to do with it? Either. Mcdonald's burger with a team the Tampa Bay care hamburger with Donald Trump. I thought that was a great idea of his you know, that's the stupidity answer. The press attacked them for that. Also, he invites a team, but because there's a shutdown they camp cook. Right. So he brings in like hundreds of burgers and fish, sandwiches and fries right away. The schmucks in the media attack him for bringing in hamburgers and fish burgers. Actually, the college ball players loved the McDonald's stuff. Incidentally. So here we are just goes on forever. I don't know how long the shutdown is going to last the airports are apparently gridlock TSA is on strike, or whatever you're not going to work coastguards. You're gonna miss pay government is paralyzed. And the question is where do we go from here? How does this end? I told you from the beginning Trump painted himself in a corner. And I'm not happy to tell you that once you create an intractable position in negotiation. And you do not give the other side anywhere to go. You're going to lose. The Blasio not to be outdone. The communist is showing full communism coming out of himself. Now, you cannot believe what I'm about to play for you. We all know that the mayor of New York is an outright Sandinista. He's been a communist is entire life. He is now nakedly instead he will seize the property of owners, he doesn't like in New York City, and I'm gonna open with that sound in a minute. 'cause there's other sound that we're gonna play today, but the headlines are the bar hearings. A charade Theresa May knocked down and Brexit the attack on masculinity by Gillette and others. There's another one that you got to hear about the youngest black legislator. Loves God and loves babies and as a true conservative. These are some of the topic before we go to some of the sound. I'm going to invite you to call to get online at eight five five four hundred seven two eight two eight five five four savage. Eight five five four hundred seven two eight two because if you do get through the call screener get onto the board, and we select you you'll be heard by more people than you'll meet for the rest of your life. So let's begin right now on the Savage Nation radio show. With Mr. de Blasio of New York City, showing himself to be no less than Mao Tse Tung and Karl Marx in one human being. My fellow New Yorkers went a landlord tries to push out a tenant by making their home. Unlivable a team of inspectors and law enforcement agents will be on the ground in time to stop. It will use every tool we have we'll find the landlords will penalize landlords by the fines and penalties. Don't cut it. We will seize their buildings, and we will put them in the hands of a community nonprofit that will treat an with the respect they deserve. Outright communism. This is straight out of Cuba. And I'm not alone in saying this state assembly member, Nicole Malia takas who ran against this evil managed twenty seventeen told Fox News. My first reaction is this communist, Cuba. I can say that as a daughter of Cuban refugees who fled Castro's Cuba in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. This is just what happened to our family. She had her own home taking my grandfather had gas station taken by the government. She went on. This is extreme even for mayor de Blasio because we know that he has socialist leanings, but this is a straight communism. And I think it's very scary America loving democracy. Very scary to America loving democracy. Loving people. Mallya Tokyo's said the proposal was also hypocritical of the mayor as she says the city run some of the worst housing in the New York City housing authority. She also expressed some doubt as to how his plan to seize property would fair she said that any attempt to seize property by New York City under the Blasio will face a court challenge. And the mayor himself comes up with these ideas throw stuff out there, and doesn't know how he intends to make it happen. It's all rhetoric, but this is only the latest in a long string of radical communist proposals by the Sandinista loving mayor of New York City, and I don't need to repeat all of these all I can tell you is that moderation has gone in the democrat party. There is no moderation to be found anywhere in the democrat party. And we know that there are vicious slum lords in in many big cities who use thugs the going and beat people up the brake pipes to turn off water and things of that nature. But I don't think the solution is seizing the private property. I think it's jailing the owners if they break the law, don't you? So that's my answer in other. I'm not supporting slum Lord. See here's the no win situation that the vermin on the left would like to put us in. Oh, you're attacking the Blasio that makes you supporter of of slum lords. No, I didn't say that slum lords are horrible. You turn off water. You turn. If electric don't provide garbage service, you let the rats proliferate, let stairwells collapsed you go to jail that's different than seizing the property. And so for the Blasio now to come out as a full on Doctor Zhivago type Soviet is playing for everybody to see I love that movie. Remember movie did get remember it will be a Doctor Zhivago. Well, the book was better. Doctor Zhivago was written by great Russian author Boris Pasternak who lived through the communist or actually more specifically the Bolshevik revolution of nineteen seventeen. And he saw what happened not so much the aristocrats of Russia, but to the lead. Let us say middle class of Russia of which there was a small number their homes were seized peasants from the gutters will put into their homes, and if the owners were not killed or sent to the gulag the owners of these homes were put into the basement to work as launderers. This is what happens with this kind of thinking. And de Blasio knows it because he has a naked Stalinist. We're going to talk about the winds of socialism. The winds of communism that are blowing out of the universities where there is no longer any freedom of speech or freedom of thought where feminist fascists have taken over the university's down to the janitorial services where early girl has to do is accused of sexual harassment, and the boy is brought before some kangaroo court and the universities and has no right to faces accuser. This is right out of communist, China or out of the Soviet Union. And these winds of socialist fascism are blowing from the university through the media into the political system, and we see. Guys, like Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, even Hillary Clinton, not pretending that capitalism is not her. If you can believe any such thing, if seems that all those on the left, whether it's Gavin Newsom here in California are the others as rich as they may be are pretending to love the masters pretending to love the person at the bottom pretending themselves to be the common person. I'd like to today give you a little history about the bloody Bolshevik revolution. That stunned the world the Russian revolution. The bloodiest transfer of power. The world had ever seen. A revolution. The Russian revolution ushered in. Secrecy suppression, state-sponsored persecution across one sixth of the earth's land. But what touched off this fuse and could it happen here while it is happening here. Not could it happen here. It is happening here. And I want to talk today about things you didn't know about the Russian revolution. Why it happened in Russia? The uprising of nineteen seventeen was not the first and how most of the leaders of the Russian revolution were from upper middle class. Or even higher families. They were not from the poor. They were all like today. From families with money. And I think it's very important that we learn from history or we are condemned to repeat history. The first thing you have to know is that the Russian revolution was a result of propaganda. The Bolsheviks who the early Russian revolutionaries knew how to use propaganda, and they used it phenomenally. Well, they popularize the image of the bourgeoisie as enemies of the working man, and they cast their own leaders of the Russian uprising as working class heros. Even though they were not from the working class. Does it sound familiar to you? So propaganda wasn't important role. A part of the success of the Russian revolution. And the images were very clear. Do you wanna socialist government here in the United States? And do you think you'd have more or less freedom? Are you a socialist? What would the United States be like if this was a pure one hundred percent socialist nation, and as I said to you before it seems that one presidency follows another as a reaction to the one that preceded it and what I meant by that one. I've said it several times, and I'll say it again in case you missed that show. That's an important observation, and let's hope to God that doesn't follow the Trump administration. But. Obama was elected as an antidote to the Bush war in Iraq f-, either reduce it to a simple term Bush. Brought us to a war. No one wanted a war that unfortunately has turned out to be at the Zastava on every level the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein has been replaced in ways by far worse people and Saddam Hussein as you will soon. See as the also Dr Who killed many of our troops might wind up running Iraq. So in other words, America hated the Iraq war. They hated Bush's lies about weapons of mass destruction given to us by none other than the liar. John Bolton who is now destroying the world. He's like a cyclops John bolted. Everything's man touches turns to fire and brimstone so Bush gave us the war that nobody wanted the Iraq war based on lies lies, primarily gated by John Bolton about weapons of mass destruction of didn't exist. And who followed Bush who was the antidote to Bush, Barack Obama Obama came along. And he promised peace and Lavin. Oh, I guess. What's the word? They use transparency funniest word on the planet. He was secretive. He created the greatest police state in the US history. Maybe world history Obama. But nevertheless, he presented himself. Very well. He was a super fought fine salesman. A great conman and America fell in love with Barack Obama in the beginning. They believed him, and he was a result of Bush. He offered the opposite..

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"malia takas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"malia takas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Wakeup call. Dr Louvre is making good progress expected to return to the program tomorrow. Police sitting in here this morning Howdy. If you're just now joining us is our number three and the president. According to Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana. On this day. Twenty six of the Mexican standoff. He says the president isn't about to move and capitulate I was with the president yesterday. I I was he gave a speech in New Orleans in my state, and I rode back on his plane with it. He's not budget. I think he understands what most Americans understand that. It's ludicrous to think that you can secure a night Kane hundred mile border without barriers when he's absent one hundred percent right on there's the president budget. He's not gonna budgets tickets to the question, we asked earlier who do you think is going to prevail in this California Democrat, Katie hill, urging both sides to work together. While the way the Honduran caravan is now up to two thousand illegal aliens and started in the hundreds in about a thousand the other day now it's up to two thousand and again, what the president should do is that the Honduran government is allowing this nonsense to continue allowing the caravans to form and and move northward in Guatemala what they do in their own country. It's up to them. But they're now the Guatemalan border got put pressure on them Guatemala, and then Mexico. So the president is making calls to the president's wall three countries. If this caravan makes it in through Mexico and the United States, you are cut off you will receive. Not one cent of American foreign policy aide. You're aware this is causing a problem. So you're you're a party to put to the problem. You gotta stop it. So again, the president's gonna host another bipartisan meeting today, we'll see if the Democrats show up or if they'll play well in the sandbox or not read Bill de Blasio is out there news. Remember last week? We told you this healthcare for all, including illegal aliens. Because Healthcare's, right, according to the red Bill will now he's gone too far. He's pitching a plan to seize private property of what he calls problem landlords. And here's what he said yesterday. The state of the city address, quote when a landlord tries to push out a tenant by making their home unlivable a team of inspectors and law enforcement agents will be on the ground to stop it in time if the fines and penalties don't cut it. We will seize their buildings. We will put them in the hands of the community. Non-profitable treat tenants with the respect they deserve about forty of the most distressed multiple dwelling. Buildings annually are being targeted here state assembly member, Nicole Malia takas who ran against red Bill in two thousand seventeen she said, quote, first reaction was is this communist, Cuba. I can say that as a daughter of Cuban refugees who fled Castro's Cuba in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. This is what happened to my family. My home was taken my grandfather's gas station was taken from him for no good reason. Malia talk has said that the city also run some of the worst housing in an NYC under the New York City housing authority even worse than some of the problem landlords. Yeah. Ours about landlords, you bet and they should be punished and fined and penalized. And and if they're not facing up there, then then you go to court. That's the way you do it by executive order sees somebody's private property. But that's that's what communism communism communist do. And he's now gone full blown communist on us red Bill. And the fact of the matter is that when you look look at it right now. Again, if there are issues, and there are some tenants don't pay the rent, they don't pay the rent and yet again, I understand it's tough to a victim. But that's the deal. And the problem is they look at deportable housing in New York City because that's always been an issue with rent control and everything else there. I mean, I do know of friends of my sons that live and the basically a one room apartment in New York, and they're paying upwards of five thousand dollars a month. That's crazy five thousand dollars a month for one room apartment with a loft. It is it is crazy. And then we have a new poll out a majority of voters allegedly support sandy all Cossio Cortez's seventy percent marginal tax rates. Apparently, the again, this is spiff thirty nine percent of registered voters support the idea that according to the hilt Harris survey which was conducted about three or four days ago. Again. This is fine. This is what? Now, these marxists. Do they they knew this class envy? So somebody who's made a ten million dollars. Hey that money is is we need to take their money. Not fan. We need to give it to you. It's not fair. And so I think in schools and everything they had to do the same thing. The, you know, the the kid has, you know, the the ten dollar Bill for lunch money make him give up his give him a dollar and spread the other nine around the classroom. It just doesn't exercise in socialism, so kids, and parents know, exactly what they're facing when they go to college, and we go to live in these blueberries or grades for that. If there is a young man or young woman who is you know, again, they're really hard study. They do their homework that pay attention to class they show up all their assignments. And turned it on time. And let's say get an a plus on a final. Why think that a plus should be taken from them giving them a C? I give him a c and then distribute the other grades to the other kids in the class who don't study is hard or maybe can't study is hard because that's not fair. Really? I mean there for one person to do all the work and get all the benefit from it. That's not fair in our capitalist free market world. That's a great educational illustrate would be a great. But you won't find many teachers willing to do it because they know the would out them as frauds that they are with this kind of ideology, which is failed everywhere else. It's been driving. And so why do you think you're going to be able to improve on it here in the United States? Why do you think socialism, which has failed even at Tchaikovsky has got rid of their there are western economy now Russia has embraced free markets in western economy? Venezuela. A once thriving capitalist free market country. Now is so bad that they're eating zoo animals, and so on and so forth down there. It's just amazing to me seven fourteen time WBZ's, traffic and weather first with the update, here's the king of all traffic lug nut Janis. What's.

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"malia takas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"malia takas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It will use every tool we have we'll find the landlords will penalize landlords by the fines and penalties. Don't cut it. We will see their buildings, and we will put them in the hands of a community non. Nonprofit that will treat an ends with the respect they deserve. This outright communism. This is straight out of Cuba. And I'm not alone in saying this state assembly member, Nicole Malia takas who ran against this evil man and twenty seventeen told Fox News. My first reaction is this communist, Cuba. I can say that as a daughter of Cuban refugees who fled Castro's Cuba in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. This is just what happened to our family. She had her own home taking my grandfather had his gas station taken by the government. She went on. This is extreme even for mayor de Blasio because we know that he has socialist leanings, but this is a straight communism. And I think it's very scary America loving democracy. Very scary to America loving democracy. Loving people value Tokyo's said the proposal was also hypocritical. Of the mayor as she says the city run some of the worst housing in the New York City housing authority. She also expressed some doubt as to how his plan to seize property would fare. She said that any attempt to seize property by New York City under the Blasio will face a court challenge. And the mayor himself comes up with these ideas throw stuff out there, and doesn't know how he intends to make it happen. It's all rhetoric, but this is only the latest in a long string of radical communist proposals by the Sandinista loving mayor of New York City, and I don't need to repeat all of these all I can tell you is that moderation has gone in the democrat party. There is no moderation to be found anywhere in the democrat party. Here are some of the headlines on the Savage Nation. Eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two eight two by the way, the numbers are in philosophy week. And if I don't tell you who will if I'm the only one to tell you, that's because no one else will tell you. But after only five episodes of the savage podcast. It is the number one podcast being produced in association with.

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