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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Crude as an economist. Is we have a certain value though. He put on each life because each account for about five billion dollars. Okay so if you can if you give these vaccines get everything back to normal. Are you making more than that timeline. Law certainly not the way like we're trained to like try and think about these things and there you go right there. You have the fda official saying that. The profit motive that the motive of the margin between the two of the cost benefit analysis. That each person who dies from the vaccine so be it and this really does beg the question. The as you see this all in the talent tally of this. Which is we know the media's now ignoring it. We know that they're going to protect the regime at all costs. We need to have even more whistleblowers start to come out and talk about how this takeover of the entire american way of life is severely and significantly not just flawed but it's also not corrupt with raw. I'll think of the right word. But from the outset here you have an fda official alongside the hhs whistleblower the hhs whistle blower that we played earlier in the week. But i want to just remind you of this. We're going to go back and play some of this tape you put these together. Where cut twenty two. Dr maria gonzalez says now a patient is probably come with myocarditis. Due to the co vaccine play cut twenty two and.

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:39 min | 8 months ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Here we go charlie. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe charlie kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know. We are lucky to have charlie. Charlie kirks running the white house. I wanna thank joe easily. Incredible guy his spirit his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building. One of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning usa. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody welcome to this. Very important and special episode of the charlie kirk show with us is a good friend of mine. Who continues to outdo himself. Project veritas. james. O'keefe james welcome back to the charlie kirk show and you. You've someone very special with you today. As right joey. Federal employees was law services as we saw yesterday mona. It's a homeless watch the controversial history and it shows people in their own words. Jody came to us as a insider and proceeded to record conversations with your colleagues the let you say what you suppose. Well this is. These types of stories have been going on for a long time and i think people have gotten complacent about it and just think that it's just what is the world we live in today if you will and i reached out to project baron ties back in july and wanted to tell them everything i know but i didn't really have a clear example. It was just like all the but then after this happened to my co worker and she refused mactan treatment that she had wanted two weeks after taking the back seen as when i started recording so i wanna talk about that but i just want to remind our listeners because they might not have listened to our sister episode encourage them to. I did a whole hour on really what was revealed and so for me personally. Some of the most dramatic footage that you were able to capture was dr maria gonzalez. Who's an er doctor from the us department of health and human services says all of this is be us now. A patient probably has mara kyd is due to the vaccine but now the government are not gonna want to are not going to blame the vaccine. Can you help build that out about how you seeing people with adverse events to the vaccine and no one actually wanted to blame the vaccine her and there is also footage in there when the nurse who say they're just trying to joe. That's deanna paris. Yeah so when. I came in for a ship that night. She had that patient. She gave me record on that patient. So are we just there when all the lab value started resulting And then i'm sure that information dr mcgee who was saying. Oh well he had called last year and he's double vaccinated so this is weird. I wonder what's going on. He's saying so that that point in time gonzales got up and said what she had said. You know that this accident is bowl to 'em in that conversation soon. So i want to ask you another question. Which is the one of the other telling. Kind of parts of the video is where someone at a desk seems to be someone who's kind of in charge of paperwork for the hospital at least that's how i viewed it said that look filling out various takes thirty minutes and we're not even doing that. Can you talk about that. About how cumbersome viruses the vaccine adverse event reporting system and how we are likely vastly underreporting these adverse events absolutely under-reporting. In two twenty ten came out with this study that showed only one to ten percent. Vanhoose reactions reported. Well i'll tell you now that it's probably less than one percent With the mass will allow the vaccine. First of all you have to critically think and associated to and you have so many people that feel like this vaccine is.

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Charlie Chats with HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley and James O'Keefe of Project Veritas

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 8 months ago

Charlie Chats with HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley and James O'Keefe of Project Veritas

"Us is a good friend of mine. Who continues to outdo himself. Project veritas. james. O'keefe james welcome back to the charlie kirk show and you. You've someone very special with you today. As right joey. Federal employees was law services as we saw yesterday mona. It's a homeless watch the controversial history and it shows people in their own words. Jody came to us as a insider and proceeded to record conversations with your colleagues the let you say what you suppose. Well this is. These types of stories have been going on for a long time and i think people have gotten complacent about it and just think that it's just what is the world we live in today if you will and i reached out to project baron ties back in july and wanted to tell them everything i know but i didn't really have a clear example. It was just like all the but then after this happened to my co worker and she refused mactan treatment that she had wanted two weeks after taking the back seen as when i started recording so i wanna talk about that but i just want to remind our listeners because they might not have listened to our sister episode encourage them to. I did a whole hour on really what was revealed and so for me personally. Some of the most dramatic footage that you were able to capture was dr maria gonzalez. Who's an er doctor from the us department of health and human services says all of this is be us now. A patient probably has mara kyd is due to the vaccine but now the government are not gonna want to are not going to blame the

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"In one of the conversations a private conversation that jodi had a nurse she was talking with dr maria gonzalez. Who's in who's an er doctor. An emergency room doctor for the us department of health and human services. This doctor was ranting and this doctor was confiding. jody o'malley as jody o'malley was wearing an undercover camera. She says now probably. This patient has myocarditis due to the vaccine but the government is not going to blame the vaccine. The government are not reporting adverse vaccine side effects. They want to shove it under that. Let me read this again. The government is not reporting the adverse co vaccine side effects. They want to shove it. Under the matt this right here is an unfiltered uncensored. Private meet private kind of of dr sharing her true feelings of what's happening in emergency rooms in health and human services play cut twenty two alexei right. But now they're not gonna blame the vaccine bell and you know what but he has an obligation to report that doesn't he. They are now reported because they want to show the under that that they're not reporting. They're just gonna shove it under the mat. Now we've talked for a while and we've gone into detail how the various database vaccine adverse adverse event reporting system is likely low according to this doctor. Who says the government's not gonna blame the vaccine. They're not reporting the adverse cova vaccine side effects. They just want to shove under the map. We're one of the registered. Nurses confidentially says. I think the government wants people to die.

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The Government Wants to Sweep COVID Vaccine Side Effects Under the Rug

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 8 months ago

The Government Wants to Sweep COVID Vaccine Side Effects Under the Rug

"In one of the conversations a private conversation that jodi had a nurse she was talking with dr maria gonzalez. Who's in who's an er doctor. An emergency room doctor for the us department of health and human services. This doctor was ranting and this doctor was confiding. jody o'malley as jody o'malley was wearing an undercover camera. She says now probably. This patient has myocarditis due to the vaccine but the government is not going to blame the vaccine. The government are not reporting adverse vaccine side effects. They want to shove it under that. Let me read this again. The government is not reporting the adverse co vaccine side effects. They want to shove it. Under the matt this right here is an unfiltered uncensored. Private meet private kind of of dr sharing her true feelings of what's happening in emergency rooms in health and human services play cut twenty two alexei right. But now they're not gonna blame the vaccine bell and you know what but he has an obligation to report that doesn't he. They are now reported because they want to show the under that that they're not reporting. They're just gonna shove it under the mat. Now we've talked for a while and we've gone into detail how the various database vaccine adverse adverse event reporting system is likely low according to this doctor. Who says the government's not gonna blame the vaccine. They're not reporting the adverse cova vaccine side effects. They just want to shove under the map. We're one of the registered. Nurses confidentially says. I think the government wants people to die.

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 8 months ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"There's a courageous person that stepped up within the health and human services department of the federal government and she is blowing the whistle on the medical industrial complex. Person is very courageous. They will come after her very aggressively after what she has revealed here. Let's start with her. Her name is jody. O'malley she is the exposure of all of this now. Of course the new york times. The major institutional media is uninterested in covering the story there more interest. What's on the cover of the new york times today. Something about whips on the southern border or something they have. Pfizer says shot safely benefits. Children five to eleven. That's the front page of the new york times today or how about grim new reality for afghan women and girls really. That's the front page of the new york times today. let's go twenty-three. Jody o'malley she says. I'm not afraid of blowing the whistle because my faith lies in god not man. This woman is now opening up and revealing the entrenched corruption deceit and criminality within our own government. Cut twenty three. Wh why are you choosing to blow the whistle. It's not what a lot of people would do. They're scared they're afraid. Are you afraid that wouldn't necessarily say of frayed. Because my faith lies in god not man. This is evil at the highest level. You have the fda you have the cdc. That are both supposed to be protecting us. Are you afraid. They're gonna retaliate against you. Yeah i'm a federal employee. What other federal employees you see coming out but you put your faith in god ammon they will retaliate against her and she has courage everybody and she should be supported. And you can do that. By checking. Out project veritas. Because we do not have enough courageous people at our contract people than email me charlie. I'm really afraid of losing my job because of speaking out. Not only she could lose her job. They might come after her with criminal intent. I mean they might come after her with everything they got because of what she

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KGO 810

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Like the left. Lane is blocked in that area. So that's probably a good idea to try to miss that. Southfield Freeway south by the Crime River. That earlier accident has been cleared out of the way as well. The forecast for today thunderstorms likely a few storms severe and high of 81 Tonight. Scattered thunderstorms this evening more widespread overnight alot of 70 Saturday a mix of clouds and sun, a stray shower possible cooler and a high of 78 69 degrees. Cloudy skies around metro Detroit from townhall dot com Newsroom two men and a 14 year old girl are in custody of Detroit police after allegedly shooting at them. Early Thursday morning and happen during a traffic stop on telegraph near McNichols. But no one was hit and talk about 90 minutes for the vehicle to be found, and it rolled over a short after a short chase and trapped two people inside. Police are still stumped on the July 4th murder of Francisco on Maria Gonzalez killed in the car with her three Children being hurt. The FBI is now offering a reward of $10,000 for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. A family was driving a southwest Detroit when the parents were killed. Ah Gold fund me has been launched for the kids and as over $39,000 with $250,000 their goal we have day traffic and weather four times an hour. I'm Scott Bradley on the Patriot FM, 101.5 and am 1400. Balance of nature changing the world. One life at a time. I'm going to be 80 years old. Pretty soon, pretty healthy. I box three days a week. I just said I got to do something because I don't want to run out of energy and turn it into a wimpy old man. And so I completed my first bottles of your product. And the astounding thing is I have a.

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KCRW

"We all knew better young knew the consequences of door which I did does to get I don't know about it all the better for George I also spoke to a young man named shift as a cook listen to him is how are people reacting you know the same way lately we've been done wrong for so long so me I'm just ran an open everybody make home safe people told me that these protests have become about more than George Floyd that they're about this long history of police brutality that said people do still want the four officers involved in Floyd's death to be arrested and charged charged with murder is that likely to happen I mean there are these investigations do we know anything about where they're focused so even though the local and federal prosecutors have announced a press conference yesterday a lot of people had expected or hoped that they would come out and announce arrests and charges that did not happen instead they said they need time to do a very thorough investigation they did not give a timeline for that investigation that frustrate a lot of people made driven more people into the streets last night I mean there's obviously so much pain there was so much frustration and chaos I mean I I I have to thank the officials are are not expecting this to stop right are they preparing for for more more protests into the weekend it seems like there will be protests at for the for the at least the next couple of days people say they don't plan on I'm staying inside until these officers arrested and here's Adrian Florido in Minneapolis covering the story thank you thank you Richard well let's hear the voice of the man whose killing by police sparked these three nights of unrest in Minneapolis many of course I've seen the videos circulating of George Floyd's death but there is also been video circulating of another time when Floyd spoke straight into a camera in a reflective moment having just learned of a friend who had lost her son our young generation is clearly laws may only know to save a little bit like yours is just go around just busting goes in crowds he again kilo a man may what this will be you would go if you want W. going down Floyd's death cuts deep for Christopher Harris they were lifelong friends since middle school in Houston it clear up yeah it is it will be it's not immediately lit up a room just because it was his smile both moved to Minneapolis in later years this week Harris has been remembering Floyd as a gentle giant as an athlete has talked of Floyd the night before his death Floyd had been laid off because of the pandemic they talked about finding another job we were up here making a difference at all not at all the W. paid child would be that it makes it a lot take the weight war with no remorse whatsoever why has anyone been charged he before covert nineteen Floyd worked as a restaurant security guard loose Maria Gonzalez would eat at the restaurant conga Latin bistro on Fridays and they became friends he would just keep us safe there you know at the end of the night he'd say Hey lose I want to wait till you get into your cabin all this is just my heart is so heavy right now now she has nightmares in which she sees Floyd unable to brief she is from a part of Minneapolis that has been swept by protests but you know what it has to happen I'm Porter Rican native Americans and my son is half black every time he leaves the house you know he could be killed just like George this can't happen anymore we are sick of this.

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They get we all knew better young knew the consequences of door which I did does she get I don't know about them they don't go bad for George no I also spoke to a young man named shift as a cook listen to him is how are people reacting you know what we've been done wrong for so long so me I'm just ran an open anybody make home safe people told me that these protests have become about more than George Floyd that they're about this long history of police brutality that said people do still want the four officers involved in Floyd's death to be arrested and charged charged with murder it's not likely to happen I mean there are these investigations do you know anything about where they're focused so even though you know local and federal prosecutors have announced a press conference yesterday a lot of people had expected or hoped that they would come out and announce arrests and charges that did not happen instead they said they need time to do a very thorough investigation they did not give a timeline for that investigation that frustrates a lot of people may have driven more people into the streets last night I mean there's obviously so much pain there was so much frustration and chaos I mean I I I have to thank the officials are are not expecting this to stop right are they preparing for for months more protests into the weekend it seems like there will be protests at for the for the at least the next couple of days people say they don't plan on I'm staying inside until these officers arrested and here's Adrian Florido in Minneapolis covering the story thank you thank you Richard well let's hear the voice of the man whose killing by police sparked these three nights of unrest in Minneapolis many of course I've seen the videos circulating of George Floyd's death but there is also been video circulating of another time when Floyd spoke straight into a camera in a reflective moment having just learned of a friend who had lost her son our young generation is clearly laws may only notice a noble man like yours is just go around just busting governors in crowds he again he'll a man come over may what is normally you would go if you want W. going down Floyd's death cuts deep for Christopher Harris they were lifelong friends since middle school in Houston if the error still you see it will be it's not immediately lit up a room just because it was his smile both moved to Minneapolis in later years this week Harris has been remembering flight as a gentle giant as an athlete has talked of Floyd the night before his death Floyd had been laid off because of the pandemic they talked about finding another job we were up here making a difference at all not at all it would be that it makes it a lot the wait will with no remorse whatsoever why has anyone been charged he before covert nineteen Floyd worked as a restaurant security guard loose Maria Gonzalez would eat at the restaurant conga Latin bistro on Fridays and they became friends he would just keep us safe there you know at the end of the night say Hey lose I'm gonna wait till you get into your cabin all this is just my heart is so heavy right now now she has nightmares in which she sees Floyd unable to brief she's from a part of Minneapolis that has been swept by protests but you know what it has to happen I'm Porter Rican native Americans and my son is half black every time he leaves the house you know he could be killed just like George this can happen anymore we're sick of this he is the judge overseeing former national security adviser Michael Flynn's case the justice department's move to drop Flynn's case has put this judge Emmet Sullivan right in the.

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Food anything related to the cove it outbreak Michigan law allows the state to suspend those restrictions when necessary for such a health safety or welfare to the public Maria Gonzalez says my employer said they're cleaning the terminals more often keeping the cleaning staff longer to deep clean laundry rooms and showers let's see I've had shippers give me a form to sign that I'm not experiencing any flu like symptoms I have not traveled outside the U. S. I have been in contact with anyone exhibiting flu like symptoms but my company also said don't be surprised if access to buildings a stop which we've been hearing that and bills left on board so rather than being exchanged hand to hand between people one more here quick like the South Carolina trucking association has informed their members their annual trucking skills competition which was scheduled for April twenty fourth and twenty fifth is being postponed efforts are underway to maybe try to get that scheduled for some time maybe in July everything's kind of a wait and see right now one more comment from drivers Jose said two nights ago checking in at this Green Bay packing plant in Arkansas yes security guard asked me if I had a cold cough runny nose fever Sniffles and I was made to fill out a form yeah she informed me that if I had said yes to any of these questions I would have been asked to leave empty and would have been banned from any G. B. P. facility for two weeks she instructed me once I was at the loading dock stay in my truck that once loaded they'll turn the dock light from red to green and they'll put the freight bills on the floor in the back of the trailer in other words the loaders don't want any contact whatsoever with any drunk drivers so some of the changes out there all right will get a quick time out here will return after.

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Their homes d'italia how Maria Gonzalez has been helping out at the Marin county fairgrounds in says many of the volunteers are helping to keep nerves calm including a group that's giving free massages to evacuate most of these folks have never been able to afford a massage and so what could traditionally beeping of the luxury is really something that they are getting too indulgent she says more volunteers are needed especially those like herself who are fluent in Spanish with hundreds of thousands currently under evacuation orders in cinema county the Dells L. families among those hoping they don't lose their home a second time Katie bell's also she and her husband had to rebuild after the devastating tubs fire in twenty seventeen we woke up to fire at two o'clock in the morning almost at our doorstep since I got the order to leave their home Friday dell's else's they've been sleeping in shifts and been glued to their emergency radio she says no matter what happens they know they'll be able to rebuild having gone through the process once before it's five oh five now well three people were killed in northern California when an Amtrak train struck a car the California highway patrol says the the collision happened around one this morning this was in Richmond east of San Francisco siege pieces nobody on the train was heard an initial investigation shows both the trains controls and all the rubber track signals appear to be working properly well Sacramento is a lot more prone to cars hitting pedestrians then neighboring cities last week Sacramento police found a pedestrian lying on the ground after hit and run on fruit ridge road a day after a twelve year old girl was hit on a bike not too far from there and earlier this month a man was killed and another hit on a hit and run at twenty third an axe in midtown the twin Eldorado plaster Sacramento in yellow counties foreign five fatal crashes occurred in Sacramento county urban areas like Sacramento across the US have experienced a sixty nine percent increase in pedestrian fatalities in the last decade experts.

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"At Indonesians final report on the deadly lion air Max crash blasts Boeing the FAA and the airline itself the report obtained by The Seattle Times says Boeing should have had a fail safe design for its new M. cast flight control system which is been linked to both the lion air and the Ethiopian air airline plane crashes the seven thirty seven Max's been grounded ever since you know I've been very clear we're not happy Southwest Airlines CEO Gerry Kelly what our future in the hands of Boeing and the Max they were grounded he tells C. C. N. B. C. the grounding of the Boeing seven thirty seven Max has cost the airline four hundred thirty five million dollars in operating income since March he's asking Boeing for compensation in California cinema county two thousand people have been evacuated now ahead of a wind if you will to wildfire hellfire battalion chief Amy had worked almost just chasing it and trying to get ahead of it that's the biggest challenge is being able to actually do some fire fighting without it jumping over our line so we really need the winds to cooperate a huge portion of California is under fire alert the warnings cover twenty five million of the state's forty million people South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham today introduced a resolution condemning the house for what he calls an illegitimate impeachment inquiry there's a right way to do it and a wrong way to do it and this is a dangerous way to do it however what the house is doing now is consistent with what has been done before according to political analyst Leonard Stein horn there a debate over probation in Seattle it keeps people in the criminal justice system longer than needed that's why councilmember Shamus I want wants to cut one and a half million dollars from the existing Seattle municipal court probation program but probation workers there say their focus is on helping people not sending them back to jail a cut to probation will serve only to keep people in jail longer council member Maria Gonzalez doesn't want to abolish probation but she's against the mayor's plan to expand it with an enhanced pilot program for prolific offenders provision as a tool for compliance is and will continue to cause harm I just say without these probation programs more people will end up in jail that's kind of a radio stanice got time for cover radio real.

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Workforce partnership will host a breakfast event today to introduce the first students in a program that funds classes and job skills that are in demand under the program students pay back the money for the classes once they're employed a San Diego businessman has filed a lawsuit against his former business partner who he says conspired to have him assassinated in the midst of an ongoing and costly civil lawsuit two women are also named in the suit for allegedly taking part in the murder conspiracy authorities are asking the public to look out for an eighty eight year old al timers patient who went missing yesterday afternoon in the nest or area Maria Gonzalez Ortega is a five foot one inch Latino with brown hair and gray eyes in sports the Padres lost to the Tampa Bay rays seventy five last night it's cloudy and sixty five degrees AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news this is American morning from Westwood One news I'm John throughout coming up this half hour house Democrats make a big push on background checks one hundred Americans are dying every day from gun violence sanctions delayed markets up corresponded with me wild has more on the ceasefire in the trade war then Jim Bohannon talks to personal finance expert Terry savage on steps to take when the bull market ends the state of California is again suing the trump administration over the environment or failures and dereliction of duty under the clean air act I'm Jim roof and also archer Ramsey BNFL five JZ who has quite the team these days we're back after these messages now the human resources director Fernando Pino has Kronos for HR payroll talent in time he's completely crashing at he even has his own hype so supporting our.

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Higher. Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen appeared before a house panel today for the first time since Democrats have taken control the house. Homeland security committee chairman says oversight of the Trump administration's border policies is long overdue this morning Nielsen reiterated the president's claim at the US is facing a security and humanitarian crisis at the border that the president had no choice, but to declare an emergency he hoped congress would act that it didn't have to come to issuing emergency declaration. If congress had met his request to find the resources that C VP has requested in February border agents, say more than seventy six thousand people were either caught crossing illegally or not allowed in that's higher than any February in the last twelve years London. Police are investigating the explosive devices that turned up yesterday at three transport hubs in London CBS news. Vicki Barker reports counter terror officials say. They're keeping an open mind about the mail bombs, but at least to have Irish pulse marks leading some observers to blame Brexit, and here's why after Brexit, data smart, the Irish Republic Lorraine in Northern Ireland will be out of the EU now an open border between the two was crucial to Northern Ireland's mainly Catholic Republicans laying down their arms, helping to end decades of sectarian violence. Tensions have risen as Brexit has neared yesterday's mailbox came after two bomb blasts in Northern Ireland in recent months. Vicki Barker, CBS news, London. A man accused of fatally shooting a stepmother in their home in Chula vista appears in court today. Raymond is scheduled for fifty five year old. No, berto Sanchez. Police say last weekend. He shot Maria Gonzalez several times she later died from her injuries Sanchez apparently called family member and confessed to the crime. He's being held without bail. Apple vice president Cristina rasp and San Diego mayor Kevin Faulkner today announced plans for the company to add. Twelve hundred jobs in San Diego. That's more than previously announced for its planned, San Diego campus. News eight Steve price has more many of those will be high paying jobs across a number a specialty engineering fields, including both hardware and software technologies. As for exactly where apple will be located. They say they're still looking for a location to build a campus. That's gonna feature office lab and research space. Now, apple CEO, Tim cook.

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Thirty seven in Fort Worth. Well, Southwest Airlines extended an operational emergency to its hub here in Dallas, the emergency was issued with varying mechanical issues on a high number of Boeing seven. Thirty seven aircraft straight. She is the director of the aircraft mechanics fraternal association and says the emergency threatens employees be fired if they miss work without a doctor's note never heard of a state of operational emergency throughout throw Davie in aviation industry. So this is something they they made up the union claims tensions have risen between the airline and mechanics an engine failure caused a fatality during a flight last year hundreds of flights have been canceled nationwide again today. So if you're flying southwest, your best bet, call your colleague airline ahead of time. That was police are investigating a couple of unrelated late night shootings. The first happened in south Dallas, not far from the VA hospital. Where man tells police he shot an intruder and his home than not much later. A man was shot in an unrelated incident at an unknown location, but drove away in crashed his car near the intersection of riverfront and Corinth. Just south of downtown WFAN TV reports that man was shot in the arm and chest, no word on the condition of either person in Dallas. Scott said way KLIF news, the children have a grand prairie couple reported missing. Earlier this month reunited with family members after being placed in foster care for close to ten days. The body of the children's father Alphonso Hernandez was pulled from white rock lake Sunday. The decision was made that day essentially, the agency felt that the children could be with their family and that it was important for them to do though. Because Maria Gonzalez with family protective services says the security threat that was keeping the children in foster care is no longer a concern. The mother Welton Garcia is still missing Clayton Neville KLIF. News Fort Worth mayor Betsy price gave her eighth state of the city address to highlight important milestones in progress in the fifteenth largest city in the country. She said Fort Worth is on track to be the first big city in Texas to solve a pension solution. Locally city to remain competitive.

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Police that one toddler and an adult men are now dead after a car crash into a light pole. Slicing it in half. Ever police say a vehicle was traveling on one hundred twelfth street southeast just near BBC you before it lost control four people total were involved in that single car. Crash to adult men were found in the road. One was dead on the scene. Police are not sure if either one of those two was the driver a female passenger in the front seat was also found injured the baby girl was taken out of the car and given CPR but later died at the hospital, and we'll bring you more details on this. As we get them. Clapham county sheriff's deputies made their second arrest regarding a triple homicide last month chief criminal deputy, Brian king says Kelly and Wade was arrested Saturday night, and she is believed to be the second shooter in the deaths of Daryl Iverson, his son, Jordan and Jordan's girlfriend. Tiffany may Dennis Bauer was also arrested last week for his connection. There's all indication by the investigation that there was certainly a drug access listened sales. The Iverson's Bauer Kelly. King says this is an ongoing investigation, which includes a continued search of Bowers home, Washington governor Jay Inslee has declared a public health emergency. And the number of confirmed. Measles cases is now thirty two and nine more are suspected to be really Frank about this. There's probably more cases that have been exposed that we don't know about. So that's really just a good ballpark to let us know. How many cases we can at least expect state epidemiologist? Dr Scott Linquist says the public health emergency declaration will allow Washington get help from other states. Most of the cases are among unvaccinated children in southwest Washington. A fifty year old man caught the disease down in Clark county. And then brought it up to King County when he was infectious a semi truck crashed and caught on fire on I ninety yesterday near Moses Lake and that caused backups for miles come I lost control struck the concrete jersey barrier in the median and then part of the cab separated from. The trailer the trailer sled and then caught on fire state patrol trooper John Bryan says no one was injured in that accident. A man who murdered his wife near Yakima in two thousand seventeen will now serve twenty seven years in prison. The herald Republic reports judge handed Jamie Alejandra the sentence on Friday and the death of Maria Gonzalez Custodio he was convicted last month for killing her in there, Grainger home and after killing her with a blow to the head Alejandra dragged her out of that window before dismembering and burning her remains..

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Politics podcast is there to keep you informed. Every time there's a major political story. We get our best correspondence together to sort through the noise. The NPR politics podcast. What you need to know. Right. After it happened. This is on point. I'm begging to Trucco bardy were talking about the Los Angeles teachers strike going on right now. And what it means? Or what tells us about the challenges we have in funding public education in the United States? And by the way, we should note. Ninety eight percent of unionized Los Angeles teachers voted to go on strike, so near unanimous agreement that this was the collective action. They wanted to take right now and on Monday kindergarten teacher and twenty one year. Veteran of the Elliott school district Maria Gonzalez told NPR why she's on the picket line. We have to care. We have to acknowledge that these are children of color. These are children that play receive free. Reduced lunch. The nurse and the psychologists are oftentimes the only healthcare professionals. They're in contact with that's kindergarten teacher Maria Gonzalez at a press conference also on Monday, Los Angeles. Mayor Eric Garcetti urged the two sides the union and the district to reach an agreement. I've been working around the clock. Not just days but weeks on the issues that are at the heart of these negotiations. This is the time to make an agreement. There is not much that separates the two sides. And there has been movement towards what the teachers have demanded and what the district can afford. That's LA mayor Eric Garcetti Martinez. Your elementary vice president for United teachers of Los Angeles the union here. That's that's that's on strike right now. I hear mayor Garcetti saying there's not much that separates the two sides. But in the course of this conversation, it seems like there is quite a bit. I mean, what would it take to? What do you think it would take to advance negotiations right now? Well, I think what we want is to have a partner that really is willing to be honest. You know, we we haven't been able to get the the folks from the district sending across a table to admit to you know, information on their own financial statements. We haven't been able to make movement other than a proposal that would give us a one year relief. Nick mentioned the approximate thirteen hundred additional positions are only for one year so negotiations that last twenty months should fruit a con a contract that is longer than one year it should fruit a fix that is longer than one year. And it really is going to require the district to to admit, you know, that they that. They are they keep saying I keep hearing this rhetoric from three folks, you know, Nick being one of them wanna go Garcia and Austin Butin her. Saying that the money isn't there? But I when I sit at the table, no one no one else is willing to to say that to us or you know, defend their demonstrate their the methodologies of how they came up with their figures. So what we want is a real investment for long-term saving public education in LA. And that's going to take a listening to our demands and coming forth with something that lasts longer than here. We'll Nick Melvoin return back to you vice president of the Los Angeles unified school district board of education here. So Gloria has said repeatedly the course of this conversation that teachers are asking for a commitment to to it investment deeper investment in LA schools now, and I've also heard, you know, we've had we've talked about how the majority of the funding for Los Angeles schools comes from state government in California from from Sacramento, and there's pressure to be applied there. But I'm also what I want to ask you specifically about are there. Other sources of revenue to support Elliot's schools that the district either. Is unwilling to look at or hasn't given serious consideration. And in. Here's why ask because what back in nineteen seventy eight the state of California passed proposition, thirteen right, which essentially capped property taxes here, but you know, cities and towns can pass local exemption sat or it increases in what's called the parcel tax in California. And I'm seeing here that there was a suggestion in two thousand eighteen in L A to put a an increase in the parcel tax on the ballot in June..

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"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"maria gonzalez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Greeting parents and students as they arrive. She and other teachers are outside braving, heavy rain because of failed negotiations between their union United teachers, Los Angeles and the city's public school district which enrolls about half a million students. As they start. Just a handful of students head inside the school building stopped by ministers volunteers, a newly hired substitutes outside some of the unions more than thirty thousand members chanting and singing. On salary the district in the union are actually pretty close. The main reason teachers are striking today. They want smaller classes, and nurses in schools five days a week among other things the district says it just doesn't have the money to pay for all that the last offer from the district which update spending by about twenty five million dollars. Didn't satisfy the union LA unified superintendent Austin beaten are called parents on Sunday night with this message. Not wanna strike we try to avoid it. We'll continue to work around the clock. But there aren't any negotiations scheduled for today. The union says it's focused on the strike. Parents we've spoken to over the last few days have mixed reactions and some parents are to keep their kids home for other parents bringing their kids to school is the better option and for working families. It may be the only option some teachers say they understand my name is Maria Gonzalez I teach kindergarten..

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