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07:46 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Mark Alewine. News ninety five five AM seven fifty WSB. Depend on it is not in its of itself. A bad idea. I don't think Democrats opposed to any physical barriers is just the president constantly evolves. His description of the wall, I think physical barriers are part of the solution. If we have a partial wall, if we have fencing if we have technology used to keep our borders safe all of that is fine. But I'm not against the wall. You know, there's places where it's needed. Oh, those voices had one thing in common. They're all Democrats. And now we understand to Nancy Pelosi has gone back on an says, there'll be no more money now money for the wall before the shutdown no money after the shutdown that type of obstinate will alienate more Americans, of course, the fervent Democrats. The Kamala Kamala Harris, he's not going to worry about that. They're going to build on that you look so ridiculous by saying that a dollar for the barrier that we're gonna hit teas we're gonna hit the insurgents and knocked the drugs down with drones fantastic. So those types of things make me want to be part of the seventy two percent who say there's this deal is not going to get done. This is Nancy Pelosi said Eric's, just pull this this isn't it will Nancy Pelosi said moments ago, they're having a negotiation over there. Now, there's not gonna be any more money in in the legislation. However, if they have some suggestions about certain localities. Where? Technology some infrastructures. I said about the ports of entry. We might need more ports of entry some roads. That's that's part of the negotiation. I mean what a clown. I mean, you're going to get any clear thinking person. No, she's she's overstepped your bounds. I don't know who she's trying to impress. But you don't negotiate with someone by changing anything, by the way. She said. Yeah. The why haven't negotiations she needs. She actually didn't commit to a dollar there to see if there is some infrastructure if we using Vietnam era apparatus old ramps as walls with the richest country in the world. And we can't get a wall that looks a tenth of good as anything Israel builds in about nine months. Mark Levin on K S E V seven hundred a Mark. Mark, what's on your mind? Well, there were five officers shot in the Houston area last week. Yup. Black are higher. When was what was yours? What was what they were using in in that the rate it comes across Mexico. I've got kids here we need some adults in the room. Democrats aren't adults anymore. Children. I'm tired of it. I'm sick and tired of it. It's it's ridiculous. I mean, it's unbelievable Mark in that. We know there's a problem we've been covering the caravans the look of the drugs if you go to the area, these farmers and ranchers are now saying take my land to put a barrier up. We can't control it. It's been a problem forever now their families. Now, they're coming in groups of one hundred so all our social programs in apparatus our schools are being overrun the classrooms are being forced to be double in size, the teachers dealing with kids that don't even speak English yet. They gotta know math. Everybody suffering from so many angles, and they don't even see enough to compromise. Well, here's the thing. Texas that was the estimate of illegal voted, okay? Okay of a legal migrants. Voting bicker hands around that curry incomplete democrat never went democrat before. Soros spot. The election of Kim on with a million dollars. Get your head around that one. Why are these things being allowed to happen without my as a constituent here in Texas? It's above and beyond. What the people will? Is there going beyond? The people's will enough is enough. Mark, I agree with you. And in fact, if the president had to back off five point seven and get four point five, that's what I call negotiations. But now when they say none I mean their daring him to declare a state of emergency their daring him because I fear, you know, when you shut down the government, it hurts the people that can afford it. The least. So I hate that. And the lawmakers still get paid. So I hear your frustration. Mark. I'm feeling it. More and more Phil who the on the FOX News Radio app. Hey, phil. Hey, brian. I'm calling you from Midland, Texas. My first point real quick is I work at a business that accepts food stamps. I did so many people coming into my place with food stamps, it cannot speak English one word in Chris Wallace. I never listened to him because he he is such a maybe Pam in my opinion, we have a crisis at the border. We're spending billions of dollars billions of dollars. As you stated. Our hospitals schools. We're having to build facilities to hold. These people will have to hire more judges build the wall. It's it's it's a crisis of unbelievable. Power against our country. You got twenty thousand more coming. It's just like where they used to say, Brian well weapons of mass destruction. My brother was in Iraqi he said there were warranted. It takes one word to kill thousand people. That's a weapons of mass destruction, and we have structured in our southern border that is crippling this country. We're spending so much money. Chris Wallace makes me one a pew. I really am sorry to say that. But he does it is a crisis in the president should declared a national emergency. He should have done it already base, Brian. Well, thanks, Chris. Chris was just saying that we've had this issue for a while. But I understand it. He I thought he was very fair assessment. But thanks to great callers L D as you. Do we go on Facebook live, right? And every day we have your comments coming in. I just want to remind you that if you want to catch up to us in Atlanta will be at the landmark diner in Buckhead in the morning from six to nine on television. Especially if you're a radio listener person Salo six, and I've got great guests Herschel Walker got Jim Brown, Robert Kraft to Tony Siragusa, just among the many guests, and we'll try to do some work in the audience, some people writing sure on the border Tony said money for the barrier or keep sending troops. Trump will defend the border. No matter what. And Brian spoke out on a oh, saying AFC is privileged compared to some of the third world country. How much did she give to those countries? And charity before she became a congresswoman, right? No. You mean, the one that was so qualified there was insulting Howard Schultz because you have much of a background. She was a bartender. I appreciate it. A lot of. Free time was done in social for social causes. But she was a bartender now, he should have risen up and started at the local level performance civic duty right, and he should have done that when he had absolutely nothing living in the projects came out of school with nothing, but student debt ends up running a worldwide organization called Starbucks where they've convinced us to pay five fifty for something. That's really really sweet. And sometimes lifts you up. Although I don't like their coffee, I go Dunkin donuts on the coffee, pumpkin spice, Lothair, gingerbread Lothair, another frilly girly drink from Starbucks not anymore, and guess why why they've stopped they stopped making pumpkin spice latte tastes. They backed off the eggnog latte days. I have to regroup or not their season. All you need to change with the season. I don't need to change of the season to greet. You don't stop drinking ginger ale in the spring. You know, if you make a drink can you make it for all seasons? Just because I'm a man for all seasons. 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09:43 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Mark Alewine. News ninety five five AM seven fifty WSB. Depend on it. Actors. So even though Twenty-three me says that it does because you might have the cancer causing gene does it mean that it will actually get cancer. And it's not just hereditary can be associated, obviously with other medical factors, you're on lifestyle choices. So that means if a test comes back negative doesn't mean that you're not at risk just like a positive doesn't mean that you are. I mean one day maybe computers failed to figure out what truly makes cancer tick along with other ailments. We're just not quite there yet. And meanwhile, if you wanna watch the big game, are you gonna be watching the big Super Bowl Andrew this year works, and I mean, I'm sorry that you're Arezzo cardinals are not anywhere near the Super Bowl. Not only were you. We're not gonna win the Super Bowl. We had the worst record in the NFL, but was the record three and thirteen three three wins three losses. No three wins thirteen losses. And how many of those games did you? Experience firsthand. I watched every single minute. Wow. I see I was wrong. That's a bad one. And so if you're thinking about watching the Super Bowl, I mean, the LA Rams here we go are taking on the patriots. And who's going to win? I I think the Rams I'm going with the pets course, you're okay. So let's talk a little bit about the easiest way to get the Super Bowl if you've cut the cable, so obviously antenna it's on CBS 'em Tanna antenna for the day. I'm going to glass door immediately after this show, you get an antenna. Yes. Hey, hook it up shoot TV because it CBS broadcast network. It's free over the air stream it and you having streaming device. CBS sports app will be carrying the game. Live. Can you watch it at CBS sports dot com? Correct. Okay. So if you're gonna watch on a laptop or your laptop up to your big screen, you can do it that way as well. But if you have a Roku fire stick XBox, PlayStation, apple TV, they all have access to the CBS app. Don't do don't pay for it. It's free. You can sure you can sign up for direct TV now or any other streaming pay service and get the game. But it's free on the CBS sports app. There's no reason to pay for it. Yeah. So I mean, you can put the app on your phone, and then stream it or any device all Powell have the game upstairs downstairs on the XBox. Just download the app on the XBox. And there it is three years ago was the last time CBS had the Super Bowl that was Denver versus Carolina. Oh, yeah. Totally. Remember, we watched it on the CBS app and it worked perfectly fine. Now. What about sling TV why pay for it? Okay. So basically just just get the app. Yes. There's no reason to sign up for a serve. I don't need to have like the paid app. No, it's free. Just get the app. Does get the app it's streaming for free. That's all and even commercials. I haven't seen in the commercials yet. No, I'm leaked. I just know the ones that have been banned and won't be allowed to be aired during the Super Bowl we should do those for the break videos next week. Like, what's give me one? There was the products. Yeah. Some TV dinner they got banned because it was an addiction to the TV dinners, and it was acting like the guy was addicted to pornography, and that's why I got banned. But people are saying that the company intentionally did that so they could get band. So they wouldn't have to spend the money, but still get the exposure. I'm glad you didn't make you mentioned who was the TV dinner. I didn't say the name. Speaking of TV YouTube TV is coming to ninety five more US markets just in time for the Super Bowl. And they say they now cover ninety eight percent of all u s households. Now just to be clear. Youtube TV is a subscription service. Not like just going to YouTube dot com, and it's still not one hundred percent. So if you're in the two percent of the country. Where you can subscribe to YouTube TV a say it's coming. They just don't say quite went. All right. Speaking of money, and you in just a few moments. We have our money tip. We're gonna talk about how you can make a thirty percent more with your Google ads. And back to the phones we go with Mike in Medford, Oregon. Hi, mike. Great. What's going on? Well, you know, I'd play around with these pop up blockers and different things. And I noticed that there was just more and more cookies all the time. I know some of them are helpful. But I'm just really wondering what's going on with all these coaches and all the trackers. Tracker syria. Definitely, well, you know, it's sometimes it's called cross site tracking. And you know, the internet has become the internet has become a money-making machine. Right. And so there are there are two schools of thought number one is that you're going to look at ads and the content going to be free. And then the second school saw is that we're going to put the content behind the pay wall. Now for so many years everything has been free on the internet that people are resisting the pay wall idea. Okay. Split in order to pay the internet bills is that there needs to be cookies and trackers. So that this way we can serve you ads. We'd be in the advertising, agencies and networks, we can serve you ads that are more relevant to your interests. So that you might click those ads or at the very least remember the brand from when you want to buy something. And the data has become so prolific that for example. It's been said anywhere from one hundred thousand I've seen the numbers high as two hundred thousand that these are all the different data points that are about you being stored in a database. Okay. So anything that you've done in your life or looked at online is being saved somewhere. Now, there are ways that you can reset the advertising tracker if you wanted to do that so kind of get it back to zero, but there's really no way to actually wipe out every instance of yourself on every database. So what's your finding? Or where we're at right now is that the trackers are becoming more sophisticated. They are swapping data with more and more companies. They are figuring out little nuances that that you may not even think of such as you know, what size screen, you're using. Whether you clicked on an ad whether you saw that ad did it happen in your newsletter. Did it happen on your phone didn't happen on Facebook, Instagram, staff, whatever it may be that it happened off line when you're out shopping because now with beacons, we know exactly when you're walking in and out of stores, and what you stop to look at think about that. You went to Home Depot, and you stopped and looked at the lawnmowers. That's now part of your tracking. So if you start seeing more and more of these trackers. That's the reason why now there are things you can do there are proxies. Right. And so you can surf anonymously, I mean, you know, about tour, right? Okay. So you could use tour. There's also a non a mouse, not less not a mouse that allows you to surf the web, and the whole idea is that you're not gonna have these tracking. But what about the tracking really bothers you? Actually. It doesn't you know that much, but just knows that they're more and more. And I'm just wondering what it on. Sometimes like you say. Know we just talked about going to Disneyland. And then when you got around to saying, okay, we're going in got some tickets, and here we go. Well, the next thing I turn around and I'm watching TV show me DisneyWorld. They were marshals I come home. And I'm looking at marshalls on the TV. And I think it's going from my phone to my TV now. Well, the TV does do tracking. Now, I don't know about being able to serve you individualized ads like that on your TV quite yet. I don't know what you're watching. But you're smart TV's are connected to the internet. And we have an article over our commander dot com about your TV that there are features that the manufacturers like to call like interactivity, you're like so you're going through the TV, and you're like interactivity looks like something that I should have on my brand. New smart TV. But what is doing is keeping track of everything that you've watched anything that you see maybe an advertisement that she stopped a program that you were skipping over the commercials until you sauce, actually stopped there. So anything that you're doing on the TV is being routed back. Now, they say that that is anonymous data, but is it truly anonymous data because if you're smart TV? She is hooked up to your internet connection. And you're using that internet connection to get on the web on your phone your tablet, your laptop whatever may be is that suddenly there's a batch right bingo. Same IP address. So when we start going into the databases and the tracking you can see how all that information be totally tied together. So unless you want to surf anonymously as kind of the way it is. Thank you for your call today. Let's talk about lifelock. Because apparently hackers are finding ways to hijack phone numbers to.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"NWFP's Mark Alewine reports votes are Brian campaign. Stacey Abrams continue to be counted. Federal judge rules in favor of Stacey. Abrams extending the deadline for certification of last week's election results until five PM Friday. John Chandler is an attorney for the Abrahams campaign. He tells channel two action news, it's so important for people to believe in the integrity of an election. And I'm afraid we're very very very far away from that Brian camp currently leads Abrahams by about fifty eight thousand votes, Mark, Alewine, WSB Democrats lock-up a big victory in Arizona. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington with. Another batch of votes going in favor of democrat Kirsten cinema Republican Martha mcsally conceited defeat last night in the Senate race. She represents Arizona in the Senate. That leaves only the Florida Senate race undecided along with a Senate run off later this month in Mississippi is Republicans have so far gained just one seat in the US Senate the house and Senate began a lame duck session of congress today. There could be a bipartisan farm Bill passed before the end of the year. President Trump is threatened to government shutdown if congress doesn't approve money for his border wall. New members of congress elected last week begin orientation today, the former editor of the info wars website thinks he's going to be indicted soon in Robert Muller's Russia investigation commentator Jerome Corsi says that he had been in negotiations with special counsel Robert Muller's team, but their talks have fallen apart. And he thinks he's going to be charged with making false statements. Reporter Jackie Quinn. Says course, he's been questioned about his connection with the president's longtime ally and confidante Roger stone. WSB news time seven thirty five.

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08:22 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Mark Alewine. News ninety five five AM seven fifty WSB. Depend on it. Autumn. Fisher is too extreme for Georgia. She doesn't even wash her hands when she leaves the bathroom vote injuries. Well, I'll tell you what it's heating up around here. How strange I just washed my hands using the restaurant. It doesn't. It doesn't really matter. It doesn't matter who wins. Doesn't matter who loses. I'm the Shizhong ping around here. I'm the Shizhong paying of the von Hessler gone. She dictator for life. The best. She. Now is is the leader of of China transitioning that why is that a preferred pronoun or is that his actual name? She is his name. I believe it's a personal pronoun, preferred preferred pronoun wouldn't allow that in China. Why not what do you know about China? How many times have you been? There's a billion people. They tell you something when you got a billion people you got every kind of people happening, but the one kind of person they don't like is the individual. Well, that's true. But as long as you're a collective of transitioning people you will be recognized by the guy on top. All right. You got more stories. I sure do got mixed up here because we started with the Jay black from Mr. biscuit. So we're going to keep their headlines here. All right. President Trump said that he will instruct instruct the military to shoot at migrants if they throw rocks at them. Okay. This is not getting weird. They wanna throw rocks at our military. Our military fights back. We're going to consider it. I tell them considered a rifle when they throw rocks like they did at the Mexico military and police I say consider it a rifle. I'm getting I think everything's gonna be fine. Don't get me wrong. I'm not engaging in hyperbole here. And I recognize the powers of commander in chief. And I respect that I'm worrying from the point of view. Yes. When you're commander in chief. You do have this power. But you also have the responsibility to use your forces wisely. And also, you have a responsibility to every soldier to not put them in a position that they shouldn't be in. And I'm a little worried with all this rhetoric. Now, I know Trump now known personally letting where buddy. I know that like in the trade war stuff. He believes in, you know, really amping things up calling rocket man, you know, calling Kim Jong UN names, and then that leads to getting together and talking about it talking a big game. I think from Trump's point of view, you're less likely to get people throwing rocks. But I don't know about that. Because there's something very weird about these caravans, it costs money to do this, which means there are people behind this and probably people who are sort of revolutionary types. And when you throw that out there, they may just do something or or pay people in the crowd to start throwing rocks just to elicit a response to create an event, and when you're president United States, you have to think three sixty yet to think about all of these things, and I worry about putting our troops in. In the middle of a of something that is a very political situation. And. Big points about that movie. Is you grow up and you see wars. I mean in that in those days, they would read little paperbacks about outlaws and things like that. And the young kid in that movie. So he grows up one of these guys, and then he actually shoot somebody and it freaks them out. And he hadn't he wasn't. He wasn't ready aware or anything about what it was going to do to his mind to have killed a man, it's very serious stuff. And I worry about the bluster on that I don't want our troops put in the middle of political situations, especially when the country is sort of fifty fifty on these things I do like the idea of having tent cities ready. I don't understand yet. If he means he's going to work with Mexico and do it on the Mexican side. Because that would have to be the way that it would be done. You couldn't let everybody in and put them in tent city. I'm not sure how they're going to be a lot safer on our side. I would say, yes. But once you're in you're covered by the constitution. Yeah. So at least that's the way it's been read for a very long time. All it says is that he would create the ten cities to process them. It doesn't say which side it would be on. Yeah. I think it would have to be on the Mexican side in order for it to be successful. Because once you get to this side, you can easily lawyer up and you're here for a good long time. But I believe in that I think that and I will go back to this. China tell people this because you don't the way news is done. Now, it is possible to hold two thoughts in your mind. That thousands of people should not be able to crash the gate at the border, and that these are human beings who obviously are fleeing horrible countries. I guess this time mostly Honduras, but also Guatemala all of these horrible God forbid, but the president said I don't be thrown off the air. I won't call them s whole countries. But the evidence is. Citizens are willing to walk and die for thousands of miles to get outta there. You can hold both concepts in your head. You can say it's bad policy to let thousands of people from other countries crashed the gate, and you can also think these are human beings that I have compassion for. So the best way to deal with this is to create one of these sort of u n refugee temp city type of things, and then let everybody go through the process and out of all my guess would be out of all of these. Whether it's seven thousand and end up here. My guess is less than two hundred would meet the criteria to get to get asylum. But put them to the process, that's fine. Now, do you agree with Trump when he says that he considers this these migrants to be invading people like he said this long? Yes rhetoric. This is where stopping people at the border. This is an invasion and nobody's even questioning that. No one's questioning it even over on MSNBC. Nobody knows. That's rhetoric obviously, but it has its truth. If you had seven thousand people who, you know, tried to get into your backyard at the same time, you would consider it to be an invasion shirts hyperbole to a certain extent. But it's you can look at it as an invasion seven thousand people. They're trying to get in by sheer numbers being overwhelming. And that's why Trump is countering with while. I'll put fifteen thousand troops down there. Now, I'm used to Trump after two years as president. And it seems to me that he's saying things like that. And maneuvering that so the word gets to the people on the ground. But I don't think the people I think the people on the ground and the caravan are being exploited by anti Trump forces to try to create something that hurts the president. And they're being used used and abused as a great man once said next, I'll watch Anita Missouri rally last night too. I went to bed pretty early. So you had this interesting hypothetical if these if these folks cross over the? So it's go ahead. You're an enemy of.

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09:06 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Mark Alewine. News ninety five five and AM seven fifty WSB depend on it. But Danish show has radicalized so many more people than ISIS. Other dead is the biggest this is the. Because this is not. Dining play. I'm gonna talk over it until we turn it down. That's how we start to show. We got a damn show. She we know what to play play. The Don lemon audio from last night place. Okay. So Mynatt welcome to the show at delays on Twitter officials on Facebook. So last night on CNN, Don lemon, and I'll read you the transcript, Don lemon. Was discussing with Cuomo the younger brother of the mayor Cuomo. And he had said that he honestly and all I can really pull this up on the computer. He had he had said in his discussions that he feels as though well, that's not what he said we have to stop demonizing people and realize that the biggest threat in this country. Is is white man. It's white men that is the biggest threat in the country. And it's I mean, it's kinda crazy. Listen. Not to demonize any one group or anyone ethnishity. But we keep thinking that the biggest terror threat of something else. Some some people who are marching towards the border. Like, it's the last time they did this a couple of hundred people came, and they you know. Most of them did get into the country. Most of them tired got tuck it out before they even made it to the border. So we have to stop demonizing people and realize the biggest terror threat in this country is white men. Most of them radicalized to the right? And we have to start doing something about them. There is no travel ban on them. There's no ban on you know, they had the Muslim ban. There is no white guy band. So what do we do about that? So as you my mic back down. So as you heard from there. The. Is I guess what we're supposed to? I don't know. What the hell we're supposed to do. What is what is? I just find it incredibly ironic that had while he's telling everybody to not demonize people that he actually goes out. And he's demonizing an entire group of individuals. I I mean, I just I don't think James Hodgkinson was I don't recall him being. Radicalized to the right. I don't remember him being radicalized to the right at all. That's not what I I didn't. Because he wasn't this was on CNN now. And I'm just wondering if a if there's a because I don't believe that there's I just don't believe that there's going to be any penalty for him saying something like this because that was blatantly racist. I don't care where you are on the political spectrum. I really don't care just be consistent. That's all I care about. That's racist. Would he just said? And this is the network that's constantly saying don't demonize people don't demonize people etcetera etcetera etcetera. But yet. Did you just do? What did you just do? That's exactly what you just did there. And I don't think that anybody is saying that there isn't there isn't violence in play. There aren't people who are violent. But and I'm not going to get into this. And I hate the fact that these I feel like people on the left or trying to push me into this argument as to who sides more violent. You guys will lose that. Just see, you know, so stop you guys will lose it that shouldn't even be the focus anyway. The focus should be on on on on MIR on policy, and why is it that that that people? Can't just simply agree to disagree. And when he talks about a Muslim ban. That's a presupposition it's entirely false argument. There was never a Muslim ban. They all they did was say, hey, we're going to have to take extra time to make sure people who are coming from these countries. And it wasn't just if they wanted to ban Muslims, they would have gone after and banned travel from Indonesia, and etc. And they didn't it just amazes me that people out there can be so ridiculously stupid, and so petty and so politically partisan that they will say that taking extra time to vet people who are coming over. And from certain countries with which we do not have relationships to that. Or that do not have an infrastructure or a system in place where we can check data. To say that it takes more time to do that. So we're going it's going to take an extra three months longer. That's not a Muslim ban. It's a deferment because we have to double check things. It's not a ban where in the hell are people getting this? I think that lying. About it is what is divisive. I think lying about it for the purpose of inciting people and to further divide the country and to agitate I think that that's incredibly divisive. Which is again all about how all getting into. So insanely ironic. And so incredibly ironic so this was last night. Don lemon saying this. And so he he began. Well, I'm not going to demonize people, but I'm going to demonize people. I just I'm if he was on NBC, I wonder if anything were to happen. He actually had had previously to that. He goes, I don't see Democrats killing people. And then Steve Scalise took some issue with that. They took. They took some issue with that as he should. So we also we're going to take a look at this. It's halloween. We're gonna take a look this migrant caravan as well and continue to follow that. Because now apparently there are people that are Brian. I saw this reported on Daily Mail in a couple of other places where they people who are in the quote, unquote, caravan have some weapons and all kinds of stuff and there have been fights with police in certain parts of the areas through which they are caravanning. We'll have that also Kong west now there was all this controversy yesterday over Kanye west. And because he's decided that he's he says I've been used to spread messages. I don't believe in. And I told you he could turn around the other day. I mean, I I always think it's great when people questioned the status quo. I also said he could turn around the other day, and he could decide that he doesn't agree with any of this anymore. And he's no he hates Trump, and you know, it's cetera et cetera. I mean, it is what it is. I think that there is some not political. But I think there's some business stuff going on in the background as well. Also, Hollywood's just a cesspool of. Of of of. Hive mind and everybody has to be homogeneous than thought. Otherwise, you get bullied beyond belief. I was just talking to somebody who works in the comics industry, and they were sitting here telling me that the guy that apparently did artwork for nine inch nails and Trent Resona and all of this stuff. This guy's a total jackwagon who bullies anybody who is not an atheist and a progressive out of the comics industry, having deals entirely pulled from them and all this kind of stuff, and he apparently went after me on social media, but I just don't care about. I mean, I took one look at them. And I'm like, why are you important, and I just went on with my life because I had vastly more interesting things to do than worry about some guy that thought himself a bad ass while he has thinning hair? But I'll move on. We have Florida today in stupidity and all of that good jazz as well coming up. And in the meantime, as we get going here Keltec, which is a Florida company. I special prayers for my really good friend. Chad who works at Caltech. He was in a motorcycle accident. He's actually in the hospital right now. So saying some prayers for Chad hoping that he recovers. Well, he's been taking pictures of hospital food and sharing it on Facebook. So and he he's pleased at the hospital is like, so I don't know what kind of hospitals y'all have gone down there in Florida. But I mean, his hospital food, look real nice. I'm just saying so I don't know if he gets special treatment or what? But I've talked about Caltech before they're just one of my favorite companies and anybody who's passionate about firearms. You wanna make sure that you secure your world. No matter what you gotta invest in one of the best ones money can get and that's a Caltech, even if you own Caltech, there's many reasons to own all of them, it's like poking. My you got collect them. All right. The there's so much that goes into every single gone that Keltec makes and the this is an American dream come true. It started as an immigrant story. 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"I'm Mark Alewine. News ninety five and AM seven fifty WSB. Depend on it. Danish show. Did you ever seen an American diplomat of used as a prop though NBS used peyot yesterday? And have you seen this? So inverted, I I'm stuck by the fact that they didn't save all of the, you know, covering each others behind for the private meeting and speak as as America's the any sort of moral leadership that this country may still possess. I'm not sure how much we have left at this point in the Trump presidency. But you surprised that there wasn't an utterance of getting to the bottom of of what could be the grisly murder of a US resident. Wow. I mean, I'm just got really bored halfway through that sound because she just couldn't get to the damn point. It's like know what you're going to save before you say don't sit here and just try to tread water. While your brain finds the right combination of words to spit out. Welcome to the show. I'm Dana lash Texas needs to make up its with its weather. Sorry, I'm a little Sam kennison. What's happening? It's like I bring out. I'm like, okay. It's going to be twenty degrees. Okay. I'll bring on my flannels. Then it's like who. Was she brought out your flannels? Dana lash now, we're going to make you die from sweat. That's what Texas is doing right now. Who Utah was on a weaned? Cook you from the inside. Yes. Called blue something. Like, I forget what they call it. But it it's a blue northern. That's what the weather's adduce bag is what it's really cold. Like, really quick. I think some parts of the country call it Alberta clippers or something. I don't care what they call it. Make this stuff. Stop either be cold or be warm. Don't be quorum colder, warm colder. That's it. There's none of this forty degrees. Woohoo gonna put on some flannels and like my apple candles, and then like at three pm t ninety degrees. Eight your sinuses. That's what I'm dealing with right now. So you can have to forgive me. Give me a little extra accurate representations. Flannels not even comfortable right now. I can't even start by program. I'm like off flannel. Even right. Yes. It was leg day. So all right. So that was. Nicole Wallace who is saying I just I really don't even care what she said. I just started the program with an audio sound bite. I really don't care what she said. All I heard was what what wall wa wa wa wa I'm just too. I'm worried about two things. Number one. I'm worried that. It's it's now Middle East expert Twitter. And then also it is my flannel is bothering me. So the setup that's where we are today. So this welcome to the show, by the way. I'm Dana lash at delays on Twitter official on Facebook. The thing that really actually aggravates me a lot is that people in the there are a lot of people in the media that really don't know what the hell is going on. About. Really? Because Shoghi situation or anything, but they're eager to use it to bash Trump. I think that people just sort of sit there, and they think well. I don't really know anything about it. But I'm sure it's Trump's fault. Why did Trump just probably went over there? Cut him up in self mean. We're almost to that point. And I that I mean, and that is Ben kind of what I've seen sort of over and over and over. First off this. I mean like I said this is nuance but nuances dead. So it's like, you can't even have an honest conversation about any of it this. I look at it like this. If the if the Saudi prince was so annoyed by this guy. Why do you feed the trolls man why not just ignore him? Although I do think it was weird. It's weird to me because kashogi reportedly was alliance or associated with the Muslim Brotherhood and Saudi Arabia hates the Muslim Brotherhood. Now. Remember in Egypt before the revolution? Hillary Clinton was totally behind the Muslim Brotherhood and Muslim Brotherhood had been banned there for a long time because they were extremist, and they didn't want anything to do with them. And then when Hillary Clinton got involved in endorsed one of their guys got a little weird. You know, what I mean, they got a little sketch. So she that was under the Obama administration. They're completely just messing everything up. I will say this. This administration has nothing like the previous the previous would have already been over there. Trying to do something to get behind. You know? Trying to really have some sort of affect and get involved in metal and foreign policy. That's why I think it's so hysterical. Some of the criticisms that I see on this administration because for crying out loud. This administration back to dictator in Honduras. I tried to really disrupt Honduran government in Honduran elections. Let's not forget about what they did in Libya. Let's not forget about what they did with Egypt and how they backed the previously banned Muslim Brotherhood creating all sorts of how and contributing to that hot mess. I could go I mean in Syria, I could go on and on and on. So they have in terms of any kind of. I mean, it's sort of a joke that that the previous president received a Nobel peace prize, which was apparently as I understand it predicated on the fact that he got people from different countries to talk so big whoop. Eighty at just Duda. Not hairs, but look how many wars in t started and countries he you served in government TD stabilized in the process. Oh, and by the way, when they could have went and got involved in something like Iran, the green revolution. They pretended that wasn't even happening as the Iranian national guard. Or excuse me revolutionary guard which was was shooting people from rooftops and they ignored when Russia annexed Crimea. So it was just weird. How it's almost like the people that this balance of power had tipped away from the entrance of the new administration. It's almost like they're trying to get it flipped back. See there's a lot of stuff going into this. So and there's a lot more about the kashogi situation. And oh, here's a guy who wrote for the Washington Post that was murdered possibly murder by Saudi operatives. And there's a lot more, politics, and activism and all kinds of stuff there. That's that's involved with it. But the thing like I said that that I think is is asinine is. If this Saudi prince, this crown prince was really bothered by this guy the way that you don't do it is to be really public and do it in Turkey. Because Turkey would love nothing more than to see Saudi Arabia. Screw up. You definitely don't do it in Istanbul. You definitely don't do it with people that are in your inner circle that are easily identifiable because they're seeing with you whenever you travel, including to the United States and within the United States. It's just not the way you do it. I'm not saying that there's a proper way to go and assassinate someone because it's wrong. But I'm saying if you're trying to be surreptitious about it. That's the stupidest way to go about doing it. I mean, that's just the way it is. But at the same time, you know in looking at the relationship, the United States is relationship with Saudi Arabia. It's not like just be NBA real. We don't have a lot options over there. We're gonna saddle setup to Iran. We didn't get friendly with Russia. I thought wait. We're not supposed to like them. Right. Isn't that? How it goes? Iran and Russia. I think Steve's they're they're one and the same essentially because of the deals that they have the trade deals that they have with each other and Russia has Iran's back. So do the same way that he does with Russia has Cheryl Assads back in Syria. So this is all a power play in Russia wants to be a kingmaker. So that they can have control over the region. Meanwhile, the United States has been allied with Saudi Arabia, and they really would love to see this reformer made out to not be a reformer, which is why he doesn't himself zero favors if something like this happen right at the same time. What how I mean? We're we're we're r Khashoggi's alliances. He was a legal resident of the United States lived in London. And and Istanbul as I understand it went to the Saudi embassy in Istanbul, which he was there seven minutes before it was it was reported that he was killed. He had previous alliances with the Muslim Brotherhood that apparently angered the crown prince's well, and he wrote things undermining or criticizing what the crown prince was doing. So there is it's not an, you know, Mike Pompeo goes over there to have a conversation. And you have the media that loses their ever loving mind because like Wallace here because they think he's being used as a prop. He's a damn diplomat who is representing the United States and going over to have discussions with someone to find out. Hey, did you kill somebody? How these people think is going to happen Pompiers go over there and be like, hey, crown prince to cut him up. What's up? Did you did you chop him up over a new stable? How how did it happen? I mean, it's diplomacy. It's why it's not meant from your users. K- it's an art. I could not be a diplomat. Do you know why because I don't like blowing smoke up people's backsides, and I can only be nice to someone don't like for so long. I mean, I'm going to be real with you. It takes a lot of energy for me to politely smile. Oh, Shosh shut up. Stop it. You see what I'm saying? If I can never be a diplomat a lot of these people can be diplomats because there's simply dumb. That's the bottom line. They were talking about his last column Djamil Jamal crucial kashogi Washington Post. His last column what the world needs now free expression, and our media over here has they're really they're pushing the story because they're looking at at it as a way to indict Donald Trump. They're pushing the story because they want to say that the Saudi prince was inspired by Donald Trump's words wherein. He said fake news is the enemy of the people. And then the press lied about tavern. And said, oh, you said the press is the enemy of the people. And then they present these these, you know, botched soundbites where he you get half of a cent, not even half of a full sentence because they're desperately trying to make it out is though he declared war on the press. When ultimately it was the press that declared war on Donald Trump. And as I was discussing this morning on FOX and friends. It's really a lot of the chattering class that has declared war on the people who support this administration. He simply said fake news is the enemy of the people. I think fake news is the enemy of the Republic and Indu an insane that he accurately called them up for what they're doing. But they're made the mad because they don't they don't want to deal with that. So here we are. So they're trying to blame this on him. They're saying the New York Times says the president is kowtowing to a mad prince. I don't see how and waiting for. Details to come in. But this is how this is what they're pushing. They're trying to make this the focus for midterms. Instead of the caravan that's gonna that's coming up from South America. And we're going to talk more about that. We also have quick five on the way and some of the latest polling where it concerns, Texas and some of these others and then later on in the program, Adam lack salt who has the gubernatorial candidate the Republican gubernatorial candidate in Nevada. His communications director was really like roughed up by a paid democrat operative that also works with George Soros. So we're going to talk to her about that later on in the program. And I mean, I think it's enough to beg the question as to our Democrats, you know, Democrats are pain operatives to go and do this kind of stuff. So we'll get into all of that. In the meantime, the fastest speed loader ever is the elite tactical system speed loader. The speed loader is the fastest it'll load.

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"I'm Mark Alewine. News ninety five five AM seven fifty W SP, depend on it. The Danish show breadth assaults on me drop drastically altered my life for a very long time. I was too afraid and ashamed to tell. Anyone these details? I did not want to tell my parents that I as fifteen in a house any parents present drinking beer with boys. I convince myself that because Brett did not rate me. I should just move on. And just pretend that it didn't happen. Over the years. I told very very few friends that I had this traumatic experience. I told my husband before we were married that I had experienced a sexual assault. I'd never told the details to anyone the specific details until may two thousand twelve during a couples counseling session. So this is the opening part of the opening remarks from Christina blazey Ford, and she's still testifying. Brett Cavanaugh is expected to testify. And I imagine that's going to happen later today, and this I mean, it's it is I have to say, by the way, welcome to the show. I'm Dana lash at de lash on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook. And the what is really amazing to me is how horrible this format is it is a horrible horrible horrible format because everyone has what is it the five minute. Watch thing that they've the five minute limit. And so they can only ask or talk in five minute segments. And that includes apparently Rachel Mitchell who is the rape prosecutor, the sex crimes prosecutor, and she's the only one out of Democrats and Republicans. She's the only one that's asking legitimate questions. Grassley is I think kind of doing his best to sort it sort of steer it. But at the same time, it's. Everybody's just grandstanding and Mitchell, I think does a very good job. Of trying to because she develops a rhythm. She she develops. This this report with the individuals that she's questioning, and so this is I mean, it, you know, when you look at it. It's. Really frustrating to see her constantly interrupted by other senators who and I get it because it's five minutes. I don't think the five minute incremental time should be applicable to Mitchell because she's the only person who's asking anything legitimate. And it is so incredibly frustrating. She's the person that I want to hear she was asking, for instance. And there's two things the the thing with the polygraph. I thought was really weird. There was an exchange with the polygraph. That was really really bizarre and. She was asked and I'm like looking back at some of notes as well. She was asked about the polygraph and. She apparently was done right around the time of her grandmother's funeral. She was asked about it. She was asked when they when they said who recommended that you get it her lawyer interrupted instead that was confidential whereas they couldn't she couldn't discuss who it was that. That suggested that she take it. And then when she was asked who paid for it. She had said that she didn't know. And I just thought that was a really weird like, how do you not know you can't why can't you say why can't you say who? Suggested it, and why can't it's just it's just it's just it's odd to me. These are audio soundbites thirteen and fourteen. These are the big two things. Let's hear audio sound bite thirteen. I this is when she was explaining how the polygraph came to be actually conducted the polygraph not in his office in Virginia. But actually at the hotel next to Baltimore Washington airport. Is that right? Correct. Why was that location chosen for the polygraph? Has left. My grandmother's funeral fort Lincoln cemetery that day and was on tight schedule to get into. Pester New Hampshire. So he was willing to come to me, which is appreciated. So he administered a polygraph on the day that you attended your grandmother's funeral. Yeah. Correct. Or it might have been the next day. I spent the night in the hotel, so. The exact day. Yeah. That's and that's that she's explaining and that's right after that. There was the question of who was it that suggested? And she said, and that's when her lawyer intervened and said that was privileged which I thought was incredibly interesting. This is when they asked audio sound bite fourteen about who paid for it. Did you pay for the polygraph yourself? Don't think so. Who did pay for the polygraph? Not yet. No. Okay. How do you? I don't know. What do you mean? Not yet. Was it the lawyers was it? Who I don't know? But that's just what it was. So that was one of the big things with this. Here's the other thing is we wait for everybody to get back in. And I don't think I think the polygraph is bigger than this. Listen to audio sound bite eleven because this is when Mitchell was asking her about flying because remember originally. Originally, and I can't get this to open up here. It is. She was asked about flying. She was asked about because this was what was given as the delay. It was given as a delay as to why she couldn't go to DC to testify and even though. It was Grassley had even offered to go out to California to talk with her. This is that discussion with Mitchell. This is audio sound bite eleven. Ford. How did you get to Washington? Airplane? This. I ask that because it's been reported by the press that you would not submit to an interview with the committee because of your fear of flying is that true. I was willing. I was hoping that they would come to me. It was an unrealistic request. It would have been a quick trip for me. So. That is certainly what ends hoping was to avoid having to get on an airplane. Able to. With the help of some friends and on the plane when you were here in the mid mid Atlantic area back in August, July August, how did you get also by airplane come here once a year during the summer to visit my family? I'm sorry. Not here. I go to Delaware. Okay. In fact, you fly fairly frequently for your hobbies, and your you had to fly for your work. Is that true? Unfortunately, you you were a consulting bias in Sydney. Is that right? I've never been to Australia, but the company that I worked trays based in Australia, and they have an office in San Francisco, California. Okay. Take on me gets Austrailia. It is. I also on your CV that you list the following interests of surface level, and you in parentheses put Hawaii Costa Rica, South Pacific islands in French Polynesia. Have you been onto those places? By airplane and your interests also include oceanography are Hawaiian institution culture. Did you travel by air is a part of those interests. Thank you very much easier for me to travel going that direction when it's the caisson. So there were a couple of things in the rage mob is so they're so pissed off at me over this. And you all deliver you all obtuse partisans including Kirsten powers who is one of those can sit down. It's insane. This. This the whole point is that she had used a fear of flying. Which by the way, she she blamed fear of flying on Brad Kavanagh because she said she was terrified of enclosed spaces, which is why she couldn't fly. I actually have that. I will have linked it online several times before, but she had said she had told she had told individuals, and apparently this came up and couples therapy as well that she didn't like to be an enclosed spaces, and it was because of her encounter with cavenaugh. And that is why she didn't like to fly. And I also by the way, I also have anxiety about flying. And I limit my I just I don't that's why I haven't been to the South Pacific because I'm not going to get on a flight that's more than eight hours. I could barely handle Hawaii. I get very fidgety. And I can't you know, I just can't deal. So I'm not going to have a phallus measuring contests about that. So all of the haters can set. But here's the thing. It's all relevant because I do find it weird. You know, you do travel a lot if you're afraid of flying and you travel if your data. Afraid of flying. And you just I'm just telling you from what I do. I'm not gonna fly anywhere that I feel because I don't want to be on a plane that long. However that was literally the reason that she gave as to why she couldn't go to DC. She visits the east coast regularly to visit her family. She travels a lot anyway, she can do that. But for something as important as a test to testify and front of the Senate Judiciary committee. She said, this was the reason why she didn't want to do that. And this. It it. It was. I delay after delay after delay after delay. And that was the reason why that's why Grassley offered to fly out to her which is why all of this is irrelevant because he offered to fly to her. That's the whole point he offered to fly out to her. So we're finally happiness. So anyway, I had all of the super nice progressives. Call me a horror and a see your next Tuesday, and Sarah should be killed all over that again because I made this observation because these people hate women and they're in saying, yes, the left you all hate women. Don't expect me to be nice because you've been horrible today. I told you guys today was going to be a dumpster fire. But the thing is is is that. There. It's just a rage mob. It is an absolute complete rage mob because he isn't even testified yet, and we're just trying to get answers. They've gone after Rachel Mitchell. They went after Rachel Mitchell today, they just completely went after her Kathy Griffin went after her all of these verified people went after her. They they they they completely. They've made fun of the way. She looks. They made fun of everything. In the meantime during this testimony. This during this testimony. There has been hurt story has changed repeatedly. And she couldn't she couldn't really remember how many people were at the party. She tested in the Feinstein letter that I she said she can't guarantee there were only four people at the party. She told Feinstein in a letter that there were only four people at the party. And she says she couldn't be sure that it was Cavanaugh who pushed her into the room as opposed to another individual. And then she then she later said there's absolutely no chance at at mistaken identity. It was kind of all over the place right there. I think that was one of the bigger things. The polygraphing was weird the travel thing I just thought it her lawyers were stupid to make her say something like that. I mean, it really it's just really asinine. Her. Her lawyers would use that as a way to you know, especially when Grassley, and then she says, she didn't realize or didn't understand Grassley said they would come to her when they were very clear and the letter that they sent that was made public that they would go to did they would go to her. But that was the other thing her story changed a couple of times while during this testimony, and I. I just it to me. I thought that was really significant that there was there was so much of that. There was there were things changed so often. And like I said, she's testifying. She they in a break right now. I don't know in Cavanaugh is expected to testify because each of these senators on the committee. They are still they're still going through it. But the fact remains there's no evidence of the allegations everyone that she's named as the supporting witness, including Leland Kaiser, who is her best friend. They've all denied this. They've all denied it. And she keeps saying Leland. Kaiser was there. But Leland Kaiser isn't there? And. I mean, I just the whole thing. I just I don't know. I just the whole thing is just insane to me. Because Leland Kaiser signed sent a letter into congress under penalty of felony to say that she has no idea what was going on. And she has no idea why she was why she was set as being there because none of this happened. But yet during the testimony four kept saying that she was there. So if you're going to talk about having Mark judge there, if you say Leland Kaiser was there. Why aren't they calling for Leland Kaiser to come forward and speak? I think that's a really important point. We have a lot to get. We're going to carry this live because I think it's stupid to talk over the hearing when it's live with the home. I going to do sit here and tell you about the hearing is this happening at stumps. So we're going to actually take it. And when they go on break, that's when we're going to be back with you really fast because we got a lot. I mean, it's just a crazy Newsday. If you're going to buy ammunition. Checkout outdoor limited dot com. They have the best selection.

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"A two oh seven. I'm Mark Alewine WSB depend on it. Morning Mary Walter sitting in for Brian Kilmeade today. Talk about judge Cavanaugh, and the circus that is surrounding him. We now know as far as we know Chuck Grassley has been told by professor Ford's lawyers that she will not testify on Monday. Now the timeline is she must present her bio and her statement to the committee by ten AM tomorrow morning, if she if she wants to testify on Monday now me being the cynic that I am I'm gonna say she's not going to do it. And then over the weekend and gonna be like, oh, she changed her mind. She wants to testify and they're going to try to put it off. This is about delay delay delay. That's that's what this is about it at this point in the game. As far as I'm concerned. And here's the deal, if this woman truly didn't want her name out there. Then you got to blame the Democrats. This is on Feinstein and the rest of them because they're the ones who had the letter. They are the people who knew her identity somebody leaked her name out. And boy, it's really interesting because back in nineteen Ninety-one somebody leaked Anita Hill's name out to its we heard these weird coincidences happen. So strange of Democrats in these weird coincidences. So that's on Feinstein NPR's say, oh, she's getting death threats. Well, I haven't seen any proof of death threats. I haven't seen. I don't know. Is there a police report filed or do we just have her in her lawyers words, I would say the same thing if it were Cavanaugh getting death threats one a little bit. I would like to know if there there've been police reports filed along those lines I want a couple of details before I believe it. The internet has made me a cynic. I it's every name that comes across does. Because it's a mean doesn't mean it's it's real eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine now very quickly. And I promise we'll get to your calls. This is a sign of the coming apocalypse. I'm telling you people if you're not appropriate should become one right now because the fourth horseman of the apocalypse has been unleashed. Joe Scarborough and make Brzezinski those to those two. On NBC. I'll let you hear it with your own ears. Listen to Joe Scarborough for Democrats, and I saw this respected Democrats saying, oh, these Republicans have set this poor woman up to go into a gate you walk through a gauntlet on money. No, actually Republicans. Everybody was screaming at the Republican party twenty four hours ago. That they needed to give her a hearing. Yeah. Let her voice be heard. And now they're attacking her claiming that this was all part of some. Attempt by Republicans to play this like masters from publicans can't play tiddlywinks. Let alone. Figure this one out. So did you hear that? Did you hear? No. I know Mika just goes. Yeah. She is paid the most to just sit there and go. Yeah. I know I would love her gig. But did you hear what he said there? The Democrats were the ones who needed to be heard. And now that the Republicans have said, okay, we'll hear her out. Now, the Democrats are complaining that they're setting her up. It goes on this a little long. But this is Mika Brzezinski and her response to adjust Garber said, this is what needs to is all about we've come so far. Nobody wants to be on the wrong side of this. So everyone said let her speak let her testify give her a moment to have her voice. Let's hear her story. I think she even said she would testify so I guess on could argue in some Republicans could argue this is moving the goalpost, and it's moving the goalpost in an impossible direction because every legal analyst we have had on the show. You're a lawyer, you know, the law. There's no way of finding out what happened in high school. There are statutes limitations for a reason. So we need to hear from her. And that's why everybody is open to hearing from a woman, but she doesn't want to speak. If she doesn't want to testify you have to wonder what the Republicans really are supposed to do except Amanda vote. This is something that happened in high school. This is going to need her voice. There's no other way around it. No, one can do it for her and as miserable as that may be telling you right now, you better pack up the kids, and I don't know it into wherever your safe spot is because again, the fourth horseman of the apocalypse is on his horse right now and the gate is open. Because Mika in Joe are doubting. What the Democrats are saying here, and Mika and Joe are agreeing with the Republicans. It's crazy. There's no way of finding out what happened in high school. It's it's just unbelievable. You gotta I find. I just I just found when I heard that. I actually said wait a minute. Hold on. They sexually said something that I understand. It's it's it's crazy town, it this whole thing is really just lunacy. Let's go to Raleigh North Carolina, Kenan WP Tf can good morning. You're on the Brian Kilmeade. Joe, how're you? Doing ken. I'm doing great, thanks for taking my call. I originally called and and talk to the screener about the statue of limitations and why it's important, but in listening to what you know, I've been on hold for a while. But I've had a chance to listen to some other callers, I think this really doesn't have much to do at all with what happened in high school. This is more about putting a stain on a superior court Justice just like they did with Clarence Thomas. David Gergen said the other night on CNN that this is about, you know, having to men. The supreme court making decisions about a woman's win. And rugby wait in in the Republicans had put two people on on the board on the on the supreme court that have a stain on their their their their their reputations. I mean, we can say we want you all about the process this that and the other I just don't understand how a woman who wants to make a claim like this also think she gets to pick who's going to investigate it. And also get to pick in house. She's going to get the word out. Right. You don't get your name out there. You you've got to deal with the consequences, and you have to deal with the procedures that are in place to deal with things like this. And if you're not willing to do it, then you probably don't have a story that's worth area. You're right. You and somebody. I can't remember who it wasn't. And I apologize for not. Remembering who it was. But they said you don't get to make up the rules of the Senate. You you don't get to demand that that the Senate change their rules for you? That's just not how it works. And I think Chuck Grassley has been phenomenal bending over backwards to accommodate this woman. And I think it was the right thing to do. I dunno subpoenaing. Her is the right thing to do. That idea has been floated around to try to force her to talk. Robert. Thank you so much of the call can Robert listening until slow on KOA MG, Robert good morning. You're on the Brian Kilmeade Chow. Good things. I just wanna make a comments about that lady about how many to step up. Yeah. That was Senator Harare. No from Hawaii. I think she wants him to step up and say he thought desperate desperate five for that. Ford wanting to have the FBI investigate who controls the FBI Hitlerian, her circle of evil. And that's why she wanted to postpone November. On a more stuff. So that they can have their own another agenda behind this one little. You know, what's interesting, and I agree with that. That was my initial thought as well. No wonder they want the FBI to do it. Because you know, they're they're in the pockets of being they're still to hold overs in resist people. But they said, no, we're not going to investigate. It has nothing to do with us. It's not our jurisdiction. You would think that if that were the case it would have jumped on it because they would have been in cahoots with the Democrats, and they would have been part of this whole whole coordination of the messaging, which the Democrats are very good at I have to give them credit Republicans are awful lot it. But but they didn't do that the Democrats came out. I mean, the Democrats the DNC the DOJ FBI, it's all the same. But the FBI came out and said, it's not our jurisdiction is not a federal crime. The statute of limitations has run out. We have nothing to do with this. So we're not investigating. So that was the one thing that I thought about maybe maybe that's it's not what I what I perceive to be. Thank you so much. Robert, I want to get Sarah in south bend, Indiana on WBZ or see here. Sarah, good morning. You're on the Brian Kilmeade show. How you doing? I'm fine. Thanks. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. Sarah, very quickly very quickly. Do you oughta medically believe her because you're a woman? Oh, okay. What I'd like to say is I think Dr Ford is a left wing political activist recited at a anti-trump rally wearing of a giant cap. I feel that she went to the Washington Post. She hired an attorney. She took polygraph tests. What questions were asked her? I believe that perhaps something did happen to her. But I don't believe the judge cavenaugh. Did it? When you've been molested or touched or something's happened to you those things are seared in your memory. She doesn't have the who what where when why or any information to statute of limitations has passed and in our country. We have a system where you have noticed in the opportunity to be heard. You can't just come out and drop the bomb on somebody destroyed their whole life and be unwilling to back it up, and if she's unwilling to back it up, I think it should be dismissed it should be considered as if it didn't happen, and they should getting past all the rhetoric. Brian kilmeade. News ninety five five AM seven fifteen. The. Wait,.

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School District, Bridget Shields and Michael O'connor discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

02:17 min | 2 years ago

School District, Bridget Shields and Michael O'connor discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"School district expels a ten year old boy for bringing poppers to campus marcy the school system considers the tiny fireworks explosive compounds sparked i just make a noise the fourth graders mom tells channel two action news her son doesn't understand why he was punished mama what are we going to do next are we going to have to move i how am i going to go to school the student was caught with poppers at flipping elementary in mcdonagh his mom says they were part of her churches schools out goodie bag she plans to appeal the decision to the school board reporting live mark alewine wsb two years after her naked body is found in oakland city park atlanta police named bridget shields killer navy d major michael o'connor says dna ties christopher spencer to shields death dna was recovered from the spray bottle that had been purchased at the convenience store the last time that we do her too be seen on cameras being alive spencer is linked to several other murders in the area he's already behind bars shots fired in the mandatory evacuation zone near kilowatt volcano on hawaii's big island police arrests sixty one year old john hubbard after he pulled a gun on his neighbor major jeff hickman of the hawaii national guard says some people don't want to leave because they fear looting before worried that if i leave my house yes i'll be safe but none of my stuff will be trade winds are clearing the noxious air from the eruptions dozens of students are caught cheating on final exams tequila high school it appears answers were posted on social media and kids copied them now they all get zeros and must retake the finals gwinnett school district spokesperson tells channel two action news they also face appropriate disciplinary consequences the new scripts a national spelling bee champ is fourteen year old car thick nemani mckinney texas and this is winning word k oh i and oh and i is it means christian fellowship the finals went eighteen rounds carthage wins more than forty two thousand in cash and prizes wsb news time five eleven called the spelling bee before you have scored the most nerve racking things ever done trying to go strictly by the dia critical remarks in mark's so you do the pronunciation for the dictionary ban it is really something goes me lebanon's after five o'clock is this spring up to speed on weather and traffic now getting ready for the big weekend.

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"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"One thirty five i'm mark alewine news ninety five five am seven fifty wsb depend on it talk show that's real this is the brian kilmeade show the efforts of russia to melanie election are worth investigating wondering about that but if you're beginning to insert yourselves into somebody's campaign and you're worried about protecting the campaign is some apologists for the fbi have stated what would you do wouldn't you then go mmediately and say to the people in that campaign look we need to tell you this this is this is you've got a problem here you got the russians trying to penetrate you hear that was considered we now know and it never happened yeah they decided let's just do it covertly that won't well didn't it kevin listing online in hampton roads virginia hey cab hey good morning brian you know i think we're being sucked into the democrats paradigm whoever frames the issue wins are we to believe that the russians were so stupid when hillary clinton had an eleven point lead they would hack the democrats computers and then give it your responsibility to a third party like wikileaks and then risk jeopardizing their relationship which you know with who looked like to be the future president states at the time i mean you know you've talked about trump's campaign not being well enough organized to do this collusion i'm just thinking i don't think the russians are that stupid or unsophisticated to hack the united states leading political contender for president and then give it to wikileaks to distribute well it did it no question the male thing weakened her but the dina hurt her more is her decision to have a private server and then print them out and decide what we see and what we don't say and thirty thousand disappear and then outcomes john podesta's emails after that and when the fbi tried to warn them they you know donna brazile writes about it in a book they never got back to them and they said well the fbi should've tried harder really the fbi calls me i don't care if it's an intern the fbi is on the line they said this concern about your emails and your server being hacked i will get back to you the dnc said we didn't think it was that big of a deal so all alone the.

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"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Oh seven i'm mark alewine news ninety five five and am seven fifty wsb depend on it walk into the brian kilmeade show this is charles pain i'm filling in for my friend brian today and we've got a lot to discuss including an economy that is on a fire of course you would not necessarily always know that because only time you might hear about the economy certainly a lot of folks in america is when the market is falling in this bad news and president trump is going to war with our adversaries the right doron's of those unfair trade policies or or or should i say trade practices along with tariffs and other things like that the nonsense i think is starting to fade though because now we're in the corporate earnings season and what i'm seeing so far is absolutely remarkable it's not just that corporations are making a lot of money that's fine but how they making the money and where the growth is coming from particularly in two areas today caterpillar which had an amazing earning support they're seeing progress around the world but it's particularly here in america in poultry homes perhaps the largest home builder in america discussing how great the economy has been and how that's driving their home prices their their margins it's absolutely remarkable both companies of course giving credit and large parts of the american economy for how well they're doing now not doing as well in article yesterday in the wall street journal about the jobs core i i don't know if you guys remember this goes back a long ways the job score and say government funded program that essentially is designed to get people prepared for for for work it's unmitigated disaster billions have been flushed down the drain and yet it continues to persist on this and some other topics i'm going to bring in our next guest list peek a columnist for fox news dot com also.

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WSB-AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Street at twelve thirty five i'm mark alewine news ninety five five am seven fifty wsb depend on it brian kilmeade issue what he and i sat down at that time which i think was early in the fall of two thousand fifteen was whether or not we were ready as department to confirm an investigation going on when we typically do not confirm or deny investigations battery once called the clinton investigation to the extent though he noted it that it bothered him did he go to you in question your your credibility with regard to the clinton case well i can tell you that you know it was a meeting like any other that we that we had had where we talked about the issues and we had a full and open discussion about it even raise any concern and concerns were not raised well he says they're working surge raised and it was disturbing to him there was a matter the right alleged and attorney general says it was didn't even stick out to me wasn't a big deal we didn't show any concern eddie mccabe three weeks prior to james comey allegedly knowing about what was on anthony weiner is laptop well what happened in those three weeks when eddie mccabe knew about it three weeks pass and then james comey says i learned about it quickly called the press conference in reopen the investigation to hillary clinton's emails to a found nancy winners laptop and then he said he's cleared and then to the election to this day hillary clinton says that's the reason why she lost now we have loretta lynch james comey and anti mccabe thanks to the i g report that's due they're all out front and center and they all can't be right because there's somewhat contradicting each other i'm going to bring in mike allen now from axios cofounder this is a must read it's an addiction i read every single day because not only do they get they offer some opinion but for the most part they do an incredible collection in their own investigation mike first off what do you think behind loretta lynch coming out and what do you think behind what do you think the reasoning do you think it sound rationale for james colman come out with this book right now well bryan happy monday to kill me nation from accusation i'm standing on the.

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US Defense Secretary Mattis arrives in Afghan capital

Herman Cain

02:12 min | 2 years ago

US Defense Secretary Mattis arrives in Afghan capital

"In midtown atlanta about a ten mile an hour breeze out of the northwest right now this is new this morning wbz's marc lamont reporting live a high speed police jason critic county lanza teenage carthy behind bars that's right scott good morning seventeenyearold maliki yancey was clocked by swannee police doing ninety six miles an hour and a stolen car on peachtree industrial boulevard captain shane ed in tells channel two action news place in the public danger with his driving and it was in our best interest to try to stop him unc was caught when he crashed the car outside of q t in duluth with the help of a retired officer police took the suspect into custody reporting live mark alewine wsb cobb county woman tells channel two action news she hoped she could be saved for her baby's sake after her estranged husband stabbed her in the chest mom to see me the age of three my father didn't either the police say marlon davidge drove pam frank to the hospital before kidnapping their four year old daughter the girl is fine frankish recovering and dobbins is now a jail an apparent white supremacist group from texas circulates fliers through candler park neighborhood the threat i feel like it's a threat as well that we're here favors tells channel two action news the flyers target again the grants were dropped other doorsteps in the middle of the night they say most of them are in the trash by monday morning federal investigators had an idea what might have caused a helicopter crash new york city to kill five passengers a federal official says the helicopter pilot believes a passenger's bag might have tripped a fuel cutoff switch before the craft fell out of the sky in into the east river warren levinson reports the flow of the chopper inflated but it's still overturned investigators will look through the victims pictures looking for clues only the pilot was able to get out of the harness in time before drowning well our secretary defense pops up and afghanistan secretary mattis went to afghantistan to reinforce momentum towards peace as he arrived in kabul mattis told reporters there's optimism and bringing the taliban and the afghan government together for reconciliation we knew look or a victory in afghanistan madison's arrival comes after the us added about eight hundred more soldiers in.

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"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Live in the storm bill caiaccio wsb thanks bill wsb stormtracker radar is lit up now at light to moderate showers across north georgia you will have rain in the morning drive right now though the roads are open though there wet will be checking weather and traffic every six minutes where he this morning from the nothing good ever happens after midnight department wsb's mark alewine reporting live a late night fastfood run church to a case of road rage at the cobb county drive through ever tried scott good morning frustrated because the people in front of her at the mcdonald's on powder springs road were taking too long to get their order jasmine page rammed the back of their car twice before trying to open their doors oh think played out on surveillance video at 245 in the morning this man tells channel 2 action news i love we've argued up plisson because we realised enough in the full space is crazy no one was hurt the 27yearold woman faces three misdemeanours including simple assault and reckless conduct reporting live mark alewine wsb cherokee county managed charge of breaking into his estranged wife's home and shooting her as deputies responded to a residential alarm call the home of ball ground the nine one one call came in about a person's shroff they found fiftythreeyearold long costs outside the home with head injuries is charged with attempted murder home invasion tina gosh remains in the hospital a convicted sexoffender on the run from cobb county deputies from other years tracked down in a folding county library glenn daniel with the cobb sheriff's office tells channel two action news tyron point dexter never registered as a sex offender after being released from jail we have possibly say the person or persons from becoming a victim of a crime a us marshals help track down point dexter who was allegedly using library computers library computers to buy more victims wsb news time is four thirty three were about three minutes away from a weather and traffic update the president of the florida state senate denounces passage of a new school safety bill and response.

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"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Starts now at one thirty i'm mark alewine live from the wsb news center the president makes headlines before heading overseas from abc news i'm brian clark president trump's on his way to davos switzerland for the world economic forum but he had plenty to say before leaving the white house including the possibility of a path to citizenship for dreamers the undocumented immigrants brought to the us as children we're going to move into going to happen what is over and over a period of ten to twelve years somebody has a great job and worked hard it gives incentive to do a great job he also said he'd be willing to sit for an interview with special counsel robert muller it also denied ever asking deputy fbi director andrew mccabe who we voted for there's lots of discussion in washington about the fbi as the republika chair of a house committee claims to have a shocking evidence now the justice department wants to see that evidence says abc's andy field house intelligence committee chair devon nunez claims he has a secret memo showing shocking political bias of the fbi for the justice department's pushing back saying he should share that evidence with prosecutors before making any claims public there are reports that memo claims there is proof the fbi illegally spied on the trump campaign with so far no public evidence brian clark abc news legislation to be introduced onto the gold dome could ultimately lead to a consolidated transit system for metro atlanta.

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"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Degrees at one thirty six i'm mark alewine news 955 and am 750 wsb depend on it mm the more you listen though although though is brian kilmeade care what what circles how long this is why muscle the gimme hillary clinton as a champion for women's rights she should have been on the forefront of us tim kaine cannot this morning and said you know there's no excuse for that i'm not completely sure what was going through a had right now she's not running for reelection or election at this point and you can only be praised for making a saint like that and last night let's giving a speech and i wish they come from our own now at that time uh that is jessica tarlov a democratic strategist upset that hillary clinton five days to condemn harvey weinstein and is yet to give back the money they give the clinton foundation or her personal campaign of the dnc that you support of whether thing called bundling we're going to talk about that as well as other president seems to have gotten it a somewhat of a symbolic win over the nfl and we also going to be talking about the expectation of decertification of the iran deal and north korea and where the presence chances to go to the dmz in a few weeks after he visits china joining us now someone who will not be going with the president to china this is has she wants me introduce kennedy i will not be going brian i've i made the decision notified alerted with the travel however i'm going to stay here and that pilot to ship that is the ss kennedy which is your life and tracked okay which include you social life and asked him right it's all itself folded in like a a well blended batter right first off i should say this is one of the kinds of things it's ever been done for me after hosting the eleven o'clock show kennedy was watching the yankee game realising they probably didn't have dinner or certainly was look up for snack without herat deception yes 100 percent she came to with with tupperware any was shrimp and rice nra it was unbelievable umeda for your family yes you had some extra indeed and you brought it for me of course the.

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"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To partly sunny high 84 low 65 wsb stormtracker radar checks clear temperature on peachtree street fifty seven degrees at one eight i'm mark alewine news 955 and am 750 wsb depend on it hard to argue that it was a bad moved away it was done at that genes comey didn't deny it we're gonna talk about that hi everyone brian kilmeade here the breakawy joe coming your way this hour doug schoen to be joining us to democratic strategist who calls alike he sees it and i think that's very valuable in these times and at at the bottom of the hour we do guardian company which is the number one show a ball television business news shows and we do a simulcast with them on the up on f tbi end so look forward to seeing us there but you could always see us on facebook live by keeping my two if you wanna where the podcast that i know you do you go to brian kilmeade show dot com and you can do that so let's get to the big three brian's big three what is it with and what really what is it with james colmey hillary clinton blamed james colmey said steve bannon fire who've firing james comey the way he delays president trump did was a single stupidest thing to do dumbest thing to do to quote him exactly in modern politics and now we find out that lindsey graham one's going to be back in front of him saying he lied to his senate judiciary paddle we're gonna talk about colmey numbered zoo worrintary sixteen years later with seven thousand dead out of the two thousand nine hundred ninety six it lost their lives and not eleven two thousand one are we winning the war on terror fighting this terrorists are we truly winning i say yes here at home but others have to wake up poor it's got to get bad again number one trump changing his approach ready devote he's devote ease and steppers by his battles and foes as kelley pump pale sessions and more begin to shield their boss for the first time you once improve it just think about this what's a one of the refrains we heard about donald trump right away well he's not right with the you know he was.

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"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Starts now 1230 i'm mark alewine lives on the wsb twenty four hour news center cbs news special report the state department says one american received minor injuries said today's van attack and barcelona thirteen people were killed and scores hurt i saw one with sought goals we we here controls whether it was the place of iron in the room cbs's debra pata police lives quickie sealing off the area and ushering people to safety as they went doortodoor searching for the gunmen stores in subway stations were shut down authorities say police killed five attackers south of barcelona to thwart an attack using explosives belt that's former fbi assistant director ron huska there is no cost effective way to secure every sidewalk in a major said there is no wicket harden targets that are high concentration areas what we're always going to be vulnerable cbs news special report i'm pam coulter defending his comments from earlier in the week about charlottesville virginia president trump lights up his twitter feed with attacks against members of his own party but at county district attorney danny porter is leaning porter deathpenalty prosecution for one of two teenage murder suspects accused of torturing and killing an elderly couple abrazen flascher stands on the front porch of a johns creek home exposing himself to a teenage girl and her little sister but if the rains high school students will have grief counselors available when they returned to campus on friday the day after a teacher shot himself in a classroom baseball braves beat the rockies in denver tend to four aaa scranton worked barry over gwinnett at.

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"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mark alewine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And dependable weather forecast through the overnight early morning hours an isolated shower possible low temperature seventy two to start the day at an eighty nine tuesday after will be partly cloudy with an isolated shower storm possl in the afternoon and evening your h ansett thirty per se on wednesday partly cloudy low 73 high ninety one just a twenty percent chance of a stray shower storm wednesday afternoon and evening and then on thursday mostly sunny dry and a high of ninety three seventy eight degrees on peachtree street at 135 i'm mark alewine news 955 and am 750 wsb depend this is the first time that the public has seen in black and white on the email fred clear evidence that the russians and particularly there was a russian government effort to try to undermine clinton help trump and what was remarkable was you saw not only willingness but actually the glee from the president's son as well as involvement and campaign manager in the president's soninlaw essay in effect yes bring it on senator warner odd talking about the meeting and the email chain that's been out in public and they'll find out more people in there all problematic problematic they didn't come clean on everyone was there but having said that i i just i don't know where this goes of donald trump just pre is tweeted this out most politicians would have gone to a meeting like the one done junior attended in order to get into an get informed an opponent that's politics exclamation point joining a sale mannino's no one can tell me about politics he does note nodal he senior political analyst of the washing examiner resident fellow at the american enterprise institute and longtime co author of the almanac of american politics fox news.

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