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"mark fisher" Discussed on KTOK
"We're going to see the the same kind of back and forth that we just saw, for example, from Southwest Airlines, where first they said they were going to resume serving alcohol on their flights, And then just days later, they scrapped that plan because they saw how help but poorly some passengers were behaving in the air these days, So there's going to be a back and forth. We're seeing it in hotels. We're seeing it in transit systems. And I think one of the main places will be seeing it as an entertainment venues and bars and restaurants in concert halls, Movie theaters, They really are caught. They don't know exactly what they can safely let go of. And yet I hear from a lot of people that they're just picked off by some of these restrictions. For example, at Nationals Park Baseball Stadium here in D. C. They put in these touchless dispensers for the condiments, replacing the old bins where you could kind of reach in and get a spoonful of onions to put on your hot dog. They replaced that with these machines that put down a huge plop of ketchup or mustard. When you waved your hand under it, and fans went crazy, they said they didn't have operated and it was ruining their hot dogs because it was too much stuff. Coming out of the machine. And so finally the team said, Okay, forget it. We won't do the touchless think anymore, so there's gonna be a lot of back and forth. You know it's up to. I mean, in all of these cases, it's our local public health experts who are making these decisions without some type of big national rule or something. It really is going to be down to being done at the local level. And even at the individual business level, I talked to some folks from the National Restaurant Association and they're telling their members, you can go back to printed menus. You don't have to do the temperature checks, And yet many of their members are deciding to kind of violate that recommendation and go ahead and continue to have those restrictions in part Sometimes because they don't have the staff that they had before the pandemic, and so they don't have somebody who can rewrite the menus and print them out, and they don't want to pay for that. So it's going to be a mix of motives here was not just about safety. It's not just about curbing the spread of the virus. It's also about what he's individual businesses have been hit so hard can afford going forward. Mark Fisher, senior editor at the Washington Post. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. Don't forget to join us on social media at daily Dive pot on Twitter. Daily dive podcast on Facebook. Leave us A comment. Give us a rating and tell us the stories that you're interested in. Follow us and I hard radio or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Oscar Ramirez. And this is the Daily Dive weekend edition..
"mark fisher" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Year old girl stated his parents put him in some kind of hospital and he ran away from it one day at the train station i saw him. He dyed his hair so no one can find him. I said what's going on. And he goes no way. Are they going to look me up. I'm not crazy. I was like i never said you were crazy but maybe you need help with drugs. He said do not and then started yelling coming closer. I talked my way out of it. I think ricky stopped living an eighth grade mark fisher. Seventeen years old said. I've known ricky since sixth grade first time. He tripped and seventh grade and art class. He had drawn dragon on the board and said it started to move first time. Ricky got in trouble was eighth grade. He stole a container of hoc- from the church. Kinda ironic that he ends at worshiping satan and start stealing from the church tony's incas nineteen years old. Said there's a power trip in satanism. It says now you can strike back at the people that screw you up. The doctor said kay so was antisocial. Wrong antisocial mean sitting in a corner at a party sociopathic means robbing graves. One teenager said ricky. Took everything. Just like jim morrison. The younger crowd was impressed by what he did about six months ago. He started going to the south bronx with a friend of mine. He used to drive in get dusted and drive back. After two months they finally crashed. My friend's car. They were all dusted out. Rick found other ways to get into the city. I told ricky do too many drugs. You'll be dead soon. He said yeah. That's exactly what i want. I said boy at your choice. Ever since then. I stopped hanging out with them because he would go to cemeteries and hang out. Smoke ten bags of angel dust and try to get in touch with the devil chanting satan satan satan. He was a drug fiend. And that's all he was again mark fischer says rookie was of the devil. When he was on acid he go back into the dark woods and he would talk to the devil he said. The devil came into the form of a tree which sprouted out of the ground and glowed. I tried to question him about it but he said i don't like to talk about it. People think i'm nuts. A girl known as baker sixteen years old said when the dust came to town. Ricky and the guys used to go down to the graveyard and they'd tape themselves tripping on acid and peyote and dust. They thought the devil possessed the tape and there were all these. You know different voices. Teenager number two says ricky and this dude. Where's my car. And they were like we're trying to get this call going going to the library to read up on some books we want your mother to be the latter of it see. My mother has these powers. She raises tables. We've talked to jim. Morrison through a table mark fisher again says it met ricky. He was just one of the nicest people you'd ever meet. After he smoked seven packets of dust we were having a regular conversation. Meanwhile this other guy who smoked with him was in a complete psychosis making animal movements. Karate moves the police were here and the policeman says you don't step on our toes we don't step on moore's ricky would take ten hits peyote and a night. He would take three ten minutes later. Take another three and two hours later. He take more. He'd figured it out in his mind. How to take the most without odeen recap the acid king. He talked to my girlfriend. Wants on the phone and she said. Do you have a girlfriend. And he said no. I'm not into relationships. They never last. That's pretty heavy rolling. Stone caused this girl. The soft hearted girl. Fourteen years old. The closest person raking he'd say in the clubhouse all the time ricky was sweet he needed help. I talked to him for hours and hours during the night. He didn't hate his family but he blamed them for a lot of things on the night before he had to go to court for digging up the grave. He stayed here in the morning. He went home and his father wouldn't let him take a shower or eat. Wouldn't let him in the house after court. He left him off in front of the midway store. Ricky asked for a quarter. He wanted a bagel but his father said no so ricky kick the door of his father's red corvette and in his father left and came back half an hour later gave him two dollars and told him never to call. His house talked to his mother or sisters again. He never wanted to see ricky again Fisher again says when he moved back home for a while he started scaring his parents because he wrote some songs about satan. He talked about doing. His drug deals openly saying mom. I'm going down to get a few hits of peyote. I'll be back for dinner. His parents got fed up with it. It wasn't just the catch up on his wrists. He put ketchup on his wrist and called down to his mother. See what you made me do. His mother ran up the stairs and he started laughing at her when she realized it was only catch up rolling stone labels this girl the pace nick girl sixteen years old. She says ricky sang me this song that he wrote on guitar. It was something like a child of the devil he put on. These weird is and make this weird smile about it. It was cute though the way he did it. So that's what people had to say about ricky. Now this is what people had to say about jimmy. Rolling stone calls this girl. Prep stir girl and she said jimmy he was always kind of wild always doing strange things. When he was seven he took the hook on a swing set. You know how the chain hooks onto the he took it into his mouth on top of the a frame and jumped off. It gave him a big scar on his face. At the ninth grade dance they played monster mash for him because he had so many scars on his face..
Trump pressures Georgia top election official to 'find' votes and overturn Biden victory in phone call
"Start then with the Washington Post newspaper because they have made public a recorded telephone conversation in which President Trump is heard putting pressure on Georgia's top election official to overturn his defeat in the state. President elect Joe Biden won the state 11,779 votes. Now, in the hour long call between Mr Trump on Brad Raffles Burger, Georgia's secretary of state, Mr Trump made a number of unsubstantiated claims of vote rigging. I mean, they noticed him to find the one extra vote that would give him a victory. Well, I want to do is this I just wanna find 11,780. Votes, which is one more that we have. Because we want to say so. So tell me. Red. What are we going to do? We won the election and it's not fair to take it away from us like this. On. It's going to be very costly in many ways. Well. The conversation on Saturday was seen as the latest step in an unprecedented effort by a sitting president to pressurize a state official traverse the outcome off an election. As I said it was The Washington Post that got hold of the recording, and I've been speaking to Mark Vicious Sr Editor of the newspaper. His extraordinary in that a sitting president of the United States is putting pressure on state officials to as he puts it, re calculate the vote find him enough votes to win an election that he lost at the same time. It is entirely predictable and very much in concert with the way Donald Trump has behaved throughout his life. When things do not go his way, he will do anything to avoid being tagged as a loser. It's a long conversation he's having with Fellow Republican Brad Reference Burger, the Georgia secretary of state, talk us through what he says how he appeals to him and what he's asking him to do. He pushes him more or less the way we might expect a mob boss to push his underlings in a Hollywood movie about Organized crime. And he's asking the chief elections official in that state to negate the voice of the people who voted there and come up with new numbers based on a bunch of species conspiracy theories, Trump repeatedly and almost in coherently spelled out that votes had been destroyed or elections machines had been stolen or destroyed. And the Georgia official the secretary of state wrappings Burger, who his Himself a Republican, pushed back at every turn and said, No, Mr President, This is not true. This did not happen and what he's asking. Find him, 11,000 or so. Votes. Now that demand in itself is that illegal? Well, it's certainly illegal to tamper with the results of an election. And he's asking for exactly that. Is the president on the phone call committing a crime by making the ask. That's certainly for lawyers or eventually, a court to say. But there any number of voices in both parties who are now saying that president has committed acts here that are worth investigating, and perhaps worth bringing criminal charges. Highly unlikely that that would happen, But nonetheless, there's a great deal of upset. We're seeing an enormous amounts of attention paid to this story. And this is a president issuing threats I know from having written his biography that back when he was a businessman, he routinely made these kinds of threats that he would bring lawsuits against intense people that he would bring them up on criminal charges that he would make their lives difficult or impossible. So this is his pattern, but to hear it on tape from sitting president His number less shocking. I'm here. He has a couple more weeks in office. It looks as though on the basis of this recorded conversation. He isn't going to leave office quietly. Well, we don't know whether he will actually relieve the White House on January 20th, as the law requires him to do. He has always said that he will certainly leave if he loses. But of course, he's not admitting that he's lost if you look at these pattern in life When he does lose in a big way. He tends to slink away steaming and foaming and fulminating. And just as we watched over these last couple of months, so he will go down fighting. He always does. But when push comes to shove, he tends to just go away. Now this is a historic moment. Whether he will have to be asked to leave. The building will simply have to wait and see. Mark Fisher, the senior editor of the Washington Post. And just to let you know that since the third of November vote, of course, Mr Trump has been alleging widespread electoral fraud without providing any evidence. 50 states. All of them have now satisfied the election results. Some of the recounts and legal appeals, and so far the U. S courts have rejected 60 challenges to Mr Joe Biden's win and Congress is due to formally approve the election result. In just two days time.
"mark fisher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Around the large plots of land in downtown Indianapolis that around by by the state. I think that only goes to, uh, enhance the city. And so we would encourage those partnerships. Mark got just a couple seconds left here about final question for you, my friend. How optimistic are you folks that you can get the chambers agenda through Because sometimes your biggest obstacles are the Merrin County delegation. Yeah, well, luckily, I mean, we're going to find areas of common interest. You know, the liability protections is, you know that's going to be a top priority. Um, you know, looking at work share opportunities. I think that there's more in common than sometimes you. You may think, but certainly there gonna be some of those challenges and you're right. It's Always a knish you when? When you're dealing with a Legislature of 150 people, and you get this a lot. Where? Hey, we don't want to vote on Indianapolis issues. Okay, well, then give us home rule like Whoa, You can't go go too far there. Um, but you know, it is often times where, uh, legislative not from Indianapolis will look to those legislators that are from Indianapolis for guidance on how they should vote. And so, um, you know, it's not a unanimous A delegation. Um, you know, I think a lot of talk about the world have been divided tends to be that the rural communities a little bit more homogeneous and the metropolitan areas with you know, you couldn't be in a you know, you know, multi million dollar condo on the top of the Conrad and then on a working farm in the 15 minute drive. We have a lot of different development times. We have a lot of different demographics. And so I think that is our strength of the community. But certainly that creates some division and our delegate. Nation. And the more the more cookies of our delegation, the better off we'll be. But oftentimes that is, as you've noted, not the case. All right. Well, I guess it has been a good friend Mark Fisher from the indie chamber. Just like didn't cut up a lot of things related to the city. Annapolis in the chambers. Well, mark, my friend is always thank you very much. Me with us. Always good to talk to you, sir. Always great to talk to you as well. I'll go. Thank you..
"mark fisher" Discussed on KGO 810
"But both with him lying in state here in Washington as well. Was the ceremonies to tell her and you know, he it's it's worth reminding ourselves that in a country that's this divided their people as devoted to what he stood for, as there are who are devoted to the Trump message, and Onda. Actually, there are people who believe in both. And then that's one of the curious things about this country that people can feel drawn to both of those kinds of men, both of those kinds of messages. And last story that kind of ties it all together. You guys, I think this was the most remarkable piece in the Martian imposed today was The interview with an 88 year old man and an historical rarity. He's the living son of a slave. We always think of slavery's being something so disconnected so part of the distant past. This man's father was owned by White Americans. That's Incomprehensible, right? It really is. It's just one of those strange flukes. Where somebody you know who was who was a child. It was a slave as a child. Um, you had had a child himself related life. And so if you do the math, it is technically possible. And it did happen. And now you have an elderly man who is indeed the son of a slave. And it just shows you how close we are to that time, you know? You can spin that either way and say, Look at the extraordinary progress the society has made since then, where you can say, you know, we haven't come far enough. But whatever your view is on that it does kind of create intimacy with that experience that we rarely think of. Reminds me of the time this physicist told me that the corks that were created at the Big Bang. If he had a microscope, you could look in your hands and they would be in your hands and I said, I just washed my hands, He said then that Mark S Oh yeah, we'll keep our fingers crossed with baseball. I don't want the season and I would love to find a way to do it. On the other hand, I feel in some ways that's you know, it's entertainment for us at other people's expense. I guess it's a balance. You be? Well, stay safe. We'll talk again soon. Thank you so much. Yeah, That's senior editor of The Washington Post. Mark Fisher joining us here on KGO coming up. Should the San Francisco church get sued for spreading covert. That's next. Big Mac Chicken McNuggets, No Big Mac and quarter pounder with cheese or filet O fish. You'd be doing the same thing.
"mark fisher" Discussed on KGO 810
"It's it it really is like a call for your long road crash that everyone can't stop talking at and so that that's not going away and he actually you know the crowd loves it and so as as as absurd as it seems and as just lacking in gravitas and lacking in the stature of the office the people in the audience were absolutely enchanted our headlines here within a senior editor were suppose mark Fisher you guys so that's another story breaking right now more trump staffers have come down positive call the nineteen and I guess the last or you have on the front page your digital section today which damn you scares the hell out of me it's as boring a landslide election night might not yield a result in the White House race let's hope not let's hope I'm I mean again you know I have a lot of friends as I mentioned before you know that are are Republicans and I even I know them they don't even want it everybody wants this thing that's move on but well that's true but the you know the fact is that unless there's some miraculous change in the virus which is not going to be we're gonna have a lot of voting by mail in November a lot and you can't count mail ballots in one evening and so there's going to be a long drawn out process in many states you have some states reporting before others so the results on election might look very different from the final results so there's all kinds of opportunity for mystery of all kinds of opportunities for people to spin things that turned out to be false down the road and and yet if you look back just twenty years ago in two thousand that we had an election that took months to resolve and everybody it was fine I mean people made out of like the result in the middle of like the rules of court played but was accepted by the people and the administration charged forward but something al gore I'm I have to I mean you know they want to look back on and that's a little bit different but great great digital other great date of it to be digital subscriber to The Washington Post a great stuff there check it out once the post dot com mark thank you so much to be well take yourself right it is a flushing out again senior editor of The Washington Post mark is coming up when do you need to wear a mask and how safe or elevators that's next on KGO since work from home is the new normal it's.
"mark fisher" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Three thousand word piece today written by two people mark Fisher in Sydney Trent the headline blackface incident at post cartoonists two thousand eighteen hollowing party resurfaces amid protests note can you name the Washington post political cartoonist no you could why would you nobody needs to know who the Washington post's political cartoonist it's it's Tom Coles by the way just I know that because it's right there in the first line of the article this story three thousand words is not recounting how somebody you've heard up wore blackface in two thousand eighteen it's about somebody you never heard of dressed up as to mock Megan Kelly who had just been fired for saying that you know when I was she said quote when I was a kid it was okay as long as you are dressing up as like a character to wear blackface which is true demonstrably trip how many kids out there in the early eighties dressed up as Mr T. for Halloween and that now is everybody going to have to go through their old phone family photo albums and make sure that they destroy any evidence that they ever dressed up like Mr T. for Halloween probably but this story listen to this scene and it tells you how self indulgent it is and how destructive it is this woman has never heard of her before you'll never hear from again but our life is now ruined because two years later somebody decided they wanted another scalp all right every year Tom toles Halloween party draws an eclectic mix journalists and political types from Washington's power elite got their serfs casting but also artists and musicians everyone from retirees to college kids jam small rooms and sprawled across the backyard dancing and gossiping checking out the crowd to see who has the most inventive and outrageous costumes of the two thousand eighteen party at the home of a Washington post editorial cartoonist in addition to several Ruth Bader Ginsburg's in C. everybody's dressed up as Darth Vader Ginsburg because they're all lefties someone dressed as the Muller witch hunt and post columnist Dan of Milbank Dana Milbank came as just confirm Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh complete with a beer dispensing device on his head aren't they just nice thank you take them seriously a middle aged woman named sue Schaefer now you probably didn't know who sue Schaefer was you probably never heard that name before but her life is now in turmoil because two years after the fact this liberal and her Halloween costume Joyce questioned by the woke mom a middle aged woman named sue Schaefer wore a conservative business suit and a name tag that said hello my name is Megan Kelly her face was almost entirely black and with make up Kelly then NBC morning show host had just that week caused a stir by defending the use of blackface by white people not sure she was defending the use of blackface by white people by the quote I read you earlier but whatever so just before heading over to the party J. for a graphic designer and friend of tolls decided to dress is Kelly in black face to marker she said some of the approximately one hundred guests at the home of the cartoonist in the districts American University Park neighborhood said they didn't notice the black face some noticed it and said nothing a few walked up the Schaefer who was then fifty four and challenged her about her costume Gruber who is of Puerto Rican descent and her friend lyric prince who is African American confronted Schaefer directly quote you understand how offensive that could lead to a person of color rivers said according to two witnesses I'm Megan Kelly it's funny favor replied the witnesses said who remembers a scrap two years later the incident which has bothered some people ever since with math wake up in a cold sweat of note two years ago I saw something in a Halloween costume that I couldn't believe it she's on your team she's a liberal but they just want blood would bother some people ever since but which many guests remembered only barely or not at all has resurfaced in the nation wide reckoning over race after George Floyd he didn't resurface it didn't boil up to the top somebody at the post reported on the told people didn't resurface they went and found it and rather than go who is this person Schaefer and never heard of her when was this two years ago now I know I never heard of this person the story no not gonna rated this is not news worthy now it suddenly became newsworthy however felt compelled to revive the twenty eighteen incident last week she emailed tolls whom she never met she goes to the party she is offended by somebody's costume and two years later she feels compelled I feel this compulsion to to tell everybody in two thousand eighteen I attended a Halloween party at your home she wrote I understand you are not responsible for the behavior of your gas but at the party a woman was in blackface she harassed me and my friend the only two women of color and it was clear she made her costume with racist intent the only two women so you you do you want around to check the ethnicity of everybody in the room who are the only two women of color Robert a twenty seven year old management consultant twenty seven so two years ago she was twenty five why she hang around with a bunch of fifty year old at a party a twenty seven year old management consultant told told that the incident had called weighed heavily on my heart it was apparent in agreed yes she asked him to help her identify the woman we must he must fight I need to know who this woman was you must be destroyed and this other guy instead of just blowing off the email said all right we will find her and we will kill her quote after the killing of George Floyd in the protest I began reflecting more on this incident Gruber said in an email seeking post coverage of the incident well mission accomplished there I wanted to know who this woman is what impact does she have on society I think this is an important story that a party full of prominent people in Washington welcomed a person in blackface danced and drank with her and watched in silence as she harassed two young women of color god she sounds insufferable never hi is births and effort thank you just wouldn't review terribles a lawsuit waiting to happen prince thirty six African American woman a science writer art critic and artist once Schaefer to explain publicly why she did what she did you already know why she did what she did she told you that night but these leftists they want blood these little activists what kind of thirty six year old hangs around the twenty five year old just asking there's more to this story and the inevitable conclusion they got their scalp we'll get to in a second but first I'm here to let you know that cosmetic in advance dentistry of Baltimore is re opened they've been very open for a month now back in business you no longer have to put off getting that million dollar smile you can once again get your smile makeovers veneers 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"mark fisher" Discussed on KTRH
"The need to get back home to do the business and so it really is I think psychologically it's a bridge that a lot of people don't want to talk about because we're comfortable talking about these things but it is holding them back from certain kinds of behavior we didn't see it in big wide open spaces drive in movie theaters before the re opening they're having to figure out how many people can queue up for the bathroom and we're we're going to put those people and people are hiring extra staff to have a very obvious presence of people clean at all times that's just kind of a psychological bomb if you will but it's helpful because people are anxious to speak with mark Fisher senior editor at The Washington Post is pieces called why public bathrooms are a stumbling block for re opening your reference to that at least some businesses are considering like the these no door entries that you might see in what an airport right yeah yeah those kind of S. shaped entrance where you wind your way in because people don't want to touch those public doors they don't want to touch surfaces that other people have touched up particularly when their hands are pressed wet and just cleaned so what we're seeing that people are removing some of the doors when that's feasible were public bathrooms and they're also as you said there you go eliminating some of the urinals and stalls if you're seeing that some sinks are being taped off to create that distance thing but there are there are some very expensive ways of fixing this little ball wholesale renovation and their companies out there that are being swamped with requests from business owners to do that but I think more commonly you're going to see these very quick fixes of tipping off certain areas and the clothes lines down on the floor street so that people know to keep that far apart from each other well you know all the all the sudden these these energy efficient soup a powerful hand dryers they don't require a wasteful paper towels are are on the outs because they can blow stuff around is that the thinking those are perfect germ spreaders and there were people who shied away from them even before the virus came along but now you're seeing a whole cell movement away from them in a return to good old fashioned paper towels thanks mark mark Fisher senior editor at The Washington Post thirteen minutes now after the hour.
"mark fisher" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Alert good morning I'm Gordon deal along with Jennifer Christian god it is Wednesday may twentieth thanks for joining us here's what's up this our state of emergency has been declared in Midland county northwest of Detroit to after two dams breached from heavy rains the worst flooding expected this afternoon the trump administration has declassified an email from former national security adviser Susan rice your help the political sites are reacting more government lockdowns are easing which means some good news for beach goers in places like Rhode Island and Virginia we'll have the latest ten white public bathrooms remain a stumbling block as cities and states lift restrictions even as governments are saying it's okay to come back in the water there are a lot of people who are hesitant and one of the reasons they're hesitant to give when you go out of your home you are inevitably after some hours going to have to use somebody else's facilities in public bathrooms with other people mark Fisher at The Washington Post on businesses scrambling to make sure customers feel comfortable using bathrooms away from their own homes two dams in central Michigan have collapsed following heavy rain leading to evacuations governor Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency for Midland county and sit downtown Midland could be under nine feet of water by this afternoon the city is about eighty miles north of the capital of Lansing the governor last night said parts of the city of Midland and Dow chemical had been or were being evacuated due to the breaching of the Eatonville and Sanford dams tens of thousands of people are potentially affected by flooding along the tenable wasi river please do not hesitate go stay with a friend or relative or get to one of the shelters now several dams upstream of Midlands had either been breached or we're releasing water uncontrollably after four to seven inches of rain fell Sunday and Monday ms Whitmer said.
"mark fisher" Discussed on KGO 810
"About the year five thirty six will help get a lot of references to five thirty six in the newspaper on the radio but if all of earth's went dark for a year because of the volcano eruption and there was no loose on for a year and there was war is resolved there was past ones as a result there was all kinds of disease and and large portions of people other stuff right and we're all descendants of the ones who survived and so you know if you take the longer view you can get a little bit more optimistic but obviously there are all kinds of very immediate political and and health issues that the government is really serious and they can you know we all of us to despair in the in the darker moments in the church of mark Fisher right here we don't I've talked about this in Philip opposite me as a national correspondent for the post and you know I mean I've known you a long time and I know Philip for awhile and you know we talk about just the the pit in our stomach can okay you go I mean I try to read everything I can on this and you know and some of the stuff I go through and and I'll say okay right now and then I'll read exactly how this thing works and what it does to some people and some people that have been all compromised systems I have friend die who was you know an alcoholic you need his system was all beat up and he was you know two years three years younger than me and he went five days and you know so I mean the I. A. it it does happen you know and and it's it's it's real but we are you know I mean when when I get emails of people going you know you're going to die something I go yeah hi we are all aware of that but it doesn't have to be this right now I don't know I am I. I hope that we spend the next few months preparing for the winter if it is bad in the fall winter and we're ready for it you know and the people learned in the social distancing thing but this was a good trial run despite the fact we're gonna lose over the summer maybe ninety thousand people before the summer's over hopefully not but you know I'm not I'm not encouraged but what the president's done so hopefully smarter minds will prevail in the governorships of the states and and this won't be you know hopefully and thankfully not every state has run center dissenters in and and is in the seat I still laugh at that one of the first three things that were opened up in Georgia or massage parlors I was like really in a while mark thank you as always buddy appreciated you stay well right okay you too thanks bye again that's senior writer The Washington Post mark Fisher I know mark on the twenty five years and just really smart guy and I love the fact that you know that he's again it's not all doom and gloom from these guys the really smart ones like him and I'm sure I have no doubt he read three books on the Spanish flu looking for positive side step pull through and you know I'm positive too it's not gonna wipe us out we're gonna get through this but you know the combination of the economic impact of the loss of life is heartbreaking all right would you like to talk about it thunderous eighty eighty eight ten I want to hear your thoughts are you a little optimistic can you find some some light and all this darkness good I also eighty eighty eight ten four one five eighty eight ten eighty eight ten is the way you text me and your ticket you're ready dot com children in place isn't always easy you're going stir crazy may we suggest our nightly John Rothman show our evening began and Peter so shells comfortable study where the candle light was just right hi fi I was in the background on the wine was delicious but which wine pairs best with John it's not what you drink but how much to drink how about some champagne now wonderful now but that usually sheltering place children the Roffman Y. sixty nine on KGO a task which should be fun all right while we wait for normal to return please sometime soon there's things you got to pay attention to and your home is one of them if you're stuck in there for a lot of you that are still in and sheltering in place we look around and you think yourself well I'm gonna work on some stuff here but there's some things that need work that maybe you can't see termites termites lots of extra my swimming season after the rain we had they're coming out and they're hungry in your home is food if you own a home in California sooner or later you're going to get termites so Pacific coaster might is an essential business and they are open and operating right now during this challenging time for all of us I know these guys because they've been in my home or they do it right they really do I've I've owned a lot of places and I've dealt with a lot of termite people for this is a third generation business they got it right licensed professionals that know exactly what they're doing or Pacific coast termite they're up to date with the very latest safety equipment all the social distancing guidelines that you need if you call right now you get a free inspection that's free they struck and that's what I love about this come out your home and they go up no termites how did not do a dime and if you do have termites it's against the A. ten percent off promotion KGO it is really it's not that expensive they do we found some termite up in my attic it was pretty dire our system is A. mazing Lee affordable and the phone number eight hundred seven two two four three four two is a hundred percent XO call them up and get that free termite inspection even thinking about there's no fumigation by the way if you need termites that to be done with you got to get him you have to leave your home yeah you have to back your food your pets get to stay there.
"mark fisher" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"mark fisher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show so the the intrepid reporter mark Fisher Washington post senior editor the author of trump revealed he he has a a tweet today here is the tweet Scott McMillan a fifty six year old lawyer tweeted that it's more vital to revive the economy than to save people who are not productive like the elderly and infirm so I called his parents okay so he's a lawyer he expressed public policy position that is really unpopular in my opinion wrong and you called his mom like this is absolute journalism in the highest quality a Rando setting you don't like to call his mom me as a reporter for The Washington Post wow are your listings I trust them so much I trust those U. K. experts revise our initial estimate down from five hundred ten thousand deaths to twenty thousand deaths over the course of one week and the estimate from corona viruses spread from twelve months to two weeks I'm like the peak is gonna happen I I trust all experts I trust him so much I thank you so much I trust our journalistic experts to bring us nothing but truth I trust the what does democracy dies in darkness guys you are if this is what the article says he urged saving the economy over protecting those who are not productive from the corona virus then he faced America's wrath Scott McMillan had had it with being cooped up but the whole country being closed but the collapsing market in the isolation the constant worry the politicians who didn't take one very seriously when I could have on Sunday night McMillan a fifty six year old where and when they say California near San Diego stop president trump's tweet about how we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself the lawyer took to Twitter to add his own two sons he tweeted the fundamental problem is whether we're going to take the entire economy that's a two point five percent of the population which is one generally expensive to maintain and to not productive okay well that is a very poor way of putting this thing because number one all we don't want any of those old people to die and number two he's he's expressing basically you have to take everything into consideration but in a very bullish way I mean that that that would not be the best way to describe what he's doing and he's saying that obviously every public policy is a balance is the same thing that happened with lieutenant governor of Texas Dan Patrick people are expressing the need to balance priorities in the dumbest possible way but the overall point which is that obviously public policy takes into account both the risks to human life and the rest to economics which again is real life for millions of millions of people are waking up with a job today right that that is a that is a thing that we have to take into account now he puts that negotiate into the Washington post calls mommy seriously people called him a liberal and a white right wing not even a **** they friends live with his family's home polite people told me about their elderly parents to teach their grandchildren Latin music and produce more happiness in their golden years and most working people do in their entire careers I mean people are not transfer involved a full array of lawyer jokes when lingering in the Holocaust to convey just how awful that no one was from playing that old or infirm people should be put aside to allow America to get back to work McMillan told The Washington Post and not a cold hearted monster nature does this every so often wipes out a bunch of us but no one was not the first person to express the idea it's more important for the country to get back to work and it is to do everything possible to protect the elderly and the infirm and the anxious political and personal struggle between doing whatever it takes to avoid it we can sometimes leave a virus and doing what is needed to revive a suddenly dormant economy big nose we became a lightning rod so Washington post immediately jumped into the story instead of saying this is a random dude on Twitter was a dumb thing instead the Washington post's decided you know would be great we will call his mom E. because mommy as the blue black roof you're somewhere took down his own tweets took down its website screen his calls was miserable it took as chloroquine antimalarial drug trump kept talking up holding my protection against the virus though there is no evidence that will make you feel like crap the lord is close but he's taking it because he said maybe it does work okay this guy's gonna not anyway ready doesn't have grown of errors in the second quarter clean and so you pick on a guy who seems like his semi naughty and called his parents remain unapologetic on Twitter he wrote that his approach when you like it or not is the analysis will be performed by our political leaders in our medical personnel look at look at Italy he said I don't want to take out the old people I don't want kids coming up today to be akin to depression kids the longer this drags on without people working the worse it's going to be we can't allow our society to collapse over this so here is what the Washington post did in their quest for democracy not dying in darkness Scott's father gimmick Milne's wife he seventy eight because mother Gloria is seventy five there well they are by Scott's measure nonproductive Jim's retired lawyer glories retired high school English teacher I mean especially not productive since February twenty third which is the last time I left their house in San Diego when they went to the LA opera to watch a performance of your DJ well well the last time except for ten days ago when Jim said he was going to the home depot get a light switch to replace the one that went on the Fritz he said he went out not bother with gloves or masking and he's got by Walmart's looking canned goods you want to call it and his wife yelled at him since Walmart trip it continued their not productive life at home in in actually is watching news it says Gloria given way like to argue about the virus the president pretty much anything they argue about whether they argued about who wins they agree with their son Scott from Delhi too long failed to act they agree with their sons got the president is right to push now to restart the economy and they agree with Scott the businesses should reopen even if it means putting old folks and people with underlying illnesses and other non productive type into quarantine for an extended period so I guess that they called his parents if there's like okay how the hell is that a story The Washington Post voted several thousand words to this several thousand words to this nonsense is well done well done Washington post our journalistic batters in for keeping us informed every.
"mark fisher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"From DSW. sure you know mark Fisher does a nice little that is like a grade ten. read he all yeah yes a nice black teal size of that grass Lori yeah we have to find out is Cinderella's in the house. Rogers is showing is fashions now we are ex think of Carol while mom died lovely lady right yes she wore a lot of print blouses and one of the photos she had on a mustard color plaid blouse and so we do the gap store and I found this plat mustard color but in a floral print that is really good on our. master like I where you where. good morning. I think you can you know when I do sometimes girls if a color really is not celebrating me working lipstick yeah. thank you live state what would be that pop what are you gonna pair that with so we put it with ankle pants and a sling back pumps this one here is is sassy wait is that I think he was going into real estate that. I was kind of things so. our mom. check out these wells I got this bus at forever twenty one and this is a play on what chan war she has on in one of her photos is beautiful green sweater and highly you did you have like a high waisted pants there was a large detail okay and on the bottom in that photo but I I imagine that it was a high wage yeah yeah so I put her in a high waisted jeans yeah from the silver jeans store huge by are you look so cute nature you know what but you said that your because I was thinking the same thing I love this little puffs sleeve action are you talking about I mean I yeah. well I am brown yeah I know where. it's not my favorite for you yeah if you're not as right right and I don't and I'm fuller on the bottom then I am on top so girl this is a wardrobe strategy yeah to add a little dimension on top radiated already got it going on on the bottom radio that's how you worked that trend okay. not having a lot of chest would you still do that as long as the girls are perky this is a low Phoenix you get either get on the right for our have a going on after nine and a half clavicle cleavage and be happy. because in the seventies they do have a lot of low. phase lasts the nobody had the angle just let him may be they were you just is what it is right yeah and so for Cindy our grass now Cindy think us we listen the always in her little pig tails and with polls yeah I mean there are so many photos. any more this is all just to win revisit that out to you my name that I want to say something.
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"From DSW. sure you know mark Fisher does a nice little that is like a group rate ten. he all yeah yes a nice black tee size is that gosh Lori yeah we have to find out is Cinderella's in the house. Rogers is showing is fashions now we have access think of Carol while mom died lovely lady right yes she wore a lot of print blouses and one of the photos she had on a mustard color plaid blouse and so we do the gap store and I found this plat mustard color but in a floral print that is really good. master like I where you where. good morning. I think you can you know when I do sometimes girls if a color really is not celebrating me working lipstick yeah. thank you live state what would be that pop what are you gonna pair that with so we put it with ankle pants and a sling back pumps this one here is is there is the way it is that I think he was going into real estate. I was kind of things so mom. check out these wells I got this bus at forever twenty one and this is a play on what chan war she has on a one of her photos this beautiful green sweater and highly you did you have like a high waisted pants there was a lower detail okay and on the bottom in that photo but I I imagine that it was a high wage yeah yeah so I put her in a high waisted jeans yeah from the silver jeans store if you look at nature you know what but you said that you because I was thinking the same thing I love this little puffs sleeve action are you talking about I mean I yeah. what I am brown there's no way. it's not my favorite for you yeah if you're not as right right and I don't and I'm fuller on the bottom then I am on top so girl this is a wardrobe strategy yeah to add a little dimension on top right already got it going on on the bottom radio that's how you work that trip okay. I learned that. not having a lot of chest would you still do that as long as the girls are perky this is a low Phoenix you get either get on the right for our have a going on natural I'm gonna have clavicle cleavage and be happy. because in the seventies they do have a lot of low. press the nobody had the angle just let him may be they were you just is what it is right yeah and so for Cindy graphs now Cindy think us we listen the always in her little pig tails and with polls yeah I mean there are so many photos. by war this is does. and revisit that out to uniting that I want to say something.
"mark fisher" Discussed on KGO 810
"Little bit of a fact, Heather have more don't swim. That's. Anyway. So we had Mark Fisher off the Marsh post, we're talking about impeachment, and, and we'll, we'll continue that coming up in the ad after the news. Nancy floats. He refused to criticize Trump in France, you had a chance I get it. I don't like it, but I understand it and I respect what she didn't do. That's not what Trump did we've got that coming up in a minute. And then we'll talk about the warriors, minority owner had a moment at the oracle. But right now, this is one of these stories that, you know, this guy and Savante is everywhere else. He has his thing in his front yard, and it's, it's a Nazi symbol, so giant swastika in his yard, and you can see it from above. His name is Steven Johnson. And he, he landscaped it and, you know, like they do at, you know, the ballgame or the crop circle people. Right. This guy maybe he's one of those two but the. It's interesting is apparently, it's a town that has no HOA covenants, which this would be an I, I don't know if they Choate has thing in there. No. Third. Rikers. Right. So anyway, the guy's name Steven Johnson landscape. This giant swastika supporting to SF gate dot com and he said he now he insists the swastika, which, again, you can see it from airplane is not the same symbol embraced by Hillary. But he's wrong. The other one that he's talking about the ashtec thing it goes the opposite way. Is it a baton baton? Okay. Anyway. He says, it's it's a to Tabet and sign that he goes way back before swastikas. We're invented any, and then he goes, he tries to mock the reporter Tibetan reporters, like, no, the reporters asked that anyway. But it's the, the, the other one is exact opposite it faces the other way. Right. It's not it's a swastika. You're not fully anyways Nazi your Nazi. Anybody that will go through that much trouble. You know what I mean? He's a creep. I mean, you know anybody that does this again? I love it in the face, and they're, you know, it's these are media, and I get, I mean, journalists say they're going, regardless of his intention. Most of Johnson's neighbors, reportedly find the symbol, which replaced, the dirt yard offensive and provocative. And they said, you know, if I imagine if you're selling your home next to this guy, you'd be pissed. Oh, absolutely. And I think, you know, neighbors don't wanna frigging look at it or if you know if you're Jewish and you see, or you don't have to be Jewish to be upset by this, right? No, you're not a human being understands history. Should they be able to like, do you think the city should be able to make him? Take it down. Yeah. Oh, that's interesting. I don't know what the laws are. Story years ago that some guy up in up in the north somewhere north bay had a. A Third Reich flag in a German flag from that area in his window with a swastika and the, the neighbors, I got off to look that up during the news. And, and for the may ask you guys, do you think that the does the city of Bronte have any, any push here to make this guy, take this down? I mean. If not if you say you could within what could he put in his long like that? Well, I mean, yeah, I if there's no HOA, I don't know what the laws are. I don't know if you could make somebody do it, although there was a mannequin guy. They did something with the mannequin guy of, in your neck of the woods. Karen and Santa Rosa, remember making mannequins they stepping on that. What if he put a thing of Trump's head in somebody with a gun to it may, I don't know. Right. Would you have it there? Maybe we'll check that out. And we'll talk to you next. That's right after this news here on k GIO. Noon. I'm Nikki medoro. Bart riders are breathing a sigh of relief that the closure of the transbay tube didn't last too long or to forty this.
"mark fisher" Discussed on KOMO
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"Franklin on K G O eight ten do not want to hear from a president who was unwilling to go under oath as a subject of this investigation attack. A report where others so willingly did go under oath. He has no credibility to the state of the evidence will not include his testimony. And so anything he says about it. I think she'd be deemed irrelevant. Hi, Dr Franklin. At the end. Or is it a new beginning the mall report was delivered to attorney general William bar, and it's the end of this two year investigation that has dominated Trump's first two years in office. Joining us right now is senior editor the Washington Post. Mark Fisher, Mark, you know, it's interesting to see the things that have that have developed in just since it's been released listening to everybody. What's your takeaway? Well, we don't really know much of anything at this point. Except for the fact that folks at the Justice department are saying that they indeed not recommends not recommending any more indictments. So this is really the end of that investigation. But that doesn't mean that there won't be further actions down the road from other. Prosecutors federal prosecutors in New York and Washington and northern Virginia. Also doesn't mean that there won't be action on the part of congress where they could congressional investigations are really just getting underway. Just gearing up and very much want to use the material that Muller has collected to determine what they wanna do. So this is far from over. But I think what we'll see in the coming hours and days is the president doing what of his classic pivots where the same investigation that he has derided and attacked for being rigged and conflicted. Any illegal? We'll Eddie minute. Now, become one of great honor and integrity because it didn't indict him. Is it possible? There are sealed indictments. No, we've been told that there are no sealed indictments, and there are no indictments recommended. This is the end of the investigation into the indictments. I'm really fat at fascinates me. Because I Trump junior was going around saying he thought he was going to be indicted, and a lot of people thought they were going to be indicted and a lot of people are going to breathe easier. Sleep well tonight for the first time in a couple of years, but they can't they're not entirely out of the woods. Because as I mentioned there are these other investigations in the southern district of New York in in Washington DC northern Virginia. And so there's there's more coming, but as far as the central question of the president's culpability involvement in anything to do with the Russian. Interference in the election. The most folks seem to have concluded that there's nothing indictable. We'll see what they actually confused about the fact pattern we make learn that as soon as this weekend. Won't there have to be with such a comprehensive report won't have to go to Intel decalcification won't they have to show at the CIA NSA and say is this okay to release? This is all been presented by Muller's people. Obviously, it will be in addition. Looked at by the people at the Justice department, but anything coming out of office would been thoroughly vetted for that kind of really already how how would they vetted if I mean, so you're saying that CIA and NSA where they were brought in during the investigation. No think about that's what I mean. It's like molars people will have done that already. They will take a look at what what they believe is releasable, and what isn't a now with up to Bill bar the attorney general to make that determination. And his folks are saying that they should have that done in a matter of hours. It is interesting to see that Muller was unimpeded for this whole two years and thwarted at any point by anyone congress other than the president refusing to speak to them. Right, right. Yeah. Yeah. That's interesting. So this obviously he could come out and say that Trump was an unindicted co-conspirator, which would be probably the strongest language that would would come out of this, right? But I would not anticipate that because the rules governing the social counselor pretty clear and the Justice department policy has been stated over and over again lately by people like run Rosenstein, and the new attorney general, which is that if they are not indicting someone they are not going to talk about side persons misdeeds. So there will be no at least eight in the public version of this. They will be no discussion of, hey, here's the bad things that these people did they're just not indictable. So that's the kind of material that congress really wants to get some more. And that's the next big flight will be how much of that background material will be forwarded to congress for their investigations. Because there could well be a lot of material on there that does not speak kindly of any number of people the president on down, but doesn't rise to the level of an indictable criminal offense. Smart post senior reporter Mark Fisher with chicken account Keijo. Here's my thought though, I if bar is going to address the nation or notify congress of the special counsels principal conclusions as soon as this weekend. And it's that comprehensive report he must have been looking at it before. I mean, that's the next forty eight hours. I doubt that I think mother give him Muller detail the points. I give him the bullet points or otherwise. How will he be able to deduce that? Well from what we're told. It's not a lengthy report. This this is nothing like I think in the public imagination. This is like the star report or the Watergate investigation where you end up with this massive volume of all kinds of evidence. This is a kind of top line sort of like summation of what they found. It is not a person by person accounting of what each person did or didn't do. So I don't think. These are all these plans for using the mall report is a book and all of that. I think if those go ahead it's gonna be all gonna be awfully sin books. Interesting. So you don't think I'll have anything in there about Manafort or gates or popadopoulos or any of these side figures Seder? For those folks who've been indicted, certainly be a fair amount of detail about them because they've been indicted, but you know, will there be new detail beyond? What was in those indictments were have they already essentially shown us their cards in those indictments that remains to be seen. But it's entirely possible that we won't learn a whole lot from this one last thing here. I just take for example, the Trump Tower meeting, right? The real question. There was did Trump junior tell his father they were going to meet Russians to get dirt on Hillary Clinton. And that's of course, the central question to whether or not the president was part of this collusion with Russia was obvious that everybody else was just whether he was not and and by Trump going up into the tower, Trump junior to to get that information. Whether or not, that's I mean, that's pretty much. It's a crime. You know what he's trying to do. I mean this law specifically says, you know, dealing with foreign powers and US elections. And so I'm wondering like will they explain what will we get an explanation of why there aren't indictments? I wonder you'd probably not it's pretty clear under Justice department rules that so you're not going to be indicted. There's no information publicly released about you or the investigation into you. So that seems unlikely the only way that stuff would come out would be the folks in congress somehow prevail upon the Justice department to hand over all of that background material. That was the answer exactly your question. And then, of course, if it goes to congress leaks. So that's that's how that would come out. But sort of the Justice department agreeing to do that this could well be buried an immersion. Somebody's memoirs ten twenty years down the road. So congress obvious all congress can do is recommend to Justice. If they think somebody should be prosecuted, and then it kind of goes back into that whole wheelhouse again, right? Well, sure, I mean impeachment. I mean right can impeach in. Congress can hold people in contempt and those kinds of things and when you hold somebody in contempt don't you? It's still you send that to Justice and Justice it, right? They may or may not. I mean if they can choose. Yeah. I get you. Okay. It's gonna be a busy weekend. And so we we don't have any idea when bar's gonna make this announcement Saturday or Sunday, but we're hearing that it could be as soon as this weekend not necessarily this weekend, and that would be kind of a top line summary of conclusions. Probably a patriot to that sort of thing. I know you're really busy. I appreciate the time. Mark. Thank you so much. Again, Mark Fisher senior editor of the Washington Post. Yeah. I mean, I think I I those I sense disappointment in his disappointment in your voice as well. I think I think what the lab indictments. I think it's the big question there like I'm on Twitter like following people. And they're very confused about why, you know, Trump saying basically, I fired Comey for two right because the rush thing like, why aren't those things, and is it because I've district is going to be whatever that Komi thing. I've heard pro federal prosecutors say that the president has the right to fire somebody for any reason and the Russian was rush investigation was looking for a conspiracy. Right. And he said, I find him because of that Russia thing that can be interpreted into a lot of different, you know. Wasting excusing. He's wasting his time investigating you. Yeah. You know? I mean, it seemed to me like you said that's classic obstruction of Justice. But I mean, obviously, it's not again like I've said all the time. I just want. Whatever information we can get to be gotten from the mall report. Let's move. I'm not quite that dispassionate about it. But you know, I it's nothing if it's a nothing burger. Trump Tower is a perfect example of that though. But also of the the money laundering, the the the the whole connection the lies the year of lying with Cohen told us they were lying for year about having these back door deals about at Trump Tower while he's running for president. And you know, again, anything less why would Putin what anything to do with Trump? Right. I mean, I think those are the answers that we want. But if it's anything less than collusion or conspiracy. I think that everybody will give him a pass on. I don't know. But I mean, I really do. I think that people are just so itching if not everything else is fine. Well, I mean lay. But no, I mean, there's a lot of there's a lot else that can happen here. I mean, New York state the southern district in a pre ours. Talking about this. You know, that Trump is vulnerable only once he's out of office, right? I don't know. I mean, there's no there's nothing in the constitution. That says that that says that they can't state can't file charges against the president nited states. Okay. We'll see. I guess. No. I mean. Has it ever played out though? I mean if for president if the president went up to New York and shot somebody on Fifth Avenue in and took a plane back. You know, that would be a I mean by leaving the scene and coming to another state that would make it a federal issue. But again, you know, he controls the Justice department at that point. Obviously, I don't know what to what degree. He would do something that would cause him to be impeach eight hundred eighty eight ten you're welcome to to weigh in on this. I will be talking about this big chocolate day. The mother report if you just joined us has been delivered to the attorney general attorney general says he will address congress with this and talk about this weekend talk about the principal conclusions that whatever that means the big news. I guess is that inside this report. There are no more indictments which surprises. And you know, unless there's a reason that I just can't see, you know. I it does sad me to see the Trump junior and Jared Kushner Kushner's, I mean, I know there's a lot of journalists right now that right and and deal with this a lot that..
"mark fisher" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Economic royalist from blame that weight sake the institutions out america what they really complain off it's not we seek proofing away and other words howard schultz keep my name out of y'all punk mouth before i have to take my cane and slap the taste out of it my wife will kick your ass to now go get us an over priced over fat disgusting lot which we will buy grudgingly so that we may use the bathroom at the airport and howard is just an utterly content lewis person like he might wanna make look like he's creating some kind of new synthesis of like all the greatest ideas of the past but like no you picked two pictures off of wikipedia and you said i like this guy i like this guy like it reminds me of capitalist realism by mark fisher i went to paraphrase the end because it's kind of long hair but he wrote the power of capital realism derives in part from the way that capitalism subsumes it could seems all of previous history one affective system of equivalence which in a sign all cultural objects whether they're religious iconography pornography or dusk tol a monetary value funding them all into decontextualize artifacts that's why when hillary cited f._d._r..
Molly Tibbets, Joseph Di Angelo and Cohen discussed on Chip Franklin
"Other news, today a man in the country illegally is the suspect in the murder of university of Iowa. Student Molly Tibbets Twenty-four-year-old Christian Rivera faces a first degree murder charge in the death of the twenty year old who spent time in. Oakland a body believed to be Tibbets was found this morning in an Iowa corn Field district attorneys in California had decided to. Prosecute the alleged Golden State. Killer in Sacramento seventy two year, old Joseph Di Angelo is accused of thirteen, murders thirteen kidnappings during the course of robberies and eighteen rapes in counties in six counties pardon me Ventura County DA Gregg Totten's says having a unified trial in Sacramento was. The best move for the victims and their families we are United. Together and we're going forward with, an unyielding determination to have a. Successful result in this case, included in the charges against the Angelo, are four individual cases of kidnappings. During the course of,
Senate Intel agrees with assessment that Russia meddled to help Trump
"The day before the fourth of july and i know a lot of you guys are feeling that spirit as you head out of town thank you for those that stayed in town simply hear my voice remarkable breaking news let's get right to it the senate intelligence committee has unequivocally upheld the conclusion of the intelligence community that russia developed a clear preference for trump and the two thousand sixteen election and sought to help him win the white house and this is in direct contradiction to nunez and the house intelligence committee and this assessment which is announced in an unclassified summary released today actually that's why it's breaking news represents a direct repudiation of the house so what does all that mean let's ask the president mr president what does it all mean entire thing has been a witch hunt and there is no collusion between certainly myself and my campaign but i can always speak for myself and the russians zero no collusion no obstruction most people know there were no russians in our campaign there never were have you seen any rushes in west virginia or or pennsylvania joining right now a senior editor at the washington post and also the author of trump revealed mark fisher mark what does all this mean well i think it means a lot of republicans in congress and our country are scared and they're scared of two things that some of them in two different directions they're scared of donald trump because they know that he controls the destiny of their party the direction of their party and so they don't wanna step kim far away from him on the other hand they're also scared by their own precarious political position and by the fact of russian meddling they know that russian meddling took place in two thousand sixteen they know that it's happening this year all of.