17 Burst results for "Mary Jo Kopechne"

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That liberals need to keep people feeling rather than thinking and what happened at the red hen restaurant was based out of an anger it was based on personal animus towards people because of their job and it was all emotion it wasn't logic no adult human being should go up somebody i've been i'm a conservative and the lifelong conservative i've been around many many liberals i've worked in the united states senate i was in the room with ted kennedy i didn't boil over with the urge to yell at him and say you killed mary jo kopechne had at chappaquiddick there are just rules in a civil society for decorum and those seem to be blown away and it's exemplified by what maxine waters said today basically go out make sure that they are no they aren't welcome anywhere anytime which is incredible for a member of congress to say i'd expect it from a talking head on cable television but an elected member of congress to their credit though jim nancy pelosi and chuck schumer did offer mild rebukes nancy's was more mild chuck schumer's was was more a better rebuke of what maxine waters did but i tell you as an observer of politics i'm sure you you've not seen something like this before i've seen rhetoric heated rhetoric but i've never seen it advanced so quickly get turned up so quickly come out of nowhere and be based purely on on visceral hatred last a year ago remember we were all talking about how we need to tone down the rhetoric because of what happened to skit steve's gleese at the softball field baseball field in arlington virginia and here we are a year later with nazi comparisons now no longer bringing about the public scorn that they used to and that they should but bringing their being said by quote unquote respectable members of the media and politicians yes quote unquote respectable i it seems as though the difference is and it does for the moment seemed to be largely a left right divide there are exceptions i'm sure at either side of the ideological spectrum but i in at the moment it appears that for the most part we have conservatives telling liberals we believe you were wrong and liberals telling conservatives we believe you are evil and therefore because you were not only wrong but evil therefore all gloves off all restraints are off we are empowered and allowed to do anything we want to and at some point the law is going to have to be invoked here to remind them no you may not but used to be civil society would handle this that we had norms where we just said hey you know what you've gone too far but that's been obliterated in the past few years i would i would trace it back to as i do in the book to when we know now the reason we know the names paris hilton and kim kardashian not to single them out but the i'm not going to get into the details jim but everybody knows what i'm talking about the reason we know their names are certain tapes were released ten years prior that would have sent people that would have embarrassed people that became the key to fame and untold fortune for them we've blurred the line and then we obliterated the line between famous and infamous and now the answer is just get attention in the age of social media it is get as many eyeballs on you as you possibly can it doesn't matter how you do it there is no good attention in bad attention there's just attention and that is really degraded not only society but politics where you can see that people can say the most absurd things and even a light rebuke what what consequence is maxine waters going to face for essentially calling for the harassment of public officials that would be that it will not affect the vote total for her you know slightest she might win by eighty one percent instead of eighty two percent this time but that would be about it one eight six six five zero jimbo's our number one eight six six five zero.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WLOB

"In the book the thesis of the book is that liberals need to keep people feeling rather than thinking and what happened at the red hand restaurant was based out of an anger it was based on personal animus towards people because of their job and it was all emotion it wasn't logic no adult human being should go up somebody i've been i'm a conservative and a lifelong conservative i've been around many many liberals i've worked in the united states senate i was in the room with ted kennedy i didn't boil over with the urge to yell at him and say you killed mary jo kopechne had at chappaquiddick there are just rules in a civil society for decorum and those seem to be blown away and it's exemplified by what maxine waters said today basically go out make sure that they are no they aren't welcome anywhere anytime which is incredible for a member of congress to say i'd expect it from the talking head on cable television but an elected member of congress to their credit though jim nancy pelosi and chuck schumer did offer mild rebukes nancy's was more mild chuck schumer's was was more a better rebuke of what maxine waters dead but i tell you as an observer of politics i'm sure you you've not seen something like this before i've seen rhetoric heated rhetoric but i've never seen it advanced so quickly get turned up so quickly come out of nowhere and be based purely on on visceral hatred a year ago remember we were all talking about how we need to tone down the rhetoric because of what happened to skit steve scalise at the softball field the baseball field and arlington virginia and here we are a year later with nazi comparisons now no longer bringing about the public scorn that they used to and that they should but bringing their being said by quote unquote respectable members of the media and politicians yes quote unquote respectable i it seems as though the difference is and it does for the moment seemed to be largely left right divide there are exceptions i'm sure at either side of the ideological spectrum but in at the moment it appears that for the most part we have conservatives telling liberals we believe you were wrong and liberals telling conservatives we believe you are evil and therefore because you were not only wrong but evil therefore all gloves are off all restraints are off we are empowered and allowed to do anything we want to and at some point the is going to have to be invoked here to remind them no you may not but used to be civil society would handle this that we had norms where we just said hey you know what you've gone too far but that's been obliterated in the past few years i would i would trace it back to as i do in the book to when we know that the reason we know the names paris hilton and kim kardashian not to single them out but i'm not going to get into the details jim but everybody knows what i'm talking about the reason we know their names are certain tapes were released ten years prior that would have sent people that would have embarrassed people that became the key to fame and untold fortune for them we've blurred the line and then we obliterated the line between famous and infamous and now the answer is just get attention in the age of social media is get as many eyeballs on you as you possibly can it doesn't matter how you do it there is no good attention and bad attention there's just attention and that is really degraded not only society but politics where you can see that people can say the most absurd things and even a light rebuke what what consequence is maxine waters going to face for essentially calling for the harassment of public officials i would be that it will not affect the vote total for her you know slightest she might win by eighty one percent instead of eighty two percent this time but that would be about it one eight six six five zero jimbo is our number one eight six six.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WDRC

"Zero one eighty nine ninety nine nationwide number here on schnitt how about justin justin you're next on the program on a friday hello and welcome hey what's going on schnitt just hanging out with the last hour of the show weekend is straight ahead all about the sunshine in the beats this weekend there you go what are you have justin hey the the comment that was made about mccain meeting i mean i look at it as democrat crying over something that they've done in the past not necessarily democrats but liberals far less same thing i it's an example of someone saying something that is in their opinion essentially free speech and they don't like the way it sounds or what was said so justin john mccain i disagree with john mccain plenty but i'm not dragging his brain tumor into the matter listen i i had lots of issues for instance with teddy kennedy and teddy kennedy i think he also died of a brain tumor as well teddy kennedy i despise his politics the fact that he killed mary jo kopechne but even when when when teddy kennedy was dying and hear this i mean i never made fun of his brain tumor i look at someone held says as being vital to them and if someone is going through something terminally fatally then i have sympathy toward that but the fact of the.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on 710 WOR

"These are not good terms be throwing legit legitimate jury we don't have a royal family here in america of course thank god steve clintons are they now and they're finished there's no thank god there's gonna be a queen hillary candidate you the kennedys were our camelot well there are for some of you on the left there are ted kennedy who drown mary jo kopechne it yeah that's a that's a noble act there are dynasties political dynasties and one of them is of course the bush family and they buried a barbara bush on saturday morning i watch some of the funeral very classy very moving very touching all the things the bushes do side from going to war in iraq are generally classy jeb bush spoke barbara bush filled our lives with laughter and joy and in the case of her family she was our teacher in role model on how to live a life of purpose and meaning i know exactly what she's thinking right now jeb keep it short don't drag this out people have already heard enough remarks already and most of all don't get weepy you know and the picture they took of all the former presidents of garish ladies with obviously we senior george bush knew wheelchair just thought it was a wonderful picture made you feel good like you can't we all just get along well obama was there clinton was there george bush junior was their dad trump did not go right milania was sent milania and she looked like she was having a gay old time they're sitting yuck ended up with obama in the byu the point was made that she and obama were exchanging pleasantries and she was smiling and it did not escape twitter users that she doesn't often look that happy in the white house that's all he never looks happy in the white house she doesn't even hold her husband's hand anymore but she and obama they looked like they were big pals but it was a very moving funeral barbara bush has best friend spoke at the funeral home she did this is susan baker the world respects barbara bush is deep passion and great effectiveness and equipping knows who cannot read with the scale the do so her push for literacy was smart strong fun and feisty even sometimes making the headline.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WRVA

"Courage true glenn beck so imagine imagine being the family of mary jo kopechne e so many people in america don't even know that name now shockingly because it had been buried for very long time because of a very powerful family mary jo kopechne a twenty eight year old campaign workers speechwriter for bobby kennedy she was the one that died at chappaquiddick if you don't know the story of chappaquiddick there's a new movie out that you need to see but the story is shockingly told for i think the first time and it's told in a very fair i think and and charitable way but you see this woman clinging to life trapped in a car that has been driven off a bridge by ted kennedy where she survives for three hours gasping for air she's been relegated to a footnote status what's really sad is mary jo kopechne isn't a person she's a thing that happened to ted kennedy that happened to him or happened in his life she's a person and the family is is speaking out now i believe this is their first national interview to talk about chappaquiddick and mary jo kopechne e with us as trajet nelson petoskey she's mary jo kopechne needs first cousin and bill nelson who's mary jo kopechne he's first cousin's son they the co authors of the book are mary jo georgetta bill how are you wow mr banks is really a pleasure i've been a fan for a long time glenn is a wonderful experience to talk with you kind of a footnote in history she was just the girl who died in a car and broke our hearts to lose her it was really sad and and hard to deal with it's my son on you may not be able to hear him a bill do you remember do you remember any of this incident i was born in one thousand nine hundred seventy two so i didn't have the pleasure of meeting at mary jo no okay go ahead but over the time and growing up with my mother of course and knowing about chappaquiddick i went in search for information all the time and i can never find anything about mary joe and that's really why we started to dig through all of the pictures and the letters and the stories and the memories from her friends and we wanted to put together a book for.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WTVN

"Courage true glenn beck so imagine imagine being the family of mary jo kopechne e so many people in america don't even know that name now shockingly because it had been buried for very long time because of a very powerful family mary jo kopechne a twenty eight year old campaign workers speechwriter for bobby kennedy she was the one that died at chappaquiddick if you don't know the story of chappaquiddick there's a new movie out that you need to see but the story is shockingly told for i think the first time and it's told in a very fair i think and charitable way but you see this woman clinging to life trapped in a car that has been driven off a bridge by ted kennedy where she survives for three hours gasping for air she's been relegated to a to footnote status what's really sad is mary jo kopechne isn't a person she's a thing that happened to ted kennedy that happened to him or happened in his life she's a person and the family is is speaking out now i believe this is their first national interview to talk about chappaquiddick and mary jo kopechne e with a sister jetta nelson petoskey she's mary jo kopechne needs first cousin and bill nelson who's mary jo kopechne he's first cousin's son they're the co authors of the book are mary jo georgetta bill how are you wow i'm well how are you.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WLOB

"To invite you to see chappaquiddick portions of our show are brought to you by the new movie chappaquiddick in theaters tomorrow april the sixth fascinating exploration of the way the country reacted to a you know you wanna talk about alleged scandals like facebook how about a real scandal and fascinating fascinating the way they they dealt with the kennedy family and this ghastly ghastly death of mary jo kopechne e fifty years after it happened here's john hey john welcome aboard how are you hello hey i prosecuted maybe fifty homicide cases nearly seven he's tried several thousand defense cases i'm quite interested in shepherd critic i read senatorial privilege and another book and the investigative reporters thought that maybe keti wasn't driving the car because he knew there was a policeman ahead me let mary jo drive the car that was one theory and in fact the movie suggests that he that was he was going to say that at first he was going to say that i wasn't let's say i wasn't driving that she was driving there because there was a police officer that saw the vehicle kind of stuck his face in the woods a little bit and he thought they were having car trouble and he walked up to and they zoomed off and it turned out to be kennedy's car well i in any event to the question is why was he going for ten hours if he wasn't drunk trying to really exactly dying in the car the move you'll be fashioned because as i understand it and i did what i often do with the movie like this when it's a historic event i always look i look it up like i read about it online i want it was this right was this was this guy in this movie and and sure enough everything that was portrayed in the movie is borne out by the facts of this of this extraordinary story and you know it's just got a text from nick on the mypillow dot com text line mike i find it very difficult to believe that a car from the.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WLOB

"To see chappaquiddick portions of our show are brought to you by the new movie chappaquiddick in theaters tomorrow april the sixth fascinating exploration of the way the country reacted to a you know you wanna talk about alleged scandals like facebook how about a real scandal and fascinating fascinating the way they they dealt with the kennedy family and this gas league ashley death of mary jo kopechne e val fifty years after it happened here's john hey john welcome aboard how are you hey i prosecuted maybe fifty homicide cases nearly seventy he's tried several thousand defense cases i'm quite interested in chappaquiddick i read senatorial privilege and another book in the investigative reporters thought that maybe keti wasn't driving the car because he knew there was a policeman up ahead he let mary jo drive the car that was one theory and in fact the movie suggests that that was he was going to say that at first he was going to say that i wasn't let's say i wasn't driving that she was driving there because there was a police officer that saw the vehicle kind of stuck his face in the woods a little bit and he thought they were having car trouble and he walked up to them and they zoomed off and it turned out to be kennedy's car well many event to the question is why was he going for ten hours if he wasn't drunk yes sleep it off exactly dying in car you'll be fascinating because as i understand it and i did what i often do with the movie like this when it's a historic event i always look i look it up like i read about it online i want it was this right was this was this guy in this movie and sure enough everything that was portrayed in the movie is borne out by the facts of this of this extraordinary story and you know i just got a text from nick on the mypillow dot com text line he said mike i find it very difficult to believe that a car from.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You by the new movie chappaquiddick in theaters tomorrow april the sixth fascinating exploration of the way the country reacted to a you know you wanna talk about alleged scandals like facebook how about a real scandal and fascinating fascinating the way they they dealt with the kennedy family and this gas league ashley death of mary jo kopechne e fifty years after it happened here's john hey john welcome aboard how are you hello hey i prosecuted maybe fifty homicide cases nearly seventies and i've tried several thousand defense cases i'm quite interested in chappaquiddick i read senatorial privilege and another book in the investigative reporters thought that maybe keti wasn't driving the car because he knew there was a policeman up ahead we let mary jo drive the car that was one theory and in fact the movie suggests that he that was he was going to say that at first he was going to say that i wasn't let's say i wasn't driving that she was driving there because there was release officer that saw the vehicle kind of stuck is facing the woods a little bit and he thought they were having car trouble and he walked up to them and they zoomed off and it turned out to be kennedy's car well i in any event to the question is why was he going for ten hours if he wasn't drunk really exactly dying in the car move you'll be fascinating because as i understand it and i did what i often do with the movie like this when it's a historic event i always look i look it up like i i read about it online i was this was this was this guy in this movie and and sure enough everything that was portrayed in the movie is borne out by the facts of this of this extraordinary story and you know it's just got a text from nick on the mypillow dot com text line he said mike i find it very difficult to believe that a car from.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"To you by the new movie chappaquiddick in theaters tomorrow april the six fascinating exploration of the way the country reacted to a you know you wanna talk about alleged scandals like facebook how about a real scandal and fascinating fascinating the way they they dealt with the kennedy family and this ghastly ghastly death of mary jo kopechne e veld fifty years after it happened here's john hey john welcome aboard how are you hey i prosecuted maybe fifty homicide cases nearly seven he's tried several thousand defense cases i'm quite interested in chappaquiddick are read senatorial privilege and another book in the investigative reporters thought that maybe keti wasn't driving the car because he knew there was a case manatt behead me let mary jo drive the car that was one theory and in fact the movie suggests that that was he was going to say that at first he was going to say that i wasn't let's say i wasn't driving that she was driving there because there was a police officer that saw the vehicle kinda stuck is facing the woods a little bit and he thought they were having car trouble and he walked up to them and they zoomed often turned out to be kennedy's car well many of the question is why was he going for ten hours if he wasn't drunk yes sleep it off dying in the car you'll be fascinated because as i understand it and i did what i often do with the movie like this when it's a historic event i always look i look it up like i read about it online i it was this was this was this guy in this movie and and sure enough everything that was portrayed in the movie is borne out by the facts of this of this extraordinary story and you know it's just got a text from nick on the mypillow dot com text line he said mike i find it very difficult to believe that car from the.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome back to the laura ingraham show your healthy radio addiction i'm john hinderaker from powerline filling in for laura today i'll be back again tomorrow as well so far we've been talking about the chappaquiddick scandal one that still resonates almost fifty years after the fact and one that is finally really coming to public knowledge inter reasonably comprehensive way long after the fact and in fact well after senator ted kennedy's death that nearly fifty years after the death of of mary jo kopechne and that's due to a new new movie called chappaquiddick i've been talking about that so far this hour and i recommend that you see it it's a good movie i i you know i feel silly describing movie on this kind of a tragic subject is entertaining you know but it is entertaining another words that it moves along the characterizations are good the action is interesting and i'd like a lot of hollywood movie these days it doesn't go on forever i can't i can't get my wife to go to movies anymore because the romantic comedies are two and a half hours lie you know it's like every movie wants to be ben her and it's just it's you know it's too much they need they need editors in hollywood and too often they haven't got but this film you know moves along at a good pace it's very interesting it it may make you angry but you'll be glad you saw and i highly recommend that you that you do see chappaquiddick we are joined now by ned ryan of american greatness net thanks for being on the program.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Terrific terrific enough well i think one of the reasons that the movie is going to not only do well i think that the critics will be okay with it is because you actually stuck really as much as you could to the facts and there's no rumor in this at all so as somebody who studied this from the time that i was younger as a conservative where this is the big thing there's all this speculation about was ted kennedy sleeping with mary jo kopechne egwu she pregnant all of this sort of various things that people speculate because there's so many unanswered questions but the movie really sticks to what you know which i think is is one of the strengths of the film that was the purpose going in to to not take to go right down the center just tell the facts and you know it's an indictment the no no doubt and can't get around that but but i think there's more nuance to the film and and that was the intent and yeah critics responding and people on both sides of the aisle i mean we did three screenings in martha's vineyard that there were incredible and and people just appreciated the care we took with it and you brought up a marriage capacity you know someone that never had a voice through this through fifty years their family had reached out before we made the movie i'd made brief contact and didn't want to be swayed in any way a kind of putting what we had down into the film and so when the movie was finished we connected again and we set up a screening for the family and they were incredibly appreciative it was very difficult to watch obviously but what they loved is that she's portrayed a smart funny and embiid and just you know a real person not just a picture associated with you know a name chappaquiddick and that that entire sequence of what happens to her is so heartbreaking and and just really infuses the rest of the movie because instead of just being okay ted kennedy's just a loss little lamb with family you realize that.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Terrific terrific enough well i think one of the reasons that the movie is going to not only do well i think that the critics will be okay with it is because you actually stuck really as much as you could to the facts and there's no rumor in this at all so as somebody who studied this from the time that i was younger as a conservative where this is the big thing there's all this speculation about was ted kennedy sleeping with mary jo kopechne egwu she pregnant all of this sort of various things that people speculate because there's so many unanswered questions but the movie really sticks to what you know which i think is is one of the strengths of the film that was the purpose going in to to not take to go right down the center just tell the facts and you know it's an indictment the no no doubt and can't get around that but but i think there's more nuance to the film and and that was the intent and yeah critics responding and people on both sides of the aisle i mean we did three screenings in martha's vineyard that there were incredible and and people just appreciated the care we took with it and you brought up a marriage capacity you know someone that never had a voice through this through fifty years their family had reached out before we made the movie i'd made brief contact and didn't want to be swayed in any way a kind of putting what we had down into the film and so when the movie was finished we connected again and we set up a screening for the family and they were incredibly appreciative it was very difficult to watch obviously but what they loved is that she's portrayed a smart funny and embiid and just you know a real person not just a picture associated with you know a name chappaquiddick and that that entire sequence of what happens to her is so heartbreaking and and just really infuses the rest of the movie because instead of just being okay ted kennedy's just a loss little lamb with family you realize that.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KOMO

"On komo news hi everybody sunday morning it's a cold one where you're starting at twenties in many of the outlying areas especially in the south end of the sound eventually partly blue skies isolated showers highs on either set of fifty which is pretty normal for this time of year back to work back to school this week kickoff with a pair of rainy days increasing rain on monday afternoon another round coming through on tuesday that will be the wettest of the week in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell there's a new film about ted kennedy in the scandalous mysterious event surrounding tragic death of mary jo kopechne eight nine hundred sixty nine around the time america was landing on the moon producer and director mark sierra day brings you the movie chappaquiddick it has to be released on april sixth you know marks work for movies like the rookie miracle immeasurable and secretary he spoke with talk show host john carlson kirby wilbur at our sister station five seventy v i about this movie knowing that with the new generation of kennedys in politics it's probably safe to say they are not excited about the release of this feature why a movie about something that happened forty nine years ago we didn't shut out to all of a sudden uncover you know the story behind chappaquiddick it was really a friend of mine a manager here in hollywood called me and you know we recently started an independent film company and we're talking about attracting projects and we have done a lot of true stories in the past and he called a couple of weeks later and he said listen i i i've got a great script that these young writers wrote but you know i have no idea how the town's going.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on Super Station 101

"And the ambulance comes by and they've got mary jo kopechne in the in the back of the ambulance and and the democrats fixed the legal process so that ted kennedy never did pay any meaningful penalty for manslaughter never paid any meaningful penalty for the death that he's so callously caused instead what kennedy did was he pretended that he had been injured in the accident and implicitly this was his excuse for not having made any effort to rescue michika pack when he got out of the car and she didn't and she's at the bottom of pow japan and so he wanted to degenerate sympathy and he wanted a sort of implicit explanation for what the heck are you you know why didn't you try to rescue her and so he pretended that he had suffered a neck injury or a back injury in the accident and he got a neck brace and attended mary jo kopechne is funeral and money attended that funeral he wore the neckbrace as as part of this is this act that he'd been injured and so instead of blaming him for not trying to rescue her we should have we should have sympathy for him and for all the years that have gone by all the years when ted kennedy was honored as liberal lion of the senate the hero of liberals everywhere he knew and leaders of the democratic party knew what really happened to chappaquiddick and they covered it up and that cover up it seems is finally unraveling with the release of this movie and maybe people go back and read some of the books that have been written that folks is a real scandal that's a real scandal and if i were president donald trump anytime somebody tried to share reporter tried to shout a question at me across the white house lot or or whatever you know they're going to do this right you know reporters are going to try to shout questions that president trump about stormy daniels and if i were president shop every time they did that i would respond by starting to talk about chappaquiddick it's a good reminder of what's a real political scandal and what isn't we're going to go to a break and when we come back we're going to be joined by graffman darrell issa.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Roy more is not my connie conservative my county conservative is ted cruz or a governor johnson arm sorry senator johnson in wisconsin or patu may those are my county conservatives i wanna loud proud of conservative that will confront and debate in campaign roy more does not of that stuff uh the guy the guy will be a reliable vote but as far as advancing conservative limited government principles idalmi roy more can articulate in because he doesn't he doesn't have the verbal or gymnastic skills to do it not my kind of a guy if i was in tuscaloosa i'd vote for him because he's a reliable vote and i and i am not voting for a pastor i'm voting for a politician so roy more is not my a guy but the mainstream meaning democratic party we'll do their damnedest to make roy more the poster child of the 2018 election even though trump did not support during the primary roy more is supported the current officeholder but nonetheless the media wants to take the individual act of any republican and blame all republicans but they would never do that with democrats they would never take the killing a mary jo kopechne a at the hands at senator ted kennedy and blamed democrats they would never blame all democrats for the behavior of the democratic party which was the party of the ku klux klan they were never blame all democrats for this selection or election of senator robert byrd of wes virginia because he was a grand words of the ku klux klan they were never blame all democrats with the behavior of bill clinton in the oval office sexually assaulting kathleen willie they were never lame all democrats for the criminal misbehavior of barack hussein obama who weaponized the irs against republicans they would never do that if a democrat falls from grace whether it's al franken or barack obama or hillary clinton or bill whatever whoever it is if a democrat falls from grace that is the individual actively protect killer democrat every republican makes the mistake they weapon i that republican against all republicans even the other senator from alabama this morning said he's not voting for roy more but i didn't make any difference that it not at all so let's continue setting up tonight show later on we have live from los vegas megan barth will be here.

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"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"mary jo kopechne" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Drinking water jeff bohm and in the next one bone and then he got up they got up and live i said that did you see that dead yet unbelievable unbelievable this guy abused as wife cheated on his wife not once twice but hundreds and hundreds of times cheated with staffers strangers lobbyists than matter abused women left and everybody knew it everybody knows it today and of course chappaquiddick is the worst of the worst drives a car off the bridge that didn't have guard rails into the canal he that kharas ido back and i go back which he didn't do mary jo kopechne believe she was twenty seven years old she been ha effort to robert kennedy she was left in the car and she was alive there was a little pocket of air in the back corner either the left or the right of the car and she swam up to the pocket here i was breathing the air from met little pocket of air that was at she was alive but eventually suffocated ted kennedy resort the fact that car in the canal for almost ten hours we're almost ten hours and it's extremely likely she would have survived if he had contacted authorities sooner quickly because she was breathing air in that air pocket he should have been charged with at least involuntary manslaughter for which he would have gone to prison but instead they they controlled obviously the courts they control everything that took place there that family did gene and they had plenty of money to spread around uh and they had the media in their back pocket the media same media they have in their pocket to the job now i gave a speech a week later to the people of massachusetts which is online you can see it i cover much of this in levin tv tonight but the but other things out it which about himself his heroic self howley at watering his long how he you know that in the other and you look at this guy evil absolutely evil ice water in his veins orrin hatch best friend in the senate john mccain brought the tears giving him a eulogy barack obama going on for fifteen or twenty minutes praising the man because of course kennedy got behind obama against hillary clinton and helped him win the nomination one after another if drew another the line of the summit.

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