22 Burst results for "Matthew Graves"

"matthew graves" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:10 min | 2 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"One, Mark Levin. And now 877-381-3811. We need warriors for liberty in the constitution elected. Ladies and gentlemen, in every state where they're up every single one. And I'm strongly supporting Blake masters now in our Arizona, we need them. We need them in the Senate. We need a fighter. Blake masters That's where you can help. Every one of these races affects the whole country. I don't care if you live in Maine or California, Texas or New York, Illinois, Florida, it doesn't matter. Blake masters, the border is becoming a hellhole. The people living there are furious with what's taking place in their communities, including many, many Latinos, the fentanyl, the crime, the rape, the child molestation, the criminals and on and on and on and on and your guy just sits there with a thumb up his nose. Give us your final view on this before I have to go. Well, I just remind people every day that this border crisis, it was intentional. It was a choice. Joe Biden did this. Mark Kelly did this. This isn't like a hurricane. This isn't an act of God. It's not something that just happened. Biden gets in office. He cancels the border wall. He reversed Trump's successful policies, right? Like remain in Mexico. And then they invited people to come here and Mark Kelly. He had all these opportunities to vote for border security and he always voted against it. And as a result, you have 5 million illegal aliens who have come here in the last 18 months. 5 million, right? And women and children, they're abused, they're sold into sexual slavery, the sentinel that's coming through is killing teenagers, not just in Arizona, but nationwide. And I've said, Mark, I think that Mark Kelly should have to attend the funerals of these of these teenagers. Because then maybe he would get a better understanding of the consequences of his support for Joe Biden's open borders policies. It really is just unforgivable what they've done to our southern border. Well, we wish you all the best. When does early voting start there? I don't even know. Early voting starts early October, October 12th, I believe ballots drop. So full sprint, but this breaks, I think it's going to come down and determine the future of the whole country. It's going to determine whether we take back the U.S. Senate. All right, Blake masters, we wish you all the best, my friend, go for it. We'll do. Thank you so much, Mark. All right, take care of yourself. Mark, you used to, I don't care. I've thought about this. These people need to win. Conservatives, Republicans, maga must all come together and we're going to lose our country. It's that simple. We may lose it anyway. Let me read something to you. There just came out while I was on the air. You ready, America? And of course Maggie haberman's involved in the two. New York Times Justice Department issues 40 subpoenas in a week. Expanding its January 6th inquiry. Now, these are 40 subpoenas ladies and gentlemen against Republicans. There is a war on the Republican Party right before the midterm elections. They've unleashed their criminal prosecutors. This guy graves, Matthew graves, U.S. attorney. In Washington, D.C., the attorney general, the Deputy Attorney General. The assistant attorney general head of the criminal division. They're all involved. This poll of bureau of leftists, and I'll be honest with you. All of these people should get together. All of them. Stand strong like a class action. And say no. No, you're gonna have to rest all of us. That's my opinion. Here you go. Justice Department officials have seized the phones of two top advisers to former president Donald Trump and blanketed his aides with about 40 subpoenas. In a substantial escalation of the investigation into his efforts. This is The New York Times. To subvert the 2020 election, people familiar with the inquiry said on Monday. Subvert. In other words, constitutionally challenge it is now subverting. The seizure of the phones coupled with a widening effort to obtain information from those around mister Trump. After the 2020 election, represents some of the most aggressive steps the department has taken thus far, and it's criminal investigation into the actions that led to January 6th assault on the capitol by a pro Trump mob. Can't you a holes at The New York Times write a straight story ever, Glen thrush, head full of mush, maggot haberman, Adam Goldman, Alan. The extent of the investigation is coming to focus in recent days. Even though it is often been overshadowed by the government's legal clash with mister Trump and his lawyers over a separate inquiry into the handling of presidential records, including highly classified materials. But the U.S. attorney is handling both the one in Washington, D.C., both injuries. Federal agents with court authorized search warrants took phones last week. From at least two people Boris Epstein. An in-house counsel who helps coordinate mister Trump's legal effort. Let me get this straight. The government took the phone of an in-house counsel who coordinates Trump's legal efforts. Have you ever heard of anything like this? Rich? Ladies and gentlemen, do you believe this?

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The Left Always Looks After One Another...

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

The Left Always Looks After One Another...

"The left they always look after one another. For Lisa Monaco, venita Gupta Christian Clark Kenneth polite Matthew graves, they've bought into this machine mentality. This idea of building a machine is very difficult for conservatives. We have too much of a flair for liberty and freedom to say, oh, yeah, you know, I'm gonna basically sacrifice my own individual autonomy and my decision making to be part of a mindless Borg machine that tries to remove and eliminate my political opponents. That's a very difficult thing for conservative temperamentally and philosophically to engage and believe in. We don't really like tyranny very much. Why would we want to be part of it?

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"matthew graves" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I want to talk about who is running the Department of Justice. I watched life liberty and Levin last evening with the great one Mark Levin and he made a phenomenal point that I want to really expand upon here, which is it's not just Merrick Garland. It's not just Merrick Garland running the Department of Justice who signed off on the warrant. There is a platoon of people around Merrick Garland. That are bitter, left wing, anti American anti constitutional radicals. Lisa Monaco, vanita Gupta. Kristen Clark, Kenneth polite, and Matthew graves. Those are just 5 of the people behind Merrick Garland that make Merrick Garland look like a moderate. You see, when you dive into the biographies of these people, Lisa Monaco, vanita Gupta, Christian Clark, Kenneth polite, Matthew graves, you realize that these people have no respect or appreciation for the rule of law. The only currency that they trade in is power. You see, these are the people that are using the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a revenge squad. Against half the country that they deem to be deplorable or expendable. It's a team of interchangeable parts. They are replaceable. They are expendable. You see, they rely on one another to not be greater or not be more powerful than another. You see, if Merrick Garland gets removed as attorney general or he resigns, it will just be another even more radical person that will replace him. You see, the Fourth Amendment to the constitution is very clear and it was violated explicitly at the rate of Mar-a-Lago. You see, the Fourth Amendment of the United States, guarantees against unreasonable searches and seizures. So the Fourth Amendment, if we're very, I'm going to read it right here. The right of the people to be secure in their homes, persons, papers and effects against the unreasonable search and seizures. Shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describe the place to be searched and the person of things..

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"matthew graves" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:54 min | 3 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I'm back with Julie Kelly. Julia, I was asking you about the fact that the Democrats can't stop themselves, it seems they tried to impeachment, they tried Russia collusion, and it looks like this is they're on a quest in search of a crime. They have their target, they have their suspect, they have their person they want to indict and it's just a matter of what do we get this guy on. And interestingly, it seems that so much so many of the pundits and the media and so on are all sort of brazen disregard of law. They really are. So going back to what you said at the end of our first segment, Debbie is right. I'm sure she'll be happy to hear that. But of course, she's seen how this plays out in places like Venezuela. But also, we see that this DoJ is producing all of these imaginary charges. I mean, you have this DoJ, Matthew gray is the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, who is charged about 20 Americans with seditious conspiracy. This is such a rare charge. There's not even sentencing guidance for it. No American has ever been convicted of it. Yet Matthew graves managed to go to a grand jury in Washington D.C. city that voted 93% for Joe Biden convinced them that nonviolent people like the oath keepers who walked into the building and opened door carried no weapons, assaulted no one. Didn't even vandalize property, that they somehow are guilty of seditious conspiracy. So this Justice Department doesn't have to convince anyone except a grand jury in Washington D.C. of these imaginary crimes. I mean, you have people going to jail for years on a charge of obstruction of an official proceeding, which I think is one of the counts that they are going to try to charge Trump with. This is a post enron law in the past 20 years. It has never been used in this capacity to charge political protesters, yet they are throwing people in jail, denying them bail, then sentencing them to years in prison on a nonviolent felony that had to do with tampering with evidence. So daddy is right and I told people for months after watching this DoJ and the district court, by the way. There's no guardrails for these prosecutors. They have gotten away with flagrantly lying, not just to the grand jury, but to district court judges with no penalty, and so Matthew graves, Lisa Monaco, the deputy AG, Obama loyalist, who's really running this show. They must be sitting in their offices, laughing their butts off every day because they have gotten away with everything. And they're just building this case against Donald Trump. Now, Julie, what I hear you saying is that the DoJ has found a fertile pasture, namely Washington, D.C.. In a sense, it's like, from a judicial point of view, little Venezuela. You've got judges who are swamp creatures. You've got juries who are sucking so hard at the federal teat, if you will, that they are ideologically, they have ideological blinders on. And now, and you also saying that look, there's no reason not to use the same recipe that the DoJ has been using for a guy ref it and the other, the other January 6th defendants, but in this case, apply it to Trump. Charge him, try to get him in before a D.C. jury where essentially all rules are out the window. It's not a jury of your peers. It's a jury of essentially people with Trump derangement syndrome. Is that what my correctly summarizing what you're saying? I think that's a nice way of putting it actually. These people are chomping at the bit to throw Trump supporters in jail. The DoJ is undefeated dinesh before D.C. juries. I think we've had 8 or 9 jury trials. These jurors have come back with unanimous, guilty verdicts on every single count for every single defendant in record time. In one case, adjourned joked, we spent more time ordering lunch than we did deciding if this person was guilty. This includes this very rare obstruction charge. They don't care what the facts and evidence are. The D.C. judges, the prosecutors, the jurors, look January 6th as an encroachment on their personal fiefdom. I listened to the D.C. chief judge beryl Howell, say to someone, you drove all the way from Texas to Washington, D.C. to participate in this. Well, yes, because it's our nation's capital. And that is a constitutionally protected right. And here's the chief judge and Obama appointee, of course. And she's also the one overseeing the grand juries, by the way. Excoriating Americans for daring to come into their personal territory. So this is the viewpoint that they all have. Now, just imagine if they can get their hooks into Donald Trump, a grand jury, a jury, any one of these D.C. district court judges, including the ones he's appointed, who of course will be recused. Under some pretend imaginary belief that they will be impartial or partial to Trump, which they will not be. So this is the environment that they have created, and by the way, every judge has denied change of venue motions too. They know how highly biased is your jury pool is yet they will not allow trials to be moved out of D.C.. This is what Donald Trump will be up against. Let's take a pause when we come back. I'd like to discuss what if anything can be done about all this.

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Journalist Julie Kelly on the Endemic Corruption in the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Journalist Julie Kelly on the Endemic Corruption in the FBI

"I'm back with Julie Kelly. Julia, I was asking you about the fact that the Democrats can't stop themselves, it seems they tried to impeachment, they tried Russia collusion, and it looks like this is they're on a quest in search of a crime. They have their target, they have their suspect, they have their person they want to indict and it's just a matter of what do we get this guy on. And interestingly, it seems that so much so many of the pundits and the media and so on are all sort of brazen disregard of law. They really are. So going back to what you said at the end of our first segment, Debbie is right. I'm sure she'll be happy to hear that. But of course, she's seen how this plays out in places like Venezuela. But also, we see that this DoJ is producing all of these imaginary charges. I mean, you have this DoJ, Matthew gray is the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, who is charged about 20 Americans with seditious conspiracy. This is such a rare charge. There's not even sentencing guidance for it. No American has ever been convicted of it. Yet Matthew graves managed to go to a grand jury in Washington D.C. city that voted 93% for Joe Biden convinced them that nonviolent people like the oath keepers who walked into the building and opened door carried no weapons, assaulted no one. Didn't even vandalize property, that they somehow are guilty of seditious conspiracy. So this Justice Department doesn't have to convince anyone except a grand jury in Washington D.C. of these imaginary crimes. I mean, you have people going to jail for years on a charge of obstruction of an official proceeding, which I think is one of the counts that they are going to try to charge Trump with.

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"matthew graves" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:42 min | 3 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Julie Kelly is the best of the best. She's courageous. She is a careful reporter. She goes rather reporters won't go. Tracking what's been going on with the with the D.C. gulag and so many people who did not commit acts of violence who are serving time and having their lives ruined. Julie first of all, there's been three individuals who've committed suicide, correct? Yes, yes, three people charged by this DoJ related to January 6th who has committed suicide one man just a few weeks ago. And these weren't violent people, were they? No, they were not violent people. The last two Mark onks, I believe, angst is how you spell his last name or pronounce it. I have not reached out to the family yet wanted to give them some time, but he was not charged with any violence, nor was Matthew perna who I know you and I have spoken about who hanged himself in his garage. In February, when he found out that this abusive vengeful DoJ was going to seek sentencing enhancements against him that would put him in jail for years. But I'm in Joe for years. It's really quite unbelievable. Now you see what they've done to president Trump. You can see the leaks coming out to try and give cover to the attorney general. We shouldn't believe those leaks, should we? Truly Kelly. We should not. But I do want to underscore Merrick Garland is sort of like Joe Biden. The person running the show with Lisa Monaco. Longtime Obama loyalist, Russian collusion architect. And she is attempting to finish what they started in 2016 with crossfire hurricane. Remind us who she is. So she was Robert Mueller's chief of staff when he was FBI director. Then she was in the Department of Justice with Obama under the Obama in the Obama White House and her last position was Department of Homeland security or his Homeland Security adviser, but she was very close with Obama and she was instrumental in organizing the Russia collusion hoax. She is the one who announced the bogus John Brennan, ICA, the intelligence community assessment. The claim that Putin interfered in the election to help Donald Trump and hurt Hillary Clinton after that she spent his four years at CNN. Attacking Donald Trump and his supporters and then she was nominated for Deputy Attorney General and one to votes of 48 Republican senators who helped put her in charge of this DoJ. That's what I'll never understand. The insanity and the self sabotage of these Republicans in the face of this tyranny, it's unbelievable. There's no question she would have known about this. And I believe the attorney general too, but there's no question she would have known. Would not have excuse me, that she would have known, correct? Absolutely. Would she not have known? She is probably the one helping to pull the strings here. I mean, it's been widely reported in the media, that Lisa Monaco is really handling the January 6th investigation, which of course this relates to. But the other person who we need to call out is Matthew graves, who is the D.C. U.S. attorney. He is a man who is prosecuting at 150 plus Americans bringing new charges against people every week. And of course, signed off on the criminal complaints against Peter Navarro and Steve Bannon, he's a Biden campaign adviser, his wife runs a far left wing radical non for profit legal man for profit profit in D.C.. So these are the people who are in charge of what's happening right now. And I don't know, Mark, do you think we finally got the attention of some Republican lawmakers who have tried to ignore this now for at least the past 19 months? I still think there's some like McConnell. Where to be prejudiced or what I thought was a weak and pathetic statement. And until they broom him out of there and put in somebody else, I think we're in for a problem. Same with corn and corn and said this is thin gruel. Those are the two words that he could muster. It's more than thin gruel. It is a disgusting disgrace. The problem is Julie as you know. These same Republicans hate Donald Trump as much as the media and the Democrats, don't they? Yes. So to your point, they don't want to do anything to fuel the outrage and how this really backfire against the Biden regime in this DoJ. So they're going to stay as low key as they possibly can. I mean, these and aside from that, have we even heard from Mitt Romney? Where's Ben sasse? Isn't he on the judiciary committee? Where are these people? They're the first ones to pipe up. Donald Trump posted a mean tweet. But here we are with the full out flagrant shameless politicization of the DoJ and FBI and even get a PEEP out of them. Yeah, and while you're at it, where is Collins? Where's Murkowski? Where are the usuals, right? That's right. All right. Nothing. I mean, these are the same people the signage judiciary committee who let Chris ray leave after three and a half hours of testimony said he had to catch a flight and it turns out he was catching our taxpayer paid G 5 so he could go to the Android X for a long weekend. It is shocking what this guy gets away with. He is there's something about him that is really a detestable. It may be a snide personality or the way it looks down on other people, the way he mumbles, what is it about him? You know, at least Jim Comey, you could just, you know, he didn't try to hide anything. He was just a full out arrogant political partisan player. Ray, I think he tries to act apart, you know, and he, like you said, he mumbles these platitudes rule of law and FBI and we're not equal standard justice bottled law. And I think he really thinks he's fooling people. And I think that's what is the most galling about just at least his personality. This Michael graves, this U.S. attorney. What does what group this is wife Ron, do you know? The name of the group. Sorry, his name is so is Matthew graves. In October of 2021, he is accelerated this prosecution. They change the name of it from the capitol breach probe to the capitol siege probe as soon as he took over. And his wife runs, I believe it's called the women's legal national legal center. I can't think of the name right now. It's close. Fatima goss graves. Look her up on MSNBC. She's a frequent contributor. Oh, she's another one.

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"matthew graves" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:31 min | 4 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Knew that that's why The New York Times tried to smear me as somehow downplaying what happened to Brian sicknick. Well, now we've been proven right again. So that's part of what The New York Times does. So that was their predicate for publishing that. We're speaking to Julie Kelly, political commentating commentator contributed to American greatness author of January 6th, how Democrats use the capital protest to launch a war on terror against the political right. Julie, to that end about the weaponization here against the political right and disloyal opposition from the government. You saw that Washington Post piece, I'm sure that is trying to at least create the perception, maybe the belief that Donald Trump himself may be charged. You mentioned the possible insurrection seditious insurrection charge against him or conspiracy to commit insurrection, whatever it is that however they're going to phrase it. Do you think they actually might do this, Julie? I mean, that's what a client are going back and forth on this. You think they'll pull the trigger on this and come with me from just what this would do to the country? Well, first time I want to know who thinks the DoJ is going to charge them. Okay, so Julie, my argument is, if the DoJ charges Hunter Biden, which I think they will, that they're going to use that as political cover to potentially charge Trump, and they'll say whether you are the son of the president or the former president, justice demands that we pursue it no matter who the defendant might be. So my theory is they may use Hunter Biden charges as cover to charge Trump with conspiracy. Interesting. That's what I said. But what do you think about them just charging Trump period? Do you think they might do it under any circumstance? 99.9% absolutely confident for this DoJ is going to indict him. This is the purpose of the January 6th committee is to build a public and political case against Donald Trump, especially related to the alleged to alleged militia groups. This DoJ has not been held accountable for repeatedly lying. In court and to a grand jury about what happened on January 6th these judges in D.C. are letting DoJ get away with anything. So I'm confident that if Matthew graves to D.C. U.S. attorney and Biden's campaign adviser is presenting information to a grand jury made up of D.C. residents, city, of course that voted almost 94% for Joe Biden. They be chomping at the bit to indict Donald Trump for anything, including this exceedingly rare charge of seditious conspiracy, a charge no American has ever been convicted of. And the last time DoJ even tried to prosecute anyone with seditious conspiracy in 2011, federal judge in Michigan tossed the charges out of court. That's how unusual and rare discount is. Julie, what do you think the timing would be on bringing if you're 99.9% certain that charges are going to come? When do you think the DoJ would bring them? I would guess sometimes September, I believe this will probably be the October surprise. It will be the latest DoJ October surprise to interfere in an election. And there's nothing to stop them. I just want to say a Julie Kelly clay, call it a shot here in the upper deck, my friend. She's about to see swinging the bat too. That's a big call to make. October surprise, Trump gets indicted. Julie, we appreciate you. How can people who want to. And I've done this myself, so I would encourage everyone out there listening to do it as well. How can people donate so that these January 6th defendants can have legal representation to help them fight the charges that they are all facing? How can people help them get better attorneys? Well, clearly, thank you for that as you've donated to patriot freedom project. It is a fund that is helping to pay for lawyers and the financial burden of families who are ensnared in this abusive prosecution. I also would ask people to check out George tiniest, give send go account because he's really been destroyed to support this narrative about Brian sicknick and so those are two places people who want to help financially or even if they can't send a letter to some of the detainees. I know that it's greatly appreciated. Julie fantastic work is always we appreciate the time and we will keep you on the dial here as these January 6 prosecutions continue. All right guys, thank you so much. Thank

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"matthew graves" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"I agree. I mean, I agree. You know, we just had Glenn kershner on earlier. Your beloved in mind are shared superhero. Yes. You know, he's impatient as you probably know with DoJ as a lot of us are. We were at this the Adam Schiff comedy night last night. And Adam Schiff has been as has Liz Cheney been openly. I don't know what the what's the word you'd use impatient, pressuring the Justice Department. I think that's fine though, right? It's fine for them to be outspoken about that. Yeah, I mean, as long as we're not openly bashing or spreading disinformation about the Justice Department, you know, in some large accounts going so far as to say they're in Trump's pocket or, you know, things like that. But yeah, I mean, we do need this. We need it quickly. It's just that this is the biggest investigation in the history of the Justice Department. And that was some language that changed between the last two Merrick Garland statements because he said one of the biggest now he's saying it's the biggest. And I think they have some really great prosecutors. Now Garland running this whole show. It's Matthew graves and his team. And Matthew graves was able to come in after Mike Sherwin, a Trump appointee nearly killed the seditious conspiracy case by talking about it openly, and he was going to be sanctioned, but was resigned before that happened. And he didn't want to execute search warrants on Stewart roads. He was doing his best to sabotage that case. And four Matthew graves to come in and be able to button it up. And to get Merrick Garland to sign off on seditious conspiracy charges, which is like the granddaddy of all charges next to treason. I think kind of shows that they're in it to win it, so to speak. And that they have the gravitas, the intestinal fortitude to charge something like that because I kept telling everyone chill on the seditious conspiracy stuff. It's going to be obstructing an official proceeding probably. But then they came out, swinging. And so I'm excited about that, but it is taking a long time, and I understand the frustration, particularly in the face of what we've had the last 5 years and what barred into the Mueller report. We didn't even get an impeachment out of that because of the spin and the controversy and I guess he didn't have enough pizzazz when he was on TV. That's what I said about Merrick Garland. If he sounded like Mr. T, people would be right. It's the way he and Mueller sound. Right. Rapidity interruptions. And his monster. If he had a giant gold medallion, I would feel better if he came out and yeah, but it's just very soft spoken. But you quoted Cheney, Liz Cheney is saying the dam has begun to break our committee will spend August looking through evidence on multiple fronts, so the fact that that was the first announcement is this is ongoing, and they'll be back in September. I would lend screens to that, doesn't it? It does. And I love that because the closer to the election, these hearings get the happier I am. And although it could push back indictments a little bit because the Department of Justice needs those transcripts, not because they don't want to do the interviews themselves. But because they have to look for consistencies between the congressional interviews and their interviews, think about the assessment, remember the Durham Susan case, how Peter baker said, one thing to the OIG, another thing to Congress and a third thing to the Department of Justice.

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Allison Gill on the DOJ, Trump, and Seditious Conspiracy

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Allison Gill on the DOJ, Trump, and Seditious Conspiracy

"Adam Schiff has been as has Liz Cheney been openly. I don't know what the what's the word you'd use impatient, pressuring the Justice Department. I think that's fine though, right? It's fine for them to be outspoken about that. Yeah, I mean, as long as we're not openly bashing or spreading disinformation about the Justice Department, you know, in some large accounts going so far as to say they're in Trump's pocket or, you know, things like that. But yeah, I mean, we do need this. We need it quickly. It's just that this is the biggest investigation in the history of the Justice Department. And that was some language that changed between the last two Merrick Garland statements because he said one of the biggest now he's saying it's the biggest. And I think they have some really great prosecutors. Now Garland running this whole show. It's Matthew graves and his team. And Matthew graves was able to come in after Mike Sherwin, a Trump appointee nearly killed the seditious conspiracy case by talking about it openly, and he was going to be sanctioned, but was resigned before that happened. And he didn't want to execute search warrants on Stewart roads. He was doing his best to sabotage that case. And four Matthew graves to come in and be able to button it up. And to get Merrick Garland to sign off on seditious conspiracy charges, which is like the granddaddy of all charges next to treason. I think kind of shows that they're in it to win it, so to speak. And that they have the gravitas, the intestinal fortitude to charge something like that because I kept telling everyone chill on the seditious conspiracy stuff. It's going to be obstructing an official proceeding probably. But then they came out, swinging. And so I'm excited about that, but it is taking a long time, and I understand the frustration, particularly in the face of what we've had the last 5 years and what barred into the Mueller report. We didn't even get an impeachment out of that because of the spin and the controversy and I guess he didn't have enough pizzazz when he was on TV.

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"matthew graves" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Patient. And the judge through the book at her. Here was Tucker's take on it last night on Fox News channel's Tucker Carlson tonight. The sentencing judge Lambert admitted he wanted to make an example out of the cell's lady woman. Why? Because he was frustrated that the defendant in a separate case made statements they were quote embarrassing to me. That actually happened. And therefore, because he was embarrassed by somebody else, Lambert decides to take it out on this elderly woman. And that's horrible. That's not justice. It's the opposite. And it gets worse. At the same time, this was happening. The U.S. attorney for D.C. at the same point they were sending an elderly cancer patient to jail, this same U.S. attorney's office announced that they were dropping charges against 9 members of Stephen Colbert's production crew. Now, capitol police had caught this group of producers trespassing inside the longworth House office building on the evening of Thursday, June 16th. We brought it to you when it happened. So they were walking around the capitol complex without authorization. Parading, that's a crime. Now, capitol police had warned Colbert's producers that they were restricted area, but they ignored the warning from police. They returned anyway with the help of several members of Congress. That would include Adam Schiff and Jake auchincloss. But the other day, the U.S. attorney for D.C., a Biden appointee called Matthew graves, said that they're allowed to walk with no charges. So here are the new rules. If you're a regime propagandist, you can do whatever you want. You can trespass in the capitol. You won't be charged by Joe Biden's prosecutor. But if you're an elderly cancer patient who votes the wrong way, you go to prison. Those are two standards. One justice system. That's corruption.

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Tucker Carlson: Two Standards, One Corrupt Justice System

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 4 months ago

Tucker Carlson: Two Standards, One Corrupt Justice System

"Patient. And the judge through the book at her. Here was Tucker's take on it last night on Fox News channel's Tucker Carlson tonight. The sentencing judge Lambert admitted he wanted to make an example out of the cell's lady woman. Why? Because he was frustrated that the defendant in a separate case made statements they were quote embarrassing to me. That actually happened. And therefore, because he was embarrassed by somebody else, Lambert decides to take it out on this elderly woman. And that's horrible. That's not justice. It's the opposite. And it gets worse. At the same time, this was happening. The U.S. attorney for D.C. at the same point they were sending an elderly cancer patient to jail, this same U.S. attorney's office announced that they were dropping charges against 9 members of Stephen Colbert's production crew. Now, capitol police had caught this group of producers trespassing inside the longworth House office building on the evening of Thursday, June 16th. We brought it to you when it happened. So they were walking around the capitol complex without authorization. Parading, that's a crime. Now, capitol police had warned Colbert's producers that they were restricted area, but they ignored the warning from police. They returned anyway with the help of several members of Congress. That would include Adam Schiff and Jake auchincloss. But the other day, the U.S. attorney for D.C., a Biden appointee called Matthew graves, said that they're allowed to walk with no charges. So here are the new rules. If you're a regime propagandist, you can do whatever you want. You can trespass in the capitol. You won't be charged by Joe Biden's prosecutor. But if you're an elderly cancer patient who votes the wrong way, you go to prison. Those are two standards. One justice system. That's corruption.

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"matthew graves" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Even Brett bear is like, this is not good. This is devastating. You know, this is bad for Donald Trump. Let's face it. He was okay with people carrying guns. He didn't want the metal detectors. And having the people carrying the guns marched to the capitol. And he said, they're not here to hurt me. Yeah. What is Merrick Garland need, bob? I know. Fortunately, there is a grand jury that's in paneled in D.C. that's looking at all of this, not just the foot soldiers themselves, but also people like Peter Navarro. I know has been subpoenaed by this grand jury. That's all positive news. What I want to hear is that Donald Trump is in the DoJ's hit list. I want to hear that Matthew graves is lining up a pre dawn raid for Donald Trump and indictment and arrest of Donald Trump. That's what this grand jury has to hand out. Man, I'll tell you why. It's not just about holding Donald Trump accountable for what he did for a violent invasion and occupation of Congress seditious conspiracy, which he very clearly has engaged in. Yes. But the main thing that this would do is send a signal to the next Republican shithead that this can not happen again. And if Donald Trump is not punished for this, it will happen again. And by people who are less dumb, you know, it'll be a smarter group of Republicans who will make it that much more difficult to actually bring them to justice because they will have covered their ass a little more. Than Donald Trump has. Donald Trump's a fucking world class idiot. I mean, the dumbest crook in the history of dumb crooks. Yes. Yeah. And this is all an indication, but one of the things I love about this is as the witness list lengthens and as we get information like this documentary and Alex holder and the footage he might have, I love that it's probably at this point..

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"matthew graves" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:21 min | 5 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on WCPT 820

"We'll wait and see if our Ginny Thomas comes in for a meeting Or she can be under oath or she could have a vacation plan that she can't I hope she's under oath Sometimes they do these things not under oath Yeah and I know yesterday the witnesses yesterday they had them sworn in I don't recall them doing that with the previous witnesses Um I believe they did on Thursday night Lester Thursday night Okay In my head I didn't recall that portion of it but I assumed I mean I assume they're all under oath Yeah But we actually saw them put their hands up and take the oath And the other thing that came up yesterday that I thought was interesting was that during the first hour of the hearing the Justice Department requested interview transcripts critical to investigation from the January 6th committee Right What they said is it is now readily apparent that interviews the select community conducted are not just potentially relevant to our overall criminal investigation but likely are relevant to specific prosecutions that have already commenced That's big Yeah it is That's big Given the overlap that the select committee given the overlap it's critical that select committee provide us with copies of the transcripts of all of its witness interviews It does sign by Matthew graves attorney general of Washington D.C. U.S. attorney for Washington D.C. Keith polite I believe a criminal division and Matthew Olson who is the assistant attorney general for the national security division So those are the big guys who are prosecuting these cases Absolutely That's a big big as Joe Biden would say it's a big F and deal They want to say it's critical the department be able to evaluate the credibility of witnesses who have provided statements to multiple government entities assessing the strength of any potential criminal prosecutions Yeah That to me sounds like they're also looking for perjury Yeah Because people may have testified to Congress about one thing and something different to DoJ Absolutely I can see how they would want to get to the bottom Of some of these matters All right So anyways those are some big headlines that came out Yesterday during the hearing let's go to the phone lines over here now Let's go to good morning Angela in Baltimore Angela what do you want to say Good morning guys Hi Just the more I watched the angrier I got and I realized this is a this is a comedy show And I love you guys you've been doing really great this week I just feel like mister eastman and you know you know who need to be in separate supermax prisons for the rest of their lives It could happen What Nixon did was quaint Compared to this Yeah And I really don't have much more to say except that because we need we need these two people to pay for what they did because we could have had an entirely different country if it had gone their way And the laws need to be strengthened so this nonsense never Ever happens again Yeah Yeah And I love you and I love Stephanie and we love you too Thank you so much for calling And it's interesting that you brought up Watergate because Woodward and Bernstein were both on CNN this morning together and they said this goes way beyond anything that Nixon ever did Like she said it feels quaint Yeah A little burger a little break in Yeah You know spying on from across the street Yeah That yeah It's insane what happened and we got to see a lot more of it again yesterday you know showing how Trump riled up that mob And I mean just the fight that Trump had with Pence Let's go to clip number 9 It starts out with Ivanka and we go through several of The White House staffers talking about the phone call that president Trump had with Mike hence on January 6th And this is where he kind of used the P word Yeah put the final screws to it Yeah we end on the P word Yes All right here we go And clip number 9 It was a different tone than I'd heard him take The vice president before To miss Trump share with you any more details about what had happened or any details about what had happened in the Oval Office that morning That her dad had an aesthetic conversation with the vice president Do you recall anything about her demeanor either during the meeting or when you encountered her and savino's office I don't remember specifically I mean I think she was uncomfortable over the fact that there was obviously that type of interaction between the two of them Something to the effect the word is wrong I made the wrong decision four or 5 years ago And the word that she relates to that the president called the vice president apologize for being impolite but remember what she said for father called him If he were the P word Someone else said wimp Yeah that was I can't remember that Yeah I forgot the guy's name That was the legislative I'm sorry I want to correct myself there The first voice you heard after Ivanka's staff was Eric hirschman Okay And then it went into the legislative aid who was also there for a lot of those meetings Let's go to the phone lines over here and let it carry the one Let's go to Michelangelo in Denver Wait no wait hang on a second it didn't work All right Michael Here we go How are you doing guys Good morning Listen I'm just going to take a side track here I want to make an impassioned fleet all the community out there that everybody that listens to this show and all the shows on free speech TV I just signed up to be a sustaining member Thank you so much And I'll be visiting your guys side here as soon as I get my next cycle Social security you know So I just want to say folks we need to the last fashion of the fourth of state is free speech TV We don't have a fourth of state anymore We have a corporate corporate estate so what I want to just to say is please give to.

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"matthew graves" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:30 min | 5 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on WCPT 820

"We'll wait and see if our Ginny Thomas comes in for a meeting Or she can be under oath or she could have a vacation plan that she can't I hope she's under oath Sometimes they do these things not under oath Yeah and I know yesterday the witnesses yesterday they had them sworn in I don't recall them doing that with the previous witnesses I believe they did on Thursday night Lester Thursday Okay In my head I didn't recall that portion of it I assumed I mean I assume they're all under oath Yeah But we actually saw them put their hands up and take the oath And the other thing that came up yesterday that I thought was interesting was during the first hour of the hearing the Justice Department requested interview transcripts critical to investigation from the January 6th committee Right What they said is it is now readily apparent that interviews the select committee conducted are not just potentially relevant to our overall criminal investigation but likely are relevant to specific prosecutions that have already commenced That's big Yeah it is That's big Given the overlap that the select committee given the overlap it's critical that select committee provide us with copies of the transcripts of all of its witness interviews It does sign by Matthew graves attorney general of Washington D.C. U.S. attorney for Washington D.C. polite I believe a criminal division and Matthew Olson who is the assistant attorney general for the national security division So those are the big guys who are prosecuting these cases Absolutely That's a big big as Joe Biden would say it's a big F and deal They went on and say it's critical The department be able to evaluate the credibility of witnesses who have provided statements to multiple government entities assessing the strength of any potential criminal prosecutions Yeah That to me sounds like they're also looking for perjury Yeah Because people may have testified to Congress about one thing and something different to DoJ Absolutely I can see how they would want to get to the bottom Of some of these matters All right So anyways those are some big headlines that came out I'll show you during the hearing Let's go to the phone lines over here now Let's go to good morning Angela in Baltimore Angela what do you want to say Good morning guys Hi Just the more I watched the angrier I got and I realized this is a this is a comedy show And I love you guys You've been doing really great this week I just feel like mister eastman and you know you know who need to be in separate supermax prisons for the rest of their lives It could happen What Nixon did was quaint Compared to this Yeah And I really don't have much more to say except that we need we need these two people to pay for what they did because we could have had an entirely different country if it had gone their way And the laws need to be strengthened so this nonsense never ever happens again Yeah Yeah no and I love you and I love Stephanie and we love you so much Thank you so much for calling And it's interesting that you brought up Watergate because Woodward and Bernstein were both on CNN this morning together and they said this goes way beyond anything that Nixon ever did Like she said it feels quaint Yeah A little bird girl a little break in Yeah You know spying on from across the street Yeah That yeah It's insane what happened And we got to see a lot more of it again yesterday Showing how Trump riled up that mob And I mean just the fight that Trump had with Pence Let's go to clip number 9 It starts out with Ivanka and we go through several of The White House staffers talking about the phone call that president Trump had with Mike Pence on January 6th And this is where he kind of used the P word Yeah put the final screws to it Yeah we end on the P word yes All right here we go And clip number 9 It was a different tone than I'd heard him take With the vice president before It's a miss Trump share with you any more details about what had happened or any details about what had happened in the Oval Office that morning That her dad had said that in conversation with the vice president Do you recall anything about her demeanor either during the meeting or when you encountered her and skipping his office I don't remember specifically I mean I think she was uncomfortable over the fact that there was obviously that type of interaction between the two of them Something to the effect this is the word he's wrong I made the wrong decision four or 5 years ago And the word that she relates to that the president called the vice president apologize for being impolite but remember what she said her father called him If he were That's right The P word Someone else said wimp Yeah that was I can't remember that Yeah I forgot what the guy's saying That was the legislative I'm sorry I want to correct myself there The first voice you heard after Ivanka's staff was Eric hirschman okay And then it went into the legislative aid who was also there for a lot of those meetings Let's go to the phone lines over here and let it carry the one again Let's go to Michelangelo in Denver Wait no wait hang on a second it didn't work All right Christmas Here we go How are you doing guys Good morning Listen I'm just going to take a sidetrack here I want to make an impassioned plea to all the community out there everybody that listens to this show and all the shows on free speech TV I just signed up to do a sustaining number Thank you so much And I'll be visiting your guys side here As soon as I get my next cycle social security you know So I just want to say folks we need to the last fashion of the fourth state is free speech TV We don't have a fourth of state anymore We have a corporate corporate estate so what I want to just say is please Give to it hurts Come on folks $5 a month You can't do that I felt so relieved So.

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"matthew graves" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"What's the great takeaway from this Julie Kelly that is a bombshell that we were supposed to learn Well there is no bombshell The bombshell is this is a continuation of russiagate the same interests who brought us the greatest fraud perpetuated on the American people between the Department of Justice House Democrats and the media did it again this week Mark you had two indictments this week to bolster what this committee was doing last night You had Monday the grand jury indictment announced by Matthew graves to D.C. U.S. attorney handling 800 plus cases Bringing forward seditious conspiracy charges the rarest of crimes against 5 Proud Boys and then that was sort of the focus of last night's hearing Then you also have the arrest of Ryan Kelly Republican candidate for Michigan governor Mark they've had information about his whereabouts at the capitol protest since the day it happened Nothing new there But yet they waited until the day of the hearing to raid his house the FBI raid his house and announce misdemeanor charges against him This is the same collaboration We have seen for years And because none of them have been held accountable it has all been accelerated and now you see the media going along with it giving airtime Unprecedented airtime to this show performance that we saw last night that did nothing to move the needle except justify I think forthcoming charges against Donald Trump and just try to put a stake in the heart of the maga movement

Julie Kelly: There Is No Bombshell Takeaway From Jan. 6 Committee

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Julie Kelly: There Is No Bombshell Takeaway From Jan. 6 Committee

"What's the great takeaway from this Julie Kelly that is a bombshell that we were supposed to learn Well there is no bombshell The bombshell is this is a continuation of russiagate the same interests who brought us the greatest fraud perpetuated on the American people between the Department of Justice House Democrats and the media did it again this week Mark you had two indictments this week to bolster what this committee was doing last night You had Monday the grand jury indictment announced by Matthew graves to D.C. U.S. attorney handling 800 plus cases Bringing forward seditious conspiracy charges the rarest of crimes against 5 Proud Boys and then that was sort of the focus of last night's hearing Then you also have the arrest of Ryan Kelly Republican candidate for Michigan governor Mark they've had information about his whereabouts at the capitol protest since the day it happened Nothing new there But yet they waited until the day of the hearing to raid his house the FBI raid his house and announce misdemeanor charges against him This is the same collaboration We have seen for years And because none of them have been held accountable it has all been accelerated and now you see the media going along with it giving airtime Unprecedented airtime to this show performance that we saw last night that did nothing to move the needle except justify I think forthcoming charges against Donald Trump and just try to put a stake in the heart of the maga movement

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"matthew graves" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

07:11 min | 7 months ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on WCPT 820

"So now he's there and within a week you know he indicts Bannon and you know we've got all this stuff going on in D.C. building up a case from the bottom up going to the oath keepers now Enrique tarrio We're expecting more charges against the Proud Boys probably maybe seditious conspiracy as well And they've mentioned Trump with regards to the oath keepers and the Proud Boys violent brute force attack on the capitol at least 6 times in court filings They've tied that violence to Donald Trump directly by name So they're building a case but it is Matthew graves that's doing that And I just kind of want to reiterate how the Department of Justice works It's graves is running the investigation with his hundreds and hundreds of line prosecutors out of the D.C. U.S. attorney's office And then when he has charges he goes and over to Merrick Garland's office and says hey I've got your calls him up and said hey I've got these charges Just kind of letting you know And Garland could step in and say no we're not going to file these charges but he's not going to do that And he's testified under oath that he's not going to do that He's going to take the recommendation of Matthew graves and his other U.S. attorneys that are investigating whatever crimes that they're in charge of investigating jurisdictionally So people should be focused on Matthew graves and I got to tell you he shocked me Steph you know me I'm all supporting the institutions But I thought they were going to stick to obstructing an official proceeding and that they wouldn't charge seditious conspiracy because they never have hasn't been charged in 40 years I don't think that I didn't think the DoJ kind of had the tanned sacks to come out and come with bigger charges but it was Matthew graves who was able to button up the oath keepers seditious conspiracy charges despite bar appointee Mike Sherwin's attempts to derail it And button it up and charge the dishes conspiracy So I think that Matthew graves has the testicular fortitude to make these tough decisions and to talk Garland into it And otherwise you know if Garland were somehow curtailing this investigation we would see resignations We would see resignations and protests just like we saw in Bragg's office with pomerants and done Yeah Well you mentioned Proud Boys This is a key member of the Proud Boys taking a plea deal in exchange for providing more information about the lead up to January 6th They're saying that's a game changer for investigators Barb mcquaid our friend dear friend of mine said Donnie usually is a significant development in the case against the Proud Boys defendants his agreement to cooperate means that any trial against other proud boy members will include his testimony which will be important evidence for the prosecution It could his cooperation could signal his ability to provide information up the chain That's what we're looking for To organizers and leaders who plan the attack we're learning that the attack on the capitol was not a spontaneous event for all participants but instead was planned by at least two groups Proud Boys and oath keepers investigators will want to know how high up that planning and coordination went So where are you on the whole January 6th committee making a criminal referral or not I don't think it matters and in fact it's probably unwise at this juncture because I think leaving the DoJ is completely independent in these cases gives them a stronger gives them stronger cases And Donald Trump's number one complaint against this committee and his only defense is that this committee is going outside of their legislative scope and acting like criminal prosecutors And there are like a team of 40 criminal prosecutors working behind the scenes of January 6th And so that's his only defense and if you make a criminal referral in there are indictments that follow even though they might not have anything to do with each other Donald Trump's defense will be the committee the January 6th legislative committee acted outside of its powers and criminally investigated me He's making the same complaints with the New York attorney general's office with regards to the Bragg case that the Manhattan DA's case And it's a crap defense but it's a defense nonetheless So why I handle them Why hand him an additional defense Well when you could just not You're superhero and mine Glen kirshner Our shares are shared superhero But what was it he said on my show Friday that just stuck with me about we have to stop being afraid to do the right thing because it will make the wrong people mad I mean so I'm like for by any means necessary all of the above but I do get it I mean Joe wine banks are friends just said it yesterday Joyce Vance has said the same thing about I get that it has no practical effect on whether the DoJ prosecutors are not What I'm hoping is Zoe lofgren said that these public trials are going to be because look how explosive just these dribs and grabs are when we get the whole picture and all of the evidence even if we haven't seen yet and it's all televised that I'm just hoping the DoJ will have no choice and that like you say it may or may not matter whether there's an actual criminal referral the whole everything will be out there Hopefully there'll be enough public pressure right Yeah and I agree And I think that's the whole purpose of this committee is to hold those public hearings present the case to the American people and then make legislative recommendations on how to shore up laws like the electoral count act to make them more clear I don't know how we can make it more clear And that's another defense they're using Oh well if the electoral count act were clear we wouldn't have to amend it but that's a terrible and stupid defense as well But that doesn't mean we shouldn't do the right thing Now if the entire DoJ investigation hinged on whether or not a criminal referral were made by the committee I would say make the criminal referral But the Department of Justice is already investigating the leaders of the coup They don't need the criminal referral to do that So I say if you don't need it don't do it But Glenn's right if we were if we were requiring it because there was a while there stuff 'cause it was taken so long that I was like maybe the Department of Justice is waiting for a referral to act So that they can use that as a reason for why they started investigating in the first place But now we know that that's not the case They're doing it on their own They're investigating on their own And they don't need to referrals So that's kind of where I'm at on that It would be like you know do we go through an impeachment proceeding on justice clarence Thomas While it may be the house's duty to do that it would never make it past the Senate and it would detract from whatever public hearings we're about to get in a January 6th case So you got to kind of weigh Sure it's the right thing but is it in the big picture Is it the right thing Are you detracting from something else Or are you handing these Maybe we could substitute something more immature like drunk dialing Jenny Thomas every morning at 7 30 like she did Anita hill Little things Yeah What's satisfying my name See this is why she's here because I'm a bit of a hothead I'm obviously bad cop and AG is good cop That's Wayne I'm alis McCarthy and you are cinder Bullock And we have joined our cinematic universe as MSW media dot com sexy liberal dot com.

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"matthew graves" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on WTOP

"In the morning on TOP This week the House voted to hold former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in contempt for non compliance with the subpoena and failure to provide some information to the House select committee right now investigating the January 6th attack on our nation's capital The vote took place after the committee released a second batch of text messages from allies at that time begging Meadows on January 6th to actually try and persuade former president Trump to quell the rioters This morning NBC News analyst Howard Feynman and how significant the vote is It's very significant It happens extremely rarely The last time anybody was both charged and convicted of criminal contempt you have to go back about a half a century to the Watergate era where G. Gordon Liddy the famously recalcitrant aid to an adviser to Richard Nixon was convicted of criminal contempt So it's very rare It's a kind of historic occasion that the actual papers were delivered to the U.S. attorney here in Washington And that takes me to your next question which is what happens now What happens is that the U.S. attorney Matthew graves who is the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia has to decide whether to charge Mark Meadows He doesn't have to do that This is a referral by the Congress It's up to the Justice Department to decide whether to prosecute And I would guess that Matthew graves is not going to make such a momentous decision on his own I think it'll go all the way up to Merrick Garland the attorney general And my guess is that they will authorize the prosecution The defense is going to be from Mark Meadows that number one he did turn over some documents as you pointed out But number two is going to cite executive privilege He's going to say that Donald Trump even though he's no longer president asserted executive privilege over his testimony and therefore constitutionally he Meadows is not required to testify I think that's going to go all the way up to the Supreme Court Power detractors of the January 6th the special committee they've called it partisan They say there's really nothing new that can be learned and we've heard that other than the attack itself on the building that there was nothing out of the ordinary happening on January 6th but as we see from these emails it appears that there was a different thought at the time not only from some of the broadcasters on Fox News but also from some members of Congress Can you talk about what these emails suggest Well they suggest that there was absolute panic and terror on the part of just about everybody in the city Republican Democrat politician member of the press basically all of Washington who had some sense of what was actually happening that the president of the United States needed to step forward and immediately do everything within his power to call the whole thing to a halt After having spent days if not weeks trying to encourage everybody to gather in Washington and march to the capitol So I don't think it's any coincidence mark that a lot of these conversations manage to make it into the press on the day of and the night of the House vote and the delivery of this criminal contempt request to the Justice Department I think that people running.

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"matthew graves" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on WTOP

"The WTO studios brought to you by patient first Patient first is now open and Aspen Hill Physicians x-rays lab tests and prescription drugs It's one 41 President Biden says today that he believes former president Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows is worthy of being held in contempt of Congress The House voted last night to do just that But NBC News analyst Howard Feynman tells us Meadows still doesn't actually face those charges yet The U.S. attorney Matthew graves who is the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia has to decide whether to charge Mark Meadows He doesn't have to do that This is a referral by the Congress It's up to the Justice Department to decide whether to prosecute And I would guess that Matthew graves is not going to make such a momentous decision on his own I think it'll go all the way up to Merrick Garland the attorney general and my guess is that they will authorize the prosecution Biden says Meadows will argue that he did turn over some documents and will cite executive privilege as his defense Meantime two Fox News hosts are reacting to their emails being read aloud in the house but they're not talking about the concerns that spawn them Fox is Sean how did he ask Where is the outrage in the media over my private text messages being released publicly Laura Ingraham called it left wing media hacks into spin into fame mode The two hosts spoke about it together briefly during their show handoffs What's really going on with Liz Cheney and the media The media text messages Liz release shores And I'll tell you this And that is I have had to give up email I don't do social media We're not doing any of that It comes after congresswoman Liz Cheney read text from both of them to Donald Trump's former White House chief of staff essentially saying how bad the insurrection was as it was happening Matt piper CBS News A Virginia virtual reality exhibit wants everyone to feel some of America's racism When you put on the headset and look around you're in Washington institution Ben's chili bowl listening to people talk about traveling while black in the 20th century I'm not getting off the.

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"matthew graves" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"One i mean. Is it a lisa late check. I mean will. I mean you won't be what you can't you can't win day. I know you said one day. You can't win the day one day you can't and so but with that the but all that is building that ain't now and as ours though right that's not oh no but you can come in there that morning and set that stage game lights by evening his overtime after that but overtime way to cheat for that all right steve on today's headlines. Let's go ladies and gentlemen miss an trip. Thank you okay. This is anti-european ben. Here we go in florida. Authorities say that the remains of the last missing and unaccounted for victim of the champlain. Towers collapsed in surf. Side have been found in positively identified so that brings a final and confirmed death toll to ninety eight men. Women and children officials say that four unvaccinated veterans affairs employees died of covert recently. So now the va's as requiring all frontline healthcare workers to be inoculated against the corona virus and that mandate affects more than one hundred thousand members of personnel. Meanwhile the white house says it's keeping international travel restrictions in place for people from europe. The uk china india and brazil dudakovic's new extremely contagious delta variant and the resulting quickly rising infection rates of the scene among the unvaccinated in the main president biden has announced a slate of nominees to serve as u s attorney's. The eight nominees have been picked ahead up. Us attorney's office in washington state new york massachusetts indiana maryland in washington. Dc and the dc nominee is matthew graves who previously worked as us assistant attorney in that office. If he is confirmed he would preside over the humongous probe into the january sixth attack on the us capital one of the biggest in american history. As for the other nominees several would be historic. I also likely first african-american here or whatever or the first woman to hold the post. All among the nominees at president biden has announced meanwhile the committee investigating the january sixth riot. Here's the testimony. Today they're expected to hear first from local police and how they had to deal with the crowds and how they were battling them and injured. Today marks the twenty fifth anniversary anniversary of the centennial olympic. Park bombing atlanta room. That where one person was killed and over one hundred other people were injured and finally everyone. From former president obama to ivy league scholar cornell west all mourning the loss of civil rights and education activist robert moses who died at age eighty six now bob moses as he was called born in harlem he held a harlem. He had held harvard master's degree. He was a rhodes scholar. He was feel secretary for the mississippi student. Nonviolent coordinating committee of snick. Back in the sixties. Bob moses initiated the famous freedom summer black voter registration project. He was at one point beaten to with an inch of his life. He also developed the algebra project to help poor students with mathematics. They say he signed all his correspondence with the words. Keep on pushing

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"matthew graves" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm barbara klein. The largest wildfire in california so far this year has now burned. Nearly two hundred thousand acres for member station k. Q. e. in san francisco kief mizuguchi reports. The big jump in acreage burned in the dixie. Fire comes after it combined with a smaller fire over the weekend. Lisa woke lack with cal. Fire conditions will likely remain challenging throughout the week. We're seeing extreme fire behavior because we're experiencing really hot dry weather. Low humidity overnight recovering. Much of plumas county is under a mandatory evacuation order as the fire is still threatening thousands of structures in the area. This is one of several major wildfires now. Burning in the northern part of california for npr. News i'm keith. Mizuguchi in san francisco that owns affair secretary. Denis mcdonough says the agency will now require frontline healthcare workers to get vaccinated against the corona virus. The mandate will affect more than one hundred thousand personnel the. Va says four unvaccinated employees of died of kovic nineteen in recent weeks. The white house says it's keeping international travel restrictions in place for now. npr's tamra keith reports. The delta variant of the corona virus and rising infections among the unvaccinated are behind the decision after a high level white house. Meeting on friday the biden administration has determined now is not the time to lift restrictions on travel from europe the uk china india and brazil. Press secretary jen. Psaki attributed the decision to the more transmissible delta variants spreading around the us and the globe. Cova cases are expected to continue to rise here in the us do to the variant especially in areas with low vaccination rates families separated from loved ones by the restrictions and the us travel industry which is taking a hit because of a lack of international tourism have criticized the administration for keeping the travel. Bans in place tamra keith. Npr news president biden is announced his first slate of nominees to serve as us attorneys including for the position overseeing the capital riot investigation npr's ryan. Lucas has details. The eight nominees have been picked to lead. Us attorney's offices in washington state new york massachusetts indiana maryland and washington. Dc president biden's picked to serve as the top federal prosecutor in dc. Matthew graves previously worked as an assistant. Us attorney in the office. If confirmed by the senate graves would take over the sprawling federal investigation into the january sixth attack on the us capital which officials say is one of the biggest in american history among the other seven nominees. Several would be historic firsts as either the first african american or the first woman to lead the respective district ryan lucas. Npr news washington. This is npr. The mayor of florida's miami dade county says the remains of the last person who was listed as missing in the collapse of the champlain. Towers condo building have been recovered and identified a fifty year old fifty four year old woman. According to a family member it brings the confirmed death. Toll in the disaster to ninety eight. Unesco has announced additions to its list of world heritage sites. npr's netto ulaby reports an ancient chinese city. A turkish archaeological site and an iconic boulevard in spain are among them. This year sites include the first of europe's great tree-lined promenades with museums and fountains. Madrid's zale del. Prado date says a park back to the fifteenth century. There are more than a thousand world heritage sites that include the rama temple in india the entire city of twin joe in china which was an important stop on the silk road and a railway system in iran built in the nineteen twenties and still advertised by an iranian tourists company. Today a few sites were also removed from the list this year like the city of liverpool in england the world heritage committee said over development of its historic docs ruined its authenticity and integrity to be. Npr news on wall street today. The dow jones industrial average gained eighty two points to close at thirty five thousand. one forty. Four the nasdaq was up three points closing at fourteen thousand eight forty and the s&p was up ten. I'm barbara klein npr news..

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"matthew graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"matthew graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Light there. And by state farm when you want the real deal, like a good neighbor, State farm is there, too. If he's just moments away now, two courts I hear our Joe son German had Byron Larkin. Die now for the starting lineups first for the five and eight But Lor Bulldogs, therefore, in six and Big East player at small forward, they're leading scorers of 63 grad transfer from Brooklyn, New York, transfer from G W and South Carolina number 52 giant Air Bolton. Power forwards, a 67 rich search senior from Hartland, Wisconsin. On University of Milwaukee number 10 Bryce NZ. Bryce is averaging nine points. He's there leading rebounder at eight boards a game. The center is a 6 FT. 9 £260 junior from Winchester, Virginia. Number 33. Rice gold prices after nine points and four rebounds a game. The two guards a 6 ft. Freshman from Roebuck, South Carolina, number 12, Miles Tate. Hate is averaging eight points a game issues 35% from the field and the point guards a six to senior from Glendale, Maryland. Number two Aaron Thompson. Aaron's averaging 12 points. Game and placed 32 minutes a game head coaches love L. Jordan. Four year Xavier Musketeers 10 into three into him. Big East play at small 4 to 64 Grand Transfer from Miami, Florida transferred from Gardner Webb University number 10 Nate Johnson, Nate is averaging 11 points and three rebounds a game. He leads the Musketeers and three point field goals. Shoots 50% from three of the power forwards of 68 scene from Johnstown, Ohio, number 25 Jason Carter Jason's averaging seven points and eight rebounds a game. The center is a 69 sophomore from Teaneck, New Jersey number 32 Zach Freeman. Oh, Zach. Leads the Musketeers and scoring a 15 points and eight boards a game. The two guards of 64 senior from Indianapolis number one Paul Scrubs balls averaging. 13 points, three rebounds in 66 assists the game. And making his first start in a Xavier Musket chicken Xavier uniform is Adam Kunkle, number five. He's your point guard Jesus 64 junior from Hebron, Kentucky from Cooper High School transfer from Belmont University head coach Travis Still in his third year, Xavier It leads the serious with but we're 41 to 23. Although Butler has won the last three meetings makes you holds a 10 to 6 advantage system since the two teams became members Of the Big East Back in 2013 and 2014. In the last time these two teams met was back in 2020 on March the seventh, but we're won that game 72 to 71. That was a heartbreaker, Joe. I remember it was right out outside here. We're broadcasting remotely from the scent I center Kamar Baldwin hit a shot at the buzzer beat the Musketeers, and it was a heartbreaker, So I'm sure that left a nasty taste in the Musketeers mouth and I'm sure they're they're looking forward to exact some revenge here in a couple minutes on Butler's own floor, you know, it's interesting. The connection between these two schools Travis deals of 2004. But my graduate Matthew Graves on the saber coaches staff now is a 1998 Butler graduate was an assistant through some of the really spectacular success that Butler his head in the last decade or so, A Z worked at Butler University. So it goes back and forth between these two schools. A lot of Connections and personality have been crossing borders. So to speak. Yeah, John. They've been playing together a long time Multiple conferences. The official steps in throws it up in the tap is controlled by Freeman over Brice cold. Xavier will have first possession of the ball game Xavier in their road blues. Come down and white.

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