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Good Company: Helio Castroneves Wins Indy 500 for 4th Time
"Hello Castroneves grabbed the lead with two laps to go and raced his way into Indianapolis five hundred history it was win number four for the Brazilian driver who finished ahead of Alex palu Castroneves joins AJ Foyt Rick Mears and al Unser senior as the only four time Indianapolis winners the forty six year old Castro Nevis racing for the twenty first time in Indianapolis averaged a hundred ninety miles per hour the fastest five hundred ever with one hundred thirty five thousand spectators on hand Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Baylor beatdown: Bears win title, hang 86-70 loss on Gonzaga
"Baylor claimed its first national title with a dominating eighty six to seventy performance against previously unbeaten Gonzaga the bears got off to a quick nineteen point lead and never looked back going up by twenty in the second half they had a thirty eight to twenty two rebounding advantage including sixteen offensive boards Jarrad Butler led the champs with twenty two points is this electrifying session at our moment in a big game you know and and everybody stepped up like everybody was you know on and on and click in Austin cylinders like that's that's what it takes to win how good was Baylor in the tournament the bears won six games by an average margin of fifteen points and finish the season twenty eight and two Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Bearing down: Baylor routs Houston 78-59 to reach title game
"Top top seeded seeded Baylor Baylor built built up up a a twenty twenty five five point point halftime halftime lead lead and and cruised cruised to to a a seventy seventy eight eight fifty fifty nine nine win win over over Houston Houston the the bears bears are are going going to to the the NCAA NCAA championship championship game game for for the the first first time time since since nineteen nineteen forty forty eight eight Baylor Baylor had had five five players players in in double double figures figures led led by by Jared Jared Butler Butler was was seventeen seventeen I'm I'm a a shooter shooter sometimes sometimes the the ball ball goes goes and and comes comes on on the the ball ball doesn't doesn't go go in in and and is is this this about about me me staying staying confident confident through through it it all all and and on on this this and and tonight tonight just just the the ball ball when when the the top top seeded seeded Cougars Cougars were were held held to to thirty thirty eight eight percent percent shooting shooting and and were were led led by by Marcus Marcus Sasser's Sasser's twenty twenty points points Houston Houston had had won won eleven eleven straight straight Baylor Baylor takes takes a a twenty twenty seven seven to to two two record record into into the the championship championship game game Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Indianapolis Indianapolis
Baylor beats Arkansas 81-72 for first Final Four in 71 years
"Top seeded Baylor held off a persistent Arkansas team for an eighty one seventy two women and a trip to the final four the Razorbacks trailed by as many as eighteen points but pulled to within four with less than eight minutes to play five minutes later Baylor was up by thirteen Macy Teague led the bears with twenty two points Baylor hit eight of fifteen three point attempts the bears take a twenty sixteen to record into the final for the first trip to the big dance by Baylor since nineteen fifty Tom McCabe Indianapolis
What's Behind the Rise of the Pandemic's Bull Market?
"Year ago today. Us stocks bottomed out but since that pandemic plunged something almost unimaginable happened. Wall street quickly shifted from bear to bull market setting new records along the way under center for serie. We wanted to take a look back to see how we got here and discuss where we might be headed next to do that. I'm joined by the wsj's caitlyn mccabe. She's on the market speed and is well equipped to explain all of this caitlyn. Good morning hi. Thank you so much for having me. So caitlin at the beginning of the pandemic we saw three major stock indexes plummet the s. and p. five hundred fell by thirty four percent in just twenty three trading days now fast forward all three have rebounded strongly. The dow is up around thirty three thousand mark so big picture. What played into this turnaround. Yeah so the. It was an exceptionally fast turnaround. We saw this incredibly steep and quick plunge and then it took just one hundred twenty six trading days to recover back to the february nineteenth closing level where we were before the sell off. That happened coinciding with the covid. Nineteen pandemic so. It was one of the fastest recoveries on record after such a steep plunge and i mean really the the climb back started with investors piling back into growth and tech stocks and that's carried so much of the market upward four the last year since you mentioned tech stocks. It's important to stress. These gains have not been seen across all sectors. Exactly so you know after. We reached this bottom on march. Twenty third twenty twenty. It became pretty clear pretty quickly. That investors were concentrating their money in growth stocks and big tech stocks. And so you saw big gains right off. The bat in what traders liked to call the fang stocks and so that stands for facebook apple amazon netflix in google's parent alphabet which spells out the acronym fang and these companies are so large and they comprise so much of the snp that was helping push the s. and p. five hundred up but you weren't just seeing growth and big tech. You're seeing of course you know Traders really interested in in companies like tesla. You're seeing zoom. You are seeing just all of these growth in tech companies Rising because i mean one simple explanation for it is that they were the companies that were standing to benefit the most from the pandemic shopping online. You had people using cloud computing and you know video messaging software and things like that and so that was really driving the market upward. You know of course. There is from time to time rotations into cyclical stocks and more of your industrials and energy and banks. But it really was for so much of twenty twenty just the growth in tech leading s ahead and then caitlyn more recently. We've seen a stall in us stocks. The nasdaq briefly went into correction territory earlier. This month last week. All three major indexes lost ground. What's going on here. So since the start of the year. We've seen this really steep and swift move up in bonney olds and that's had a ripple effect across the market so the short version is basically that the economy is recovering people are getting vaccinated and investors are really looking ahead to summer or fall where things might be returning back to normal and so of course there have been some concerns of inflation creeping into the market and so that's driven bond yields up which has an impact on assets across the market and so investors have been dumping shares of tech companies Basically because you know higher yields can mean higher borrowing costs for for businesses and higher yields also make investors reevaluate. How much they're willing to pay for. Future earnings and because significant earnings for tech stocks are expected to come in the future. It makes investors basically question how much they're willing to pay for those earnings. So you're seeing investors pullback from tech. You're seeing quite an uptick in energy and banks and and other cyclical stocks so. It's going to be really interesting to see how long lasting trend s and finally kaylin you talk to traders and analysts as a markets reporter. What's peaking your interest for the future. I think we're in this really interesting period in markets. Where right now so much of what's happening in the growth versus value trade is very fundamentals based and people are trying to evaluate the impact that yield will have on tech stocks like i mentioned in growth companies and what that will mean for banks and energy companies and everything that we've talked about so far but then you have this whole other segment of the market that is less connected to fundamentals right now. You know we saw the massive rise in the minimum stocks earlier. This year the game stops the amc's of the world you know we have this ongoing specs craze Cryptocurrency at that market is incredibly interesting. It's just gonna be really interesting because you have these two kind of branches of the markets that are going on right now. Where there's just this euphoria in some segments and then everyone is also trying to drill down this value versus tech trade. So i'm just going to be really interested to see what happens especially in these other segments of the market as we see more interest among retail traders as we see the spac craze probably only going to continue to grow and see what effect that has on the broader market
Zegarowski, Creighton beat Ohio 72-58 to reach NCAA Sweet 16
"For the first twelve minutes so high look like it might make a game of it the thirteenth seeded bobcats went up by one point on fifth seed Creighton but the blue jays went on a twenty to four run to close out the half and breeze to a seventy two to fifty eight win created advances to a Sweet Sixteen meeting with unbeaten Gonzaga the blue jays had four players in double figures led by Marcus Sigur ros skis twenty white Wilson had twelve for Ohio Tom McCabe Indianapolis
No. 3 Illinois beats No. 9 Ohio State to take Big Ten title
"Hello no I has won seven straight games heading into the NCAA tournament the twenty three and six Illini held off pesky Ohio state in overtime ninety one eighty eight to claim the big ten tournament championship I to sue who was sixteen points was one of six Illini players to score in double figures you know we just played anywhere close team we we knew everything that was wrong also released came out that was going to make the most plays the who's gonna grab loose balls in the fifty fifty balls lane Washington let twenty one and nine Ohio state with thirty two points the Buckeyes came from seventeen down in the first half to force the overtime but Illinois has the advantage in the extra period Tom McCabe Indianapolis
No. 3 Illinois gets past No. 5 Iowa, into Big Ten title game
"Ohio state appear to have the game in hand when it went up by thirteen on number one seed Michigan with just over four minutes to go the Wolverines fought back and had a chance to win it but Mike Smith missed a jumper with two seconds left Buckeyes center dewayne Washington had twenty four points in the sixty eight to sixty seven victory we definitely are going to continue to learn from from these games that we've been playing you know we yes they've been coming down to the wire and you know but we've been doing a good job in game two of the semi finals Illinois was in control from the outset and went on to an eighty two seventy one win over Iowa the Illini got twenty six points from Kofi **** burn Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Garza leads No. 5 Iowa past Wisconsin in Big Ten tourney
"The top four seeds in the big ten men's tournament are headed to the semi finals number four Michigan will play ninth ranked Ohio state the Wolverines came back from a twelve point deficit to beat Maryland seventy nine sixty six a game that saw Michigan coach John Howard ejected that's not the way how you handle situations like that on the verse of moments can let your emotions get the best of you it took overtime for the Buckeyes to beat Purdue eighty seven seventy eight number three Illinois dominated Rutgers ninety to sixty eight and beats Iowa the fifth ranked Hawkeyes eat down the sixty two fifty seven win over Wisconsin Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Charges dropped against officers seen shoving 75-year-old man
"Felony assault charges against two police officers. NPR's Brian Mann says the charges stemmed from injuries sustained by an elderly man during a black lives matter March. Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe, with the Buffalo Police Department were captured on cell phone video in early June, shoving 75 year old Martin Georgino on the ground. He cracked his skull on the pavement and spent a month in the hospital. Every county district attorney, John Flynn charged the officers with felony assault, but now a grand jury has dismissed the case. Speaking at a press conference, Flynn predicted that critics will accuse him of not prosecuting the case against the officers. Aggressively enough. Look at each one of you in the eye right now. I'm telling you. That I sandbag nothing, Flynn said. The grand jury proceedings are secret so he could release no details explaining why the charges were dropped. Brian Mann NPR NEWS This is NPR news.
Grand Jury Votes Not to Indict Buffalo New York Police Officers Accused of Shoving Protester
"Felony charges against to Buffalo, New York police officers have been dropped Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe were charged with felony assault for shoving an elderly protester to the ground and leaving him to believe, Yuri County District Attorney John Flynn said the grand jury declined to indict that. Crime was committed here. Alright, but Again. We have a system in place here. Where society makes all decisions. It took Martin Good Gino a month in the hospital before he recovered. Flynn said Gugino violated a curfew in place at the time, but should not have been shoved. Aaron Kit RISKY. ABC NEWS New YORK
Assault charges dropped against Buffalo, New York, police officers seen pushing protester
"New York police officers have been drops Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe were charged with felony assault for shoving an elderly protester to the ground and leaving him to believe, Yuri County District Attorney John Flynn said the grand jury declined to indict that, all right. Um what Then we have a system in place here where society makes all decisions. It took Martin Googie No. A month in the hospital before he recovered. Flynn said Gugino violated a curfew in place at the time, but should not have been shoved. Aaron Kit RISKY. ABC NEWS New YORK
'Sisters With Transistors': Pioneers Of Electronic Music
"Musical instruments that produce sound by using electronic circuitry bore the names of male inventors, and they were popularized by male artists. It is Allyson McCabe reports. Women were and still are at the forefront with a new documentary. They're finally getting their due in the 19 twenties, the Russian physicist Leon Thurman, debuted and electronic instrument that could be played without any physical contact. Musician stood in front of a box and wave their hands over antennas summoning otherworldly sounds seemingly from thin air. Experiment might have been a passing novelty, if not for the late Clara Rock quarry Ah, virtuoso who, well concert hall audiences and helped refine the instruments design music. It was not suspected, as she recalled in the 1992 interview with public radio station W Q. X are there was no way of breaking the sound. You couldn't make the cut that you couldn't make separation. All I had to do is inspire him that I needed. Frogmore is just one in a long line of women who change the shape and sound of modern music, says filmmaker Lisa Robin er. When most people think of electronic music in most cases, they'll picture men pushing the buttons knobs in the boundaries. So one of the things that really drew me to the story was that this was a story of women being enabled by new technology robbers. New documentary sisters with transistors celebrates their achievements spotlighting pioneers such as Daphne or, UM, who was hired as a studio engineer by the BBC in the 19 forties, while men were off fighting in the war after hours or, um, began recording and manipulating sounds on magnetic tape. Man. Her experiments led to the co founding of the BBC's Radio Franek Workshop, which also provided a platform for Delia Derbyshire. She crafted sounds for hundreds of BBC programs, including the iconic theme music for the TV side by Syria's doctor who which debuted in 1963. Five years later, Wendy Carlos took the first commercially available keyboard base of the Sizer to the general public. She introduced the instrument she helped Robert Mode design on her album switched on Bach, which sold more than a million copies. At the same time, female composers continued working on their own music. Juilliard trained Laurie Spiegel says Elektronik Instruments helped them bypass creative and professional obstacles and give voice to their compositions themselves. It was like looking the way a painter or a writer works. You were working on the actual work itself. You were being a piece of music out of sound that you could then play for somebody else. Instead of just having a piece of paper that you then needed someone else to go and perform. As a researcher at Bell Labs in the 19 seventies, Spiegel made music using experimental computer systems and complex algorithms to generate entirely new sounds. 1977 Spiegel's work was included on the Voyager golden record launched into space to represent all of humankind. That, she says the achievements of women have often gone on recognized early computer programmers very often where women because it was considered clerical. Then when they began to be called computer science, then it was suddenly totally men, and it was for gotten their women involved in your early days of computers. History of women has been a story of silence. Of breaking through the silence. We shall not be rubbed any longer. It's beautiful noise. Sisters with transistors is narrated by Laurie Anderson in 1977. Anderson debuted the tape Bow Violin, which allowed her to create her own performance art. In the 19 eighties, Anderson modified her Elektronik Trump set turning her body into an instrument. We gotta Lynn Drum machine and it was broken. And so I took it apart. And I thought, Well, what if you sold it into a suit? You know on your views to the various drum pads, specially For today's pioneers. Electronic music isn't just music. It's also a tool to break down barriers, says composer Yvette Janine Jackson. My creative journey with electronic music.
No. 7 Michigan uses strong defense to rout Purdue 70-53
"Michigan have produced number all night in route to a seventy to fifty three win the number seven Wolverines held the Boilermakers to thirty percent shooting forward Isaiah livers led Michigan with twenty two points and ten rebounds I'm just locked in I think at a point where I was just like you know what go out there playing my game now think it shot somebody shot sturdy cord to unite this is what I'm built shooter the wind keeps the Wolverines atop the big ten standings and thirteen and one overall who was led in scoring by tripping on Williams with fourteen points the Boilermakers now eleven six saw a four game winning streak snapped I'm Tom McCabe
Porzingis' big night leads Mavericks past Pacers 124-112
"A strong fourth quarter lifted Dallas to a one twenty four one twelve win over Indiana the mavs outscored the Pacers thirty one to twenty in the final period and shot fifty two percent for the game to snap a three game losing streak Kristoffersen guess had twenty seven points and thirteen rebounds to lead Dallas right was one of those nights where you just came easy a lot of a lot of good looks a lot of good opportunities a lot of layers of an essence and and and make those you know get those cheesy ones and and I'm glad we got the win Sir Jeremy lamb who missed the past eleven months with an ACL injury returned to action and had ten points Malcolm Brogdon led Indiana which has lost four of its last six games with twenty six points Tom McCabe Indianapolis
How Netskope is Refining Edge Security
"Today we have sanjay beri. He is the ceo and co founder of netscape sanjay. Welcome to the show. Thank you great to be here all right so we always give all of our guests an opportunity to tell us exactly what their company does. Your the ceo and founder of netscape. What do you guys do absolutely so. Our focus is making sure that organizations enterprises across the world can leverage the new way people work remote for example and do it securely star focuses protecting enterprises from threats theft of data while enabling them to work the way they want to liberty in cloud leveraging the internet working remote in so on and so our category as making would call. It is something called secure access services edge. It's a redefinition of the market of data security to a new cloud security edge. All right so. Explain that to me without using the your industry buzzwords. Because i think this because i'll i'll let me frames up my perspective on this. I've worked at different companies. Or let's say remote i so or maybe they're even cloud native i so we didn't really depend too much on too much. Enterprise security everyone just kind of logged into public cloud. If they were developers they would have me. Vpn are asa access. So that would get them to their development instances so there's a lot of audience that doesn't quite understand exactly why enterprises needs connectivity. Security solutions like netscape kind of framing for me like what's happening in the marketplace. What's happening with your customers. And why products and services like yours are needed to begin with totally totally so just if you step back. The single biggest market insecurity people spend close to thirty billion dollars a year on. Is this market call data network security and what is that. It's the stuff that you heard of like wham. Gateways firewalls data. Loss systems proxies. They're all boxes Somewhere near network so biggest. market insecurity. the problem. There's problems with that market. The world has moved on meaning one sixty seven percent of people work remote and people don't want to go back and bp another corporate network anymore they want to go straight to the internet straight to cloud and so one. The location of those boxes wrong It's forcing inefficiencies performance problems too much expense and so people are saying. Wait a minute. I don't want these boxes. Mike perimeter. I want this edge in the cloud. Where no matter where i am. I have great fast access to my resources in. I have this security on ramp right that is everywhere in the world and you know with us. Fifty milliseconds away from anybody in the world doesn't matter what country would city and is this virtual clouded so one the change in the way that people are working remote partners accessing things assessing the change in location if your security in this market to the language has changed and so important point every ten years maybe fifteen. The language of the internet changes so reality is remember way back when paolo to networks came out and and they said hey we're going to beat cisco juniper and all these folks and it's because the language internet has changed it's all about application identification. The reality is that that has happened again. Ten years later and now the world and the language and internet is. Api's it's j. It's you that's how applications are built. The internet is built and so as a result all those systems that you spend thirty billion on that. Sit in the wrong location. They don't understand the language. And so i'll give you this great example. Send with his so and she said to me. Hey sanjay Okay is about four years ago. she goes I got these systems. I got these proxies. I got this firewall. In what more do i need. And i said what are they telling you. And she goes water all their bill. You know five or cave data amazon. And i go to her will. What are you gonna do with that. I mean i don't know a quarter of the internet goes goes to actually. I don't know what to do that. And i go well. It speaks the wrong language stickers in sticks his in and i our system tells her actually that guys on slack gonna public channel sending credit card by the way it is fighting. Mccabe data amazon. They're both right and i go. What do you want which one she goes. I want the second one data this point. The language internet changed and so this concept of mexico is put your security where you want in the virtual edge no matter where people work there and speak the language that the internet speaks so you can set in protect your data in a much better way to. That's a short summary for you.
Social Media Is the New Wall Street Trading Desk
"There's been an influx of new traders in the stock market in the last year or so and we report that many of them have been turning to social media for information on what to make end where to invest here to talk. more about. what's been going on is our markets reporter mccabe. Hey caitlin thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me. So what exactly have we been seeing so over the past year really since the pandemic started. You've seen this rush of retail trading activity occurring and this has been a trend. That's been years in the making but because we've had so many people who were working at home. The markets were so volatile. You saw all these first time. Traders signing up for accounts and trying their hands at trading stocks and options and other securities and a lot of them are pulling their trading ideas from online communities across the internet. So you're seeing social media sites like tiktok twitter. Facebook read it youtube and many more that i haven't named all these young traders young and an all ages are going onto these communities and they're talking about stocks and they're bragging about their gains and commiserating about their losses and just debating which stocks they should be buying. And what does that look like. Are there any stories that stuck out to you. Yes so definitely. I mean as i've mentioned before we're seeing all of these traders who are trying their hands at this for the first time and do the pandemic people are often working from home or they may have been furloughed or laid off from a job and so we talked to one trader who during that period where she was out of work she was deciding to try her hands at the market and so Joined a discord group for the chat platform there and basically with a group of friends. She would wake up early every day. And kind of assess her stock moves and look at her options positions and then would jump on zoom call with her friends and live. Trade is trading kicked off every single day. And so i think what's most interesting about this trend is you're finding all of these. Traders are finding these little pockets of communities in which you know. They're learning about the stock market and they're teaching each other swapping tips. But some are telling me that they found really good friends in these communities and you know now they have these routines that they've established during the pandemic that you know maybe a year or two before they weren't doing and so really interesting that you know if people are out of work. I've talked to several traders who were like this that they're turning to the markets as a source of income and away to occupy some of their time.
Bridges' big night helps Suns break through at Indiana
"Phoenix took control of the game for good in the fourth quarter and came away with the one twenty five one seventeen win over Indiana and eleven all run in the final period put the signs up by thirteen and the Pacers could not fight back McGill bridges had a career best thirty four points to lead seven three Phoenix the sun's committed just two turnovers in the game the Montesa bonus had twenty eight points in twenty two rebounds for Indiana which is now six and three Tom McCabe Indianapolis
"mccabe" Discussed on The 45th
"So former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe is doing the media round. He's got a new book. I don't know if it's all coming out. I think this week or I don't anyhow it's almost out. It's called the threat and is actually not. It's sounds like it might be about Trump. It's mostly not about Trump. It's mostly about like terrorism threats and working CT counterterrorism and the FBI and that's been about. But you know, a lot of his interviews have centered around the threat coming on inside the White House, and there has been some crazy stuff. That's been said not crazy in the sense that he's crazy. But but just shining light on what has been going on in the White House and year, one McCabe general adding is problematic figure, not not a bad guy that extent he's like I'm saying that he's the villain quote, unquote. But he is a problematic figure in the ways handled. Everything has been. From his interviews. And the excerpts I've read the book, it almost seems like he just didn't know how to handle things refusal fair enough Neri yet things are so out of the ordinary. He's too. I didn't know what rod Rosenstein because Rosenstein, wrote the memo volunteer. He said he volunteered. Right. The memo to fire Komi, then publicly goes says, no I didn't like he how that's not. How it was. It was not a memo to fire Komi. It was like summarizing valid complaints about comas actions. Right. Right. But the point is that he he apparently volunteered to do it. Then he went up and said, no, that's not. I mean, it's like he doesn't know how to handle to himself in offered he up. Remember the reports about him offering to wear wire. Right. So that's a problem. Like simple. I'm assuming here. Mccabe was involved in those stories it's not really clear, but it's the way he is releasing formation seems designed to cause controversy and confusion not to eliminate situation McCabe McCabe Rosenstein, Rosenthal. causing the same credit chaos in messaging, stay quiet, which is probably the right strategy here. If you're gonna stay in the government and stay in system, McCabe is all over the place, and it's not even that he's the cabin Komi..
"mccabe" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Away i have made a mistake i've confused mccabe was struck strong smirked it was mccabe that lost part of his patron not struck struck to me these guys are one and the same there cookie cutters in there they're all the same they're all devoted to the same cause and they've all been telling the same lies they all been doing the same kind of cover ups call me mccabe struck stroke lisa page bruce or that the whole the whole collection of them here's bob in hayward california bob i'm glad you called great have you here rush bay area and belly of the beast it does to you thank you sir very much it's amazing the blatant duplicity with these democrats who sit there and cheer stroke and want to give him a purple heart and all this stuff because they so readily and easily accepted that he can separate his personal view and completed job with integrity somebody like cabin all is completely incapable of separating his personal views in completing his job with integrity oh excellent point i especially when you compare them side by side here we have a guy rent cavenaugh with there's nothing anybody can find about the guy the guy has no challenging problems with his honor is integrity his character but struck stroke is a demonstrable liar a proud one by the way and he was applauded for it yesterday that that's all bob's point here peter struck is being plotted he should get the purple heart for daring detaille gone these republicans in war and beating them back they thought struck stroke beat the republicans in the hearings and he deserves a purple heart cavenaugh you're absolutely right there's not a single thing disqualifying this guy and they want to do everything they can to kinda destroy them it's a great illustration of the partisanship especially for people who may not be able to figure it out glad you called out there bob the belly beast we'll be back okay s f o traffic is sponsored by the ticket clinic an accident hayward eighty southbound before a street has the right lane blocked a tractor trailer accident southbound what a one just south of eight eighty a red bulb oh big rig with a trailer and a white gmc bob around the right hand shoulder a solo crash on northbound two eighty just north of sandhill tan pickup ran off the roadways now in the center divide crash on napa road just north of one twentyone about a mile of equal hit a deer the vehicle is on the right hand shoulder leaking fluid the deer ran off a multi vehicle accident westbound by baby just east of north flynn too big rigs and a great toyota or on the right hand shoulder an accident westbound five eighty just east of six eighty the vehicles have been moved to the right hand shoulder the roadway is clear westbound five eighty just west of grant line there sheet metal in lane three.
"mccabe" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Ex right next to you david hogg but also to the fbi is institution got to be kidding me with that they haven't done any they haven't done any because everybody respects the fbi because they're coming in mccabe in the world this is insane so you know what this is obviously as mccabe trying to distract from his whole legal thing because he wants the focus to be directed at trump because when in doubt just blame trump for everything.
"mccabe" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"And and as i was reading it i noticed a footnote just the piney little footnote on page fifteen i don't think anybody really or maybe maybe other people did but nobody really played it up but when when the when the inspector general you know what mccabe did was he was busted by the wall street journal for his wife taking all this money from the clintons basically through terry mcauliffe there there close crony who was governor of virginia they were giving money to andrew mccabe wife's campaign for the state senate in virginia six hundred seventy five thousand that seems like a lot of money for a state senate campaign anywhere even in california and so after she gets the six hundred seventy five thousand dollars basically through clinton cutouts andrew mccabe takes over the clinton email investigation in the wall street journal bus him on it right before the election and it was a they was buried it was buried deep in a story but it's one of those things as leaps out at you was so egregious such a scandalous bit of news and so mccabe freaks out because he wants to be the next fbi director so he starts having this a starts having lisa page strucks girlfriend start leaking stuff to the wall street journal reporter who broke the story about how he was fighting back and trying to keep the email investigation going and all the the clinton email investigation going so anyway the election ends the election's over they lose there's a new sheriff in town so to speak sort of if you wanna call sessions a sheriff and the i g starts investigating it and says who's leaking all this stuff to the wall street journal and mccabe is lies new is allies and i'll tell finish the story and ann coulter is joining us now on the line and good to have you with us here on the howie carr show actually really enjoying that story i'm going to look up your article in the herald will let me finish the story in the see if you appreciate the story as much as i do so they realize they realize eventually hey you know this guy mccabe he's lion dust he's not telling us the truth he's the he's the.
"mccabe" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The three about what general flynn said when he was questioned by the fbi right that's what we're dealing with in the deep state mccabe this is the same mccabe who not only leaked information to the press but changed the forms to get somebody indicted that is what the globalists' are all about it's about what george orwell talked about every record has been destroyed are falsified every book or interview rewritten every picture has been repainted three zero to form george orwell called mccabe many decades ago but this is what our country would become might find of interest indra mccabe's wife ran for a senate seat in the state of virginia andrew mccabe used his position at the fbi to help her campaign that also is illegal but what's also interesting in even further illegality is that his wife received seven hundred thousand dollars of a surrogate from hillary clinton being terry mcauliffe this is the same mccabe that was investigating the hillary email scandal do you wonder why that email server scandal wasn't prosecuted by the fbi you see the globalist rely on the destruction of the rule of law for themselves and manipulating rewriting the law to take down adversaries they rewrote the three oh two forms of general flynn to prosecute him to take him out why would they do that too general flynn how about this general flynn before he was involved with the trump campaign and ultimately became the national security director for trump for a brief period of time prior to that and after he had retired is being a general in the united states military army he was the director of the defense intelligence agency now let me give you a little bit of a hint you don't become the head of the defense intelligence agency being a schmo you gotta be really smart and you have to be thinking for steps ahead of your adversaries because if you don't dead in a box general flynn is alive and well you see they had a takeout general flynn because of his honesty several years ago he came forward and he leaked information about benghazi what it was about that it was a weapons running operation overseen by obama and clinton weapons that.
"mccabe" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"Setting some alarm bells to you mica interesting probably mccabe i think the mccabe thing is more it shows i guess certain premeditation of them thinking like okay you know if mccabe is going to be a primary witness in the muller investigation than it would be good for us to sully mccabe reputation that sort of thing i don't know obviously like the lawyer thinks is striking but i think the mccain thing has been it's sort of months of laying the groundwork for something to finally knowing that that campaign is definitely happening the campaign to like desultory mccabe name i guess my question is still think there's a chance that the mccabe firing is is weird and might be a result of a campaign to is either a direct or indirect result of the campaign to discredit him and that matter so direct means they just were trying to get him out and they got him out on a flimsy pretext it could also be indirect though in the sense that maybe mccabe was less than forthcoming and maybe the mccabe thing isn't that big of a deal just to clarify for listeners that the report by the disciplinary committee at the fbi recommending them cave be fired is not public so we don't know the detail details at all the mccabe has said it's based on a misunderstanding like he what he went back and corrected the record on something after session of questioning and that is where the failure to be forthcoming sort of slap on the wrist and recommendation to be fired as coming from so it's a little bit it's still murky but it's being spun politically which is why we're so yeah.
"mccabe" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Fourstar sort of situation or just a turf war of some kind but they they are not allies and i think that's an important thing to remember because madison somebody that of all the cabinet members of all the people in the administration that the president at this point pretty much always listens to in respects his opinion point david is calling from oklahoma city oklahoma hi david hi kim i i just have a question regarding the firing of mccabe and that is that since trump over the weekend in his tweets type that to the muller investigation with jeff sessions having recused himself i'm not sure how that plays in terms of him firing mccabe and additionally the timing of it i think is very trumpian and it's been victimless and so i wondered if someone could explain how sessions was in a position to fire mccain well yeah so just a couple of things obviously the as attorney general jeff sessions does have the power to fire someone like andrew mccabe i think one thing your callers referring to is the fact is he was he was just shy at mr mccabe was just shy of serving enough time to get his full federal pension and by firing him right before he was about to retire earlier than he had anticipated you know previously it essentially deprived him of this pension there seems to be negotiations going on it's a little unclear how much of mr mccabe pension he will be able to collect a lawmaker has raised the prospect of even hiring him for a day so that somehow he'd fill out his federal service but that certainly you know there's there's no question that it was not lost on anyone that the timing of it was designed to exact a financial penalty of mr mccabe who again is the subject of an i report i georgia's calling.
"mccabe" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"And and now we've you know another story that it comes out from over the weekend more on that troublesome fbi agent and some of his relationships with feis accord judge and things of that nature i mean this guy this guy mccabe a chronic leaker so there's the swamp aspect of it so the so the fake news you know the the tribalist for team gop they get a firm that way then the swamp aspect of it the tribalist for hashtag maga you get a firm that way you're both right then you know if you're if you're hashtag resist you watch trump's just punkish behavior in response to this and he helps to feed your narrative for you i mean that that response that aaron just cited isn't presidential in the least i don't think trump even behave that way on the apprentice man and he he made the whole story about himself see this was an excellent opportunity to take the high road to thank the attorney general and different agencies for conducting oversight and doing what was necessary and that was it and then just moving on but trump is the media the media is trump they are in a toxic symbiotic relationship they are to cancerous agents fighting over a dead corpse and and so no matter who wins the re the end result is death and the way he communicates in this gets to the point rick santorum today crtv the way that he communicates trump.
"mccabe" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Deputy director andrew mccabe after the justice department's internal watchdog accused mccabe of misconduct here's the statement by sessions quote after an extensive and fair investigation and according to department of justice procedure that apartments office of the inspector general provided its report on allegations of misconduct by andrew mccabe to the fbi's office of professional responsibility the fbi's opr then review the reports and underlying documents and issued a disciplinary proposal recommending the dismissal of mister mccain the g and the fbi opr reports concluded that mr mccabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor including under oath on multiple occasions the f b i expect every employee to adhere to the highest standards of honesty integrity and accountability that's the main part of the statement donald trump of course was quick to make this into something it probably shouldn't have been he said andrew mccabe on twitter andrew mccabe fired a great day for the hardworking men and women of the fbi a great day for democracy sanctimonious james komi was his boss and made mccabe look like a choir boy he knew all about the lies and corruption going on at the highest levels of the fbi this is one of those stories and we said this ally during the twenty sixteen election what if everybody's worst assumptions about the other is true right and and i think i think this story in the way the way that it tentacled said a word the way tentacled over the weekend.
"mccabe" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Basically the kiss of death at the fbi the fbi can excuse a lot of things you can lose your gun you could drive drunk you beat your spouse and you know you'll be disciplined but you can keep your job lack of candor there's no coming back from that so i really wanna see this report to be able to judge will what exactly was said did he flat out lie i spoke with mccabe and and he is adamant he you know he was did not mislead anybody that that he did not lie he was not that he was he did show candor and that this is all an effort to discredit him and frankly the president's tweets over the weekend and john statements play right into that argument because their work career officials at the fbi injustice partment involved in this process and the doj would very much like to to remind the public that this is a real process not a politicized one but the president by every time he opens his mouth on twitter and breaks up andrew mccabe and taunt him or goads him or talks about his wife or pension it just adds to mccain's offense at this is all about this is all about this is all about trying to discredit me let me stay with you on this and come back to my question about sessions there are a couple of different questions on pack my initial i cut and just sort of say personal there's obviously a theory out there that sessions was given a litmus test here by trump and there's sort of a conspiracy theory in some ways but the notion that sessions kind of by by firing by green afire mccabe preserved his own position but embedded within that question is another question that i'd like you to dress which is the question of how it is that sessions could make this decision at all given that he is supposedly recused from anything that touches on the russia gusta gatien which mccabe is he rightly points out could end up being witnessing in a variety of different potential forums going forward depending on what miller does.
"mccabe" Discussed on AM Joy
"Of service and you need to reach the age of the the so reready at twenty more years but he didn't reach the age twenty six hours or of being fifty years old that's not be a reason look you're gonna tell me the session the thirty general of the united states who lied to congress when he went to go get confirmed at all no i never spoke to the right said who is of part and parcel of this ida administration that we have donald trump's yeah mr itell the true all of the time i'm not going to judge men on andrew mccabe twenty six hours before no this was mean this was been dictated and we should have a little balance that's all i'm doing have you heard back from mr mackay on your offer no haven't heard haven't heard back from them but i hope that he comes by and look i'm being very very clear very transparent if this resolves the issue on the other hand quite honestly if wants to stay and work in the office through july the second of twenty nineteen which is my last day in congress he's welcome to come and work with you know on the judiciary committee i'm one of the proponents the articles of impeachment of this president and we love and we are sure that he could be of great value great service to us on the judiciary there because i want to read you what the chairman of the committee that you serve on the house shake many bob goodlatte had to say about the firing of andrew mccabe said i applaud attorney general jeff sessions for taking action and firing former fbi director andrew mccabe prior to his scheduled retirement mr caves actions of tarnished reputation on the fbi america's premiere law agency what do you make of republicans including the chairman of your committee attacking andrew mccabe and applauding him being fired such that he could not get his pension.
"mccabe" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Yeah that's what i wanna know joe giving you the week risky dan i i'm picking up what you're putting down finally really finally because i said finally before it was the penultimate finally this is the finally andy mccabe goes to the white house talks to rights priebus the former chief of staff about a report in the new york times about russian connections to the trump team this is this is a true story this is the story of blow your mind mccabe tells prebus innocence that oh that story's all junk they don't know what they're talking about it the new york times previous reasonably joe who is the former chief of staff says to mccabe well can you guys put out a public statement saying this is garbage is rushing connection store you're telling me this he says i'll get back to you mccabe checks would call me gets back to prebus senses sorry we can't do anything publicly obviously prebus disappointed because mccabe told ham it was a crap story what appears in the newspaper the next day a headline priebus and white house try to influence fbi to make story go away wait what what are you talking about priebus is understandably pissed if that's his hey dude you came up to me and told me the story was junk i didn't ask you to make it go away you told me that and then i said can you say that publicly who else could have been a source for that leak this guy mccabe had to been the source had to he was trying to make or someone connected to him was trying to make the white house look awful by leaking that tidbit of information folks this is the scrapes andy mccabe had to go god bless the men and women of the fbi you're the best among us i really appreciate the work you do i've worked with a lot of people calling.
"mccabe" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Mccabe fired president trump tweeted it's a great day for the hardworking men and women of the fbi in referring to the ouster of former fbi deputy director andrew mccabe correspondent laura jarrett tells us he says both og an f b i o p r reports concluded that mr mccabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor including under oath on multiple occasions jared also notes for mccabe the big issue in all of this is his pension he is eligible to retire early if he had been able to stay until sunday when he turns fifty but because he is being fired now at age forty nine that jeopardizes a significant portion of his pension mccabe defended himself saying he's being targeted because he's a key witness into whether president trump tried to obstruct the rush probe and the ulster is yet another way to try to discredit him i'm barbara kusak march madness living up to its billing westwood one sports kevin kugler has the call for the tournaments friday nights doner vouchers it into giral walks out sixteen for seventy four fifty four correspondent bill michaels reports the oregon supreme court suspended a judge who refused mary same sex couples over a series of ethics charges including allegations he violated gun laws marion county circuit judge bands day was given a three year suspension without pay that's the longest suspension the court has handed down in its history an ethics panel recommended in two thousand sixteen the day be removed according to the associated press but the court decided instead to order the suspension i'm barbara kusak message and data rates may apply what if there were a business.
"mccabe" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"What andrew mccabe is describing there and we'll have to hold one against the other right and two things can simultaneously be true and ben put this well when he was describing it it is absolutely clear name another deputy director of the fbi who was became a household name he became a household name because he was attacked by first presidential candidate donald trump and then president donald trump and he's in he was attacked and i would submit probably fired for largely political reasons and i would throw in there the absolutely shameful sing signal singling out that sarah huckabee sanders did of him from the podium yesterday but this episode that he alludes to you know it's part of this behind the scenes dads that's really necessary part of washington that goes on where on background officials guide reporters to help reporters get their stories more accurate to make sure that things are not written that are unfair to subjects targets of an investigation this this is a dance that has to go on that needs to go on behind the scenes but something happened there that i that leased it sounds like the inspector general found wasn't exactly right and something then seemed to have happened with mccabe testimony that the inspector generalized suspect had a problem with so the fury that mccabe has about the politicization of the fbi in about his being fired i totally get i don't want to say that it's clear that his conduct has been completely above reproach because it feels like it's much more complicated story than that.
"mccabe" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Bob was rushed into this presentation yesterday and session turns it around today i think is is completely abnormal and was done only in order to be sure they could take away his pension before sunday harry let me stay with you on on this distinction because of the case you just mentioned was not of a member of the fbi is there within the justice department a different day higher standard for members of the fbi in situations like this which in in the reports the indicates a did not tell the truth when he was questioned the short answer is no mccabe was of a certain level that the attorney general himself needed to decide the issue but the overall procedural path from the i g the same i g to opr to the attorney general is the same it just happens that the opr in one instance is with the fbi and the other instance department of justice no reason at all to do it on this time line except to maliciously take away this guy's pension something that fbi agents really think about no about an are going to be shaken up about ned price your reaction to this lawrence i would agree with harry something about this smells very fishy and it's more than just the timing it's more than the fact that this comes just forty eight hours or so before his retirement would kick in it's more than the fact this takes place on a friday night at ten pm eastern time it's also the fact that this takes place separate and apart from the release of the inspector general report the inspector general report on andy mccabe and the broader hillary clinton matter as i understand it has been completed for a while now it's been undergoing review so why rush this why does aggregate the to pull out the mccabe information fire him well before it seems the i g report is going to be released we also have to remember the point you raise before.
"mccabe" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Loose loosen the presidents of explanation for it to his followers and supporters about why andrew mccabe should go he was asked this just last week listen to this question and answer excellent vibrant hung should mccain's y'all president should makiko while the cape got more than five hundred thousand dollars from essentially hillary clinton and is he investigating hillary clinton so david frum two lives their number one mccabe did not get five hundred thousand and he did not get anything he certainly did not get anything from hillary clinton his wife is a political candidate got about five hundred thousand from a pack controlled by the governor of virginia adding nothing to do with hillary clinton the about the president in explaining his position on the deputy director of the fbi can tell lies that just sale right through and we also stress that andrew mccabe swipe was a person in a row breitwiser own life was running for state office this state office where they deal with snow removal the virginia state budget whether or not how's it should be taxed more in cars tax less those the issues of virginia roads highways on whether or not there should be a subway that opens in in the parking lot of dulles airport all all the way inside dulles airport those are the issues the virginia state legislature they have nothing to do with the work of the fbi and the biggest lie of all lawrence at the time when she was running he was had nothing to do with the clinton investigation in the fbi it wasn't until after the election that he took the reins at all exactly harry david julia thanks all of you really appreciate you being your make it coming up republicans took a major step in their attack muller investigation today by deciding to release that classified material that the republican staff of the house intelligence committee has simply.
"mccabe" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Instead of look we've seen the numerous ports as all of you have and any specifics i can tell you none of this decision was made by that of the white house in any specifics i would refer you to the fbi i look at the president stands by his previous comments but in terms of the situation today as i just said we've seen the reports just as all of you have we don't have any specific comments the president did not play a role in younger became stepping now yes i can say the president was a part of this decision making process no one at the white house contact with the fbi foul mccain known one putting directors or even had any discussions about his his tenure at the fbi didn't even at the white house now there are more of it nothing specific to mccabe in his stepping down as of today no one of the white house giving instructions or even communique fbi about the white house's view on andrew mccabe really are well let's go to some news reports of a tweet from donald trump back to nbc in recent weeks the white house has agitated for me caves exit say he's part of a broader pattern of bias against the present in the highest levels of federal law enforcement seems like they had some sort of discussion uh more trump's repeated criticism of mccabe which is very public both in public and private made the fbi said director the leading example of concerns republicans have increasingly raise about potential impartiality of the justice department while they've been all over television talking about that and then there is of course this trump's tweet he said how can fbi deputy director andrew mccabe the man in charge along with leaking james colmey of the phony hillary clinton investigation hooting or thirty three thousand illegally deleted emails.