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"mcclosky" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"I believe it really gives you a leg up when you're talking to different sponsors to different clients. Different sneeze about anything whether it's value based care is your healthy centralized. Trials clinical evidence generation or reimbursement I think it really takes. Hold on the route of creating the necessary scaffolding. You need to succeed in this new new world war facing at the end of the day. I want to be surrounded by individuals who don't fit the culture but they further. And i think i've done a good job of really having opportunity and joining high-performing teams. Who are all rolling rolling their about us at same northstar so that makes sense. I mean the culture is so key inside a company one thing. I'm curious from your perspective dual and has been building digital solutions for sounds like sixteen years and has come transitioned or has been focused on the pharmaceutical value as late specifically pharmaceutical manufacturers wooded some of the challenges kind of getting foreign manufacturers onboard or communicating the value of digital strategies. Yeah i like to Think about a quote that mark twain saying they said. You can't depend on your eyes when your imagination without a focus. And i think when it comes to farm or or anyone who's been you know in business in the pharma value chain for quite some time. They have a very prescribed lie near process. Their main aim is to reduce risk is to reduce errors is to avoid uncertainty or deviations. And i think when you think about digital when you're thinking beyond the pill initiatives you have to iterating. You have to be agile. You can't just saw reducing errors or uncertainty. You have to solve for driving new insights. And gary klein's book seeing what others don't You know organizations often suppress sites because of forces locked deep inside their dna. You know understandably. They value predictability. They recoil from surprises and they crave perfection or the absence of errors. You know a lot of time. Energy and resources are dedicated executing and tinkering with the plan. That's laid out the worst sources schedules. It's not allocated to developing insight and we're thinking about a new on the channel high tech high touch approach. You have to have a team dedicated to delivering in a different form or fashion. So order magnitude difference when you're taking a risk based approach to a companion app or a combination product something that's inclusive of whatever you're delivering chemically but supplementing it by you know going after the iron triangle or really going understanding the patient journey on doing the research and you know obviously jobs are easier by being captured by the lure predictability but by inside so the opposite of predictable. They're disrupted they come without warning. They take forms. That are unexpected. And you can really open yourself unimagined opportunities. If you get into the wild i if you are exploring with that playful curiosity driven mindset if you're iterating if you're launching proof of concepts launching pilots coming up with minimal minimum viable product having basser cycle times when it comes to launching and understanding there will be failure along the way and every pilot or concept isn't going to be life or death but understanding. What are you trying to software and taking a risk based approach to software that. I imagine this a huge culture shift within pharmaceutical manufacturers. Many of them. Are you know highly innovative. But have been innovating along developing new molecules or asset specifically and. now they're being challenged to think about. How do we provide services that wrap around those assets to really as you put a kind. Go beyond the bill. Yeah yeah my colleague. Pete mcclosky as ese. He had a recent interview with Sally themes that eli lilly. Melinda decker miami about digital health and they talk about you know the historic processes that they know how to get drugs the market. They know the rest of the problems. Though face they know how to launch and do a big reveal all at once for a blockbuster drug but that digital hell is a more iterative process. You have to get comfortable with that. Mvp putting something out there. It's not optimal necessarily but the intention is to learn from it to learn from the customers to make adjustments and just stay. Agile iterating improve. And that's it's an ongoing process. You're really doing something different. And so it's gonna be harder to handle. The competition can come from anywhere. It's moving quickly. And so you have to align the right people in the room you know with. Traditional pharma competitions various specific but with digital therapeutics competition could come from anywhere and it's all oftentimes integrated ecosystem that you're playing and that you have to partner to really understand the patient journey or to really improve. The longitudinal journey of a patient going through the healthcare system or going through their own chronic condition. So great that makes a lot of sense. Sitai was doing some research on you. Come in preparation to have you on the show and i saw that you recently hosted a webinar focused on pharma. Maybe for the audience. You could just give a brief overview of what you covered emotion the key takeaways. Yeah yeah the webinar had about fifty plus pharma participants there mainly focused on market access and commercialization. For beyond the pill initiatives. I was kind of a three legged stool. A focus was value based care the second was digital therapeutics and the there was data or collecting new novel and points garnering new data insights becoming a high tech and high touch type organization but it was rooted in in that reimbursement. When you're thinking about the being beyond the initiatives and right now there's therapeutics. the regulation is behind a reimbursement. There's no national scale for reimbursement right. Now you're trying to fit your digital therapeutic into a prescription reimbursement channel a traditional medical benefit channel like durable medical equipment and.
Trial Date Set for Missouri Couple Mark and Patricia McCloskey
"Who confronted protesters with weapons as they marched past their home last summer. A judge in ST Louis has set child her mark and Patricia McCloskey for the first week of November. Their attorney had asked that their case go back to the grand jury to essentially start the process all over again, arguing that the grand jury was tainted by a biased prosecutor. Prosecutor. The circuit attorney for ST Louis, Kim Gardner was removed from the Mcclosky case after she highlighted the case and campaign fundraising Emails theater knee for the McCloskey's argued that even though she was removed it all may have biased the grand jury. McCloskey's have been charged with unlawful use of a weapon and evidence tampering after appearing on their lawn holding weapons as protesters marched by Jessica Rosenthal Fox
"mcclosky" Discussed on WTOP
"Just into the W T o the newsroom Derrick show. Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd has posted bond and is being released from jail. Multiple reports say Jovan posted a $1 million conditional bail this morning. He's being held in a maximum security prison has been there since late May. He's the officers showing on video, pinning Floyd's neck onto a Minneapolis ST for more than eight minutes, much more on this developing story coming up in the minutes and hours ahead on w T. O P As efforts aimed at police reform sweep the nation. Washington Catholic Archbishop Wilton Gregory is calling on Maryland lawmakers to push ahead with their plans. Archbishop Gregory points out that Social media highlights deadly encounters by police. But he says most police are wonderful guardians of public safety. Still, the archbishop says, reform efforts are needed until we can get to the point where a young black kid, a young black man can feel safe when he's encountering a police officer we've got the Maryland Catholic Conference conducted an online town hall on police reform Tuesday night. State delegate Darryl Barnes of Prince George's County, told the session. Police must have the right training and be mentally suited to do their jobs. Ridiculous. Yano w. T O P News a couple in ST Louis, who stood in front of their home and pointed guns of passing protesters this past summer. Now I've been indicted on weapons and evidence tampering charges Mark and Patricia Mcclosky. We're seeing displaying guns while racial injustice. Protesters marched on their private street. You may have seen us defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood, The McCloskey say they were simply exercising their second Amendment rights. They've been folk heroes among some conservatives and spoke at the Republican National Convention, It seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job. As protecting honest citizens from criminals but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens. The chief prosecutor who is a Democrat, charged the McCloskey's with felony unlawful use of a weapon during what she called a peaceful protest. They are also accused of witness tampering. Trespassing charges against the nine protesters were later dropped..
"mcclosky" Discussed on WTOP
"Efforts aimed at police reform sweep the nation Washington Catholic Archbishop Wilton Gregory is calling on Maryland lawmakers to push ahead with their plans. Archbishop Gregory points out that Social Media highlights deadly encounters by police But he says most police are wonderful guardians of public safety. Still, the archbishop says, reform efforts are needed until we can get to the point where a young black kid, a young black man can feel safe when he's encountering a police officer we've got the Maryland Catholic Conference conducted an online town hall on police reform Tuesday night. State delegate Darryl Barnes of Prince George's County, told the session. Police must have the right training and be mentally suited to do their jobs. Ridiculous. No w T O P News a couple in ST Louis, who stood in front of their home and pointed guns at protesters over the summer, has been indicted on weapons and evidence tampering charges Mark and Patricia Mcclosky. We're seeing displaying guns while racial injustice. Protesters marched on their private street. You may have seen us Defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood, McCloskey say they were simply exercising their Second Amendment rights. They've been folk heroes among some conservatives and spoke at the Republican National Convention, It seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job. As protecting honest citizens from criminals but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens. The chief prosecutor who is a Democrat, charged the McCloskey's with felony unlawful use of a weapon during what she called a peaceful protest. They are also accused of witness tampering. Trespassing charges against the nine protesters were later dropped. I'm Ed Donahue.
"mcclosky" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Thank you, Mr Mcclosky, but if it had to be to politicians Dead or alive. Well is Anthony Weiner. Still, he's not a politician anymore, but I would want to see Anthony Weiner. Get up there on a stage with Donald Trump. That is the one guy I would really want to see up there Debate Donald Trump. That would be Anthony Weiner. I know he's a disgraced former politician. And you know you want to calm a pedophile. Whatever the case may be, But that would be that you cannot tell me that would not be entertaining. That would be funny. So that's my other questions. The listeners out there right now, which is if you had to pick two people that you would want to see debate on a stage. Tell me who they would be. And tell me why. And then my other question, if you'd like to answer this one is what do you see happening in the debate tonight? How do you think this is going to play out? How do you think Joe Biden is going to do up there on that stage in Cleveland tonight? How do you think Donald Trump is going to dio and as we're talking about the debate tomorrow on the show? What do you think is going to happen? How do you think these guys are going to fare? How do you see this debate going the number to call to 575396 again? They're calling from foreign away places. That number is 702257. 5396. What do you think is going to happen in this debate? How do you think is how do you think it's gonna play out and we're having a little fun If you had to pick two people on the planet that you would like to see debate one another. They don't have to be politicians. They can, but but they don't have to. Who would they be again? That number 2575396. Why don't we go to John John is first up on the Vegas. Take John. What's going on? Hey, Brian. Um, boy, I was I just hope Joe comes out swings, you know? You know, when you're watching these debates, you're staying in the back of your head. You know, whoever we pick a president is gonna have, uh, negotiate was lying scumbag like Vladimir Food and Kim Jeong Eun. And you know you want to see them to be able to hold their own. And you know, Donald Trump is admires those guys. He is one of those guys. You know, I hope so. Just punching him in the face and called him over something like that. I just hope he says that's alive 25 times because you know Trump is gonna live least 1000 times tonight. I hope you just called it straight up, and I hope he punch you've got the punch a bully in the faith. You know, it's all a modicum of decency and comportment. That's all out the window. Now I agree..
"mcclosky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Is blocked. President Trump's order that tried to exclude people who are in the country illegally from being accounted with congressional districts were redrawn. The federal panel of New York says President Trump exceeded his authority when he issued an order in July to not count those in the country illegally when census figures are used to calculate how many congressional seat should be allotted to each state. The judges granted an injunction stopping the order, saying the harm it would cause would last a decade. Critics say the order was intended to suppress the growing political power of Latinos in the country and to discriminate against immigrant communities of color. Jackie Quinn Washington Afghanistan's warring sides started negotiations Saturday for the first time aimed at ending decades of war, bringing together delegates supported by the Afghan government in the Taliban. Secretary's Day Mike Pompeo attended the opening. Ceremony, breaking news and analysis a townhall dot com The airlines are fighting with smaller ones over airport rights. Federal officials want to live major airlines keep valuable takeoff and landing slots at some big U. S airports, even if they don't use them all during the pandemic. Move's being criticized by smaller airlines like Spirit and Allegiant, which want a chance to expand at the big airports. FAA plans to extend a current waiver to use it or lose it rules regarding slots and Kennedy and LaGuardia airports in New York and Reagan National near Washington. American, United and Delta are pushing for the waiver to be extended into next March. Rhonda roster reporting Protesters oven issue trespassing summonses for marching onto a private sable street with no trespassing signs in June, a demonstration that profit a couple to emerge from their home with guns to confront the demonstrators. Market, Patricia Mcclosky or Bull charged in July with unlawful use of a weapon and a polarizing case that landed them a spot at the Republican National Convention last month. More of these stories, the townhall dot com Patrick pause. There's only one way to miss Cake proof your child's lunchbox with tasty cakes. Neck aches when you try to pass off a cinnamon flavored rice cake is desert Big Miss Cake gelatin cup bigger Miss cake? Fruit, leather that tastes a little too much like leather. Biggest Miss Cake ever. If it's not tasty cake. It's.
"mcclosky" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Rail if it had a little if he had had a little higher would have gone right into the camera person. This one. He hits back and it's right towards the line person. And if it's all right, believe it hit her in the throat. Yeah, he's right. It did. So everybody was kind of shocked, right? It wasn't one of those situations where Oh, no. Look what happened. Everyone was trying to figure out what the hell just happened. Well, it turns out As the commentator just said that Novak Djokovic out of anger hit a tennis ball to the side rail. That's at least that's what he was trying to Dio. Instead, he connects head on. With a young female lineswoman. Right in the throat, So I don't know if she was young. She was 18 She maybe forties fifties sixties. I don't know. She falls to the ground holding her throat. It was a scary moment, but you know, you get hit in the throat. You never know what's going to happen anyway. It was really bad moments later. Termine officials get together and I knew what was going to happen because I know the rules of tennis. They disqualified him in the first set in the fourth round, the number one player in the world in a major the U. S Open now. Let me give you my opinions on this. First of all. When you decide to take out your anger, whether it's on your racket or tennis ball. You better while Dan make sure you don't hit anybody. Why? Well, first of all, I don't want to hurt anybody, and I don't think Djokovic was trying to hurt anybody. Clearly, this was unintentional. But it is your responsibility to know where you're hitting a tennis ball to know where you're throwing your racket and Novak Djokovic has been playing with fire for years. He's had incidents like this before where it was very close to hitting aligns person. There's a rule in tennis, and that rule is very simple. It doesn't matter whether it's intentional or not, if you make any sort of contact, and it's not in the middle of the point, for example, if you hit a shot in the middle of a point, and it hits the lines person, you're obviously not going to get penalized because you know that's a completely different. But if you throw a racket Or if you hit a tennis ball in anywhere, and it strikes anybody. You are immediately disqualified. This has happened before. That's exactly right. Thank you, Mr Mcclosky. It's happened several years ago with another player who's still in the open right now, if I recall It's a very simple rule. Don't do it, and if you're going to take your anger out on your racket or tennis ball, make sure you don't hit anybody. It's very simple. It's clearly in the rules, but I have a problem with people. That have no idea what they're talking about. There's a lot of things in baseball, not a big baseball guy. A lot of things in baseball. I don't pretend like I know baseball because I don't There's a lot of things in football. I don't pretend like I know everything about football, but I don't I know a lot about tennis. I played at the college level and I know the rules. So Stephen A. Smith was more of a boxing basketball guy. OK, Stephen A. Smith is that kind of guy. He goes on national television pretending like he knows anything about tennis, which he doesn't. I want to see this gets me angry because people listen to Stephen A. Smith and I'm looking at the comments and they believe what he said. Have a listen to Stephen A. Smith, ESPN personality What he said about this joke of a situation. We've got a global pandemic coming on, going on where you have people wouldn't even wanna participate. We have one of the top players in the world. Showing up to participate during the pandemic when they didn't have to, and because they made a mistake. You reject him and essentially send them home. Tommy, You've got to be kidding me. Okay, So first of all, there's so many things, he said in that statement that air idiotic first of all the fact that he's number one in the world is completely academic. Novak Djokovic could've been number 500 of the World's Stephen A. You're an idiot. His ranking has absolutely nothing to do with the rules. That's number one number two. The fact that we're in a global pandemic has absolutely nothing to do with this incident. Don't know why he brought that up. Number three. He called it a mistake, okay? First of all. You can call him a steak, or you want to call it an accident. Fine. But then he says they sent him home. Nobody didn't he sent himself home. This is where Stephen A Smith that's so ignorant. He does obviously no show prep. When it comes to this subject. There is a rule that Stephen a Smith, this ignorant too, and I'll repeat it again. And the rule is it doesn't matter whether you're number one in the world or whether you're number 500 in the world if you make any contact with the tennis ball, your racket with a lines, person or a judge or ball, boy or ball girl. In that situation in anger, which, clearly it wasn't anger, not intentional. But out of anger. It is an automatic disqualification. Stephen A. Smith doesn't understand the rules. He's commenting on national television, and he doesn't even know the rules that is irresponsible on his part and idiotic. Make no mistake about it. He should not be talking about tennis well, he has no idea what he's talking about, and it actually it preserves the integrity of the sport. The fact that Novak Djokovic was actually disqualified. It should show us how how legitimate of a sport tennis is. Now they're following the rules and correct me if I'm wrong, But was this woman hit in the throat with Paul? Yeah, right. That had to hurt right in the front of the Yeah, she dropped to the ground holding a throwaway. Listen, Djokovic, I think junket the throat really does hurt. Well, she could have gotten hit in the foot. And it still would have been the probably in my opinion. It probably would have been the same thing. Well, I don't think again, The judge Again. The rules are very simple. If you hit somebody out of anger, regardless of whether it's in the shin or the throat, you're you're disqualified. This has happened before and again, I say Novak Djokovic has played with fire before because he had an incident A few months ago, he threw his racket and almost had alliance person. So again, Stephen A. Has absolutely no idea what he's talking about it. He sounds like a really big dummy when he when he talks about the pandemic and the fact that joke which I tell you what I love John McEnroe, right? I think why he'd bring I thinkyou Why brings right Give me a second..
Tennis: Novak Djokovic sensationally kicked out of US Open for hitting linesperson
"Is going to go down as probably I think he already is one of the best players to ever play the game. He's the number one player in the world. He was the overwhelming favorite to win the US Open. When it's all said and done, Novak Djokovic could have more majors than Roger Federer. You know, it's very possible, so he's a great player. But he's been known to have a temper on the court from time to time. Is he John McEnroe? No, of course not. But there was an incident A few months ago, We threw his racket and it almost hit a line stretch. Well, I want to play you a little bit of audio. Keep in mind. This is at the US Open from two days ago where Novak Djokovic was just broken Serve what It means is he just lost his game he was serving. It's not something you want to have happen to you when you're the number one player in the world, So he just this was literally seconds after he just misses a shot. He loses the point and he picks up a tennis ball, and he hits it. At a fairly good rate of speed, not trying to hurt anybody, but we'll get to that. But here's the live audio when it took place the side rail if it had a little if he had had a little higher would have gone right into the camera person. This one. He hits back and it's right towards the line person. And if it's all right, believe it hit her in the throat. Yeah, he's right. It did. So everybody was kind of shocked, right? It wasn't one of those situations where Oh, no. Look what happened. Everyone was trying to figure out what the hell just happened. Well, it turns out As the commentator just said that Novak Djokovic out of anger hit a tennis ball to the side rail. That's at least that's what he was trying to Dio. Instead, he connects head on. With a young female lineswoman. Right in the throat, So I don't know if she was young. She was 18 She maybe forties fifties sixties. I don't know. She falls to the ground holding her throat. It was a scary moment, but you know, you get hit in the throat. You never know what's going to happen anyway. It was really bad moments later. Termine officials get together and I knew what was going to happen because I know the rules of tennis. They disqualified him in the first set in the fourth round, the number one player in the world in a major the U. S Open now. Let me give you my opinions on this. First of all. When you decide to take out your anger, whether it's on your racket or tennis ball. You better while Dan make sure you don't hit anybody. Why? Well, first of all, I don't want to hurt anybody, and I don't think Djokovic was trying to hurt anybody. Clearly, this was unintentional. But it is your responsibility to know where you're hitting a tennis ball to know where you're throwing your racket and Novak Djokovic has been playing with fire for years. He's had incidents like this before where it was very close to hitting aligns person. There's a rule in tennis, and that rule is very simple. It doesn't matter whether it's intentional or not, if you make any sort of contact, and it's not in the middle of the point, for example, if you hit a shot in the middle of a point, and it hits the lines person, you're obviously not going to get penalized because you know that's a completely different. But if you throw a racket Or if you hit a tennis ball in anywhere, and it strikes anybody. You are immediately disqualified. This has happened before. That's exactly right. Thank you, Mr Mcclosky. It's happened several years ago with another player who's still in the open right now, if I recall It's a very simple rule. Don't do it, and if you're going to take your anger out on your racket or tennis ball, make sure you don't hit anybody. It's very simple. It's clearly in the rules, but I have a
"mcclosky" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I thought it was a bit of an odd choice to have them on there and the RNC. But night one night one, But you know, with with the message that they want to send, because I do think it's fair. I mean, you know to to talk about all of the unrest that has been going on in our cities, and with that sort of being the theme of the night it did fit in Good evening, America. We're Mark and Patty Mcclosky. We're speaking to you tonight from ST Louis, Missouri were just weeks ago. You may have seen us defending our home as a mob of protesters descended on our neighborhood. America is such a great country that not only do you have the right to own a gun and use it to defend yourself. Of thousands of Americans will offer you free advice on how to use it. At least that's what we experienced. What you saw happen to us could just as easily happened to any of you who are watching from quiet neighborhoods around our country, and that's what we want to speak to you about tonight. That's exactly right. Whether it's the de funding of police ending cash bail so criminals can be released back out on the streets the same day to write again. For encouraging anarchy and chaos on our streets. It seems as if the Democrats no longer view that governments job as protecting honest citizens from criminals. All right, I want to stop there. There's a lot more to get to and I just want to leave enough time to play MSNBC's Reaction to the McCloskey is being at the RNC. It says that Donald Trump wants to give permission to the people who intend to harm us and the people who are doing are now going to be held up as a paragon of American values. They're going to be held up as the very people that everyone watching the RNC, who plans to vote for Donald Trump should be ready to any late and let's connect the dots here. They're not just going to be ready to emulate them between now and November. I am very, very worried about the fact that given all of the invalidating rhetoric that Donald Trump has used about this election, attempting to undermine election results before we even get them, But he is readying his people for violent mutiny. If the results don't go his way, Could you gas light any harder? Violent mutiny. Did the McCloskey's hurt anybody? That's my knowledge? No, they didn't. They were just there trying to protect themselves and their property. In case things got bad They didn't hurt anybody. But what has she opened up with? It says that Donald Trump wants to give permission to the people who intend to harm us. Who harmed you. Who harmed you? The McCloskey's didn't harm you. So who is he giving permission to with the intent to harm you and you talk about mutiny and you talk about invalidating election results. That's all they've done for the last three years. Just try to invalidate the 2016 election results and they're setting the table with.
"mcclosky" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Congressman's office. Having a little hangout for themselves, while small businesses on the South side Or looted and burned, So it's been almost a couple months inside Memorial Day weekend. John Dempsey has that story advanced at all. Have we ever figured out what exactly was going on? I don't think I have heard anything new. On that story. I think the police union had said that the cops were asked by Bobby Russia's staff. To go there and guard it because the looting had happened nearby. And it just just the story just kind of withered away. I don't I haven't heard any follow up on what exactly did transpire if it withered away. That tells me that The police department, the mayor's office and even the F O P all the sign of congressman's office all decided in everybody's best interest to let it wither away. Because I have not heard another word about it. So I guess that's in the rear view mirror. Here's an interesting text message from Todd. John. I need to understand why Every proposal always involves using taxpayer money. What is the F o p doing should this be their concern and expense? Interesting point, I suppose. But every organization, whether public or private Has to provide a kind of a safe working environment for their employees and police. Air probably included in that all right, coming up Next I do want to get into. I had a chance to talk to an attorney about the McCloskey's because we talked about it. I think very briefly yesterday, or perhaps it was on Tuesday. The Bukowski's are the couple down in ST Louis, who's gated community. They lived in the same gated community as a mayor and the protesters broke down the gate. And then McCloskey's were shown out there, barefoot with Mr Mcclosky had some sort of rifle and his wife was waving around some sort of stolen. It's it's devolved into, of course, a political scandal. Blue versus red and I talked to an attorney about a couple of them or Jermaine points of the story. So I do want to get to that. And we'll take some of your calls and 3125 989 100 on the news of the day, and the text musters continue to come in as well. Time for an update on traffic at 5 48 Here's JD Starting out on the Edens Expressway. We see that it's 18 minutes like a crow to the junction. Outbound. No delays, 15 minutes. Kennedy in from O'Hare, 38 out of 41. Eisenhower in from Thorndale, 35 out, found 49 minutes. Um, found on the I could Independence Boulevard. We've got a disabled vehicle blocking the shoulder. Inbound Stevenson 28 minutes, going back out 33 out 23 55. Dan Ryan in from 95th 14. Outbound is an 18 minute trip elsewhere, the tristate north kind of slow between Reagan and the Eisenhower and around 53 North bound slow between Dundee and Lake Cook. That's traffic from the wools. Amy 90 traffic centres. On the weekend hit the Open road with Dr Chicago. It's Waldemar tearing. This weekend. We talked about the Ford Expedition backs. We take a look at the Chevy Tahoe and suburban and in our quick spin segment,.
"mcclosky" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Guy show here on 93 W. D. C talking about If you just joined us times, people just committed to stopping at the start. Of the second hour. Talking about how the McCloskey's Mark and Patricia McCloskey in ST Louis, who confronted protesters with guns and now been charged with a felony. Totally goofy felony in my mind. Exhibiting a gun. Angry her threatening man, But I'll tell you what we have had sue on hold for way too long. And so you have the patience of a saint. Thank you so much. But thanks for being patient. And thanks for calling the gun guy show Yeah. When he got four soon. Oh, My question is Since they're only charged with a felony and police came in and company stated all his guy can They do that, even though they haven't been convicted Well, that's a That's a really good question, Sue and let me go through how that works. And thanks again for being so patient and Indiana can they do that here in Indiana? Well, potentially, and I'll go through how this works because There's their seizure of guns from so called dangerous people of color are red flag law or our we call it a layered law after Jake layered Who's a P d officer? Who was killed in a shoot out with a guy who had a long history of mental issues, and we passed their so called red flag law. I'll talk more about red flag here in a bit, but that's not what this was this Confiscation Sue Was pursuant to a search warrant. Where didn't as my understanding seize all their guns. They seize the two guns that were used in this alleged crime. The rifle that Mr Mcclosky had in the handgun. He reportedly inoperable that they made operable there at the state crime lab, but they what can happen in a lot of cases. Before charges were filed on before there's a convictions. Who is that the state can issue a search warrant, and the judge has to find probable cause that it's likely toe find evidence. Relevant to a criminal investigation. Pursuant to the terms of the search warrant, And they have to be specific in terms of what area like a house can be searched and what they're searching for. They can't just say Oh, go search any and everything, and, you know Ravage the inside of these people's house. For any purpose whatsoever. They have to be specific. That's a requirement of a warrant. To meet due process and Fourth Amendment issues. Remember the Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures, and it says no warrant shall issue except for probable cause. It's right there in the Fourth Amendment, so this was a search warrant where they're trying to find out. If there's evidence and sees or search for and seize certain evidence relevant to the criminal investigation here. For instance, since the cry one of the crime Certainly they were investigating. Is this silly, exhibiting crime? It has to involve a weapon readily capable of lethal use. They have to Take the weapon. And analyze it, examine it to determine whether it is in fact readily capable of lethal use. Again. We go back to this discussion we've had with both Eric and George. Ben. Hers wasn't because they've been made specifically inoperable. So that's what they were doing. Soo is they were Searching for evidence in a criminal investigation, whether that's exculpatory, meaning favorable to the defendant or Evidence of a criminal. Violation of the commission of a crime. So they were certain Seize seizing evidence. Now you say it could just happen in Indiana, sure if a gun was relevant to a criminal investigation. Kind of judge issue a warrant upon the request of police officer Prosecutor Search warrant for police to come search for and seize the gun. Sure. Absolutely happens often. Can and but But Sue asked a little broader question, and she was on hold for so long. I want to make sure I address all your questions. And she said, Could this happen in Indiana's first faras guns being seized from someone who hasn't been convicted of a crime? Yeah, that's what the layered law or the red flag law. Is all about. That's what makes it so dangerous again. To understand our statue You really need to understand. B. The killing of officer layer. Man. In the in the circumstances because our law was very much written and passed as a specific and to a very large degree emotional response. To the tragic and heartbreaking murder of Jake player and I've met J. Claire's parents. They are great people, and there's they're still very active with the police community. A very active relative to the layered live in 2019. I participated directly in a pretty significant rewrite. Of our law. Some folks were trying to tighten it up. I was trying to make it a lot more fair and to a large degree accomplish that because it was way too broad talking about future dangerousness because under our law Even if someone's not committed a crime at all. This goes right to souse question. If they're dangerous, as defined in the so called red flag law. Get red flags kind of a new term that red flags when everybody started calling these laws after the Parkland shoot. And so that's what everybody calls him again until Parkland just couple of years ago, I had never heard the term red flag red flag law in my life. We called ours the layered lawyer the dangerous person, but what it's about. Was about the ability to seize a gun from someone even though they haven't committed a crime if they're dangerous. The huge problem. With our red flag law layered law here in Indiana. Is it was way way way too over broad in his definition of dangerous And and I know why it's because of the particular fax of the death of Officer Layer. He was killed by a guy who had a long history. Of mental illness. He was a paranoid schizophrenic named Kenneth Anders. Him. More than once..
"mcclosky" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I wanted a little bit of detail on Missouri law that applies to their case, but how that is, or isn't the same as it is here in Indiana. But then we also bet into the discussion of The Couple in AA. Neighborhood outside Detroit in Michigan. Who were confronted Block it out of a restaurant. Apparently. And there was a debate. Iraq uses accusations of racism. And eventually As part of this Episode of Rage. A woman got behind their car allegedly pounded on the back window. Wouldn't let them back out of their parking spot and lady got out. Lady who's had been in the vehicle. Got out with a gun. I said, Get the F back. Point a gun at him. Well, they're being charged The McCloskey's the couple in ST Louis. I haven't seen that They've been charged with a search warrant was executed on their home. And police seize the firearms that were involved. They seize. They ar 15 that Mr Mcclosky had and the pistol had been turned over to their lawyer. The lawyer then turned it over as well. So that gun's events he's at least two guns involved. All of which leads us to say. Here in Indiana. If you're a gun owner If you carry a gun, you own a gun. You have a gun in your home for self defense. You own a gun for any reason that includes self defense or defense of your home. Defensive your family. Don't you need to know exactly what the rules are. And what's interesting, You know, I'm I'm fairly active on social media, particularly Facebook. And I and I see people post things like I've been carrying a gun for 20 years. I don't need any education on the rules for carrying a gun. Okay? Doing it for some period of time doesn't necessarily give you the full education you need on the legal issues associate it with carrying a gun or using a gun, pulling a gun pointing a gun. Or God forbid using that gun. As a form of deadly force to defend yourself or someone else. You know, Colonel Jeff Cooper, who founded Gun sight. I'm a proud graduate of Gun Sight Firearms Academy. I've taken multiple courses there their main facilities and pulled in Arizona. It's now run. Their CEO. Those former Boone County share formerly my Sheriff, Ken Campbell. We've had him here on the show, but he's now the Main guy. He's now the boss, the CEO added Gunsight, but Colonel Jeff Cooper, who founded Gunsight Some people refer to him as the father of American gunfighter. He? He said that owning a gun no more makes you well armed than owning a piano makes you amused. I'm paraphrasing. He may have used violence. I think about it. You get the point owning it. Knowing exactly what to do with it are two dramatically different things and, you know June set an all time record for new gun sales. In July. Looks like it's going to be comparable. First couple of weeks of July. Set records as well. So we'll see how that goes. And that's a good thing in the sense that that number of people have decided to exercise their constitutional rights under the Second Amendment. Not the second Amendment confers rights, but it certainly protects rights. And and that's a good thing in and of itself. At the same time, it raises the question of Are these people going to understand and know and learn. What they need to learn to be. Responsible and effective gun owners. And I'm sure the answer like any answer, referring to a group of people is some people will be awesome. Some people will be knuckle hit. But the more we can encourage to learn the rules, including the specific rules for when you're justified when you're legally authorized. When it's not a crime is one way to put it. To pull that gun used that gun, And then there are Corollary issues that could be just as important in terms of being life or death. Decisions, which is how you store your gun. That's dramatically different, depending on.
"mcclosky" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Here on television tonight instead of dead or putting up the smoldering embers of my home. There you go. That's Mr Mcclosky. He was Was very critical of the media's coverage of this ordeal as well. And it should be especially CNN. I don't think there's a jury in the world that would convict these folks. I may be wrong, but I don't You know, I would have said that a couple years ago. You know you're right that that's true. But I never thought not even a couple of years ago, maybe six months ago. They wouldn't have. You're right right now. Who the hell knows? Yeah. You're absolutely right. Wait. We live in a world now where states are releasing inmates. From prison because we're afraid they might get the virus and we're locking up people who are defending their home law abiding citizens, and we're not lucky. Think about this. About this here locally. We've got a Delvian guards who wants to be your county attorney. Who does not want to prosecute these protesters here in Austin. She doesn't want to think about that. You could get a citation for not wearing a mask, and they could not face prosecution for setting police cars on fire. It would really be tragic if these folks who were merely trying to protect their homestead. Ah ended full fully fully. I had the right to do so and fully, you know, within the law. I think everything that they did a ce faras I saw. I mean, we're just not used to seeing that as faras. People actually standing in their front yard or in their driveway in this case and protecting their home. We just don't see it much, even though you have the right Do it, and certainly the threat was there. The threatened tremendous support from people like my phone's in my my emails are running about 90% positive. Now we've gotten calls from all over the world. I got a nice letter from Lady in Ireland this morning congratulating us for taking a stand against the violence. All right, So there you go. Minutes definitely gathered international attention. I mean, so they should have. They should have just stood there and just taken it, huh? If if someone was actually because they were being threatened, they were clearly but the mere fact that these folks broke through the gate was a threat. That was enough right there. That's a felony. That's a felony and an absolute threat. And 2 May bordering on terrorism. You could weigh in at 51283605 90. Check this out. The city is giving residents $500 per month. Some hope it could become a national plan. Stockton, California recently extended its universal basic income experiment to give residents 500 bucks a month to cope with this virus. Now a coalition of 11 mayor's, including Stockton's Whether taking a look at implementing similar programs. I bring it up because this is one of the areas where the mayor went last year to deal with the homeless crisis, you know, to learn how they're doing it to find out what doesn't work the experiments bring to life the concept. Written about by Dr Martin Luther King Jr. And come in a time when Congress faces a big questions about how to best supports American families. It's pretty interesting. It's interesting, and it's I think, In some cases, it's going to be devastating. For some, it's going to be an instead of killer. And of course, what it does, And it's the experiment that they hope pays off, which ultimately makes him dependent on the government. Which is that that's the result that they want. Which is what they want. Yes, Raymond is on I 35. Here on the tide of Don show, Raymond. Good morning. Write me just hung up. How about Michaela? South Austin? Hey, Michael. I think that we should just really start all over America battles. It was founded with a good principle, but it went really bad with slavery. That's quite cool. Even when you refer to 40 acres being a black man that takes me back, you know, to a promise that was never given to slaves. 40 acres and a new I D say then you know what? I never never Michael had never thought of that. I didn't mean it in a negative way. I didn't mean to make you think about that. I didn't mean that. That's just what we've always called. The University of Texas campus. And you see that, referring to the 40 acres as the 40 acres it Stokes racism. Get it. May I see that it's 40 acres. That should've went to a sleazy Michael because because you complained about this morning, it just might go away. And that's the reality. And the thing is Because from what has been done to black from the day one, they said, was that nothing America could do to wipe that away. I'm thinking thinking, Look what they do to make it right. I don't even know because it's ingrained. And why timeout? Michael? Why is it my responsibility to make it right? Something that happened 400 years ago? Why? Why are people today held accountable for what other people did? 400 years ago, But the people that tear down statues burn cop cars throw Molotov cocktails at cops. Who actually did really things today? How come they don't get to face prosecution for their crimes? Why is that? I don't agree with that. And maybe they do. But what I'm saying to you is this The amount of hostility to live in America as a blank mania. Is to be crew there is you live. You live in a sad place, man. Were you here that we've come a long way, Michael, Listen, if you continue to define yourself that way, you will always Be where you are. You've got to get out of this. You got to shake your head of all of this negativity. If you want to get someplace in life, because you've got access to everything. I got access to. So therefore, you know what do you need my do, Michael. Hang on, Michael, stay right there. Stay right there. Mike. Michael, Right there. Hold the phone for here. A K. L. B. J. I'm sorry. 55. Well, hit it. Now, Please. Todd and don show Todd Jeffries here I want to tell you about furniture marketed their affordably unique and listening in a leather galleria. 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"mcclosky" Discussed on KTRH
"Didn't care what their motivation was. I was frightened. I was assaulted and I was in imminent fear that they would run me over. Tell me burned my house and you have to have this in the context of ST Louis. We're on June the second of this year, I watched the city burn. I watched the 7 11 have smashed in, looted and burned for 40 minutes on live television with nobody showing up to do anything. And I realized at that time we were on our own when bad things happen. They unpredictably turned really bad, real fast. That same night, retired ST Louis police captain David Dorine was murdered. These things get very bad, very quickly. And when those people came through the gate when it was a mob, I didn't take the time to see their their birth certificates or anything else. I was defending my my house. My life my wife. And what? I've spent 32 years building there. I understand what you say Your rationale was to be clear. Did anything happen to you or your property? Anything happening? Yeah, my My. My life has been ruined. I don't know. Target. We'll get to that, Mr Mcclosky. I don't mean to cut you off, but I'm saying that night did anything happen? To you, your family or your property. Yeah, it's called social intimidations called Terrorism. Chris. What's the definition of terrorism to use violence and intimidation to frighten the public? That's what was happening that night. What happened on me, and that's the damage I suffered. You were the one pointing a loaded weapon at a group of people who are walking past looking for the mayor's house as a point of protest. Chris writes an entirely false concept. No single media outlet has ever mentioned The complete falsity of that statement. The mayor's house cannot be reached through my neighborhood. Lighter. Crewson lives up on a road called Lake and Washington. That's three blocks north and 1/2 a mile west of my heart. Where do you think they were going? They were going through a private neighborhood for the intention of going through a private neighborhood. In my humble opinion. In retrospect, at the time, I didn't have any time to think about this. However, the leader of the entity called Expect us. Organized this whatever it. Wass announced ahead of time that he does not want to have a peaceful protest. He wants to have it be as disruptive as possible. And when interviewed, subsequently said, I know it was illegal. I know it was a private neighborhood. But when you're doing protests of this nature, it's necessary to break the law to get your ends. That's that's what was happening. Did you hear in Chris Chris Cuomo's tone. The complete lack of any compassion. The extraordinarily judgmental tone. None of your property was harmed. No because he walked out with an AR 15. Are you suggesting these people don't harm property? Do you think that Chris Cuomo's home could be surrounded? And he would be So polite about it. If his wife and his kids were inside. What happens if BLM and Antifa surround Chris Cuomo's home? What if his family is trapped inside? You think he would respond the same way? These people are monsters. And just as bad as antifa and black lives matter or the people who normalized them and apologize for them. On nightly television. Don lemons and the Chris Cuomo's.
"mcclosky" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Up on a road called Lake and Washington. That's three blocks north and 1/2 a mile west of my house. Where do you think they were going through a private neighborhood for the intention of going to a private neighborhood? In my humble opinion? In retrospect, at the time, I didn't have any time to think about this. However, the leader of the entity called Expect us that organized this whatever it wass. Announced ahead of time that he does not want to have a peaceful protest. He wants to have it be as disruptive as possible, and when interviewed subsequently, he said. I know it was illegal. I know it was a private neighborhood. But when you're doing protests of this nature, it's necessary to break the law to get your ends. That's what was happening. There You go, so I mean, because all the media I mean, I saw he was reporting they're trying to get to the mayor's house. They must live on the block was like there's no way you don't go through my street, my private street. To get to the mayor's house, not even near here. So Cuomo got spanked right there. And then one more time. You pointed a gun at them, Really? Fredo. Really Fredo. It is a clue, and the clue is right. He looks his face just looks dumb. He just looks like it. He just He looks like a member. He's a male bimbo. He's like Tony. From Seinfeld. If your name is Tony, don't take offense to that. I don't really care. But So That's one thing right there. And then there was another part where Fredo is saying that because the president retweeted the video of this man and his wife, defending their home with the firearms. And Fredo made into a race thing and said the president loved it. You ready for this? The president loved it because it showed white couple Trying Tio hold their own against black people. Some And he's not the president Retweeting it. Listen to this. It's just a horrible picture of what's going on in America right now. So to me, it's not about what's right. And what's wrong Court of law? It's about what we want right to right and wrong about how we treat each other Unbeliever. That's why the president tweeted this tweet, Mr Watkins. You know it, Mr Mcclosky. You know it. He re tweeted it because he liked the image. Off white resistance presented this movement and I'm not saying that was fair to you, but we know that's why I did it, because that's why he deleted it. I wanted you to graduate. I'm glad you're a mind reader because no one else thinks you are. Ah mean that great answer. So what's right or wrong? So I mean, Chris Cuomo won't even condemn the fact that a 300 strong person mob shows up on some people's home, threatening to kill their dog. Kill them. Who knows what damage would do to their home? You see the videos of people setting stuff on fire, they could throw a rock through the window. They could ransacked the house. He wanted. Listen, let them get it out of their system. They're angry. They're angry, the system and your white So you'd have to sit there and just take it. You have to sit there and just take it. Okay? It looked really bad, not really bad that a 300 strong person mob shows up. Kicking through a gate breaking laws trespassing and threatening you that something bad thing. The bad thing is that you're white and resisted. The fact that they were going to come hurt you possibly and steal your stuff and damage your home that that's what looks really bad. You're white, and you resisted a black crowd. Excuse me. Black mob. I should say your white your system That's terrible. That's right, that that you know, there's a right and wrong thing here. What was waiting for Fred to go. You have insurance. I'll be okay. Get it out of her system. This. This is CNN. And in this the by the way, the black prosecutor I'm saying that that's the black Ah, County. The attorney there is looking at the police prosecutor and why can't I do the reverse race thing? Right? She's black and she's having the cops look into this white couple. Can I not say that's racist? Is everything white people to the black people's racist. This is how insane this stuff is. I'm glad humiliated Fredo. I mean, can you look more stupid? And then he goes on the TV the next night? It's what you sit back and you say, I mean, if you're if you're running CNN, you like, man. This guy look like a moron. You know? I mean, he just How stupid can you be? But they're like, we don't care. We're gonna keep pushing. The stupid will keep on doing it because it's not gonna work. Is what happens when all you want to do is spit on America and try to get trump at office. That's it. That's it. 80 Can s t 805678 We shall continue. Morning ritual. Garrett Lewis canIs Tee am 7.
"mcclosky" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And now filling in for Rush Limbaugh. Ladies and gentlemen. Marc Stein. Yes, America's Anchorman is away. You know why that is. He told you all about it yesterday. And he hopes to be back us. I hope to be back those say, but don't yell at the rest of us. If he's not, rush is maintaining what would be an impressive schedule even if he didn't have health issues on the fact that he's keeping this show going even as a cz, you know. A few weeks ago, he was actually getting treatments. Midway through the show, I think was in the one o'clock, two o'clock news bulletin. Then he'd come back and do the rest of the show. He's devoted Tio this show. It's what he loves to do. But once every so often the doctors and nurses come on his attention. And so he isn't here, And that's what's happening today, and he's as frustrated as anybody because he's got a bazillion things to say on what's happening in the news. We're going to try and keep things go in 1 800 to 822882 is the number to call. I always like to hear from lefties love to hear from you. I tell you who I'd like to hear from today. The fella over at Democrat Headquarters who tweeted out just before midnight. A Democrat's tweet cooling the Trump proposed Fourth of July Beano at Mount Rushmore, a white supremacy event. That was disrespecting native communities because Mount Rushmore is sacred to tribal communities s O. They basically gone full black lives matter there with the people on the farm were bored with Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee. No one's heard of them in years. That's just hair down Washington. Jefferson. It's America's Grand Fourth of July. Clemen sale. Everything must go. We got to get rid of the boat. We've got to get me to Andrew Jackson, Ulysses s Ground. Francis Scott Key. We've got to get rid of the whole lot. Let's kaboom that's finally do something to make it a glorious fourth to remember and do that, and we shouldn't even have a glorious fourth. We should be celebrating the glorious fourth on Juneteenth. That's the only The more would that be the glorious 19th? That's where we should be doing. So this Democrat puts out this tweet targeting an invented Mount Rushmore as white supremacy. And somewhere in the early hours of the morning. Someone a Democrat. H Q. One of the clever of fellas who figures it isn't quite where not quite ready to go full bull blow up Mount Rushmore now. But they thought so. They thought enough of it to take down that tweet. But that's basically that's basically the choice now this November. You got a party That doesn't want anything. It's its instincts. Whichever little snowflake who, actually Tweety tweeted that And as I said, if you're one of the fellas who We're all on board with that. Give me a call 802 82288 to because I'd love to hear the thinking behind that. Ah! The Democrats on quite ready, then already to actually defend the mall but tearing down Washington. Lincoln Jefferson, all the rest of it. The abolitionists, the women's suffrage, movement, gals, as in Madison, Wisconsin s O. They took down this. They took down the street. But that's basically where the Democrats heart. Is that the whole thing a cz we approached July the fourth There hold their thinking is increasingly closer to the black lives matter. Thing is July, The 4th 17 76 was the greatest tragedy in human history. As Tim Kaine said it was it was Americans in Virginia who invented slavery. Nobody around the world had heard of slavery, says Tim Kaine. Until the Virginians decided to invent this thing. So July we all know July the 4th 17 76 Ghastly mistake the Democrats. Basically, when does close to that as you, Khun get at about 11 30 PM on their Twitter feed last night and then reined it in. Because, apparently in some swing district's in Iowa and Ohio. It wasn't focus grouping so well, but that's basically the choice you've got. You've got this November you You've got a choice between Democrats who basically want to blow up everything starting with the Declaration of Independence, and then you got Republicans who are prepared to meet them halfway on it. And that's the choice you got in November, so we just got it. Drag a useless do nothing and largely silent Republican party across the finish line. This number is fascinating to me. Everything now from the Civil War era has got to be pulled down except two things. The Democrat Party and the Republican Party. And actually, I had far rather leave up the statues of Confederate generals and destroy the racist institution that supported them, which is was the most powerful racist institution on the planet. The Democrat Party. It's the only one who survived. People talk about the National Party in South Africa who will pro apartheid. Until last W. Dick Clark did. His deal with Nelson Mandela and the National Party in South Africa was so ashamed. They changed their name. I think to the New National Party and then to something else. But basically the National Party when they started implementing apartheid in 1950 got all their ideas on segregation from the Democrat Party in America, which had been doing it for a century Mostro and and it's so bizarre to me. We have to get rid of everybody who's got any kind of association with slavery and nobody's got more association with slavery. And racism in the Democrat Party, So we're goingto destroy everything from the Civil War era. Except the same useless frozen two party system. This this country is afflicted by 1 800 to 822882 Everybody loves I love this, Mr and Mrs Mcclosky in AA. In some Lewis on DH. They were the two guys that had the mob came through the gates of their private community. They're They're in one of their $1,000,000 mansions. They've devoted their They've lived. Therefore, I think it's 28 years or something. They've rebuilt it. They restored it to its glory and the mob comes. The mob shows up and refuses to leave. And we're told that these were mostly peaceful protesters there. Mostly, that's okay mostly peaceful, so most of them aren't actually going to destroy your property and burn it to the ground. Most of them will just be standing around watching. As the seven or eight non peaceful protesters torch the place and raise it to the ground. And what's fantastic about Mr and Mrs Mcclosky having its mark and Patricia is that their names Markham, Patricia McCloskey. Is a cz their way one's got an A, R 15 and the other had a pistol on DH as they're waving them around. It's obvious that they've got no idea howto outta hold this stuff the way they're one point he's actually Breezily chick chatting to the bulb. Add the AR 15 sways on points towards his missus is belly, which which? I don't think he intended Teo to shoot or anything. But that's what makes it even better. They're not second of Edmund types. They're not gun rights types a CZ far as I could tell from the lawyer's statement there pretty pretty leftish on a lot of things they support black lives matter. And then they look on the TV of the every night. And they realize that when the mob comes for your place, you got nothing. You call 911 as they did and no one's there for you. This is what happens when you talk about de funding the police. You want a preview of what That world's like. It's like Mr Mrs Mcclosky sometime. Maybe a week beforehand a month beforehand. But sometime back point, all the witness got started. Maybe with the looting, maybe with the cove. It They thought things were going to get pretty weird round here and they went to the gun store and there's lines around the block at every gun store in America now, and it's a second Amendment types. They've already got their guns and they've got their ammo. These air people like the McCloskey's had never given a thought to a gun. Until the powder keg went up. And they realized that there ain't no 911 anymore. There ain't no police department. You're on your own, and that's what makes them actually the perfect Poster couple for what's happening in America. Now that black lives matter. Supporters who support doesn't extend to sitting there and letting the mob Turn down the home into which they have sunk the.
"mcclosky" Discussed on 600 WREC
"It's obvious that they've got no idea howto outta hold this stuff the way they're one point he's actually breezily chick chatting to the bulb ad. They are 15 sways on points towards his missus is Belly, which Which I don't think he intended Teo to shoot or anything, but that's what makes it even better. They're not Second Amendment types. They're not gun rights types. A CZ faras. I could tell from the lawyer's statement there pretty pretty leftish on a lot of things they support black lives matter on. Then they look on the TV of the every night and they realize that when the mob comes for your place, You got nothing. You call 911 as they did, and no one's there for you. This is what happens when you talk about de funding the police. You want a preview of what That world's like. It's like Mr Mrs Mcclosky sometime, maybe a week beforehand a month beforehand. But sometime back point all the weirdness Scott started maybe with the looting, maybe with the cove it they thought things were going to get pretty weird around here, and they went to the gun store and there's lines. Around the block at every gun store in America now and its second Amendment types. They've already got their guns and they've got their ammo. These air people like the McCloskey's had never given a thought to a gun. Until the powder keg went up. And they realized that there ain't no 911 anymore. There ain't no police department. You're on your own, and that's what makes them actually the perfect Poster couple for what's happening in America. Now that black lives matter of supporters who support doesn't extend to sitting there and letting the mob Burn down the home into which they have sunk the fruits of their labors for the last couple of decades, and God bless them. God bless them. For that there. They're very this is this is what the world without police without order. Looks like It's going to be a world where people who'd who don't know how to hold a gun. I'm gonna be farming guns. It would have been very interesting to see if Mr Mcclosky we'll Mrs Mcclosky had actually placed a shot actually fired anything because who knows? You know they might hit the trash can on the bullet ricochets back and takes out the fresh wind French window, they might hit a chipmunk. They might actually hit one of the protestors. We don't know, but that's the way it's going to be. Because the support of black lives matter. It's the same thing with the mayor in Seattle, the mayor in Seattle who has given her support to the People's Republic of Chop The People's Republic of Chop. Another guy died there last night. 16 years old. Ah, ah ah! Ah, 15 year old is in critical condition. They're both black. So actually more black people. Oh, if you include the Atlanta one if you include George Browne in Minneapolis, George Floyd in Minneapolis and then Ah, The other fella in Atlanta, as many blacks have died at the hands off the people's Utopia of Chop. As if the hands ofthe wicked American police in the last month Trump is actually killing them. Now, with a slightly faster rate than American police are and the mayor of Seattle supported this utopia that kills black adolescence. Nobody knows the name of the 16 year old Black kid because black lives don't matter in chop black lives a cheap in shop. That's that's life is becoming cheap in chop, but they went around to her house, and she's furious mounted. Likewise, Minneapolis the guys who voted to defund the police, they've now all got private security. This is the future of America. It's like Latin America. You're on your own. You don't know how to hold a gun. You don't know how to point it the right way. But you gotta buy one because there ain't anything else out that Mark signing for US 1 800 to 822882 will take all your coals on America's number one radio show. You were listening to the I B network Sean Hannity next.
"mcclosky" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And what's fantastic about Mr and Mrs Mcclosky. I think its Mark and Patricia is that their names Markham, Patricia McCloskey. Is a cz their way one's got an A, R 15 and the other had a pistol on DH as they're waving them around. It's obvious that they've got no idea howto hold this stuff the way they're one point he's actually breezily chick chatting to the bulb and the 15 sways. And points towards his missus is belly, which which? I don't think he intended Teo to shoot or anything, but that's what makes it even better. They're not Second Amendment types. They're not gun rights types a CZ. Far as I could tell from the lawyer's statement, they're pretty. They're pretty leftish on a lot of things they support black lives matter. And then they look on the TV of the every night. And they realize that when the mob comes for your place, you got nothing. You call 911 as they did and no one's there for you. This is what happens when you talk about de funding the police. You want a preview of what That world's like. It's like Mr Mrs Mcclosky sometime maybe a week beforehand a month beforehand, But sometime back point all the weirdness Scott started maybe with the looting, maybe with the cove. It They thought things were going to get pretty weird round here and they went to the gun store and there's lines around the block at every gun store in America now, and it's a second Amendment types. They've already got their guns and they've got their ammo. These air people like the McCloskey's had never given a thought to a gun. Until the powder keg went up. And they realized that there ain't no 911 anymore. There ain't no police department. You're on your own, and that's what makes them actually the perfect Poster couple for what's happening in America. Now that black lives matter of supporters who support doesn't extend to sitting there and letting the mob Turn down the home into which they have sunk the fruits of their labors for the last couple of decades and go bless them. God bless them. For that there. They're very this is this is what the world without police without order. Looks like It's going to be a world where people who'd who don't know how to hold a gun. I'm going to be farming guns. It would have been very interesting to see if Mr Mcclosky we'll Mrs Mcclosky had actually placed a shot actually fired anything because who knows? You know they might hit the trash can on the bullet ricochets back and takes out the fresh wind French window, they might hit a chipmunk. They might actually hit one of the protestors. We don't know, but that's the way it's going to be. Because the support of black lives matter. It's the same thing with the mayor in Seattle, the mayor in Seattle who has given her support to the People's Republic of Chop People's Republic of Chop. Another guy died there last night. 16 years old. Ah ah, 15 year old is in critical condition. They're both black. So actually more black people. Oh, if you include the Atlanta one if you include George Browne in Minneapolis, George Floyd in Minneapolis and then Ah, The other fella in Atlanta, as many blacks have died at the hands off the people's Utopia of Chop. As if the hands ofthe wicked American police in the last month Trump is actually killing them. Now there's slightly faster rate than American police are and the mayor of Seattle supported this utopia that kills black adolescence. Nobody knows the name of the 16 year old Black kid. Those black lives don't matter in chop black lives a cheap in chump. That's that's life is becoming cheap in chop, but they went around to her house, and she's furious about it. Likewise, Minneapolis the guys who voted to defund the police, they've now all got private security. This is the future of America. It's like Latin America. You're on your own. You don't know how to hold a gun. You don't know how to point it the right way. But you gotta buy one because there ain't anything else out that mark signing for Rush 1 800 to 8 to two. A day Two will take all your coals on America's number one radio show You were listening to the I B network..
"mcclosky" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The lawlessness. I got to call out black life. They are a joke if they really care about the black life. What about Chicago before 12 kids with their life? Black lives is nothing more than a prophet here. If it does not involve a police officer, they don't care about those black life. That three year old girl Reverend Al will get on his private jet and speak of that girl's funeral. And these corporations stop giving money to black lives. They don't care about the life there would be lost right now. It is a sham organization. Nothing more. Nothing left and they're a funnel group Foreign extremists on the left. Yeah, well, There. You have it that it's a great point that Leo Terrell makes that it is because it is and this gets into the hole like why Mike Pence won't say the phrase because it's not just about the phrase. What it is is about Accepting a very well organized since I it was hijacked back in 2015 Marxist organization, Black lives matter that they actually came in to Ferguson and just and just completely robbed. The actual people who were there trying to establish some kind of reconciliation or work something out with the community and the police department, etcetera. And you had everybody come in through that Missourians for organizing whatever Mohr, which is Which is what a corn became. I've written about it that this has been hijacked since 2015 but he makes a really great point there. Leo Terrell. Welcome back to the show. I'm Dana last flash dot com. I I want Teo really quickly. I want to talk. I want to I'm we're talking about this whole thing with the arm Couple in central western in ST Louis, My hometown and the I'm gonna pull this statement up because they released the statement that's so weird to me and we were talking about this. It's like it happened right when we were going to break The statement that the that the couple released through their attorney is so weird, and it seems Rushed and I see it's weird because it is loaded with Typos. And I'm not Nick picking here. I'm not trying to be purposely. I'm not going to be petty. But they say that headline of ST Louis lawyers support black lives matter, but it's s u P O rt. And then they they misspell straight wish to set records straight regarding Portland Place protest. And so Mark McCloskey and Patricia McCloskey. They said that they wish to set the record straight about the protest on one hand and the actions of a few individuals who chose to exploit the otherwise peaceful protest to place Mr Mrs Mcclosky in fear of imminent harm, they say, both Mr and Mrs Mcclosky, or lawyers whose professional careers have punctuated Have punctuated by their long standing commitment to protecting the civil rights of clients victimized at the hands of law enforcement, And as I said last before we went to break Mark Lacoste, he's currently representing someone who in 2019 says that he was the victim of police brutality. They say this commitment of time and resources to this cause continues today in the Isaiah former case that's the individual. The peaceful protests were not the subject of scorn or disdained by the McCloskey's to the contrary. They were expecting and supportive of the message of protesters. The actions of violence, destruction of property and acts of threatening aggression by a few individuals commingling with the peaceful protesters gave rise to trepidation and fear of eminent and grave. I mean, it's just boarded. So we're both Mr Mrs Mcclosky acted lawfully on their property, which sits on a private gated lane in the city of ST Louis. Their actions were born solely of fear and apprehension, the genesis of which was not race related. In fact, the agitators responsible for the trepidation were white. And I figured like they're to me. It sounds like they're taking great pains to try to state this even though They were white and black. It says the black lives matter. Movement is here to stay. It's the right message, and it's about time, said Albert S. Watkins, Legal counsel for Mr Mrs Mcclosky. McCloskey's want to make sure no one thinks the less of BLM basically they're saying Don't burn down our house. Its message and the means of its employees to get its message up because the actions of a few white individuals who tarnished a peaceful protest. So this is the McCloskey saying, Oh, my gosh, we're now worldwide famous. Ah, you know Please don't burn down our house. That's what they're saying here. That's what this is. So there you go. Hi. We were talking about the sun break. I kind of wonder whether or not they're they're Democrats. And I say this for a number of reasons, not the the Their press release. You know included, but They came out with firearms that clearly neither of them have ever used. And I could tell that he's never handle this before. My husband was talking about this, too. He because it's not just have a scope on it. It's not built up. It's like you just want got it. I just find that an interesting observation. Because If If they are I look at this. Yes, Every people have the right, including Democrats to the Second Amendment Self defense, but also would this not just be a case of hypocritical Democrats who for so long in a very left leaning city supported Anti gun Democrats and anti gun policies only to turn around and then poorly managed firearms when their own policies are turned against them. That's why bring that up, which to me, is very interesting Narrative. Very interesting narrative. So You had asked me a question. What did you ask me? So they're clearly in the video brandishing their weapons right because they're literally pointing it at people. Is there a leak? Like so my first question was, Are they legally or illegally? However you wanna put it brandishing the weapon number one and number two. The statement they put out to reinforce the fact that they were in they felt there in grave danger and imminent harm. Is that in defence? Are they setting themselves up? Set themselves up for the defense of brandishing so with a lot of states have what they call Castle Doctrine, and Missouri is one of those That recognizes Castle Doctor and Castle doctrine is just to put it in layman's terms you if if you feel that your life is in danger, and that someone is going to cause harm to you, if you are in your property, your dwelling I'm looking to settle, but basically you don't have to leave your property. You don't have to. Retreat. That's that's what that's castle. That's castle doctrine. You can use deadly force to protect yourself to protect your life and that it's you know, it's the consequence of being a criminal to break into someone's home. You might have deathly force used against you, right? Stand your ground is if you're in a public place, so there's the difference between you know, Castle Doctrine and stranger ground Because Castle doctors about your you know, a person's home is their castle. So as it relates to this particular case here with the McCloskey's I think that Again Politics and all of that aside. When you have individuals who break down a gate. And it was broken down. That is not it for dispute. Local media even reports it as being busted and broken down. There are there's video and photos of it by local reporters, who I know personally, having lived in that town and worked with a lot of those people know that they are not right leaning. It is. It was broken down by protesters. So they busted through a private gate because this is a private Historic community within ST Louis City, and it's blocked off by these by a brick wall and a little Guard shack and of these very imposing gates from the public for public access from King's hope from King's highway, it's right by King's highway. And they broke through and they trespassed and then they were screaming at everyone and you know very loud that's put to me. And I mean legally, I would think that they're trying to set that up. Like, okay. Well, this was the this was the threat Because these people trust past We've seen footage and again. I want to remind everyone that Westmoreland and Portland, these this this area, I don't know what straight there on That neighborhood is literally down the road literally from where people have been beaten. On camera with the ST Louis statue that that whole protest It is also being that it's on King's highway. You could stay on King's Highway. Just a few more minutes and your boom right there. What is it northwest of Tucker in downtown ST Louis, right, where David Dorn was murdered by a rioter. So let's not in soap..