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Fresh update on "michael brown" discussed on WMAL Talk
"His life, he wouldn't take the chance of risking it wasn't really racist. That killed Michael Brown. Wow. And that's just a sample of the new documentary by Dr Shelby Steele. It's coming out October 16th. We have a sneak preview here of it, and hopefully we'll speak with Dr Steele. When the movie comes out. It's called What Killed Michael Brown here, e. A senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. Doctor Still thanks for being here with us today. Well, thanks so much for having me. I want to start with that very provocative statement, and I love it and I'm stealing it. If I could. I'll give you credit. America's original Stone is not slavery. It is simply the use of race as a means of power. Is that what we're seeing right now in our streets and in our political system? I think very much, So I think ah people never touch race unless they can use it as a means to some form of power some advantage. Over over other people. Ah, because raises itself has no meaning it It really is one of them. You know, it's not like religion, where there is a real coherent faith and rituals and so forth. What is race? It's It's just, ah, skin color for the most part and It is a sign meaning and given meaning only when we want to be aggressive. We want to use another race as a convenience for our race. Then race race becomes, AH becomes important. But in itself it means nothing. Why was the case of Michael Brown in your mind? Sort of a pivotal point here? You decided to focus on that case that officer involved shooting and everything that came from it as sort of the allegory to something much larger. Why this case? Well, this case it seems to me originally was, um The gap between the actual objective facts, the reality down on the ground and the narrative. That was circulating all across America that Michael was a victim of a racist white cop and was shot and so forth. There's not a shred of evidence to indicate that that racial animus had anything to do with it. With Michael Brown. So what's this about? It's again It's a move for power. Some people saw in the idea of a a black victim. At the hands of a white policeman, a scenario that would bring all sorts of power moral authority to black Americans. And so they insisted their eye and they they paid no attention to the actual objective facts. It created a narrative in which Michael was a victim of white Racists. And a doctor steal, win the facts of that. You know, there were so many lies about the case. You just heard a little bit of it in that in that one minute expert we played about he was standing over the dead body. The officer was not That Michael Brown had his hands up instead. Don't shoot. That's probably the biggest lie that came out of all of this. And that was supposedly from an eye witness who basically was lying about that. But once all of the fax came in, and all of the original lies were exposed. It seemed like that didn't matter, because the larger question had nothing to do with Officer Wilson and Michael Brown and what happened in that street in Ferguson. It was because of systemic racism, which is That's a pretty convenient way to pivot. The argument, is it not? What is it is very specifically systemic Racism is a concept. That expands entitlement. I said, it's not just you know of incident of racism here or there, but racism is systemic across society and a million subtle ways. I'm victimized and therefore the society owes me To the extent of that. Of that. Ah, broader view of victimization. So it's a kind of it's kind of cynical trick. Ah, too. Teo qualifying form or redress, then one is actually do. Doctor, our whole race relations there. Follow that sort of line of thinking. Yeah, well, it has not reached a point here in terms of the political sphere that if if, if you don't concede the obvious, given that America is a systemically racist country, you are, in fact racist. Absolutely. It's a trap. It's you know is it's traffic that black the black leadership today the group black grievance industry, Um Lives off of what I've called white guilt. Um whites are very anxious about being seen racist. They don't like it. Blacks, they well will that gives black standard bargaining ship well will We'll give you a break if we get this and this and this, Maura that that that and so forth, and so it becomes the our source of power in American society. We don't make computers. We don't make automobiles. We make white guilt. That's what pays off for us. You Ah, two books that have been incredibly influential in shaping my brain. And my views is white guilt by Shelby Steele and also the content of our character that he wrote about 15 years before white guilt and I highly recommend them and, of course, highly recommend this documentary. Coming out next month called What Killed Michael Brown eyed look, you're touching on broader in and this is this is a very big topic, and it's about broad broad issues. When you talk about the idea of systemic racism, we now see this new movement called anti Anti racism. Um so you know, it's not enough to be anti racist. You have to go out of your way. Excuse me. Excuse me. I'm modeling the words. It's still incoherent. Sometimes it's not enough to not be racist. You have to proactively be anti racist. That's what it is. And there is a book about anti racism called anti racist. Which basically calls upon whites in America. Tio. It does not be racist is not enough that you actually have to proactively jump on board and And be a part of Condemning all racism. Otherwise, you're part of the problem. I may not be articulating it well, but I'd love for you to touch on that development. That's true. You you have to be. You have to be guilty. And you, You don't have.
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Fresh update on "michael brown" discussed on KDKA Programming
"Kay, When confronted with the truth just changed. I don't understand. I mean weeks ago for weeks, I've been telling you go to John Whitehead's a website The Rutherford Institute. And evidently somebody did their own research. The last call it, Terry did it. Um And he found out it was true. Twice as many wives could kill by the police, not I am sure that some of that is justified Black away. The police have to be stopping a bank robber or somebody who's, you know, kill a little old lady or somebody So I'm sure some of it is criminal behavior and they've got to be killing someone out of the last figures I saw from Whitehead's Rutherford Institute website 2018. More than 1000. People just over 1000 were killed by the police. Some of that must be justified, but all they have to do is say He was reaching for a weapon I feared for my life. And they could shoot you, and that's it. In case closed, justifiable homicide. And the question becomes, and I ask it three times and he started going on the Michael Brown and everything else. If that's true entity is and he did to research and found out I was telling him the truth. Then why aren't you as upset as black people are Why did you claim a node? Doesn't the news media tell you who these people are? Who are being killed. John Whitehead says, if you have a loved one Who is exhibiting some sort of mental problems. Ah, and you call for a welfare check. Or their own drugs or something and acting out. You might as well sign the death warrant. Because the police only know ah, that they carry a hammer and everything. Looks like a nail. And so they're going whack it. They will jump on you. They will choke you. They will kill you. Just trying to do their job, and all they have to do is say they feared for their lives, and that's it. Don't call for a welfare check. Don't call the police at least You better call the social worker. And people wonder about defunding the police. Reallocating funding, maybe a better way to say it. I'm telling you have interviewed a number of police officers through I'm almost 50 years of doing this. Tell me that they have to wear too many hats. I have to be social workers. They have to do that. And then when you talk about relieving them of some of that duty universe is Oh, no. And John Whitehead says the militarized police of the ones we out of fear the most These people who used to be a guy with a badge constables around here you serve. Ah, arrest warrants and search warrants. One man. And they'd go arrest somebody. NASA whole SWAT team on armed brigade, breaking up a crap game or a card game or a dog fight. And they go in like it's gonna be a war and they end up killing somebody, and that's what it turns out to be. I killed twice as many white peoples they do black. You know, better get twice. Go back to the phones. Giant in point breeze. Joan Kenny K. Hi, Chris. You know if I could be in Washington, I would be right there Paying my respects to Mrs Skin Spur. And any woman. Any common sense. Would realise that she Realized what was happening to women and worked hard to do the right thing. The other thing, even though they say one of her best friends. Uh, it was Republican and they didn't agree. But they got along and we don't do that anymore because you have a president that keeps on With this nonsense. This craziness that's out there. Well. The reason I'm changing subject and talk about abortions is because I've heard many, many people, especially these women. Talking about abortion rights, and that's one of the areas that they're on. Well, if you're so worried about abortions, you know all the foster homes and all the adults facilities. They should be empty. They should be empty. So why aren't you worried about the Children that that is here? And for you to be a judge and a jury. Of why someone does this or feels they need to have an abortion. They're the ones that's gonna have to meet their maker, not use self righteous. I think you're going to be the judge and jury because you you don't think I mean If you know anything about have worked with anyone. Any anyone. There are numerous reasons. It could be insist it could be rape. It could be just because they feel they can't take care of people have many reasons. But what business is it of yours? All of a sudden you jumped on the bed bandwagon protecting the unborn. That's what business is. Is it of theirs, and no one else will do it but them so they've taken up the mantle. Well, Howbout, why don't they worry about the one that's already here in the far sir? Homes that need to be adopted if they put their energy and trying to get these Children out. And and guiding them. It might be a better place in the facilities wouldn't be full of kids. Children that don't have a place to go. But one of these facilities So you can keep on with that nonsense about who you're protecting. No way. Are you protecting you? You're only doing your own belief and you feel you can be the judge and jewelry of people. You know, that's all I want to say about that, because it just makes me really disgusted when I hear them talking about, um, abortion, right? And I see these Children. So many of them in Parsons foster homes, the ones is here. So many an adoption that needs to be adopted and they're talking about. We're going to protect it. I'm sick and tired of these people thinking they're right. And being the judge and jury. For people that have decided to make a decision, whether it's right or wrong about their bodies. In a lot of times If these men would step up to the plate, maybe And not with the ancestor, rape or treating women with some kind of respect. Maybe we wouldn't have a lot of this going on in. These people don't know that they want to act like they don't know the history of abortions. You need to read about it. The people that initially was getting abortions. It certainly wasn't the average person out there. It was the people that have money. And also the ones that didn't eventually had to do what they did. And my saying this right? No, but I'm not going to be a jury and a judge for anybody. Thanks, Chris. I can't. Let's go to Bill and West Mifflin. Biljon. Kate, Okay? Yeah, I was going to talk about something else but listening, Teo and I would like to chime in on that a little bit. As far as the abortion and I feel that I do agree with her that we should help our Children that are in These situations. But she should also look into the amount of incest and rape. It takes place where a child is born, and it's I've looked into it. And it's 0.1%..
The Limits of Filming Police Brutality
"This summer Ethan wrote a new article in it. He looked back on the optimism he felt in two thousand sixteen his faith that cameras and social media could reform the relationship between communities and the police tasked with protecting them. But now, he says increasing awareness through video is not enough as I was wrong. It appears that it was George Floyd's. Killing. That may have led you to change your mind and. You describe watching that video. And being struck by the police officers face as he looked at himself being filmed can can you tell me what it was? You saw that struck you. He makes eye contact with someone who is filming him. And he doesn't even attempt to say put the camera away. He isn't embarrassed about what he's doing. That is the image of someone who is looking at someone filming them and felt like they were not be consequences for his actions. I wanted to read back something you wrote in your piece you said the hope that pervasive cameras by themselves would counterbalance the systemic racism that leads to the over policing of communities of color and the disproportionate use of force against black men was simply a techno utopian fantasy. I think we often look for technological shortcuts to deep societal problems. Systemic racism over policing fear of black men in particular these are giant thorny difficult problems. And I think I and many people hoped that police body cameras in particular but also mobile phone cameras would tilt the playing field. For me the most disturbing and maybe dispiriting piece of this was the fact that we're starting to see very good peer reviewed large scale studies that suggest that police weren't body cameras don't have any measurable effect on use of force on police misconduct compliance, and that seems really surprising for whatever reason. This is not shaping police behavior and I think the answer is that police officers know consciously or unconsciously that there a set of protections that are going to allow them in most cases to use extreme force and and not suffer consequences for it i. think that overrides whatever psychological effects we might have from that sense of being watched. And yet it was that video that lead to water. Now, possibly, the largest protests in American history is that not proof that the the video works. Unfortunately the less. No and I have bad news on that front my lab at Mit Center for Civic Media did a very large study of media coverage of. Police violence affecting unarmed people colored. So we looked at over three hundred instances of unarmed people of color who were killed in encounters with police between twenty thirteen in two, thousand sixteen. What we were able to show was that there was a huge wave of media attention to these stories for about twelve eighteen months after the death of Michael Brown. Before Mike, Brown. These were almost always a reported as an isolated incident after Mike Brown, we were eleven times more likely to link these stories into a larger pattern of systemic police abuse violence. So for that brief period of time for about twelve to eighteen months, we paid much better attention to these stories and we told these stories in a different way we told them as part of a larger pattern. But by the end of our study, media attention was back down to where it had been before. My prediction is that we will see some sort of six twelve, eighteen month window of attention to stories like that, George Floyd. But unless something else substantial changes, I would predict that wave attention will away in much the same way the wave of attention around Michael. Brown federal way. So in light of that, let me continue reading from where I read before. In your piece you say that Techno Utopian fantasy you spoke about was a hope that police violence could be an information problem like Uber Rides or Amazon recommendations solvable by increasing the flows of data. But after years of increasingly widespread gut body CAM use an even more pervasive social media. It's clear that information can work only when it's harnessed to power. What what do you mean here? How do you harness information to power? The hope for change coming out of George Floyd's murder is that this is a moment where communities really go after the structure police departments and the structure of our associated with them. Ferguson. Where Michael Brown was killed is one of the best examples of this that was a police department that had incredible influence within local government and was functioning almost as its own revenue generating and tax generating force. That was a police force that struck Shirley had grown out of control, and one of the things that we have to realize is that we can use things like video and imagery to call attention to this. But unless we harness it to changing those broken institutions, we're GONNA find ourselves back on again.
Trump holds rally in battleground state of Pennsylvania
"Mr Trump in a rally tonight in Pennsylvania, it's considered a must win state Joe Biden In another battleground state, Wisconsin, the Democratic nominee, met with the family of Jacob Blake Ah black man who was shot multiple times in the back by a Kenosha police officer. He also reached out to business owners who were affected by violence in days of protest. Protesting this protest. My buddy John Lewis used to say But none of it justifies duty burning or anything else lied and also spoke by phone with Blake.
The use of 'less-lethal' force by law enforcement
"It's been a summer of unrest in a number of cities across the country, and just how and win police use so called less lethal force is a topic of much debate as we report in our cover story. Theo demonstrations in Kenosha, Wisconsin, streets in the name of Jacob Blake started as most protest do peacefully. But his day turned to night simmering tensions boiled over. Tempers were lost. So is the message. For police. Balancing the right to assemble with public safety is a delicate one. If and win, crowds get out of control the weapons at their disposal. Are designed to be less lethal. But in the weeks of unrest since the death of George Floyd Not just violent agitators being targeted by being backgrounds on phone tip projectile. It's the innocent. We're being injured as well. Take this protest in Fort Lauderdale, Florida back in May. 34 year old LaToya Ratliff was there Was it peaceful? Was very peaceful. There weren't any issues for the most part of the day. But something changed. She wasn't sure. Just what the time but clearly mood shift way were kneeling on the ground, a good distance away from the officers. And even as we were kneeling and chanting and being peaceful at that time we started to get tear gassed. The crowd dispersed, including a toy. That's her wearing a pink backpack. But watch what happens next. Toya was shot in the head by a 40 millimeter phone tipped round fired, her attorney says, Buy a Fort Lauderdale police officers. The impact fractured the toys, skull. She needed 20 stitches and I remember people screaming and saying help. She's been hit called 911 in my mind. I'm not thinking that I was shot because Why would the officer shoot me? If I'm not posing any type of threat to him and I'm actually leaving? Hers is not a unique or isolated incident. I didn't realize how big of a deal it wass. Until there was light surgeons around me. Linda Toronto, is a freelance journalist sent to cover the George Floyd protests in Minneapolis. She's a veteran of this kind of reporting she was in Ferguson, Missouri. Back in 2014. After another police killing this one of Michael Brown. There's a space where the protesters were gathered in a group and police were gathered in their line, and the people who are in between and not space are gonna be media. That's how you get the understanding of what's going on is you, you stand and you watch both sides. That's what she was doing in Minneapolis that night. This is the last photo she took what appears to show an officer aiming directly at her. I think that I not shooting people in the face for exercising. The first thing we fixed about the Constitution should just be Standard operating procedure. The non lethal round shot at Linda that night blinded her in her left eye, so I can see to about here on de everything past. Everything from here to here is just a blank. I'm assured that as I become used to having one, I'll be able to do all the things I used to do without it being a problem. But like the getting usedto only having one eyes Not a small task. To be sure, police have been injured in the protest to hundreds of more than 50 on one particularly violent night in Seattle. Crowds can be dangerous, dispersing them is often necessary. The research on the lethality of less lethal weapons. Is pretty hard to come by. In 2017 review of the available literature of the subject was published in a medical journal. Be M. J. Open. Of the nearly 2000 people. Since 1990 documented to have been injured by less lethal rounds. 300 suffered permanent disability 53 of them died. These air, large, dense High speed projectiles, and they cause significant and severe injuries. Doctor Rahimi Har is with physicians for human rights and one of the authors of that review. The basic rights like free speech and free assembly are being suppressed. Globally and the primary way that that's happening is because of crowd control weapons. In just the first week after the death of George Floyd Horror documented at least 100 serious injuries to protesters and journalists. Most To the head and neck. The narrative is that they're not lethal. They're not dangerous that police need a continuum of use of force and that these air really excellent options for them to be safe while at the same time controlling riots, and that's not the case. It's absolutely not the case. While most police departments have access to Leslie, the weapons experts say fewer offered any significant training. Just how to use them. I've talked agencies. We've never seen crowd control before. We didn't even know what to do These air 40 millimeter impact munitions. Travis Norton is an instructor with the California Association of Tactical Officers. He specializes in less lethal weapons. Not only how to use them. But win How do you do with a group of agitators in the middle of peaceful protesters? There are a lot of different tactics you can use. Unfortunately, a lot of those departments don't know what those tactics are. What are we trying to accomplish with what we're trying to do? Are we just standing here on the skirmish line and deploying impact munitions protesters hoping they'll go away or do we have an actual strategy? Rules of engagement, he says, have to be set. Because the risk of injury is almost inevitable. Unlike live ammunition, less lethal projectiles are unpredictable, where an officer aims and where the munitions hit. Could be two different things. Law enforcement is screaming for something better for us to use that it's out there in the last 20 years. We have had no new, less lethal. Come out other than prototypes and pilot projects until something better comes along, he says less lethal Sze will likely remain a crowd control option for police departments. It doesn't have to remain, he says. Is the cloud around their use. A lot of times what happens within law enforcement is these things will happen, And then we just forget about him because we're onto the next emergency. It's not purposeful. It's just we don't have a lot of time to reflect on things and we have to do better at that thespian or injuries. Montoya rattling has kept demonstrating Peaceful protest is in her DNA.
March on Washington: Civil rights advocates gather at commemoration on steps of Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC
"Civil rights advocates gathering right now in a commemoration of the 1963 march on Washington. Martin Luther King, the third, one of the featured speakers today, police brutality and gun violence, killing so many unarmed African Americans. Today we march with their families. And we say their names. George, Florida Boreham, Jean Rianna Taylor, Eric, Ghana, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice. Youself Richardson. Terrorists. Crusher tray von Marten. Oh, my, my, my my ever every Elijah McClane And so many of us turn out has been lighter than initially intended due to city imposed grown a virus pandemic restrictions limiting out of state visitors to the nation's capital,
What the power of August signifies in U.S. civil rights history
"Today also marks another key moment in American civil rights. History was today back in 1955 when 14 Year old Emmett Till was lynched in Mississippi, accused of whistling at a white woman. August has brought many of the nation's transformational movements in the fight for civil rights. Maurice Dubois WCBS TV is hosting a brand new event tonight called The Power of August August 2040. Dean brought the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. He put his hands in her and he started to get down. But Officer Steele approach with his weapons drawn the 18 year olds death and galvanizing the movement now known as black Lives matter, Going strong today, August 2020 protests raging against racism and brutality. And the effort to channel that rage to the ballot box and you can catch that events streaming this evening on CBS news dot com
VP Mike Pence headlines the third night of Republican National Convention
"The Republicans have begun their videotape programming on night. Three of their convention. Senators, congressmen, White House aides and advisors are all standing by, as is Vice President. Mike Pence the headliner tonight. ABC News Political director. Recline is here with US four years ago, Pence was a rather important connection for Donald Trump with evangelical leaders. That message seems to have been reinforced so far this week. Is he still play that crucial role? Hey, is critical in understanding the appeal that Donald Trump has and has maintained among evangelicals and a lot of baseline of conservatives. He is adept at translating trumpism into conservatism like few others he never, I would say never has broken publicly with the president. Even the slightest way. He has been as loyal a foot soldier in the Trump Army as there is and I gotta tell you, they're not a few people around Washington and beyond, who are surprised in this night is coming. Ah, lot of folks even as recently as a week or two ago were convinced that Donald Trump would dump Mike Pence in favor of maybe Nikki Haley we heard from earlier in the week that has not happened. He's stuck with his man. Hey, they didn't have much of a relationship before uniting in the general election four years ago, But man that is a powerful partnership that we're going to see on display, even if he is in the most scintillating of speakers. And even isn't very trump is Trump pissed himself. He's ability to describe what Donald Trump means. And what he represents is unparalleled. Hey, is also of late been leading the Corona Virus Task force. We haven't heard much about the virus during this convention. Will we hear anymore from pence, and if so, what's he going to say? I wouldn't be surprised if we hear from him. I think we're going to hear about his view. The president strong leadership is he sees talk publicly, many times about it that was viewed as almost Ah can't win task that he was given six months or so ago. Mike Pence. Mice come under criticism for how he's led the task force. Maybe too much of a consensus builder is kind of a buzz on him, has shut out the voices along the way. But he has maintained the president's loyalty and I think you're going to hear a lot about, uh well, he likes to call it the big heart and broad shoulders of the president of ABC News. Political director recline Let me pull Justin Gomez into the conversation. He covers the Trump Pence reelection campaign for us What's the nature of Pence's role? He's of late been all over the country. Yeah, that's right for the Trump campaign. It's been the vice president That's been on the road at these campaign events, really just trying to get their base excited and and deliver the president's message while he's been taking care of business here in Washington. We've seen Pence out there talking to voters in a lot of battleground states. He's been to Wisconsin has been to Arizona. He'll be going to Michigan and Minnesota on Friday, right after the RNC wraps up. So you know, for the most part lately, Pence has been there go to person on the road, and he really connects with voters out there. They see him and for a lot of, you know, maybe not diehard Trump Ian's, but you know the the old fashioned conservatives. They can really relate to Mike Pence and he has a is a great way of delivering the message is Rick was saying when you hear Trump? He doesn't break from Trump when you he can. He can Deliver Trump's message without you know all the exciting words that we sometimes hear from President Trump, whether they be inflammatory or or something else that we hear from the President Mike Pence will stay in line with the president. But he will deliver it in a softer tone without breaking ranks from the president. So you know, for now he's their go to person on the trail, and he's goingto pick it right back up after the prince he's done. Justin is Karen Travers here, based on what you've seen from Mike Pence out on the campaign trail as it is right now, what should we be looking for tonight? What issues do you think he'll most emphasizes? He talks about the record and the look toward a potential second term. I know it's gonna be interesting to see how he portrays the corona virus responses. Rick was saying, You know, he's the lead of the Corona virus task Force since February, and there's been stumbles along the way he there's been a lot of missteps. And there's been signs that have been missed and things that they could have done better. Um, so it'll be interesting to see what he says about that in their response, but you're also going to see him, You know, we know he's going to talk a little bit about policy, and that's something that we've been missing lately from the Trump campaign, as you know what kind of policy they want to set forward in a second term. So it'll be interesting to see what he has to offer as faras policy announcements in his speech today, But you know it's Mike Pence, and he's a He's a man of faith, So expect Probably some talk about religion in there. He loves to say his campaign events it wrapping up for for all the voters to, you know, bend a knee and bow the head and say a prayer for them. So probably a line along along that tonight. And I know it's gonna be. It's gonna be a lot of a lot of policy talk. I think from Pence he has something to deliver tonight.
Los Angeles mayor shuts off utilities at Hollywood Hills ‘party house’
"Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti ordered utilities cut off in a mansion where large parties would be held in defiance of social distancing guidelines. Garcetti announced the extreme measures Miss Official Social Media account on Wednesday today authorized the city to disconnect you told the service at a house in the Hollywood hills to stop the large parties held there in flagrant violation of our public health orders Tweeted Garcetti parties like this He's concretely easily spread the virus and put our community's at risk, he added. A writer for the Style section of the New York Times reported the mansion belongs to TIC Tac stars Bryce whole, Noah Beck and Blake Gray. Les Angeles police shut down a birthday party for hall that was held on Friday afternoons complaints from neighbors at a separate location, and Garcetti said in a statement that the owners of the mansion have been worn previously. There. Utilities might be shut off. And despite several warnings, this house has turned into a night club in the hills, hosting large gatherings and flagrant violation of our public health orders, Garcetti said. The city is now disconnected utilities at this home to stop these parties that endanger our community and the mayor said officials were also considering additional punishments, including the revocation of permits and licenses for those who are repeat offenders against the lock down. They have, additionally clarified that the utility shutdowns are being considered for large parties, not for smaller gatherings and normal sized
How Does Jane Elliott's Blue Eyes/Brown Exercise Work?
"The past fifty, two years teacher and diversity trainer Jane Elliott has been stirring up trouble on the subject of racism. It can still be uncomfortable squirm in your seat stare at your shoes uncomfortable when she subject someone to the very same exercise she I unleashed on third graders more than half a century ago designed to expose racist thinking. Something, her method can get downright mean but again, the subject is racism, it should be troubling. Elliott came to prominence when the day after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior in nineteen, sixty, eight, sheep herself a white woman took her classroom of all white third graders in. Riceville Iowa and decided to teach them what it was like to face discrimination. She separated the kids into two groups those with Brown eyes and those with blue and proceeded to proclaim the. Brown. Is these superior group she allowed the group extra privileges more time recess seats at the front of the room they were told they were cleaner smarter more talented. How children reacted to this newfound pecking order was startling. The Brown eyed group immediately began to wield their dominance. The blue is almost immediately slipped into the role of subordinates. Anger flared disputes popped up. After switching roles a few days later, which gave both sides of the classroom taste of being in the lesser group the exercise ended. Many parents complained after reading about what had happened in Elliott's classroom through student essays printed in the local paper. A month or so later, Johnny Carson invited Elliott to appear on his late night talk show she became a national story. Many praised efforts at her students is but not everybody a two, thousand five storied Sonian magazine reported hundreds, viewers, wrote letters, saying Elliott's work appalled them how dare you try this cruel experiment out on white children? One said black children grow up accustomed to such behavior but white children, there's no way they could possibly understand it. It's cruel to white children and will cause them great psychological damage. Elliott spoke with us for the article that this episode is based on from her home in Iowa. She said, you think that's traumatizing try living that way for a lifetime. Elliott taught for years before she decided to take her anti-racism lesson out of the classroom and Corporate America. She's also led the exercise for the US Department of Education and other governmental groups. She's appeared before numerous church and school assemblies she was on. Oprah Winfrey's TV show several times in June of twenty twenty. She appeared on the tonight show starring Jimmy Fallon. She often faces uncomfortable and sometimes angry reactions but her goal as it has been for the past fifty two years is education. She says, it's the best weapon against racism. But good education about racism and race is hard to find. Elliott said, that's because the educators believe the same thing that they were taught and they were taught the same thing I was, which is that there are three or four different races and you can tell what a man's intelligence is by the color of his skin or the shape of his head. You can't lead people out of ignorance if you're still teaching the Columbus discovered America and we came here to civilize these savages. Will need to teach the three RS of rights respect responsibility if teachers would respect the rights of those students to learn the truth and be held responsible for seeing that they present them with the truth we could kill racism in two generations is not a doubt in my mind that could be done. Elliott at eighty seven years. Old has seen. America, grapple with racism all her life. She's marked major mile posts in the struggle over the past fifty years or so the civil rights movement and the assassination of doctor king in the sixties, the race riots in Miami's Liberty City in nineteen eighty and in Los. Angeles after the Rodney King beating in nineteen ninety, two, the protests in Ferguson. Missouri and twenty fourteen after the killing of Michael Brown and in Baltimore Maryland in two thousand fifteen after that of Freddie Gray and in Charleston south. Carolina. That same year after a church massacre. There are many others. But the problem she has been relentlessly attacking Elliott says, goes far beyond the occasional race-based. Clara. For people of Color in the United States facing racism is an everyday fight every minute of every day. Elliot said. It's only been going on with me for fifty two years. I know black women who have been doing this for eighty nine years and their mothers did and their grandmothers dead and their great is dead and their daughters and their granddaughters and their great granddaughters are going to have to do. It must be get off our polyunsaturated fatty acids and do something about this. I get paid to talk about it. They aren't even allowed to talk about it. One of the biggest hurdles in educating people about racism in the United States Elliott says is that most everyone knows it exists and knows that it's harmful but few are motivated to change it. She stood in front of. and asked who among the white people in the room would want to switch places with a black person no one ever volunteers. She cautions that recognizing the problem is only the first step but Elliott is nothing if not persistent, she says, she'll continue to educate for the next fifty years. She'll push her mantra of one race the science behind the simple words it's clear. According to the National Human Genome Research Institute your genome, the bodies blueprint that contains all of your DNA is ninety, nine point nine percent the same as every human around you. And she says, she will urge people to get out and vote November no hope of electing leaders who will attack racism as she has had on.
Cori BushI'm Going To Congress
"I want to jump in because I'm just so. Proud of you and what you have accomplished here and not just in winning this election, but the everything that you have accomplished. Over the last several years of your life. I, mean you're one of those extraordinary people who we hope would enter you know a elected life so I'm just so happy to meet you and talk to you. I, mean like You you ran before and you lost and this time you got it done. So just how does that she'll? You know if feels amazing and I still can't believe it like it's still really is still a shock. I'm still trying to like you know soak it all in because we worked hard. We worked so hard just trying to you know have a voice in be seen especially coming from the standpoint of the protests the you know the the Ferguson activists, you know that was a whole big deal debt for somebody else running for office. So it's one thing to run for office is another thing to start off with this With the with some people called like this negative you know I guess stigma against me being this Ferguson activists because especially back twenty, four through twenty likes twenty, two, thousand, eighteen, it was like. You know people that burn down buildings. You know people just didn't really understand what we were doing. take me back to. Why you were drawn in. To go through the timeline of who you have been over the last several years. Why are you drawn first into the streets to protest with black lives matter when Ferguson was really hot. Yeah you know I just remember seeing. scrolling I was scrolling on social media and I kept seeing the picture of. Bike Brown, junior that picture of him laying in the street you know you know on his on his stomach and with his face to the ground and I remember just I i. I just kept scrolling past that I was just like it was just something I didn't want to see. You know it's all went on about my day and and then it just kept popping up in my seat and then. Later, that day when I just saw that people were starting to gather. I still didn't move. I didn't even realize it was in my own community until a little later that evening and I just decided you know out. So I needed to be out there but I didn't end up going that first day the next day I can you know people are like oh? No, you can't go out to dangerous you know, and so the next day I just went ahead and went. Out and what I saw in my own community was something that I never thought. I would see I mean it was I grew up like watching a civil rights footage. You know I mean it was like ingrained in me in school and at home, and so you know it just reminded me of like on the prize like it reminded me on of so much that I had seen in every book that I read. And I'm like this is my neighborhood like. Six minutes from where I live. You know the place where I will get my hair done on one side of the street, the the place by done on the other side of the street. At least we're all the people were congregated and I saw police in a way. I hadn't seen police before I saw police standing in this line and I saw dogs you know in you know it was just like what is happening in our community? as I felt like okay I'm I'm a I'm clergy maybe I can come out in you know pray with people you know and I'm a nurse. So I can be a medic I can just lend something to this. I didn't know I will end up protesting myself. I just wanted to come out and be a help, but the more I was out there. And just seeing innocent people brutalized seeing you know just the and just feeling the anger and the frustration and the in myself wanting to see justice like stayed, and then also my job had me out there doing grief and count in trauma work So like eight to five everyday, I was out there in front of we pitched a tent right in front of where Michael Brown's body was was. and. We had to guess and I had to like despot was in front of my face all day every day but it wasn't worse than the people who live in that complex what we were doing was. So we actually went to we would knock on the doors of the people who live there because some people just did not I don't know if you remember because I think you can't then you come. To. Yeah, and so were his body was on one side of the complex. People that were on the far side didn't want to cross where his body was laying. So people didn't have full didn't have diapers formula. You know toiletries people were people needed medical care that didn't have it. So we will go and knock on their doors to try and take them whatever whatever they needed and do that trauma work right then. Give Grief Counseling. Right on the spot is so just Jimmy an even more. And I had to just keep going back.
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Once homeless, Cori Bush wins Missouri primary
"Congressman Lacy clay in the Missouri primary, essentially guaranteeing her a seat in Congress representing the heavily Democratic ST Louis area. Wishes. Victory ended 52 year dynasty in ST Louis that began with Clay's father, Bill Corey. Bush had at one time been homeless after health problems during her pregnancy forced her to quit her job as a preschool teacher. She led protest after the 2014 police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Her supporter, said protests over racial injustice helped galvanize voters If she's elected. Bush would be the first black woman to represent Missouri in Congress. I'm Jennifer King. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase a prince of a peace photography for your personal or small business Use every
Protest leader Bush ousts 20-year US Rep. Clay in Missouri
"Black lives matter activist upset a longtime member of the congressional black caucus in the democratic house primaries for Missouri's first district on Tuesday nurse and progressive activist Corey bush ousted longtime congressman Lacy clay in the Missouri primary essentially guaranteeing her a seat in Congress representing the heavily democratic St Louis area bush's victory ended the fifty two year dynasty in Saint Louis that began with clay's father bill Corey bush had at one time been homeless after health problems during her pregnancy forced her to quit her job as a preschool teacher she led protests after the twenty fourteen police shooting of Michael brown in Ferguson Missouri her supporters said protests over racial injustice helped galvanize voters if she's elected bush would be the first black woman to represent Missouri in Congress I'm Jennifer king
A Look at Police Body Cam Technologies, and Where They Fall Short
"The nationwide protests over the killing of George, Floyd brought many things alight from racial inequality to police brutality. One issue that's come back to the forefront is whether or not police body cams are effective tools to hold officers accountable. I'm Roger Jiang. This is your daily charge with me senior video producer Butch Kerry who was a video out today discussing this various you welcome bridget. Thanks for having me. So body cameras really spiked popularity with the police back between fourteen talk about what really sparked this move answer where we are today yeah. It really began with Michael Brown because when he was shot by a white police officer in two thousand fourteen, there was no video footage to show it happened in the officer didn't face charges. So the family came out and Please request thought you know there's a movement that police can wear body cameras that was pushed even further by President Obama also saying that this should be the change for the future. Then there were federal grant setup to help departments pay for them. So you did have this big increase in police departments trying to help their relationship with the community and saying, Hey, we're going to have body cameras now but I mean that was present fourteen and I feel like we're still at the same place which. Is why I wanted to do this report and look into how do they work and why are we still at the same place and it really comes down to how different departments are using the cameras zero zillion talk a little bit about that and just to give our listeners a sense of how broadly there used. I, know you mentioned those grants to the Justice Department awarded place apartments in thirty states more than twenty three, million dollars for body Cam. So how many police officers actually use them? That the data right now, when you look at the statistics, it's looking like about half of our nation right now has officer some way or another obviously is hard to be exactly of small apartments, large departments but right now the idea looks like about half the country has law enforcement wearing some kind of camera or has tested out cameras some. In some way I, mean issues basic the you have officers wear cameras people will change their behavior when they know they're being recorded right there's more trust now when they're when there's a cameras more accountability these really lofty goals for one piece attack at there have been a few snags along the way. Of them being cost of storage because you have all these officers recording when they come into a situation every day. So figure, every officer has maybe three or four hours of recording everyday they have to store in the cloud. Well, how long are they storing that and how much is needing to be saved It's all different depending on every single up police department. So sometimes, it's months sometimes years and you're looking at costs in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. One department only had five police officers in the little town of Nebraska, and they were looking at something around fifteen grand. A year and this is like not folk is not feasible for every department to pay this because those those grants we talked about they don't cover ongoing storage costs. So some departments have been pulled out of using them because they don't see it's it's useful for them to be paying for it because the storage storage is definitely issued cost is an issue. These unforeseen costs are a real. Red Flag but bring it back to you know the ultimate idea that these cameras were supposed to bring accountability and to prove relations with the community was twenty and we're still protesting about police brutality Take things are worse than they ever are they have been. So what happened how did they fail to accomplish that goal? I wouldn't call them an outright failure, but it certainly is a failure in A. Couple of aspects one It goes back to how these tools are being used for one A officers have the ability for the most part right now to start and stop the recording on their own because they they really feel like you should have that kind of freedom. Do you really want a camera to be always turned on in every instance? No not when you're visiting someone at the hospital Having a private conversation or just you know having your lunch that said, what are the punishments if you don't hit that record button when you were supposed to or finding that there isn't a lot of incentive to do the right thing or I should say you know punishment if you miss a recording when you're supposed to at least that's what a lot of the researchers I talked to were saying that. If if you don't activate your camera, you know what's the consequence for that That's that's one area that's missing. Other area that that's missing is how can the public get access to this footage to be accountable? You countless studies have been done, and most recently they looked at all the studies and said, all right. What's the data we're seeing that there are fewer complaints against police officers. That's a good thing. We're seeing that police officers have footage to say, Hey, look I was justified that this was a false complaint against me. Great cameras are showing the truth in different aspects but a cameras show every angle of the story that happened and the cameras only as good as being able to release the footage. So some researchers I talked to said. We WanNA. See more data on can the public access when they want to receive some change now in New York City the mayor said that anytime now there is an incident where someone killed or seriously injured they will release footage but for a while there was this law that said, they don't have to release anything. We'll as a camera that you know. So so that's really the problem. I it comes down to not having a uniformed a set of rules or standards on win. This footage can be released in how it can be used. To the point of consistency, you mentioned New York City Mayor de Blasio a changes law he's fairly alone. He's he's sort of serve an isolated case right? Because the the rules are very greatly I don't think there's any kind of national mandate to be more transparent about when they released this footage ride, we're starting to see changes win the public points, their camera at a situation and out that officers didn't have their cameras turned on over in. Louisville when there was a shooting at the restaurant owner those officers who did not activate. Their cameras were put on leave a might my questions are okay they're put on leave but they're suspended. Where are you know the the more serious deterrence there? You know what's happening people are losing their jobs over it out win when government realized that the spotlight's on them you know but we have to look at what's going on in terms of using them. There is some technology though that is kind of starting to change that part of it like having a camera automatically turn on when it senses something's happening it could be win a Taser guns pulled out of a holster. It could be also not so serious like when it detects a police vehicle going at a certain speed or detects other kind of check marks author software so that Way If an officer is in the heat of the moment and can't remember to turn on their camera. It does it for them There's also talk about live streaming. So some of the cameras are able to have a superior back at home base tap into what that officer is seen in real time. That is a great advantage. When something serious is going down, they get a real time feedback. But. It's something that they're also can be push back with with police unions going wait a second I don't want someone seeing what I'm doing all times I don't live streaming only a few departments really have started to use livestream I. Think Cincinnati was one of the first that used the teaser brand of version of livestream on their cameras, and that was just February so very early for that technology but there's a lot of talk about that.
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Ben Shapiro on the Michael Brown Shooting
"I'm old enough to remember when Barack Obama went out there during the Ferguson riding and said, people don't make up things like this. He was talking about the Michael Brown shooting Michael Brown shooting by the way, it was a good shoot. In fact, it turns out that after another review of the Michael Brown shooting by officer Darren Wilson, it turns out five years after the six years after the case, the case has been dismissed again, according to the Daily wire. Amanda Prestigiacomo reporting ST Louis County Prosecuting attorney Wesley Bell announced on Thursday he will not be bringing charges against former Ferguson Police Department officer Darren Wilson were fatally shot Michael Brown, 18 back in 2014. Ring, a Thursday press conference. They'll announced the news by prefacing it as quote one of the most difficult things I've had to do, noting that his heart breaks before the Browns. The question for the office was a simple one could prove beyond a reasonable doubt. And when Darrin Wilson shot Michael Brown, he committed murder or manslaughter under Missouri law, Bell asked after an independent and in depth review of the evidence, we cannot prove that he did. He, by the way, is the county's first blast. Black prosecutor he reopen, reopen the case after taking office. One of the reasons he gained office is because of disapproval for no case against Darren Wilson, the first place and then he looked at the evidence, he said, Sorry. We can't actually make a case at his office conducted a five month review of witness statements, forensic reports and other evidence, the AP noted, adding his investigation does not exonerate Darren Wilson. But it's not the way the criminal justice process works. If you're not convicted, that doesn't mean you're not. Exactly that does not mean that you are exonerated. There is no exonerated standard in criminal law. There's just not prosecuted. So you also get to Claire not exonerated. That's not the way this works. L said. I know this is not the result they were looking for and that the pain will continue forever. Jim tally, Wilson's attorney noted Belle's review had the same conclusion as Bells predecessor. A grand jury and the usdoj was Obama's deal J. By the way, there was no crime. The Obama Justice Department at the time, pointed out that there was no crime but doesn't matter. Democrats have continued to lie about the Michael Brown shooting and use it as the basis for a political campaign to suggest that America and police officers are deeply
"michael brown" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The Michael Brown show. We did a radio show. Is that what this is? Four o'clock tomorrow, I'm making this big announcement. And the big announcement. It actually is. It's actually seriously big announcement, isn't it? It is a big announcement. It's not just that. I'm moving to Austin to vote for the what was this guy's name. Oh, Alexander stringer moving to the the the announcement is that. Well, wait a minute. Tomorrow's election day. Yeah. Announcement on moving to Austin on election after the show in election day to vote for the sky. So it'll be too late to vote for him. So that's obviously ally. Maybe it's a surprise. This is what I just did. Have you told anybody? Couple. That I held out. I held out. Boy, I did not call my lawyer forsling audience call my lawyer. Called my lawyer right away said all right? Here's the deal. We gotta talk. And then he says, okay. Two thousand dollars an hour. I said, okay, never mind. I can still. I can do this on my own. I don't need. No, stinking lawyer. There's a guy running for mayor in Austin. And the big announcement that I was going to. That was lying about was that I was going to move to Austin tomorrow night after the show. So I could vote for this guy as I'm out in the hallway, you might see me talking to somebody. I just realized that wasn't a very good lie about the big announcement. Wasn't. I need something new. Can you come up with something new that we can lie about the big announcement? No. Are you kidding? I'll expect you to think on your feet expect you to come up with anything, you know. Courtier quick or smart Aleck. Shut up leave me alone. I'm trying to do this back here. Have you voted? See what happened was? Oh, here we go. First of all that was a yes or no question. Angie? Have you voted? Well, yes, I have Michael. No. Instead, you see what happened is what happened. I was waiting for my Mellon ballot. Now have to go to the polls, which I wasn't really looking forward to. Tell me you're gonna vote vote. I just have to rearrange your rain gear day. Let's talk about your day Shelley, particularly after the big let let's talk about your day. My day off your day is a is a big load of crap is what you're here's Angie's day. Antionette fat diesel whatever it is core. Core core. Data key he'll gated roof dog or whatever they wake up in the morning. They stumble out of bed. They go to some yoga class, which apparently nobody ever shows up with. So then Angie. The yoga teacher go have a drink somewhere. And I don't mean like Starbucks. I mean, like they go to some bar at ten o'clock in the morning, you're saying that like, it's a bad thing. I'm just I'm just pointing out the facts. That's just the fact that's not every day. That's just once or twice a week. So what's so week, you're drinking, but? All the other days. So all the other days, you're what I spent time beating people up and getting beat up for like, two hours. Did you get your big fight yet? No. When's your big fight? I I don't have a big fight coming up. I would another little fight. Maybe I'll try to do in January. Are you? What are you gonna to? We should have a nice little fight on air. I don't wanna hurt you. If you wouldn't hurt me too badly, we sell like make it a pay per view things like on YouTube and Facebook. You're not get split. The be the cycle regular fight unites split. The proceeds the purse the purse to sound more formal we would split the purse, right, no management fees involved. Well, I would collect management fee because clearly I'd have to be the one promoting the fight. And then we could walk into like the small ring four by four. What should have too much room just a four by four ring, and you can take your I wouldn't even gloves, and you could just take one swing? Not me out. We collect you know, several grand apiece. Go home. What's the big deal? But then not to share. But she gets a pleasure. Taking the glove. And then you would hear from my lawyer, then you would hear. Yes. I don't wanna hear from. You can't have you hit me in the jock. Because I have to be able to talk like how some players. Ensure their their fingers I have to ensure my jaws in my tongue and my teeth. So I can Yep. Yep. Yep. Yep. I can't guarantee that. Me tell you how to vote. Did you walk up to the place and then news? And then Mark.
"michael brown" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Intel Darah. Michael Brown is still missing presumed intoxicated three zero three seven one three eight two five five is my telephone number. They reset this. Because it really is pretty fascinating. This has been a great conversation. You guys are doing really well. I gotta tell ya. All right. So. In the wake of what happened in Pittsburgh at the? At the Jewish synagogue. Colleague of mine who's Jewish wrote a column saying that in his synagogue, he knows that there are people who are packing heat. They're they're armed. This is good. It makes them feel better. And for those of you who aren't comfortable looking at a gun. You don't have to look at it. Because it's concealed. But we don't tell people that there's a gun in this place. If we told people there's a gun in this place, bad guys were be more likely to skip over it. So we never have to use those guns to same reason. Why? Yeah, you have a burglar alarm system, but you also put a sticker in the window to say, hey, there's a burglar alarm system here. You don't want to trip it. And I don't want you to break in so move along. Contrast that with a story coming out of Washington state where? The superintendent seems proud that he spent some money to get the teachers and staff trained on how to handle an active shooter situation was T-ball batch. Kitty, aluminum bats to hit balls that are on on TS. And these people really think this is this is. Rational that. It's not delusional. How many more of our kids have to die? I mean more people have to get shot to be will start realizing they need to defend themselves. And then even. So berry Fagin suggest that on his synagogue perhaps in the star of David. They put J P H. Jews packing heat. Let's let's potential haters. No, we're not going to be passively abused here thinking, there's got to be a better symbol. I'm curious. What that is. And what it takes to get this movement going. Because unlike with schools here in Colorado, there are some thirty school districts that allow teachers who are trained to carry concealed. Is your mostly rural school districts? Where it's not so uncommon but getting metro school districts onboard is going to take time it will happen. I guarantee you it will happen because it's really the only sensible thing to have done. But in the meantime, houses of worship churches mosques temples synagogues, they don't need government permission to do this. I think organically this could start a movement and having the right symbol that says. Hey, not here. All right. Where should we go? Let's let's let's head over to just I I think Jess has been waiting the longest. Jess, welcome your John Kelly era. So glad to have you John? Just so I think, you know, a lot of people recognize symbol of a shield as a symbol of defense. So instead of taking your idea of putting a pistol on top of a square or a green circle put it on top of shield, and therefore you combine the symbol of defense with the symbol of a firearm. That could work. You're the one drawback. I see about using pistol is that pistols are used so frequently in anti gun situations, you go to a school. There's the symbol of the gun says no guns, you go to library, no guns here. No guns. No guns. No guns. We want the opposite of that. Which says yes guns here come at your own risk shield. You know, something I think all right. Let's let's try this something that's opposite of red green. How about a pistol on a green shield? I was thinking of blue collar for the shield, but yeah, green or blue blue blue blue means law enforcement, usually that bright blue line. We'll see I think of churches start doing this that symbol organically appears, and it might be something we never think about just good call. Thanks for the thanks much sneak over to Aurora chat with cliff cliff you with John Kelder glad to have you. Aycliffe? John caldera. Our you today, Mr. cliff? I'm great. Thank you. Wonderful. I've got the perfect symbol. You've probably seen the bumper sticker on so much Brent door in the back of their car. We don't call nine one one. And why you're looking at is the front of a snub nose thirty eight right? So at the top. There's a large circle around are the front of the magazines are smaller circles if that go into why not take that symbol and superimposed over the six arms of the stars of David. Oh, that's clever. You know, maybe you put J P H in the middle. And right, boy, he put we don't call nine one one. Oh, that's very clever. Man. I thought I thought I thought I didn't like it at first. But then when you overlaid it with a star David I'll pass I'll pass along to to Barry Fagin. That's a good one. Thanks for the call three zero three seven one three eight two five five seven one three talk. Let's keep rolling with this. Let's stick down to Pueblo. Paul welcome. John Kelly, Sarah. Yes. Right. See no sign at a church, and I've also seen similar sign at the library. And our civil court here in Pueblo that said, no open carry permitted. And then it went on to say if you're licensed in concealed you're more than welcome to carry. And I think that pretty much. On there. Does it say with a bunch of words just like that? No. It was a little bit more wordy. I'm not sure exactly what it said. But it said, you know, basically, no open carry. But if you're if you're properly licensed, you can conceal carry here. I'm not sure exactly what on the words. I like that a lot of those things the debate over open carry just to go get sidetracked for a second know a lot of people think that it's dangerous. You're calling for trouble. But for people to carry concealed. It's a pain. All right. It is it's great. If you've got a jacket, but if you ever want to take off your jacket, what if you keep it in your briefcase or your purse or something then you got to keep an eye on that. I'm thinking, especially for women because women don't have a lot of places to hide a gun. That's that's readily available. Open. Carry would probably be the best thing for a woman. I'm thinking that you see a woman walking down the street. He's got a sidearm owner, you're gonna leave her alone. Correct. What is it going to take? Let me let me throw this out. What is it going to take? To get churches to sign on board with what we're talking about. There are churches we had one woman called up and said that her church does this. They've got trained people you can volunteer, and people know it, I think that's the right way to do it. How yes, how do we get more? How do we get more people to do that? How do we get more churches to do it? Because once a few do it the fear starts melting away. And that's important. The church. We're going to have had a.
"michael brown" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Brown. This is the Michael Brown show. Bashes deep breath. I understand that we have. I don't wanna use the word pipe bomb because we actually don't have any evidence that these are pipebombs what we have is. We have we have these Manila, envelopes these. The. The packing material sealed on the inside. Envelopes. Have what looks to be PVC pipe with some heavy gauge wire, which is interesting, you need heavy gauge wire. A couple of plastic cups on both ends what may or may not appear to be gun powder or powder from fireworks on one end. You've got an alarm clock, which is meaningless you don't. If you understand anything about. The Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, by the way, Ted if you're listening. Supermax? You designed the balm. So that the recipient. Is blown up when they open the package. You don't for example, in the in the case of Ted Kaczynski for that matter anybody who who who understands these things at all you don't seem these kinds of devices. To places where the intended recipient is not the person who opens the package. As I explained yesterday. You send a letter just a plain number ten envelope. To your congressman or Senator or to the White House. It doesn't actually go to the White House. It goes to an off site facility. That is operated by the secret service, actually operated by a contractor on behalf the secret service, and on behalf of the capitol police where the packages are tested for biological and chemical residue and then sent through an x-ray machine. And they go through another machine. But anyway, the it comes out the other end like parchment paper. It's all critically. Those packages are never sent directly to a congressional office. They're never sent directly even to the home of Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton or or George Soros handled his male. But, but I doubt that George Soros puts on his little Ducky slippers and walks down the driveway of his mansion in whatever town that is New York and goes to the big old big ass mailbox. No, pins it up and just sticks his hand in and pulled stuff out. That's not held a wealthy live. And I'm not one of those wealthy. But I've been around those wealthy people, and I can tell you. That's not how they live. That's not how they operate. Let alone politicians. That's not how they operate now. Yeah. Do without naming names. Do is typical US senators get mail at home in most cases. Yes. But even then wives. Spouses, housekeepers nannies whomever are taught. You don't look somebody. Somebody sent us a nice package. It's bulging. Let's just rip. It open. Hell's bells? I don't even do that here at the radio station. I come in and Angie's late some big ass envelope over here. That's bulky, do you think I just grab it rip? It open. No. I think anybody's targeting me. No. I'm just saying that after six years in government service where I didn't open my own male. But I dealt with was there. There during the anthrax stuff. I've learned to be a little cautious Tampa says, it's perverted, but I just think it's cautious. I think he's being reasonably cautious. So what I've seen in the news. So far. Tells me that. Suggest to me. These devices are actually designed to explode. I think instead what we have is somebody who is deliberately either one creating a false flag operation to make it look like some nut job Republican is targeting Democrats, or we actually do have some rinky Dink dumb ass person who thinks that he's making some sort of incendiary device, and is mainly it off to people. Knowing that the never gonna blow up. Any number of the combination of those two things is going on. But the breathlessness with which the national media every talking head, and I would I didn't again, I tell you. I don't listen to talk radio. But I would bet you that every talk radio host now, including me has talked about this. But I want to give a little different twist to it because I don't maybe somebody else has. But I don't know. I don't buy into the hype. I don't buy into for example. Evacuate a building. You a vacuum. Wait, a building in Washington DC. You evacuate a building. The radio station. I know one time I was in a building. This is after I left the government. That the fire department had to respond. To what was believed to be a fire. When I left the building. I walked. Way across the street. And people watch me, in fact, one person caught up with me and said, what are you doing it? I said why don't think there's anything going on? I think it's a false alarm. But just in case, it's not a false alarm. And there really is a fire one. There could be an explosion. I mean stuff in that building. The if the flames get to it, boom, it's gonna go boom. So I don't really wanna stay into the parking lot. I don't really want to stand by the back door. I think I'll go over here somewhere stand over there. And they were oh, maybe we should everybody else. Do that. Yes. You know, sometimes what terrorists will do is terrorists will call it a false alarm. They'll get people to evacuate because now they've got everybody on the street. They can Mowlem down with a car with a van they they can shoot them. They can any number of things that can occur. So I was I was fascinated watching the news reports last night of these television stations in particular that are evacuating their studios, and then they're standing on the curb next to the building broadcasting live what dumb ass does that. Because if it really is a bomb you're going to be severely maimed by all the glass this gonna come flying out of that building. Even if it's a small bomb. You ever been around Fox News in New York or you've walked by CNN center in Atlanta or New York or anywhere? These buildings are essentially glass and steel. Something inside blows up depending on the size of the device glasses gonna fly everywhere. And there they were they got little iphones out. They got their little program. They got their little apps and they're broadcasting right next to the building. And I'm thinking. You're either really stupid or you're not afraid or maybe both. I don't know. Let's go to my favorite program until. The view because I think the view thumbs up. Pretty much the coverage that you've heard even on the net. You're listening to the Michael Brown show. The tech center. But a good news for you. That accident out of your way. Northbound I twenty five up near Bellevue. All lanes have opened.
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"Michael Brown. This is the Michael Brown Retold Leto city council. Has agreed to unblock to anti fracking activists from her Facebook page. So clearly this particular member of the Thornton city council is in favour of fracking. Otherwise, why would you block to anti fracking activists? Either the entered into some sort of stipulation agreed to by both sides in this lawsuit. There's actually a lawsuit filed in federal guest US district court. We we were having lawsuits. In federal court because a city councilman. Who has? I don't care whether it's her official. You know? Verified page as a city councilman. It is her personal page. Or it's the city of Thornton pay. Don't be municipalities and city councilman have rights of free speech. Also. So that if they don't want to engage with somebody you don't have to engage with them. City council meeting. Most of the councils have what's called an open session. A public session of public comments session. And everybody who wants to speak has to sign in has to give their topic. And they're giving anywhere from two minutes to three minutes. To say their piece about whatever they want to bitch or complained or compliment about. You you have no guarantee. That you're going to get on the list because if they allocate say two minutes. That means in a sixty minute public comment. Session. You can have thirty people speak for two minutes. That's sixteen minutes. If you don't make the cut in time, you don't get there in time to sign up and get on the list. There's no there's no obligation to the city council to hear what you have to say you need to come back in two weeks or the next week or the next day. Or however often they meet until you're able to get up in line to make your comments. You can also call leave a voicemail. You can call leave a message. You can write an Email. You can write a letter you can get some crayons and some paster board and make a sign and you can walk up and down the sidewalk in front of city hall until your feet are worn out. What's the deal with Facebook? Why? Now the stipulation which was agreed to by both sides of the lawsuit filed by these two activists was actually approved by a federal magistrate in applies while the suit is pending. According to the Denver post. The agreement comes amid a pending lawsuit filed in US district court against Jan Coleman Thornton council member. And the mayor pro tem the suit, which was filed on behalf of fracking foes. When you had to go through life being called a fracking foe who can be against fracking. I thought everybody flack once in a while. I mean, you know, maybe you don't quite as often, but everybody flax, I mean, come on your mother and dad flack. Can't you can't deny it? The suit filed on behalf of fracking, foes, Clifton Wilmington of Lafayette and Edward Asher, or maybe it's Ed Asner. I dunno a Thornton alleged the Cullman essentially silence. The pair from commenting on public matters by blocking them from posting comments on what they allege is her official city council Facebook page. Let's think this through we don't know how the court's gonna rule yet. And this is only a stipulation by the parties that she will unblock them, pending the outcome of the lawsuit. So these two anti fractures can go on her Facebook page. And they can let me just let me do some research in the middle of the program. What's this woman's name again, boo? Boo. Boo. Boo. Boo. Doodoo? Jan Coleman jam pel. Coleman the missing person. Let's see six mutual. We have six mutual friends. Let's see. Well, that's not an official page. That's just Jan pal. Coleman let's see city of Thornton thorton. Do. They have an official page. No, that's a place. I don't want to place on a page. Thornton fire department Thornton PD Thornton festival of events. I don't actually see us official city of fortin verified page. So I'm gonna make a couple of assumptions here. Jan coleman. The Thornton councilmembers personal page is being treated as some sort of official page. Let's go back to it for a second. What does certainly was Jan j booboo? Jan. You.
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"Is the Michael Brown. Show Apologized but The Twitter apology itself shows how Twitter tolerates anti white. Hate become that's coming from the left, us You've you've heard ad nauseam and that's. Why I haven't talked about it You've heard ad nauseam about this woman Sir John if that's not sure you pronounce your name j. o. j. e. o. n. g. This tech writer who was hired by the New. York Times as a new editorial board member I've ignored the story for a couple, of reasons. One is the New York Times has the right to hire anybody who wants to If it wants to hire some sort of racist to be on its editorial board You know what I'm all for it I don't begrudge anybody To, hire some bigoted racist dumb ass to be a member. Of your editorial board did I? Say go for it And, to all my friends on the right who are demanding. That she be, fired shut up Shut up because this shows Exactly what the New York Times It is a leftist anti American racist piece of crap Which is what I can say about CNN. Or MSNBC or anybody on on anybody on. The left I might my tolerance is at zero percent, and I think the reason to two zero percent is I know I know We're in The battle for the soul of. This Republic So, I've just reached the point is you. Know agents six wanted to, know h agents six sent me an Email Read the first paragraph Exercised. On air radio talent wonder what Burg under this particular saddle blanket, on this particular day No It's a tipping point. Works You you. Have these incremental data points It's the frog, boiling in the puddle of water The temperature's slowly rises the data points that show the. Dumb assery just continues to grow little by. Little if he had to put a mental spreadsheet then. You step back and you looked at the spreadsheet if you've been, keeping, track of, these data points over the past say ten years you'd recognize that, while there has been, just like the stock market you have these ups, then you get a little downward trend upper trend and it just. Kind of goes up and down up and down but there's a gradual this gradually, increase so that if your baseline is zero today even, though we've gone from ten back down to five then back up to twenty and. Back down eighteen up to thirty. Your baseline zero and now we're at a hundred Hundred for me over the past forty eight. Hours has been the tipping point It is For example I mean, not to That's crazy but if, you've just tuned in if you, missed the last hour remember the woman the climbed on, the statue of liberty but first, responders lives at risk shut it down so that other. People couldn't enjoy it she appeared. In court last week She had to court-appointed lawyers of course right because, the taxpayers pay for defense muscling, they shouldn't I'm just saying let's call a Spade here. And she clearly got taxpayer defense So she gets your. Day in court, she gets procedural and substantive.
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"Michael Brown afternoons k. h. o. w. Denver. Touting American, steel I'm rich Denison. Fox News President Trump was in the midwest today in granite city. Illinois Lewis the president addressed workers and a steel mill crediting his tariffs on imported steel, and aluminum as beneficial to the industry. Tariffs I don't factories throughout our nation roaring back to life earlier in the. Day the president was in. Iowa where he told farmers a new agreement. By the European Union to buy American soybeans would. Be good for them. We opened up Europe and that's going. To be a great thing for Europe and it's really going to, be a great thing for us and it's going to be. A really great thing for our farmers because you have, just got, yourself one big market that, really, essentially when you say. Kim never existed because you just had just, had a problem the trip coming a day, after reaching. An agreement with the EU to open up talks on, eliminating tariffs the Trump administration says it will meet a quarter deadline to reunite all eligible children. Separated from their parents at the US border More than seven hundred considered ineligible for reunification. By the government after their parents waved reunification or were deported Facebook stock in. A free fall on Wall Street today after news its user base and revenue growth. Was slower than expected while the social media platforms still deals with fallout from. Privacy scandal down nineteen percent its biggest one day sell off ever, since its IPO in two thousand twelve it also lost about one hundred and twenty, billion in market cap making it the biggest loss ever for a single company in a single. Day FOX's Nicole penalties at the new York Stock. Exchange and effort by house conservatives to impeach. Deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is probably doomed after house speaker Paul Ryan. Said he does not support it Ryan says, he doesn't, think lawmakers should be cavalier with the impeachment process the.
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"Michael brown michael brown this is the michael brown show i wanna talk about facebook permanent i posted this i think yesterday because there's a lawsuit going on in redwood city california in which facebook is being sued by a small company i think is actually out of business now the maker of an app and the app would allow you to somehow find photographs of anybody on facebook who would ever posted a picture of themselves in a bikini i mean highly intellectual stuff right looking for girls in bikinis on facebook okay if you can make well obviously they didn't make money on it because they went out of business but they're suing them because facebook reneged on providing them the data that they needed that they were collecting and facebook said that are they argued that by reneging you're not giving the data that they needed that is why they went out of business the company the startup was called six four three and they filed the lawsuit for the first time back in two thousand fifteen after facebook removed the app developers access to the data that they needed to make this work now for years facebook has had the same public answer whenever they've been question about how they're disrupting media they claim to be a tech platform and they deny that they are a publisher or a media company in fact when mark zuckerberg sat on his big ass pillow in the chair in his highchair testifying before congress if you don't get that reference go go look it up he told members of congress that facebook is not a publisher and is not a media company that they are simply a platform for others well it seems that in the courtroom they have the different story to tell in a small courtroom in california's redwood city on monday attorneys for the social media company presented a different message from the one executives has made the congress that they've made an interviews and they've made in speeches facebook they have repeatedly argued is a publisher and a company that makes editorial decisions and are therefore protected by the first amendment and so this lawsuit should be thrown out no that contradictory clay is their latest tactic in this lawsuit but it also exposes facebook for the tension within the company about whether it is a neutral platform that does not have traditional journalistic responsibilities now why is that even important it's important because of what i have repeatedly talked about on this program section two thirty of the communications decency act that is us legislation that's us law in essence that law passed back in the nineteen nineties pave the way for the modern internet by granting immunity two platforms saying that they cannot be liable for content that users post on their websites why is that important because if you're going to host if you're going to say like facebook does that i am a tech platform then if i post something that is libelous slanderous violate some criminal statute somewhere can be interpreted to be inciting violence than than than facebook could claim immunity for having published that that's.
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"Michael brown michael brown this is the michael brown show if you just now tuning in earthshattering political news today is the announced retirement of associate justice anthony kennedy from the united states supreme court effective july thirty first i think i think that's the effective its earth shot and if you wanna hear i'm not going to rehash the entire first hour i know it makes you thrilled if you want to hear that them do me a favor go download or stream the podcast of the four o'clock hour because it's all there it is the political ramifications the process it's it's what it means and i probably will later on the program talk a little bit about what this means for the democrats because that's another angle that needs to be analyzed a little bit but i want to move on to some other stuff in the meantime anyway a lot of people are really excited about an ad that was produced i think this was produced by the rnc but i'm not quite sure title is the left unhinged everybody thinks this ad is the greatest thing since sliced bread and i guess i just look at it too critically because while the ad is as a standalone okay it's it's entertaining it makes its point but i think it misses this is not a home run this is a this is a basit and that's about all it's hard to i want to describe it before you hear it because a lot of it has to do with the visuals and it's it's a montage the mastery that the left has a spouse or zip it'd spoken and then at the end of the ad it just closes out with the left two thousand eighteen i think it hasn't hashtag unhinged it sounds like this a few years ago we talked about chinese radical ideas extremist does i just don't even know why there aren't uprisings the country cabinet.
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"Michael brown michael brown around this is the michael brown show today he just stumbled through talk about minor things like justice anthony kennedy announcing his retirement from the us supreme court if you thought that the resistance the democrats were unhinged yesterday or the day before or over the weekend you haven't seen anything yet unhinged we're going to have to get the old sorus and find words that are much stronger than unhinged you know i'd like to say that you know what crazy because that's where they're headed some of them are already there but i think the rest of them will be there quite quickly it'll be a very short trip for them so the swing vote on the us supreme court and i don't know why i get that they they like to say that there's a conservative wing and there's a liberal wing and then there's the swing vote and there are liberal justices war ginsburg kagan and there are conservative justices but i would rather call them strict constitutionalists such as the lido justice thomas justice gorsuch but even anthony kennedy said that he never liked the term swing vote because his vote doesn't swing cases swing and i'm not one of these conservatives that likes to bash justice kennedy i know a lot of conservatives particularly particularly social issue conservatives who liked to argue that well justice kennedy gave us gay marriage well you know what maybe it's just the lawyer in me but i can actually argue that both ways states i do believe should have been allowed to themselves decide what the definition of marriage was i don't see how that's a federal issue and i don't see that somehow creating another special protected class is authorized anywhere because the other special classes such as race is fairly easily determined by just looking at someone and race is not something that anybody has any control over you you're born what you are you're born mongoloid caucasian or negro the three races and the same is true with gender and i really don't care what all these new age thinkers wanna talk about gender but you have a certain number of x chromosomes y chromosomes and based on those chromosomes you have one of two things between your legs their gender is biologically binary so sex as a protected class okay i can live with that because you're male or female and so we shouldn't discriminate kind of beyond that there really isn't protected class constitutionally arguable michael what about handicapped people okay i thought most handicapped people wanted to be treated as normal people so i don't i don't understand people simultaneously saying i want to be treated as a normal individual but i want to be in a protected class right get special privileges that seems to be contradictory but then again not everything in this world is logical so the justice announces his retirement and here's what so much to talk about on this topic alone just as democrats had desired when they were out torpedoing justice bork's nomination justice kennedy prevented the supreme court from swinging back towards a listen closely justice kennedy did this which is the part that i disagree with about justice kennedy he prevented the.
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"Michael brown could try to fight michael brown this was the michael brown show field to give you an example of what's happening in the united states the roseville police department this comes from the sacramento bee the roseville police department arrested seven men on monday after multiple girls reported man inappropriately touching them if the golf lind's son splash waterpark in roseville according to rob backwards department spokesman the men were booked monday night into the placer county jail on suspicion of lewd acts with a child under fourteen years of age as well as a conspiracy to commit a crime the popo believed the men know each other and quote worked in a coordinated effort to inappropriately touch several female female juveniles the water pulse on site security guards were the first alerted of the man after a few girls reported being inappropriate touched the guards investigate the reports and then call the popo just after five pm after hearing from other girls who reported similar incidences seven that were arrested all had evidence against them based on witness statements and we we were able to be identified we're able to be defined some fashion the victims didn't know each other he added the pope over investigating if there were other locations at the park where inappropriate touching may have happened on monday police credited the young victims reporting the incident to the sun splashes onsite security i haven't given you any names names or ages next how about ages thirty four twenty six thirty thirty eight thirty to twenty one and eighteen angie and i called referred to as creepers engine i know creepers identify creeper from a mile away angie so far so well okay we can well never mind imagine you're a father the father of fourteen fifty doesn't make any difference to me help and you got these creepers inappropriately touching your daughter's you want the names i can't pronounce them so here comes the bastardized pronunciation of names that michael brown cannot pronounce gershon rob poll bonga manpreet belong veer gill ball gender curl balwinder molly the rumpole theme am harpreet toll war.
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"Michael brown michael brown this was the michael brown show three don't really want to do oh dude we're going to talk about school shootings we're gonna play about guns and we're going to talk about the underlying cause of some of the stuff that's going on luckily tuned in on the way into the studio i had to stop by the cable company malaysia that's always a pleasure and when i got back in the car i flipped over was listening to neil cavuto emil was interviewing a woman she's the mother of one of the kids that was killed at sandy hook and i when when neal started the interview i wasn't quite sure the direction that this woman was going to go and it turned into compelling radio compelling radio because one wasn't quite sure where she was going neil gave her plenty of latitude to explain why she believed what she believed and when neil oh kept trying to give context to the fact that you're listening to a woman whose child was murdered in sandyhook by adam lansky or whatever dumb asses name was and so you would expect this woman at least shows my bias i would have expected this woman to be antigun which she may be but she certainly gave no indication of that and instead she wanted to focus on the shooters and what causes the shooter's whether it's a school shooting or as i listened to her i could extrapolate to almost anybody who picks up a weapon other than in the heat of passion moment some domestic violence dispute or you know a couple of thugs get mad at each other and they pull guns but just other than in the heat of passion moment what causes someone to plan out and go kill either one individual or ten individuals or twenty doesn't make any difference her theory in my opinion applies to more than just school shootings she talked about shooters lacking social connection lacking emotional quotient we often talk about.
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"Aids michael brown can try to find michael brown this was the michael brown show the briefly about the president's personal attorney michael cohen having his office hotel room everything rated by the fbi what i didn't realize yesterday as the news was breaking was that it was actually the us attorney's office and the fbi for the southern district of new york that did the raid and the pursued the warrant it was not bob molars office but having said that my belief is that bob muller is the one that gave the information to the district or to the us attorney and to the fbi in the southern district of new york so that they could pursue the warrant in front of a federal judge and then go raid the attorney's office irrespective of which way it worked the bottom line is that it sent the president of the united states into an absolute fury yesterday and he threatened as he normally does in a almost in a very passive aggressive way when asked whether or not he was going to fire the special counsel bob muller telling reporters something to the effect that shields as well we'll have to wait and see and then he went about ripping apart the attorney general jeff sessions for having recused himself from anything russia claiming that he didn't need to that's an issue for another day another time i have my own opinion about whether jeff sessions should have recused himself or not quite frankly that opinion changes day by day depending on what i keep hearing about what the special counsel is coming up with but the bottom line is it seems like that donald trump may actually be considering following the rain on his lawyer's office home and hotel room that he might actually be considering the firing of bob muller yesterday i said he called it disgraceful cohen is under investigation for these things finance violations relating to the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign according to the washington post more gave rod rosenstein information who then pass that information on to the us attorney for.
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"Michael brown michael brown around you doing this was the michael brown show has approved the appointment of an illegal alien to a statewide office an illegal alien appointed to a statewide office the senate president has appointed an illegal immigrant to hold a state office lisbeth matteo will work on the student opportunity and access program project grant advisory committee matteo says illegal immigrants are not adequately represented in government bye where it goes stuart little smart estimates there i kind of like it have you ever wondered why you actually need to own a gun did it ever cross your mind why you might need to own a gun most of you.
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"It's the michael brown could try to fight and michael brown this was the michael brown the three the lorde no what are you do about it on shouted down he wants my camera and if we're not on just because you're cameras on doesn't mean we're on your cameras on just cause is only because it has the power going to it go on facebook to jump no so it's this is even though this is the only the third work this is the fourth day of the week and we've been unsuccessful on being in being on facebook the entire week right b i think so i think you're right i thought we were on monday and we got kicked off like within the first two metal or something like that right right right we got kicked off in you tried to email your little your little friend paolo out or wherever or you are they probably will probably are air they're probably am i dunno fargo north dakota sitting in their parents basement answering emails from you because they're not there anymore if anybody knows this this is a serious question email me the answer to michael brown i heart media dot com
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"Aids and michael brown and try to fight michael brown this was the michael brown three the probably no mark stein primarily from his books and from is guest hosting on the rush limbaugh show and i don't keep our you sweetest books religiously and to this day if i hear that he's filling in for rush alternative tony and because well i what i like mark stein sense of humor he's just got that good dry sense of humor the is just enough smart asked the really makes me it makes me laugh in our in i like and mark stein is in my opinion of a very good word smith he's got strong opinions he has a unique perspective being a her a foreigner living in this country and having been subjected to lawsuits for exercising his right of free speech and expressing his opinions about climate change or transgenderism another stuff but stein lately and this is not really men is a harsh criticism but just something that i've noticed is that he seems to have absorbed a little bit of the what i would call the less attractive characteristics of today's trumpism of today's politics and that is being a provocateur for the sake of getting attention yep i don't think he's always that way but i do think that sometimes when you are asked him this is probably true of many pundits and talking heads on a mini shows you get asked all on primarily because you or a provocateur well mark stein is getting a lot of abuse for comments that he made a guess may be about a week or so ago i look them up and watched them today for comments he made on tucker carlson show
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"The michael brown try to fight michael brown this was the michael brown show three the good to the gordon bundy not so much globe we're going one details about it but judge's order is fascinating but i yesterday disagrees with me but i didn't do any taxpayer relief shots yesterday and we have a backlog taxpayer released shots and before we get to those though we have this to set up the taxpayer relief's shots this comes to us from kili new york and i don't mean chilly like it's cold but chilly upon he was arrested for robbing a subway at knifepoint uh you know i am always amazed bureau thug maybe you're crackhead whatever it is you know if if you're crackhead meth it did i get a feudal think clearly but if you're just your average runofthe mill thug and you need some you know you need some balkan rail money you decide robson place so you go to where there's got to be a lot of cash right the subway a parolee was arrested for robbing a subway at point after the ankle monitor he was wearing showed that he was at the restaurant at the time of the armed robbery according to authorities adam hetty a member of the mensa society aged thirty two was arrested saturday at his home in chile new york after he allegedly admitted to robbing the fastfood restaurant on buffalo road in north chilly when deputies responded to the robbery on saturday the corks said the suspect was a tall white male with blue eyes nobody else was in store at the time deputies were then notified by the monroe crime analysis centre the headaches and ankle monitor indicated that he had been.
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"To buy a and new mike or used meeting car fences visit true car to enjoy president a trump more keeping confident up car his buying criticism experience of the fbi some features even not as available he was in headed all states out to the agency's how headquarters day early to address birds until law one enforcement pm to save officer big or and take heading an extra twenty for the ceremony percent off when you spend at the one fbi hundred dollars national or more plus academy get coast president cash goals trump told twenty reporters percent offer valid that december it's ten through a 24th shame with about promo what's code happened snowball with the see fbi store kohl's dot com and for he details added bigger and better than ever but it is very sad when you look at those documents then and faye aides michael brune tried michael brown this is the michael brown show he and he said canadian and away three six minutes after a john killed era thanks for spending some time with me in for the vacationing michael brown who has been saying peace marching comments against me how dare he i i'm easily triggered for your three seven one three eight two five five seven one three talk so it kansas democrat running for us congress has dropped out of the race because it's been found that back in two thousand and five there was a federal lawsuit were in which she was accused of sexual harassment sexually harassing female to be a male mp lawyer a male employee e there you go in her very longwinded facebook post over this shia she goes on to say that my opponents have chosen to use these false allegations against to me for political purposes not only engaging in a whisper campaign but also contacting political and news organizations yeah yeah that's what's going on right now isn't it these false allegations are disgraceful and demean them the moment this country is in far for far too long complaints of sexual harassment have been completely ignored the timely and thorough investigation of complaints is a very good thing there is it so she goes off about this there are capitalising on this moment in time and it is disgraceful and demeaning to use this moment in time against her really what about.