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"michael garvin" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:44 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on WJR 760

"Here. Special guest host Kevin Dietz. Prosecutors in ST Louis will not first charge passing charges against nine black lives matter protestors who walked on the lawn of a gun wheeling couple in June. We all remember the video, Mark McCloskey is seen in the footage standing on his front lawn holding an ar 15 rifle. His wife is seen with a semiautomatic handgun. The video shows the couple exchanging words with protesters, several of whom walked onto the couple's line, Then the protesters move on without incident. Well now, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecutors reviewed several videos from the standoff between protesters and Mark and Patricia McCloskey and decided not to pursue the case. After consideration of all factors, the city councilor determined prosecution is not warranted against these particular individuals. As for the McCloskey's, the felony charge of unlawful use of weapons is still pending, despite them, saying they felt their lives were in danger. Following all of this, and joining us now is Jeff Minoso, Fox News correspondent and W. Jr contributed Jeff. Thanks for being with us Good to be with you. So how is this decision going over in ST Louis? Well. ST Louis, Detroit, anywhere where somebody's got an opinion, and there are opinions that that this is all politics and based on Ah, Being Table is prosecutor Kim Gardener in the battle that she's waged against. Well other than McCloskey's or or others she made rose to fame over her, uh, her decision. Teo get into the case against Eric Greitens, the former governor who actually resigned in shame, but she was actually Under investigation in a perjury case that basically went nowhere, But you've got law enforcement that basically calls Kim Gardener anti cop. Uh, she she dropped the charges against nine protesters trespassing case on then we'll go against of the McCloskey's Patricia and Mark. This is a small little neighborhood within ST Louis. It's a Tony neighborhood very exclusive and locked Gates all that these protesters broke that broke through the metal gates First house out of the gate with the McCloskey's on their way to light, a crew Shin's home. That's the mayor of ST Louis, and there were protests. Her Uh, after she came out against de funding police, so these protesters are walking past McCloskey's house. They're apparently having dinner and they see this. They say the protesters were threatening them. And so the rest is history. We see it on video. Ah, and so charges against these protestors. They're gone. But the charges against McCloskey's are sticking. They say they do this. Ah out of self defense. They were fearful of their lives. I'm not sure how the case is going to go. Ah, but I can tell you how it ends. If there's a prosecution Governor Parson and the state attorney general already vowing to To take this in and basically pardoned them if there's a conviction, but they're fighting this in court. Yes. So let's look at the trespassing issue. First, we've all seen the videos. It's clear that people protesters are on their property. Trespassing is a fairly minor offence of $500 Fine, I think, maybe 30 days in jail at the max and usually a much lesser fine and no jail time at all. Typically, do you think that the city attorney said We can't prove trespassing? Or do you think they just politically decided? We're not going to do it? We don't We don't wantto pursue these charges at this time. I don't know what they can prove or not. I mean, they could see what we can see in pictures and they interpret it may be different than somebody else might interpret what they see on these pictures. Clearly, protesters are on their law. McCloskey's have said that protesters broke through the locked gate. Another gate, Waas was broken. On DH, whether or not protesters did it or somebody else did it. We we just don't know. Can they prove that the McCloskey's lawyer believes that charges will ultimately be dropped against his clients who claimed the Second Amendment? We felt like our lives are threatened. We felt like our home was under threat. And so we did what we had to do and showed showed force. Ah, despite whether or not there's a contention that one of the guns may have been disabled. Firing good was taken out of it or not. It's the image of a gun, and it's that image that I think Eyes. What drives the decision either for the McCloskey's or against the McCloskey's, but a large part. It's it's I think it's I think a lot of people would tell you that. That a pure if you're being honest about it, A lot of this boils down to politics. When you look at the right to protect your property. Has there been a big debate in ST Louis or across the country after watching the video because everybody has seen this video and it's it's clear that they have these weapons, but it's also very frightening scene, especially when you put yourself back in the time that this was happening are is anyone saying what you can and can't do to protect your property? Well, I think what people people are calling this basically a chilling effect. What we're seeing in ST Louis. It's their contention that the thie state attorney are the probably Santa was a prosecutor rather A CZ. Well, a CZ. Prosecutors in Kenosha are injecting a chilling effect into people who want to protect property. Uh, this well at the same time. We're seeing our cities, go up in flames over over various different issues and pull the shootings and things like that. Which you know, perhaps is legitimate. Based on how you feel. But when you see people defending themselves in defending their property and charged by the way, because he's not the first case, Cal Riton House and Kanno Shion, not the first case. Where you're seeing people try to defend themselves, only to be bombarded with other charges were threats from local government and so you know, it could have a chilling effect. On and you know, I'm not sure where the case goes from here, but it certainly will be will be interesting. Um, we know that that Kim Gardener has his face a lot of issues..

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"michael garvin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:27 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Is talking. The next presidential debate is a town hall format scheduled for October. 15th in Miami. Meanwhile, some Republican senators are responding to President Trump's refusal to condemn white supremacists during the debate, and Vice President Mike Pence's home state. Indiana Republican Senator Todd Young is saying what the president would not. I think that all of these groups are hateful, and I condemn them in the strongest terms. South Carolina's Tim's got the only black Republican senator says in response to moderator Chris Wallace's comment. But Scott ads because Allison Keys. CBS News A Kentucky judge delayed until Friday, the release of Secret Grand jury proceedings in Briana Taylor's killing by police. Audio recordings of the proceedings were originally supposed to be released today. The Kentucky attorney general's office asked her Louisville court for a week's delay, so it could redact the names of witnesses and personal information. Such as addresses and phone numbers. One of the two Louisville police officers shot last week during a protest following the grand jury announcement discussed what happened that day. Major Aubrey Gregory recalled hearing gunfire at the protest. But he couldn't locate where it was coming from. Tried to identify who was shooting in us. Couldn't it sounded like a whole magazine of maybe 15 rounds were fired at us. And then the gunfire stopped, so I never cleared my holster it never do. Majko Major Gregory says The other officer who was shot seems to be in good spirits, though his recovery from a gunshot wound to the abdomen will take much longer to heal. A suspect has been arrested in connection with the shooting of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies as they sat in their squad. Car. Attempted murder charges have been filed against 36 year old Deante Murray, who was recently arrested for Carjacking. The officers suffered critical wounds in the September 12th shooting, which was recorded by surveillance video They are now recovering at home. While several precautions are in place at polling places in Kane County to prevent the spread of covert 19 voters are not required to wear face coverings. County Clerk Jack Cunningham is urging voters to wear face coverings, but he says it violates federal election law for him to require them. Cunningham says mandating masks could be seen as a form of voter suppression the right to vote a sacred and Basically, they don't want to think it's here with that. Remember, it's the same argument. They give you with the driver's license. Those suppression of votes is a very big issue, and we have to bend over backwards to make sure that does not happen. Cunningham says. Election workers and signs posted of polling places thank voters who do wear masks, he says. That seems to be enough to convince the few voters who aren't worrying masks to put them on and polling places are offering free masks to voters who don't have them. Jim Good as news radio 105.9 FM Governor Pritzker's income tax plan is on the fall ballot. It's generating plenty of talk and lots of ad spending. The Civic Committee of the Commercial Club of Chicago, made up of executives of the largest companies in the region, says the graduated income tax amendment we have passed will lead to further loss of jobs and people long term cuts in critical social services. A shrinking tax base, burdened with growing debt and a guarantee that the state will continue to have the worst credit rating of any state in the country. The other side the vote yes. For Fairness committee says it should come as no surprise, saying the Civic Committee is an organization of the wealthiest people in our state who have benefited from avoiding paying their fair share for 50 years. Mike Krauser, NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM. A decision has been made in a case involving demonstrators who were confronted by an armed ST Louis couple over the summer. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. March drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood, confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and the semi automatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia. Music and sometimes reach loved ones lost to Alzheimer's. Harvey saw his retired music teacher Dad, Paul was frustrated. He could no longer play some of his favorite pieces. But then I remembered a party, which was to invite guests named four random musical notes. Natural.

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"michael garvin" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on KNSS

"Shouldn't be in any other verdict anyway. So that's how I was just glad. Glad to get it over with. Police say Davis had gone to Hilliard's home to get some of her son's belongings. Her body was found and Hilliard's garage. Hilliard won't be eligible for parole for 50 years. Dan O'Neil K. NSS News three officials guiding said You're a county's response to the Corona virus pandemic, including county manager Tom Stoles. Have now come down with covert 19 themselves stole, says he hasn't been to the office since testing positive a week ago, and he began experiencing noticeable symptoms Friday. Commission chair Pete Meissner tells Can assess news. There's a hotbed of people coming into that building. Even though we try toe secure it the best we can, with distancing and masses just probably inevitable. Meissner in commissioner's Lacey Cruise, Jim Howell and David Dennis confirmed they were tested last week as a precaution. All four said their results came back negative. Meissner commented during the Stephen 10 in the morning show here on K. L s s In Garden City Police have arrested a teenage suspect in the death of a man this past weekend. The team is being held on suspicion of first degree murder and aggravated robbery. Alec can, too, was found dead in a motel. His car was found in the AR Kansas River. Judge Amy Barrett has started making rounds with hopes to secure votes for her confirmation. A Supreme Court justice Watches Mike Emanuel has more on the story. Republican senators say it's part of the job meeting with a Supreme Court nominee, something at least six Democrats are refusing to do. Leading Senate Republican fired back, saying her confirmation is very legitimate and very constitutional. Some progressives are you Democrats should pack the Supreme Court if they win the White House and take back the majority in the Senate. But the Democratic nominee for vice president sidestepped that issue as a member of the Judiciary Committee. Harris will participate in Judge Barrettes hearings her first day of meetings. Colluded eight Republican senators, she continues efforts to meet with Democratic senators. In ST Louis officials will not prosecute nine people who were charged with trespassing after a confrontation with a gun wielding couple during a demonstration of the nine people were part of a group that entered a private and gated ST Louis neighborhood during a racial injustice protest in June. Mark and Patricia McCloskey confronted the protesters with guns and they've been charged with unlawful use of a weapon. That's a felony. Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said. Ah said Tuesday prosecution of the nine protesters on the misdemeanor charges is not warranted. He also said residents who are trustees of the private neighborhood Said they did not want to pursue trespassing charges. Can assess news time now. 70 for four minutes past seven o'clock..

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"michael garvin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Raid were justified in firing their weapons after being shot at by Taylor's boyfriend, the attorney general laid a lot of responsibility at the grand jurors glow, Gower notes. They attempted to walk that back, Cameron said the on ly charge he recommended to the grand jury. Was wanton endangerment for a single officer for firing into the homes of Taylor's neighbors. Alison Keys, CBS News A decision's been made in the case involving demonstrators who were confronted by an armed ST Louis couple over the summer. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and the semi automatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia, an increase in coded 19 cases has prompted tighter restrictions. In parts of New York for the first time in months, the positive current virus test rate in New York City's spiked above 3%. It's led New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to announce that in eight different zip codes in Brooklyn and Queens, where cases air spiking everyone is required to wear a face covering and will be offered them for free on the streets. Anyone who refuses to wear a face covering will be told that if they don't put one on there will be fined and anyone who still refuses will be fine. The city has said public schools will close if a seven day average climber Above. 3% Matt Piper. CBS News Japanese startup with financial backing from Toyota has successfully tested a flying car and hope to make it available to consumers. Within three years. Sky Drive three D 03 prototype with a part of that.

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"michael garvin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:35 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"All the cost information conditions, equal housing lender lessons in all 50 states and endless number 30 30. I made a collapse in demand for oil. Royal Dutch Shell planning to cut up to 9000 jobs worldwide by the end of 2022, the oil company says around 1500 employees have already agreed to take a voluntary We don't see this year. That is looking at a raft of other areas. Working cut costs such a travel issues of contractors on virtual working. Overall, it expects the cost cutting measures to secure annual cost savings of up to $0.5 billion. Has been a slide in oil prices during the Corona virus pandemic. In June. Rival BP said it was cutting around 10,000 jobs from its workforce to cope with the impact. Charles to load asthma. London Serena Williams pulling out of the French Open because of an Achilles injury, the 23 time Grand Slam champs as she had a short warm up, decided that she could not continue. News and analysis townhall dot com Demonstrators confronted by a ST Louis couple of June, apparently off nine people, who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June, will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood, confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use. Vel weapon. Missouri Governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia, the glass fire and Napa and Sonoma County is a California wine country is now scorched more than 40,000 acres, forcing close to 70,000 people to flee their homes. Wildfire threatens thousands of structures and is so far 0% contained. More of these stories, a townhall dot com Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. The product that you've given me here is as far as I'm concerned, said to me from heaven. I love it a great deal. It's hard to find anything that's really that I days they enjoy it immensely. It's making my life so much better. I feel so much better. And during this pandemic, I have no worries whatsoever. My immune system has gotta be at a top notch level. I don't seem to get colds or anything. I.

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"michael garvin" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on KNSS

"There shouldn't be in any other verdict anyway. So that's how I was just glad, glad to get it over with. Police say Davis had gone to Hilliard's home to get some of her son's belongings. A body was found and Hilliard's garage. Hilliard won't be eligible for parole for 50 years. Dan O'Neil, K NSS News three officials guiding Century counties response to the Corona virus pandemic, including county manager Tom Stoles. Have come down with covert 19 themselves. Stole, says he hasn't been to the office since testing positive a week ago, and he began experiencing noticeable symptoms Friday. Commission chair Pete Meissner tells Can assess news. There's a hotbed of people coming into that building. Even though we try toe to secure it the best we can and was distancing and masses just probably inevitable. Meissner and commissioners Lacey Cruise, Jim Howell and David Dennis confirmed they were tested last week as a precaution, All four said Their results came back negative. Meissner commented during the Stephen 10 in the morning show here on K and S s. Police in Garden City have arrested a teenage suspect in the death of a band this past weekend. The team is being held on suspicion of first degree murder and aggravated robbery. Alec can, too, was found dead in a motel. His car was found in the AR Kansas River. Judge Amy Barrett has started making rounds with hopes to secure votes for her confirmation as Supreme Court justice. Fox's Mike Emanuel has more on the story. Republican senators say it's part of the job meeting with a Supreme Court nominee something at least six Democrats are refusing to do. Ah, leading Senate Republican fired back, saying her confirmation is very legitimate and very constitutional. Some progressives are you Democrats should pack the Supreme Court if they win the White House and take back the majority in the Senate, But the Democratic nominee for vice president sidestep That issue As a member of the Judiciary Committee, Harris will participate in judge Barrettes hearings. Her first day of meetings included eight Republican senators, He continues efforts to meet with Democratic senators. ST Louis officials will not prosecute nine people who were charged with trespassing after a confrontation with a gun wielding couple during a demonstration. The nine people were part of a group that entered a private and gated ST Louis neighborhood during a racial injustice protest in June. Mark and Patricia McCloskey confronted the protesters with guns and had been charged with unlawful use of a weapon. A felony. Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said Tuesday. Prosecution of the nine protesters on the misdemeanor charges is not warranted. He also said residents who are trustees of the private neighborhood said they didn't want to pursue trespassing charges. Hey! And assess news time now. 60 for four minutes. Are you still invested right now? Is your ability to retire or stay retired at risk? Hi. This is Ken Marais, founder of Retirement Planners of America and host of the Money Matters. Radio show. Our goal is for your money to last as long as you do, and for youto have financial peace of mind. We believe that growth is important. But protection of principle is even mohr important. We see the five years before retirement and the five years after retirement as the single most important decade of your entire financial life During those 10 years, you should consider on ly taking as much risk as is appropriate to achieve your financial goals. We don't think it's about getting rich quick. We believe it's about not becoming poor. And I think you know what I mean by that. If you are retired or retiring soon Goto our p o a dot com and sign up for our upcoming virtual retirement seminar. That's our p o a.

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"michael garvin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:46 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Correctly presented five. I think they were aware, and I think you would probably agree if I asked you that there were certain questions that were left on answer from the grand jury ultimately indicted one officer for firing bullets that entered the home of Taylor's neighbors. Charging him with the attorney general suggestion of wanton endangerment. ST Louis officials won't prosecute nine who were charged as a group with trespassing after a confrontation with gun wielding couple during a demonstration in a private gated ST Louis neighborhood, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said Tuesday. Prosecution of the nine protesters on the misdemeanor charge isn't warranted. He also said residents who are trustees of the private neighborhood so they didn't want to pursue trespassing charges. Mark and Patricia McCloskey confronted the protesters. They've been charged with felony unlawful use of a weapon. In the shooting of Briana Taylor and George Floyd, of course, setting off protests and riots nationwide. President Trump blaming on rest on Democrats even though homicide rates are up in red and blue cities. Accusing Biden of being against law and order. Another issue. The two clashed over at last night's debate in Cleveland blow in order because he can't because he will lose his radical left supporters. And once he does that it's over with, but if he ever got to run this country They ran it the way he would want to run it. We would have our suburb of John. By the way, our suburbs would be gone and you will see problems like you know, Suburban less. You took a wrong turn or no. So go ahead. Wait. I was raised in the suburbs. This is not 1950 all these dog whistles and racism, not work anymore. Suburbs are by and large integrated. There's many people today, driving their kids to soccer practice and order a black and white and Hispanic in the same car as there have been any time and in the past And I'm not totally opposed to the funding. The police officers matter fact police local police. They only want defunding in his budget calls for $400 million cut in local law enforcement assistance. They need more assistance they need when they show up for a 9 11 call to have someone with him was a psychologist or psychiatrist to keep them from having to use force. I'd be able to talk people down. We have to have community policing like we had before where the officers get to know the people in the communities. That's when crime went down. It didn't go up. It went down. So we have to be. That is not what they're talking about us. That's not what that's not funding the Lee. That is not true. He doesn't have any law reports he has no law enforce. That's not true. President Trump and Biden making their pitches to win over black voters to in the coming election. The Biden mocking Lee questioning this is the man this man is the savior of African Americans. He's done virtually nothing. Biden says that one in 1000 African Americans who died because of the Corona virus, and if President Trump doesn't do something quickly will be one in 500 President Trump Turning the discussion from Cove in 19 to a crime bill passed in 1990. For that Biden helped write, get passed, among other things that increase the penalties for Certain drug offenses. About 40,000 airline workers are facing lay off tomorrow unless Congress comes up with a miracle. A clause for the $25 billion. A package at the beginning of the pandemic prevented them from laying off workers, but that expires tomorrow. Congress has been considering a second round of airline aid for weeks, but it's hung up in the debate over a larger national relief package. Ohio Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan on the House Democrats latest coffer of 2.2 trillion on. That plan would revive a $600 per week jobless benefit and send a second round of $1200 direct payments to most individuals. Is this the moment for compromise with Republicans?.

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"michael garvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on WTOP

"5 35, now the organizer of a Southern California rally against racism, is charged with attempted murder after driving her car into a crowd of counter protesters. Orange County prosecutors said Tatiana Turner deliberately drove into a crowd of President Trump's supporters with the intent to kill a woman whose head she drove over and seriously injured. Another man who broke a leg. Her lawyer says Turner tried to get help from deputies after her group was overwhelmed by what they call hostile counter protesters that Turner feared for her life and was trying to drive to safety and didn't intend to hit anyone. Demonstrators who were confronted by a Saint Louis couple in June will not be prosecuted. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia. The Trump Administration is planning immigration crackdowns next month targeting so called sanctuary cities. The Washington Post cites three unnamed officials as saying the immigration blitz could begin in California as soon as later this week, expanding to cities including Denver in Philadelphia. The Post says the effort is meant to bolster the president's law and order message ahead of the November election. Coming up on w T O P California wildfires are still burning, and there is a slim hope for another Corona virus Relief package. 5 37 this week on federal insights sponsored by Hughes Network Systems here, Chai King, deputy director for operations in the cyber security division at Noah, talking about network modernization and SD When the F D went the way I would define it is the ability Logically tapped into that control plane. That way you could create rules across your enterprise on multiple control plan on.

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"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

"2020 campaign season. President Trump has told advisers he'll launch a full assault on Joe Biden. But some aides are pushing him to be more measured, saying in some ways, the debates arm or about the president versus himself, then Biden and that he should focus on selling his record and not attacking Biden. Others, though, are encouraging him to be aggressive. Biden has said he expects personal attacks, arguing that's all the president knows how to do since he's not smart enough to debate the fax. Soccer Megane Washington A federal appeals court has just upheld a six day extension for counting absentee ballots in Wisconsin's presidential election. It's considered a victory for Democrats. Who saw the extra time because of the expected surge of mail in ballots. An absentee ballot issues arisen for some voters in New York City are my grass here, reports election officials say. Ah, large number of absentee ballots were set out with wrong names and addresses on the return envelopes. The New York City Board of Elections blames the problem on a Rochester based vendor higher to print and mail the ballots to voters in Brooklyn and Queens. The faulty ballots were limited to a one print run and replacements will be sent. However, if voters were to sign their own name on return envelopes bearing a different name. The ballots could be avoided. Cove in 19 has hit the NFL. The Tennessee Titans have suspended in person activities after three players and five staffers tested positive for the virus. More evacuations have been ordered in Northern California as the glass fire spreads in wine country. Laura Colgate found her home in Sonoma still standing the lady across the road here gone all these people's things, we're gone. I mean, it was just like Pure devastation. This is AP News. Airline workers are bracing for some 40,000 industry layoffs because of virus slowdowns. And because the federal payroll support program that helps keep paychecks coming in is now running out the head of the president. The head of the Association of Flight Attendants, Sarah Nelson says they're worried about how they're going to pay their bills. Everyone understands that this is the best use of the public's money to keep people in their jobs and keep critical infrastructure in place. Our jobs support one in 14 jobs in this country, So when you start to unravel that you're unraveling much more than just airline jobs, with air travel down about 70% from last year, many carriers including United and American Say they're going to be forced to cut jobs. Disney is also cutting its workforce 28,000 workers are going to be let go at its California and Florida theme parks. Attendance has been way down. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News It was June 28th marchers were on their way to the home of ST Louis Mayer Lyta Crewson when they were confronted by gun wielding residents Mark and Patricia McCloskey. The demonstrators were taking part in the black lives matter. March 9 people were charged with misdemeanor trespassing, but now authorities say they won't be prosecuted. According to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The McCloskey's who were recorded on video and photographed armed with an AR 15 rifle and semi automatic handgun, were charged with unlawful use of a weapon a felony. A couple became national figures for conservative Republicans, and they gave an opening night speech at last month's Republican National Convention. I, Mike Rossio, I might grow CIA reporting demonstrators who were confronted by a ST Louis couple in June will not be prosecuted. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's. If They are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood, confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parsons Said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. It got testy quickly. President Trump and former vice President Joe Biden exchanging sharp barbs, frequently interrupting each other on the stage in Cleveland in the first presidential debate. They argued over Covad 19 and accusations that President Trump downplayed the virus. He panicked or he just looked at the stock market one of the two because guess what? Ah lot of people died. And a lot more going to die unless he gets a lot smarter a lot for the president. Did you use the word smart? So you said you went to Delaware State, but you forgot the name of your college. You didn't go to Delaware State. You graduated. Either the lowest or almost the lowest in your class. Don't ever use the word smart with May nearly 100,000 New York City voters have received absentee ballots with the wrong names and addresses on the return envelopes. Thes faulty ballots were sent to voters in Brooklyn and could result in people's votes being voided. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Bharat met with GOP senators today on Capitol Hill leader Mitch McConnell says she's a great choice Americans deserve Bree and judges. With first rate legal minds. Judge Barrett is that and then film in Sonoma County, California, where tens of thousands remain under evacuation..

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"michael garvin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:26 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Midway like front reading is a 56 11 50 this CBS News Special Report the first presidential debate the initial Trump Biden debate spiraled into a 90 minute show. Many are condemning, that was full of interruptions, raising the voices and strong language. It's hard to get any word in with this clown. Excuse me. This President Trump defended himself on a number of fronts on recent allegations that he has paid little or no personal federal income tax paid millions of dollars in taxes millions of dollars of income tax. Joe Biden. Joe wanted proof that you paid $38 Million.1 year I paid 27 men I went, you'll see it As soon as it's finished. You'll see it on Cove in 19. Biden accused Mr Trump of misleading the American people. So we built the greatest economy in history. We close it down because of the China plague. When the plague came in, we closed it down, which was very hard. Psychologically to do. He didn't think we should close it down. And he was wrong again. Two million people would be dead now, instead of still 200 for 1000 people is too much. One person is too much Should have never happened from John and button went after Mr Trump on some of his comments about race. They're very fine people on both sides. No. Presidents ever said anything like that. CBS's Peter Mayor, It was ugly, and, frankly, I think it's going to be seen as something of an embarrassment to democracy. There are two more presidential debates between Biden and Mr Trump. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman dabba TVM news time. 11 51 Demonstrators who were confronted by a ST Louis couple in June will not be prosecuted. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis Hood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood, confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia, For all our sakes, we need to avoid crowds as much as possible..

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"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:45 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

"28th marchers were on their way to the home of ST Louis Mayer Lyta Crewson when they were confronted by gun wielding residents Mark and Patricia McCloskey. The demonstrators were taking part in the black lives matter. March 9 people were charged with misdemeanor trespassing, but now authorities say they won't be prosecuted. According to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The McCloskey's who were recorded on video and photographed armed with an AR 15 rifle and semi automatic handgun were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. A felony. A couple became national figures for conservative Republicans, and they gave an opening night speech at last month's Republican National Convention. I'm Mike Rossio AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. He got testy quickly. President Trump and former vice President Joe Biden exchanging sharp barbs, frequently interrupting each other on the stage in Cleveland in the first presidential debate. They argued over Covad 19 and accusations that President Trump downplayed the virus. He panicked or he just looked at the stock market one of the two because guess what? Ah lot of people died. And a lot more going to die unless he gets a lot smarter a lot President Did you use the word smart? So you said you went to Delaware State, but you forgot the name of your college. You didn't go to Delaware State. You graduated. Either the lowest or almost the lowest in your class. Don't ever use the word smart with May nearly 100,000 New York City voters have received absentee ballots with the wrong names and addresses on the return envelopes. Thes faulty ballots were sent to voters in Brooklyn and could result in people's votes being voided. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Bharat met with GOP senators today on Capitol Hill leader Mitch McConnell says she's a great choice. Americans deserve brilliant judges. With first rate legal minds. Judge Barrett is that and then film in Sonoma County, California, where tens of thousands remain under evacuation. Some homeowners are finding there's nothing left powerful gust were replaced by breezes around the glass fire. The flames move through brush that had not burned for a century caliph IRS, Billy See says some crew members are worn out mostly been going since the middle of July. In Sonoma County, Laura Colgate's home is still standing. None of the neighbors were left. More than 8000 wildfires that burned in California this season. More than 7000 buildings have been destroyed. I made Donahue the American Academy of Pediatrics is expressing concern about the growing number of virus infections among Children and teens. This is AP News The NFL has had its first cove in 19 outbreak of its very young season. The league made it through its first three weeks without an outbreak. But it says three Tennessee Titans have tested positive for the Corona virus, along with five other personnel. The team has now suspended in person activities through Friday, and it's unclear if the Titans will play Sunday against the Steelers They played two days ago against the Vikings, who say they do not have any positive test, but I followed league protocol by closing their facility. Soccer Megane Washington. Los Angeles woman's pleaded not guilty to charges she tried to kidnap the nine month old granddaughter of Hall of Famer Joe Montana from his home in Southern California. Montana says the woman actually got inside and picked up the baby. His wife was able to wrestle her away. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I might Gracia reporting demonstrators who were confronted by a ST Louis couple in June will not be prosecuted. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia, nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia. Thank you for listening.

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AP News

04:44 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

"28th marchers were on their way to the home of ST Louis Mayer Lyta Crewson when they were confronted by gun wielding residents Mark and Patricia McCloskey. The demonstrators were taking part in the black lives matter. March 9 people were charged with misdemeanor trespassing, but now authorities say they won't be prosecuted. According to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The McCloskey's who were recorded on video and photographed armed with an AR 15 rifle and semi automatic handgun were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. A felony. A couple became national figures for conservative Republicans, and they gave an opening night speech at last month's Republican National Convention. I Mike Rossio AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. He got testy quickly. President Trump and former vice President Joe Biden exchanging sharp barbs, frequently interrupting each other on the stage in Cleveland in the first presidential debate. They argued over Cove in 19 and accusations that President Trump downplayed the virus. He panicked or he just looked at the stock market one of the two because guess what? Ah lot of people died. And a lot more going to die unless he gets a lot smarter a lot, Mr President. Did you use the word smart? So you said you went to Delaware State, but you forgot the name of your college. You didn't go to Delaware State. You graduated. Either the lowest or almost the lowest in your class. Don't ever use the word smart with May nearly 100,000 New York City voters have received absentee ballots with the wrong names and addresses on the return envelopes. Thes faulty ballots were sent to voters in Brooklyn and could result in people's votes being voided. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Bharat met with GOP senators today on Capitol Hill leader Mitch McConnell says she's a great choice. Americans deserve brilliant judges. With first rate legal minds. Judge Barrett is that and then film in Sonoma County, California, where tens of thousands remain under evacuation. Some homeowners are finding there's nothing left powerful gust were replaced by breezes around the glass fire. The flames move through brush that had not burned for a century. Cal Fire's Billy See says some crew members are worn out mostly been going since the middle of July. In Sonoma County, Laura Colgate's home is still standing. None of the neighbors were left. More than 8000 wildfires that burned in California this season. More than 7000 buildings have been destroyed. I made Donahue the American Academy of Pediatrics is expressing concern about the growing number of virus infections among Children and teens. This is AP News The NFL has had its first cove in 19 outbreak of its very young season. The league made it through its first three weeks without an outbreak. But it says three Tennessee Titans have tested positive for the Corona virus, along with five other personnel. The team has now suspended in person activities through Friday, and it's unclear if the Titans will play Sunday against the Steelers They played two days ago against the Vikings, who say they do not have any positive test. But I have followed league protocol by closing their facility. Soccer Megane Washington. Los Angeles woman's pleaded not guilty to charges she tried to kidnap the nine month old granddaughter of Hall of Famer Joe Montana from his home in Southern California. Montana says the woman actually got inside and picked up the baby. His wife was able to wrestle her away. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I might Gracia reporting demonstrators who were confronted by a ST Louis couple in June will not be prosecuted. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia, nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia. Thank you for.

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"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

"Corona Virus Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News Minute The Corona virus pandemic became front and center early in the presidential debate in Cleveland, where Donald Trump and former vice President Joe Biden sparred over Obama care and what happens to virus patients. If it goes away, you strike down the affordable care act. You've had 308,000 military people dying because you couldn't provide a proper healthcare in the military. So don't tell me I'm happy to talk about and if you were here, you wouldn't go under. It would be two million. New York City officials say they will plan to start issuing finds two people who refuse to wear facemasks where cases are spiking Governor Andrew Cuomo. It's not It would be nice if you could. I really think you should Every health officials says. It's a good idea. It's a sign of respect. It's also a law. Illinois's governor, J. B. Pritzker says he'll be in quarantine for two weeks after coming into contact with a staffer who tested positive. I'm Jackie Quinn. It was June 28th marchers were on their way to the home of ST Louis Mayer Lyta Crewson when they were confronted by gun wielding residents market Patricia McCloskey. The demonstrators were taking part in the black lives matter March. Nine people were charged with misdemeanor trespassing, but now authorities say they won't be prosecuted. According to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The McCloskey's who were recorded on video and photographed armed with an AR 15 rifle and semi automatic handgun, were charged with unlawful use of a weapon a felony. The couple became national figures for conservative Republicans, and they gave an opening night speech at last month's Republican National Convention. I'm Mike Rossio. I might grow. CIA reporting demonstrators, who were confronted by a ST Louis couple in June will not be prosecuted. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia, nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia. This year..

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"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

"An AP News Minute An entire middle school in Mississippi is in quarantine after students tested positive for the new Corona virus. Long Beach Middle School, says 15 students tested positive and dozens more were exposed. The American Academy of Pediatrics says more Children are getting cove it there now 10% of the U. S case's details from our Shelly Adler. First it was the elderly. Now the Corona virus is increasingly infecting American Children and teens in a trend, authorities say, appears driven by school re openings, along with the resumption of sports play dates and other activities. A 19 year old student at North Carolina's Appalachian State University, has died from Corona virus complications. The university's reporting 159 cases among the student body, the Missouri Department of Health is reporting the hospitalization rate has risen 186%. I'm Jackie Quinn. It was June, 28th marchers were on their way to the home of ST Louis Mayer Lyta Crewson when they were confronted by gun wielding residents Mark and Patricia McCloskey. The demonstrators were taking part in the black lives matter. March 9 people were charged with misdemeanor trespassing, but now authorities say they won't be prosecuted. According to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The McCloskey's who were recorded on video and photographed armed with an AR 15 rifle and semi automatic handgun, were charged with unlawful use of a weapon a felony. The couple became national figures for conservative Republicans, and they gave an opening night speech at last month's Republican National Convention. I'm Mike Rossio. I might grow. CIA reporting demonstrators, who were confronted by a ST Louis couple in June will not be prosecuted. Nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia, nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private ST Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted. In a statement, Deputy City Councilor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted, according to the ST Louis Post Dispatch. The march drew national attention because Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood confronted the marchers with an A R 15 and a semiautomatic handgun. The McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon. Missouri governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted. I'm Mike Rossia. You're like 58%.

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AP News

10:42 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi of reporting demonstrators who were confronted by a St Louis couple in June will not be prosecuted 9 people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private Saint Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted in a statement deputy city counselor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted according to the St Louis post dispatch the March drew national attention because mark and Patricia McCloskey who live in the neighborhood in front of the marchers with an A. R. 15 and a semi automatic handgun the McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon Missouri governor Mike parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted hi Mike Crossey up

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00:38 sec | 2 months ago

9 charged after McCloskey confrontation won't be prosecuted

"Hi Mike Rossi of reporting demonstrators who were confronted by a St Louis couple in June will not be prosecuted nine people who were charged with misdemeanor trespassing in a private Saint Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted in a statement deputy city counselor Michael Garvin said prosecution of the trespassing charges is not warranted according to the St Louis post dispatch the March drew national attention because mark and Patricia McCloskey who live in the neighborhood in front of the marchers with an A. R. fifteen and a semi automatic handgun the McCloskey's were charged with unlawful use of a weapon Missouri governor Mike parson has said he will pardon the McCloskey's if they are convicted hi Mike Crossey up

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"michael garvin" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

08:10 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on The Signal

"Approach authority with. Has. Pretty. Understandable roots and area has interviewed a cultural historian named Natalia. Petrella, who has studied dot historical link you have my body wholesome surely goes back to the Greeks at least. But I would say it's more modern evocation you can connect. You can identifies really meaningful origins in the nineteen sixties and Seventies. These were radical movements. This was pushing back on the pharmaceutical industry. This was pushing back on a very technocratic medical field. Still these things are true. That was telling particularly women and other marginalized folks like you don't know your body. We know you best like it's everything from don't breastfeed your children to take this pill to you know go pay for this therapist and I think that a lot of the power and wellness comes from this really positive or origin right which was about people taking care of their own in charge of their own health and their own bodies and pushing back on some really damaging things my culture. So, if you try to pinpoint when the wellness industry turned a corner, it would probably be well when it became a series industry because there's always been a market for it, but the advent of social media, smartphones and fast Internet made it possible to get not only rich but also famous by reaching an audience of millions and around the same time, you start to see the erosion of trusting political. Leaders and institutions and scientific evidence most famously in Western democracies like the US and the UK. So one of the experts we spoke to Dr Stephanie Alice Baker from Sydney University of London talks about this idea of the Laura Trust Society that trust eating expertise authority has been declining and in sort of the stablishment fields government universities, media. This is on the decline. Wait coined this term low trust society. And what we really meant by that. was a kind of collective sentiment with. A deep distrust of authority ex-pats in late and you saw this two thousand sixteen. With Michael Garvin. The UK saying that people sick experts think the people in this country have had enough of experts with. Actress. To saying thank. You had Donald Trump. Saying similar thing. The experts are terrible and this is very prominent is kind of anti authoritarian stance in the house fair as well where the way in which a lot of health and wellness influences image is through stating that conventional medicine or science has in some way failed them. and. What wellness influences offer is a sort of self constructed form of authorities. So when we are engaged by wellness influence, we like how they look. We want to look like them or we lacked the content they message. They're able to build on these platforms sort of Aura of authority and expertise through the stories and anecdotes say wave One thing we talked about too is a disclaimer. A lot of influences us. So you might have watched that goop series on Netflix Group. Of course is probably one of the preeminent wellness brands around bike with troy, and so they explore all kinds of things explo-. Tripping drugs and things like that. Explore like breathing techniques and even plastic surgery kinds of things but they put a disclaimer before it saying you know. Consult your doctor this is not shouldn't be regarded as medical advice and things like that and I lot of influences do this. It's kind of out of jail free card in some ways, but it also gives like sort of puts the responsibility of fact, checking and scrutinizing information back on the audience. So this is a really important part of that kind of construction of influence and expertise as well. Hearing this explanation has solved what I always considered to be a bit of a mystery. Nomin of right wing conspiracy in amongst all that chat about love and light. On so many levels, these people will scan is. And I don't I don't mean this as a slur. But they scan hippie. Yeah. I, see that when you find some of their views marrying up with positions that are clustered on the extreme right I, mean like Cunanan is a great example it's initially pretty jarring. So a lot of this content really defies left right binary that we normally use to classify political thought. So many of these wellness influences as you've said like present as kind of counterculture role. Rejecting. The rat race of society and yet suddenly this sharing Q. and on content, which can be seen as fundamentally a pro-trump conspiracy theories. Suddenly a right wing conspiracy theory for all the bells and whistles and sorry shows people's ability. I suppose the kind of peak and shoes and the way these conspiracies kind of collapsing into each other you know some people have called a conspiracy collapses the term conspiracy fusion to. So if you are already prone to being paranoid about the influence of government maybe you're already skeptical vaccination your own children and then somebody comes with an ideology which. Leads you further down that path you know ensuring you that the government yes is evil is out to get you. You might be persuaded and that's why I think we can see these kinds of overlaps emerging in places you might be surprised that they would. This patent predates covid nineteen but for many reasons, a pandemic is perfect environment for conspiratorial thinking to drive the pandemic. You know it's a moment of fear. We're all in a moment of profound disruption. Many of us have lost jobs and health is on the line from virus, which is still very hard to understand the best scientists in the world looking virus, and we still don't know exactly how it spreads how best to protect ourselves, what treatments may be available in even whether a vaccine will emerge. So this is like a moment of extreme Anxiety, I suppose and disruption. So in that sort of Mormon throughout history, we've seen conspiracies emerged before and the spread of misinformation. So I, don't think it's surprising that we've seen this optique and that people are more likely to be seeing kind of conspiratorial and misinformation in their instagram fades or even from their favorite wellness influences, and for the that reason I think, we need to be sort of gentle about this. I don't think confronting people being aggressive and confrontational about these kinds of beliefs will serve us. You'll probably just entrench their feelings of being outside society. Even further. There's a kind of empathy that's needed here and also a better offering. So what can we offer these people? That isn't so extreme and fearful an ideology that's not so full of fear and paranoia and something that gets at how we can build a better society together. So, what you've seen in making this series and researching his whole area giving you hope that it is actually possible to extract people from this way of thinking Oh, it's hard. I think there's a spectrum you know when it comes to smaller. Misunderstandings about hill off the back of misleading facebook posts. It tells you about that doesn't really work. That's one thing when it comes to these all encompassing belief systems. That's something else entirely and when we speak to people who are experts in. The of the psychology of conspiratorial thinking they've told me it's kind of like deprogramming someone from a cult like it's not something you do just a one one or two conversations. It's something. Much more long term..

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"michael garvin" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

06:59 min | 2 months ago

"michael garvin" Discussed on Science Friction

"With Michael Garvin the UK saying that people are sick of experts you had. Donald Trump saying a similar thing and. This is very prominent is kind of anti authoritarian stance in the house fair as well, and that will often build on very public scandals or controversies. Examples of corruption and then use that as a justification to seek. Alternative measures. Strange in this moment. Easily pools gave hundreds of thousands of people losing their jobs. It is just absolutely strenuous deadliest day in the pandemic so far and in global health crisis anxieties can be taken advantage of, but everyone's on their screens. All Day. Cultural Historian. Natalia pitch. And so there's something really attractive and irresistible and intoxicating about these people who are in some ways confirming a lot of your fears and your skepticism, some of it very well placed and offering you a quick fix to boost your immune system or feel better or at least more reassured in this moment of great uncertainty Anna's niece. Stephanie. Has Been Examining how willing influences are positioning themselves during this pandemic many dipping their targeting with Sykora immunity boosting strategies but have steed clear myrddin cures. Of. Losing brand deals but then there are those who have gone all out. Way Do find the sort of more controversial claims as with the people who already were on the fringes Evans or say Ben Greenfield in the US? And they already have more extreme views around diet and lifestyle. So it's unsurprising that then when covert happens. That, it's people like that who then use that brand to promote. More, controversial products and beliefs. Perhaps you've heard of some of these wacky offerings, there's the bizarrely-named hybrid social energy, revitalization platform or medical medium with a spiritual guide to virus protection. Some will also sharing conspiracy theories about the origins of the virus in the course of reporting on this pandemic I've seen firsthand how the will techniques of social media influences a wielded to spread all kinds of misinformation Dr Stephanie. Spike has and I started looking a little more at how conspiracy theorists were emerging as influences and using the same techniques and really looking at how they sang techniques of self branding. Were being used to promote influences but more in the sort of fringes of the political sphere in relation to the pandemic. So even in areas where you have people who promoted on, but he using these same techniques influences with us. The kind of context Israeli, presenting oneself as distinct from mainstream science and medicine. And really the stance is anti authoritarian. The common thread there is I think that kind of real information of this paranoia which in many ways has always central to the wellness movement but I think has really reared its head during coronavirus because so many people are sick in mysterious ways and there is legitimate skepticism of our institutions in how to manage it and how to cure it and how to habit, and so it kind of. Starts from that point of legitimate inquiry and legitimate skepticism and criticism. But then I think goes off the rails in a way that is not altogether unexpected when you look at the trajectory of kind of wellness history. So Ariel I mean we should feel able to ask robust questions about our health and the advice we receive about it, but it's not always straightforward is at recognizing when we're being sold an unfettered point of view. Yeah. That's why it's been interesting hearing giants trajectory here. She's now twenty five and she hasn't turned away from the Internet wellness community entirely. But now she does try to follow papal. We've qualifications and nutrition. You know those who can back their claims with evidence solid evidence beyond personal anecdotes I think there's definitely a place for the wellness industry and especially influences in brands and even products in that area. I think there needs to be a lot more regulation around that. The health claims that can be benefited from it and she now feels compelled to speak out. I felt like if I didn't have this conversation with you then I wasn't doing the right thing by myself. I'm certainly not qualified I work I'm I'm a customer Success Manager for Tech, company I have no qualifications in health and fitness average astray and go played nipple had. Help so forth issues as a teenager, and now I've come out of it I just. Having younger sisters. I really worry about the generation my. Friends. Two of them have anorexia like inherently fourteen like crazy how How much the younger generation seems to feel this a lot more than I did instead of allowing her health to be dictated by others from behind a screen, we'd so often sets us up for failure jade found new ways to listen to her body. I'm, not, GONNA. Sit here and say I'm the most healthiest person about I just personally feel a lot more balanced now just in my physical health and stuff like that. There's no pressure does not like you have to join a gym workout thirty minutes forty five minutes every day or you or you failed, which was kind of the message that I was getting and now. This morning I went. With my dog and it was nice. I just feel comfortable. Walking the dog, my ultimate wellness strategy area my life in this pandemic, it has to be said he had this is a vision of wellness. I can get behind and you know this pandemic has got me thinking overall. How much of our health is just outside our control absolutely. And, thanks to Jade Doctors Natalia Petrova and Stephanie Ellis Baker and aerial. Thanks to you for joining me on science fiction. Our Click six series. It's been an absolute blast working with you and our team coverage John Lee and series producer Cal Smith. Thanks so much. Thanks for journey with into these dot corners of the Internet. Yes, and aerial Bogle a tech reporter here at science share the science friction podcast with your friends feel free to leave us a review wherever you get your pods at helps others find us. We'll catch you by you've been listening to an ABC podcast discover more. Great. podcasts live radio and exclusives on the ABC listen APP..

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