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"moller" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Quote we should actively encouraged adoptees these exploration of the racial ethnic cultural origins and support them throughout this process. Mckie explained but we should not encourage cultural appropriation in adoption or in society at large for For one of the open-lattice signers the conflation of transient identities with a Appropriate transracial label is particularly problematic. Andy moller Flies bowl trajan in a transracial adoptees having been doubt different career by a white family. A few years ago she started She said the path of story of reman with her korean birth mother and coming out to her astronauts agenda. A point essay called the beautiful daughter. kareem mother. Gay me curse to transition more told think progress that fajar har- this conversation is about authenticity. In qual i open honest proud to claim the various traits experiences. That made me who i am today. There's a lot to me too. I an korean american. A transracial Tries nation though Adopt the attorney general women in person. Mccollough she doesn't see that same kind of Authenticity in those story who are an today. Hasn't been actively determined by this aging actions. I don't have to lie or pretend about hawaiian. There's no deliberate effort to seal my background. And i am not following a script or a buy into a rule or what it means for me to be authentic in quote more laments the fact that raise agenda have both been defined as social constructs but that there has been little progress made to address the tangible distinctions between the two that manifest in our day to day lives. It is those distinctions that make transgender identities a- poor framing for making sense of who does says she is in quote co-opting the term translation to describe those those behavior. The open letter includes exposing the deep denial in eraser of decades of research. Writing in art of transracial adoptees. That's why we need everyone to start trying to make this definition transracial happen. It's not an should not be a thing okay. all right. Let's go to Another thing that i've been hearing about in. I wanted to learn about this. Whole non binary thing since No previously talked about this in an episode. But i didn't go into deep with it so let's get into this so.
"moller" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"We focused on stevens recent essay in the new york times provocatively titled sorry liberals. But you really shouldn't love nato if the l'affaire podcast june twenty-first stephen wertheim and sarah molar on the past present and future of nato sahra. Let's start with some background. What is nato and can you give us a brief history of the organization and what its current status. Yes alan First of all thank you for inviting me. I'm a longtime fan of loss air. So it's a real thrill to be here today. It would be impossible to do justice even in a thirty minute podcast to nato seventy two storied histories. What i'm going to do instead. Sort of make three quick points. That i think are going to tees up the discussion. We're going to have today and then refer listeners to the excellent book by timothy sale on nato's history. That came out. I guess two years ago now from cornell university press called the enduring alliance. The first point about nato's origins is that it's important to know that it actually originated out of a western european attempt to formulate a post world. War two alliance. This was led by the british. The french in benelux and eventually the. Us was brought into provide strength and credibility in we see the formation of nato with the signing of the washington treaty in april of nineteen forty nine that time it had twelve members today of course it now has thirty but nato is primarily a military alliance and as such a lot of attention over the years particularly during the cold. War has been given to article five of the washington treaty. The collective defense clause the the guarantee that says in a nutshell an attack upon one is an attack upon all. But there's another important article that's been getting a lot more tension recent years from the treaty. And i'd like to just read it quickly if i may in its article. Two which reads the parties will contribute towards the further development of peaceful and friendly international relations by strengthening their free institutions like bringing about a better understanding the principles upon which these institutions are founded and by promoting conditions of stability and will be now throughout nato's history. There has been a tension. Some might even call it in inherent dilemma between strategic imperatives and this value foundations contained in the washington.
Final Derby Dress Rehearsals
"The favourite for Saturday's travers stakes is the Belmont stakes winner Tis the law, the owners of the law, a group of fairly regular guys from the Saratoga area they go by Saka. Toga stables are the same guys who owned funny side the winner of the two, thousand, three, Kentucky Derby and preakness they showed up to each triple crown race in a yellow school bus, not a limo. It was a scene to which many of us could relate but I'm going to give you a comparison of two other. Owners of horses running in Saturday's travers they are and Lori Hall who owned the Third Place Finisher in the Belmont Max Player and Orlando and Jonathan Noda who liked their travers entrant I line are the longest of longshots George Hall is the founder of a Hedge Fund, the Clinton Group that company's assets reached a high of five and a half billion dollars in two thousand, sixteen. Orlando Noda is a thirty one year old trainer who co all of his horses with his brother. Jonathan who's in the car business? George Hall and his wife Lori sold a six level. Manhattan penthouse in two thousand seventeen for somewhere around thirty eight million dollars. Orlando notice biggest return on investment so far has been the horse not loves a fight who not claimed for ten thousand dollars in May of two, thousand nineteen and whose win a month later represented his trainers I ever. T loves a fight won four races for his trainer and finished second last week in the John Morrissey at Saratoga. You. Get the idea Max player for George and Lori. Hall won the withers stakes back in February and finished third in the Belmont. STAKES IN JUNE FIRST LINE FOR ORLANDO. Noda just earned his first win in four tries and he's returning on only ten days rest to take on an imposing field. But if his trainers story is any harbinger, don't count first line out and we are pleased to welcome to win the game for the first time the trainer of First Line Orlando Noda what went into the decision to turn this horse around in just ten days. The horse came out of it good and I nominated him prior to even run especially. Like figure that especially wasn't GonNa go I was I was GONNA test my luck there and restaurant him because. The horse had shown me talent ever since I had him and I think got strike while the iron is hot right now and everything is just clicking on all cylinders. So I. Think we're just going to give it a go is not every day that we can have a three year old peak at the right time via because of this corona virus that maybe I might might just be able to pull off the upset and get my derby points that that I high horse up about the beginning. You would said to a couple of racing aficionados over the winter that you had a derby horse and first line what made you think that then Oh no the horses super talented it from the first time that we breathed him. We knew we had something special. I'm not the lightest of riders and horses just noting on track with me and I just can't picture it. Any other way because everything has played out to where it should as he broke his. Maiden here in Saratoga and I think the past two races, six furlongs, it was just the the too short for him for his long strident. He just went comfortable and those fractions buying the mollering Nathan not many horses hold up biting the whole time that they are at the top of the stretch hometown in first line and they've been at it. Right from the START I line on the outside pokes ahead and front hometown continues to battle down at the rail. Now, they're at the eighth bowl it is first line and hometown go to battle for a mile and a furlong here first line hud and front hometown not giving up they come for the finish and first line is first under the wire. Race I'm wondering if he's even cooled out yet from that race, I mean that was affirmed and Alydar Rier Dan Against Jaipur was neck and neck for a mile and an eighth I mean, how do you think that part of a racist going to affect him the ten days notwithstanding? Even fresh I'm not doing much with him and. Keep Afresh to the to the race. Then you gotta show up on the race checking in, and that's how he is all game once it gets onto the track. IS A. Very level-headed. Once once he gets into training just like train I'm just giving just. Keep them -freshing raider fire. For for the drivers.
"moller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Moller has says it comes in a study from the MIT Sloan school of management as protesters demand and national conversation on race research is shedding more light on the current viruses disproportionate impact on black people this fits into a broader conversations about race and outcomes more generally a study by MIT economist Christopher committal found that the average county level death rate from Kobe nineteen in the U. S. is twelve per one hundred thousand people but that rate doubles every ten percentage point increase in the county's black population in Massachusetts the correlation between the percentage of black residents and Kobe nineteen deaths is stark with counties like Suffolk and Hampton leading index we control for the share of the population that has health insurance diabetes smoking obesity so it's got to be something that's not that racism is the original scent which result in us the value meaning each other Dr Georges Benjamin executive director of the American public health association says there are systematic issues at play with more black people using public transportation and on Medicaid everybody was championed those drive test system well if you didn't have a car you could drive through and in many cases those facilities are placed now I don't know that ma'am we were telling people if you have symptoms call your doctor well if you didn't have a doctor who did you call now the conversation on health and race is converging and Dr Benjamin says he thinks we need to start dealing with education and income inequality and those who have lifestyles that are not equivalent to everyone else top U. S. infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci calling it a significant improvement in the therapeutic options for code nineteen researchers say a steroid treatment is a major breakthrough in the fight against corona virus trial results show dexamethasone is the first drug to reduce death rates by about a third in the most severely ill corona virus patients the cheap and widely used steroids reduces inflammation researchers say it should be immediately used as standard care in patients who have severe cases cited correspondent Tom Roberts swelling became a pariah for taking a knee now it's sounding like Colin Kapernick might soon be back in the NFL the former San Francisco forty Niners quarterback has not taken the field since twenty sixteen like countless others in the wake of George Ford's killing and every new national fervor for racial justice the NFL has reversed course from cap one X. days as a player openly encouraging the kind of peaceful protests he famously started back then former NFL coaches are now claiming they want to decide the veteran years ago current ones are taking calls about of an NFL agent drew Rosenhaus things it's only a matter of time before it team signed Kaepernick for twenty twenty match Piper CBS news six thirty eight it is time to get a check on the business world pretty good day for Wall Street and roll day is at Bloomberg expects a new cold cases in Florida and hospitalizations in Texas have all free traders concerned today traders pared back the biggest early gains but they didn't run for the exits the Dow ended higher by five hundred twenty seven nasdaq up a hundred seventy has to be five hundred up fifty eight the fuel in the engine was a reading of U. S. retail sales showing a blistering spike of almost eighteen percent in may from April far above forecasts although for prospective sales were still down six percent from may of.
"moller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Small businesses in the states seeking clarification on phase one of the governor's plan to reopen the economy next Monday WBZ TV's Louisa Moller an image of dozens of people holding beautiful blooms inside trolls Tom Flores June bug recalls a Rosier time before Kobe nineteen where I'm not even trying to make money I'm just trying to break even I'm just trying to sell enough to cover by to pay my bills basically like so many other small business owners Amanda Mitchell closed June bug and other trials town boutique place and gather in mid March since then she went from fourteen employees to to created two websites overnight and started hand delivering her products with no ability for customers to pick up products in store or at a curb you feel like you're working ten times as hard or this smallest portion of what you usually do in sales now she can consider re opening but has more questions than answers how are we going to be able to afford to bring everybody back at the store is completely full product again plus place and gather is only four hundred and twenty five square feet making social distancing and nearly impossible I can't see more than one person being allowed to shop in there that time her plea to the governor allow curbside pick up so she can survive if that happens you think you could survive as a business we're working around the clock we're working more we already learned a lot working even more just to stay afloat so yeah the B. C.'s Erin cutters ski looks at what doctors at a New York hospital are doing in the search for a culprit nineteen vaccines doctors at Roswell park comprehensive cancer center in buffalo said they were starting to test in corona virus patients a two drug combo used for treating some cancers Dr Bram Segal is with us how might a cancer therapy help treat covert nineteen some of the pathways that are relevant for let's say anti viral disease defense can also be exploited to augment antitumor immunity we took in essence the reverse course for cove in nineteen and said well let's let's now look at the same pathways and see if we can augment them therapeutically so that they defend against viral infection are there naturally similarities between corona virus and cancer that made this obvious for you to try no actually the virus and the tumor cells are are completely different the the part that's similar in essence is our immune responses to tumor and virus that could be exploited therapeutically could you say a little bit more about how these two drugs act and what your hope is vill du inside the body of a coronavirus patient so our innate immune system is able to recognize viruses and one of the main things that will do is drive interferon we're confident interferon is a drug and it's one of the drugs or using an hour regimen but our body naturally makes interferon to defend against viruses and and and other infections it will stimulate in ourselves a specific enzyme called are in aces so hiring nieces what they do is they degrade RNA and when it went when you think of corona virus and other viruses are in fact are any viruses the second agent called winter Tollemache Rita told Ahmad is double stranded RNA and it's safe it's designed to be a viral mimics so when it's introduced into a cell it will be recognized by certain receptors that will also result in interferon alpha endogenous interferon alpha production and other downstream pathways that protect from viral infection so it's tricking the body into to making its own defense yes yes that's in essence the premise of it so right at this point we're limiting enrollment to peace patients with cancer because they have higher risk of of more severe COPD infection and we're also limiting enrollment to people with mild or moderate Kovin nineteen disease but not severe because we want to use this window of opportunity to augment their innate host defense so that at an early stage of covert they may be able to you know defend against virus and prevent the replication cycle of the virus you know as it goes from one cell to another to another if we're arming the cells ahead of time that might defend against viral spread doctor brand Siegel at Roswell park comprehensive cancer center in buffalo which is now undertaking what is one of the very few studies in the world to repurpose an experimental cancer therapy as a treatment for coronavirus the shut down on Broadway has been extended again until at least early September although an exact date for performances to resume has yet to be determined Broadway producers are now offering refunds and exchanges for tickets purchased for shows through September six Broadway theaters abruptly closed March twelfth knocking out all shows including sixteen that were still scheduled to open and postponing indefinitely the Tony awards schedule Broadway grossed one point eight billion dollars last season and attracted a record fifteen million people producers and labor unions are discussing ways theaters can reopen safely traffic and weather together coming up this is Dan ray sleeps more bored than ever I sleep well because of my pillow I want you to sleep well too what do you've had sleep is it was before or you have them now get a great night's sleep with my pills buy one get one free let's subpoena my pillows he's a dream sheets towels and more eight hundred nine five to sixteen.
"moller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"President calls them and Ted Cruz arm we now have over the weekend that they've moved from their Russia Russia Moller Moller narrative and the editor says that in effect for two years we covered Russia Russia Russia facts be damned now will scream racism racism racism and for eighteen months is that going to work not going to sign it it's appalling but it's not surprising I as the weeks if you'll remember shot and the advent of the twenty sixteen elected president trump one of the media by surprise your time to release that the latter officially apologizing to their readers for best leading that but yet here they are it's leaning on Russia and then I think that the plant is sweet yet again on rate is that they don't learn from the past they just double down eighty so disappointing but it is not surprising at all we'll get the Jeff lord's answer on that when we come back then your phone calls coming up news roundup information overload our eight hundred nine four one Shawn if you want to be a part of the program Hey everyone wants privacy while they're at home right okay look do you know even if you have wifi at home even if it's password protected it's not necessarily really protected or you have pride you know you're going to public space and it's password protected wifi there no it's not protected the only way you can fully completely protect every email every text you said you receive is they get Norton secure VPN it's a virtual private network that uses bank grade encryption to hide all of your online activity.
"moller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"What this is the headline on all of the news channels while you were testifying today Moller trump was not exonerated I'm similar what you know is that this can't say smaller exonerated trump because you don't have the power authority to exonerate trump okay that is the most insane follow up to a quick answer to a question I will pass on that we got a guy got you a little book from your college how could you pass on that it's not like do one iced tea or you want a Long Island iced tea I'm gonna pass on that I watched you can either yes or no though your log book is a hundred percent wrong or you're a hundred percent wrong you can't pass I don't even do that will call our ceiling tiles calls this course and the rise of I really want to answer that I'm a pass on that no you wait on the line I'm going to answer your question Lawrence tribe who hates the present more than life itself says this he's a he's an attorney judge all things anti trump he tweets much as I hate to say it this morning's hearing was a disaster far from breathing life into the damning report the tire Robert Muller sucked the life of it the effort to save democracy and the rule of law from this wall this president has been set back not advanced I appreciate that the that's absolutely accurate it was not advanced now how did the other networks handle some of the give and take and I just assume all play a little bit more of Robert mower on his heels which is basically when he's speaking Devin newness content this hearing is political theater it's a hell merry attempt to convince the American people the collusion is real among congressional Democrats the rush investigation was never about finding the truth it's always been a simple media operation by their own accounts this operation continues in this room today it's time for the curtain closed on the rush a hoax the conspiracy theory is dead I wish that was true evidently Jerry Nadler what behind closed doors last night according to politico at Aston to blows he if he could start impeachment hearings today and polos he pushed back so basically in is going to die in the Senate and today hurt a lot I mean for example what is becomes clear the Robert Muller was not a hands on this report makes you wonder well who's in charge well you chief of staff is somebody who represented the I. T. operator for Hillary Clinton and somehow please put the whole thing so wiped it out rather than turn it over and he represented her the perception I think there's a bias there we come back back case will join us I don't come short now and also it makes you wonder who else of the nineteen attorneys might have a bias a lot of them Robert Muller was the cover for a fair and balanced a guy with integrity who many people said was a Republican who served for two presidents one Democrat Republican it turns out he always had no role.
"moller" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Moller team and he just wanted to make sure he didn't get railroaded for something he didn't do that's not obstruction of justice and by the way you don't miss much of anything but there were now there was some a power point presentation about one of our friends across the aisle and say in here the three elements of obstruction and actually it was one of my objections one of my problems with the mall risk ported cell volume two is and I've done this as an assistant DA will home before I was a judge if you're analyzing the situation deceive you recommend to the D. A. we should prosecute this you take the crown the way it is in statute you set out the elements of that crime and then you talk about whether there's evidence to fill in those basically the the mower Porges lumps these five of eighteen USC fifteen oh three fifteen oh five fifteen twelve years lump them together and say he's you got to do it corruptly and actually if you look at those those are different obstruction type statutes and a proper analysis by somebody this burning tens of millions of dollars would have taken each one of those and then more deliberate and setting out the elements of the offense we can do some use corruptly some don't but it depends on I mean they're just those are different laws and it just lump demands so you can spend two hundred pages talking about to G. the president wanted to stop the investigation he was trying to make sure they didn't railroad innocent people W. C. S. P. from you talk to your colleagues on the democratic side of the aisle did today change anything I doubt that it changed anything I'm not hearing any of my Democrat friends that had their opinion opinion changed and I know that none of the Republicans had their opinions anything but reinforced after hearing Mahler I don't really understand the role of Esther's Embley there his molars chief of staff they may have been worried that he was close I something stupid and and that would be there to bail him out but if you go back to Jason Cooper one and his name that actually was the I. T. guy that installed the private server for Hillary Clinton in our home and he's also the guys I understand it okay hammering destroyed her blackberries potential destruction there but with regard to the private server one of the things that bother has bothered me for a couple years now is the F. B. I. continuing to say there was no evidence her private server was hacked and silly me at Peter strokes testimony of his the hearing where he testified I thought the big story and all the media would be what I brought out in questioning that the investigator for the intelligence community inspector general was sent over immediately when they had just overwhelming proof that Hillary's private server was hacked yeah the I. G. said Frank record you gotta go tell our liaison at the FBI that was Peter struck well actually he was hit of counterintelligence danger pale is F. B. R. he was the liaison and so they send over their investigator Frank rocker along with the the I. G. attorney genet Mitchell and rockers said we now have proof positive there's no question Hillary Clinton's private server was hacked and it's come out publicly I didn't give the country when I was questioning struck but it was Chinese intelligence that Hector computer put instructions every email going and coming out was to go to their intelligence agency and Rucker said as a more how did they react you said they looked at me like so big deal and with all that we know who struck it down to try to protect here we Clinton and all he had done to try to set up Donald Trump there is no way he did not remember rocker coming in and saying we got the proof it was hacked but so when Peter struck said yeah basically beat around the bush ad generally remember rocker come in our own member would be tests are what he tells there's no way he ever forgot rocker coming and saying you know list of you've been saying about it one hacked it was hack we got proof positive so Christopher ray is also what I told him the other day yeah director right I told him the other day before you release another press release like you did back in August saying we have we have seen no proof that Hillary Clinton's private server was hacked you really need to see what the intelligence community algae add because they have proof it was hacked that was not a very nice way to address the FBI director people tell me I'm crazy because as you want to see these people have landing ways to Sunday to come after you but still truth is true we we have got to have a justice department no matter who's run in it no matter from what party if any it's got to be a place of integrity and that has been sorely hurt we will leave it there thank you for stopping by on a busy day there are votes this evening on the house floor congressman Louie Gohmert Republican of Texas is a member of the house Judiciary Committee among those who question Robert Muller earlier today thanks for stopping by this he's been studios we appreciate it thanks so much grab me when you and remind your listening to Washington today on C. span radio a portion of Robert Maulers opening remarks and coming up in just a moment Michael is a because he is the chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo news as we continue on this Wednesday as you know I made remarks limited remarks about a report when we close the special counsel's office in may of this year but there are certain points that the emphasis first I investigation found that the Russian government interference in our election in sweeping and systematic fashion second the investigation did not establish that members of the trump campaign conspired with the Russian government in its election interference activities we did not address collusion which is not a legal term rather we focused on the evidence was sufficient to charge any member of the campaign with taking part in a criminal conspiracy and it was not third on restoration of efforts to obstruct the investigation and lied to investigators was of critical importance obstruction of justice strikes at the core of the government's effort to find the truth and all wrongdoers accountable finally as described in volume two of our report we investigated a series of actions by the president towards the investigation based on justice department policy and principles of fairness we decided we would not make a determination as to whether the president committed a crime that was our decision then and remains our decision today a portion of the opening remarks before the house Judiciary Committee by Robert Muller former special counsel and we are pleased to welcome in our C. span studios Michael is a cop chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo news what did you learn today if anything well today I'm look I'm Muller was clearly didn't want to be there I and his performance was not especially inspiring his responses were still could clipped he seemed confused at times he seemed uncertain about some of the contents of his own report last time and again by the Democrats about various aspects of the report he kept saying I refer you to the report I cite the report if that's when it's what's in the report it's accurate asked to read portions of the report he said he didn't want to there are a whole bunch of things he wouldn't answer particularly from Republicans about the origins of the investigation the Democrats got you responses that will be helpful to them to those who want to move this forward towards impeachment Mahler did indicate at one point when asked about trump's use of the wikileaks material an eagerness to receive it and promotion of it that he found that problematic and potentially a boost to illegal activity so that was AB significant Robert Muller write the report well not yet well Hey he certainly put his name to it how much of it he wrote verses the staff you know I'm I'm watching him today watching the way he answered I would suggest that most of it was if not all of it was written by the staff I'm sure he reviewed it and an edited it and signed off on it but look there was one moment when it looked like the Democrats really gained some ground and that was the questioning by Ted Liu during the house Judiciary Committee hearing when he went through all the details of the acts of obstruction by the president the most significant most damning details the directive to began to get rob Rosenstein to fire Mahler hi the directive to Corey Lewandowski his former campaign manager to get Jeff sessions than the Attorney General to restrict Mahler's probe to future elections which by the way is nonsensical he tells this department cannot investigate something that happens in the future can only investigate actions that took in the past and Lou said you know were it not for that justice department office of legal counsel opinion that says you cannot indict the president would you have indicted the president and Mahler seem to agree it's not clear how much she understood of lose question but the first thing you did when you went before house Intel you know shortly thereafter is clarifies remarks because that's not what the report said the report said that was certainly an element the LC opinion but he did not say but for the well see opinion the president committed a crime what Muller said is we didn't go through the analysis of whether the president committed a crime because of the LLC comments this from Chris Wallace on the fox news he said quote this has been a disaster for the Democrats and a disaster for the reputation Robert Muller and the New York Post editorial out late today what did we learn nothing what's the impact nothing is there anything else on television this afternoon question mark look I'm I don't think that the case for impeachment got a lot of momentum here today I don't think anybody's minds were changed by Muller's testimony and you know that's fundamentally the problem for the advocates of impeachment bad a speaker Pelosi has made it clear that an impeachment that doesn't have public support that doesn't have bipartisan support that is going to fail in the Senate the end of the day anyway is a politically risky and probably not worth going through that's why she's been resisting the calls for impeachment it's hard for me to see how to day would have changed that fundamental dynamic to our listeners were talking with Michael is a cop of Yahoo news and stay with us this is about a five minute exchange between the chair of the house Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler and Robert Muller yeah reading from truly valium to report it's on the screen you wrote quote if we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts the president clearly did not commit obstruction of justice we will so state based on the facts and the apple global legal standards however we are unable to reach that judgment close quote now does that say there was no obstruction Ralph in fact you actually unable to conclude the president did not commit instruction of justice is that correct well we at the outset they determined that we when it came to the that the president's culpability we needed to we we need we need to go further only after taking account the O. L. C. opinion that indicated that a president a sitting president cannot be indicted so the report did not include that he did not commit obstruction of justice.
Judge allows Trump's restrictive asylum ban to continue
"Muller Democrats using today's testimony to counter president trump's claim of no obstruction pulling the conclusion of the Robert Muller pro but that is not what you report said is it that is not what the report said house judiciary chair Jerry Nadler using the former special counsels testimony the highly claims of possible obstruction of justice Muller setting policy is the reason for not charging a sitting president Republican congressman Ken block further pushing Muller on that claim could you charge the president with a prime after he left office yes Moller undergoing hours of questioning in front of both the house judiciary and intelligence committees tomgram
"moller" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Moller Moller and more Mauler he looked frail today and answer questions from the left and the right the dems aren't very happy that was Adam Kennedy from the White House to talk about that much more of a job pad show today at five news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. and breaking news straight from the source this is the Sean Hannity show I twenty five down to the top get you guys in there did not hit the wrong button talking myself there for a second twenty five to the top of the hour are you having a molar moment I am not having a Mahler moment that's going to be the new thing you know what no I'm gonna try being a moment I'll be all well I will tell you there are some people that felt sorry for him today and I I am I only feel sorry for him because I know more than other people and if you want to feel sorry for him that's fine but are he was engaged enough to know a lot more than he clearly knew and that I put on his shoulders completely and if you want to feel bad for the right reasons well then feel bad for the people that used Robert Muller no I I will be the first to save I've known about his background his career and it is extraordinarily impressive it was used numerous times to prop him up clearly from the bad the horrible showing that was unfolding before the Democrats size they they they kept reminding people about his service to his country and at one point he just even in trying to prop him up about one twenty to that position bush no I there was actually rake it it if they didn't work out what the way they want it the fact that he's given Ted Liu what was so now the fourth separate answer on this issue of whether or not on part two of his report on whether the the consideration of DOJ policy and constitutional considerations prevented him from laying down charges against Donald Trump and he said well yeah that would be the case well he originally told Attorney General Barr and rob Rosenstein and numerous other people that that was not the case and as John right click pointed out there is no such policy and then in this case are putting all that then of course then he backtracked and he went on his nine and a half minute disastrous pressure worried basically I told you at the time he was begging that learned shift don't call me don't deal I'm only going to refer to the report I'm only gonna refer to the report there were times that he literally said yeah do you agree with that he said well I guess if it's in the report I agree with that yeah and I'm like wow I mean you you just know we was not familiar with the report which is why I felt it sold many people their surrounding him you want to feel bad for him he was used today by by Democrats that wanted their lives their conspiracy theories and their hopes and their hopes of impeachment confirmed it was never gonna happen because the facts never bore out with allies in the conspiracy theories they were spending the lies that they were telling it was a task impossible and then you've got a look now we look a little bit more deeply into enter Weisman's role the first higher at one point he started to tell us how great Weissman wasn't like all boy you're gonna make the mistake your life here and somebody thankfully from Mahler cut him off and just hold on to another topic because Weissman we now know did the hiring Weiss who was at Hillary's victory party the same why spend yeah that was cited numerous times on issues involving prosecutorial abuse withholding exculpatory evidence in cases you know there are good prosecutors out there you know one of one of the dangers for prosecutors is if they if they forget their humanity if they are involved in a case and they're more concerned about the way in or in this case a political win or they they want to get a a high profile person you know to put it on their resume because I got a future political ambitions it's a trap that many prosecutors fall into and in the process of supposedly enforcing the law and following the constitution and the rule of law and and so on and so forth they're blind ambition causes them to basically run amok and they'll do things that are themselves even criminal when you withhold exculpatory evidence you want somebody guilty so bad and you got evidence that would prevent them from being found guilty and then you're going to use that evidence and you're going to not tell the defense that you've got it meaning that the odds are higher that you're gonna get the guilty verdict you want rather than the what is justice well in other words if you're gonna put your own record your own future ambition at that that is a big problem I've said many times throughout this whole process we better get a hold of of this that what is it a basic standard prosecutorial tactic which is offering people something of great value to say what is wanted to be sad this happened numerous times in the last two and a half years well if you just tell us this well you we're going to give you a get out of jail free card you know Rick gave you know turned on Paul man of war what does he get in exchange for turning on manta for well the incentive is pretty high because the incentive is you get limited or no jail time and all the penalty is going to be put on his shoulders that's a pretty big incentive you know they're sitting down and they're you know as to the power on a recent piling pointed out they tried to get apparently general Flynn to say certain things that general Flynn could not say you didn't introduce you know general Flynn yeah okay they they got a guilty plea for him for lying to the FBI but the FBI didn't think he lied so what really happened why would you why would you why would he ever plead guilty to something that they didn't even think he did well that he did it because number one is going bankrupt number two he has to sell as house but I think more importantly was probably told you don't tell us what we want you don't plead guilty but we're gonna your son was in your business we're going after your family how many other times they said well we'll just have to go after your wife and kids now you're sitting there and I am frankly to be very blunt even if you're a criminal and a guy worth anything is going to fall on the sword for the sake of his children under those circumstances right find what you want me to sign you know leave my family alone all signed that's what they'll do you can offer people get out of jail free cards like this anymore why spend as a history prosecutorial abuse including withholding exculpatory evidence and now we learn he did the hiring he was in charge of this operation we learned two weeks after Mahler's appointed he's trying to is involved in the deal the prosecution deal with some Ukrainian oligarch actually goes to the oligarchs and make all your criminal issues go away if you just give me a dirt on Donald Trump and the guide is credit said no there's been a lot of people that have said no to these types of deals because their conscience forbids them from doing it and and others forget it they'll take any building got no why he did it yeah when you want to say how say it also the army wife I say that'll get more time off but to give you more time off and say whatever you want that's a problem here you want to feel bad for Mahler okay he was used by the entire hyper partisan team that apparently was hired by Andrew Weissmann but a lot of to happen you know let the fact they didn't show up for the interviews the fact that he didn't know about fusion GPS the fact that he just ignored the dirty Russian dossier that we know was leaked prior to the election in twenty sixteen the lies that were told and and leak to conspiracy theorists and hacks that never did their due diligence lead among the Michael is a cough they got David corn that you got you know of course the ever so liberal Washington post leaking thirty dot CA information it's spreading like wildfire trump sex workers urinating bad Moscow rates you know what who knew what when that was the type of crap those in the dossier and then the dust you get so we find out it's unverifiable a Russian dossier bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the same Ellery Clinton that we know because the evidence is overwhelming and incontrovertible violated the espionage act with top secret classified emails on a private server in a bathroom closet that's a clear we have Christian sassy went to jail for a year for six photos violating the espionage act of his working area in a summary that he shared with nobody a year in jail away from his mom his wife and his kid really is that equal justice in America that equal application of our laws in the United States of America I don't think so and and really now we're gonna have a situation where you know we're gonna talk about obstruction of justice really okay but we're not going to have an opinion on whether to subpoena the emails that are purposely deleted after they were subpoenaed hang on a second I'll get to that in a second Linda thank you but the subpoena the males that are deleted subpoena the mails that a white clean with acid wash bleach bit where in a bus up the devices with hammers provide the lawyer sitting right next to for the for the buster upper you know next to Muller today it's unbelievable and we're not doesn't know about that then the dirty dot CA used as a war to spy on the trump campaign from transition to bludgeon then president trump a two and a half years and he doesn't know about fusion GPS and he doesn't know about it and no interest in the Russian dossier that the F. B. I. figured out ninety plus percent of it was false in their own spreadsheets and they knew that early twenty seventeen James call me signs it it's unverifiable but it says on top of the warrant verified now we know why the nine and a half minutes I told your disaster were so bad now we know why he didn't want to testify you know about play this late it's like a scene from my cousin Vinny Vinny you know how many fingers am I holding up art what is that in front of what is that on your windows dirt what is that in front of the windows bush's what is behind the bushes that you can't see but we walked out you can see that would be the convenience store check mate it was that dramatic today you know if not an unmitigated how do you not know fusion GPS how do you not know in the middle of rehabilitating Robert Muller he didn't know Reagan appointed up how do you repeat the question could you repeat the question repeat the question how many times have you need repeated questions now business if it's in the report I guess it's okay I agree with that if it's in the report how do you don't know if it's in the report you didn't write a single word of the report you never sat in on the witness is being grilled by your people you know I I it's Trump's Donald trump's saying to fire at of anger but nobody gets fired there's no wonder lying crying like Hillary in the espionage act trump had the fire legal if you.
"moller" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"This update is brought to you by Scott Felder homes Democrats say they have high hopes for today's congressional testimony by Robert Moller Moller is a reluctant witness insisting he will not add anything to what's already publicly known about his report Republicans like Mitch McConnell say that's enough the American people have moved on past this but Democrats hope having Mulder do it on TV you will change things for many Americans just learning what's in the report will be a revelation Adam Schiff house intelligence committee will question baller along with the judiciary panel which plans to focus on obstruction of justice as Democrats hope to spark new outrage over what they say our president trump's illegal actions Sager make on the Washington roots of people packed the downtown Austin alliance meeting last night concerning the homeless barometer person you know the city's internal listeners coordinator says they are looking at a variety of cities across the country tackling homelessness noting a homeless trash bag program from Seattle is seeing success locally so what I'd like to see those were looking on the part a band of what cities are doing let's take what works in one city and it may not be their whole answer to what they're doing their city an appliance here was in use as if she'd like to take bits and pieces of other cities answers the homelessness to help improve all students John doing newsradio kale BJD Kelso members were noticeably absent from that packed meeting last night the debate over the council's decision relax almost ordinances as prompted a rise in people and businesses alike demanding answers many of whom were among that sold out crowd but only council member Kathy told what was actually in attendance and he says next month to introduce a fundraising plan modeled after something similar in.
"moller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Other areas that will will frankly be much more extensive than what Moller had and much more. Much more descriptive organized ongoing effort, and he's Brookville man was arrested today charged with unlawfully operating an aircraft and making false statements to federal investigators in Tonio sent on stasio faces other charges for allegedly operating a helicopter without a license. The FAA revoked his pilot's license in two thousand for his involvement in the feft of a helicopter from Nord airport. Nevertheless, he allegedly operated a helicopter from his backyard. More than fifty times in two thousand eighteen Santana claims. He did not know his license was revoked F A A. Investigators also said the path used to take off and land the helicopter was extremely hazardous. He's expected in wister federal court this afternoon. A legal battle is brewing between the town of Milford and its former police chief chief Thomas, oh Laughlin has filed a lawsuit and a discrimination complaint against the town as. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports he's now accusing town officials of retaliating against to family members selectmen voted to to one last fall not to renew a Loughlin contract that led to protests and an unsuccessful attempt to oust one of the selectmen the sixty two year old Laughlin claims the town fired him because of his age. He's now claiming the two selectmen voted against him instructed town workers to file a criminal complaint against one family member for violations. Dating back to decades. The Milford daily news reports another family member was targeted by the town for having a sign on her lawn in support of chief. Oh laughlin. The law firm representing the town says they disagree strongly with the accuracy of Laughlin allegations. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio guilty plea on five counts of manslaughter that story coming up here.
"moller" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"The way. The S and P five hundred the NASDAQ, and that's record highs. They have recovered all the ground. They lost late last year. Amazing. Oh, Trump's Connie's. Oh, oh, oh, never mind. How about that obstruction? Oh, there was obstruction. These people telling every time you turn around the change in the subject. Hope you're of next hope how are you? Good. How are you? I'm super-duper. What's on your mind? Right. Actually, just. The way to avoid miss Pelosi Moller or anyone else that may pop about about went up is for Trump to run and win again because there would be able to take. Is for what? Now, would you? Because I don't think they would be able to handle it. Don't they? Just Trump running again. These people are going to lose their minds. Would win we know win. But yet maybe just running. -bility look everything possibly look. We have I've never seen so much latent insanity. Come to the surface have since gotten off. And look I've been following politics long. I've seen a lot of presidents. Come and go. I've seen a lot of elections. Come and go, I have never seen anything like this. And I've been studying on it as to what is the Neil. And as far as I can tell there two things going on one. You gotta harken back to right before the election in two thousand sixteen and you can go back and look at the Senator Night Live clips to get a feel for what the left was thinking. They were. So sure Hillary was gonna win. I'm and it was like a foregone conclusion that's part The other part of it is Trump's personality whether three parts to it, actually. Trump's personality plays into it. They can't stand the guy. And I understand, you know, I used to be there when you back in the eighties. I couldn't stand the game. But I have grown to grown to love the man. I'm just saying if nothing more than the entertainment value. I mean, I just think he, but the third part of this is how effective they saw that. He was going to be because he was a guy who's not a politician. Who says I'm going to do x y and z and then he gets in. And he hasn't done everything. But he's trying to do x y and z you remember Pelosi? These folks over there was Schumer. They're meeting over there with Trump and philosophy says, well, this was just a campaign promise to build this wall. Always just a campaign from wasn't Nancy. Well, where we come from campaign promises are meant to be kept where she comes from. They're meant to get you elected and Trump. Hey came from our world going. Well, I thought I was supposed to actually get stuff done. And that's why told these people do it's like Elizabeth one. We told you yesterday. This whole thing about college tuition. It is totally unworkable being totally an affordable and seeing never going to happen. So why is she doing it? Because she knows she's got a bunch of folks that have college debt that are going to vote for her just for that reason. They don't know she can't do it or won't do it. It's a campaign. Pain promised to her. It's to get elected she'd never intends to follow through with it. We'll be back, right? After this information.
"moller" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Numbers. Call tonight, Tripoli's seventy three thirty seven hundred. Seven three thirty seven hundred. So again, you know, I had this conversation with Alex. Title on censorship. We were talking about a number of things, and I was talking about the extremism. What's going on right now in Washington extremism is going on around the country with regard to politics? And I said, you know, the difficult thing is that when you say something that is critical of the president, you become a scapegoat for those who say, well, you don't kick the guy while he's down. I think the media does a great job of kicking Donald Trump more. So than I could ever kick him. And that's the point is that they've been kicking him now down the road for two years with this Russian collusion story. They have not they do not break away from their regular routine without talking about Russian collusion. Talking about the Muller report waiting with baited breath, like mouth watering waiting for the report to come out. Dump it out on his on dump day. They put it out on dump day. Okay. And I'm thinking that this is only the beginning. And the rest is going to be basically opening up the floodgates for more conspiracy theories from the media. I think we should watch the actions of the attorney general I think we should pay attention to that. But whatever will be reported by the media will still be conspiracy theory because while you can't just sweep something like this under the rug getting hold of the report might prove difficult for congressional Democrats. But but if Moller's prosecutors do suspect to cover up. Information could get out through leaks to the press whistleblowing. Congressional testimony subpoenas paid news informants, just imagine, you know, to the highest bidder. I have some stories for you pay like through the teeth. To get this information. You know, obviously, this is not over it brings del resolution. It means nothing. Unless Muller files a detailed indictment. Charging members of the Trump campaign with conspiring with Russia. The public may never learn the full scope of what Muller and his team has found including potentially scandalous behavior, but doesn't down to any provable crime. Two weeks ago? Nancy Pelosi said in a statement that she didn't support the impeachment of President Trump. She says I'm not for impeachment. This is news. I'm going to give you some news right now. Because I haven't said this to any press person before but since you asked. Thinking about this impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there's something compelling so compelling overwhelming and bipartisan. I don't think we should ever go down that path because it divides the country, and he's just not worth it. She said and then she put in. I don't think he's fit to run for president. We should impeach him. But he sucks. That's pretty much the equivalent of. Yeah. I don't think he should be impeached. But he really sucks. So I mean, a lot of people, you know, I was reading on the internet and a lot of people writing me saying, you know, speculating the reason why. She made these statements. She said it's because well in many people tell you is because she caught wind the investigation into collusion will be what the critics call a nothing burger. I mean. Anybody? Remember, the star report, Ken Starr that ring a bell kind of. I mean, once again, you know, I talked about the Mitchell situation with Nixon this is the date that that happened. But anybody remember the Ken Starr report? One thousand nine hundred eighty eight nine hundred ninety eight Ken Starr report nailed Bill Clinton's role in the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Okay times have changed since then we're not going to get the details anymore because they changed the rules. I think it's because of the fact that it embarrassed this country enough to find out their president lied about having sex with an intern. So I can tell you this what the reason why? Muller dropped on on Friday on dumping day because it's more likely to be relatively boring. Basically, a boring summary of campaign law violations by Trump team pretty much that everyone is probably ought to. Discover this is being. It's just boring real life. Politics is nothing new. No satisfying conclusions only war treachery. With backpedaling on oversight over the all over the excited media. The people are going to have to be told to shut up they won't Bill. Get angry. The resistance is losing the resistance has lost. It's not going to happen. It's not going to happen. Go to Jerry in Kansas. Hi, Jerry, you're on ground zero. Hey, thanks for McCall. Call first of all is attention strategy. We're not going to release on anything and that's gonna make less head explode. You know, a bloody shooting shooting out, dia balls on Fox News. You can depend on saying. We had protests in Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth Warren, basically, slightly relaxed of you know, basically, male and linen. So that's one keep everybody going with. Oh my God. Socialism, communism, we're taking over all gonna die. And I mean, well everything else the world those those along. Okay. Coming up in about three weeks mini lesson that we have Israel elections like Netanyahu will probably win. And then beheaded meetings peace talks. Okay. This message. Are you serious third temple? In the works for some time. I mean. This forever. So yeah, we have I'm saying, though, is you know, where we distracted you. We're gonna that. In there talk about iconic images and people's heads exploding. Yeah. It's going to get re it's been strange before. Now. I like to hear from somebody tonight who thought that the report would be released, and we get some information. Our nobody believed that because I got a lot of people who came up to me today. And I said, well, you know, it's gonna come out in south today. We'll find out I go. No, we won't. Yes. We will. No. We won't go. Why do you say that I said with because it was put out there today? Friday, right before the six o'clock news. Everybody's home. Nobody cares and on Monday. They're going to try to make heads or tails of what happened, and they're going to try to speculate and still they won't know anything about what happened nothing, and you know, and to be fair. A lot of people are getting delivered out. Switch cable providers back in October. And I think my last five minutes off as far as doing domestic politics research and play catch-up. You don't want to catch up three hours. You know, it's just I kept up on the headlines, but there's nothing to research. I mean, it's all just a dog and pony show. Yeah. I mean is it is it's the dog and pony show. And then repeated the lie several times when people start to believe that they start to parody. And like, I said, you know, you can tell how successful things are when kids are told to have a would strike at school or walkout. And when they walk put a microphone in front of me say why are you stepping out of class? Well, climate change is a problem, and we're all gonna die in twelve years that we don't do something to combat climate change. And I'm thinking they just threw that out there. They don't know if we're gonna die. We could die tomorrow died twelve years, but they say we're gonna die twelve years because Cossio Cortez said we're gonna die in twelve years. Hey,.
"moller" Discussed on KTOK
"To call tonight jubilee six three thirty seven hundred. Eight six seven three three seven hundred. So again, you know, I had this conversation with Alex day. We're talking about censorship. We were talking about a number of things, and I was talking about the extremism. What's going on right now in Washington extremism is going on around the country with regard to politics? And I said the difficult thing is that when you say something that is critical of the president, you become a scapegoat for those who say, well, you don't kick the guy while he's down. I think the media does a great job of kicking Donald Trump more. So than I could ever kick him. And that's the point is that they've been kicking him now down the road for two years with this Russian collusion story. They have not they do not break away from their regular routine without talking about Russian collusion. Talking about the Mola report waiting with baited breath, like mouth watering waiting for the report to come out. They dump it out on his on dump day. They put it on dump day. Okay. And I'm thinking that this is only the beginning. And the rest is going to be basically opening up the floodgates for more conspiracy theories from the media. I think we should watch the actions of the attorney general I think we should pay attention to that. But whatever will be reported by the media will still be conspiracy theory because while you can't just sweep something like this under the rug getting hold of the report might prove difficult for congressional Democrats. But but if Moller's prosecutors do suspect to cover up. Information could get out through leaks to the press whistleblowing. Congressional testimony subpoenas paid news informants, just imagine, you know, to the highest bidder I have some stories for you and they pay like through the teeth. To get this information. You know, obviously, this is not over it brings no resolution. It means nothing. Unless Muller files a detailed indictment. Charging members of the Trump campaign with conspiring with Russia. The public may never learn the full scope of what Muller and his team has found including potentially scandalous behavior that doesn't rebound to any provable crime. Two weeks ago? Nancy Pelosi said in a statement that she didn't support the impeachment of President Trump. He says I'm not for impeachment. This is news. I'm going to give you some news right now. Because I haven't said this to any press person before but since you asked. Maybe thinking about this impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there's something compelling subject. So compelling overwhelming and bipartisan. I don't think we should ever go down that path because it divides the country, and he's just not worth it. She said and then she put in. I don't think he's fit to run for president. We should impeach him. But he sucks. That's pretty much the equivalent of. Yeah. I don't think you should be impeached. But he really sucks. So a lot of you know, I was reading on the internet and a lot of people writing me saying, you know, speculating the reason why. She made the statements. She said is because well in many people were telling you is because she caught wind the investigation into collusion will be what the critics call a nothing burger. I mean. Anybody? Remember, the star report, Ken Starr that ring a bell kind of. I mean, once again, you know, I talked about the Mitchell situation with Nixon this is the date that that happened. But anybody remember the Ken Starr report? Nineteen ninety eight nine hundred ninety eight Ken Starr report nailed Bill Clinton's role in the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Okay times have changed since then we're not going to get the details anymore because they changed the rules. I think it's because of the fact that it embarrassed this country enough to find out their president lied about having sex with an intern. So I can tell you this what the reason why?.
New book on Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump paints a gloomy portrait
"Right. So this week guys. The guardian got a hold of a new book coming out March nineteenth called Kush ink by Vicky ward, I mentioned at top of the show or not the top maybe. But earlier in the show when I was talking about Trump printing out the Komi firing letter on the wrong printer. So in this book, some of our beans came true, check out this clip from episode eighteen the Daily Beast broke a story on Friday that Kushner's dad asked a Qatari firm to lend the Kushner's money to shore up sixty six sixty six Fifth Avenue. We've talked about the six six six building. It's the office building that's the centerpiece of the Kushner real estate empire, and it is one billion dollars in debt, and that loan is coming due in two, months, and Kushner and his family been scrambling to get money to pay this lingo. And that's what the city group and Apollo five hundred million dollar loans went into the office building. And Kushner's dad went to Qatar and ask them can we have some money and to to put into this office building Qatar looked at the office building because he bought it in two thousand seven right before the bubble bursts. So that was dumb and Qatar went no note that you and that upset Kushner, but what's interesting is that when that deal fell apart. Kushner backed a Saudi blockade of Qatar. Basically teaming up with Saudi Arabians to to put throw a blockade up against Qatar and Qatar is one of our key allies in the fight against Aycell in the region, that's national security level shit. We have thousands troops in Qatar like. But his, but he but his not getting alone. And now, it's not proven that. It's connected. But it's to him. It was clearly more important, but well, whether he did it because of that or not, but he did he did advocate for the blockade against Qatar. And it happened to be less than a month after Qatar refused to lend him money on that build interesting. So we'll see if that also. Yeah, we'll see Moller's looking into it. And also the securities the SEC the securities and Exchange Commission dropped an inquiry into Apollo Apollo global management less than a month after they agreed to lend Kushner one hundred and eighty million dollars. So go back and listen to eighteen because it's all about putting club Kushner, and I have a feeling we're going to hear a lot more about Kushner in the next couple of weeks anyhow in this new book, we learned that around that time Kush was confronted by Tillerson, and Gary Cohn who blamed Kush for Trump's abrupt endorsement of. Saudi blockade against cutter. Even though they're an ally in the region. We have our one of our largest bases there with a quite a few military stationed there. Shortly thereafter, cutter help to bail out Kushner from his devil building sixty six Fifth Avenue. The guardian also published a piece this week about cushion, how his friendship with Mohammed bin some on. The crown prince of Saudi Arabia is at the heart of US Saudi relations, and as we know Kushner Flynn, and a whole host Trump allies have pushed to provide the Saudis with technology to build nuclear reactor plants that could put them on the path to developing nuclear weapons if they want to enrich their own uranium, which they definitely do which is dumb because it's way less than half the price to get it enriched elsewhere and shipped back to you. So the fact that you want enriched uranium suspicious uranium means you want to make weapons. So let's go over a few things we discuss regarding Kushner on the pod I way back in April twenty seventeen Kushner's dad asked the country's for a loan. And they said, no, you're stupid. Get out of him two months later. Saudi Arabia throws up the blockade much to the chagrin of Conan. Tillerson. Incidentally, that's right around the time Jamalco Shoji left Saudi Arabia after he trash talk Trump.
"moller" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Again, it's no one is disputing not. We have no idea if Moller's going to do anything about it or anybody else for that matter. But you have testimony. Do you have testimony from Bruce and Delhi, or if you have questions about Trump, you have to ten times the number of questions one hundred times, the number of questions and concerns about the Democrats and the FBI the department of Justice and intelligence agencies under President Obama during the two thousand sixteen campaign, if you don't you're nothing, but a political hack. We have gone through point-by-point every time an allegation has come up about Trump where it's, you know, works leading we did the same with Roger stone the first two days of this week. But was actually there what what did it show? There's five years documented of of evidence of the Obama administration not adhering to the direction of the the Pfizer court. We learn that. From circa news and their report with court documents attached. Just days before the election. They show up at court and say sorry your honor. We didn't really add here too that what you told us back in two thousand and eleven that you were over we were overstepping our bounds. And this administration. Where's where's the outrage there? And so the last caller if you truly want to get into a discussion fine. But you don't know, you know, you wanna draw conspiracy theories. You wanna throw everything we don't deal with that. Well, call another show. It's it's a very tired narrative on the on the whole Russian thing, by the way. And it's and the whole thing was Stacey Abrams. She's not govern. She has. No power to do. And if she legally lost she went through she went through what she believed was all the legal recourses, and she lost the election. We're not going to get into the your particular conspiracy theories. Now, we know we know why you support it because the left supports fantas let's pretend she has power. She does not not at this point. Eight six six ninety redeye..
"moller" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It. And again, it's no one is disputing not. We have no idea if Moller's going to do anything about it or anybody else for that matter. But you have testimony. Do you have testimony from Bruce and Delhi, or if you have questions about Trump, you have to ten times the number of questions one hundred times, the number of questions and concerns about the Democrats and the FBI the department of Justice and intelligence agencies under President Obama during the two thousand sixteen campaign, if you don't you're nothing, but a political hack. We have gone through point-by-point every time an allegation has come up about Trump where it's you know, where its leading we did the same with Roger stone the first two days of this week. What was actually there? What what what did it show? There's five years documented of of evidence of the Obama administration not adhering to the direction of the the Pfizer court. We learn that. From circa news and their report with court documents attached. Just days before the election. They show up at court and say sorry your honor. We didn't really adhere to that. What you told us back in two thousand eleven that you were over. We were overstepping our bounds. And this administration. Where's where's the outrage there? And so the last caller if you truly want to get into a discussion fine. But you don't know, you know, you wanna throw a conspiracy theories. You wanna throw everything we don't deal with that. Well, call another show. It's it's a very tired narrative on the on the whole Russian thing, by the way. And it's and the whole thing was Stacey Abrams. She's not governor. She has no power to do. And if she legally lost she went through she went through what she believed was all the legal recourses, and she lost the election. We're not going to get into the your particular conspiracy theories. Now, we know you have we know why you support it because the left supports fantasy. Let's pretend she has power. She does not not at this point. Eight six six ninety redeye. With.
"moller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Again, it's no one is disputing not. We have no idea if Moller's gonna do anything about it. Birdie buddy else for that matter. But you have testimony. Do you have testimony from Bruce and Delhi, or if you have questions about Trump, you have to ten times a number of questions one hundred times, the number of questions and concerns about the Democrats and the FBI the department of Justice and intelligence agencies under President Obama during the two thousand sixteen campaign, if you don't you're nothing, but a political hack. We have gone through point-by-point every time an allegation has come up about Trump where it's you know, where its leading we did the same with Roger stone the first two days of this week. What was actually there? What what what did it show? There's five years documented of of evidence of the Obama administration not adhering to the direction of the the Pfizer court. We learn that. From circa news and their report with court documents attached. Just days before the election. They show up at court and say sorry your honor. We didn't really adhere to that. What you told us back in two thousand eleven that you were over. We were overstepping our bounds. And this administration. Where's where's the outrage there? And so the last caller if you truly want to get into a discussion fine. But you don't know you wanna throw a conspiracy theories. You wanna throw everything we we don't deal with that. Well, call another show. It's it's a very tired narrative on the on the whole Russian thing, by the way. And it's and the whole thing was Stacey Abrams. She's not governor. She has no power to do. And if she legally lost she went through she went through what she believed was all the legal recourses, and she lost the election. We're not going to get into the your particular conspiracy theories. Now, we know you have we know why you support it because the left supports fantasy. Let's pretend she has power. She does not not at this point. Eight six six ninety redeye Gotch with.
"moller" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Shapiro show. So Democrats very excited about the mullahs report, which should drop in the next month. Or so they think that this will be the end of president from finally once and forever, Jonathan Karl ABC news has some other thoughts. ABC news is Jonathan Karl made a stunning admission yesterday on this week on ABC news. Here's what he had to say. We this is all building up to the Mahler report and raising expectations of a bombshell report. And they've been expectations that have been building, of course for over a year on this. But people who are closest to what Moller has been doing over interacted with a special counsel caution me this report is almost certain to be anti climatic. But if you look at what the FBI was investigating in that New York Times report, look at what they were investigating Muller did not go anywhere without investigation. Okay. So what is this all going to be the answer may come up with nothing this, and that's been my prediction for a long time. Is that we come up with some nasty indicators that members of from scheme. We're talking with the Russians like Donald Trump junior, for example. Or the members of Trump's team or unwittingly working with Russians who are connected to the Russian government something like that the idea that Trump was sitting behind the curtain waving his wand and making the magic happen. I just don't think that there's any evidence of that whatsoever. If that if that changes, then I'll change my opinion, but based on the evidence, so far you gotta be asking what exactly prompted the FBI to open an investigation for Trump is a Russian agent. The guys wanted most prominent people in American public life for the last four decades. What exactly did they target him? Once the Russians decide you know what let's get behind. The reality TV show star and make him into a full blown Russian agent. That's conspiracy theory nonsense. If that's what the FBI was investigating Lindsey Graham Senator from South Carolina says as much he's exactly right. I'm gonna ask the FBI director. Was there a counterintelligence investigation opened up regarding the president as being a potential agent of the Russians are find it astonishing? And to me, it tells me a lot about the people running the FBI McCabe in that crowd. I don't trust him as far as I throw him. So this really did happen. Congress needs to know about it. And I am what I wanna do is make sure how could the FBI do that what kind of checks and balances are there. Now, listen, I want to believe in the veracity of the FBI, I know a lot of FBI agents. I think the vast majority of FBI agents are wonderful folks are doing a really great job keeping Americans safe. I want to believe there law enforcement institutions when the leadership of those law enforcement institutions are people like Peter Struck and Lisa page makes it kinda hard. And when they were making claims that Trump was Russian agent not just that they were going to investigate Russian ties and then see where those lead. But instead that Trump was himself deeply involved come on. I mean, I'm gonna need some evidence for that other than Trump has a big mouth first of all Trump were really a Russian agent. Do you think he was shot about it? Due. Can't keep his mouth shut about anything come on come on. So the Democrats are desperately trying to defend the FBI activity here. Tim Kaine Senator from Virginia he says, well, the FBI went after Trump because they good reason to do. So here here's the excuse making from people who say the FBI had a reason to consider Trump Russian plant big it's less did the FBI overreact. I think the question is this they had to have a very deep level of concern about this president to take this step. And that's again, why we need to protect the Muller investigation. And I think that's going to be a critical issue in the judiciary committee hearings about the attorney general nominee will you guarantee to protect this investigation. And will you make sure that the American public and congress get the results of it? So here this really is the key question. The real key question is the one that came as mentioning here. How deep does the FBI's level of suspicion have to run for them to launch an investigation if they're talking about Trump is Russian agent. My suspicion is not all that they could just take fliers on investigations, which does raise questions about the FBI. Not just about the Trump investigation. But what kind of information is necessary for them to actually open an investigation targeting American citizens. It makes you really disquieted about the nature of American power about law enforcement power makes you into sort of a reason dot com. Libertarian and looking at this sort of stuff going hold up in the FBI can just launch an investigation based on a couple of people who don't like Trump, not like mini fired James call me, and then they can open a full on counterintelligence investigation into the president. That's the thing. Again, Democrats who five minutes ago hated the FBI now loved the FBI. They love this stuff some are quarter from West Virginia. He says the FBI went after President Trump for good reason. Also, I think we're seeing these independent actions even independent of Muller, which is the lead up and some of the rationale about why this investigation started. And why so many Americans like myself had been concerned for so long? There was enough concern that the Senate intelligence committee in bipartisan fashion, the house. Intelligence committee in a slightly less bipartisan fashion. Yeah. Launched investigations are investigation is almost it's not quite two years in. But we have literally spoken to hundreds of witnesses. We may have spoken even more witnesses than Muller, and we have a very important story to tell to the American public. Okay. Then you could just tell that story to the American public instead of just telling us how important the stories are gonna tell you seen about one thousand trailers for this movie at what point do we actually get to see the movie when the when the molar investigation comes out it better be public. We need full transparency is always seen as narrative from both sides. John Solomon has a piece over the hill. Specifically talking about all of these allegations that there were too many. There's too much smoke for the FBI not to investigate. He points out. There was a presidential candidate in two thousand sixteen whose husband traveled to Moscow and collected a five hundred thousand dollars speaking fee from bladder Putin cronies while she was still serving as secretary of state negotiating with the Russians. There is a candidate in two thousand sixteen who ran a cabinet agency that authorized the sale large swath of strategic American uranium assets to Putin who served in an administrator. That helped arrange and approved billions of dollars a nuclear fuel contracts for Moscow at American nuclear plants, just a short while before Putin invaded Ukraine whose campaign chairman served on the board of a clean energy company that received thirty five million bucks from Russia while she was secretary of state whose prominent fundraiser subsequently came under investigation for possible illegal lobbying activities involving Paul Manafort and Russian back Ukraine politicians and whose family charitable empire accepted support from a lobbying and public relations firm working for Russian nuclear giant. That'd be Hillary Clinton. So whatever people say there's a lot of smoke. Yeah. Welcome to politics where smoke is the way that this stuff works in just a moment. We'll get to President Trump's reaction. He was on judge Janine.
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"With insider trading and lying to. The FBI and instead of telling, the truth he lied by lying to the FBI, they compounded they're insider trading crime with the crime of criminal cover. Up President, Trump's attorney Rudy, Giuliani says his team has responded to, special counsel Robert Muller's request to. Interview Trump although there are no details Giuliani announced earlier this week that they were not going to agree to all of. Moller's terms a couple of races are still without a clear winner in yesterday's primary elections in certain
Musk's Tesla buyout plan could test Wall Street's nerves
"A proposal to pull off one of the biggest buyouts in u._s. history has rocked wall street tesla's c._e._o. elon musk tweeting that he's gearing up to lead a buyout of the electric carmaker That would cost nearly seventy two billion dollars ending the company's eight year history of stock market trading NASDAQ suspended trading of tesla sock at one point yesterday with insight into this. Development I'm joined on the KOMO news I by drew Harwell national technology, reporter for the Washington Post hey. Drew how are you hey great how are you very well thanks this obviously, was a surprise to investors but given the source maybe shouldn't have been a surprise Yeah I mean Ilan has always complained about being public being public means yet to go out every quarter and defend a company that burns a lot of cash has a lot of debt critics so you know going private would allow. Him to avoid that and maybe focused more on the long-term okay so he he mentioned taking, the, company private at four? Hundred, twenty. Dollars a share? Which would, of. Course require that seventy two billion dollars, we talked about any idea where this would come from That's the big question Ilan funding with the. Cure yesterday typically when a company does something like this They they mean that they. Have banks, of private equity investors somebody rich to chip in we. Don't know anything about that yet I mean I, really like it but that's a huge public seventy billion, dollars that's something that company. Don't typically finder the couch cushion and. You know Meanwhile company with a. Ton of debt that needs to spend billions more to. Build out there Factory and sell the cars and really make a profitable business so Not going to be an easy, thing to find again I guess you have to consider the. Source but this is how this kind of thing is typically handle is? It No, it really isn't I. Mean everything has sort of gone. Backwards from from how you'd expect because the, Yuan I tweeted about it sorta surprised the market. After, the stock spiked they then froze trading then, they put out a letter and then today finally about twenty. Hours later You really expect that to be kind of an official announced that the trading. To have been stopped already so they're still crazy fights and no documentation everything does things that, are, on way Yvonne. You know, it seemed like he maybe got out in front of company here and and he did it in, a way that people sort of scratching their, heads any idea what. Kind of impact we might see. If in fact he does take tesla private Well we would get hit, me Visibility, into, the company and you know Oh far less about how it performing but it. Would also, be an entirely different company I mean the people who are buying into it wouldn't, be, the public. Sort of retail shareholders normal normal people it would be whoever decides that they, want to be, a part of it the grand enterprise and it would help consolidate even. More power under He, already, owns twenty. Percent of the companies already chief spokesman in engineering and everything but it would, be his company what he would do behind the scenes would be You know there'd be very little oversight into it So I think it could make. A very, different style automaker could make the company Surprisingly seen what we're three thank you. So much through the article again titled tesla suspends share trading after you'd on tweets he wants to take the carmaker, private by drew
Brad, Clayton and Amy Berman Jackson discussed on Rush Limbaugh
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Yountville hostage situation: "Tragic" end with 4 deaths, including suspect
"The news you need from the people you trust komo news in northern california daylong hostage situation ended with the deaths of three victims and the gunman police say it happened in napa county at one of the largest veterans homes officials say former patient an army rifleman albert wong stormed the facility that treats returning military members suffering from ptsd standoff that went on for many hours coming to a deadly end california highway patrol assistant chief chris childs fortunately made the discovery of three deceased females and one deceased male suspects suspects rental car outside he's been searched there were concerns about possible explosives inside nothing was found alex stone abc news former trump campaign age sandberg appeared before a grand jury friday in the russia investigation telling abc news that president trump will be vindicated earlier this week lindbergh vowed the to defy a subpoena from special counsel robert moller's office then changed his mind most of the country springs forward early sunday daylight saving begins i'm michelle franzen abc news northwest only all news station at komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven this is twenty four seven news on komo news.