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"mr mcclean" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 5 months ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Vegetarian. I don't kill flies. He said And before that. If you could hear elisha saying i was just going home. I'm an introvert. I'm different. I was just going home. I'm different. That's all i was doing. I'm so sorry. I have no gun. I don't do that stuff. I don't do any fighting. why are you taking me. He said that's the police body camera footage of officers tackling and arresting elisha as he walked home august two thousand nineteen medical responders to arrive then injected elijah with a large amount of the powerful sedative. Ketamine enough just sedate a large two hundred pound man even though elijah was just five six under one hundred forty pounds. He suffered cardiac arrest on the way to. The hospital died several days later. This is colorado attorney general. Philip wiser speaking wednesday after announcing the charges against those involved in elisha death late last thursday. After careful and thoughtful deliberation the grand jury returned thirty to count indictment against aurora police. Officers randy row dima and nathan would former aurora police officer jason rosenblatt and aurora fire. Rescue paramedics jeremy cooper and peter chikuni for their alleged conduct on the night of august. Twenty four twenty nine that resulted in the death of mr mcclean. The charges come after the local district attorney decided earlier not to file criminal charges citing lack of evidence but protests and an online petition that gathered more than five million signatures the saw happening after In minneapolis What happened There with the murder of george floyd Those protests prompted the colorado governor. Jared police to reexamine the case. This is how elisha mcclain's mother chenine mcclain responded to news of the thirty to count criminal indictment. I'm thankful i'm grateful that They saw i saw that. He never should have been stopped. That he never should have been brutalized. He never should have been handcuffed. Never should have been given kademi. I expect prison for my son's murders and their accomplices. Because that's exactly what. They did their accessories to a crime and I don't think it should be anything less than that. They need to be prosecuted to the extent of the law. We're joined in denver by colorado state representative leslie. Herod she spoke to elisha. Mcclain's mother played a key role in criminal justice reform since his tragic death including spearheading a bill to ban police. Use of ketamine. Leslie herod is also the first. Lgbtq plus african american to hold office in the colorado general assembly. Welcome to democracy. Now can you start off by responding to the indictments two years after elijah mclean was killed by police and paramedics morning. And thanks for having me. What i would say want is that i echo minutes sentiments. Being grateful that decent indictments have come down. I think that they are a true statement. That colorado believes police accountability and reform in that we will hold officers and first responders accountable when they harm someone in our communities but it was janin's voice and her work that led to colorado passing the largest and most impactful police accountability law in the country and really working on three bills. That allowed this data happen that called ketamine use of force by law enforcement that ensured that we could have special investigations when someone is at the hand of or the direction of law enforcement. We band chokehold and we ended qualified immunity and janine and her work with central to all of that. And what are the next steps for the attorney. General's office after this thirty to count. Indictment general will now take his fight to district court where he will have to plead the case. That alleged mclean was was murdered. A unjustly And that the officers and the first responders use their absorb in a way that was deadly and so he will have to prove. This case won't be easy until important. That people who are engaged now continued to be engaged. Continue to call for justice because this is just one step. We have not reached justice yet. Not for elijah. You know it's amazing. The progress of these indictments what this means after elisha mclean was killed by the police. I mean he's walking home sort of dancing wearing headphones listening to music. A violinist who played violin for cats and dogs at a local animal shelter as he said. I'm different He said i don't kill flies. I'm a vegetarian He kept apologizing. Saying i'm so sorry. He said i can't breathe. I can't breathe After this happened even local reporter said they did not pay attention to this. Until george floyd was killed that's when the mass protests happened. Can you talk about that leslie. Howard absolutely well. Colorado and denver specifically was that the center of the protests just like many other cities across the country. And i remember introducing a bill the first day we got back around police accountability and from. I'm sorry from the bid session and when we gave our first rally and talked about the police accountability bill. This small quiet woman stepped up from the crowd. I handed her the megaphone and she looked at me and look at the crowd and said. Why weren't you here for my thought. Why are you here for someone who died states away but when i called you four support people in colorado for support for my son no one showed up and it was interesting because the crowd turned to and the mc. Do you want to take the microphone back. And i said no. I want to have this conversation. I asked who who are side was when she said to mclean. I knew right that that her voice needed to be center in this conversation in that people needed to know who allies was and so from that moment on we worked lockstep to pass police accountability again on three bills over the course of a year and a half to make sure that what happened to her son never happen again but we also raised the profile around her case in a way that gained international attention and put pressure on the governor of colorado to act to tell the attorney general to act and we put provisions in our bill. That's specifically related to allies mcclain's case so that we could get things like the complete body camera cluj. So that we could prosecute the case all of these things were related to elijah and the other black and brown men women and gender non binary people in colorado that have been murdered by the police and finally the response by the colorado police to the protests. Once they actually happened after. George floyd was killed as you pointed out then. Talking about elisha mclean. One of the most moving scenes was the violin vigil. People playing violins and honor of elisha violinist and then beaten by police. How is this changed. The way the aurora police.

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:06 min | 5 months ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"I don't kill flies. He said And before that. If you could hear elisha saying i was just going home. I'm an introvert. I'm different. I was just going home. I'm different. That's all i was doing. I'm so sorry. I have no gun. I don't do that stuff. I don't do any fighting. why are you taking me. He said that's the police body camera footage of officers tackling and arresting elisha as he walked home august two thousand nineteen medical responders to arrive then injected elijah with a large amount of the powerful sedative. Ketamine enough just sedate a large two hundred pound man even though elijah was just five six under one hundred forty pounds. He suffered cardiac arrest on the way to. The hospital died several days later. This is colorado attorney general. Philip wiser speaking wednesday after announcing the charges against those involved in elisha death late last thursday. After careful and thoughtful deliberation the grand jury returned thirty to count indictment against aurora police. Officers randy row dima and nathan would former aurora police officer jason rosenblatt and aurora fire. Rescue paramedics jeremy cooper and peter chikuni for their alleged conduct on the night of august. Twenty four twenty nine that resulted in the death of mr mcclean. The charges come after the local district attorney decided earlier not to file criminal charges citing lack of evidence but protests and an online petition that gathered more than five million signatures the saw happening after In minneapolis What happened There with the murder of george floyd Those protests prompted the colorado governor. Jared police to reexamine the case. This is how elisha mcclain's mother chenine mcclain responded to news of the thirty to count criminal indictment. I'm thankful i'm grateful that They saw i saw that. He never should have been stopped. That he never should have been brutalized. He never should have been handcuffed. Never should have been given academy. I expect prison for my son's murders and their accomplices. Because that's exactly what. They did their accessories to a crime and I don't think it should be anything less than that. They need to be prosecuted to the extent of the law. We're joined in denver by colorado state representative leslie. Herod she spoke to elisha. Mcclain's mother played a key role in criminal justice reform since his tragic death including spearheading a bill to ban police. Use of ketamine. Leslie herod is also the first. Lgbtq plus african american to hold office in the colorado general assembly. Welcome to democracy. Now can you start off by responding to the indictments two years after elijah mclean was killed by police and paramedics morning. And thanks for having me. What i would say want is that i echo minutes sentiments. Being grateful that decent indictments have come down. I think that they are a true statement. That colorado believes police accountability and reform in that we will hold officers and first responders accountable when they harm someone in our communities but it was janin's voice and her work that led to colorado passing the largest and most impactful police accountability law in the country and really working on three bills. That allowed this data happen that called ketamine use of force by law enforcement that ensured that we could have special investigations when someone is at the hand of or the direction of law enforcement. We band chokehold and we ended qualified immunity and janine and her work with central to all of that. And what are the next steps for the attorney. General's office after this thirty to count. Indictment general will now take his fight to district court where he will have to plead the case. That alleged mclean was was murdered. A unjustly And that the officers and the first responders use their absorb in a way that was deadly and so he will have to prove. This case won't be easy until important. That people who are engaged now continued to be engaged. Continue to call for justice because this is just one step. We have not reached justice yet. Not for elijah. You know it's amazing. The progress of these indictments what this means after elisha mclean was killed by the police. I mean he's walking home sort of dancing wearing headphones. Listening to music violinist who played violin for cats and dogs at a local animal shelter as he said i'm different He said. I don't kill flies. I'm a vegetarian He kept apologizing. Saying i'm so sorry. He said i can't breathe. I can't breathe After this happened even local reporter said they did not pay attention to this. Until george floyd was killed that's when the mass protests happened. Can you talk about that leslie. Howard absolutely well. Colorado and denver specifically was that the center of the protests just like many other cities across the country. And i remember introducing a bill the first day we got back around police accountability and from. I'm sorry from the bid session and when we gave our first rally and talked about the police accountability bill. This small quiet woman stepped up from the crowd. I handed her the megaphone and she looked at me and look at the crowd and said. Why weren't you here for my thought. Why are you here for someone who died states away but when i called you four support people in colorado for support for my son no one showed up and it was interesting because the crowd turned to and the mc. Do you want to take the microphone back. And i said no. I want to have this conversation. I asked who who are side was when she said to mclean. I knew right that that her voice needed to be center in this conversation in that people needed to know who allies was and so from that moment on we worked lockstep to pass police accountability again on three bills over the course of a year and a half to make sure that what happened to her son never happen again but we also raised the profile around her case in a way that gained international attention and put pressure on the governor of colorado to act to tell the attorney general to act and we put provisions in our bill. That's specifically related to allies mcclain's case so that we could get things like the complete body camera cluj. So that we could prosecute the case all of these things were related to elijah and the other black and brown men women and gender non binary people in colorado that have been murdered by the police and finally the response by the colorado police to the protests. Once they actually happened after. George floyd was killed as you pointed out then. Talking about elisha mclean. One of the most moving scenes was the violin vigil. People playing violins and honor of elisha violinist and then beaten by police. How is this changed. The way the aurora police.

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 5 months ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Vegetarian. I don't kill flies. He said And before that. If you could hear elisha saying i was just going home. I'm an introvert. I'm different. I was just going home. I'm different. That's all i was doing. I'm so sorry. I have no gun. I don't do that stuff. I don't do any fighting. why are you taking me. He said that's the police body camera footage of officers tackling and arresting elisha as he walked home august two thousand nineteen medical responders to arrive then injected elijah with a large amount of the powerful sedative. Ketamine enough just sedate a large two hundred pound man even though elijah was just five six under one hundred forty pounds. He suffered cardiac arrest on the way to. The hospital died several days later. This is colorado attorney general. Philip wiser speaking wednesday after announcing the charges against those involved in elisha death late last thursday. After careful and thoughtful deliberation the grand jury returned thirty to count indictment against aurora police. Officers randy row dima and nathan would former aurora police officer jason rosenblatt and aurora fire. Rescue paramedics jeremy cooper and peter chikuni for their alleged conduct on the night of august. Twenty four twenty nine that resulted in the death of mr mcclean. The charges come after the local district attorney decided earlier not to file criminal charges citing lack of evidence but protests and an online petition that gathered more than five million signatures the sole happening after In minneapolis What happened There with the murder of george floyd Those protests prompted the colorado governor. Jared police to reexamine the case. This is how elisha mcclain's mother chenine mcclain responded to news of the thirty to count criminal indictment. I'm thankful i'm grateful that They saw i saw that. He never should have been stopped. That he never should have been brutalized. He never should have been handcuffed. Never should have been given kademi. I expect prison for my son's murders and their accomplices. Because that's exactly what. They did their accessories to a crime and I don't think it should be anything less than that. They need to be prosecuted to the extent of the law. We're joined in denver by colorado state representative leslie. Herod she spoke to elisha. Mcclain's mother played a key role in criminal justice reform since his tragic death including spearheading a bill to ban police. Use of ketamine. Leslie herod is also the first. Lgbtq plus african american to hold office in the colorado general assembly. Welcome to democracy. Now can you start off by responding to the indictments two years after elijah mclean was killed by police and paramedics morning. And thanks for having me. What i would say want is that i echo minutes sentiments being grateful that indictments have come down. I think that they are a true statement. That colorado believes police accountability and reform in that we will hold officers and first responders accountable when they harm someone in our communities but it was janin's voice and her work that led to colorado passing the largest and most impactful police accountability law in the country and really working on three bills. That allowed this data happen that called ketamine use of force by law enforcement that ensured that we could have special investigations when someone is at the hand of or the direction of law enforcement. We band chokehold and we ended qualified immunity and janine and her work with central to all of that. And what are the next steps for the attorney. General's office after this thirty to count. Indictment general will now take his fight to district court where he will have to plead the case. That alleged mclean was was murdered. A unjustly And that the officers and the first responders use their absorb in a way that was deadly and so he will have to prove. This case won't be easy until important. That people who are engaged now continued to be engaged. Continue to call for justice because this is just one step. We have not reached justice yet. Not for elijah. You know it's amazing. The progress of these indictments what this means after elisha mclean was killed by the police. I mean he's walking home sort of dancing wearing headphones. Listening to music violinist who played violin for cats and dogs at a local animal shelter as he said i'm different He said. I don't kill flies. I'm a vegetarian He kept apologizing. Saying i'm so sorry. He said i can't breathe. I can't breathe After this happened even local reporter said they did not pay attention to this. Until george floyd was killed that's when the mass protests happened. Can you talk about that leslie. Howard absolutely well. Colorado and denver specifically was that the center of the protests just like many other cities across the country. And i remember introducing a bill the first day we got back around police accountability and from. I'm sorry from the bid session and when we gave our first rally and talked about the police accountability bill. This small quiet woman stepped up from the crowd. I handed her the megaphone and she looked at me and look at the crowd and said. Why weren't you here for my thought. Why are you here for someone who died states away but when i called you four support people in colorado for support for my son no one showed up and it was interesting because the crowd turned to and the mc. Do you want to take the microphone back. And i said no. I want to have this conversation. I asked who who are side was when she said to mclean. I knew right that that her voice needed to be center in this conversation in that people needed to know who allies was and so from that moment on we worked lockstep to pass police accountability again on three bills over the course of a year and a half to make sure that what happened to her son never happen again but we also raised the profile around her case in a way that gained international attention and put pressure on the governor of colorado to act to tell the attorney general to act and we put provisions in our bill. That's specifically related to allies mcclain's case so that we could get things like the complete body camera cluj. So that we could prosecute the case all of these things were related to elijah and the other black and brown men women and gender non binary people in colorado that have been murdered by the police and finally the response by the colorado police to the protests. Once they actually happened after. George floyd was killed as you pointed out then. Talking about elisha mclean. One of the most moving scenes was the violin vigil. People playing violins and honor of elisha violinist and then beaten by police. How is this changed. The way the aurora police.

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Back in two thousand nineteen hundred twenty three year old. Elijah mclean died after a violent encounter with police today two years after his death a colorado grand jury has finally indicted three police officers and two paramedics our report tonight from nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez similar unit. We're fighting tonight. Police officers and paramedics in aurora colorado are facing criminal charges after stopping. Twenty-three-year-old elisha mclean while. He walked home from a convenience store here today because allies is not here and he should police had gotten a call about a suspicious man wearing a mask introverts. They restrained him with corroded hull than paramedics injected him with a powerful senate. Kademi is now a thirty to count indictment two officers former officer and two paramedics each face account of manslaughter. In criminally-negligent homicide four of the five also face assault charges mcleans family described him as a kind introvert who played violin to comfort cats at an animal shelter. They say he often wore masks to keep warm because of a blood condition a loud and resounding statement that nobody is above the law right after his death august. Twenty one thousand nine prosecutors did not charge anyone protesters but the case drew renewed attention last year following the murder of george floyd. Some of mclean's last words. I'm just different became a rallying. Cry calling that response. A hysterical overreaction. Today the aurora police union said our officers did nothing wrong. Sadly mr mcclean do a combination of exertion due to his decision to violently resist arrest and a pre existing heart condition but mclean's father wept as he heard the news disneyland. Bit people will be held accountable with the and i know my saying be smiley. Legal experts. Say that while it's unusual for police officers to face charges in this type of case. It's extremely rare for paramedics to do so.

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Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:07 min | 5 months ago

Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death

"Back in two thousand nineteen hundred twenty three year old. Elijah mclean died after a violent encounter with police today two years after his death a colorado grand jury has finally indicted three police officers and two paramedics our report tonight from nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez similar unit. We're fighting tonight. Police officers and paramedics in aurora colorado are facing criminal charges after stopping. Twenty-three-year-old elisha mclean while. He walked home from a convenience store here today because allies is not here and he should police had gotten a call about a suspicious man wearing a mask introverts. They restrained him with corroded hull than paramedics injected him with a powerful senate. Kademi is now a thirty to count indictment two officers former officer and two paramedics each face account of manslaughter. In criminally-negligent homicide four of the five also face assault charges mcleans family described him as a kind introvert who played violin to comfort cats at an animal shelter. They say he often wore masks to keep warm because of a blood condition a loud and resounding statement that nobody is above the law right after his death august. Twenty one thousand nine prosecutors did not charge anyone protesters but the case drew renewed attention last year following the murder of george floyd. Some of mclean's last words. I'm just different became a rallying. Cry calling that response. A hysterical overreaction. Today the aurora police union said our officers did nothing wrong. Sadly mr mcclean do a combination of exertion due to his decision to violently resist arrest and a pre existing heart condition but mclean's father wept as he heard the news disneyland. Bit people will be held accountable with the and i know my saying be smiley. Legal experts. Say that while it's unusual for police officers to face charges in this type of case. It's extremely rare for paramedics to do so.

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"And a mr mcclean. Who is charles lindbergh's cousin. He convinced the socialite miss walsh that he could find. The lindbergh baby provided that he had the cash and the necessary funds to do. So he'd run into this mclean a couple of times who just so to be the owner of that tommaso diamond from his time. Working in the arguments ration- he offered to act as a middleman with the kidnappers. And taking hundred thousand dollar ransom that she was willing to pay in wanting to help them for family. She withdrew the money and drove her vacation. Home in aken south carolina just as means had instructed her to do escaping with the money names had a friend feed her false information. About a fantastic chase. He supposedly undertook in search of the baby was found dead a couple of months later by the dad charles lindbergh but just in means downfall came when he demanded another thirty five thousand dollars to complete the search the kidnappers through maine's sit her on confusing cross country trips and that were actually quite difficult to fall. Followed eventually she became suspicious when made was trying to get hurt across the. Us border into mexico where he said the kidnappers were and would be willing to make transaction there but not of the united states. And i'm sure it would have turned out well for mrs mclean. Considering what happened on a rabbit hunt in south in north carolina several years ago. Miss mcclain's liars eventually inform the fbi and edgar. Hoover was more than happy to try to take me down caught and put on trial. He was found guilty of larceny after trust and sinister another fifteen years in prison how this point in his life he suffered from poor health estrangement from his fellow prisoners and his wife and family and the final demise of his reputation before going to trial on kidnapping con means claim to have the goods on to soviet spies who are intent on wrecking havoc in the united states each having over two million dollars earmarked for that purpose means claimed that if they would be light on his sentence or let him go he would be able to locate these soviet spies himself in get the information which he said was in a couple of shipping crates. He claimed several times that he had almost got those trunks and crates suitcases. And once he did so but upon his return to new york the secret agents that originally stole the information speller right-back from him finally delivered the news that one of the russians had murdered the other one in all the documents had been burned lost. He told the story so convincingly that an arrest war was sworn out against one of the killers for murder that existed only in his mind craziness can be contagious on december twelfth nineteen thirty eight one of the most bracing swindlers of the early twentieth century guide in prison at the age of fifty nine after a series of gall bladder issues and heart. Failure means appeared as a character in a television series for walk empire. He was a fast in loosed partner of justice investigator which is what he was in reality. Apparently a legend in his own. Mind as well at the time well tomorrow. I.

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on The Kensington Corner

The Kensington Corner

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on The Kensington Corner

"Option absolutely absolutely because i i am a i call myself continue drinker so after two drinks. I'm trashed right but i can have up to thirty and just keep going. I'll never stop. I can just keep going but two drinks. I'm going to go. I'll be great to p._a.'s love it yeah yeah. Oh yes to be as good to go but then he'll stop. No no no no we could win. We've drink hours on end but i'm a coward drinker late. Ally i start out a pretty steady pace than on like a snowball snowball rolling downhill like an agile that the damn late yet that i just i'm dead. I hummed closet drunk. That's fair. That's that's what i am it. Yeah like evy around drinking and throughout the national athletes are good and then five minutes later around blown all over the place. That's fair. You just said you were good. I throw up in the shower all the time. I gotta find that that's the bad one for me. I literally never throw up yeah <hes> but you get hangovers yeah i. I don't really yeah yeah because i know injuring to the point of spewing. It's it's your fault. Yes a release vault as at real really losing out here. I usually throw out before the delivery you can keep shooting that enable right off your teeth for our last actually pukekohe last tuesday. No no absolutely not absolutely lina one. <hes> do you guys go out to bars very often. You and the wife <hes> not as often as you guys should go <hes> just on a real l. Low key by go check out <hes> call valley public house yeah yeah it's <hes> locus and second row over the bridge so take a if you come in. What do you call it. I got a call at north lawrence so like if you're if you're a mass neo cross the river there it's literally your first right and it's about maybe what a quarter to half mile noun segues that second <hes> yeah so it used to be the call valley the hotel and that's where the train station used to be and so people get off there and then stay at the hotel and <hes> they for a while it was nothing at all and then <hes> <hes> tom they put are there. Mr mcclean put a bar in their nice. It's cool. It was cool place allow dogs. They are really the patio out there. They had some good like novel beers on yeah. Good beers on tap good good but here's a question for you. What's the difference between regular and bonded what is bonded me so my bottle bong and the i guess they have whiskies that they call it bonded whiskey yeah so this is one of my favorite accounts about bourbon right okay so back in the day when they called it rock gut it was like after the civil war you know everybody was getting whiskey business. Because i mean it was a huge money maker everybody wanted and when it comes to bourbon like it it has to age like there's no. There's no getting around it like people. After the civil war were trying to get around the aging process semantics up to two to four years ears for your barely even be ready on time for that so they tried to make a faster so they would add things into the whisky so late add like acids they'd add food coloring sugar things like that and they were adding things that were essentially killing people people just trying to make their money and so the term rodriguez started coming around people are starting to get away from whiskey and there's this guy guy. He's got a firm named after him on the buffalo trace hillary e._h. Taylor so colonel e h taylor he was a banker and he opened up the old taylor distillery in the late eighteen hundreds.

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We've been seeing more and more numbers jump on our Facebook page, too big deal. We love it. And that is it turns out that the Facebook page is the easiest way where agents can interact with us and not agents. But, I mean all the listeners, send us messages through there. It's a big deal. We also got the Twitter page at BP Greenland and the Instagram at the official, Greenland podcast and my seamless plug on Instagram, and I post a lot of stuff there little happenings here and there. And once again, I will. Throw it that disclaimer the things that I post on my personal Instagram have nothing to do with any thoughts or issues that the national border patrol council may have or the border patrol the border patrol the border patrol God forbid that I tell people, I'm representing the agency because I don't know how to lie that. Well, so I just, you know, four page to it's, it's I like it. I mean, I'm fun. Pretty crazy week. I mean a busy week with spending on stop the big meeting in town. So we had it was fantastic. Thank you to all the staff at the Marriott on second street right in front of the university of Arizona. I can finally get that off my chest and say where we had our convention, and it was not like star pass or. So Paul Perez was the executive vice president. He he's been working in, and we work for quite, you know, so right now, we're already working on her next convention just ended and we're working on pricing, and where we're going to have it in facilities, and we look at what's around the area. And what helps and what I mean, that's there's a lot of factors that look into that are into picking this place. And once again, Paul Perez than a fantastic job, his entire executive board out of real grand valley to a great job Paul's in charge of getting the, the things that we had out the training materials. Sometimes, you know what I mean? And there's always like a backpack or a bag that he hands out, you put some stuff in there for the membership for the guys that are coming in to, to do the training and this year. They, they picked Tucson there's a lot of places that get picked, but they look for we obviously were looking for affordable spots. In the past, we have had several in in. Las Vegas, Nevada. Right. And people think, oh well, you know, the union guys go to baguettes to do this, and that no, the reason they go to Vegas is because they get a very good deal on group rates at certain places, and it saves the membership a lot of money. So that's what they did. So that's how they ended up picking that spot. It was not in any way, shape or form. Thumbing our nose at the issues that we had previously with the university of Arizona. In fact, I think the opposite, it, it helped because you have a lot of the local restaurant with a little restaurants spots there, along University Avenue, just a block away from the Marriott, and the agents the entire time they were here Thursday night. Friday night, Saturday night Sunday night. They all went to these places during the lunch hour during the breakfast, our supporting the economy. That's supporting. Yes, it was a good thing. And to be honest, everybody. There was a fantastic. Everyone was was very good. All the staff at all. Those restaurants gentle Ben's. The staff there was just great. Everyone was great. You got a frog in. Fergon's. Froggatt Ferkous was fantastic. There's another spot up up the street next frog for no anchovies. Right. They were great. Just everyone was fantastic. It wants to stay. It was is a good time, the, the people of the staff from Cabrillo credit union came out here from San Diego. They were, you know, doing a bunch of giveaways, and it was, it was a good time, had by all and most importantly, the training was fantastic. Right. The training was put on by the national border patrol council attorneys. They they're just they're just great people. You know, and they're smart and their intelligence. So we had attorneys here from California, obviously from Tucson and from the Texas area. They came down the did the training. We had national meetings. We just had. A lot of stuff going on. It was it was good. We talked about a lot of issues. You know, we spent a lot of time in significant time dealing with everything that's going on. It was it was good. And then we had a dinner buffet Sunday night that you skipped out on didn't skip thrown under the bus. I thought you said Saturday, then, you know, I'm bummed because I really wanted to meet face to face Lee. You know, Chris Hector Brandon some of these guys and they asked for you. A lot of guys. Ask for you. There was guys from the northern border. They was Andy. Are we see anti in ahead to break down and tons of truth, and say, Andy doesn't really exist? Just like an Alexa. Yeah. He's he's, he's. It's me. I'm actually Andy change your voice. I just changed my voice. It's just added features here in the studio, you're mazing. So I told them say it again. Say it again. But I'm amazing. You're amazing. Myself next year. I definitely wouldn't let's get to travel hope. So. Yeah you go. There you go. But there was a lot of things that we talked about, obviously, we spoke about the five percent retention bonus that we received we talked about the new pistols, which is blocked, and, you know, all the issues not issues, but other good things about that. The mobility program is being revamped on the pistols, maybe can answer this one, but house that being incorporated. Is it like a rollout? Or is just here you go. Here's your issue. No. They're going to do a roll out is what we're hearing. They're saying they're gonna start at the northern border rate. And obviously one of the, the guns that agents have to pick from just two guns is what I'm hearing the Glock nineteen and the Glock forty seven now don't try to look up the Glock forty seven right? Because whatever you look up. It's not really the Glock forty seventy something that resembles it, perhaps whatever some photo shopping here and there, but the for the Glock forty seven show shout out to all the guys that Glock is a gun that is specifically. Designed for CB p very nice so no, not only that would no other law enforcement in the country can really able to get it. So it's not a special model just for Leo. It's like it's not a special model just for love a special model just for CB pretty cool and last time hearing office of field, operations at the custom side of the house aren't aren't gonna use it for some whatever reason, I don't know why it's I don't even get in that world. But I can tell you that, if that happens, it's gonna make that Glock forty seven in my eyes, even more elite because in the end, the only law enforcement personnel that will be carrying Glock forty seven. Is border patrol agents? And I think that's pretty cool. We had an update from the attorneys on a big lawsuit. That's been going on agents know what it is. If they've asked many times, what's, what's the deal with the lawsuit? We had the attorneys come down spoke just so you guys are aware. The, the loss did not the, the law firm did not go under break break up or anything. They just changed their name. And that people were like, oh, my gosh. What happened? They did a name change. That's what happened. They changed their name everything going as planned. I'm not gonna get into all the specifics of that here on the show because I just don't think we should but I can tell you that it's small kinks are being figured out now. And were the I can see the finish line. We're gonna that's going to be a great news for all the agents out there that signed up. I think it's, it's fantastic. You deserve it, it was a lot of work that was done by many members of the national border. Procon. So, you know, this is what happens some guys, come up with ideas. But in the end NBC's the one that has to do a lot of the work. I'm not trying to knock the guys that come up with the ideas. But at the same time, I don't want the guys that come up with the idea is to knock the guys got to do all the work, you know, and that's basically where where I'm at. I'm gonna talk about the elephant in the room row quick. Oh boy. Hit the brakes and, and talk about the elephant in the room that we've talked about for awhile. Especially during the convention, and that was a lot of things on the news on the acting secretary, Kevin mcilveen there was, obviously Sunday's disturbing issues that have been talked about. And in the end would people are saying is all the fingers point towards Mr. McClean, perhaps he wasn't on board with some of these. I don't want to call them rates because that's not what they are. He wasn't on board with some of the enforcement of the arrests that they were going to do across the country. And I'm going to break down on what that is. We have individuals that have tried to come into the country and they have been successful in their here legally, I guess, because they're going through an asylum claim when you're going through an asylum and claim you're here legally you enter legally and until you're cases heard, and it has been determined that perhaps you do not have a proper claim for asylum. That's when you're ordered to leave the country because they say, okay, your claim was false or your claim doesn't hold any water. It's not done. Denied temporary status. What they have until then. Right. Yes. So since it's denied you gotta leave right? There's also individuals that that apply for this status and they choose not to ever show up to court or show up to, to explain their status. So all of a sudden, now you've exhausted that. So you're ordered you know you're here illegally now at that. Point, he never showed up to court. So what they agencies we're going to do is they were going to go after those individuals that thumbed their nose at law enforcement that decided to say Adam care, I'm not going to show up or those that did show up, and it's it was figured out that they can't be here anymore. It's similar to a guy that's a US citizen. Commits a crime. There's a warrant out for his arrest. And so what happens you go after him? Right in this case, we would go after those people, and they would be sent back to their country of origin but unfortunately, something came out, and they said, oh, these are the cities that are going to be attacked. And then our own law enforcement people that have taken oaths to serve and protect decided to start pushing stuff out to the communities, that may.

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13:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Like yesterday i was well i don't complain and i don't mind but i guess some could have interpreted that way i was lamenting Watch these democrat debates this week. i really really want but now i've had my mind change because the drive by media today is overwhelmed story after story after story supposedly big wig democrats worried as they can be over these debates coming up because they feared that it's going to end up being a circular firing squad that all these democratic candidates are going to do nothing but attack each other rather than donald trump what a crock of course that's was going to be it's always that when you have a crowded field in a presidential primary doesn't matter what party doesn't matter how many hundreds of years you go back the immediate opponents are the people have to take out there's nothing new about this you get to thinking about me cycles and how repetitive they are from generation to generation not just year to year and how much of it is really cut copy and paste there's nothing new there's nothing revolutionary about a large field of candidates going after each other but if you turn to the drive by media today you would think it's a i and at the democrat party's in panic about it doesn't know how to deal with that may be true but the idea that this is something that hasn't happened before is just complete b._s. we'll get to that in due course but i want to kick off by the white greetings great to have you here eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you wanna be on the rush limbaugh program it was in the third hour yesterday during the segment of the program taking phone calls a very disturbed and irate caller named vicky Had been on hold for nearly the entire program. When I connected with her. she said i'm about to melt down i've been waiting all day for you to mention this in you haven't mentioned that yet and i don't know what to do she was talking about trump cancelling the ice raids to deport all of the legal immigrants that could be found i spoke with her about it i talked her off the ledge i calmed her down i gave her theory and i had i told her that you're right i didn't mean to get into this in the first hour i got sidetracked though with a recounting of the story that reminded me of something i'd seen h._b._o. the night before and i never got back to this story so i thank her for calling me she was very very alarmed at trumpet caved and it led to a quite spirited discussion that contained two things on my part one i expressed a little shock anti moderate amount of anger over the fact that these rates were even announced why announce them now trump had tweeted about them i think on the friday before but he had not specified when he just said they were going to happen then a leak hit in both the washington post the washington times of the specific timing for the raids which required them to be called off now there there was a story that at the end of the program just over a story ran at townhall column by matt vespas And it explores the possibility that the acting director of homeland security may have leaked the raids himself a Trump cabinet official may have leaked the raid information. In order to torpedo the rain, so estimate himself. Look good with the Washington establishment and media. it's not confirmed it's merely mentioned as a pop the possibility it was the operation that reportedly cost kearse jin nielsen her job she was reluctant to go through with the raids So Trump grant got rid of her part of the massive overhaul. The department of homeland security that occurred in April. Put it simply we're going to have a large scale raid on the legals by is it's not cruel. It's not immoral. It's the right thing to do. It's the law for crying out loud. You cannot come here illegally, no matter how sad, your sob story is. and now we have a new sheriff in town donald trump it's time for these people ago the president tweeted about the plan raids last week but they reported why on this vespa says that from sources at homeland security the acting director kevin macalinsan leaked the plan in order to torpedo the raid now trump did mention them but the washington post got their hands on some key information reportedly no one but a select few people knew according to an jer tally of the washington examiner in fact five sources that spoke with her accused mcelwain into leaking the plan to the media in an -ticipant of blowback that could follow meaning this guy didn't want the grief he didn't want the media grief he didn't want the trump treatment so he leaked this dettori pedo it so that he wouldn't get any personal media grief here is the story from the washington examiner the pool quote in a move he said was to placate democrats president trump announced on saturday that the nationwide immigration enforcement operation plan the start sunday was called off to give lawmakers two weeks to work on the planet of more on that and just second because that's the real key here i just wanna cover this possibility however all five officials knew about the raid spoke with the washington examiner confirmed mac and the acting directors decision to go rogue and stymie the operation was what prompted the white house to call it off there we're going to be rage in ten cities major blue democrats cities los angeles miami houston not so blow but look out the washington post first reported that on friday The, the news is that, that Mr. McClean. leaked it so that he could be the martyr in the face of anticipated blowback in the future third official claim that macken leinen cares more about what liberals and never trumpers in congress in the media think of him Than achieving the express mission of his department. This is not confirmed. source to people unnamed the reported in the washington examiner but it doesn't surprise i mean there's so much sabotage has been so much sabotage unreasonable amount that trump administration and the fact that the rates are going to happen and we all know what happened to cure skin nielsen the guy that replaced her can remember what happened to her and he may not want the blowback i don't wanna look bad to the media i know look bad never-trumpers they wants to curry their favor so he sabotages trump that's the story now the second part of this when i was talking to the caller yesterday she was livid that these rates have been calling of we didn't know yesterday about the possibility that the raids had actually been leaked by the director of homeland security in order to stab taj them that was unknown and when i told her was just played about the plate of grab sound bite number one this is what i said to the caller in tempt to explain to her what might be a reason for giving them two weeks knowing they're not gonna help so that when he does it he can say he got no help they didn't want to join didn't wanna cooperate they've done nothing but try to stop this it's positioning them on the completely opposite side of the issue from him as we had into the democrat debates twenty twenty campaign that's my guess is to what this is i don't wanna think anything else i know where you're coming from this is donald trump he campaigned care what these people he's going to deport these people going to fix the wall gonna fix the border build the wall he's not gonna care in fact he was elected to not listen was elected to go over their heads of why he was made president you want to see that kind of action i totally understand that and agree with you after give it time a little bit more so let's now take what we know is a possibility and plug it into all this the range we're gonna happen they were scheduled to go and then a rogue leak from somewhere let's just say homeland security that the media alerts everybody and so they have to be canceled that's one possibility the other possibility is that we do know that pelosi call trim and said you can't do this you're scaring the children you're scaring the children you can't do this trump and okay he went onto the democrats don't want to do this gonna give them two weeks this is the real key to it now I told her that what this was was more than likely an attempt. to give the democrats chance in the midst of a campaign season give the democrats chance to come on board and work together to fix the problem that they are calling out all of this time democrats refused to acknowledge there's a crisis at the border and then all of a sudden when they get the pictures squad conditions in a couple of places they all of a sudden start talking about the crisis at the border demanding something be done about it and now they're refusing to participate and i told the caller that i think one of the we're in the midst of the twenty twenty reelection campaign and this is opportunity for trump to demonstrate while the eyes of everybody in america are on this issue it is an opportunity for trump to demonstrate to one and all the democrats don't care democrats are not interested in border security the democrats are not interested in solving the crisis in any way shape matter form he's going to get in two weeks to come on board pelosi's out there so we're going to have a bill we're going to have a bill today pelosi's in big trouble audio sound bite number two we have a montage this is amazing i nailed it yesterday the democrats are holding up the funding of humanitarian aid at the border and the drive by media is blaming them pass democrats at odds over implementing strategy at the border democrats really right now at this point haven't shown that they're willing to budge the senate consumed billions to saudi arabia and we can't send diapers confessed and toothbrushes and soap two children a problem with house democrats they need more money they need more resources in the hands of ice and democrats are standing in the way speaker is fleeting with her membership you gotta get on board with this what is party if anything is party are the way children are treated eventhough the new york times editorial board call at the democrat or not moving on this flame could credibly be shifted to democrats saying why aren't you funding the money to make the situation better the president is constantly out there blaming the democrats they're put in a position that they have to act at this point so we have the combination of two things we have the ice raids which were going to happen and were called off because of perhaps in turn sabotage combined with the president attempt while conducting the rage to also get some new funding to handle the squalid conditions the democrats don't want the ice rage to happen at all they don't want any deportations they don't want the law upheld and now they're opposing and obstructing the funding for alleviating the source of the crisis at the border and it's so bad that even the media is calling them out which is kind of making the point that i made yesterday that trump is attempting to isolate the democrats and focus everybody on the fact that the problem here is them Whether he does ice raids or not. the fact of the matter is the democrat party is trying to undermine that go along with the sabotage of that and not fund because they want the issue they want the kids to continue suffering they want the photos they want the photos of squalid conditions they just like during the nineteen ninety-five budget battle they wanted the kids to be thought of his starving they wanted to be able to blame the republicans for it they don't want the issue to go away particularly in an election year they never want anything resolved just like no dirac rec- ever does solving a problem.

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06:38 min | 2 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Night, on and day. Watch of October. Twenty eighteen interview with Yale. University historian JoAnne Freeman on her book, the field of blood violence in congress and the road to civil war. And we're with scores a congressman just in a mass brawl. So in and of itself, extra Matic guys, throwing punches and throwing spitoons. It's like. You know, it's a massive encounter. But what was really interesting to me, was people at the time looked at it, and what they saw was a group of northerners and a group of seven hers, lots of armed running each other in the house of representatives. And several of them said this doesn't look like a normal congressional fight. This looks like north against south this was like a battle, and that's really striking, and indeed, it certainly did look like a battle. And it's not that long before the civil war Sunday night at eight eastern on C. Span's q&a. She's been radio programming from Thursday. She is from washed, the acting homeland security secretary cabinet. Mecca lean testified today before the Senate homeland security and governmental affairs committee, about the president's budget request for his department for the next fiscal year. Also coming up the administration's immigration and immigration policies drug interdiction effort, and Phoenix response to recent flooding in Oklahoma and tornados in Missouri. This runs two hours, Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin chairs the committee. Good morning. This hearing will come to order. This is the hearing of the title is resources needed to protect the homeland will review the budget of department homeland security. We have the acting sector homeland security, the honorable Kevin mcelwain in here to testify one, I appreciate and thank you for your long services country, and in, particularly in particular at this moment, where we are grappling with so many issues, the aftermath of an unprecedented level of disasters hurricanes and fires in California hurricanes. And you know, obviously in the Gulf Coast, the disastrous that is occurring at the border right now. And if we could just a quick, put up our chart, I think we have our chart. Now, we have it on the chart, but we had an event in Ashcroft over the weekend that required a giveaway. So quick produced out of my factory some cups with that exact same chart below shows is how out of control this, this problem is in the first seven months of this year we have over three hundred. The total is actually three hundred twelve thousand individuals coming, either as over the border illegally being apprehended, either as unaccompanied child, or as part of a family unit, and I know these are not for public release yet, so they are initial numbers, but in the first three months of may, another, sixty five thousand unaccompanied children, but again, primarily coming in his family units, and we're apprehended at the border in between the ports of entry, and over ninety seven thousand total apprehensions. So we're on pass on breaking again from. I guess it was March one hundred three thousand I believe is April one hundred nine thousand one hundred six thousand and will be beyond that in may. So this is a growing problem. It needs to be taken seriously and it is what you and the men and women that you lied are grappling with. And, you know, just God bless you for doing it. I mean I mean, Also Saturday I know because I've been the border, we're gonna be going to the border with the ranking member and couple of senators later day. We know what you're what you're having to deal with. And it's it's an impossible task. So again, I appreciate your dedication, you wanted to serve and without turned over to ranking member. Trimming and. We appreciate you being here today. I'm going to defer on any of my opening comments. I know our time is limited. We have members that have a meeting coming up and I know you're on a hard stop as well. I know members of this committee to ask questions. So I will ask unanimous consent about my opening statement in the record without objection, Alaska. Senator Gary Peters of Michigan. That sounds good. We'll turn it over to you. Secretary does the tradition this committee to swear in witnesses. So fuel stand and raise your right hand. The testimony, you will give before this committee will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing. But the shoes help you got. Seated. The honorable Kevin machelandon is the acting secretary for the department of homeland security, and has been serving disposition since April two thousand nineteen prior to this appointment, Mr. McClean, and headed senior career at the US customs and border, protection where he recently served as a Commissioner CB since January two thousand seventeen in two thousand fifteen Mr. mcelwain received the presidential rank award, the nation's highest civil service, award heels, a bachelor degree from Amherst college. And a j d from the university of Chicago law school, Mr. mcelwain. Thank you. Mr Chairman, thank you ranking member Peters. Distinguished members of the committee, Senator Portman appreciate the opportunity to pure before you today. It is sincere honor to serve as acting secretary and represented dedicated men and women of the department of homeland security. I really do believe that has the most compelling mission and government to safeguard the American people, our homeland, and our values and as acting secretary, I intend to work with this committee, and I have been in the last six weeks and serve as an advocate for the department to ensure our people have the resources and thirties, they need to carry out their critical missions on behalf of the American people as we're highlighting the president's twenty twenty budget. I do want to point out a few of the key areas where there's critical investments across chest in the multi missions that we carry out, and I want to ensure this committee that we're not gonna lose any momentum on our multiple missions from cybersecurity to disaster response as we see what's happening this morning with the floods in Oklahoma. The tornado that touchdown, Missouri. I we're going to stay on top of all of these emission sets. And I do want to highlight some of the investments there in, of course, I will speak to the border security. Crisis committee is very focused on and understands very well. The president's budget request funding for critical missions across it department for our cybersecurity, and infrastructure security agency. The budget request one point three billion dollars to assess involving cybersecurity risks..

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on KTRH

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on KTRH

"And neither do we be. Glad to know. This is NewsRadio seven KTAR h six ten year in Houston's morning news. All right. Dominic. Lean American pie singer, not real happy with UCLA right now. By the way, American pie, as a very very very very very very just starting out young disc jockey that was my go-to song. When it's time to go to the bathroom say, what was it five minutes long, seven minutes on that. And and and the long version of Led Zeppelin stairway to heaven, I listen to it on road trips. When you got plenty of time, right? Anyway, Dom clean had a rather public squabble with his ex wife and in two thousand sixteen he pled guilty to six charges involving his next wife. He was convicted three domestic violence violent violence criminal threatening restraining criminal mischief. The other charges were dropped against him. This is all matter of public record. So he's a little more than miffed that they announced on Monday that they were going to give him the twenty nineteen George and IRA Gershwin award bestowed by the UCLA student alumni association and wrote some very laudable things about him. A couple of days later when they figured out what had happened in two thousand sixteen they rescinded it. Mr. McClean, basically wrote online. What are you a bunch of morons? Basically, this is a matter of public record. Why why would you offer this up and then take it back? Anyway, he's not the beginning the award and he's done happy. Six eleven time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught up on the drive once again lead Arnie's standing by with that looks like this problem on the east side of town on the Sam Houston is going to be an accident. Just past red bluff and traffic is backed up beyond Spencer highway now, so that's probably going to be about ten fifteen minutes to get through if you're trying to travel the inbound side of forty five Gulf freeway. We are now seeing delays from airport into Broadway's probably going to take you at least five minutes. And if you're trying to travel on the east Tex into the heart of the city, it started a little bit crowded tapping the brakes just slightly from I ten over toward forty five. Give yourself about three to five to get through there. Otherwise, we're starting a little bit crowded on forty five north freeway this morning that way to downtown up to twenty. I'm Joey hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center robot.

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11:18 min | 2 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Deployment of a system that when enable the scanning of one hundred percent of passenger vehicles entering the country in the past. This committee has maintained a strong physician of supporting one hundred percent scanning surp- when will this system the operation? Thank you, congressman. This is the application of the significant investment this committee made nineteen and supporting our non-intrusive inspection capability at ports of entry. You're absolutely right. We have a very small percentage of personally owned vehicles that were able to scan with existing deployments of technology less than two percent at the border. But it is our most effective tool in identifying those deep concealments of hard narcotics crossing ports of entry. So that we want to expand that dramatically. Kevin mecca lean and his US customs and border protection. Commissioner and acting homeland security secretary live coverage on C span radio WCS PFM Washington that two percents targeted the highest risk two percent of we think we need to get to a much higher number not being scanned with the investments that this committee is provided with thinking we can get there in about two and a half years to scan a twentyfold increase in crossings up to forty percent of personally owned vehicles, which would be. Dramatic change in our capability and allow us to target really all person on vehicles that we think might present a risk crossing as we continue to work with our trusted population at the border through the centuries system, and our other approaches to to manage risk. We'll also have our canines working pre-primary. We appreciate the committee's investment in the canine academy and providing different additional canine teams out to the border and really the partnership with our investigators is what we're going to need to continue to emphasize all of these efforts at the border. Our system is the biggest component and largest contingent of enforcement at the border. We need that backing whether it's from ERO for immigration enforcement or from HSI for investigations narcotic seizures, so like to continue talking with the committee about ensuring that we have adequate resources throughout the system to effect effectively prosecute. Resolve those seizures as well. Thank you, sir. Mr. McClean while leading customs and border protection you oversaw the innovative deployment of. Biometric technologies and specifically facial recognition technology to be congressional mandates for by metric exit as well. As funding opportunities to improve efficiency and affective -ness of your operations through these capabilities. These achievements have been important test beds for these technologies that can be utilized in other applications with both within and throughout the HFS. How do you foresee the development of facial recognition technology expanding in fiscal year, twenty twenty and beyond that for entry and exit at air land in seawater, sir? Thank you for that question in really, this is an area. I'm very excited about both in terms of increasing our security and making sure that we can address imposter threats of very importantly facilitating lawful travel into the country. We have a long-standing mandate from congress to conduct by metric exit of those departing the country for many years. It was very challenging to see how we can make that work within the existing airport infrastructure and within the existing process reporting, an international flight, what happened with partial Vanessa tea, and we had the question about research and development, and how we buy potential innovations earlier with and t we're able to test every available by metric technology on the market in a test bedside out here in Maryland determined that facial recognition was the easiest to use. And with the increased accuracy of comparison was going to be effective for our knees on by metric exit as we started to deploy that in airports, and we saw benefits we've seen air carriers board in eight hundred eighty. In less than half the time because pastors were able to use self service gates as they board that aircraft. We saw that we can turn that around and use it on inbound as well. So we are deploying facial recognition now at our major terminals on inbounded decided in Miami last month, just making the process so much more efficient, right benefiting imposters, and we're going to be able to to really facilitate that lawful travel and a greatly increased manner. So we're looking at ninety seven percent of outbound air travel for environmental exit in a four year period. So that'll be by twenty twenty two. And then at the same time as we partner with airports to put that in place for outbound. We're also adding it as a simplified entry option so that we can increase for those inbound arriving international passengers, well, it's something I'm very excited about partying with TSA. She also going to be able to help enable increase procedures at checkpoints of for security and facilitation as well. And and that's something that with the acting deputy secretary, David kospi, we're going to be working on to increase the efficiency of the overall system. Thank you, sir Ventura you'll back. Declare that you Madam chair, Mr. secretary. I forgot to mention this is at the very beginning. I really appreciate it. The trip that you did down to the valley. Where you found some balance going down there because most secretaries you just go and talk to law enforcement and won't talk to the public won't talk to anybody. So I appreciate the balance at you. Especially the humanitarian aspect of it when you met with sister Norma and other folks, I appreciate that balance. And I was there a few days after you were there, and I told him I have a lot of faith in the work that you have done, and we'll be doing also a couple of things I would ask you to follow up on the stark county, as you know, we add it language that would ask for some input. So it looks like coincidence that y'all had the eight miles that job. We're looking at what we would get input from the local communities, and I believe the stark county people came up here and met with your office and even the Laredo folks came up, and there's willing to do this. And what did you all do in stark county it said instead of eight miles. We're gonna get rid of four miles at happens to be that those four miles within the city limits were the language supplies. So it's looks like somebody's trying to circumvent the legislative language. So we added that was very simple input might be a coincidence. But I would ask you to take a look at that number one. Because I mean, nothing wrong to get local input as to the design or the alignment of the infrastructure. Then the other thing is I was in Mexico City with folks from PLO office waste of means were there on labor reform what the Senate and they just pass it yesterday. And I just happened to be with Donna thile yen, which I think, you know, he's the head of the Mexican migration institute, and it just happened to be at that time one thousand three hundred roughly mainly Cuban prisoners had escaped of he and I spoke, and I'll be very straightforward. What I told him. I said, I think those folks that escape. Should be reported VP as people that violated the wall down there in Mexico, and that should be taken consideration. When they ask for asylum of my personal opinion on that. But I told them they should contact homeland on that. The reason I'm bringing all this up is because I think we need to give Mexico a little bit more credit to what they're doing down there. Any work or any Hilda that you can give them because they don't want to be seen as doing America's dirty work to be quite honest. But there were trying to do their plight in talking to him and talking to the chief of staff for the president. Romo and other folks, they are hoping that they can they taint and return six hundred to eight hundred people a day, Texas. Democrat Henry clay on WCBS PFM, Washington. Let's say eight hundred people those are eight hundred people day that would be coming to the US. That's about twenty four thousand individuals a month. Avai continued to do the work. So I do want to see how we can help them. In the humanitarian area biometrics and the southern border with Guatemala ask you to do everything you can because again, we have to give Mexico the credit that they're doing. And unfortunately, some people don't do that. But I think you understand the work that they're doing. So I would ask you one is the. Language that we added installed county and make sure there's no circumvention and number two is what can we do to help the Mexican some other way I've invited. Mr Jan and other folks that want to come here and twenty show you're going to meet with them. And I asked him if they can meet what some of the folks at the capitol and again, thank you for bringing that balance of the border. I'm very appreciative of meeting with Norman sister normal. I'd very much enjoyed meeting with the marriage, and we Randy valley as well as as sister Norman, telling some of our NGO partners on humanitarian mission. That's that's essential absolutely will follow the proof of the law on the wall in the consultation with local communities, especially in Starr county. We'll get back to you on any any concerns on circumvention of that you mentioned our partnership with Mexico. We can't we can't manage a regional phenomenon without a close partnership with really the main transit country now in Mexico, historically, they were source country migration out. Now, they're primarily a transit country and. Sometimes the destination country. So that's a big change in terms of their policy approach. I've met with two hundred two gin NAMI several times already in his tenure as well. As his boss secretary Sanchez, and we're gonna continue that partnership sixty six hundred eight hundred interdictions repatriations on the Mexican southern border is an important step. I do give them credit that is about twenty five to thirty three percent of the crossings that we're seeing daily from Central America in really what we're encouraging is addressing the smuggling organizations that are that are preying on on families and children, and that, and that's something that I think we have close policy alignment between this administration and the Mexican administration, we do not want people to be paying smugglers. We do not want people to be in dangerous situations trying to head to our border. And I think that's an area we're gonna continue to partner closely with Mexico on. Thank you. This is she's been radio programming from Tuesday. I. Thank you Madam chair. This is secretary. I want to go back to the hiring challenges that the department faces because that's just part of it. After you hire them, then you have to train them. And I read an. One of the inspector general's reports that a lack of funding for trading facilities is actually had some. Negative impact on the ability to train particularly to the. Scenario based training that you're wanting to move to. And I support that one hundred percent. In fact, I have in my district in in Saint Augustine, Florida your air and marine training center. And and.

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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Everyone saying across the continent across the world that Nathan MacKinnon has been the best player in these Stanley Cup playoffs that play right there didn't connect. But you can see exactly why Eric Johnson elect why kick just one of the follow up attempts in coal is blocked GT copper weights. And yet it was held that momentarily. Mike Schmidt was without a goal stick. And now. Just grown down to the ice by Travis hammock. Many wanting nothing that was. Just completely attacked by Travis Aminat grew took them throw down to the ice MC to Hans. Amick. Did that a bunch in game number four? And in fact in game three as well. The NO gets up didn't exactly give an extra tempt or anything on Mike Smith. Skater the corner and hammock. Out of frustration. I assume because he's down to nothing. Thanks matignon. Throws him down to the ice is no roughing call with two forty nine to go in the first period. Shots are twelve eight in favor of the avalanche. They also have a to nothing lead face up one by the plane's on hand will do the honors hamic not in the penalty box will play around intercepted the point by Ian, call yet. Let's fly John is tipped white. Now JT convert gets loose puck nearside circle wall. Johnson was never not financial dip it down. Back on the dick of meadow back to the point and close with kicking free somehow play down to the corner falls right Fernando Parsi the wall after point goal lines and choirs took on the way through rebound. Attention conference flying heaven and claims game control a played up the wall by Colorado. Smother in the neutral zone, despite the fact that in a given breakaways in his billion from Johnny Gujral missed on a penalty shot and Mr. McClean breakway again Johnson float on road on Smith. Plate involving to bury generic name Johnson. And smith. As Ryan trying to get involved in that conversation bloated Ford congress flames car. Not a generic. We'll get a core. 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Being challenged center on Monte, skim together, tempers flare just for a moment and everyone resolve their issues and gets ready to take pace off inside the avalanche zone. The are fourteen eights in favor of the avalanche. They also have to nothing lead here. Number one game five here in Calgary. And you're with us again. However, you're listening wherever you're listening from from Prudhoe bay. Lexi, Mississippi to McMurdo station in Antarctica. We know that listening all over the world radio network have artifacts. Scott ahead now McKinnon born him by Brody had now fan of Johnson to death gender. What and ahead by the plane's incl- has to go back to own retrieve when he five seconds left again peels away to head for reaching for knocked away from him by jeered. Donna. Two now on good throw on blue line. Joan will spend it in from center ice off of that goal. Doc the points kept by fan benefa- centering feed got score. 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"mr mcclean" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:23 min | 3 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On the mall. Mary Walter Vince Collines joining us now Mark Krikorian, executive director of the center for immigration studies regular here on mornings on them. All Mark morning. Good morning. We gotta talk about what's going on with DHS. It's just one after the next after the next you just we just had the acting director of ice, Ron video resigned. I he had originally been nominated a takeover that post permanently. But then that last week the president uphold that nomination because he said he wanted to go in a tougher direction. So we we have we have Kirstin Nielsen. We have a run video secret service director Randolph text techs ales and deputy homeland security secretary Clare Grady, all in in shakeup going, but you see a lot of DHS who's going to take over the position. That's a good question for secretary, at least for acting purposes. They've moved up heaven Macalinsan who was head of CV p which is the border part of homeland security. They deal not just with the border patrol. But with the guys at the ports of entry. You know, who the inspection guys airports all of that? So he's moved up to be acting secretary. And somebody asked the president. So are you going to nominate him to be the permanent guy and Trump said something like who'd be so to me that means that Mr. McClean and his is kind of auditioning for the job as the acting secretary. So I think the White House is sort of putting them there. And then saying look if you produce some result, then will nominate you for the job. Well, it seems someone else's additioning for the job. Here's crisco Bach. I'm sorry. President have respect for them. But I haven't really thought about that. I'm very happy right now with Kevin I'm sorry. That was the president answering the question about crisco because a lot of people were saying that he had been auditioning because he was he was asked on Fox News about you know, what are you looking for a he he had all his answers Bom Bom Bom as if he were addition for the job. I would do this did this would this. What do you think about him as a replacement for DHS secretary would be perfectly plausible secretary very very knowledgeable about immigration. He was considered for it early. You know at the beginning of the administration during the transition. He's a professor he's you know, Harvard, Yale Oxford. He knows the immigration vol inside out. So he's entirely possible. He's somebody they could nominate. But from what from what the president has been saying, it sounds like at least for now Macarena, and basically it's like I said auditioning for the job, and if he doesn't produce. Results. I think then the White House is gonna look at who else. They might actually nominate to be the permanent person and Kobe entirely possible. Somebody could name another possibility would be Steve mccraw who was head of Texas's basically Texas's own homeland security department, and he's had real operational experience dealing with order enforcement, or what have you so for now, I think its Macarena until the White House decides whether or not he's produced results, and I just wanna clear because we've got CDP we've got is. You've got DHS, and we also have USCIS director there Lea Francis Sista and the head of policy and strategy end general counsel all also reportedly due to resign. You got a lot of openings, and I know we're kind of bouncing around. But the point is there are a lot of openings DHS that it looks like the entire organization is being being rebuilt. That's my question. What about Lee Francis says no the guy who runs? Citizenship and immigration services. Because there's some concerns supposedly reportedly that he is not moving fast enough on processing asylum claims. He's just not a go getter on the things that the president wants is that true. What do you think about that? No. That's not true. The my fear is that the president's frustration genuine and legitimate frustration with what's going on at the is going to lead to throwing the baby out with the bathwater. USCIS that part of homeland security that does the green cards and citizenship. And what have you Francis system is the director he is irreplaceable in that job? The fact is he has a depth and breadth of knowledge of USC of the agency of hill experience that I mean, there's no one else who can do that job. He's one of the rare Trump appointees who not only agrees with the president's agenda actually knows what he's doing. And so like I said getting rid of him. When there are there is. Talk of that. Although it hasn't happened yet is really is kind of cutting your nose off spite your face sort this out though. Because if you say, he's a good guy. Chances are anybody who's hawkish administration on immigrations say the same thing, why is anyone trying to force is now in your view. I don't know. I mean, I think it is like I said, it's almost kind of an irrational unrealistic demands for what can be expected from an agency like USCIS that actually is populated with people who don't agree with Trump's agenda. This is the part of the immigration service. The old I n s that was the services part the smiley happy face part, where they got the giveaway things that's kind of the culture over there in changing corporate culture is not something you can do overnight has been doing yeoman's work over there. And you know, I think the White House is like I said legitimately frustrated about the whole thing and kind of lashing out indiscriminately, and that's my deigned meth, my fear is that they're going to be getting rid of people like Nielsen who really needed to go. Oh, but at the same time getting rid of some people who departure will actually leave the agency worse-off. Yeah. It's an interesting one. And we'll keep tracking. It your perspective on duly noted. I wonder what you think of the New York Times declaring this morning. I don't know if you've seen this. But the lead on the New York Times, basically declaring that we have reached a complete breaking point at the border at the immigration system has quote now failed. It's a big deal for the near times to be saying that. But of course, they blamed Trump for threatening to handle borders cured by safe closing the border, and they say that that's induced a lot more immigration. What do you make of all this? I mean, first of all the fact that the New York Times finally noticed means that it must be real the new the immigration system is in fact, falling apart the immigration control part, especially at the border. But the idea that somehow Trump's fault is I'm not even sure tap Shire's. The audacity of a claim like that fact is this has been growing this disaster at the border has been growing since probably twenty twelve you'd became a after Obama declared, DACA. That's really what kicked it off. This flow of people bringing kids which means they're automatically released into the country in twenty fourteen at exploded into the news. Obama is administration. Really did take a few steps. Then numbers went down a little twenty seventeen started going back up again twenty fifteen number started going back up again until Trump was nominated his rhetoric scared people off temporarily numbers went down. Now, they just going back up. This is a trend that's been going on for probably seven years. And it's just reached a crisis point the idea that Trump is somehow the responsibility for this. I mean, it takes gall to be able to say that with a straight face Mark, very. Quickly, the president diminish ration-. We really think they listen a lot to this show because most of our frequent guests somehow wind up in the administration. So we're just curious. I couldn't get nominated dogcatcher. I mean when you have a Trump when you have a Twitter account Mark s Krikorian, by the way, where you're constantly turning out snark and sarcasm, oh, I can imagine what the Senate hearings. Imagine that I think that'd be fun. Well, if you decide to take the job, we will not that we won't be set with you. That's okay. We understand come back to the show. I promise. Okay. Good. Thank you for joining us. Appreciate and have a great day. You're listening to the best of mornings on the mall. One. 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"mr mcclean" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:29 min | 3 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Univision channel there. You can also subscribe to the universe and listen every day at eight PM east coast time five PM to generally Shimo playing what I don't get through. I I put together thirty one cuts today. Thirty-one cuts of audio. I will not get through them generally will throughout it. Because the lead story of the day is that the president fired his secretary of department of homeland security, and whether or not that was a firing or resignation. We turn to Robert Costa of the Washington Post to answer for us. You can follow Robert at cost reports. He of course, is the Washington Post is the host of Washington week in review every Friday night, and my colleague, NBC and MSNBC. Good morning. Robert. How are you? Great to be with you, Hugh what happened yesterday? The president called secretary Nielsen into his office at the White House, and he expressed his frustration with her record. It's interesting, Hugh that she has repaired her relationship on a personal front with President Trump in recent months after years of tension, especially when John Kelly was chief of staff, but on policy, she's lost her standing because of the migrant surge and the president's frustration boiled over he asked for her resignation. She accepted that decision now when he discussed it with their what is your reporting on the tenor of the meeting was it professional or was it explosive. What President Trump most meetings can be testy in have different tangents. But based on my conversations with White House officials and top Republicans. They say the president's frustration was known to her. She is dealt with it in previous meetings. So that was unsafe rising timing in the suddenness of the resignation. Request was surprising to her. But she saw this coming President Trump saw this coming. All right now, tell me a little bit about Mr. Kevin McAfee, lean and Robert cost. I've never met him. I've never seen him. I've never heard a word spoken by him. But I know, and I would expect Democrats this as well he served under President Obama as the current Commissioner of US customs and border protection. He has served under President Trump. So he is he's well liked on both sides of the hill. What's your reporting about him? This is someone who President Trump is looking for to have more of a hard line with all the migrant surges, and he is someone who has in some respects earned the president's favor because of the way he's tried to counter the migrant surgeon to to be hard line at the border. He was someone who. He was appointed by President Bush as you said, so he and he was supported during the Obama administration by officials there, but this is not someone who's likely to be the permanent replacement. The White House is currently looking for more conservative ideological Republican types fill fill that role. Now Howard Mortensen has posted a C-SPAN clip that Jake tapper retweeted our border patrol stations and ports of entry were built to handle mostly male single adults in custody, not families or children blamed smugglers for the increase in illegal crossings, call the situation of border security and humanitarian crisis that was from April eighth twenty nineteen where Mr. McClean was testifying before congress that seems to me to be fair that seems to me to be right that seems to me to be the way to approach this. But I think Robert is unfortunately, become so politicized. Then we can talk about the border without going to their respective redder. Blue corners. And it's going to be the key issue. One of the key issues for twenty twenty s the migrant search likely continues people coming up from Central America. President Trump in the White House are frustrated with what's happening at the border at the same time. They think this is galvanized an issue for them, politically, they're of course, trying to offset this migrant insane. They're address it. But they also look at the Democratic Party. And they wonder what is their answer going to be about the migrant surge in President Trump's hardline may not be liked by some people in the center in on the left. But I think it could be sending that still gives them a political booze. Andrew Sullivan had an interesting essay about this over the weekend. Right. That the Democrats in his view be maybe two left on immigration that let me talk a little bit with you about yesterday. Meet the press. I know you watch because you tweeted, congratulations. Thank you. Thank you. But the the real reason to watch it was mayor Pete was on Mitt Romney was on Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman. We're not a header mcgee's always fun to work with and I'm glad to but and Jake have a book out the hill to die on. Which details that the president got pretty close to an immigration deal before the consensus during the breaks is that there is no deal. Here. I'm told Jared Kushner is working on a deal. It seems to me we need a deal Mitt Romney said that is there something out there, Robert Costa that everyone can come together because this is a human humanitarian disasters wells a national security threat. If you would ask me that question a month ago. My sources would have said that there was no political capital out there with President Trump as his twenty twenty races kicking up just to cut a deal with the Democrats and immigration. Crisis in a migrant surge. There is talk now on Capitol Hill. Could there be something that's meal to try to maybe I institute some new rules gives them more money to the border because you also had some pressure here from the Democrats who don't want to have the president only acted with executive authority. They wanna see congress gets back some of the appropriating duties to have a hand in this. And they they're little disturbed by the president's use of executive power on immigration issues. So you could see an impetus for a deal, but again speaker Pelosi and President Trump at the end of the day have to come together. You know, it's interesting that the national emergency law nineteen seventy six which was overturned by the congress vetoed in its overturning by the president. And they can't override the veto that all actually backs up his constitutional argument that he has the authority to do this. They were so close and the problem was at dick Durbin at one point of saying, let's let's get this done. The problem is that they said no wall and it collapsed where they need to go bigger. I mean, they just got to go bigger and solve it all Robert costs there. There is a. A solution. Here has been saying this for years, they got close in two thousand and six giancana. I've talked about it. They went too far on the path to citizenship making it too, easy and too automatic. But they were that close can they and Jared Kushner got the prison reform Bill over the line. What do you think is chances are getting something done here limited? We're in election season right now prison reform, it's been a long time BI partisan issue immigration only happens to be the most inflammatory divisive issue in the political spectrum. So Jared Kushner's ability to cut a deal here. It'd be an uphill climb. Senator grand you mentioned east the one person here who maybe because of his experience in the institution his relationships on both sides, especially his relationship with President Trump could be someone to pull pull it together. But so far. The president's rhetoric is so tough. And the Democrats are facing a lot of political headwinds under inside it's hard to see anything, but a small deal not come kind of comprehensive deal. Okay. I'm just hoping that you're wrong. Let's turn very quickly to the Democrats Bernie Sanders yesterday in Iowa cut number fifteen talking about who gets the vote while they're in prison. Got two million people in jail in this country.

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Thirty-one cuts of audio. I will not get through them generally will throughout because the lead story of the day is that the president fired is secretary of department of homeland security and whether or not that was a firing resignation. We turn to Robert Costa of the Washington Post to answer for us. You can follow Robert at cost reports. Of course is the Washington Post is the host of Washington week in review every Friday night, and my colleague NBC and MSNBC. Good morning. Robert. How are you? Great giddy with you, Hugh what happened yesterday. The president called secretary Nielsen into his office at the White House, and he expressed his frustration with her record. It's interesting, Hugh that she has repaired her relationship on a personal front with President Trump in recent months after years of tension, especially when John Kelly was chief of staff, but on policy, she's lost her standing because of the migrant surge and the president's frustration boiled over he asks for her resignation accepted that decision now when he discussed it with their what is your reporting on the tenor of the meeting was it professional or was it explosive. What President Trump most meetings can be testy in have different tangents. But based on my conversations with White House officials and top Republicans. They say the president's frustration was known to her. She is still wanted in previous meetings. So that was unsafe rising timing in the suddenness of the resignation. Request was surprising to her. But she saw this coming President Trump saw this coming tell me a little bit about Mr. Kevin McAfee, lean and Robert cost. I've never met him. I've never seen him. I've never heard a word spoken by him. But I note, and I would expect Democrats note this as well he served under President Obama as the current Commissioner of US customs and border protection. He has served under President Trump. So he is he's well liked on both sides of the hill. What your reporting about him? This is who President Trump is looking for to have more of a hard line with all the migrants surges. And he is someone who has in some respects earned the president's favor because of the way he's tried to counter the migrant surge into to be hard line at the border. He was someone who. He was appointed by President Bush as you said so and he was supported during the Obama administration officials there, but this is not someone who's likely to be the permanent replacement. The White House is currently looking for more conservative ideological Republican types of fill that role. Now Howard Morton has posted a C-SPAN clip that Jake tapper retweeted our border patrol stations and ports of entry were built to handle mostly male single adults in custody, not families or children blamed smugglers for the increase illegal crossings, call the situation of border security and humanitarian crisis that was from April eighth twenty nineteen where Mr. McClean was testifying before congress that seems to me to be fair that seems to me to be right that seems to me to be the way to approach this. But I think Robert is unfortunately, become as so politicized though and can talk about the border without going to their respective redder. Blue corners. And it's going to be the key issue. One of the key issues for twenty twenty s the migrant search likely continues people coming up from Central America. President Trump in the White House are prostrate with what's happening at the border at the same time. They think this galvanize an issue for them, politically, they're of course, trying to offset this migrants saying their address it. They also look at the Democratic Party. And they wonder what is their answer going to be about the migrant surge and President Trump's hard line may not be liked by some people in the center on the left for they think it could be sending that still gives them a political booze. Celebrate had an interesting essay about this over the weekend rice, the Democrats B maybe two left on immigration that let me talk a little bit with you about yesterday's meet the press. I know you watched because you tweeted, congratulations. Thank you. Thank you. But other the real reason to watch. It was mayor Pete was on mitt round news on an Anna. Palmer and Jake Sherman. We're not a header mcgee's always fun to work with and I'm glad to but and Jake have a book out the hill to die on which details that the president got pretty close to an immigration deal before the consensus during the breaks is that there is no deal. Here. I'm told Jared Kushner is working on a deal. It seems to me we need a deal Mitt Romney said that is there something out there Robert costed that everyone can come together because this is a human humanitarian disasters wells a national security threat. If you would ask me that question a month ago. My sources would have said that there was no political capital out there with President Trump as twenty twenty races keeping up just to cut a deal with the Democrats immigration yet. Because it's the my crisis in a migrant surge there is talk now on Capitol Hill. Could there be something that piecemeal to try to maybe institute, some new rules gives them more money to the border because you also had some pressure here from the Democrats don't wanna have the president only acting with executive authority. They wanna see congress get back some of the appropriating duties to have a hand in this. And they they're little disturbed by the president's use of executive power on the immigration issues. You could see an impetus for a deal, but again speaker Pelosi and President Trump at the end of the day have to come together. You know, it's interesting that the national -mergency law nineteen seventy six which was overturned by the congress and vetoed in its overturning by the president. And they can't override the veto that all actually backs up his constitutional argument that he has the authority to do this. They were so close and the problem was at dick Durbin at one point saying, let's let's get this done. The problem is that they said no wall and it collapsed where they need to go bigger. I mean, they just got to go bigger and solve it all Robert costs. There. There is a solution. Saying this for years, they got close in two thousand and six John county. I've talked about it. They went too far on the path to citizenship making it too, easy and too automatic. But they were that close can they enjoy Kushner got the prison reform Bill over the line. What do you think is chances are getting something done here limited? We're in election season right now prison reform has been a longtime BI partisan issue immigration only happens to be the most and Tori divisive issue in the political spectrum. So Jared Kushner ability to cut a deal here. It's being uphill climb. Senator grant, you mentioned the one person here who maybe because of his experience in the institutions. Relationship on both sides, especially relationship with President Trump could be someone to pull it together. But so far. The president's rhetoric is so tough and the Democrats are facing a lot of political headwinds under own side. It's hard to see anything, but a small deal not come kind of comprehensive deal. Okay. I'm just hoping that you're wrong. Let's turn very quickly to the Democrats Bernie Sanders yesterday in Iowa cut number fifteen talking about who gets the vote while they're in prison. Two million people in jail in this country and number of them in jail fulfilling his many states say okay with putting you away for long periods of time. You're gonna pay a heavy price for that. But also taking away your right to participate in a democratic.

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Inclined on the Univision channel there. You can also subscribe to the universe and listen every day, eight PM east coast time five PM to generally Shimao playing what I don't get through. I I put together thirty one cuts today. Thirty-one cuts of audio. I will not get through them generally Shimon will throughout it. Because the lead story of the day is that the president fired his secretary of department of homeland security, and whether or not that was a firing or resignation. We turn to Robert Costa of the Washington Post to answer for us. You can follow Robert at cost reports. He of course, is the Washington Post is the host of Washington week in review every Friday night, and my colleague, NBC and MSNBC. Good morning. Robert. How are you? Great. Did he with you, Hugh what happened yesterday? The president called secretary Nielsen into his office at the White House, and he expressed his frustration with her record. It's interesting you that she has repaired her relationship on a personal front with President Trump in recent months after years of tension, especially when John Kelly was chief of staff, but on policy, she's lost her standing because of the migrants surge and the president's frustration boiled over he asked for her resignation. She accepted that decision now when he discussed it with their what is your reporting on the tenor of the meeting was it professional or was it explosive. What President Trump most meetings can be testy in have different tangents. But based on my conversations with White House officials and top Republicans. They say the president's frustration was known to her. She is dealt with it in previous meetings. So that was on surprising are the timing in the in the suddenness of the resignation. Request was surprising to her. But she saw this coming President Trump. Saw this coming right now. Tell me a little bit about Mr. Kevin Mackel, lean Robert cost. I've never met him. I've never seen him. I've never heard a word spoken by him. But I know, and I would expect Democrats this is well he served under President Obama as the current Commissioner of US customs and border protection. He has served under President Trump. So he is he's well liked on both sides of the hill. What's your reporting about him? This is someone who President Trump is looking forward to have more of a hard line with all the migrant surges, and he is someone who has in some respects earned the president's favor because of the way he's tried to counter the migrant urge to be hard line at the border. He was someone who. He was appointed by President Bush as you said so and he was supported during the Obama administration by ficials there. But this is not someone who's likely to be the permanent replacement. The White House is currently looking for more conservative ideological Republican types of fill fill that role. Now howard. Morton has posted a C span clip that Jake tapper retweeted our border patrol stations and ports of entry were built the handle mostly male single adults in custody, not families or children blamed smugglers for the increase in illegal crossings, call the situation of border security and humanitarian crisis that was from April eighth twenty nineteen where Mr. McClean was testifying before congress that seems to me to be fair that seems to me to be right that seems to me to be the way to approach this. But I think Robert is unfortunately, become so politicized. Then we can talk about the border without going to their respective redder. Blue corners. And it's going to be the key issue. One of the key issues for twenty twenty s the migrant search likely continues people coming up from Central America. President Trump in the White House are frustrated with what's happening at the border at the same time. They think this is a galvanized an issue for them, politically, they're of course, trying to offset this migrants insane their address it. They also look at the Democratic Party. And they wonder what is their answer going to be about the migrant surge. President Trump's hardline may not be liked by some people in the center and on the left, but I think he could be sending that still gives them a political booze. Andrew Sullivan had an interesting about this over the weekend writes your bed, the Democrats, maybe two left on immigration that let me talk a little bit with you about yesterday's meet the press. I know you watch because you tweeted, congratulations. Thank you. Thank you. But other the real reason to watch it was mayor Pete was on MetroNews on Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman were not mcgee's always fun to work with and I'm glad to but Anna and Jake have a book out the hill to die on which details that the president got pretty close to an immigration deal before the consensus during the breaks is that there is no deal. Here. I'm told Jared Kushner is working on a deal. It seems to me we need a deal Mitt Romney said that is there something out there Robert costed that everyone can come together because this is an a human humanitarian disasters wells a national security threat. If you would ask me that question a month ago. My sources would have said that there was no political capital out there with President Trump as as twenty twenty races kicking up just to cut a deal with the Democrats and immigration yet because it's the migrant crisis and a migrant surge there is talk now on Capitol Hill. Could there be something that peak meal to try to maybe institute, some new rules gives them more money to the border because you also have some pressure here from the Democrats who don't want to have the president only acting with executive authority. They wanna see congress get back some of the appropriating duties to have a hand in this. And they they're little disturbed by the president's use of executive power on immigration issue. So he could see an impetus for a deal, but again speaker Pelosi and President Trump at the end of they have to come together. You know, it's interesting that the national emergency law nineteen seventy six which was overturned by the congress and vetoed in its overturning by the president. And they can't override the veto that all actually backs up his constitutional argument that he has the authority to do this. They were so close and the problem was at dick Durbin at one point saying, let's let's get this done. The problem is that they said no wall and it collapsed where they need to go bigger. They gotta go bigger and solve it all Robert costs. There is a solution saying this for years, they got close in two thousand and six John count. I talked about it. They went too far on the path to citizenship..

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"mr mcclean" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:15 min | 3 years ago

"mr mcclean" Discussed on 600 WREC

"On this Sunday night. Gary Jeff Walker honored an unbelievably a part of this stages. Coast to coast broadcast, the great American usually occupies in this airspace. But it is a wonderful pleasure to be with you. And as I said an honor I about our host. And I'm sure he is a dress. This I knew he has in his local radio programming last Thursday. Bill Cunningham, underwent a successful heart valve operation on Thursday. The implanted a cow valve in his heart went up through his arteries in his legs. And it was successful. And he's doing great. And I trust in fully expect him to be back with you next Sunday night in the interim. I'm here. Don't throw spit wads at me like the substitute teacher. I am and we'll get through this together. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven among the big news stories of the day was of course, the sudden some people say not so sudden resignation of Christian Nielsen as the head of the department of homeland security she's being replaced. The acting personnel is a man named Kevin McLean. An who previously was they had of customs border patrol, and it comes to the security of our country. Specifically along the southern border and all of the immigration fights debates and conversation, we've had in this country, you want someone who is acutely aware of what the real problems aren't our southern border. And I would say that Mr. McClean in definitely qualifies in that particular state Christian Nielsen, the writing's kind of being on the wall for a long time with her it was rumored. She was going to be fired last year or asked to step down. Today was the day the president, obviously frustrated with the fact that on our southern border. We have the continuing and increasing issue with family units coming across young unaccompanied minors and the like, and whether it's Christian Nielsen's problem or not. She was the person in charge of protecting our homeland security. And is there a greater crisis to our homeland security is that ISIS caliphate all the defeated in Syria and a rock. Terrorism radical Islamic terrorism always an issue, but the problem is not all of the people who are flooding across our southern border or from Honduras or quantum Allah, or El Salvador or Nicaragua for that matter. Some of them are coming. From other parts of the world. And if you don't properly vet them and know who they are than at that increases the chance that we're we're letting Slavic terrorist move right across our southern border in places that are not ports of entry your phone calls. Always welcome on this program. Glad to be with you. And the topic of the day. Obviously was the sudden. And again, some people say not so sudden resignation of Christian Nielsen as the director of homeland security. Let's go to Edward and Chicago. I off the top, Ed. Good evening. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. How are you? Yeah. Good evening. Well, I think what we need to be doing is. I think we should have done like special operations against the cartels. And we don't need to be releasing these people like in in Albuquerque and San Diego, I need we need to send these people back, and we need to go after these remittances to well. If you're talking about special ops in dealing with the cartels. Are you talking about more foreign intervention by our military? Sure. I mean, this is a threat to our national security. Why not well when people I think the president should impose tariffs he should. He shouldn't be. Like, they'll well, we'll give you a year to get to know do a bowel. He gave him on your warning Mexico or imposing a twenty five percent tariff on automobiles made in Mexico and shipped across our border. You're correct. You should do you think the green light should be flashed right now or the the red light and say, okay, we're going to stop this right now. Do you think there's a possibility the president? Well, he's, you know, gone backwards on closing the border down immediately. And he's talking about imposing these tariffs with a one year warning. That's that's the longest two minute warning in in the history of international games. But do you think that part of what the president is doing is forcing congress to finally act? But they're not going to blink. Because. Be because Trump. No, they're not gonna because it's Trump. That's the only we have never Trumpers. So they're in alliance with the House Democrats. So there you go. I agree. I thank you very much. Let's go to Chris in West, Chester, Ohio. How you doing Chris? How're you doing my friend? I'm will. You know, she got issues and she started though, right? Right. Well, you know, she ascended to this post after John Kelly was named chief of staff because she was he wants his chief of staff, and so the next step in the alignment because she'd been in the administration, and she dealt with some of these issues on a kind of like a background issue. They elevated to this post, but isn't it better? When we're talking about our nation's homeland security with the biggest crisis to our national sovereignty and the citizen citizen safety is along our southern border have someone from customs and border patrol be-, the head of DHS, or at least the acting head is he is now. Of course, that's why they won't do it. Aren't they do do it don't somehow supplement his job door? He doesn't even able to perform his tasks to the bullets. It's weird. I mean, you have to look at some of the family charged of the FMCSA somebody's never driven before right now. I mean, you have to. That's our government works out. But it's it's it's crazy because when you want a news other chatting out. It's really a crisis, and they came up with a stat about you know, what she got on their disciplines resignation. You said, you know, we're gonna be cutting back to Mexico and all that stuff because we don't want to use the payment on entry. Well, you know, forty three thousand of the forty three thousand sexy such last couple of months or whatever ninety percent of them have their court date. I'm like. Ten. Ten percent. A point three thousand three hundred that we have no idea they are where they are what they're doing came from you. One. You know, a billion people come through if we let one ten through bad one bad. We can do a lot of damage. Not that big a big deal and. But. Four. These people that are talking by gated community. We'll certainly I mean, Nancy Pelosi, and and her ilk and not just a point the finger at her. But they they live in homes with walls around them for a reason with good security for a reason, they are they are the ivory tower elite. And of course, they're not concerned about what is truly a humanitarian crisis and sovereignty crisis at our southern border. But this is not the first time that someone's been elevated to a position, and they just didn't fit or their skill set wasn't up to the task in a changing environment. And I think Christian Nielsen is is a great example of that it happened with the director Brown FEMA at the in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina when President Bush said brownies doing a great job. Well, apparently, brownie wasn't doing a great job. And and generally kick everybody got stuff taking care of. Right. Exactly. And I think President Trump is loyal to a fault at times. But when somebody is not doing the job it is his job to find someone who will. And that's how that's that's how we operate as a builder as an executive as a company owner. That's how he operates as the chief executive officer of the United States of America. If someone's not up to the task and can't zig zags, then you gotta find somebody who can follow and, you know, lay down the right cards. They have to be able to perform those tax without a bunch of red, cave and your credit. ESPN on no matter. Julia point, Dan, they're gonna do everything they can to make his job harder. More difficult me never gonna just try everything. And anything you make his job at yourself. Typical even Quinn. He's not able to perform the job that he was hired to do. And. I mean, not every president who got us what what by opposing how the fact that is part of our history when I never seen it this level before he's not e one I've never seen them. Just go after being mentally and China blocking anything and everything that he does not saying he doesn't say of balancing crazy at times. But whenever he do stuffy good fulfill a campaign promise, they just do anything. In the sky and throw them out in state would do it because opposite can wait. It's a way to get in his way by Chris that at least in the history of mine, but I can remember the Pat came president. I I'd never seen that they just so vicious with this man because he wanted a Chris I agree with you wholeheartedly. Thanks for the phone call again, the number one eight six six six four seven seven three three seven from anywhere around the nation. If you're listening on a Sunday night. The Bill Cunningham show is on the air. I'm Gary Jeff Walker in for Willie and he shall return in in better shape than he left. You very very soon. Let's go to Jim in Illinois. Hello, jim. How are you? Good. How are you? I'm well. Thank you. That's kind of wanted to call them. Give people a little local data about the smell of case. Yeah. What's what's new? Well, you know, what's happening is a Jesse Jackson and all around here. Trying to circle of happened to protect the state's attorney flat. Because all the local police in play death, apple P of Chicago. But all the local police chiefs of all the suburbs within Cook County have all basically said that Neil conflicted and doing her job because she's leading a lot of people up all these crimes. It's not just as case. But this kind of like the tipping point. I think that was part of the Genesis of all this, right? So it's funny because all these guys live in high crime areas trying to protect somebody that's gonna let crime to occur even the new even the new female socialist, mayor of Chicago has questioned Kim FOX's job in this. She has. She's mayor elect she won't start until may tenth. All right. But anyway, she's spoken out because she sees the political writing on the wall. This is not a good look for Cook County. It's not a good look for the Justice system in the state of Illinois. And Chicago, particularly it's not a good look in general because people all around the country while you talk about Jesse Jackson, and all of those particular folks rallying around Kim, FOX people around.

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